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  1. Polygenicity and Epistasis Underlie Fitness-Proximal Traits in the Caenorhabditis elegans Multiparental Experimental Evolution (CeMEE) Panel

    Noble, Luke M; Chelo, Ivo; Guzella, Thiago; Afonso, Bruno; Riccardi, David D; Ammerman, Patrick; Dayarian, Adel; Carvalho, Sara; Crist, Anna; Pino-Querido, Ania; Shraiman, Boris; Rockman, Matthew V; Teotónio, Henrique
    The deposited article is a pre-print version and it has not been submitted to peer reviewing. This article version was provided by bioRxiv and is the preprint first posted online Mar. 26, 2017. This publication hasn't any creative commons license associated. The deposited article version contains attached the supplementary materials within the pdf.
    - 07-dic-2017

  2. Experimental determination of invasive fitness in Caenorhabditis elegans

    Chelo, Ivo M
    The deposited article is a post-print version and has been submitted to peer reviewing. This publication hasn't any creative commons license associated. The deposited article version contains attached some supplementary materials within the pdf. Some supplementary materials are not present in the uploaded version of the article, are present in the publisher's page in the following link: https://www.nature.com/articles/nprot.2014.098#integrated-supplementary-information
    - 23-nov-2017

  3. Experimental determination of invasive fitness in Caenorhabditis elegans

    Chelo, Ivo M
    The deposited article is a post-print version and has been submitted to peer reviewing. This publication hasn't any creative commons license associated. The deposited article version contains attached some supplementary materials within the pdf. Some supplementary materials are not present in the uploaded version of the article, are present in the publisher's page in the following link: https://www.nature.com/articles/nprot.2014.098#integrated-supplementary-information
    - 24-nov-2017

  4. The role of hermaphrodites in the experimental evolution of increased outcrossing rates in Caenorhabditis elegans

    Carvalho, Sara; Chelo, Ivo M; Goy, Christine; Teotónio, Henrique
    This deposit is composed by the main article plus the supplementary materials of the publication.
    - 26-may-2017

  5. Evolution of Outcrossing in Experimental Populations of Caenorhabditis elegans

    Teotonio, Henrique; Carvalho, Sara; Manoel, Diogo; Roque, Miguel; Chelo, Ivo M.
    Caenorhabditis elegans can reproduce exclusively by self-fertilization. Yet, males can be maintained in laboratory populations, a phenomenon that continues to puzzle biologists. In this study we evaluated the role of males in facilitating adaptation to novel environments. For this, we contrasted the evolution of a fitness component exclusive to outcrossing in experimental populations of different mating systems. We introgressed a modifier of outcrossing into a hybrid population derived from several wild isolates to transform the wild-type androdioecious mating system into a dioecious mating system. By genotyping 375 single-nucleotide polymorphisms we show that the two populations had similar standing genetic diversity...
    - 09-dic-2017

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