experimental evolution; drosophila; behaviour; behavioral genetics; learning; bonus-of-excellence; evolution; natural selection; adaptation; memory; nutritional stress
(2014), Fruit flies learn to avoid odours associated with virulent infection., in Biology letters
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(2014), Male cognitive performance declines in the absence of sexual selection., in Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society
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(2014), Virulent bacterial infection improves aversive learning performance in Drosophila melanogaster, in Brain Behavior and Immunity
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(2013), Drosophila rely on learning while foraging under semi-natural conditions., in Ecology and evolution
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(2013), The impact of learning on selection-driven speciation., in Trends in ecology & evolution
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(2012), Adaptation to Abundant Low Quality Food Improves the Ability to Compete for Limited Rich Food in Drosophila melanogaster, in PLOS ONE
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(2012), Chronic malnutrition favours smaller critical size for metamorphosis initiation in Drosophila melanogaster, in JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
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(2012), Evolution of foraging behaviour in response to chronic malnutrition in Drosophila melanogaster., in Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society
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(2012), Experimental evolution, in Trends in Ecology and Evolution
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(2011), Adaptation to larval malnutrition does not affect fluctuating asymmetry in Drosophila melanogaster, in Biological Journal of the Linnear Society
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(2011), Plastic and evolutionary responses of cell size and number to larval malnutrition in Drosophila melanogaster, in JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
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(2010), Dietary restriction affects lifespan but not cognitive aging in Drosophila melanogaster, in Aging Cell
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(2010), Effects of inbreeding on aversive learning in Drosophila, in JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
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(2010), Evolutionary ecology of learning: insights from fruit flies, in POPULATION ECOLOGY
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