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Tokita, Christopher K., A Guess, and CE Tarnita. “Polarized information ecosystems can reorganize social networks via information cascades”. PNAS (In Press). Print.
Kawakatsu, Mari, et al.Interindividual cooperation mediated by partisanship complicates Madison’s cure for “mischiefs of faction””. PNAS (In Press). Print.
Coverdale, Tyler C, et al.Large herbivores suppress liana infestation in an African savanna”. PNAS 10.1073/pnas.2101676118 (2021). Web. Publisher's Version
Ulrich, Yuko, et al.Response thresholds alone cannot explain empirical patterns of division of labor in social insects”. PLoS Biology 19.6 (2021): , 19, 6, e3001269. Web. Publisher's Version journal.pbio_.3001269.pdf
Castillo Vardaro, Jessica, et al.Resource availability and heterogeneity shape the self-organization of regular spatial patterning”. Ecology Letters (2021). Web. Publisher's Version
Staps, Merlijn, and CE Tarnita. “How geometry shapes division of labor”. eLife 9:e63328 (2020). Print. elife_2020_staps.pdf
Baker, CCM, et al.Spatial patterning of soil microbial communities created by fungus-farming termites”. Molecular Ecology 29 (2020): , 29, 4487-4501. Web. Publisher's Version mec.15585.pdf
Rossine, Fernando, et al.Eco-evolutionary significance of 'loners'”. PLoS Biology (2020). Print. journal.pbio_.3000642.pdf
Pourtois, Julie, Corina E. Tarnita, and Juan A. Bonachela. “Impact of lytic phages on phosphorus- versus nitrogen-limited marine microbes”. Frontiers in Microbiology (Aquatic Microbiology) (2020). Print. 2020_pourtois.pdf
Tokita, Christopher K, and CE Tarnita. “Social influence and interaction bias can drive emergent behavioural specialization and modular social networks across systems”. J. R. Soc. Interface (2020). Print. rsif.2019.0564.pdf
Staps, Merlijn, Jordi van Gestel, and Corina E. Tarnita. “Emergence of diverse life cycles and life histories at the origin of multicellularity”. Nature Ecology & Evolution (2019). Web. Publisher's Version
Atkins, Justine L, et al.Cascading impacts of large-carnivore extirpation in an African ecosystem”. Science 364 (2019): , 364, 173-177. Web. Publisher's Version
Stalmans, Marc E, et al.War-induced collapse and asymmetric recovery of large-mammal populations in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique”. PLoS ONE 14.3 (2019): , 14, 3, e0212864. Web. Publisher's Version journal.pone_.0212864.pdf
Tarnita, Corina E. “Termite patterning at multiple scales”. Current Biology 28 (2018): , 28, R1382–R1405. Web. Publisher's Version
Tarnita, Corina E.Fast evolution unlocks forbidden communities”. Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (2018): , 2, 1525-1526. Web. Publisher's Version
Ulrich, Yuko, et al.Fitness benefits and emergent division of labour at the onset of group living”. Nature 560 (2018): , 560, 635-638. Web. Publisher's Version
van Gestel, Jordi, and Corina E. Tarnita. “On the Origin of Biological Construction, with a Focus on Multicellularity”. Proc Natl Acad Sci 114.42 (2017): , 114, 42, 11018-11026. Web. Publisher's Version pnas-2017-van_gestel-tarnita-1704631114.pdf
Martinez-Garcia, Ricardo, and Corina E. Tarnita. “Seasonality can induce coexistence of multiple bet-hedging strategies in Dictyostelium discoideum via storage effect”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 426 (2017): , 426, 104-116. Web. Publisher's Version j._theor._biol._2017_martinez-garcia.pdf
Thutupalli, S, et al.Farming and public goods production in C. elegans populations”. Proc Natl Acad Sci 114.9 (2017): , 114, 9, 2289-2294. Web. Publisher's Version pnas-2017-thutupalli-1608961114.pdf
Tarnita, Corina E., et al.A theoretical foundation for multi-scale regular vegetation patterns”. Nature 541 (2017): , 541, 398-401. Web. Publisher's Version
Tarnita, Corina E.The ecology and evolution of social behavior in microbes”. Journal of Experimental Biology. Special Issue: Evolution of Social Behavior 220.1 (2017): , 220, 1, 18-24. Web. Publisher's Version tarnita_jeb_2017.pdf
Pringle, Robert M, and Corina E. Tarnita. “Spatial Self-Organization of Ecosystems: Integrating Multiple Mechanisms of Regular-Pattern Formation”. Annual Review of Entomology 62 (2017): , 62, 359-377. Web. Publisher's Version pringle_tarnita_annual_review_of_entomology_2017.pdf
Martinez-Garcia, Ricardo, and Corina E. Tarnita. “Lack of Ecological and Life History Context Can Create the Illusion of Social Interactions in Dictyostelium discoideum”. PLoS Computational Biology 12.12 (2016): , 12, 12, e1005246. Web. Publisher's Version martinez-garcia_and_tarnita.pdf
Tarnita, Corina E.Mathematical approaches or agent-based methods? Comment on "Evolutionary Game Theory using Agent-based Methods" by Christoph Adami et al”. Physics of Life Reviews 10.1016/j.plrev.2016.10.017.(invited comment) (2016). Print. comment_on_adami_et_al.pdf
Constable, George W.A., et al.Demographic noise can reverse the direction of deterministic selection”. Proc Natl Acad Sci 113.32 (2016): , 113, 32, E4745–E4754. Print. pnas-2016-constable.pdf
Widder, S, et al.Challenges in microbial ecology: building predictive understanding of community function and dynamics”. ISME J (2016): , 1-12. Print. ismej201645a.pdf
Tarnita, Corina E. “Fairness and trust in structured populations”. GAMES (Special issue: Cooperation, Trust, and Reciprocity) 6 (2015): , 6, 214-230. Print. tarnita2015.pdf
Bonachela, Juan, et al.Termite mounds can increase the robustness of drylands ecosystems to climatic change”. Science 347 (2015): , 347, 651-655. Print. Bonachela et al
Tarnita, Corina E., et al.Fitness tradeoffs between spores and nonaggregating cells can explain the coexistence of diverse genotypes in cellular slime molds”. Proc Natl Acad Sci 112 (2015): , 112, 2776-2781. Print. Tarnita et al
Tarnita, Corina E, Todd M Palmer, and Robert M Pringle. “Colonization and competition dynamics can explain incomplete sterilization parasitism in ant-plant symbioses”. Ecology Letters 17.10 (2014): , 17, 10, 1290-1298. Print. Tarnita et al
Tarnita, Corina E, and Peter D Taylor. “Measures of relative fitness of social behaviors in finite structured population models”. American Naturalist 184.4 (2014): , 184, 4, 477-488. Print. Tarnita&Taylor
Pringle, RM, et al.Low functional redundancy among mammalian browsers in regulating an encroaching shrub (Solanum campylacanthum) in African savannah”. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B 281.1785 (2014). Print. Pringle et al
Allen, B, and CE Tarnita. “Measures of success in a class of evolutionary models with fixed population size and structure.”. Journal of Mathematical Biology 68 (2014): , 68, 109-143. Print. Allen&Tarnita
Ellingsen, T, et al.Civic Capital in Two Cultures: The Nature of Cooperation in Romania and USA.”. 2013. Print. Ellingsen et al 2013.pdf
Rand, DG*, et al.The evolution of fairness in the one-shot anonymous Ultimatum Game.”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (2013): , 110, 2581-2586 *joint first authors. Print. Rand et al 2013.pdf
Tarnita, CE, CH Taubes, and MA Nowak. “Evolutionary construction by staying together and coming together.”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 320 (2013): , 320, 10-22. Print. Tarnita et al 2013.pdf
Allen, B, et al.How mutation affects evolutionary games on graphs.”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 299 (2012): , 299, 97-105. Print. Allen et al 2012 (mutation).pdf
Cavaliere, M, et al.Prosperity is associated with instability in dynamical networks.”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 299 (2012): , 299, 126-138. Print. Cavaliere et al 2012.pdf
van Gestel, J, MA Nowak, and CE Tarnita. “Evolution of cell-to-cell communication in a sporulating bacterium.”. PLoS Comp Biol 8(12): e1002818 (2012). Print.
Fu, F*, et al.Evolution of in-group favoritism.”. Nature Scientific Reports doi:10.1038/srep00460 (2012): , doi:10.1038/srep00460, *joint first authors. Print. Fu et al (2012).pdf Fu et al (2012) SI.pdf
Tarnita, CE, N Wage, and MA Nowak. “Multiple strategies in structured populations.”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (2011): , 108, 2334-2337. Print. Tarnita et al 2011.pdf SI.pdf
Nowak, MA, CE Tarnita, and EO Wilson. “Evolution of eusociality.”. Nature 466 (2010): , 466, 1057-1062. Print. Nowak et al 2010.pdf
Nowak, MA, CE Tarnita, and T Antal. “Evolutionary dynamics in structured populations.”. Phil Trans R Soc B 365 (2010): , 365, 19-30. Print. Nowak et al 2010.pdf
Nowak, MA, CE Tarnita, and EO Wilson. “Nowak et al. reply.”. Nature 471 (2010): , 471, E9-E10. Print.
Grigorov, G, et al.Verification of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture for Specific Elliptic Curves.”. AMS Journal "Mathematics of Computation" 78 (2009): , 78, 2397-2425. Print. Grigorov et al 2009.pdf
Traulsen, A, et al.Mutation-selection equilibrium in games with multiple strategies.”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 258 (2009): , 258, 614-622. Print. Antal et al 2009.pdf
Tarnita, CE, T Antal, and MA Nowak. “Mutation-selection equilibrium in games with mixed strategies.”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 261 (2009): , 261, 50-57. Print. Tarnita et al 2009.pdf
Tarnita, CE, et al.Strategy selection in structured populations.”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 259 (2009): , 259, 570-581. Print. Tarnita et al 2009.pdf
Tarnita, CE, et al.Evolutionary dynamics in set structured populations.”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (2009): , 106, 8601-8605. Print. Tarnita et al 2009.pdf
Nathanson, CG*, CE Tarnita*, and MA Nowak. “Calculating evolutionary dynamics in structured populations.”. PLoS Comp Biol 5(12): e1000615. (2009): , 5(12): e1000615., *joint first authors. Print. plos_comput._biol._2009_nathanson-1.pdf