Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences

(The H4-Index of Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences is 41. 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.)
Global shifts in mammalian population trends reveal key predictors of virus spillover risk214
Towards a unified study of multiple stressors: divisions and common goals across research disciplines169
Crop production in the USA is frequently limited by a lack of pollinators141
An introduction to phylosymbiosis126
Pollination by hoverflies in the Anthropocene95
The role of the gut microbiome in sustainable teleost aquaculture83
Key questions for modelling COVID-19 exit strategies83
Deconstructing sociality: the types of social connections that predict longevity in a group-living primate81
The ecology of human–nature interactions78
Autocatalytic chemical networks at the origin of metabolism76
Role of the intestinal microbiome in low-density polyethylene degradation by caterpillar larvae of the greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella65
A comparison of eDNA to camera trapping for assessment of terrestrial mammal diversity64
Towards a taxonomically unbiased European Union biodiversity strategy for 203063
The force–length–velocity potential of the human soleus muscle is related to the energetic cost of running61
What would it take to describe the global diversity of parasites?60
Games academics play and their consequences: how authorship,h-index and journal impact factors are shaping the future of academia59
Microplastics negatively affect soil fauna but stimulate microbial activity: insights from a field-based microplastic addition experiment59
Do novel insecticides pose a threat to beneficial insects?59
Native biodiversity collapse in the eastern Mediterranean58
Fast diversification through a mosaic of evolutionary histories characterizes the endemic flora of ancient Neotropical mountains57
A deepening understanding of animal culture suggests lessons for conservation55
Continent-wide effects of urbanization on bird and mammal genetic diversity52
Diet contributes to urban-induced alterations in gut microbiota: experimental evidence from a wild passerine52
Deficits in functional trait diversity following recovery on coral reefs52
When everything changes at once: finding a new normal after genome duplication52
Genome size evolution: towards new model systems for old questions50
Three-dimensional digital mapping of ecosystems: a new era in spatial ecology49
Long-term shifts in the colony size structure of coral populations along the Great Barrier Reef49
Evolution of a multifunctional trait: shared effects of foraging ecology and thermoregulation on beak morphology, with consequences for song evolution48
Changes in taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity in the Anthropocene47
Sex differences in moral judgements across 67 countries47
Body shape diversification along the benthic–pelagic axis in marine fishes47
Perspective on musculoskeletal modelling and predictive simulations of human movement to assess the neuromechanics of gait46
The deteriorating soma and the indispensable germline: gamete senescence and offspring fitness46
Global determinants of prey naiveté to exotic predators46
Transient receptor potential channels: current perspectives on evolution, structure, function and nomenclature45
Pace and stability of embryonic development affect telomere dynamics: an experimental study in a precocial bird model44
Navigating cross-cultural research: methodological and ethical considerations44
Gradual replacement of wild bees by honeybees in flowers of the Mediterranean Basin over the last 50 years44
Maximum CO2diffusion inside leaves is limited by the scaling of cell size and genome size43
Reduced thermal tolerance of massive coral species in a highly variable environment42
Pesticide and resource stressors additively impair wild bee reproduction41
The Archean origin of oxygenic photosynthesis and extant cyanobacterial lineages41
Fire and grazing determined grasslands of central Madagascar represent ancient assemblages41
Ecological mechanisms explaining interactions within plant–hummingbird networks: morphological matching increases towards lower latitudes41
Fossils improve phylogenetic analyses of morphological characters41