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An Integrative Framework for Understanding the Mechanisms and Multigenerational Consequences of Transgenerational Plasticity
Transgenerational plasticity (TGP) occurs when the environment experienced by a parent influences the development of their offspring. In this article, we develop a framework for understanding the m...
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Within‐group relatedness is correlated with colony‐level social structure and reproductive sharing in a social fish
In group‐living species, the degree of relatedness among group members often governs the extent of reproductive sharing, cooperation and conflict within a group. Kinship among group members can beExpand
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Sex-specific transgenerational plasticity in threespined sticklebacks
Transgenerational plasticity (TGP) - when parental environments alter the phenotype of future generations - can influence how organisms cope with environmental change. An intriguing, underexploredExpand
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Social status influences responses to unfamiliar conspecifics in a cooperatively breeding fish
In group living animals, individuals may visit other groups. The costs and benefits of such visits for the members of a group will depend on the attributes and intentions of the visitor, and theExpand
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Isotocin neuronal phenotypes differ among social systems in cichlid fishes
Social living has evolved numerous times across a diverse array of animal taxa. An open question is how the transition to a social lifestyle has shaped, and been shaped by, the underlyingExpand
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Transgenerational Plasticity in Human-Altered Environments.
Our ability to predict how species will respond to human-induced rapid environmental change (HIREC) may depend upon our understanding of transgenerational plasticity (TGP), which occurs whenExpand
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Intragroup social dynamics vary with the presence of neighbors in a cooperatively breeding fish
Abstract Conflict is an inherent part of social life in group-living species. Group members may mediate conflict through submissive and affiliative behaviors, which can reduce aggression, stabilizeExpand
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A comparative study of an innate immune response in Lamprologine cichlid fishes
Social interactions facilitate pathogen transmission and increase virulence. Therefore, species that live in social groups are predicted to suffer a higher pathogen burden, to invest more heavily inExpand
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The role of ultraviolet coloration in intrasexual interactions in a colonial fish
Ultraviolet (UV) coloration varies drastically across species and likely plays fundamentally different roles in facilitating social communication depending on the ecological or social context. WhileExpand
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Microbial Shifts and Shorter Time to Bowel Resection Surgery Associated with C. difficile in Pediatric Crohn's Disease.
BACKGROUND Clostridioides difficile infection and colonization are common in pediatric Crohn's disease (CD). Our aims were to test the relationship between C. difficile positivity and bowel resectionExpand
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