Recommended preprints

The first Peer Community in has been launched in January 2017: Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology

mini_logo Wolf U. Blanckenhorn. Selection on morphological traits and fluctuating asymmetry by a fungal parasite in the yellow dung fly. bioRxiv, 136325, ver.2 of July 29, 2017.

Recommended by Rodrigo Medel (2017) Parasite-mediated selection promotes small body size in yellow dung flies. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100027. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100027


mini_logo Glander S, He F, Schmitz G, Witten A, Telschow A, de Meaux J. 2017. Assortment of flowering time and defense alleles in natural Arabidopsis thaliana populations suggests co-evolution between defense and vegetative lifespan strategies. bioRxiv ver.1 of June 19, 2017. doi: 10.1101/131136

Recommended by Xavier Picó (2017) Towards an integrated scenario to understand evolutionary patterns in A. thaliana. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100026. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100026


mini_logo Clemente SH, Santos I, Ponce AR, Rodrigues LR, Varela SAM & Magalhaes S. 2017 Despite reproductive interference, the net outcome of reproductive interactions among spider mite species is not necessarily costly. bioRxiv 113274, ver. 4 of the 30th of June 2017. doi: 10.1101/113274

Recommended by Vincent Calcagno (2017) The pros and cons of mating with strangers. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100025. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100025


mini_logo Brisson D. 2017. Negative frequency-dependent selection is frequently confounding. bioRxiv 113324, ver. 3 of 20th June 2017. doi: 10.1101/113324

Recommended by Ignacio Bravo (2017) Unmasking the delusive appearance of negative frequency-dependent selection. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100024. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100024


mini_logo Gandon S. 2017. Evolution and manipulation of vector host choice. bioRxiv 110577, ver. 3 of 7th June 2017. doi: 10.1101/110577

Recommended by Samuel Alizon (2017) Modelling the evolution of how vector-borne parasites manipulate the vector’s host choice. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100023. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100023


mini_logo Sofonea MT, Aldakak L, Boullosa LFVV and Alizon S. 2017. Can Ebola Virus evolve to be less virulent in humans? bioRxiv 108589, ver. 3 of 19th May 2017; doi: 10.1101/108589

Recommended by Virginie Ravigné & François Blanquart (2017) A new hypothesis to explain Ebola’s high virulence. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100022. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100022


mini_logo Romain Gallet, Rémy Froissart, Virginie Ravigné. Things softly attained are long retained: Dissecting the Impacts of Selection Regimes on Polymorphism Maintenance in Experimental Spatially Heterogeneous Environments. biorXiv, 100743, Ver. 3 of 30th March 2017. 10.1101/100743

Recommended by Stéphanie Bedhomme (2017) Experimental test of the conditions of maintenance of polymorphism under hard and soft selection. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100020. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100020