Journal Article (392)

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    Lenz, T. L.: Adaptive value of novel MHC immune gene variants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115 (7), pp. 1414 - 1416 (2018)
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    Frickel, J.; Feulner, P. G.D.; Karakoc, E.; Becks, L.: Population size changes and selection drive patterns of parallel evolution in a host-virus system. Nature Communications 9, 1706 (2018)
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    Pierini, F.; Lenz, T. L.: Divergent Allele advantage at human MHC Genes: signatures of past and ongoing selection. Molecular Biology and Evolution, msy116, pp. 1 - 14 (2018)
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    Haag, C. R.; Theodosiou, L.; Zahab, R.; Lenormand, T.: Low recombination rates in sexual species and sex-asex transitions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 372 (1736), 20160461 (2017)
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    Huang, W.; Traulsen, A.; Werner, B.; Hiltunen, T.; Becks, L.: Dynamical trade-offs arise from antagonistic coevolution and decrease intraspecific diversity. Nature Communications (2017)
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    Frickel, J.; Theodosiou, L.; Becks, L.: Rapid evolution of hosts begets species diversity at the cost of intraspecific diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (42), pp. 11193 - 11198 (2017)
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    Kasper, C.; Vierbuchen, M.; Ernst, U.; Fischer, S.; Radersma, R.; Raulo, A.; Cunha-Saraiva, F.; Wu, M.; Mobley, K. B.; Taborsky, B.: Genetics and developmental biology of cooperation. Molecular Ecology 26 (17), pp. 4364 - 4377 (2017)
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    Andreou, D.; Eizaguirre, C.; Boehm, T.; Milinski, M.: Mate choice in sticklebacks reveals that immunogenes can drive ecological speciation. Behavioral Ecology 28 (4), pp. 953 - 961 (2017)
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    Milinski, M.: Economics: Corruption made visible. Nature Human Behaviour 1 (7), 0144 (2017)
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    Sentis, A.; Binzer, A.; Boukal, D. S.: Temperature-size responses alter food chain persistence across environmental gradients. Ecology Letters 20 (7), pp. 852 - 862 (2017)
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    Calvignac-Spencer, 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 (2017)
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    Jungwirth, A.; Wedell, N.; Bshary, R.; Milinski, M.: Animal personalities: an empty placeholder feigning understanding: a comment on Beekman and Jordan. Behavioral Ecology 28 (3), pp. 629 - 630 (2017)
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    Hagel, K.; Milinski, M.; Marotzke, J.: The level of climate-change mitigation depends on how humans assess the risk arising from missing the 2°C target. Palgrave Communications, 17027 (2017)
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    Cairns, J.; Becks, L.; Jalasvuori, M.; Hiltunen, T.: Sublethal streptomycin concentrations and lytic bacteriophage together promote resistance evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 (1712), 20160040 (2017)
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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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    Ehrlich, E.; Becks, L.; Gaedke, U.: Trait–fitness relationships determine how trade-off shapes affect species coexistence. Ecology 98 (12), pp. 3188 - 3198 (2017)
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    Hafer, N.: Differences between populations in host manipulation by the tapeworm Schistocephalus solidus – is there local adaptation? Parasitology, pp. 1 - 8 (2017)
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    Hiltunen, T.; Kaitala, V.; Laakso, J.; Becks, L.: Evolutionary contribution to coexistence of competitors in microbial food webs. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1864), 20170415 (2017)
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    Maitre, D.; Selmoni, O. M.; Uppal, A.; da Cunha, L. M.; Wilkins, L. G. E.; Roux, J.; Mobley, K. B.; Castro, I.; Knörr, S.; Robinson-Rechavi, M. et al.; Wedekind, C.: Sex differentiation in grayling (Salmonidae) goes through an all-male stage and is delayed in genetic males who instead grow faster. Scientific Reports 7, 15024 (2017)
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