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The first Peer Community in has been launched in January 2017: Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology followed Peer Community in Paleontology and Peer Community in Ecology in January 2018

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mini_logo Dellicour S, Baele G, Dudas G, Faria NR, Pybus OG, Suchard MA, Rambaud A and Lemey P (2018) Phylodynamic assessment of intervention strategies for the West African Ebola virus outbreak. bioRxiv, 163691, ver. 3 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/163691

Recommended by Samuel Alizon (2018) Simulating the effect of public health interventions using dated virus sequences and geographical data. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100046. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100046

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mini_logo  Bailey BF, Qianyun Guo Q and Bataillon T. 2018. Identifying drivers of parallel evolution: A regression model approach. BiorXiv, 118695, ver. 4 peer-reviewed byPeer Community In Evolutionary Biologydoi.org/10.1101/118695

Recommended by Stéphanie Bedhomme (2018) A new statistical tool to identify the determinant of parallel evolution. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 10004510.24072/pci.evolbiol.100045

 

 

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mini_logo Chazot N, Willmott KR, Lamas G, Freitas AVL, Piron-Prunier F, Arias CF, Mallet J, De-Silva DL and Elias M. 2017. Renewed diversification following Miocene landscape turnover in a Neotropical butterfly radiation. BioRxiv 148189, ver. 4 peer-reviewed byPeer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/148189

Recommended by Richard H Ree (2017) The influence of environmental change over geological time on the tempo and mode of biological diversification, revealed by Neotropical butterflies. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 10003210.24072/pci.evolbiol.100032

 

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mini_logo  Kamiya T, Mideo N and Alizon S. 2017. Coevolution of virulence and immunosuppression in multiple infections. bioRxiv, 149211, ver. 7 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/149211

Recommended by Sara Magalhaes (2017) Two parasites, virulence and immunosuppression: how does the whole thing evolve? Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100043. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100043

 

 

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mini_logo   Figuet E, Ballenghien M, Lartillot N and Galtier N. 2017. Reconstruction of body mass evolution in the Cetartiodactyla and mammals using phylogenomic data. bioRxiv, 139147, ver. 3 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/139147

Recommended by Bruce Rannala (2017) Predicting small ancestors using contemporary genomes of large mammals. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100042.10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100042

 

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mini_logo Diala Abu Awad and Denis Roze. Effects of partial selfing on the equilibrium genetic variance, mutation load and inbreeding depression under stabilizing selection. Biorxiv, 2017, 180000, ver. 4 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology10.1101/180000

Recommended by Aneil F. Agrawal (2017) Understanding genetic variance, load, and inbreeding depression with selfing. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100041. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100041

 

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mini_logo Louis Raynal, Jean-Michel Marin, Pierre Pudlo, Mathieu Ribatet, Christian P. Robert, Arnaud Estoup. ABC random forests for Bayesian parameter inference. arxiv, 2017, 1605.05537v4 [stat.ME], peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biologyhttps://arxiv.org/pdf/1605.05537

Recommended by Michael Blum (2017) Machine learning methods are useful for Approximate Bayesian Computation in evolution and ecology. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100036. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100036

 

 

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mini_logo  Frédéric Suffert, Henriette Goyeau, Ivan Sache, Florence Carpentier, Sandrine Gelisse, David Morais, Ghislain Delestre. 2017. Epidemiological trade-off between intra- and interannual scales in the evolution of aggressiveness in a local plant pathogen population. bioRxiv, 151068, peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/151068

Recommended by Benoît Moury (2017) The pace of pathogens’ adaptation to their host plants. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100039. doi: 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100039

 

 

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mini_logo Cédric Chauve, Akbar Rafiey, Adrian A. Davin, Celine Scornavacca, Philippe Veber, Bastien Boussau, Gergely J Szöllosi, Vincent Daubin, and Eric Tannier. 2017. MaxTiC: Fast ranking of a phylogenetic tree by Maximum Time Consistency with lateral gene transfers. bioRxiv, 127548, ver. 6 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: doi :0.1101/127548

Recommended by Tatiana Giraud & Toni Gabaldón (2017). Dating nodes in a phylogeny using inferred horizontal gene transfers. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100037. doi: 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100037

 

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mini_logo Novo, FJ. 2017. Evolutionary analysis of candidate non-coding elements regulating neurodevelopmental genes in vertebrates. bioRxiv, 150482, ver. 4 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/150482

Recommended by Marc Robinson-Rechavi (2017) Combining molecular information on chromatin organisation with eQTLs and evolutionary conservation provides strong candidates for the evolution of gene regulation in mammalian brains. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100035. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100035

 

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mini_logo Macdonald SL, Llewelyn J and Phillips BL. 2017. Using connectivity to identify climatic drivers of local adaptation. bioRxiv, 145169, ver. 4 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/145169

Recommended by Ruth Arabelle Hufbauer (2017) A new approach to identifying drivers of local adaptation. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100034. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100034

 

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mini_logo  Pirie MD, Maas PJM, Wilschut R, Melchers-Sharrott H and Chatrou L. 2017. Parallel diversifications of Cremastosperma and Mosannona (Annonaceae), tropical rainforest trees tracking Neogene upheaval of the South American continent. bioRxiv, 141127, ver. 3 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/141127

Recommended by Hervé Sauquet (2017) Unravelling the history of Neotropical plant diversification. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100033. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100033

 

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mini_logo Loire E and Galtier N. 2017. Lacking conservation genomics in the giant Galápagos tortoise. bioRxiv 101980, ver. 4 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/101980

Recommended by Michael C. Fontaine (2017) A genomic perspective is needed for the re-evaluation of species boundaries, evolutionary trajectories and conservation strategies for the Galápagos giant tortoises. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100031. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100031

 

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mini_logo Dawson E, Bailly T, Dos Santos J, Moreno C, Devilliers M, Maroni B, Sueur C, Casali A, Ujvari B, Thomas F, Montagne J and Mery F. 2017. An interaction between cancer progression and social environment in Drosophila. BiorXiv, 143560, ver. 3 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/143560

Recommended by Ana Rivero (2017) Cancer and loneliness in Drosophila. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology, 100030. 10.24072/pci.evolbiol.100030

 

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mini_logo Wolf U. Blanckenhorn. 2017. Selection on morphological traits and fluctuating asymmetry by a fungal parasite in the yellow dung fly. bioRxiv, 136325, ver.2 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. https://doi.org/10.1101/136325

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

 

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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, 131136, ver.1 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. 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

 

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mini_logo Clemente SH, Santos I, Ponce AR, Rodrigues LR, Varela SAM and Magalhaes S. 2017. Despite reproductive interference, the net outcome of reproductive interactions among spider mite species is not necessarily costly. bioRxiv, 113274, ver. 4 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. 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

 

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mini_logo Brisson D. 2017. Negative frequency-dependent selection is frequently confounding. bioRxiv, 113324, ver. 3 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. 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

 

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mini_logo Gandon S. 2017. Evolution and manipulation of vector host choice. bioRxiv, 110577, ver. 3 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. 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

 

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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 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1101/108589

Recommended by Virginie Ravigné and 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 Gallet R, Froissart R and Ravigné V. 2017. Things softly attained are long retained: Dissecting the Impacts of Selection Regimes on Polymorphism Maintenance in Experimental Spatially Heterogeneous Environments. biorXiv, 100743, ver. 3 peer-reviewed by Peer Community In Evolutionary Biology. 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

 

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