2020. Khalighinejad, Nima, Garrett, Neil, Priestley, Luke, Lockwood, Patricia, and Rushworth, Matthew FS. The decision that it is worth doing something rather than nothing is a core yet understudied feature of voluntary behaviour. Here we study “willing... Nature Communications. University of Oxford.
2020. Hawes, Joseph, Vieira, Ima, Magnago, Luiz, Berenguer, Erika, Ferreira, Joice, Aragão, Luiz, Cardoso, Amanda, Lees, Alexander, Lennox, Gareth, Tobias, Joseph, Waldron, Anthony, and Barlow, Jos. 1. Quantifying the impact of habitat disturbance on ecosystem function is critical for understanding and predicting the future of tropical forests.... Journal of Ecology. Anglia Ruskin University, Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Federal University of Southern Bahia, University of Oxford, Universidade da Amazônia, University of Exeter, Manchester Metropolitan University, Lancaster University, Imperial College London, and National University of Singapore.
2020. Howe, Jack, Schiøtt, Morten, Li, Qiye, Wang, Zongji, Zhang, Guojie, and Boomsma, Jacobus. Genomic imprinting results in parent-of-origin dependent gene expression biased towards either the maternally- or paternally-derived allele at the ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, University of Copenhagen, and Beijing Genomics Institute.
2021. Ford, David Paul, Evans, Susan, Choiniere, Jonah, Fernandez, Vincent, and Benson, Roger. Lepidosaurs include lizards, snakes, amphisbaenians and the tuatara, comprising a highly speciose evolutionary radiation with widely varying anatom... Proceedings of the Royal Society B. University of the Witwatersrand, University College London, Natural History Museum, and University of Oxford.
2021. Fabbri, Matteo, Navalón, Guillermo, Mongiardino Koch, Nicolás, Hanson, Michael, Petermann, Holger, and Bhullar, Bhart-Anjan. Sauropod dinosaurs include the largest terrestrial vertebrates that have ever lived. Virtually every part of the sauropod body is heavily modified ... Evolution. Yale University, University of Oxford, and Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
2019. Walker, Kerry M M, Gonzalez, Ray, Kang, Joe Z, McDermott, Josh H, and King, Andrew J. Pitch perception is critical for recognizing speech, music and animal vocalizations, but its neurobiological basis remains ... eLife. University of Oxford and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
2020. Brighton, Caroline. Aggregation can reduce an individual’s predation risk, by decreasing predator hunting efficiency or displacing predation onto others. Here we explo... Behavioral Ecology. University of Oxford.
2021. Quilodrán, Claudio, Currat, Mathias, and Montoya-Burgos, Juan. The Covid-19 outbreak has triggered a global crisis that is challenging governments, health systems and the scientific community worldwide. A centr... Science of the Total Environment. University of Oxford and University of Geneva.
2019. Long, Ryan, Branco, Paola, Merkle, Jerod, Pringle, Robert, King, Lucy, Tindall, Tosca, and Stalmans, Marc. Natural habitats are rapidly being converted to cultivated croplands, and crop-raiding by wildlife threatens both wildlife conservation and human l... University of Idaho, University of Wyoming, Princeton University, University of Oxford, and Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo.
2020. Marshall, Cicely, Wieringa, Jan, and Hawthorne, William. Aim: Existing phytogeographic frameworks for tropical Africa lack either spatial completeness, unit definitions smaller than the regional scale, or... Journal of Biogeography. University of Cambridge, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, and University of Oxford.
2021. Sendell-Price, Ashley, Ruegg, Kristen, Robertson, Bruce, and Clegg, Sonya. When populations colonise new areas, both strong selection and strong drift can be experienced due to novel environments and small founding populat... Molecular Ecology. University of Oxford, Colorado State University, and University of Otago.
2020. Sinka, Marianne, Pironon, Samuel, Massey, Nicola, Longbottom, Joshua, Hemingway, Janet, Moyes, Catherine, and Willis, Katherine. In 2012, an unusual outbreak of malaria occurred in Djibouti City followed by increasingly severe annual outbreaks. Investigations revealed the pre... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. University of Oxford, Royal Botanic Gardens, and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
2020. King, Timothy. 1. In many grasslands, some ants act as ecological engineers to produce long-lasting soil structures which have a considerable influence on the pat... Ecological Solutions and Evidence. University of Oxford.
2020. Droge, Egil, Creel, Scott, Becker, Matthew, Loveridge, Andrew, Sousa, Lara, and Macdonald, David. Apex carnivores are wide-ranging, low-density, hard to detect, and declining throughout most of their range, making population monitoring both crit... University of Oxford, Montana State University, and Zambian Open University.
2020. Rocca, Maria A, Valsasina, Paola, Meani, Alessandro, Gobbi, Claudio, Zecca, Chiara, Rovira, Alex, Sastre-Garriga, Jaume, Kearney, Hugh, Ciccarelli, Olga, Matthews, Lucy, Palace, Jacqueline, Gallo, Antonio, Bisecco, Alvino, Lukas, Carsten, Bellenberg, Barbara, Barkhof, Frederik, Vrenken, Hugo, Preziosa, Paolo, and Filippi, Massimo. Objectives. Grey matter (GM) involvement is clinically relevant in multiple sclerosis (MS). Using source-based morphometry (SBM), we characterized ... Neurology. San Raffaele Hospital, Neurocenter of Southern Switzerland*, Hospital Universitari Vall d'Hebron, University College London, University of Oxford, Second University of Naples, Ruhr University Bochum, and Amsterdam UMC*.
2020. Wang, Linbo, Cheng, Wei, Rolls, Edmund T., Dai, Fuli, Gong, Weikang, Du, Jingnan, Zhang, Wei, Wang, Shouyan, Liu, Fengtao, Wang, Jian, Brown, Peter, and Feng, Jianfeng. Objective To identify biotypes in newly diagnosed Parkinson’s disease patients and test whether these biotypes could explain inter-individual d... Neurology. Fudan University, University of Warwick, and University of Oxford.
2021. Hoang, Kim, Gerardo, Nicole, and Morran, Levi. Protective symbionts can allow hosts to occupy otherwise uninhabitable niches. Despite the importance of symbionts in host evolution, we know littl... Evolution Letters. University of Oxford and Emory University.
2020. Field, Elsa, Castagneyrol, Bastien, Gibbs, Melanie, Jactel, Hervé, Barsoum, Nadia, Schonrogge, Karsten, and Hector, Andrew. Tree health declines can be caused by interactions between pests and pathogens and many studies have shown a reduction in their damage in mixed spe... Journal of Ecology. University of Oxford, French National Institute for Agricultural Research, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, and Forest Research.
2021. Studholme, Joshua, Markina, Margarita, and Gulev, Sergey. This data corresponds to the runs analysed in the manscript: Role of Surface Gravity Waves in Aquaplanet Ocean Climates (JAMES, 2021). In this w... Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. Yale University, University of Oxford, and Institute of Oceanology. PP Shirshov Russian Academy of Sciences.
2020. Brighton, Caroline. The aerial hunting behaviours of birds are strongly influenced by flight morphology and ecology, but little is known of how this relates to the beh... Journal of Experimental Biology. University of Oxford.
2019. Rajendran, Vani G., Harper, Nicol S., and Schnupp, Jan W. H. Previous research has shown that musical beat perception is a surprisingly complex phenomenon involving widespread neural coordination across highe... Royal Society Open Science. University of Oxford and City University of Hong Kong.
2020. Wu, Yanying. Dietary magnesium (Mg2+) supplementation can enhance memory in young and aged rats. Memory-enhancing capacity was largely ascribed to increases in ... eLife. University of Oxford.
2019. Stanford, Mark and Jong, Jonathan. Anthropologists and religious scholars have long debated the relationship between doctrinal Theravada Buddhism, so-called ‘animism’, and other folk... 1932-6203. University of Oxford.
2021. Nilsson, Cecilia, La Sorte, Frank, Dokter, Adriaan, Horton, Kyle, Van Doren, Benjamin, Kolodzinski, Jeffrey, Shamoun-Baranes, Judy, and Farnsworth, Andrew. 1. Aircraft collisions with birds span the entire history of human aviation, including fatal collisions during some of the first powered human flig... Journal of Applied Ecology. University of Copenhagen, Cornell University, Colorado State University, University of Oxford, The Port Authority of NY & NJ*, and University of Amsterdam.
2021. Parry, Luke, Lerosey Aubril, Rudy, Weaver, James, and Ortega-Hernández, Javier. Ctenophores are a group of predatory macroinvertebrates whose controversial phylogenetic position has prompted several competing hypotheses regardi... iScience*. University of Oxford and Harvard University.
2020. Regan, Charlotte, Medill, Sarah, Poissant, Jocelyn, and McLoughlin, Philip. 1. The adult sex ratio (ASR) is important within ecology due to its predicted effects on behaviour, demography, and evolution, but research examini... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of Oxford, University of Saskatchewan, and University of Calgary.
2021. Tao, Yun, Ferrari, Matthew, Shea, Katriona, Probeert, William, Runge, Michael, Lafferty, Kevin, and Tildesley, Michael. Livestock diseases have devastating consequences economically, socially, and politically across the globe. In certain systems, pathogens remain via... Journal of the Royal Society Interface. University of California, Santa Barbara, Pennsylvania State University, University of Oxford, United States Geological Survey, and University of Warwick.
2020. Silverberg, Sarah, Puchalski-Ritchie, Lisa, Gobat, Nina, Nichol, Alistair, and Murthy, Srinavas. Objectives: The outcome of well-performed clinical research is essential for evidence-based patient management during pandemics. However, conductin... PLOS ONE. University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, University of Oxford, and Monash University.
2020. Culina, Antica, Firth, Josh, and Hinde, Camilla. This is a Data package that contains three separate datasets and the analysis code for a manuscript 'Familiarity breeds success: pairs that meet ea... Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie, University of Oxford, and Anglia Ruskin University.
2021. Reichert, Michael, Morand-Ferron, Julie, Kulahci, Ipek, Firth, Josh, Davidson, Gabrielle, Crofts, Sam, and Quinn, John. 1. The producer-scrounger game is a key element of foraging ecology in many systems. Producing and scrounging typically covary negatively, but part... Journal of Animal Ecology. Oklahoma State University, University of Ottawa, University College Cork, University of Oxford, and University of Cambridge.
2020. Martinson, William. This data set contains the MATLAB files that were used to generate figures located in the article "Comparative analysis of angiogenesis models" (J.... Journal of Mathematical Biology*. University of Oxford.
2021. Bonnaffé, Willem, Danet, Alain, Legendre, Stephane, and Edeline, Eric. It is predicted that warmer conditions should lead to a loss of trophic levels, as larger bodied consumers, which occupy higher trophic levels, exp... Oikos. University of Oxford, National Museum of Natural History, École Normale Supérieure, and Sorbonne University.
2020. Phillips, Jessica Ann, Banks, Alex N., Bolton, Mark, Brereton, Tom, Cazenave, Pierre, Gillies, Natasha, Padget, Oliver, van der Kooij, Jeroen, Waggit, James, and Guilford, Tim. Aim: Europe’s only globally critically endangered seabird, the Balearic shearwater (Puffinus mauretanicus), is thought to have expanded its post-br... Ecology and Evolution. University of Oxford, Natural England, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, MARINElife*, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, and Bangor University.
2019. Chau, Bolton K H, Law, Chun-Kit, Lopez-Persem, Alizée, Klein-Flügge, Miriam C, Rushworth, Matthew F S, Chau, Bolton KH, and Rushworth, Matthew FS. The value of a third potential option or distractor can alter the way in which decisions are made between two other options. Two hypotheses have re... eLife. Hong Kong Polytechnic University, University of Oxford, and Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging.
2020. Alcinesio, Alessandro, Krishna Kumar, Ravinash, Monico, Carina, Cazimoglu, Idil, Bayley, Hagan, Meacock, Oliver J., Allan, Rebecca G., Cornall, Matthew T., and Restrepo Schild, Vanessa. 3D-printing networks of droplets connected by interface bilayers is a powerful platform to build synthetic tissues, in which functionality relies o... Nature Communications. University of Oxford, University of Sheffield, and University of Toronto Mississauga*.
2021. Coatham, Sam, Sellers, William, and Püschel, Thomas. Obtaining accurate values for body segment parameters (BSPs) is fundamental in many biomechanical studies, particularly for gait analysis. Convex h... Royal Society Open Science. University of Manchester and University of Oxford.
2020. Salomon, Tassila, Pybus, Oliver, França, Rafael, Castro, Marcia, Sabino, Ester Cerdeira, Dye, Christopher, Busch, Michael, Kraemer, Moritz U. G., Whittaker, Charles, Santos, Andreza, Faria, Nuno, Pereira, Rafael, Buss, Lewis, Prete Jr., Carlos A., Abrahim, Claudia, Carvalho, Maria, Costa, Allyson, Barral-Netto, Manoel, Myuki, Crispim, Custer, Brian, de Almeida-Neto, Cesar, Ferreira, Suzete, Fraiji, Nelson, Gurzenda, Susie, Kamaura, Leonardo, Mendrone Junior, Alfredo, Nascimento, Vitor, Nishiya, Anna, Oikawa, Marcio, Rocha, Vanderson, Salles, Nanci, Salomon, Tassila, Silva, Martirene, Takecian, Pedro, and Belotti, Maria. SARS-CoV-2 spread rapidly in the Brazilian Amazon. Mortality was elevated, despite the young population, with the health services and cemeteries ov... Science. Faculdade de Ciências Médicas de Minas Gerais, University of Oxford, Faculdades Oswaldo Cruz, Harvard University, University of Sao Paulo, Vitalant, Imperial College London, Institute for Applied Economic Research, Fundação Hospitalar de Hematologia e Hemoterapia do Amazonas*, Fundação Pró-Sangue Hemocentro de São Paulo, Departamento de Engenharia de Sistemas Eletrônicos*, Universidade Federal do ABC, Fundação Centro de Hematologia e Hemoterapia de Minas Gerais, and Universidade de Sao Paulo.
2020. Mouchet, Alexia, Cole, Ella, Matthysen, Erik, Nicolaus, Marion, Quinn, John, Roth, Allison, Tinbergen, Joost, van Oers, Kees, van Overveld, Thijs, and Dingemanse, Niels. Heterogeneous selection is often proposed as a key mechanism maintaining repeatable behavioral variation (“animal personality”) in wild populations... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, University of Oxford, University of Antwerp, University of Groningen, University College Cork, University of Florida, Netherlands Institute of Ecology, and Estación Biológica de Doñana.
2019. Alexander, Helen K. and MacLean, R. Craig. This dataset contains experimental data and custom R code for likelihood-based model-fitting associated with the manuscript "Stochastic bacterial p... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. University of Edinburgh and University of Oxford.
2021. Burton-Chellew, Maxwell and West, Stuart. What motivates human behaviour in social dilemmas? The results of public goods games are commonly interpreted as showing that humans are altruistic... Nature Human Behaviour. University of Lausanne and University of Oxford.
2021. Soper, Deanna, Ekroth, Alice, and Martins, M Joao. Background The ‘genetic diversity’ hypothesis posits that polyandry evolved as a mechanism to increase genetic diversity within broods. One exte... BMC Evolutionary Biology. University of Dallas, University of Oxford, and University of Algarve.
2020. Davesne, Donald, Schmitt, Armin, Fernandez, Vincent, Benson, Roger, and Sanchez, Sophie. Osteocytes, cells embedded within the bone mineral matrix, inform on key aspects of vertebrate biology. In particular, a relationship between volum... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, Natural History Museum, London*, and Uppsala University.
2021. Griffiths, Elizabeth, Ford, David, Benson, Roger, and Evans, Susan E. The earliest known crown-group lepidosaurs are known from the Middle Triassic, however their stem group is poorly sampled, with only a few represen... Papers in Palaeontology. University of Oxford, University of the Witwatersrand, and University College London.
2020. Cavanagh, Sean, Lam, Norman, Murray, John, Hunt, Laurence, and Kennerley, Steven. Decision-making biases can be features of normal behaviour, or deficits underlying neuropsychiatric symptoms. We used behavioural psychophysics, sp... eLife. University College London, Yale University, and University of Oxford.
2017. Malo, Aurelio F., Martinez-Pastor, Felipe, Garcia-Gonzalez, Francisco, Garde, Julian, Ballou, Jonathan D., and Lacy, Robert C. Sex ratio allocation has important fitness consequences, and theory predicts that parents should adjust offspring sex ratio in cases where the fitn... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, University of Castile-La Mancha, Spanish National Research Council, Chicago Zoological Society, and National Zoological Park.
2016. Hoehn, Kenneth B., Harnik, Paul G., and Roth, V. Louise. To what extent can natural selection act on groupings above the species level? Despite extensive theoretical discussion and growing practical conce... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Duke University and University of Oxford.
2013. Benson, Roger B. J., Evans, Mark, Smith, Adam S., Sassoon, Judyth, Moore-Faye, Scott, Ketchum, Hilary F., and Forrest, Richard. Pliosaurids were a long-lived and cosmopolitan group of marine predators that spanned 110 million years and occupied the upper tiers of marine ecos... PLoS ONE. University of Oxford, New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Natural History Museum, University of Bristol, Wavecut Platform Ltd., Sevenoaks, United Kingdom*, University of Cambridge, and Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom*.
2017. Massey, N. Claire, Garrod, Gala, Wiebe, Antoinette, Henry, Andrew J., Huang, Zhi, Moyes, Catherine L., and Sinka, Marianne E. Anopheles mosquitoes were first recognised as the transmitters of human malaria in the late 19th Century and have been subject to a huge amount of ... Scientific Data. Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics and University of Oxford.
2018. Kim, Jun-Mo, Santure, Anna W., Barton, Henry J., Quinn, John L., Cole, Eleanor F., Visser, Marcel E., Sheldon, Ben C., Groenen, Martien A.M., van Oers, Kees, Slate, Jon, Santure, A. W., Kim, J.-M., Barton, H. J., Slate, J., Visser, M. E., van Oers, K., Quinn, J. L., Cole, E. F., and Sheldon, B. C. High density SNP microarrays (‘SNP chips’) are a rapid, accurate and efficient method for genotyping several hundred thousand polymorphisms in larg... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Sheffield, University College Cork, University of Oxford, Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie, Wageningen University & Research, University of Auckland, and Chung-Ang University.
2016. Salali, Gul Deniz, Whitehouse, Harvey, and Hochberg, Michael E. One of the central puzzles in the study of sociocultural evolution is how and why transitions from small-scale human groups to large-scale, hierarc... PLOS ONE. University of Montpellier, University College London, University of Oxford, and Santa Fe Institute.
2016. Close, Roger A., Davis, Brian M., Walsh, Stig, Wolniewicz, Andrzej S., Friedman, Matt, and Benson, Roger B. J. The Middle Jurassic was a key interval of mammalian evolutionary history that witnessed the diversification of the therian stem-group. Great Britai... Palaeontology. University of Oxford, University of Louisville, and National Museum.
2018. Garvert, Mona M., Dolan, Raymond J., Behrens, Timothy E.J., Garvert, Mona M, Behrens, Timothy EJ, and Dolan, Raymond J. The hippocampal–entorhinal system encodes a map of space that guides spatial navigation. Goal-directed behaviour outside of spatial navigation simi... eLife. Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, University of Oxford, and University College London.
2018. Chau, Bolton K H, Kolling, Nils, Hunt, Laurence T, Walton, Mark E, and Rushworth, Matthew F S. Despite widespread interest in neural mechanisms of decision-making, most investigations focus on decisions between just two options. Here we adapt... Nature Neuroscience. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University* and University of Oxford.
2018. Choo, Brian, Lu, Jing, Giles, Sam, Trinajstic, Kate, and Long, John A. The study of early actinopterygians (ray-finned fishes) from the Devonian has been hampered by imperfect preservation in the majority of taxa. The ... Papers in Palaeontology. Flinders University, Australian National University, University of Oxford, and Curtin University.
2017. Siveter, David J., Briggs, Derek E. G., Siveter, Derek J., Sutton, Mark D., and Legg, David. Cascolus ravitis gen. et sp. nov. is a three-dimensionally preserved fossil crustacean with soft parts from the Herefordshire (Silurian) Lagerstätt... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Leicester, Yale University, and University of Oxford.
2013. Ma, Xiaoya, Aldridge, Richard J., Siveter, David J., Siveter, Derek J., Hou, Xianguang, and Edgecombe, Gregory D. A fossil priapulid, Eximipriapulus globocaudatus new genus new species, is described from the Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte of Yunnan, China. The... Journal of Paleontology. Yunnan University, University of Leicester, University of Oxford, and Natural History Museum.
2016. Noonan, Michael J., Markham, Andrew, Newman, Chris, Trigoni, Niki, Buesching, Christina D., Ellwood, Stephen A., and Macdonald, David W. 1. Despite the importance of the subterranean ecotope, knowledge of underground movement and behaviour has been extremely limited. Previous technol... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of Oxford.
2019. Evers, Serjoscha W. and Benson, Roger B. J. Evolutionary transitions to marine habitats occurred frequently among Mesozoic reptiles. Only one such clade survives to the present: sea turtles (... Palaeontology. University of Oxford.
2018. (LPWG), Legume Phylogeny Working Group, Bruneau, Anne, Azani, Nasim, Babineau, Marielle, Gagnon, Edeline, Sinou, Carole, Steeves, Royce, Zimmerman, Erin, Bailey, C. Donovan, Kovar, Lynsey, Nageswara-Rao, Madhugiri, Banks, Hannah, Clark, RuthP., De La Estrella, Manuel, Gasson, Peter, Kite, GeoffreyC., Klitgaard, BenteB., Lewis, GwilymP., Neves, Danilo, Prenner, Gerhard, Rico-Arce, María de Lourdes, Barbosa, ArianeR., López-Roberts, Maria Cristina, de Queiroz, Luciano Paganucci, Ribeiro, PétalaG., Snak, Cristiane, Cruz, Daiane Trabuco da, Pinto, Rafael Barbosa, Candido, Elisa, Azevedo Tozzi, Ana Maria Goulart de, Kochanovski, FábioJ., Boatwright, JamesS., Borges, LeonardoM., Brown, GillianK., Cardoso, Domingos, Ramos, Gustavo, Chung, Kuo-Fang, Conceição, Adilva deS., Santos-Silva, Juliana, de Souza, ÉlviaR., Crisp, Michael, Gunn, Bee, Delgado-Salinas, Alfonso, Dexter, KyleG., Doyle, JeffJ., Duminil, Jérôme, Ojeda, DarioI., Egan, AshleyN., Vatanparast, Mohammad, Falcão, MarcusJ., de Lima, HaroldoC., Mansano, VidalF., Ranzato Filardi, FabianaL., Filatov, DmitryA., Nevado, Bruno, Fortuna-Perez, Ana Paula, Rando, Juliana Gastaldello, Harris, David, Haston, Elspeth, Mackinder, Barbara, Pennington, R. Toby, Hawkins, JulieA., Mattapha, Sawai, Hughes, ColinE., Koenen, ErikJ.M., Iganci, JoãoR.V., Javadi, Firouzeh, Kanu, Sheku Alfred, Kazempour-Osaloo, Shahrokh, Lavin, Matt, Roux, Marianne le, Maia, Vitor Hugo, Malécot, Valéry, Miller, JosephT., Mitsuyuki, Chika, Tagane, Shuichiro, Toyama, Hironori, Yahara, Tetsukazu, Murphy, DanielJ., Prado, DariénE., Sanderson, MichaelJ., São-Mateus, WallaceM.B., Silva, MarcosJ.S., Sprent, Janet, Steele, KellyP., Steier, JuliaE., Wojciechowski, MartinF., Stirton, CharlesH., Torke, BenjaminM., Wieringa, JanJ., Wink, Michael, and Yi, Tingshuang. The classification of the legume family proposed here addresses the long-known non-monophyly of the traditionally recognised subfamily Caesalpinioi... Taxon. University of Montreal, University of Tehran, New Mexico State University, Royal Botanic Gardens, State University of Feira de Santana, State University of Campinas, University of the Western Cape, Federal University of São Carlos, University of Melbourne, Federal University of Bahia, National Taiwan University, Universidade do Estado da Bahia, Australian National University, National Autonomous University of Mexico, University of Edinburgh, Cornell University, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Smithsonian Institution, Instituto de Pesquisas Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro, University of Oxford, Sao Paulo State University, University of Reading, University of Zurich, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Kyushu University, University of South Africa, Tarbiat Modares University, Montana State University, University of Johannesburg, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, University of Angers, National Science Foundation, National University of Rosario, University of Arizona, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Universidade Federal de Goiás, University of Dundee, Arizona State University, University of Cape Town, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Heidelberg University, and Kunming Institute of Botany.
2016. Dean, Christopher D., Sutton, Mark D., Siveter, Derek J., and Siveter, David J. Extant aplacophorans, a group of shell-less vermiform molluscs, respire through appendages within or projecting from a posterior cavity. Respirator... Palaeontology. Imperial College London, University of Oxford, and University of Leicester.
2019. Friedman, Matthew, Feilich, Kara, Beckett, Hermione, Alfaro, Michael, Faircloth, Brant, Černý, David, Miya, Masaki, Near, Thomas, and Harrington, Richard. The fish clade Pelagiaria, which includes tunas as its most famous members, evolved remarkable morphological and ecological variety in a setting no... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, University of Oxford, University of California Los Angeles, Louisiana State University, Natural History Museum and Institute, and Yale University.
2019. Ford, David P., Benson, Roger B.J., and Benson, Roger B. J. The earliest known neodiapsid Orovenator mayorum from the early Permian of Oklahoma is redescribed using high-resolution μCT, revealing remarkable ... Papers in Palaeontology. University of Oxford.
2021. Carter, Reece, Sutton, Mark, Briggs, Derek, Siveter, David, and Siveter, Derek. Palaeozoic brittle stars are not equipped with the fused arm ossicles (vertebrae) that facilitate the remarkable mode of walking that characterizes... Palaeontology. Imperial College London, Yale University, University of Leicester, and University of Oxford.
2015. Siveter, Derek J., Briggs, Derek E. G., Siveter, David J., Sutton, Mark D., Legg, David J., Joomun, Sarah, Briggs, D. E. G., Legg, D., Sutton, M. D., Joomun, S., and Siveter, D. J. A new arthropod, Enalikter aphson gen. et sp. nov., is described from the Silurian (Wenlock Series) Herefordshire Lagerstätte of the UK. It belongs... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Yale University, University of Leicester, Imperial College London, and University of Oxford.
2018. Levy Karin, Eli, Ashkenazy, Haim, Hein, Jotun, and Pupko, Tal. Classic alignment algorithms utilize scoring functions which maximize similarity or minimize edit distances. These scoring functions account for bo... Systematic Biology. Tel Aviv University and University of Oxford.
2018. Gálvez, Nicolás, Guillera-Arroita, Gurutzeta, St. John, Freya A. V., Schüttler, Elke, Macdonald, David W., and Davies, Zoe G. Habitat loss, fragmentation and degradation are key threats to the long-term persistence of carnivores, which are also susceptible to direct persec... Journal of Applied Ecology. University of Kent, University of Melbourne, Bangor University, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, and University of Oxford.
2012. Lloyd, Graeme T. and Friedman, Matt. Fishes represent more than half of all living vertebrate species, but patterns of fish diversity remain little explored in the fossil record. A com... Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. University of Oxford.
2017. Evin, Allowen, Owen, Joseph, Larson, Greger, Debiais-Thibaud, Mélanie, Cucchi, Thomas, Vidarsdottir, Una Strand, and Dobney, Keith. Domestic animals are often described as paedomorphic, meaning that they retain juvenile characteristics into adulthood. Through a three-dimensional... Biology Letters. University of Iceland, University of Aberdeen, University of Oxford, and University of Liverpool.
2013. Torres-Barceló, Clara, Cabot, Gabriel, Oliver, Antonio, Buckling, Angus, MacLean, R. Craig, Buckling, A., MacLean, R. C., and Torres-Barcelo, C. The dominant paradigm for the evolution of mutator alleles in bacterial populations is that they spread by indirect selection for linked beneficial... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, Research Institute of Health Sciences, and University of Exeter.
2016. Philipson, Christopher D., Dent, Daisy H., O’Brien, Michael J., Chamagne, Juliette, Dzulkifli, Dzaeman, Nilus, Reuben, Philips, Sam, Reynolds, Glen, Saner, Philippe, Hector, Andy, and O'Brien, Michael J. A life-history trade-off between low mortality in the dark and rapid growth in the light is one of the most widely accepted mechanisms underlying p... Ecology and Evolution. University of Zurich, University of Stirling, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, University of Oxford, Forest Research, and The Royal Society South-East Asian Rainforest Research Programme; Danum Valley Field Centre; Sabah Malaysia*.
2016. Blanquart, François, Grabowski, Mary Kate, Herbeck, Joshua, Nalugoda, Fred, Serwadda, David, Eller, Michael A., Robb, Merlin L., Gray, Ronald, Kigozi, Godfrey, Laeyendecker, Oliver, Lythgoe, Katrina A., Nakigozi, Gertrude, Quinn, Thomas C., Reynolds, Steven J., Wawer, Maria J., Fraser, Christophe, Wawer, Maria J, Lythgoe, Katrina A, Quinn, Thomas C, and Reynolds, Steven J. Evolutionary theory hypothesizes that intermediate virulence maximizes pathogen fitness as a result of a trade-off between virulence and transmissi... eLife. Imperial College London, Johns Hopkins University, University of Washington, Makerere University, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Rakai Health Sciences Program, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, and University of Oxford.
2011. Buckling, Angus, Lopez Pascua, Laura, and Gandon, Sylvain. Spatial abiotic heterogenity can result in divergent selection, hence might increase the magnitude of host-parasite local adaptation (the mean diff... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford and Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive.
2019. Gamelon, Marlène, Vriend, Stefan J.G., Engen, Steinar, Adriaensen, Frank, Dhondt, Andre A., Evans, Simon R., Matthysen, Erik, Sheldon, Ben C., and Sæther, Bernt-Erik. Understanding species coexistence has long been a major goal of ecology. Coexistence theory for two competing species posits that intraspecific den... Ecology Letters. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of Antwerp, Cornell University, and University of Oxford.
2018. Weissman, Yishai A., Demartsev, Vlad, Ilany, Amiyaal, Barocas, Adi, Bar-Ziv, Einat, Shnitser, Inbar, Geffen, Eli, Koren, Lee, Weissman, Yishai A, and Shnitzer, Inbar. The source-filter theory proposes that information on caller properties is communicated through acoustic qualities, as physical state and performan... Behavioral Ecology. Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv University, University of Oxford, and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
2019. Puljung, Michael, Vedovato, Natascia, Usher, Samuel, and Ashcroft, Frances. The response of ATP-sensitive K+ channels (KATP) to cellular metabolism is coordinated by three classes of nucleotide binding site (NBS). We used a... eLife. University of Oxford.
2015. While, Geoffrey M., Williamson, Joseph, Prescott, Graham, Horváthová, Terézia, Fresnillo, Belén, Beeton, Nicholas J., Halliwell, Ben, Michaelides, Sozos, Uller, Tobias, Beeton, N. J., Halliwell, B., While, G. M., Prescott, G., Horvathova, T., Michaelides, S., Uller, T., Williamson, J., and Fresnillo, B. Successful establishment and range expansion of non-native species often require rapid accommodation of novel environments. Here, we use common-gar... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, University of Tasmania, University of Cambridge, and University of Alcalá.
2016. Harcombe, William R., Betts, Alex, Shapiro, Jason W., and Marx, Christopher J. Mutualism is ubiquitous in nature and plays an integral role in most communities. To predict the eco-evolutionary dynamics of mutualism it is criti... Evolution. University of Minnesota, Harvard University, University of Oxford, and University of Idaho.
2019. Buschke, Falko T. and Sinclair, Samuel P. Aim: Biodiversity offsets are being implemented or planned across all continents and biogeographical realms. Due to their popularity, new offset pr... Diversity and Distributions. University of the Free State and University of Oxford.
2014. Huchard, Elise, Charmantier, Anne, English, Sinead, Bateman, Andrew, Nielsen, Johanna F., Clutton-Brock, Tim, Nielsen, J. F., English, S., Charmantier, A., Huchard, E., Bateman, A., and Clutton-Brock, T. Individual variation in growth is high in cooperative breeders and may reflect plastic divergence in developmental trajectories leading to breeding... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, University of Edinburgh, Zoological Society of London, and French National Centre for Scientific Research.
2014. Merow, Cory, Dalgren, Johan P., Metcalf, C. J. E., Childs, Dylan Z., Evans, M. E. K., Jongejans, E., Record, Sydne, Rees, Mark, Salguero-Gómez, Roberto, McMahon, Sean, Evans, Margaret E.K., Dahlgren, Johan P., Metcalf, C. Jessica E., McMahon, Sean M., and Jongejans, Eelke. Integral Projection Models (IPMs) use information on how an individual's state influences its vital rates - survival, growth and reproduction - to ... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of Connecticut, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Stockholm University, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, University of Sheffield, University of Arizona, Radboud University Nijmegen, Harvard University, University of Queensland, University of Southern Denmark, Princeton University, and University of Oxford.
2018. Nilsson, Cecilia, Horton, Kyle G., Dokter, Adriaan M., Van Doren, Benjamin M., and Farnsworth, Andrew. Light cues elicit strong responses from nearly all forms of life, perhaps most notably as circadian rhythms entrained by periods of daylight and da... Biology Letters. Cornell University and University of Oxford.
2011. Dugdale, Hannah L, Pope, Lisa C, Newman, Chris, Macdonald, David W, and Burke, Terry. The Selection, Constraint, Restraint, and Senescence Hypotheses predict how breeding success should vary with age. The Selection Hypothesis predict... Molecular Ecology. University of Oxford and University of Sheffield.
2016. Evans, Matthew R., Moustakas, Aristides, Carey, Gregory, Malhi, Yadvinder, Butt, Nathalie, Benham, Sue, Pallett, Denise, and Schäfer, Stefanie. As part of a project to develop predictive ecosystem models of United Kingdom woodlands we have collated data from two United Kingdom woodlands - W... Scientific Data. University of London, University of Oxford, Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, Forest Research, and CEH-Wallingford, Maclean Building, Benson Lane, Crowmarsh, Gifford, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK*.
2017. Kenny, Elspeth, Birkhead, Tim.R., Green, Jonathan P., Birkhead, Tim R, and Green, Jonathan P. Individuals of many species form bonds with their breeding partners, yet the mechanisms maintaining these bonds are poorly understood. In birds, al... Behavioral Ecology. University of Sheffield and University of Oxford.
2018. Ellwood, Stephen A., Newman, Chris, Montgomery, Robert A., Nicosia, Vincenzo, Buesching, Christina D., Markham, Andrew, Mascolo, Cecilia, Trigoni, Niki, Pasztor, Bence, Dyo, Vladimir, Latora, Vito, Baker, Sandra E., and Macdonald, David W. Behavioural events that are important for understanding sociobiology and movement ecology are often rare, transient and localised, but can occur at... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of Oxford, Michigan State University, Queen Mary University of London, University of Cambridge, and University of Bedfordshire.
2018. Rostro-García, Susana, Kamler, Jan F., Crouthers, Rachel, Sopheak, Keo, Prum, Sovanna, In, Visattha, Pin, Chanratana, Caragiulo, Anthony, and Macdonald, David W. We studied the Indochinese leopard (Panthera pardus delacouri) in eastern Cambodia, in one of the few potentially remaining viable populations in S... Royal Society Open Science. University of Oxford, Panthera Corporation, World Wide Fund for Nature Cambodia, Street 352, Boeun Keng Kang I, Phnom Penh, Cambodia*, Provincial Department of Environment, Mondulkiri, Sen Monorom, Cambodia*, and American Museum of Natural History.
2020. Syposz, Martyna, Padget, Oliver, Wynn, Joe, Gillies, Natasha, Fayet, Annette, and Guilford, Tim. The first solitary migration of juvenile birds is difficult to study because of a low juvenile survival rates and sometimes long delays in return t... Journal of Avian Biology. University of Oxford.
2017. Briggs, Derek E. G., Siveter, Derek J., Siveter, David J., Sutton, Mark D., and Rahman, Imran A. Echinoderms are unique in having a water vascular system with tube feet, which perform a variety of functions in living forms. Here, we report the ... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Yale University, University of Leicester, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, and University of Oxford.
2015. Giles, Sam, Darras, Laurent, Clément, Gaël, Blieck, Alain, and Friedman, Matt. Actinopterygians (ray-finned fishes) are the most diverse living osteichthyan (bony vertebrate) group, with a rich fossil record. However, details ... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, French National Centre for Scientific Research, and Centre Hospitalier Regional et Universitaire de Lille.
2015. Inglis, R. Fredrik, West, Stuart, Buckling, Angus, Buckling, A., and West, S. Strong reciprocity, whereby cooperators punish non-cooperators, may help to explain the evolutionary success of cooperative behaviours. However, th... Biology Letters. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, University of Oxford, and University of Exeter.
2014. Ghoul, Melanie, West, Stuart A., Diggle, Steve P., Griffin, Ashleigh S., Ghoul, M., West, S. A., Griffin, A. S., and Diggle, S. P. Microbial cells rely on cooperative behaviours that can breakdown as a result of exploitation by cheats. Recent work on cheating in microbes, howev... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, University of Nottingham, and Pennsylvania State University.
2018. Proffitt, Tomos, Luncz, V. Lydia, Malaivijitnond, Suchinda, Gumert, Michael, Svensson, Magdalena S., Haslam, Micahel, Haslam, M., Luncz, V. L., Malaivijitnond, S., and Gumert, M. The discovery of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) nut-cracking by wild long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) is significant for the study of non-h... Royal Society Open Science. University College London, University of Oxford, Chulalongkorn University, Nanyang Technological University, and Oxford Brookes University.
2019. Moyes, Catherine L., Wiebe, Antoinette, Gleave, Katherine, Trett, Anna, Hancock, Penelope A., Padonou, Germain Gil, Chouaïbou, Mouhamadou S., Sovi, Arthur, Abuelmaali, Sara A., Ochomo, Eric, Antonio-Nkondjio, Christophe, Dengela, Dereje, Kawada, Hitoshi, Dabire, Roch K., Donnelly, Martin J., Mbogo, Charles, Fornadel, Christen, and Coleman, Michael. The impact of insecticide resistance in malaria vectors is poorly understood and quantified. Here a series of geospatial datasets for insecticide r... bioRxiv. University of Oxford, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Centre de Recherche Entomologique de Cotonou (CREC)*, Swiss Centre for Scientific Research, Federal Ministry of Health, Kenya Medical Research Institute, Organisation de Coordination pour la lutte contre les Endémies en Afrique Centrale, Abt Associates (United States), University of Nagasaki, Public Health, and US President’s Malaria Initiative, US Agency for International Development*.
2021. Felmy, Anja, Leips, Jeff, and Travis, Joseph. Populations with different densities often show genetically-based differences in life histories. The divergent life histories could be driven by se... Ecology and Evolution. University of Oxford, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Florida State University.
2015. Kenny, Nathan J., Chan, Ka Wo, Nong, Wenyan, Qu, Zhe, Maeso, Ignacio, Yip, Ho Yin, Chan, Ting Fung, Kwan, Hoi Shan, Holland, Peter W. H., Chu, Ka Hou, and Hui, Jerome H. L. Whole-genome duplication (WGD) results in new genomic resources that can be exploited by evolution for rewiring genetic regulatory networks in orga... Heredity. Chinese University of Hong Kong, Pablo de Olavide University, and University of Oxford.
2014. Hunt, Edmund R., O'Shea-Wheller, Thomas, Albery, Gregory F., Bridger, Tamsyn H., Gumn, Mike, Franks, Nigel R., Bridger, T. H., Franks, N. R., Gumn, M., Hunt, E. R., O'Shea-Wheller, T., and Albery, G. F. Behavioural lateralization in invertebrates is an important field of study because it may provide insights into the early origins of lateralization... Biology Letters. University of Bristol and University of Oxford.
2014. Kennedy, Patrick, Uller, Tobias, and Helanterä, Heikki. The biological hierarchy of genes, cells, organisms and societies is a fundamental reality in the living world. This hierarchy of entities did not ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, Lund University, and University of Helsinki.
2020. Parag, Kris Varun, Pybus, Oliver, and Wu, Chieh-Hsi. In Bayesian phylogenetics, the coalescent process provides an informative framework for inferring changes in the effective size of a population fro... Systematic Biology. Imperial College London, University of Oxford, and University of Southampton.
2015. Martinho III, Antone, Biro, Dora, Guilford, Tim, Gagliardo, Anna, Kacelnik, Alex, and Martinho, Antone. Pigeons (Columba livia) display reliable homing behaviour, but their homing routes from familiar release points are individually idiosyncratic and ... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford and University of Pisa.
2018. Hill, Andrew P., Prince, Peter, Covarrubias, Evelyn P., Doncaster, C. Patrick, Snaddon, Jake L., and Rogers, Alex. 1. The cost, usability and power efficiency of available wildlife monitoring equipment currently inhibits full ground-level coverage of many natura... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of Southampton and University of Oxford.