Jessica Purcell
The expression and impact of antifungal grooming in ants
A Reber, J Purcell, SD Buechel, P Buri, M Chapuisat
Journal of evolutionary biology 24 (5), 954-964, 2011
Convergent genetic architecture underlies social organization in ants
J Purcell, A Brelsford, Y Wurm, N Perrin, M Chapuisat
Current Biology 24 (22), 2728-2732, 2014
Altitudinal patterns of spider sociality and the biology of a new midelevation social Anelosimus species in Ecuador
L Avilés, I Agnarsson, PA Salazar, J Purcell, G Iturralde, EC Yip, ...
The American Naturalist 170 (5), 783-792, 2007
Geographic patterns in the distribution of social systems in terrestrial arthropods
J Purcell
Biological Reviews 86 (2), 475-491, 2011
Smaller colonies and more solitary living mark higher elevation populations of a social spider
J Purcell, L Avilés
Journal of Animal Ecology, 590-597, 2007
Differential allocation and deployment of direct and indirect defences by Vicia sepium along elevation gradients
S Rasmann, A Buri, M Gallot‐Lavallée, J Joaquim, J Purcell, L Pellissier
Journal of Ecology 102 (4), 930-938, 2014
Gradients of precipitation and ant abundance may contribute to the altitudinal range limit of subsocial spiders: insights from a transplant experiment
J Purcell, L Avilés
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1651), 2617-2625, 2008
Transitions in social complexity along elevational gradients reveal a combined impact of season length and development time on social evolution
SD Kocher, L Pellissier, C Veller, J Purcell, MA Nowak, M Chapuisat, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1787), 20140627, 2014
Functional diversity decreases with temperature in high elevation ant fauna
A Reymond, J Purcell, D Cherix, A Guisan, L Pellissier
Ecological entomology 38 (4), 364-373, 2013
An ancient and eroded social supergene is widespread across Formica ants
A Brelsford, J Purcell, A Avril, PT Van, J Zhang, T Brütsch, L Sundström, ...
Current Biology 30 (2), 304-311. e4, 2020
Reassessing the causes of decline of Polylepis, a tropical subalpine forest
J Purcell, A Brelsford
Ecotropica 10, 155-158, 2004
The Evolution of Inbred Social Systems in Spiders and Other Organisms: From Short-Term Gains to Long-Term Evolutionary Dead Ends?
L Avilés, J Purcell
Advances in the Study of Behavior 44, 99-133, 2012
Social structure varies with elevation in an Alpine ant
J Purcell, L Pellissier, M Chapuisat
Molecular Ecology 24 (2), 498-507, 2015
Co-evolution between sociality and dispersal: the role of synergistic cooperative benefits
J Purcell, A Brelsford, L Avilés
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2012
Asymmetric assortative mating and queen polyandry are linked to a supergene controlling ant social organization
A Avril, J Purcell, A Brelsford, M Chapuisat
Molecular ecology 28 (6), 1428-1438, 2019
Bidirectional shifts in colony queen number in a socially polymorphic ant population
J Purcell, M Chapuisat
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 67 (4), 1169-1180, 2013
The world's highest forest: a better understanding of the properties of Andean queñua woodlands has major implications for their conservation
J Purcell, A Brelsford, M Kessler
American Scientist 92 (5), 454-461, 2004
Factors influencing route choice by avian migrants: a dynamic programming model of Pacific brant migration
J Purcell, A Brodin
Journal of theoretical Biology 249 (4), 804-816, 2007
The influence of social structure on brood survival and development in a socially polymorphic ant: insights from a cross‐fostering experiment
J Purcell, M Chapuisat
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (11), 2288-2297, 2012
Maternal effect killing by a supergene controlling ant social organization
A Avril, J Purcell, S Béniguel, M Chapuisat
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (29), 17130-17134, 2020
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