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Sex-specific effects of developmental density on life history and age-dependent flight traits 132 56 21 5

Evolution of reproductive traits have no apparent life-history associated cost in populations of Drosophila melanogaster selected for cold shock resistance 132 56 21 5

Population density and temperature influence the return on maternal investment in wild house mice 132 86 5

Genetic variance in fitness and its cross-sex covariance predict adaptation during experimental evolution 132 21 5

Selection on phenotypic plasticity favors thermal canalization 132 86 21 5

Larval diet affects adult reproduction but not survival regardless of injury and infection stress in Drosophila melanogaster 132 56 5

When the microbiome defines the host phenotype: selection on vertical transmission in varying environments 132 21 5

Does offspring demand affect parental life-history trade-offs? 132 56 21 5

Variable inbreeding depression may explain associations between the mating system and herbicide resistance 132 21 5

Sexually antagonistic coevolution between the sex chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster 132 56 21 5

Sexual conflict mediated by ecological sex differences can generate diverse patterns of transgenerational plasticity 132 21 5

Seminal fluid protein divergence among populations exhibiting postmating prezygotic reproductive isolation 132 21 5

How do invasion syndromes evolve? An experimental evolution approach using the ladybird Harmonia axyridis 132 21 5

Fitness-related traits are maximized in recently introduced, slow-growing populations of an invasive clam: is this a response to strong r-selection? 132 21 5

Consequences of population structure for sex allocation and sexual conflict 132 56 21 5

Individual reversible plasticity as a genotype-level bet-hedging strategy 132 21 5

Environmental and morphological constraints interact to drive the evolution of communication signals in frogs 132 21 5

High standing genetic variation in an invasive plant allows immediate evolutionary response to climate warming 132 21 5

Polyandry and senescence shape egg size variation in a precocial bird. 183 132 21 5

Experimental manipulation of body size alters senescence in hydra 132 21 5

Selection in males purges the standing genetic load on female fitness 132 21 5

On the evolutionary feedback between genes and their extended effects in dispersal-limited groups where ecological (or cultural) inheritance is non-random within groups 132 21 5

Unique genetic signatures of local adaptation over space and time for diapause, an ecologically relevant complex trait, in Drosophila melanogaster 132 86 21 5

Molecular Evolution of the Sex Peptide Network in Drosophila 56 21 5

Environmental variation mediates the evolution of anticipatory parental effects 132 86 21 5

Insights from Fisher's geometric model on the likelihood of speciation under different histories of environmental change 132 21 5

Anomalous invasion dynamics due to dispersal polymorphism and dispersal-reproduction trade-offs 132 21 5

Larger bacterial populations evolve heavier fitness trade-offs and undergo greater ecological specialization 132 21 5

Seasonal changes in recombination rate, crossover interference, and their response to desiccation stress in a natural population of Drosophila melanogaster from India 132 21 5

Unidirectional response to bidirectional selection on body size. I. Phenotypic, life history and endocrine response. 132 21 5

P-elements strengthen reproductive isolation within the Drosophila simulans species complex 81 21 5

Individual variation in parental care drives divergence of sex roles 132 21 5

Animal personality adds complexity to the processes of adaptive divergence and speciation. 132 21 5

Optimal reproductive phenology under size-dependent cannibalism 183 132 21 5

Sex-specific responses to cold in a very cold-tolerant, northern Drosophila species 56 21 5

Neural divergence and hybrid disruption between ecologically isolated Heliconius butterflies 132 21 5

Experimental evolution confirms signatures of sexual selection in genomic divergence. 21 5

Climate gradients explain population-level divergence in drought-induced plasticity of functional traits and gene expression in a South African Protea 86 21 5

Dispersal evolution diminishes the negative density dependence in dispersal 183 21 5

Divergent selection on behavioral and chemical traits contributes to isolation between populations of Drosophila melanogaster 56 21 5

The role of maternal effects on offspring performance in familiar and novel environments 132 21 5

Feminisation of complex traits in Drosophila melanogaster via female-limited X chromosome evolution 132 56 21 5

Adaptive divergence in shoot gravitropism creates intrinsic reproductive isolation in an Australian wildflower 132 21 5

Belowground competition favors character convergence but not character displacement in root traits 132 21 5

Alteration of gut microbiota with rifampicin does not impair maternal care in the European earwig 132 30 21 5

Temperature-dependent effects of house fly proto-Y chromosomes on gene expression act independently of the sex determination pathway 21 5

Evolution of anticipatory effects mediated by epigenetic changes 132 21 5

Unidirectional response to bidirectional selection on body size. II Quantitative genetics. 132 21 5

The maintenance of polygenic sex determination depends on the dominance of fitness effects which are predictive of the role of sexual antagonism 56 21 5

The evolution of competitive ability for essential resources 99 21 5

Intraspecific variation in land use-related functional traits in Plantago lanceolata 132 21 5

The evolution of phenotypic plasticity in response to temperature stress 86 21 5

Consequences of combining life-history traits with sex-specific differences 56 21 5

Experimental evolution of virulence and associated traits in a Drosophila melanogaster - Wolbachia symbiosis 132 21 5

Human uniqueness illustrated by life history diversity among small-scale societies and chimpanzees 132 21 5

Natural selection reverses the exaggeration of a male sexually selected trait, which increases female fitness. 132 56 21 5

The evolution of seasonal migration and the slow-fast continuum of life history in birds 132 7 5

Interspecific introgression reveals a role of male genital morphology during the evolution of reproductive isolation in Drosophila 132 56 21 5

Repeated loss of variation in insect ovary morphology highlights the role of developmental constraint in life-history evolution 132 21 5

Single generation exposure to a captive diet: a primer for domestication selection in a salmonid fish? 132 21 5

Predicting evolutionary change at the DNA level in a natural Mimulus population 21 5 4

Experimental evidence that UV/yellow colouration functions as a signal of parental quality in the blue tit 132 21 5


Y-chromosome haplotypes are associated with variation in size and age at maturity in male Chinook salmon 132 56 21 5

When do opposites attract? A model uncovering the evolution of disassortative mating 132 21 5

A mobile sex-determining region, male-specific haplotypes, and rearing environment influence age at maturity in Chinook salmon 56 21 5

The genomic architecture of fitness drives population viability during rapid environmental change 21 19 5

No support for intra-nor inter-locus sexual conflict over mating latency and copulation duration in a polyandrous fruit fly 56 21 5

Sex, Age, and Parental Harmonic Convergence Behavior Affect the Immune Performance of Aedes aegypti Offspring 48 21 5

Male and female reproductive fitness costs of an immune response in natural populations 132 56 21 5

Adaptation is influenced by the complexity of environmental change during evolution in a dynamic environment 21 5

Self-reported Health is Related to Body Height and Waist Circumference in Rural Indigenous and Urbanised Latin-American Populations 132 21 5

Gene expression noise can promote the fixation of beneficial mutations in fluctuating environments 21 5

Selection of lamb size and early pregnancy in Soay sheep (Ovies aries) 132 21 5

Light environment influences mating behaviours during the early stages of divergence in tropical butterflies 132 21 5

Temperature change has the same effect as genetic variation on a morphological trait involved in reproductive isolation between Drosophila sister species 132 21 5

Competition-by-drought interactions change phenotypic plasticity and the direction of selection on Arabidopsis traits 132 21 5

Epigenetic mediation of the onset of reproduction in a songbird 86 5

The genetic architecture and evolution of life history divergence among perennials in the Mimulus guttatus species complex 132 21 5

High developmental temperature leads to low reproduction despite adult temperature 86 5

Morning glory species co-occurrence is associated with asymmetrically decreased and cascading reproductive isolation 132 21 5

Social environment drives sex and age-specific variation in Drosophila melanogaster microbiome composition and predicted function. 56 29 5

Shift in worker physiology and gene expression pattern from reproductive to diapause-like with colony age in the bumble bee Bombus impatiens 132 56 21 5

Effects of extreme hot weather on the reproductive output of great tits (Parus major, L.) in urban and natural habitats 86 17 5

Harvesting-induced evolution of collective risk-taking behavior and changes to the circadian system in a fish 132 21 5

Aberrant regulation of RNA splicing in sunflower hybrids may underlie intrinsic incompatibilities 132 21 5

Increased population density depresses activity but does not influence emigration in the snail Pomatias elegans 183 132 17 5

Adaptive divergence generates distinct plastic responses in two closely related Senecio species 132 21 5

Trans-generational effect of protein restricted diet on adult body and wing size of Drosophila melanogaster 132 56 21 5

Offspring performance is well buffered against stress experienced by ancestors 132 21 5

Evolution of cross-tolerance to environmental stresses in populations of Drosophila melanogaster selected for increased resistance to cold stress 132 56 21 5


Sex-specific transgenerational plasticity I: Maternal and paternal effects on sons and daughters 185 132 21 5

The impact of life stage and pigment source on the evolution of novel warning signal traits 21 5

Assortative mating, sexual selection and their consequences for gene flow in Littorina 132 21 5

Multivariate distributions of behavioural, morphological, and ontogenetic traits in hybrids bring new insights into the divergence of sympatric Arctic charr morphs. 132 21 5

Strong whole life-cycle inbreeding depression in Daphnia magna enhanced by partial asexuality 132 21 5

When enemies do not become friends: Experimental evolution of heat-stress adaptation in a vertically transmitted parasite 132 21 5

Natural selection maintains species despite widespread hybridization in the desert shrub Encelia 132 21 5

Spatial heterogeneity in resources alters selective dynamics in Drosophila melanogaster 21 5