Alexandre Courtiol
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Mate choice and human stature: Homogamy as a unified framework for understanding mating preferences
A Courtiol, M Raymond, B Godelle, JB Ferdy
Evolution 64 (8), 2189-2203, 2010
1022010
MHC genotyping of non-model organisms using next-generation sequencing: a new methodology to deal with artefacts and allelic dropout
S Sommer, A Courtiol, CJ Mazzoni
BMC genomics 14 (1), 542, 2013
912013
Natural and sexual selection in a monogamous historical human population
A Courtiol, JE Pettay, M Jokela, A Rotkirch, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (21), 8044-8049, 2012
812012
Can fertility signals lead to quality signals? Insights from the evolution of primate sexual swellings
E Huchard, A Courtiol, JA Benavides, LA Knapp, M Raymond, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1663), 1889-1897, 2009
682009
From preferred to actual mate characteristics: The case of human body shape
A Courtiol, S Picq, B Godelle, M Raymond, JB Ferdy
PloS one 5 (9), e13010, 2010
542010
camtrapR: an R package for efficient camera trap data management
J Niedballa, R Sollmann, A Courtiol, A Wilting
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (12), 1457-1462, 2016
512016
Variation in koala microbiomes within and between individuals: effect of body region and captivity status
N Alfano, A Courtiol, H Vielgrader, P Timms, AL Roca, AD Greenwood
Scientific reports 5, 10189, 2015
432015
Planning tiger recovery: understanding intraspecific variation for effective conservation
A Wilting, A Courtiol, P Christiansen, J Niedballa, AK Scharf, L Orlando, ...
Science Advances 1 (5), e1400175, 2015
392015
Chikungunya‐Wolbachia interplay in Aedes albopictus
P Tortosa, A Courtiol, S Moutailler, AB Failloux, M Weill
Insect molecular biology 17 (6), 677-684, 2008
362008
Impact of enrichment conditions on cross‐species capture of fresh and degraded DNA
JLA Paijmans, J Fickel, A Courtiol, M Hofreiter, DW Förster
Molecular ecology resources 16 (1), 42-55, 2016
352016
How choosy should I be? The relative searching time predicts evolution of choosiness under direct sexual selection
L Etienne, F Rousset, B Godelle, A Courtiol
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1785), 20140190, 2014
332014
The demographic transition influences variance in fitness and selection on height and BMI in rural Gambia
A Courtiol, IJ Rickard, V Lummaa, AM Prentice, AJC Fulford, SC Stearns
Current biology 23 (10), 884-889, 2013
282013
Climatic variation and age‐specific survival in Asian elephants from Myanmar
HS Mumby, A Courtiol, KU Mar, V Lummaa
Ecology 94 (5), 1131-1141, 2013
272013
Birth order affects behaviour in the investment game: firstborns are less trustful and reciprocate less
A Courtiol, M Raymond, C Faurie
Animal Behaviour 78 (6), 1405-1411, 2009
272009
The transition to modernity and chronic disease: mismatch and natural selection
S Corbett, A Courtiol, V Lummaa, J Moorad, S Stearns
Nature Reviews Genetics 19, 419–430, 2018
232018
Stress and body condition are associated with climate and demography in Asian elephants
HS Mumby, KU Mar, C Thitaram, A Courtiol, P Towiboon, Z Min-Oo, ...
Conservation physiology 3 (1), cov030, 2015
222015
Birth seasonality and calf mortality in a large population of Asian elephants
HS Mumby, A Courtiol, KU Mar, V Lummaa
Ecology and evolution 3 (11), 3794-3803, 2013
222013
Social shaping of voices does not impair phenotype matching of kinship in mandrills
F Levréro, G Carrete-Vega, A Herbert, I Lawabi, A Courtiol, E Willaume, ...
Nature Communications 6, 2015
212015
Immune profile predicts survival and reflects senescence in a small, long-lived mammal, the greater sac-winged bat (Saccopteryx bilineata)
K Schneeberger, A Courtiol, GÁ Czirják, CC Voigt
PLoS One 9 (9), e108268, 2014
212014
Intergenerational effects of maternal birth season on offspring size in rural Gambia
I Rickard, A Courtiol, A Prentice, A Fulford, T Clutton-Brock, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the Royal Society series B, 2012
202012
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