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2014 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 1908   OA
Weissman D, Hallatschek O. 2014. The rate of adaptation in large sexual populations with linear chromosomes. Genetics. 196(4), 1167–1183.
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2014 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 1936   OA
Arbilly M, Weissman D, Feldman M, Grodzinski U. 2014. An arms race between producers and scroungers can drive the evolution of social cognition. Behavioral Ecology. 25(3), 487–495.
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2014 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 1932   OA
Trotter M, Weissman D, Peterson G, Peck K, Masel J. 2014. Cryptic genetic variation can make "irreducible complexity" a common mode of adaptation in sexual populations. Evolution. 68(12), 3357–3367.
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2012 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 3131   OA
Weissman D, Barton NH. 2012. Limits to the rate of adaptive substitution in sexual populations. PLoS Genetics. 8(6).
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2010 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 3303   OA
Weissman D, Feldman M, Fisher D. 2010. The rate of fitness-valley crossing in sexual populations. Genetics. 186(4), 1389–1410.
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2009 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 3304
Weissman D, Desai M, Fisher D, Feldman M. 2009. The rate at which asexual populations cross fitness valleys. Theoretical Population Biology. 75(4), 286–300.
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2007 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 3305
Desai M, Weissman D, Feldman M. 2007. Evolution can favor antagonistic epistasis. Genetics. 177(2), 1001–10.
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[7]
2014 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 1908   OA
Weissman D, Hallatschek O. 2014. The rate of adaptation in large sexual populations with linear chromosomes. Genetics. 196(4), 1167–1183.
View | DOI | Download (ext.)
 
[6]
2014 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 1936   OA
Arbilly M, Weissman D, Feldman M, Grodzinski U. 2014. An arms race between producers and scroungers can drive the evolution of social cognition. Behavioral Ecology. 25(3), 487–495.
View | DOI | Download (ext.)
 
[5]
2014 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 1932   OA
Trotter M, Weissman D, Peterson G, Peck K, Masel J. 2014. Cryptic genetic variation can make "irreducible complexity" a common mode of adaptation in sexual populations. Evolution. 68(12), 3357–3367.
View | DOI | Download (ext.)
 
[4]
2012 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 3131   OA
Weissman D, Barton NH. 2012. Limits to the rate of adaptive substitution in sexual populations. PLoS Genetics. 8(6).
View | Files available | DOI
 
[3]
2010 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 3303   OA
Weissman D, Feldman M, Fisher D. 2010. The rate of fitness-valley crossing in sexual populations. Genetics. 186(4), 1389–1410.
View | DOI | Download (ext.)
 
[2]
2009 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 3304
Weissman D, Desai M, Fisher D, Feldman M. 2009. The rate at which asexual populations cross fitness valleys. Theoretical Population Biology. 75(4), 286–300.
View | DOI
 
[1]
2007 | Journal Article | IST-REx-ID: 3305
Desai M, Weissman D, Feldman M. 2007. Evolution can favor antagonistic epistasis. Genetics. 177(2), 1001–10.
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