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The epidemiological signature of pathogen populations that vary in the relationship between free-living survival and virulence 155 21 5

Using changes in host demographic rates to reveal the effects of infection with hidden variable models 155 83 5 4

No evidence for cross-contextual consistency in spatial learning and behavioural flexibility in a passerine 155 30 21 5 2

The role of habitat configuration in shaping animal population processes: a framework to generate quantitative predictions 155 38 17 5 4

Elucidating relationships between P.falciparum prevalence and measures of genetic diversity with a combined genetic-epidemiological model of malaria 155 83 38 21 5 4

Population structure across scales facilitates coexistence and spatial heterogeneity of antibiotic-resistant infections 155 5

Evolution of behavioral resistance in host-pathogen systems 155 30 21 5

Spatiotemporal variation in drivers of parasitism in a wild wood mouse population 155 17 5

Emergent behavioral organization in heterogeneous groups of a social insect 155 30 5 2

Social networks predict the life and death of honey bees 155 30 2

Estimating the extrinsic incubation period of malaria using a mechanistic model of sporogony 155 48 38 5

Inter-specific Variability in Demographic Processes Affects Abundance-Occupancy Relationships 155 38 17 5

Bumblebee worker body size affects new worker production in different resource environments 155 17 5

Changes in group size during resource shifts reveal drivers of sociality across the tree of life 155 30 21 5

Measuring social networks in primates: wearable sensors vs. direct observations 155 30 4 2

Fine-scale spatial patterns of wildlife disease are common and understudied 155 17 5

Reactivation of latent infections with migration shapes population-level disease dynamics 155 99 17 5

The role of "spillover" in antibiotic resistance 155 5

Distinguishing within from between individual effects: How to use the within-individual centering method for quadratic pattern 155 83 38 21 5

Cognitive performance and stress responsiveness in the Trinidadian Guppy: a multivariate approach 155 30 21 5 2

Size- and stage-dependence in cause-specific mortality of migratory brown trout 183 155 17 5

Genetic variation in dispersal plasticity in an aquatic host-parasite model system 155 21 5

The impacts of body mass on immune cell concentrations in birds 155 5

Shift work dynamics and division of labor: honeybee foraging and fanning tasks 155 30 5

A modelling exercise to show why population models should incorporate distinct life histories of dispersers 155 38 21 5

Exploring the impact of lesser-known social dynamics on wolf populations through an individual-based approach 155 17 5

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

Life-long telomere attrition predicts health and lifespan in a large mammal 155 132 5

Variation and variability in Drosophila grooming behavior 155 30 5 2

On the mechanistic roots of an ecological law: parasite aggregation 155 38 17 5

Hurricane-induced demographic changes in a nonhuman primate population 155 17 5

A spatial model of the plant circadian clock reveals design principles for coordinated timing under noisy environments 155 38

A colony-level optimisation model provides a potential mechanism for the evolution of novel castes in eusocial ant colonies 155 21 5

Bridging the gap: Using reservoir ecology and human serosurveys to estimate Lassa virus incidence in West Africa 155 37 4

Tolerance of liver fluke infection varies between breeds and producers in Scottish beef cattle 155 5

The relationship between eDNA particle concentration and organism abundance in nature is strengthened by allometric scaling 155 17 5 4

Phenotypic delay in the evolution of bacterial antibiotic resistance: mechanistic models and their implications 185 21 5

How to use random walks for modeling the movement of wild animals 30 4

Towards an evolutionarily appropriate null model: jointly inferring demography and purifying selection 83 21 5 4

A Connectivity-based Psychometric Prediction Framework for Brain-behavior Relationship Studies 155 22 2

Negative feedback may suppress variation to improve collective foraging performance 155 30 5

The influence of liver fluke infection on production in sheep and cattle: a meta-analysis 155 15 5

Behavioural relevance of spontaneous, transient brain network interactions in fMRI 22 2

Host-parasite dynamics set the ecological theatre for the evolution of state- and context-dependent dispersal in hosts 21 5

Social information use shapes the coevolution of sociality and virulence 21 5

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

Worker-behavior and behavior-behavior interaction networks in the trap-jaw ant Odontomachus chelifer (Latreille, 1802) 155 30 5

Spatial point locations explain a range of social network positions in a wild ungulate 155 17 5

Facilitative priority effects drive parasite assembly under coinfection 155 5

Keeping the kids at home can limit the persistence of contagious pathogens in social animals 155 5

Conditional repeatability and the variance explained by reaction norm variation in random slope models 155 30 5 4

To group or not to group: Effect of prolonged exposure to predation and resource availability on the shoaling behaviour of zebrafish (Danio rerio) 30 5

Population dynamics with spatial structure and an Allee effect 155 38 5

The Nature of Genetic Susceptibility to Multiple Sclerosis 155 5

Priority effects and season length shape long-term competition dynamics 99 17 5

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

Identifying causes of social evolution: The Price approach, contextual analysis, and multilevel selection 155 21 5

Ecological theory predicts ecosystem stressor interactions in freshwater ecosystems, but highlights the strengths and weaknesses of the additive null model 17 5 4

Coupled Dynamics of Behavior and Disease Contagion Among Antagonistic Groups 155 5

Increased variation in sex organ positions can increase reciprocity and pollination success in heterostylous plant populations 155 5

Ecological success of sexual and asexual reproductive strategies invading an environmentally unstable habitat 5

Estimating inbreeding and its effects in a long-term study of snapdragons (Antirrhinum majus) 155 21 5

Uncovering modeling features of viral replication dynamics from high-throughput single-cell virology experiments 38 21 4

Fluid and crystallised intelligence are associated with distinct regionalisation patterns of cortical morphology 155 22 2

Bridging parametric and nonparametric measures of species interactions unveils new insights of non-equilibrium dynamics 99 17 5

Cultural evolution by capital accumulation 155 21 5

Mechanistic macroecology: exploring the drivers of latitudinal variation in terrestrial body size in a General Ecosystem Model 155 17 5

Predicting global dynamics of spatial microbial communities from local interaction rules 158 99 38 17 5

A model of developmental canalization, applied to human cranial form 155 21 5

Strain background, species frequency and environmental conditions are important in determining population dynamics and species co-existence between Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus 99 5

Will an outbreak exceed available resources for control? Estimating the risk from invading pathogens using practical definitions of a severe epidemic 155 83 17 5 4

Multi-Level Multi-Growth Models: New opportunities for addressing developmental theory using longitudinal designs 155 38 4

Range expansion shifts clonal interference patterns in evolving populations 21 5

On the effect of asymmetrical trait inheritance on models of trait evolution 83 21 5 4

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

Accounting for body mass effects in the estimation of field metabolic rates from body acceleration 155 83 15 4

Bipartite network analysis of ant-task associations reveals task groups and absence of colonial daily activity 155 30 2

Trait-environment relationships are predictive, but not general across species 17 5

Exploring patterns of ongoing thought under naturalistic and task-based conditions 155 2

Breaking Apart Contact Networks with Vaccination 155 5

Uncertainty-driven regulation of learning and exploration in adolescents: A computational account 58 23 2

Experimental parasite community perturbation reveals associations between Sin Nombre virus and gastrointestinal nematodes in a rodent reservoir host 155 5

Taxonomic, temporal, and spatial variation in the dynamics of High-Arctic arthropod populations 17 5

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

Opportunities and limits of combining microbiome and genome data for complex trait prediction 19 4

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

Threshold assessment, categorical perception, and the evolution of reliable signaling 30 23 21 5 2

Long-term repeatability in social behaviours suggests stable social phenotypes in wild chimpanzees 30 5

The crustacean Armadillidium vulgare (Latreille, 1804) (Isopoda: Oniscoidea), a new promising model for the study of cellular senescence 155 5

Measuring ontogenetic shifts in central-place foraging insects: a case study with honey bees 155 30 4

Shared and unique brain network features predict cognition, personality and mental health in childhood 22 2

The role of higher-order biotic interactions on tropical tree growth 99 17 5

An evolutionary trade-off between parasite virulence and dispersal at experimental invasion fronts 21 5

Temperature impacts the transmission of malaria parasites by Anopheles gambiae and Anopheles stephensi mosquitoes 48 17 5

Modeling the demography of species providing extended parental care: A capture-recapture multievent model with a case study on Polar Bears (Ursus maritimus) 83 17 5 4

A demogenetic agent based model for the evolution of traits and genome architecture under sexual selection 21 5

How well do crop modeling groups predict wheat phenology, given calibration data from the target population? 182 83 38 4

Phylogenetic and metabolic diversity have contrasting effects on the ecological functioning of bacterial communities 17 5

Variation in space and time: a long-term examination of density-dependent dispersal in a woodland rodent 17 5

Adaptive evolution shapes the present-day distribution of the thermal sensitivity of population growth rate 86 21 5