Publications

(group members in bold)

2017

Engelstädter, J.
Asexual but not clonal: Evolutionary processes in automictic populations.
Genetics, in press.

2016

Reeve, J., Ortiz-Barrientos, D. & Engelstädter, J.
The evolution of recombination rates in finite populations during ecological speciation.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 20161243

Lenormand, T., Engelstädter, J., Johnston, S.E., Wijnker, E. & Haag, C.R.
Evolutionary mysteries in meiosis.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B
  371: 20160001

Ambur, O.H., Engelstädter, J., Johnsen, P.J., Miller, E.L. & Rozen, D.E.
Steady at the wheel: conservative sex and the benefits of bacterial transformation.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371: 20150528

Ortiz-Barrientos, D.#…, Engelstädter J.#… & Rieseberg, L.H.
Recombination rate evolution and the origin of species.
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31: 226-236.

(#… equal contribution)

Engelstädter J., Harms, K. & Johnsen, P.J.
The evolutionary dynamics of integrons in changing environments.
The ISME Journal 10: 1296-1307.

2015

Abel zur Wiesch, P., Abel, S., Gkotzis, S., Ocampo, P., Engelstädter, J., Hinkley, T., Magnus, C., Waldor, M.K., Udekwu, K. & Cohen, T.
Classic reaction kinetics can explain complex patterns of antibiotic action.
Science Translational Medicine 7: 287

Engelstädter, J.
Host-parasite coevolutionary dynamics with generalized success/failure infection genetics.
The American Naturalist 185: E117-129

2014

Moradigaravand, D.*…, Kouyos, R.D.*…, Hinkley, T., Haddad, M., Petropoulos, C.J., Engelstädter, J.#… & Bonhoeffer, S.#…
Recombination accelerates adaptation on a large-scale empirical fitness landscape in HIV-1.
PLOS Genetics 10: e1004439
(* shared first author; # shared last author)

Moradigaravand, D. & Engelstädter, J.
The impact of natural transformation on adaptation in spatially structured bacterial populations.
BMC Evolutionary Biology 14: 141

Engelstädter, J.
Fitness landscapes emerging from pharmacodynamic functions in the evolution of multidrug resistance.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27: 840–853

Pessia, E., Engelstädter, J. & Marrais G.A.B.
The evolution of X chromosome inactivation in mammals: the demise of Ohno’s hypothesis?
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 71: 1383-1394

Engelstädter, J. & Moradigaravand, D.
Adaptation through genetic time travel? Fluctuating selection can drive the evolution of bacterial transformation.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20132609

2013

Moradigaravand, D. & Engelstädter, J.
The evolution of natural competence: disentangling costs and benefits of sex in bacteria.
The American Naturalist 182: E112-E126

Nor, I., Engelstädter, J., Duron, O., Reuter, M., Sagot, M.-F. , Charlat, S.
On the genetic architecture of cytoplasmic incompatibility: inference from phenotypic data.
The American Naturalist 182: E15-E24

2012

Moradigaravand, D. & Engelstädter, J.
The effect of bacterial recombination on adaptation on fitness landscapes with limited peak accessibility.
PLoS Computational Biology 8: e1002735

Zhang, H., Guillaume, F. & Engelstädter, J.
The dynamics of mitochondrial mutations causing male infertility in spatially structured populations.
Evolution 66: 3179–3188

Kwiatkowski, M., Engelstädter, J. & Vorburger, C.
On genetic specificity in symbiont-mediated host-parasite coevolution.
PLoS Computational Biology 8: e1002633

Mostowy, R. & Engelstädter, J.
Host-parasite coevolution can induce selection for condition-dependent sex.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 2033–2046

Hinow, P., Farkas, J.Z. & Engelstädter, J.
Pathogen evolution in switching environments: a hybrid dynamical system approach.
Mathematical Biosciences 240: 70-75

Mostowy, R., Engelstädter, J. & Salathé, M.
Non-genetic inheritance and the patterns of antagonistic coevolution
BMC Evolutionary Biology 12:93

Engelstädter, J. & Úbeda, F.
The Evolution of Sex.
In: Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology, A. Hastings & L. Gross (Eds.), University of California Press

Nor, I., Hermelin, D., Charlat, S., Engelstädter, J., Reuter, M., Duron, O., Sagot, M.-F.
Mod/Resc Parsimony Inference: Theory and Application.
Information and Computation 213: 23-32

2011

Mostowy, R. & Engelstädter, J.
The impact of environmental change on host-parasite coevolution.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 278: 2283-2292

Abel zur Wiesch, P.K., Kouyos, R.D., Engelstädter, J., Regoes, R.R. & Bonhoeffer, S.
Population biological principles of resistance evolution in infectious diseases.
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 11: 236-247

Engelstädter, J., Sandrock, C. & Vorburger, C.
Contagious parthenogenesis, automixis, and a sex determination meltdown.
Evolution 65: 501-511

2010

Engelstädter, J.
The effective size of populations infected with cytoplasmic sex-ratio distorters.
Genetics 186: 309-320

Schulz zur Wiesch, P. K., Engelstädter, J. & Bonhoeffer, S.
Compensation of fitness costs and reversibility of antibiotic resistance mutations.
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 54: 2085-2095

Hornett, E.A., Engelstädter, J. & Hurst, G.D.D.
A hidden manipulation phenotype alters the dynamics of male-killer/host arms races.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 479-487

2009

Engelstädter, J. & Hurst, G.D.D.
The ecology and evolution of microbes that manipulate host reproduction.
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution & Systematics 40: 127-149

Engelstädter, J. & Bonhoeffer, S.
Red Queen dynamics with non-standard fitness interactions.
PLoS Computational Biology 5: e1000469

Engelstädter, J. & Telschow, A.
Cytoplasmic incompatibility and host population structure.
Heredity 103: 196-207

Engelstädter, J. & Hurst, G.D.D.
What use are male hosts? The dynamics of maternally inherited endosymbionts showing sexual transmission and male-killing.
American Naturalist 173: E159-E170

2008

Engelstädter, J.
Constraints on the evolution of asexual reproduction.
BioEssays 30: 1138-1150

Engelstädter, J.
Muller’s ratchet and the degeneration of Y chromosomes: A simulation study.
Genetics 180: 957-967

Engelstädter, J. & Haig, D.
Sexual antagonism and the evolution of X chromosome inactivation.
Evolution 62: 2097-2104

Duron, O., Bouchon, D., Boutin, S., Bellamy, L., Zhou, L., Engelstädter, J. & Hurst, G.D.D.
Diversity of reproductive parasites among arthropods: Wolbachia do not walk alone.
BMC Biology 6:27

Reuter, M., Engelstädter, J., Fontanillas, P. & Hurst, L.D.
A test of the null model for 5’UTR evolution based on GC-content.
Molecular Biology & Evolution 25: 801-804

Duron, O., Hurst, G.D.D., Hornett, E.A., Josling, J.A. & Engelstädter, J.
High incidence of the maternally inherited bacterium Cardinium hertigii in spiders.
Molecular Ecology 17: 1427-1437

Engelstädter, J., Telschow, A. & Yamamura, N.
Coexistence of cytoplasmic incompatibility and male-killing inducing endosymbionts, and their impact on host gene flow.
Theoretical Population Biology 73: 125-133

2007

Engelstädter, J. & Hurst, G.D.D.
The impact of male-killing bacteria on host evolutionary processes.
Genetics 175: 245-254

Engelstädter, J., Hammerstein, P. & Hurst, G.D.D.
The evolution of endosymbiont density in doubly infected hosts.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20: 685-695

2006

Charlat, S., Engelstädter, J., Dyson, E.A., Hornett, E.A., Duplouy, A., Tortosa, P., Davies, N., Roderick, G.K., Wedell, N. & Hurst, G.D.D.
Competing selfish genetic elements in the butterfly Hypolimnas bolina.
Current Biology 16: 2453-2458

Engelstädter, J. & Hurst, G.D.D.
The dynamics of parasite incidence across host species.
Evolutionary Ecology 20: 603-616

Engelstädter, J., Charlat, S., Pomiankowski, A. & Hurst, G.D.D.
The evolution of cytoplasmic incompatibility types: integrating segregation, inbreeding and outbreeding.
Genetics 172, 2601-2611

Engelstädter, J. & Charlat, S.
Outbreeding selects for spiteful cytoplasmic elements.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273, 923-929

Telschow, A., Engelstädter, J., Yamamura, N., Hammerstein, P. & Hurst, G.D.D.
Asymmetric gene flow and constraints on adaptation caused by sex ratio distorters.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19, 869-878

Engelstädter, J. & Hurst, G.D.D.
Can maternally transmitted endosymbionts facilitate the evolution of haplodiploidy?
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19, 194-202

2004

Engelstädter, J., Montenegro, H. & Hurst, G.D.D.
To what extent do different types of sex ratio distorters interfere?
Evolution 58, 2382-2386

Engelstädter, J., Telschow, A. & Hammerstein, P.
Infection dynamics of different Wolbachia-types within one host population.
Journal of Theoretical Biology 231, 345-355

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