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Journal Article (26)

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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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    Horas, E. L.; Theodosiou, L.; Becks, L.: Why are algal viruses not always successful? Viruses 10 (9), 474, pp. 1 - 18 (2018)
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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Koch, H.; Jeschke, A.; Becks, L.: Use of ddPCR in experimental evolution studies. Methods in Ecology and Evolution (2015)
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    Hiltunen, T.; Ayan, G. B.; Becks, L.: Environmental fluctuations restrict eco-evolutionary dynamics in predator–prey system. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2015)
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    Hiltunen, T.; Becks, L.: Consumer co-evolution as an important component of the eco-evolutionary feedback. Nature Communications (2014)
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    Koch, H.; Frickel, J.; Valiadi, M.; Becks, L.: Why rapid, adaptive evolution matters for community dynamics. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution (2014)
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    Becks, L.; Agrawal, A. F.: Higher rates of sex evolve under K-selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (4), pp. 900 - 905 (2013)
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    Becks, L.; Arndt, H.: Different types of synchrony in chaotic and cyclic communities. Nature Communications (2013)
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    Becks, L.; Agrawal, A. F.: The evolution of sex is favoured during adaptation to new environments. PLoS Biology 10 (5), e1001317 (2012)
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    Becks, L.; Ellner, S. P.; Jones, L. E.; Hairston, N. G. J.: The functional genomics of an eco-evolutionary feedback loop: linking gene expression, trait evolution, and community dynamics. Ecology Letters 15 (5), pp. 492 - 501 (2012)
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    Becks, L.; Agrawal, A. F.: The effect of sex on the mean and variance of fitness in facultatively sexual rotifers. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (3), pp. 656 - 664 (2011)
 
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