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Publications

 

Koykka, C., Wild, G. 2015. The association between the emergence of cooperative breeding and clutch size. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, (in press).

Dunn, J. D., Vujicic, T., Wild, G. 2015. Sex allocation and the emergence of helpling in cooperatively breeding species. Theoretical Population Biology, 104, 1-9.

Koykka, C., Wild, G. 2015. The evolution of dispersal with leaders and followers. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 371, 117-126.

Ubeda, F., Patten, M. M., Wild, G. 2015. On the origin of sex chromosomes from meiotic drive. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, 282, 20141932.

McLeod, D. V., Wild, G. 2014. The relationship between ecology and the optimal helping strategy in cooperative breeders. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 354, 25-34.

Wild, G., Koykka, C. 2014 The inclusive-fitness logic of cooperative breeding with benefits of natal philopatry. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B, 369, 20130361

McLeod, D. V., Wild, G. 2013. Ecological constraints influence the emergence of cooperative breeding when population dynamics determine the fitness of helpers. Evolution, 67, 3221-3232.

Bao, M., Wild, G. 2012 Reproductive skew can provide a net advantage in both conditional and unconditional social interactions. Theoretical Population Biology, 82, 200-208.

Asaduzzaman, S. M., Wild, G. 2012. The evolution of dispersal conditioned on migration status. Ecology and Evolution, 2, 822-843.

Leggett, H., El Mouden, C., Wild, G., West, S. A., 2012. Promiscuity and the evolution of cooperative breeding. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 279, 1405-1411.

Wild, G., Pizzari, T., West, S. A., 2011. Sexual conflict in viscous populations: the effect of the timing of dispersal. Theoretical Population Biology, 80, 298-316.

Wild, G., 2011. Direct fitness for dynamic kin selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24: 1598-1610.

Gardner, A., West, S. A., Wild, G., 2011. The genetical theory of kin selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24: 1020-1043.

Wild, G., 2011. Inclusive fitness from multitype branching processes. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 73: 1028-1051.

Wild, G., Gardner A., West, S. A., 2009. Adaptation and the evolution of parasite virulence in a connected world. Nature, 459: 983-986. (see also comment by Wade et al., and our reply in Nature, 463: E9-E19)

Wild, G., Fernandes, A. D., 2009. Investing in the public good through conditional phenotypes of large effect. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22: 927-941.

Wild, G., West, S. A., 2009. Genomic imprinting and sex allocation. American Naturalist, 173: E1-E14.[pdf]

Wild G., 2008. Toward evolutionary graphs with two sexes: a kin selection analysis of a sex allocation problem. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 21: 1428-1437.

Taylor, P. D., Day T., Wild, G., 2007 From inclusive fitness to fixation probabilities in homogeneous structured populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 249, 101-110.

Wild, G., West, S. A., 2007. A sex allocation theory for vertebrates: combining local resource competition and condition-dependent allocation. American Naturalist, 170:E112–E128. [pdf]

Taylor, P. D., Day, T., Wild, G., 2007. The evolution of cooperation on a finite homogeneous graph. Nature, 447:469–472.

Hubbarde, J. E., Wild, G., Wahl, L. M., 2007. Estimating fixation probabilities when generation times are variable: the burst-death model. Genetics,176:1703–1712.

Wild, G., Costain, G., Day, T., 2007. An epidemiological context for the consequences of plasticity in host-pathogen interactions. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 9:221-238. [pdf]

Wild, G., Traulsen, A., 2007. The different limits of weak selection and the evolutionary dynamics of finite populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 247:382–390.

Taylor, P. D., Wild, G., Gardner, A. 2007. Direct or inclusive fitness: how shall we model kin selection? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20: 301-309. [pdf]

Wild, G., 2006. Sex ratios when helpers stay at the nest. Evolution, 60:2012–2022.

Wild, G., Taylor, P. D., 2006. Commentary—The economics of altruism and cooperation in class-structured populations: What’s in a cost? What’s in a benefit? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 19:1423–1425. [pdf]

Wild, G., Greenwood-Lee, J., Taylor, P. D., 2006. Sex allocation and dispersal in a heterogeneous two-patch environment. Theoretical Population Biology, 70: 225–235.

Taylor, P. D., Day, T., Nagy, D., Wild, G., André, J-B., Gardner, A., 2006
. The evolutionary consequence of plasticity in host-pathogen interactions. Theoretical Population Biology, 69:323–331.

Wild, G., Taylor, P. D., 2005. A kin-selection approach to the resolution of a sex-ratio conflict between mates. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 236:126–136.

Wild, G., Taylor, P. D., 2004. Fitness and evolutionary stability in game theoretic models of finite populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 271:2345–2349. [pdf]

Wild, G., Taylor, P. D., 2004. Kin selection models for the co-evolution of the sex ratio and sex-specific dispersal. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 6:481–502. [pdf]

Bidochka, M. J., Kasperski, J. E., Wild, G. A. M., 1998. Occurrence of the entomopathogenic fungi Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana in near-northern habitats. Canadian Journal of Botany, 76:1198–1204.

 

 

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