Priklopil, T. & Lehmann, L. (2019) Invasion implies substitution in ecological communities with class-structured populations. (Accepted) BioRxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/773580 pdf
Bodova, K., Priklopil, T., Field, D.L., Barton, N.H., Pickup, M. (2018). Evolutionary pathways for the generation of new self-incompatibility haplotypes in a non-self recognition system. Genetics 209 (3): 861-883
Priklopil, T., Chatterjee, K., Nowak, M. (2017). Optional interactions and suspicious behaviour facilitates trustful cooperation in prisoners dilemma. Journal of Theoretical Biology 433: 64-72
Priklopil, T. & Chatterjee, K. (2015). Evolution of decisions in population games with sequentially searching individuals. Games 6(4): 413-437
Priklopil, T., Kisdi, E., Gyllenberg, M. (2015). Evolutionarily stable mating decisions for sequentially searching females and the stability of reproductive isolation by assortative mating. Evolution 69: 1015-1026
Priklopil, T. (2012). Mate choice and speciation: perspectives from adaptive dynamics and population genetics. PhD Thesis
Priklopil, T. (2012). Chaotic dynamics of gene frequencies in condition-dependent mating systems. Journal of Theoretical Population Biology, 82: 109-116
Priklopil, T. (2012). On invasion boundaries and unprotected coexistence of two strategies. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 64: 1137-1156
Kisdi, E. & Priklopil, T. (2011). Evolutionary branching of a magic trait. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 63: 361-397
Die Presse and Science Daily published an article about our paper "Evolutionary pathways for the generation of new self-incompatibility haplotypes in a non-self recognition system", published in Genetics.
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MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
Invasion implies substitution in metapopulations (joint work with Laurent Lehmann)
Hamiltons rule and invasion implies substitution for function-valued traits (joint work with Piret Avila and Laurent Lehmann)