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The strategic revolution
(2016-09-08) - Journal item
Intragroup and intragenomic conflict over chemical defense against predators
(2018-03) - Journal article
Insects are often chemically-defended against predators. There is considerable evidence for a group-beneficial element to their defences, and an associated potential for individuals to curtail their own investment in costly ...
Simultaneous failure of two sex-allocation invariants : implications for sex-ratio variation within and between populations
(2015-07) - Journal article
Local mate competition (LMC) occurs when male relatives compete for mating opportunities, and may favour the evolution of female-biased sex allocation. LMC theory is among the most well-developed and empirically-supported ...
Mother and offspring in conflict : why not?
(2015-03-18) - Journal item
(2015-08) - Journal item
The first American Naturalist appeared in March 1867. In a countdown to the 150th anniversary, the editors have solicited short commentaries on articles from the past that deserve a second look.
Misconceptions on the application of biological market theory to the mycorrhizal symbiosis
(2016-05-04) - Journal item
Evolutionary theory of human warfare : genes, individuals, groups
(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-26) - Thesis
The constant philopater hypothesis : a new life history invariant for dispersal evolution
(2016-01) - Journal article
Surprising invariance relationships have emerged from the study of social interaction, whereby a cancelling-out of multiple partial effects of genetic, ecological or demographic parameters means that they have no net impact ...