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Journal Article (29)

  1. 21.
    Journal Article
    Becks, L.; Agrawal, A. F.: The evolution of sex is favoured during adaptation to new environments. PLoS Biology 10 (5), e1001317 (2012)
  2. 22.
    Journal Article
    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)
  3. 23.
    Journal Article
    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)
  4. 24.
    Journal Article
    Ellner, S. P.; Becks, L.: Rapid prey evolution and the dynamics of two-predator food webs. Theoretical Ecology 4 (2), pp. 133 - 152 (2011)
  5. 25.
    Journal Article
    Becks, L.; Agrawal, A. F.: Higher rates of sex evolve in spatially heterogeneous environments. Nature (London) 468 (7320), pp. 89 - 92 (2010)
  6. 26.
    Journal Article
    Becks, L.; Ellner, S. P.; Jones, L. E.; Hairston Jr., N. G.: Reduction of adaptive genetic diversity radically alters eco-evolutionary community dynamics. Ecology Letters 13 (8), pp. 989 - 997 (2010)
  7. 27.
    Journal Article
    Jones, L. E.; Becks, L.; Ellner, S. P.; Hairston Jr., N. G.; Yoshida, T.; Fussmann, G. F.: Rapid contemporary evolution and clonal food web dynamics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 364 (1523), pp. 1579 - 1591 (2009)
  8. 28.
    Journal Article
    Becks, L.; Arndt, H.: Transitions from stable equilibria to chaos, and back, in an experimental food web. Ecology 89 (11), pp. 3222 - 3226 (2008)
  9. 29.
    Journal Article
    Becks, L.; Hilker, F. M.; Malchow, H.; Jürgens, K.; Arndt, H.: Experimental demonstration of chaos in a microbial food web. Nature 435 (7046), pp. 1226 - 1229 (2005)

Book Chapter (1)

  1. 30.
    Book Chapter
    Becks, L.; Alavi, Y.: Using Microevolution to explain the macroevolutionary observations for the evolution of sex. In: Macroevolution: Explanation, Interpretation and Evidence, Vol. 2, Online Ed., pp. 279 - 299 (Eds. Serrelli, E.; Gontier, N.). Springer International Publishing, Schweiz (2015)

Conference Report (1)

  1. 31.
    Conference Report
    Becks, L.: Eco-evolutionary dynamics in plankton communities. Sixth European Phycological Congress, London, August 23, 2015 - August 28, 2015. European Journal of Phycology 50 (1), p. 86 - 86 (2015)

Thesis - PhD (4)

  1. 32.
    Thesis - PhD
    Theodosiou, L.: The role of the environment in eco-evolutionary feedback dynamics. Dissertation, 148 pp., Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel (2018)
  2. 33.
    Thesis - PhD
    Ayan, G. B.: Using experimental evolution to evaluate diversification of Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 in complex environments. Dissertation, 102 pp., Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel (2017)
  3. 34.
    Thesis - PhD
    Frickel, J.: Eco-evolutionary dynamics in host-virus systems. Dissertation, 121 Seiten pp., Plön (2016)
  4. 35.
    Thesis - PhD
    Koch, H.: Evaluating the significance of predator-prey interactions for the evolution and maintenance of sexual reproduction. Dissertation, 116 Blätter pp., Kiel University, Kiel (2016)

Thesis - Master (1)

  1. 36.
    Thesis - Master
    Gundlach, C.: Eco-evolutionary effects on infectious disease dynamics in metacommunities. Master, 64 Seiten pp., Kiel University, Kiel (2016)
 
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