Susana A. M. Varela
Susana A. M. Varela
Post-Doctoral Researcher at IGC - Gulbenkian Institute for Science, Oeiras, Portugal.
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Public versus personal information for mate copying in an invertebrate
F Mery, SAM Varela, É Danchin, S Blanchet, D Parejo, I Coolen, ...
Current Biology 19 (9), 730-734, 2009
1972009
Does predation select for or against avian coloniality? A comparative analysis
SAM Varela, E Danchin, RH Wagner
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20 (4), 1490-1503, 2007
642007
Medicinal use of fauna by a traditional community in the Brazilian Amazonia
FB Barros, SAM Varela, HM Pereira, L Vicente
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 8 (1), 37, 2012
352012
Incomplete species recognition entails few costs in spider mites, despite first-male precedence
SH Clemente, LR Rodrigues, R Ponce, SAM Varela, S Magalhães
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70 (8), 1161-1170, 2016
232016
Sex‐biased dispersal, kin selection and the evolution of sexual conflict
GS Faria, SAM Varela, A Gardner
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (10), 1901-1910, 2015
202015
The role of mate‐choice copying in speciation and hybridization
SAM Varela, M Matos, I Schlupp
Biological Reviews 93 (2), 1304-1322, 2018
142018
Negative public information in mate choice copying helps the spread of a novel trait
M Santos, M Matos, SAM Varela
The American Naturalist 184 (5), 658-672, 2014
122014
Sexual selection modulates genetic conflicts and patterns of genomic imprinting
GS Faria, SAM Varela, A Gardner
Evolution 71 (3), 526-540, 2017
112017
Despite reproductive interference, the net outcome of reproductive interactions among spider mite species is not necessarily costly
SH Clemente, I Santos, R Ponce, LR Rodrigues, SAM Varela, ...
Behavioral Ecology 29 (2), 321-327, 2018
102018
Male spider mites use chemical cues, but not the female mating interval, to choose between mates
LR Rodrigues, ART Figueiredo, SAM Varela, I Olivieri, S Magalhães
Experimental and Applied Acarology 71 (1), 1-13, 2017
72017
Evolution of mating behavior between two populations adapting to common environmental conditions
M Bárbaro, MS Mira, I Fragata, P Simoes, M Lima, M Lopes‐Cunha, ...
Ecology and evolution 5 (8), 1609-1617, 2015
72015
The Relevance of In Silico, In Vitro and Non-human Primate Based Approaches to Clinical Research on Major Depressive Disorder
C Carvalho, SAM Varela, LF Bastos, I Orfão, V Beja, M Sapage, ...
Alternatives to Laboratory Animals 47 (3-4), 128-139, 2019
42019
The relation between RA Fisher's sexy‐son hypothesis and WD Hamilton's greenbeard effect
GS Faria, SAM Varela, A Gardner
Evolution Letters 2 (3), 190-200, 2018
42018
The correlated evolution of social competence and social cognition
SAM Varela, MC Teles, RF Oliveira
Functional Ecology, 2019
32019
How pre-and postcopulatory sexual selection influence male mating decisions in a promiscuous species
I Órfão, AF Ojanguren, M Barbosa, L Vicente, SAM Varela, AE Magurran
Animal Behaviour 136, 147-157, 2018
32018
Mate‐choice copying: A fitness‐enhancing behavior that evolves by indirect selection
M Santos, M Sapage, M Matos, SAM Varela
Evolution 71 (6), 1456-1464, 2017
32017
The social evolution of sleep: sex differences, intragenomic conflicts and clinical pathologies
GS Faria, SAM Varela, A Gardner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1894), 20182188, 2019
22019
Two research avenues for future mate-choice copying studies: a comment on Davies et al.
M Sapage, SAM Varela
Behavioral Ecology, 2020
12020
Me against who? Male guppies adjust mating behaviour according to their rival’s presence and attractiveness
I Órfão, M Barbosa, AF Ojanguren, L Vicente, SAM Varela, AE Magurran
Ethology, 2019
12019
Are in vitro and in silico approaches used appropriately for animal-based major depressive disorder research?
C Carvalho, SAM Varela, TA Marques, A Knight, L Vicente
Plos one 15 (6), e0233954, 2020
2020
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