Agential Behavior and Plasticity in Evolution

Papers From This Cluster

Du Crest, A., Valković, M., Ariew, A., Desmond, H., Huneman, P., & Reydon, T. A. C. (Eds.). (2023). Evolutionary Thinking Across Disciplines: Problems and Perspectives in Generalized Darwinism (Vol. 478). Springer International Publishing.

Gomez-Garrido, J., Cruz, F., Alioto, T. S., Feiner, N., Uller, T., Gut, M., Sanchez Escudero, I., Tavecchia, G., Rotger, A., Otalora Acevedo, K. E., & Baldo, L. (2023). Chromosome-level genome assembly of Lilford’s wall lizard, Podarcis lilfordi (Günther, 1874) from the Balearic Islands (Spain). DNA Research, 30(3), dsad008.

Desmond, H., & Ramsey, G. (2023). Human Success: Evolutionary Origins and Ethical Implications. Oxford University Press.

Walsh, D. M., & Rupik, G. (2023). The agential perspective: Countermapping the modern synthesis. Evolution & Development, ede.12448.

Cornwallis, C. K., Van ’T Padje, A., Ellers, J., Klein, M., Jackson, R., Kiers, E. T., West, S. A., & Henry, L. M. (2023). Symbioses shape feeding niches and diversification across insects. Nature Ecology & Evolution.

Cornwallis, C. K., Svensson-Coelho, M., Lindh, M., Li, Q., Stábile, F., Hansson, L.-A., & Rengefors, K. (2023). Single-cell adaptations shape evolutionary transitions to multicellularity in green algae. Nature Ecology & Evolution.

Thomas Reydon, PI of the “Agency and Agential Explanation in the Evolutionary Sciences” project, wrote the Open Access article “The proper role of history in evolutionary explanations” in Noûs.

Cuypers, V., Reydon, T. A. C., & Artois, T. (2022). Deceiving insects, deceiving taxonomists? Making theoretical sense of taxonomic disagreement in the European orchid genus Ophrys. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 56, 125686.

Ambrosj, J., Dierickx, K., & Desmond, H. (2023). The Value-Free Ideal of Science: A Useful Fiction? A Review of Non-epistemic Reasons for the Research Integrity Community. Science and Engineering Ethics, 29(1), 1.

Oskyrko, O., Sos, T., Vacheva, E., Vlad, S. E., Cogălniceanu, D., Uller, T., Feiner, N., & Carretero, M. A. (2022). Unravelling the origin of the common wall lizards (Podarcis muralis) in south-eastern Europe using mitochondrial evidence. Biodiversity Data Journal, 10, e90337.

Data: New sequences used in this study were submitted to GenBank under the accession        numbers ON666630-ON666679.