Publications from the project
The following are publications arising from the Extended Evolutionary Synthesis integrative research program. Publications are also listed on the specific project page to which they relate, which you can navigate to from the Research projects page.
Adaptation of a tropical butterfly to a temperate climate
Nokelainen O, van Bergen E, Ripley BS, Brakefield PM. 2018. Biol J Linnean Soc 123(2):279–289.
Evidence of developmental niche construction in dung beetles: effects on growth, scaling and reproductive success
Schwab DB, Casasa S, Moczek AP. 2017. Ecol Lett 188(6):679-692.
Niche construction and conceptual change in evolutionary biology
Uller T, Helanterä H. 2017. Br J Philos Sci axx050.
Niche construction, sources of selection and trait coevolution
Laland KN, Odling-Smee JF, Endler J. 2017. Interface Focus 2017 7 20160147.
Signals of selection in conditionally expressed genes in the diversification of three horned beetle species.
Pespeni MH, Ladner JT, Moczek AP. 2017. J Evol Biol 10.1111/jeb.13079.
Conserved patterns of integrated developmental plasticity in a group of polyphenic tropical butterflies.
van Bergen E, Osbaldeston D, Kodandaramaiah U, Brattström O, Aduse-Poku K, Brakefield PM. 2017. BMC Evol Biol 17:59 DOI 10.1186/s12862-017-0907-1.
Control of finite critical behaviour in a small-scale social system.
Daniels BC, Krakauer DC, Flack JC. 2017. Nat Comm 8:14301.
Developmental and ecological benefits of the maternally transmitted microbiota in a dung beetle.
Schwab DB, Riggs HE, Newton ILG, Moczek AP. 2016. Am Nat 188(6):679-692.