Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences

(The TQCC of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences is 15. 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 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Understanding the value and limits of nature-based solutions to climate change and other global challenges527
Climate change and ecosystems: threats, opportunities and solutions250
Climate change, ecosystems and abrupt change: science priorities133
National mitigation potential from natural climate solutions in the tropics132
Transposable elements as a potent source of diverse cis -regulatory sequences in mammalian genomes119
Soil microbial community responses to climate extremes: resistance, resilience and transitions to alternative states114
Impact of extreme weather conditions on European crop production in 2018108
Nature-based approaches to managing climate change impacts in cities98
Childhood as a solution to explore–exploit tensions96
‘Hierarchy’ in the organization of brain networks95
The importance of intrinsic postzygotic barriers throughout the speciation process92
Dissociable effects of prediction and integration during language comprehension: evidence from a large-scale study using brain potentials85
Mapping co-benefits for carbon storage and biodiversity to inform conservation policy and action84
A historical, geographical and ecological perspective on the 2018 European summer drought78
Realizing the potential of full-length transcriptome sequencing76
The role of motile cilia in the development and physiology of the nervous system73
How sperm competition shapes the evolution of testes and sperm: a meta-analysis69
The neurobiology of innate, volitional and learned vocalizations in mammals and birds68
Challenges in control of COVID-19: short doubling time and long delay to effect of interventions67
Life in fluctuating environments67
Reframing cognition: getting down to biological basics67
Ecological and evolutionary mechanisms underlying patterns of phylosymbiosis in host-associated microbial communities66
Towards the completion of speciation: the evolution of reproductive isolation beyond the first barriers66
Novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV (COVID-19): early estimation of epidemiological parameters and epidemic size estimates64
TheDrosophilaseminal proteome and its role in postcopulatory sexual selection61
Roles of the gut microbiota in the adaptive evolution of mammalian species61
Separating vascular and neuronal effects of age on fMRI BOLD signals60
Sensitivity of gross primary productivity to climatic drivers during the summer drought of 2018 in Europe59
Emergent microscale gradients give rise to metabolic cross-feeding and antibiotic tolerance in clonal bacterial populations58
Evolution of mechanisms and behaviour important for pain58
The ecology of heterogeneity: soil bacterial communities and C dynamics57
Tipping positive change56
Climatic and local stressor interactions threaten tropical forests and coral reefs55
Evolution of nociception and pain: evidence from fish models55
Impacts of extreme summers on European ecosystems: a comparative analysis of 2003, 2010 and 201854
Speciation through chromosomal fusion and fission in Lepidoptera54
Understanding the evolution of interspecies interactions in microbial communities54
The emergence of emotionally modern humans: implications for language and learning54
Bacterial ageing in the absence of external stressors53
How does epigenetics influence the course of evolution?53
Stable isotopes of fatty acids: current and future perspectives for advancing trophic ecology52
Plant community diversity will decline more than increase under climatic warming51
Co-producing ecosystem services for adapting to climate change51
The evolution of mechanisms involved in vertebrate endothermy51
Multiple global change stressor effects on phytoplankton nutrient acquisition in a future ocean50
The study of host–microbiome (co)evolution across levels of selection50
Uncoupling of sarcoendoplasmic reticulum calcium ATPase pump activity by sarcolipin as the basis for muscle non-shivering thermogenesis50
Citizen science and marine conservation: a global review49
Olfaction scaffolds the developing human from neonate to adolescent and beyond48
Pathogen resistance may be the principal evolutionary advantage provided by the microbiome47
Community coalescence: an eco-evolutionary perspective47
Neural versus alternative integrative systems: molecular insights into origins of neurotransmitters47
Life-history theory in psychology and evolutionary biology: one research programme or two?47
Dynamic biological adhesion: mechanisms for controlling attachment during locomotion46
Linking mitochondrial and chloroplast retrograde signalling in plants46
The cognitive and perceptual correlates of ideological attitudes: a data-driven approach46
The establishment and maintenance of dominance hierarchies46
Climate change mitigation and nature conservation both require higher protected area targets45
Continuous decisions45
The microbial exometabolome: ecological resource and architect of microbial communities45
A taxonomy for vocal learning44
The impact of testing and infection prevention and control strategies on within-hospital transmission dynamics of COVID-19 in English hospitals44
Animal cognition and the evolution of human language: why we cannot focus solely on communication44
The neurocognitive basis of knowledge about object identity and events: dissociations reflect opposing effects of semantic coherence and control44
Compartmentalization drives the evolution of symbiotic cooperation44
Microbiome-mediated plasticity directs host evolution along several distinct time scales43
Real-time nowcasting and forecasting of COVID-19 dynamics in England: the first wave43
Rhesus macaques as a tractable physiological model of human ageing42
The translatability of pain across species42
Social bonds, social status and survival in wild baboons: a tale of two sexes41
Spatial chloroplast-to-nucleus signalling involving plastid–nuclear complexes and stromules41
The chemical brain hypothesis for the origin of nervous systems41
Epigenetics and the success of invasive plants41
Evolution of master sex determiners: TGF-β signalling pathways at regulatory crossroads41
Molluscan mitochondrial genomes break the rules40
WolbachiastrainwAlbB maintains high density and dengue inhibition following introduction into a field population ofAedes aegypti40
Anthropocene refugia: integrating history and predictive modelling to assess the space available for biodiversity in a human-dominated world40
The role of female reproductive fluid in sperm competition39
Evolution of acid nociception: ion channels and receptors for detecting acid39
The role of soil in regulation of climate39
Phylogenetic conservation of soil bacterial responses to simulated global changes39
Consequences of undetected olfactory loss for human chemosensory communication and well-being39
A mechanism for learning with sleep spindles39
Dormancy dampens the microbial distance–decay relationship38
Planning for climate change through additions to a national protected area network: implications for cost and configuration38
Conceptual developments in sperm competition: a very brief synopsis38
The role of soils in regulation and provision of blue and green water38
Learning from Northern clingfish (Gobiesox maeandricus): bioinspired suction cups attach to rough surfaces38
Linguistic generalization and compositionality in modern artificial neural networks37
Hierarchy processing in human neurobiology: how specific is it?37
The future of zoonotic risk prediction37
Origins of eukaryotic excitability37
A neutral model for the loss of recombination on sex chromosomes37
Mitonuclear conflict and cooperation govern the integration of genotypes, phenotypes and environments36
Integration of new information in memory: new insights from a complementary learning systems perspective36
Novel control strategies for mosquito-borne diseases35
Physiological response of Swiss ecosystems to 2018 drought across plant types and elevation35
Towards a new taxonomy of primate vocal production learning35
The impact of school reopening on the spread of COVID-19 in England35
Neural basis of basic composition: what we have learned from the red–boat studies and their extensions35
Syntax and compositionality in animal communication35
Modelling that shaped the early COVID-19 pandemic response in the UK35
Grounding cognition: heterarchical control mechanisms in biology35
Comparative transcriptomic analysis of the mechanisms underpinning ageing and fecundity in social insects35
Empirical evidence for epigenetic inheritance driving evolutionary adaptation34
Electrophysiological signatures of memory reactivation in humans34
Genome communication in plants mediated by organelle–n­ucleus-located proteins34
The development of Anthropocene biotas34
Evolution of animal immunity in the light of beneficial symbioses33
Reconstruction of protein domain evolution using single-cell amplified genomes of uncultured choanoflagellates sheds light on the origin of animals33
Dormancy dynamics and dispersal contribute to soil microbiome resilience33
In the beginning: egg–microbe interactions and consequences for animal hosts33
Expanding the classical paradigm: what we have learnt from vertebrates about sex chromosome evolution33
Pleistocene Arctic megafaunal ecological engineering as a natural climate solution?33
Extended parenting and the evolution of cognition32
The avian W chromosome is a refugium for endogenous retroviruses with likely effects on female-biased mutational load and genetic incompatibilities32
Putting science back into microbial ecology: a question of approach32
Rude mechanicals in brain haemodynamics: non-neural actors that influence blood flow32
The epiallelic potential of transposable elements and its evolutionary significance in plants32
The adaptive origins of uniquely human sociality32
Mobile genomics: tools and techniques for tackling transposons32
The benefits of being seen to help others: indirect reciprocity and reputation-based partner choice31
Refocusing neuroscience: moving away from mental categories and towards complex behaviours31
Using historical and palaeoecological data to inform ambitious species recovery targets31
Unlocking the power of fatty acids as dietary tracers and metabolic signals in fishes and aquatic invertebrates31
Multiple sex chromosomes in teleost fishes from a cytogenetic perspective: state of the art and future challenges31
Age-related decline in executive function as a hallmark of cognitive ageing in primates: an overview of cognitive and neurobiological studies31
Understanding and combating misperceived polarization31
The male breadwinner nuclear family is not the ‘traditional’ human family, and promotion of this myth may have adverse health consequences31
A 180 Myr-old female-specific genome region in sturgeon reveals the oldest known vertebrate sex determining system with undifferentiated sex chromosomes31
Cross-species neuroscience: closing the explanatory gap30
Vocal production learning in mammals revisited30
Rhythm and timing as vulnerabilities in neurodevelopmental disorders30
The cultural evolutionary trade-off of ritualistic synchrony30
Effect of the 2018 European drought on methane and carbon dioxide exchange of northern mire ecosystems30
Individual variation and interactions explain food web responses to global warming30
Individual vocal recognition across taxa: a review of the literature and a look into the future30
The thermodynamics of thinking: connections between neural activity, energy metabolism and blood flow30
Spring enhancement and summer reduction in carbon uptake during the 2018 drought in northwestern Europe30
An evolutionary medicine perspective on pain and its disorders30
People expressing olfactory and visual cues of disease are less liked29
The human life history is adapted to exploit the adaptive advantages of culture29
Altered energy partitioning across terrestrial ecosystems in the European drought year 201829
Metabolically cohesive microbial consortia and ecosystem functioning29
Behaviour, biology and evolution of vocal learning in bats29
Diversity of cilia-based mechanosensory systems and their functions in marine animal behaviour29
Behavioural and physiological plasticity in social hierarchies29
Mathematical models for cell migration: a non-local perspective29
Control of malaria-transmitting mosquitoes using gene drives29
How is epigenetics predicted to contribute to climate change adaptation? What evidence do we need?29
Effects of sleep and waking on the synaptic ultrastructure29
Rules of collective migration: from the wildebeest to the neural crest29
Ancient RNA virus epidemics through the lens of recent adaptation in human genomes29
A brief review of vertebrate sex evolution with a pledge for integrative research: towards ‘sexomics29
Linking microbial communities to ecosystem functions: what we can learn from genotype–phenotype mapping in organisms29
The critical importance of experimentation in biomarker-based trophic ecology29
Unshifting the baseline: a framework for documenting historical population changes and assessing long-term anthropogenic impacts28
Earth as construction material in the circular economy context: practitioner perspectives on barriers to overcome28
Symbiosis and stress: how plant microbiomes affect host evolution28
Multi-omic detection of Mycobacterium leprae in archaeological human dental calculus28
Adaptive behaviour and learning in slime moulds: the role of oscillations28
Adaptive mechanisms driving maladaptive pain: how chronic ongoing activity in primary nociceptors can enhance evolutionary fitness after severe injury28
A sleep spindle framework for motor memory consolidation28
The relationship between genome size and metabolic rate in extant vertebrates28
Shifted distribution baselines: neglecting long-term biodiversity records risks overlooking potentially suitable habitat for conservation management28
Sound sequences in birdsong: how much do birds really care?28
Benthic-based contributions to climate change mitigation and adaptation28
Photosynthetic signalling during high light stress and recovery: targets and dynamics28
Coral evolutionary responses to microbial symbioses28
The fingerprint of the summer 2018 drought in Europe on ground-based atmospheric CO 2 measurements27
Discrimination between nociceptive reflexes and more complex responses consistent with pain in crustaceans27
The role of epigenetics, particularly DNA methylation, in the evolution of caste in insect societies27
What makes a megaplasmid?27
Price's equation made clear27
Linking regional shifts in microbial genome adaptation with surface ocean biogeochemistry27
The need to account for cell biology in characterizing predatory mixotrophs in aquatic environments27
Sex chromosomes in meiotic, hemiclonal, clonal and polyploid hybrid vertebrates: along the ‘extended speciation continuum'27
Sex-specific effects of mitochondrial haplotype on metabolic rate inDrosophila melanogastersupport predictions of the Mother's Curse hypothesis27
Effects of drought and meteorological forcing on carbon and water fluxes in Nordic forests during the dry summer of 201827
Sperm competition and fertilization mode in fishes27
Major histocompatibility complex-associated odour preferences and human mate choice: near and far horizons26
Neuronal coordination of motile cilia in locomotion and feeding26
Genome-wide patterns of divergence and introgression after secondary contact betweenPungitiussticklebacks26
The multi-dimensional nature of vocal learning26
Involuntary autobiographical memories and their relation to other forms of spontaneous thoughts26
Seminal fluid and accessory male investment in sperm competition26
Human olfactory communication: current challenges and future prospects26
The role of the microbiome in host evolution26
Analysing brain networks in population neuroscience: a case for the Bayesian philosophy26
Selfish, promiscuous and sometimes useful: how mobile genetic elements drive horizontal gene transfer in microbial populations26
An assay for chemical nociception inDrosophilalarvae26
Elementary nervous systems26
Identification of proteins in the adhesive trails of the diatom Amphora coffeaeformis26
Small RNAs and chromatin in the multigenerational epigenetic landscape of Caenorhabditis elegans26
Contribution of unfixed transposable element insertions to human regulatory variation26
Changes in net ecosystem exchange over Europe during the 2018 drought based on atmospheric observations26
Epithelial–mesenchymal plasticity: emerging parallels between tissue morphogenesis and cancer metastasis25
Multiscale mechanics of mucociliary clearance in the lung25
Exploring surveillance data biases when estimating the reproduction number: with insights into subpopulation transmission of COVID-19 in England25
Reafference and the origin of the self in early nervous system evolution25
The bouba/kiki effect is robust across cultures and writing systems25
Arabidopsis RNA Polymerase IV generates 21–22 nucleotide small RNAs that can participate in RNA-directed DNA methylation and may regulate genes25
Disentangling the intertwined roles of mutation, selection and drift in the mitochondrial genome25
The description–experience gap: a challenge for the neuroeconomics of decision-making under uncertainty25
Neural systems that facilitate the representation of social rank25
Unconscious mental imagery25
Shifting sociality during primate ageing25
Analysis of floodplain forest sensitivity to drought25
The ecology and evolution of synchronized reproduction in long-lived plants24
The evolution of competitive ability for essential resources24
Climate change and plant reproduction: trends and drivers of mast seeding change24
Chloroplast-associated molecular patterns as concept for fine-tuned operational retrograde signalling24
On transposons and totipotency24
Uncovering cognitive similarities and differences, conservation and innovation24
Collective minds: social network topology shapes collective cognition24
Drosophila menthol sensitivity and the Precambrian origins of transient receptor potential-dependent chemosensation24
Modern models of trophic meta-communities24
More than just summed neuronal activity: how multiple cell types shape the BOLD response24
Role of soil in the regulation of human and plant pathogens: soils' contributions to people24
Identifying adhesive components in a model tunicate23
Drought and heatwave impacts on semi-arid ecosystems' carbon fluxes along a precipitation gradient23
The role of ritual behaviour in anxiety reduction: an investigation of Marathi religious practices in Mauritius23
Combined cultivation and single-cell approaches to the phylogenomics of nucleariid amoebae, close relatives of fungi23
Dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 with waning immunity in the UK population23
A spatial model of COVID-19 transmission in England and Wales: early spread, peak timing and the impact of seasonality23
Sweet solutions: nectar chemistry and quality23
The Neolithic Demographic Transition in the Central Balkans: population dynamics reconstruction based on new radiocarbon evidence23
Evolutionary transitions in learning and cognition23
As soon as there was life, there was danger: the deep history of survival behaviours and the shallower history of consciousness23
Multi-locus interactions and the build-up of reproductive isolation23
How can microbial population genomics inform community ecology?23
Design, delivery and perception of condition-dependent chemical signals in strepsirrhine primates: implications for human olfactory communication22
Retrograde signals from endosymbiotic organelles: a common control principle in eukaryotic cells22
Multi-scale analysis and modelling of collective migration in biological systems22
Linking the mitochondrial genotype to phenotype: a complex endeavour22
Postzygotic reproductive isolation established in the endosperm: mechanisms, drivers and relevance22
Shut and re-open: the role of schools in the spread of COVID-19 in Europe22
Early-life injury produces lifelong neural hyperexcitability, cognitive deficit and altered defensive behaviour in the squid Euprymna scolopes22
The impact of occasional drought periods on vegetation spread and greenhouse gas exchange in rewetted fens22
A data-driven method for reconstructing and modelling social interactions in moving animal groups22
Church attendance and alloparenting: an analysis of fertility, social support and child development among English mothers22
The plastid transcription machinery and its coordination with the expression of nuclear genome: Plastid-Encoded Polymerase, Nuclear-Encoded Polymerase and the Genomes Uncoupled 1-mediated retrograde c22
Transposable elements contribute to the genomic response to insecticides in Drosophila melanogaster22
Computational validity: using computation to translate behaviours across species22
Anthropogenic hybridization at sea: three evolutionary questions relevant to invasive species management22
Three decades of sperm competition in birds22
Interspecies comparison of sea star adhesive proteins22
Children are important too: juvenile playgroups and maternal childcare in a foraging population, the Agta22
Sperm and alternative reproductive tactics: a review of existing theory and empirical data22
Exploring the underwater silken architectures of caddisworms: comparative silkomics across two caddisfly suborders21
On the methods for reactivation and replay analysis21
Bio-sensing technologies in aquaculture: how remote monitoring can bring us closer to our farm animals21
Encoding fear intensity in human sweat21
Sex chromosome evolution among amniotes: is the origin of sex chromosomes non-random?21
The whole prefrontal cortex is premotor cortex21
Collective dynamics of sperm cells21
On the completion of speciation21
The optimal timing of teaching and learning across the life course21
The centennial of the pecking order: current state and future prospects for the study of dominance hierarchies21
Asymmetries in the cilia ofChlamydomonas21
Sperm competition in squamate reptiles21
Using a household-structured branching process to analyse contact tracing in the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic21
CRISPR-Cas is associated with fewer antibiotic resistance genes in bacterial pathogens21
An atlas of transposable element-derived alternative splicing in cancer21
A roadmap towards predicting species interaction networks (across space and time)21
The genomes uncoupled -dependent signalling pathway coordinates plastid biogenesis with the synthesis of anthocyanins21
The gender-binary cycle: the perpetual relations between a biological-essentialist view of gender, gender ideology, and gender-labelling and sorting21
Phase synchronization varies systematically with linguistic structure composition21
Gossip and reputation in everyday life21
Fatty acid bioconversion in harpacticoid copepods in a changing environment: a transcriptomic approach21
The syntax–semantics interface in animal vocal communication21
The origins of human cumulative culture: from the foraging niche to collective intelligence20
A review on trade-offs at the warm and cold ends of geographical distributions20
Spontaneous electrical low-frequency oscillations: a possible role inHydraand all living systems20
Differential attraction in mosquito–human interactions and implications for disease control20
Toward a dynamical understanding of microbial communities20
Bistability of somatic pattern memories: stochastic outcomes in bioelectric circuits underlying regeneration20
The specific biochemistry of human axilla odour formation viewed in an evolutionary context20
Reorganization of complex ciliary flows around regeneratingStentor coeruleus20
The steering gaits of sperm20
Going with the flow: insights fromCaenorhabditis eleganszygote polarization20
The territories of governance : unpacking the ontologies and geophilosophies of fixed to flexible ocean management, and beyond20
Why do imagery and perception look and feel so different?20
Inversion invasions: when the genetic basis of local adaptation is concentrated within inversions in the face of gene flow20
Towards a phylogenetic ecology of plant pests and pathogens20
A brief history of masting research20
Ritual explained: interdisciplinary answers to Tinbergen's four questions20
Did pre-Columbian populations of the Amazonian biome reach carrying capacity during the Late Holocene?20
Mesoderm patterning by a dynamic gradient of retinoic acid signalling20
Cilia-driven flows in the brain third ventricle20
The timing of genetic degeneration of sex chromosomes20
Targeted metagenomic recovery of four divergent viruses reveals shared and distinctive characteristics of giant viruses of marine eukaryotes20
Multicellular behaviour enables cooperation in microbial cell aggregates19
Competitive gossip: the impact of domain, resource value, resource scarcity and coalitions19
Some people just want to watch the world burn: the prevalence, psychology and politics of the ‘Need for Chaos’19
Scratching beneath the surface: intentionality in great ape signal production19
Lessons from an unusual vertebrate sex-determining gene19
Thermophysiologies of Jurassic marine crocodylomorphs inferred from the oxygen isotope composition of their tooth apatite19
Future trends in measuring physiology in free-living animals19
Why do plasmids manipulate the expression of bacterial phenotypes?19
Exploring modularity in biological networks19
Conceptual challenges in microbial community ecology19
Costs of reproduction and ageing in the human female19
Heart rate as a measure of emotional arousal in evolutionary biology19
Three-dimensional structure of Megabalanus rosa Cement Protein 20 revealed by multi-dimensional NMR and molecular dynamics simulations19
The role of soil in the contribution of food and feed19
Housing microbial symbionts: evolutionary origins and diversification of symbiotic organs in animals19
Coordinated activities of retrosplenial ensembles during resting-state encode spatial landmarks19
Quasi-compositional mapping from form to meaning: a neural network-based approach to capturing neural responses during human language comprehension19
The meaning-making mechanism(s) behind the eyes and between the ears19
A consensus statement: defining terms for reactivation analysis19
Non-stomatal processes reduce gross primary productivity in temperate forest ecosystems during severe edaphic drought19
Synchrony and symmetry-breaking in active flagellar coordination19
Chemosensory communication of aggression: women's fine-tuned neural processing of male aggression signals19
Regional variation in neurovascular coupling and why we still lack a Rosetta Stone19
Age-associated epigenetic change in chimpanzees and humans19
Directly modelling population dynamics in the South American Arid Diagonal using 14 C dates19
Approaching prehistoric demography: proxies, scales and scope of the Cologne Protocol in European contexts19
Body odours as a chemosignal in the mother–child relationship: new insights based on an human leucocyte antigen-genotyped family cohort19
The role of soils in the disposition, sequestration and decontamination of environmental contaminants19
Reputation and punishment sustain cooperation in the optional public goods game19
Selection, adaptation, inheritance and design in human culture: the view from the Price equation18
Household bubbles and COVID-19 transmission: insights from percolation theory18
Combining morphology, behaviour and genomics to understand the evolution and ecology of microbial eukaryotes18
The evolution of strong reproductive isolation between sympatric intertidal snails18
Preventing postnatal depression: a causal mediation analysis of a 20-year preconception cohort18
Can the genomics of ecological speciation be predicted across the divergence continuum from host races to species? A case study inRhagoletis18
Microbiota–host interactions shape ageing dynamics18
Genetic sexing strains for the population suppression of the mosquito vector Aedes aegypti18
Comparative studies of endocannabinoid modulation of pain18
Evaluating the impact of physical frailty during ageing in wild chimpanzees ( Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii )18
Widespread correlation of KRAB zinc finger protein binding with brain-developmental gene expression patterns18
An assessment of temporal variability in mast seeding of North American Pinaceae18
The transcription factor ANAC017 is a key regulator of mitochondrial proteotoxic stress responses in plants18
The European carbon cycle response to heat and drought as seen from atmospheric CO 2 data for 1999–201818
Unique fatty acid desaturase capacities uncovered in Hediste diversicolor illustrate the roles of aquatic invertebrates in trophic upgrading18
Using single-cell transcriptomics to understand functional states and interactions in microbial eukaryotes18
Shared intentionality, reason-giving and the evolution of human culture18
Dynamic heterogeneity influences the leader–follower dynamics during epithelial wound closure18
Biophysical models of dispersal contribute to seascape genetic analyses18
Persistence of pain in humans and other mammals18
Mapping social distancing measures to the reproduction number for COVID-1918
Individuality, self and sociality of vascular plants18
Sexual selection after gamete release in broadcast spawning invertebrates18
Variola virus genome sequenced from an eighteenth-century museum specimen supports the recent origin of smallpox17
Temperature variability alters the stability and thresholds for collapse of interacting species17
Retrograde signalling in a virescent mutant triggers an anterograde delay of chloroplast biogenesis that requires GUN1 and is essential for survival17
Harnessing employment-based social assistance programmes to scale up nature-based climate action17
Organellar protein multi-functionality and phenotypic plasticity in plants17
Death happy: adaptive ageing and its evolution by kin selection in organisms with colonial ecology17
Visualization is crucial for understanding microbial processes in the ocean17
Optimal integration between host physiology and functions of the gut microbiome17
Short interspersed nuclear element (SINE)-mediated post-transcriptional effects on human and mouse gene expression: SINE-UP for active duty17
The emergence of collective knowledge and cumulative culture in animals, humans and machines17
Neural ensemble reactivation in rapid eye movement and slow-wave sleep coordinate with muscle activity to promote rapid motor skill learning17
Vocal learning as a preadaptation for the evolution of human beat perception and synchronization17
Were the synapsids primitively endotherms? A palaeohistological approach using phylogenetic eigenvector maps17
Ideology, communication and polarization17
Autistic traits in synaesthesia: atypical sensory sensitivity and enhanced perception of details17
Understanding mast seeding for conservation and land management17
The Burramys Project: a conservationist's reach should exceed history's grasp, or what is the fossil record for?17
Neuroscience needs evolution17
Social hierarchies and social networks in humans17
Are humans constantly but subconsciously smelling themselves?17
The Price equation and evolutionary epidemiology17
Why are rhizobial symbiosis genes mobile?17
Testing the role of intraflagellar transport in flagellar length control using length-altering mutants ofChlamydomonas17
Characteristics of the 100 largest modern zoonotic disease outbreaks17
General theory of topological explanations and explanatory asymmetry17
The language of cooperation: reputation and honest signalling17
Interdisciplinary challenges for elucidating human olfactory attractiveness17
Impact of mitonuclear interactions on life-history responses to diet17
Ageing and sociality: why, when and how does sociality change ageing patterns?17
Reproducible research into human chemical communication by cues and pheromones: learning from psychology's renaissance17
Costs dictate strategic investment in dominance interactions17
Re-evaluating vocal production learning in non-oscine birds17
The role of soils in habitat creation, maintenance and restoration16
The unity and diversity of the ciliary central apparatus16
Sex-chromosome evolution in frogs: what role for sex-antagonistic genes?16
Reputation and socio-ecology in humans16
The uses and abuses of tree thinking in cultural evolution16
Respiratory evolution in archosaurs16
Phanerozoic parasitism and marine metazoan diversity: dilution versus amplification16
Benchmarking Oxford Nanopore read assemblers for high-quality molluscan genomes16
Evolution of behavioural control from chordates to primates16
Cilia oscillations16
Circling the drain: the extinction crisis and the future of humanity16
Cilia in the developing zebrafish ear16
Bias, incompleteness and the ‘known unknowns’ in the Holocene faunal record16
New ancient Eastern European Yersinia pestis genomes illuminate the dispersal of plague in Europe16
Evidence for cumulative cultural evolution in bird song16
Genetic pest management and the background genetics of release strains16
Social information use and social information waste16
Sticky problems: extraction of nucleic acids from molluscs16
Linking paternally inherited mtDNA variants and sperm performance16
Oxidative stress and senescence in social insects: a significant but inconsistent link?16
Cardiomyocyte mechanodynamics under conditions of actin remodelling16
The dynamics of dominance: open questions, challenges and solutions16
Choanoflagellates and the ancestry of neurosecretory vesicles16
Transposable elements have contributed human regulatory regions that are activated upon bacterial infection16
The expression and characterization of recombinant cp19k barnacle cement protein from Pollicipes pollicipes16
A manifesto for palaeodemography in the twenty-first century16
Experience and sleep-dependent synaptic plasticity: from structure to activity16
Group and individual selection during evolutionary transitions in individuality: meanings and partitions16
Evolutionary dynamics of pre- and postzygotic reproductive isolation in cichlid fishes15
Mapping between sound, brain and behaviour: four-level framework for understanding rhythm processing in humans and non-human primates15
Cultural evolution and prehistoric demography15
The cultural evolution of cultural evolution15
When does cultural evolution become cumulative culture? A case study of humpback whale song15
To catch a hijacker: abundance, evolution and genetic diversity of P4-like bacteriophage satellites15
Interaction-dependent effects of surface structure on microbial spatial self-organization15
Corrections of political misinformation: no evidence for an effect of partisan worldview in a US convenience sample15
Trophic rewilding presents regionally specific opportunities for mitigating climate change15
Synaesthesia: a distinct entity that is an emergent feature of adaptive neurocognitive differences15
Late Glacial and Early Holocene human demographic responses to climatic and environmental change in Atlantic Iberia15
Within-ejaculate sperm competition15
Cell intercalation in a simple epithelium15
The evolution of brain architectures for predictive coding and active inference15
Chemosensing versus mechanosensing in nodal and Kupffer's vesicle cilia and in other left–right organizer organs15
Fatty acid metabolism and modifications in Chironomus riparius15
Stepwise evolution of a butterfly supergene via duplication and inversion15
Animal tag technology keeps coming of age: an engineering perspective15
On folding morphogenesis, a mechanical problem15
Networks of reliable reputations and cooperation: a review15
Pronounced somatic bottleneck in mitochondrial DNA of human hair15
Modelling meaning composition from formalism to mechanism15
The conflict within: origin, proliferation and persistence of a spontaneously arising selfish mitochondrial genome15
Dominance in humans15
Ecological limits to evolutionary rescue15
Dissecting the interaction of photosynthetic electron transfer with mitochondrial signalling and hypoxic response in the Arabidopsis rcd1 mutant15
Chloroplast-to-nucleus retrograde signalling controls intercellular trafficking via plasmodesmata formation15
What can animal communication teach us about human language?15
Paleogenomic insights into the red complex bacteria Tannerella forsythia in Pre-Hispanic and Colonial individuals from Mexico15
The developmental support hypothesis: adaptive plasticity in neural development in response to cues of social support15
Sex bias in intergroup conflict and collective movements among social mammals: male warriors and female guides15
Mitochondrial retrograde signalling in neurological disease15
Molecular regulation of lifespan extension in fertile ant workers15
The potential of fatty acid isotopes to trace trophic transfer in aquatic food-webs15
Carrying capacity, population density and the later Pleistocene expression of backed artefact manufacturing traditions in Africa15
Active perception during angiogenesis: filopodia speed up Notch selection of tip cells in silico and in vivo 15