Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences

(The H4-Index of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences is 52. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Understanding the value and limits of nature-based solutions to climate change and other global challenges586
Climate change and ecosystems: threats, opportunities and solutions277
Climate change, ecosystems and abrupt change: science priorities147
National mitigation potential from natural climate solutions in the tropics143
Transposable elements as a potent source of diverse cis -regulatory sequences in mammalian genomes129
Soil microbial community responses to climate extremes: resistance, resilience and transitions to alternative states129
Impact of extreme weather conditions on European crop production in 2018120
Nature-based approaches to managing climate change impacts in cities109
Childhood as a solution to explore–exploit tensions105
The importance of intrinsic postzygotic barriers throughout the speciation process103
‘Hierarchy’ in the organization of brain networks102
Dissociable effects of prediction and integration during language comprehension: evidence from a large-scale study using brain potentials94
Mapping co-benefits for carbon storage and biodiversity to inform conservation policy and action92
The role of motile cilia in the development and physiology of the nervous system82
A historical, geographical and ecological perspective on the 2018 European summer drought82
Reframing cognition: getting down to biological basics79
How sperm competition shapes the evolution of testes and sperm: a meta-analysis77
Ecological and evolutionary mechanisms underlying patterns of phylosymbiosis in host-associated microbial communities76
Life in fluctuating environments75
Novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV (COVID-19): early estimation of epidemiological parameters and epidemic size estimates71
Challenges in control of COVID-19: short doubling time and long delay to effect of interventions71
Roles of the gut microbiota in the adaptive evolution of mammalian species70
Towards the completion of speciation: the evolution of reproductive isolation beyond the first barriers69
TheDrosophilaseminal proteome and its role in postcopulatory sexual selection68
Separating vascular and neuronal effects of age on fMRI BOLD signals65
The ecology of heterogeneity: soil bacterial communities and C dynamics64
Speciation through chromosomal fusion and fission in Lepidoptera64
Understanding the evolution of interspecies interactions in microbial communities64
Sensitivity of gross primary productivity to climatic drivers during the summer drought of 2018 in Europe64
Tipping positive change64
Climatic and local stressor interactions threaten tropical forests and coral reefs61
How does epigenetics influence the course of evolution?60
Impacts of extreme summers on European ecosystems: a comparative analysis of 2003, 2010 and 201859
The emergence of emotionally modern humans: implications for language and learning59
The evolution of mechanisms involved in vertebrate endothermy59
Citizen science and marine conservation: a global review59
Multiple global change stressor effects on phytoplankton nutrient acquisition in a future ocean58
Microbiome-mediated plasticity directs host evolution along several distinct time scales57
The study of host–microbiome (co)evolution across levels of selection57
Neural versus alternative integrative systems: molecular insights into origins of neurotransmitters57
Plant community diversity will decline more than increase under climatic warming56
Stable isotopes of fatty acids: current and future perspectives for advancing trophic ecology56
The establishment and maintenance of dominance hierarchies55
Climate change mitigation and nature conservation both require higher protected area targets55
Co-producing ecosystem services for adapting to climate change54
Community coalescence: an eco-evolutionary perspective54
Olfaction scaffolds the developing human from neonate to adolescent and beyond54
The impact of testing and infection prevention and control strategies on within-hospital transmission dynamics of COVID-19 in English hospitals54
Pathogen resistance may be the principal evolutionary advantage provided by the microbiome53
Rhesus macaques as a tractable physiological model of human ageing53
The cognitive and perceptual correlates of ideological attitudes: a data-driven approach53
Uncoupling of sarcoendoplasmic reticulum calcium ATPase pump activity by sarcolipin as the basis for muscle non-shivering thermogenesis53