R. Tucker Gilman
R. Tucker Gilman
Department of Earth and Environmental Science, University of Manchester
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Hybridization, species collapse, and species reemergence after disturbance to premating mechanisms of reproductive isolation
RT Gilman, JE Behm
Evolution 65 (9), 2592-2605, 2011
Coevolution in multidimensional trait space favours escape from parasites and pathogens
RT Gilman, SL Nuismer, DC Jhwueng
Nature 483 (7389), 328-330, 2012
Sexual dimorphism and speciation on two ecological coins: patterns from nature and theoretical predictions
IA Cooper, RT Gilman, JW Boughman
Evolution 65 (9), 2553-2571, 2011
Evolution of plant–pollinator mutualisms in response to climate change
RT Gilman, NS Fabina, KC Abbott, NE Rafferty
Evolutionary Applications 5 (1), 2-16, 2012
Sensitivity of plant–pollinator–herbivore communities to changes in phenology
NS Fabina, KC Abbott, RT Gilman
Ecological Modelling 221 (3), 453-458, 2010
Left-handedness is associated with greater fighting success in humans
T Richardson, RT Gilman
Scientific Reports 9, 15402, 2019
Modelling interventions to control COVID-19 outbreaks in a refugee camp
RT Gilman, S Mahroof-Shaffi, C Harkensee, AT Chamberlain
BMJ global health 5 (12), e003727, 2020
How can conservation biology inform the practice of Integrated River Basin Management?
RT Gilman, RA Abell, CE Williams
International Journal of River Basin Management 2 (2), 135-148, 2004
The uses and implications of avian vocalizations for conservation planning
RN Lewis, LJ Williams, RT Gilman
Conservation Biology 35 (1), 50-63, 2021
Competition for resources can explain patterns of social and individual learning in nature
M Smolla, RT Gilman, T Galla, S Shultz
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1815), 20151405, 2015
Targeted metagenomics approach to capture the biodiversity of Saccharomyces genus in wild environments
HF Alsammar, S Naseeb, LB Brancia, RT Gilman, P Wang, D Delneri
Environmental microbiology reports 11 (2), 206-214, 2019
Sexual imprinting: what strategies should we expect to see in nature?
DW Chaffee, H Griffin, RT Gilman
Evolution 67 (12), 3588-3599, 2013
Learning to speciate: the biased learning of mate preferences promotes adaptive radiation
RT Gilman, GM Kozak
Evolution 69 (11), 3004-3012, 2015
Effects of maternal status on the movement and mortality of sterilized female white‐tailed deer
RT Gilman, NE Mathews, BG Skinner, VL Julis, ES Frank, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (7), 1484-1491, 2010
Young, formidable men show greater sensitivity to facial cues of dominance
T Richardson, M Waddington, RT Gilman
Evolution and Human Behavior 42 (1), 43-50, 2021
A Probable Case of Incipient Speciation in Schizocosa Wolf Spiders Driven by Allochrony, Habitat Use, and Female Mate Choice
RT Gilman, K Fowler-Finn, EA Hebets
The American Naturalist 192 (3), 332-346, 2018
The evolution of sexual imprinting in socially monogamous populations
E Invernizzi, RT Gilman
Current Zoology 61 (6), 1043-1061, 2015
Like father like son: cultural and genetic contributions to song inheritance in an estrildid finch
RN Lewis, M Soma, SR De Kort, RT Gilman
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 654198, 2021
Epidemiological modelling in refugee and internally displaced people settlements: challenges and ways forward
J Aylett-Bullock, RT Gilman, I Hall, D Kennedy, ES Evers, A Katta, ...
BMJ Global Health 7 (3), e007822, 2022
Reproductive skew affects social information use
M Smolla, C Rosher, RT Gilman, S Shultz
Royal Society open science 6 (7), 182084, 2019
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