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The impact of dominance on adaptation in changing environments 185 21 5

Dominance patterns in dynamic environments 185 21 5

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

Variable environments select for short lifespan 185 86 21 5

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

Is evolution in response to extreme events good for population persistence? 185 21 5

Competition and immune selection of multi-strain Plasmodium falciparum malaria 185 21 5

Multi-step vs. single-step resistance evolution under different drugs, pharmacokinetics and treatment regimens 185 21 5

Abundant proteins contribute strongly to noise in the growth rate of optimally growing bacteria 185 127 38 21 5

Population dynamics of decision making in temperate bacteriophages 185 127 38 21 5

Evolutionary Response to Resource Deprivation: Parallelism and Nonmonotonicity 185 21 5

Sex-specific transgenerational plasticity II: Grandpaternal effects are lineage- and sex-specific in threespined sticklebacks 185 56 21 5

A tradeoff between robustness to environmental fluctuations and speed of evolution 185 132 21 5

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

Trait plasticity and covariance along a continuous soil moisture gradient 185 21 5

Environmental variability and the evolution of bet hedging strategies 185 17 5

Mother's curse is pervasive across a large mito-nuclear Drosophila panel 185 21 5

An agent-based model of adaptation of holobionts with different microbial symbiont transmission modes 86 21 5

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

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

Intrinsic growth heterogeneity of mouse leukemia cells underlies differential susceptibility to a growth-inhibiting anticancer drug 185 155 21 5

The frailty syndrome as an emergent state of parallel dysregulation in multiple physiological systems 185 5

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

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

Adaptability and evolution of the cell polarization machinery in budding yeast 185 21 8

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

Isolation by Distance in Populations with Long-Range Dispersal 185 21 5

Testing for context-dependent effects of maternal thyroid hormones on offspring survival and physiology: an experimental approach manipulating temperature in a wild bird species 185 86 17 5

Local adaptation can cause both peaks and troughs in nucleotide diversity within populations 21 5

Cells reshape habitability of temperature by secreting antioxidants to help each other replicate and avoid population extinction 185

Eco-evolutionary feedbacks and the maintenance of metacommunity diversity in a changing environment 99 21 17 5

Eye-specific voluntary attention can induce a shift of perceptual ocular dominance 185 23 2

The Evolution and Fate of Diversity Under Hard and Soft Selection 21 5

Evolutionary Stalling and a Limit on the Power of Natural Selection to Improve a Cellular Module 21 5

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

Temporal environmental variation imposes differential selection on genomic and ecological traits of virtual plant communities 99 17 5

Lagging strand encoding promotes adaptive evolution 21 5

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

Pleiotropy allows recovery of phenotypic plasticity in constant environments 21 5

Plant carbohydrate depletion impairs water relations and spreads via ectomycorrhizal networks 185 17 5

Elevated temperature increases genome-wide selection on de novo mutations 86 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

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

Global epistasis emerges from a generic model of a complex trait 21 5

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

On phage adsorption to bacterial chains 185 127 38 5

A heuristic model of the effects of phenotypic robustness in adaptive evolution 21 5

Dorsal anterior cingulate cortex neurons only partially integrate determinants of value 185 2

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

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

Drug-induced resistance evolution necessitates less aggressive treatment 21 5

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

Genomics of experimental diversification of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in cystic fibrosis lung-like conditions 21 5

Hidden genetic variance contributes to increase the short-term adaptive potential of selfing populations 21 5

Range expansion shifts clonal interference patterns in evolving populations 21 5

Dormancy-to-death transition in yeast spores occurs due to gradual loss of gene-expressing ability 185

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

Rapid polygenic selection generates fine spatial structure among ecological niches in a well-mixed population 21 5

Genomic evolution of antibiotic resistance is contingent on genetic background following a long-term experiment with Escherichia coli 21 5

Evolution of anticipatory effects mediated by epigenetic changes 132 21 5

Diversity in CRISPR-based immunity protects susceptible genotypes by restricting phage spread and evolution 21 5

Population-level consequences of inheritable somatic mutations and the evolution of mutation rates in plants 21 5

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

Changes in Cell Size and Shape During 50,000 Generations of Experimental Evolution with Escherichia coli 21 5

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

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

The evolution of competitive ability for essential resources 99 21 5

Compensatory mutation can drive gene regulatory network evolution 21 5

Ecological consequences of intraspecific variation in coevolutionary systems 99 21 5 4

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

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

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

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

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

Protein attenuation as a mechanism of robustness to gene duplication in protein complexes 21 5


Evolutionary history determines population spread rate in a stochastic, rather than in a deterministic way 21 5

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

Phenotypic and molecular evolution across 10,000 generations in laboratory budding yeast populations 21 5

Detecting selection with a genetic cross 21 19 5 4

The effect of habitat choice on evolutionary rescue in subdivided populations 21 5

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

The adaptive architecture is shaped by population ancestry and not by selection regime 7 5

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

A hybrid stochastic-deterministic approach to explore multiple infection and evolution in HIV 38 21

Negative linkage disequilibrium between amino acid changing variants reveals interference among deleterious mutations in the human genome 21 5 4

The mechanics of Temporal Interference stimulation 185 2

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

Fitness effects of competition within and between species change across species' ranges, and reveal limited local adaptation in rainforest Drosophila 99 21 17 5

Studying models of balancing selection usingphase-type theory 21 5 4

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

The relative impact of evolving pleiotropy and mutational correlation on trait divergence 21 5

Assessing in vivo mutation frequencies and creating a high-resolution genome-wide map of fitness costs of Hepatitis C virus 21 5

Bacterial evolution in high osmolarity environments 158 21 5

Genetic and environmental canalization are not associated among altitudinally varying populations of Drosophila melanogaster 21 5

Developmental models reveal the role of phenotypic plasticity in explaining genetic evolvability 21 5

The importance of species interactions in spatially explicit eco-evolutionary community dynamics under climate change 99 86 17 5

Testing the adaptive value of sporulation in budding yeast using experimental evolution 132 21 5