BI508: Example Reviews from Trends in Ecology and Evolution

Aanen DK, Hoekstra RF (2007) The evolution of obligate mutualism: if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. TREE 22, 506-509.

Andersson M, Simmons LW (2006) Sexual selection and mate choice. TREE 21, 296-302.

Anderson MG, Hauber ME (2007) A recognition-free mechanism for reliable rejection of brood parasites. TREE 22, 283-286.

Archetti M, Doring TF, Hagen SB, et al. (2009) Unravelling the evolution of autumn colours: an interdisciplinary approach. TREE 24, 166-173.

Bailey NW, Zuk M (2009) Same-sex sexual behavior and evolution. TREE 24, 439-446.

Barrett LG, Thrall PH, Burdon JJ, Linde CC (2008) Life history determines genetic structure and evolutionary potential of host-parasite interactions. TREE 23, 678-685.

Bateson M, Healy SD (2005) Comparative evaluation and its implications for mate choice. TREE 20, 659-664.

Beecher MD, Brenowitz EA (2005) Functional aspects of song learning in songbirds. TREE 20, 143-149.

Birkhead TR, Brillard JP (2007) Reproductive isolation in birds: postcopulatory prezygotic barriers. TREE 22, 266-272.

Biro PA, Stamps JA (2008) Are animal personality traits linked to life-history productivity? TREE 23, 361-368.

Bonduriansky R, Chenoweth SF (2009) Intralocus sexual conflict. TREE 24, 280-288.

Bonier F, Martin PR, Moore IT, Wingfield JC (2009) Do baseline glucocorticoids predict fitness? TREE 24, 634-642.

Boomsma JJ, Franks NR (2006) Social insects: from selfish genes to self organisation and beyond. TREE 21, 303-308.

Boulinier T, Staszewski V (2008) Maternal transfer of antibodies: raising immuno-ecology issues. TREE 23, 282-288.

Bretman A, Tregenza T (2007) Strong, silent types: the rapid, adaptive disappearance of a sexual signal. TREE 22, 226-228.

Bridle JR, Vines TH (2007) Limits to evolution at range margins: when and why does adaptation fail? TREE 22, 140-147.

Brown GR, Laland KN, Mulder MB (2009) Bateman's principles and human sex roles. TREE 24, 297-304.

Candolin U, Heuschele J (2008) Is sexual selection beneficial during adaptation to environmental change? TREE 23, 446-452.

Chapman T, Arnqvist G, Bangham J, Rowe L (2003) Sexual conflict. TREE 18, 41-47.

Charmantier A, Sheldon BC (2006) Testing genetic models of mate choice evolution in the wild. TREE 21, 417-419.

Chittka L, Skorupski P, Raine NE (2009) Speed-accuracy tradeoffs in animal decision making. TREE 24, 400-407.

Conradt L, Roper TJ (2005) Consensus decision making in animals. TREE 20, 449-456.

Davis JM, Stamps JA (2004) The effect of natal experience on habitat preferences. TREE 19, 411-416.

Dial KP, Greene E, Irschick DJ (2008) Allometry of behavior. TREE 23, 394-401.

Ducrest AL, Keller L, Roulin A (2008) Pleiotropy in the melanocortin system, coloration and behavioural syndromes. TREE 23, 502-510.

Fernandez-Juricic E, Erichsen JT, Kacelnik A (2004) Visual perception and social foraging in birds. TREE 19, 25-31.

Forbes MR (2007) On sex differences in optimal immunity. TREE 22, 111-113.

Foster KR, Wenseleers T, Ratnieks FLW (2006) Kin selection is the key to altruism. TREE 21, 57-60.

Getty T (2006) Sexually selected signals are not similar to sports handicaps. TREE 21, 83-88.

Gruter C, Farina WM (2009a) The honeybee waggle dance: can we follow the steps? TREE 24, 242-247.

Hansell M, Ruxton GD (2008) Setting tool use within the context of animal construction behaviour. TREE 23, 73-78.

Harshman LG, Zera AJ (2007) The cost of reproduction: the devil in the details. TREE 22, 80-86.

Hoppitt WJE, Brown GR, Kendal R, et al. (2008) Lessons from animal teaching. TREE 23, 486-493.

Hosken DJ, Stockley P (2004) Sexual selection and genital evolution. TREE 19, 87-93.

Houston AI, Szekely T, McNamara JM (2005) Conflict between parents over care. TREE 20, 33-38.

Hughes DP, Pierce NE, Boomsma JJ (2008) Social insect symbionts: evolution in homeostatic fortresses. TREE 23, 672-677.

Hunt J, Bussiere LF, Jennions MD, Brooks R (2004) What is genetic quality? TREE 19, 329-333.

Kennedy MW, Nager RG (2006) The perils and prospects of using phytohaemagglutinin in evolutionary ecology. TREE 21, 653-655.

Kerr B, Godfrey-Smith P, Feldman MW (2004) What is altruism? TREE 19, 135-140.

Kunz TH, Hosken DJ (2009) Male lactation: why, why not and is it care? TREE 24, 80-85.

Lahti DC, Johnson NA, Ajie BC, et al. (2009) Relaxed selection in the wild. TREE 24, 487-496.

Laland KN, Janik VM (2006) The animal cultures debate. TREE 21, 542-547.

Lawniczak MKN, Barnes AI, Linklater JR, et al. (2007) Mating and immunity in invertebrates. TREE 22, 48-55.

Lebas NR (2006) Female finery is not for males. TREE 21, 170-173.

Lefevre T, Lebarbenchon C, Gauthier-Clerc M, et al. (2009) The ecological significance of manipulative parasites. TREE 24, 41-48.

Lehmann L, Foster KR, Borenstein E, Feldman MW (2008) Social and individual learning of helping in humans and other species. TREE 23, 664-671.

Magrath MJL, Komdeur J (2003) Is male care compromised by additional mating opportunity? TREE 18, 424-430.

Mays HL, Hill GE (2004) Choosing mates: good genes versus genes that are a good fit. TREE 19, 554-559.

McCallum H (2008) Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease: lessons for conservation biology. TREE 23, 631-637.

McNamara JM, Binmore K, Houston AI (2006) Cooperation should not be assumed. TREE 21, 476-478.

Mehdiabadi NJ, Reeve HK, Mueller UG (2003) Queens versus workers: sex-ratio conflict in eusocial Hymenoptera. TREE 18, 88-93.

Munday PL, Buston PM, Warner RR (2006) Diversity and flexibility of sex-change strategies in animals. TREE 21, 89-95.

Nettle D (2009) Ecological influences on human behavioural diversity: a review of recent findings. TREE 24, 618-624.

Niven JE (2007) Brains, islands and evolution: breaking all the rules. TREE 22, 57-59.

Oldroyd BP, Fewell JH (2007) Genetic diversity promotes homeostasis in insect colonies. TREE 22, 408-413.

Owens IPF (2006) Where is behavioural ecology going? TREE 21, 356-361.

Platt TG, Bever JD (2009) Kin competition and the evolution of cooperation. TREE 24, 370-377.

Ratnieks FLW, Wenseleers T (2008) Altruism in insect societies and beyond: voluntary or enforced? TREE 23, 45-52.

Reyer HU (2008) Mating with the wrong species can be right. TREE 23, 289-292.

Rubenstein DR, Hauber ME (2008) Dynamic feedback between phenotype and physiology in sexually selected traits. TREE 23, 655-658.

Rutte C, Taborsky M, Brinkhof MWG (2006) What sets the odds of winning and losing? TREE 21, 16-21.

Sachs JL, Simms EL (2006) Pathways to mutualism breakdown. TREE 21, 585-592.

Salathe M, Kouyos RD, Bonhoeffer S (2008) The state of affairs in the kingdom of the Red Queen. TREE 23, 439-445.

Schaefer HM, Ruxton GD (2009) Deception in plants: mimicry or perceptual exploitation? TREE 24, 676-685.

Schaefer HM, Schaefer V, Levey DJ (2004) How plant-animal interactions signal new insights in communication. TREE 19, 577-584.

Schnitzler HU, Moss CF, Denzinger A (2003) From spatial orientation to food acquisition in echolocating bats. TREE 18, 386-394.

Snook RR (2005) Sperm in competition: not playing by the numbers. TREE 20, 46-53.

Surridge AK, Osorio D, Mundy NI (2003) Evolution and selection of trichromatic vision in primates. TREE 18, 198-205.

ten Cate C, Rowe C (2007) Biases in signal evolution: learning makes a difference. TREE 22, 380-387.

Tibbetts EA, Dale J (2007) Individual recognition: it is good to be different. TREE 22, 529-537.

Tomkins JL, Hazel W (2007) The status of the conditional evolutionarily stable strategy. TREE 22, 522-528.

Uller T (2008) Developmental plasticity and the evolution of parental effects. TREE 23, 432-438.

Uller T, Pen I, Wapstra E, Beukeboom LW, Komdeur J (2007) The evolution of sex ratios and sex-determining systems. TREE 22, 292-297.

van Alpen JJM, Bernstein C, Driessen G (2003) Information acquisition and time allocation in insect parasitoids. TREE 18, 81-87.

Wheatcroft DJ, Price TD (2008) Reciprocal cooperation in avian mobbing: playing nice pays. TREE 23, 416-419.

Wolff JO, Macdonald DW (2004) Promiscuous females protect their offspring. TREE 19, 127-134.

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