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Is plasticity caused by single genes?

Acculturation orientations affect the evolution of a multicultural society

Quorum sensing integrates environmental cues, cell density and cell history to control bacterial competence

The evolution of costly mate choice against segregation distorters

Regulatory mechanisms link phenotypic plasticity to evolvability

Negotiation and appeasement can be more effective drivers of sociality than kin selection

Focus on the success of others leads to selfish behavior

Evolutionary tipping points in the capacity to adapt to environmental change

Diversifying evolution of competitiveness

Consistent individual differences in human social learning strategies

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People become more selfish when they focus on others’ success, study notes

Environmental "tipping points" key to predicting extinctions

Mossels bevestigen theorie Albert Einstein

Capturing the many facets of evolvability

MARM - Modelling adaptive response mechanisms

Mendel was actually looking for innovative crops

Interview Franjo Weissing

How does a bacterium make sense of the world?

Theoretical biologist Franjo Weissing to receive Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship

Evolution of competitiveness

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