Publications in Yearbook 2017

Journal Article

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Abou Chakra, M.; Hilbe, C.; Traulsen, A.: Coevolutionary interactions between farmers and mafia induce host acceptance of avian brood parasites. Royal Society Open Science 3 (5) (2016)
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Amado, A.; Fernández, L.; Huang, W.; Ferreira, F. F.; Campos, P. R.A.: Competing metabolic strategies in a multilevel selection model. Royal Society Open Science 3, 160544 (2016)
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Benesh, D. P.; Kalbe, M.: Experimental parasite community ecology: intraspecific variation in a large tapeworm affects community assembly. Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (4), pp. 1004 - 1013 (2016)
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Bolte, P.; Bleibaum, F.; Einwich, A.; Gunther, A.; Liedvogel, M.; Heyers, D.; Depping, A.; Wohlbrand, L.; Rabus, R.; Janssen-Bienhold, U. et al.; Mouritsen, H.: Localisation of the putative magnetoreceptive protein Cryptochrome 1b in the retinae of migratory birds and homing pigeons. PLoS One 11 (3), e0147819 (2016)
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Boss, J.; Liedvogel, M.; Lundberg, M.; Olsson, P.; Reischke, N.; Naurin, S.; Åkesson, S.; Hasselquist, D.; Wright, A.; Grahn, M. et al.; Bensch, S.: Gene expression in the brain of a migratory songbird during breeding and migration. BMC Movement Ecology (2016)
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Böttcher, M. A.; Nagler, J.: Promotion of cooperation by selective group extinction. New Journal of Physics (2016)
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Boynton, P. J.; Stelkens, R.; Kowallik, V.; Greig, D.: Measuring microbial fitness in a field reciprocal transplant experiment. Molecular Ecology Resources, p. n/a - n/a (2016)
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Boynton, P. J.; Greig, D.: Species richness influences wine ecosystem function through a dominant species. Fungal Ecology (2016)
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Boynton, P. J.; Greig, D.: Fungal diversity and ecosystem function data from wine fermentation vats and microcosms. Data in Brief 8, pp. 225 - 229 (2016)
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Bumann, S.; Lensink, R.: Capital account liberalization and income inequality. Journal of International Money and Finance 61, pp. 143 - 162 (2016)
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Büttner, K.; Krieter, J.; Traulsen, A.; Traulsen, I.: Epidemic spreading in an animal trade network – comparison of distance-based and network-based control measures. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases (2016)
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Czypionka, T.; Reeves, G.; Vanhamel, M.; De Meester, L.: Assessing hatching rates and the timing of hatching from plankton resting stages—an accurate and cost effective high throughput approach. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 14 (11), pp. 718 - 724 (2016)
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Degl'Innocenti, A.; Parrilla, M.; Harr, B.; Teschke, M.: The mouse solitary odorant receptor gene promoters as models for the study of odorant receptor gene choice. PloS One (2016)
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Delmore, K. E.; Liedvogel, M.: Investigating factors that generate and maintain variation in migratory orientation: A primer for recent and future work. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience (2016)
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Delmore, K. E.; Toews, D.P.L.; Germain, R.R.; Owens, G.L.; Irwin, D.E.: The genetics of seasonal migration and plumage color. Current Biology 26 (16), pp. 2167 - 2173 (2016)
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Dennenmoser, S.; Vamosi, S. M.; Nolte, A. W.; Rogers, S. M.: Adaptive genomic divergence under high gene flow between freshwater and brackish-water ecotypes of prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) revealed by Pool-Seq. Molecular Ecology 26, pp. 25 - 42 (2017)
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Dirksen, P.; Marsh, S. A.; Braker, I.; Heitland, N.; Wagner, S.; Nakad, R.; Mader, S.; Petersen, C.; Kowallik, V.; Rosenstiel, P. et al.; Felix, M.-A.; Schulenburg, H.: The native microbiome of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans: gateway to a new host-microbiome model. BMC Biology (2016)
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Du, J.; Wu, B.; Wang, L.: Aspiration dynamics and the sustainability of resources in the public goods dilemma. Physics Letters. A 380 (16), pp. 1432 - 1436 (2016)
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Dutheil, J. Y.; Mannhaupt, G.; Schweizer, G.; Sieber, C. M.; Münsterkötter, M.; Güldener, U.; Schirawski, J.; Kahmann, R.: A tale of genome compartmentalization: the evolution of virulence clusters in smut fungi. Genome biology and evolution (2016)
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Frickel, J.; Sieber, M.; Becks, L.: Eco-evolutionary dynamics in a coevolving host–virus system. Ecology Letters (2016)
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