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Lab Publications

updated Nov_2017

Chelo, I.M., B. Afonso, S. Carvalho, I. Theologidis, C. Goy, A. Pino-Querido, S.R. Proulx, Henrique Teotónio. 2017. Partial selfing eliminates inbreeding depression while maintaining genetic diversity. Preprint at bioRxiv, doi : 10.1101/210005

Guzella, T.S., S. Dey, I.M. Chelo, A. Pino-Querido, V.F. Pereira, S.R. Proulx and H. Teotónio. 2017. Slower environmental change hinders adaptation from standing genetic variation. Preprint at bioRxiv, doi : 10.1101/203760.

Noble L., I. Chelo, T. Guzella, B. Afonso, D. Riccardi, P. Ammerman, A. Pino-Querido, S. Carvalho, A. Crist, A. Dayarian, B. Shraiman, M. Rockman and H. Teotónio. 2017. Polygenicity and epistasis underlie fitness-proximal traits in the Caenorhabditis elegans multiparental experimental evolution (CeMEE) panel. Genetics, in Press. Preprint at bioRxiv, doi:10.1101/120865.

Teotónio H., S. Estes, P.C. Phillips and C.F. Baer. 2017. Evolution experiments with Caenorhabditis nematodes. Genetics 206 : 691-716, doi : 10.1534/genetics.115.186288.

Proulx S.R. and H. Teotónio. 2017. What kind of maternal effects are selected for fluctuating environments ? American Naturalist 189 : E000, doi:10.1086/691423.

Poullet N., A. Vielle, C. Gimond, S. Carvalho, H. Teotónio and C. Braendle. 2016. Complex heterochrony underlies the evolution of hermaphrodite self-fertility and sex allocation in experimental C. elegans populations. Evolution 30 : 2357-2369, doi : 10.1111/evo.13032.

Dey S., S.R. Proulx and H. Teotónio. 2016. Adaptation to temporally fluctuating environments by the evolution of maternal effects. PLOS Biology, 14:e1002388.

Braendle, C. and H. Teotónio. 2015. Caenorhabditis nematodes as model organisms to study trait variation and its evolution. Worm, 4:e1021109, doi : 10.1080/21624054.2015.1021109.

Theologidis, I., I.M. Chelo, C. Goy and H. Teotónio. 2014. Reproductive assurance drives transitions to self-fertilization in experimental Caenorhabditis elegans. BMC Biology, 12:93, doi : 10.1186/s12915-014-0093-1.

Carvalho, S., P.C. Phillips and H. Teotónio. 2014. Hermaphrodite life history and the maintenance of partial selfing in experimental populations of Caenorhabditis elegans. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14:117, doi : 10.1186/1471-2148-14-117.

Carvalho, S., I.M. Chelo, C. Goy and H. Teotónio. 2014. The role of hermaphrodites in the experimental evolution of increased outcrossing rates in Caenorhabditis elegans. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14:116, doi : 10.1186/1471-2148-14-116.

Chelo, I.M. 2014. Experimental determination of invasive fitness in Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature Protocols 6 : 1392.

Chelo, I.M., S. Carvalho, S.R. Proulx and H. Teotónio. 2013. The genetic basis and experimental evolution of inbreeding depression in Caenorhabditis elegans. Heredity, 112 : 248, doi : 10.1038/hdy.2013.100.

Chelo, I.M., J. Nédli, I. Gordo and H. Teotónio. 2013. An experimental test on the probability of extinction of new genetic variants. Nature Communications 4. doi : 10.1038/ncomms3417.

Chelo, I.M. and H. Teotónio. 2013. The opportunity for balancing selection in experimental populations of Caenorhabditis elegans. Evolution 67:142, doi : 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01744.x.

Bradic, M., H. Teotónio and R. Borowsky. 2013. The population genomics of repeated evolution in the blind cavefish Astyanax mexicanus. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 11 : 2383, doi : 10.1093/molbev/mst136.

Carneiro, M., S.J. E. Baird, S. Afonso, E. Ramirez, P. Tarroso, H. Teotónio, R. Villafuerte, M. W. Nachman and N. Ferrand. 2013. Steep clines within a highly permeable genome across a hybrid zone between two subspecies of the European rabbit. Molecular Ecology 22 : 2511, doi : 10.1111/mec.12272.

Teotónio H., S. Carvalho, D. Manoel, M. Roque and I.M. Chelo. 2012. Evolution of outcrossing in experimental populations of Caenorhabditis elegans. PLOS One 7 : doi : 10.1371/journal.pone.0035811.

Bradic, M., J. Costa, and I.M. Chelo. 2011. Genotyping with Sequenom. In : Molecular Methods for Evolutionary Genetics, eds.V. Orgogozo, and M. Rockman. Humana Press, New York.

Teotónio H., I.M. Chelo, M. Bradic, M.R. Rose and A.D. Long. 2009. Experimental evolution reveals natural selection on standing genetic variation. Nature Genetics 41:251.

Estes, S. and H. Teotónio. 2009. The experimental study of reverse evolution. In : Experimental Evolution, eds. T. Garland and M.R. Rose. University of California Press, LA, USA.

Teotónio H., M.R. Rose and S. Proulx. 2009. Phenotypic plasticity and evolvability : an empirical test with experimental evolution. In : Phenotypic Plasticity in Insects, eds. D. Whitman and T.N. Ananthakrishnan. Science Publishers, Inc. Plymouth, UK.

Lopes P., E Sucena, M Santos, and S. Magalhães. 2008. Rapid experimental evolution of pesticide resistance in C. elegans entails no costs and affects the mating system. PLoS ONE 3:e374.

Manoel D., S. Carvalho, P.C. Phillips and H. Teotónio. 2007. Selection against males in Caenorhabditis elegans. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 274 : 417.

Carvalho S., A. Barrière, and A.P. daSilva. 2006. The world of a worm : a framework for Caenorhabditis evolution. EMBO reports 7 : 981.

Teotónio H., D. Manoel and P.C. Phillips. 2006. Genetic variation for outcrossing among Caenorhabditis elegans isolates. Evolution 60:1300.