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1. A holocenic and dynamic hybrid zone between two cactophilic Drosophila species in a coastal lowland plain of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
2021. Manfrin, Maura Helena. Hybridization and introgression are processes that contribute to shaping biological diversity. The factors promoting the formation of these process... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Sao Paulo.
2. A novel method for using RNA-seq data to identify imprinted genes in social Hymenoptera with multiply mated queens
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.
3. Adaptation and correlated fitness responses over two time scales in Drosophila suzukii populations evolving in different environments
2021. Olazcuaga, Laure, Foucaud, Julien, Gautier, Mathieu, Deschamps, Candice, Loiseau, Anne, Leménager, Nicolas, Facon, Benoit, Ravigné, Virginie, Hufbauer, Ruth A., Estoup, Arnaud, and Rode, Nicolas O. The process of local adaptation involves differential changes in fitness over time across different environments. While experimental evolution stud... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Montpellier, National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment, UMR PVBMT, CIRAD, St Pierre, La Réunion, France*, and Colorado State University.
2020. Galindo, Juan and Faria, Rui. Low dispersal marine intertidal species facing strong divergent selective pressures associated with steep environmental gradients have a great pote... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Vigo and University of Porto.
5. Are offspring begging levels exaggerated beyond the parental optimum? Evidence from a bidirectional selection experiment
2020. Fresneau, Nolwenn, Estramil, Natalia, and Müller, Wendt. Parental care involves elaborate behavioural interactions between parents and their offspring, with offspring stimulating their parents via begging... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Pannonia and University of Antwerp.
6. Assessing the repeatability, robustness to disturbance, and parent‐offspring colony resemblance of collective behavior
2019. Fisher, David, Lichtenstein, James, Costa-Pereira, Raul, Yeager, Justin, and Pruitt, Jonathan. Groups of animals possess phenotypes such as collective behaviour, which may determine the fitness of group members. However, the stability and rob... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. McMaster University, University of California, Santa Barbara, and University of the Americas.
2020. Ferreira do Nascimento, Lucas, R. Guimarães Jr, Paulo, E. Onstein, Renske, Kissling, W. Daniel, and M. Pires, Mathias. Understanding how ecological interactions have shaped the evolutionary dynamics of species traits remains a challenge in evolutionary ecology. Comb... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Sao Paulo, German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research, University of Amsterdam, and State University of Campinas.
8. Assortative mating can help adaptation of flowering time to a changing climate: insights from a polygenic model
2021. Godineau, Claire, Ronce, Ophélie, and Devaux, Céline. Several empirical studies report fast evolutionary changes in flowering time in response to contemporary climate change. Flowering time is a polyge... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Institut des Sciences de l'Évolution, Université de Montpellier, CNRS, IRD, EPHE Montpellier, France*.
9. Assortative mating for between-patch dispersal status in a wild bird population: Exploring the role of direct and indirect underlying mechanisms
2021. Tamin, Thibault and Doligez, Blandine. Previous studies have reported functional integration between dispersal and other phenotypic traits allowing individuals to alleviate dispersal cos... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Claude Bernard University Lyon 1.
2020. Keais, Graeme, Lu, SiJia, and Perlman, Steve. Driving X chromosomes (XDs) are meiotic drivers that bias their own transmission through males by killing Y-bearing gametes. These chromosomes can ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Victoria.