Journal Article (372)

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    Cairns, J.; Frickel, J.; Jalasvuori, M.; Hiltunen, T.; Becks, L.: Genomic evolution of bacterial populations under coselection by antibiotics and phage. Molecular Ecology 26 (7), pp. 1848 - 1859 (2017)
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    Calvignac-Spencher, S.; Lenz, T. L.: The one past health workshop: connecting ancient DNA and zoonosis research. Bioessays (2017)
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    Kaufmann, J.; Lenz, T. L.; Kalbe, M.; Milinski, M.; Eizaguirre, C.: A field reciprocal transplant experiment reveals asymmetric costs of migration between lake and river ecotypes of three-spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Journal of Evolutionary Biology (accepted)
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    Weber, J. N.; Kalbe, M.; Shim, K. C.; Erin, N. I.; Steinel, N. C.; Ma, L.; Bolnick, D. I.: Resist globally, infect locally: a transcontinental test of adaptation by stickleback and their tapeworm parasite. The American Naturalist 189 (1), pp. 43 - 57 (2017)
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    Benesh, D. P.; Kalbe, M.: Experimental parasite community ecology: intraspecific variation in a large tapeworm affects community assembly. Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (4), pp. 1004 - 1013 (2016)
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    Dirksen, P.; Marsh, S. A.; Braker, I.; Heitland, N.; Wagner, S.; Nakad, R.; Mader, S.; Petersen, C.; Kowallik, V.; Rosenstiel, P. et al.; Felix, M.-A.; Schulenburg, H.: The native microbiome of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans: gateway to a new host-microbiome model. BMC Biology (2016)
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    Frickel, J.; Sieber, M.; Becks, L.: Eco-evolutionary dynamics in a coevolving host–virus system. Ecology Letters (2016)
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    Haafke, J.; Abou Chakra, M.; Becks, L.: Eco-evolutionary feedback promotes Red Queen dynamics and selects for sex in predator populations. Evolution 70 (3), pp. 641 - 652 (2016)
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    Haase, D.; Rieger, J. K.; Witten, A.; Stoll, M.; Bornberg-Bauer, E.; Kalbe, M.; Schmidt-Drewello, A.; Scharsack, J. P.; Reusch, T. B.H.: Comparative transcriptomics of stickleback immune gene responses upon infection by two helminth parasites, Diplostomum pseudospathaceum and Schistocephalus solidus. Zoology 119 (4), pp. 307 - 313 (2016)
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    Hafer, N.; Milinski, M.: An experimental conflict of interest between parasites reveals the mechanism of host manipulation. Behavioral Ecology 27 (3), pp. 617 - 627 (2016)
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    Hafer, N.; Milinski, M.: Inter- and intraspecific conflicts between parasites over host manipulation. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society 283 (1824), 20152870 (2016)
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    Hafer, N.: Conflicts over host manipulation between different parasites and pathogens: investigating the ecological and medical consequences. Bioessays 38 (10), pp. 1027 - 1037 (2016)
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    Henrich, T.; Kalbe, M.: The role of prezygotic isolation mechanisms in the divergence of two parasite species. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), p. 245 (2016)
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    Hilbe, C.; Hagel, K.; Milinski, M.: Asymmetric power boosts extortion in an economic experiment. PLoS One 11 (10), pp. 1 - 14 (2016)
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    Huang, Y.; Chain, F. J. J.; Panchal, M.; Eizaguirre, C.; Kalbe, M.; Lenz, T. L.; Samonte, I. E.; Stoll, M.; Bornberg-Bauer, E.; Reusch, T. B. H. et al.; Milinski, M.; Feulner, P. G. D.: Transcriptome profiling of immune tissues reveals habitat-specific gene expression between lake and river sticklebacks. Molecular Ecology 25 (4), pp. 943 - 958 (2016)
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    Kalbe, M.; Eizaguirre, C.; Scharsack, J. P.; Jakobsen, P. J.: Reciprocal cross infection of sticklebacks with the diphyllobothriidean cestode Schistocephalus solidus reveals consistent population differences in parasite growth and host resistance. Parasites & Vectors 9 (130) (2016)
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    Koch, H.; Becks, L.: The consequences of facultative sex in a prey adapting to predation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, p. n/a - n/a (2016)
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    Lenz, T. L.; Spirin, V.; Jordan, D. M.; Sunyaev, S. R.: Excess of deleterious mutations around HLA genes reveals evolutionary cost of balancing selection. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33 (10), pp. 2765 - 2766 (2016)
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    Milinski, M.: Reputation, a universal currency for human social interactions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 371 (1687), 20150100 (2016)
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    Milinski, M.; Hilbe, C.; Semmann, D.; Sommerfeld, R. D.; Marotzke, J.: Humans choose representatives who enforce cooperation in social dilemmas through extortion. Nature Communications 7, 10915 (2016)
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