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Swarming motility in plant-associated bacteria

. Transcriptional Analysis of the Global Regulatory Networks Active in Pseudomonas syringae during Leaf Colonization. mBio , 5(5): e01683-14. Venturi, V., Bertani, I., Kerenyi, A., Netotea, S. and Pongor, S. 2010. Co-Swarming and Local Collapse: Quorum Sensing Conveys Resilience to Bacterial Communities by Localizing Cheater Mutants in Pseudomonas aeruginosa . PLoS ONE , 5(4): e9998. Vos, M. and Velicer, G.J. 2009. Social conflict in centimeter- and global-scale populations of the bacterium Myxococcus xanthus . Current Biology , 19(20): 1763–1767. Warmink

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Sympatric song variant in mountain chickadees Poecile gambeli does not reduce aggression from black-capped chickadees Poecile atricapillus

communication. New York: Plenum Press, 1–10. McGregor, P.K. (2000) Playback experiments: design and analysis. Acta Ethologica, 3, 3–8. Melville, J. (2002) Competition and character displacement in two species of scincid lizards. Ecology Letters, 5, 386–393. Mennill, D.J. & Otter, K.A. (2007) Status signaling and communication networks in chickadees: Complex communication with a simple song. In. Otter, K.A. editor. Ecology and behavior of chickadees and titmice: an integrated approach. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 215–233. Mennill, D.J. & Ratcliffe

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Men’s Perception of Raped Women: Test of the Sexually Transmitted Disease Hypothesis and the Cuckoldry Hypothesis

. (1997) Individual differences and attitudes toward rape: A meta-analytic review. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 295-315. Anderson, K. G., Kaplan, H., Lancaste, J. B. (2007) Confidence of paternity, divorce, and investment in children by Albuquerque men. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, 1-10. Apicella, C. L. & Marlowe, E. W. (2004) Perceived mate fidelity and paternal resemblance predict men’s investment in children. Evolution and Human Behavior 25, 371-378. Aral, S. O. (1999) Sexual network patterns as determinants of STD rates

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