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Data from: The index case is not enough: variation among individuals, groups, and social networks modify bacterial transmission dynamics
负责人:
Keiser, Carl
关键词:
Index case Social spider Social network Transmission heterogeneity Trait variation
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.47p7c
摘要:
d the social spider Stegodyphus dumicola to test how the traits of the index case, group phenotypic composition, and group size interact to facilitate the transmission
Data from: Personality composition alters the transmission of cuticular bacteria in social groups
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关键词:
Group composition;horizontal transmission;Index case;Stegodyphus dumicola;patient zero;Social spider
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.g56g1
摘要:
e, we test whether the behavioural composition of a social group can explain horizontal transmission dynamics of cuticular bacteria using a social
Data from: Cultural transmission in an ever-changing world: trial-and-error copying may be more robust than precise imitation
负责人:
Prat, Yosef
关键词:
Cultural evolution Social learning Trial-and-error learning Transmission fidelity Imitation Copying errors
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.4m518
摘要:
Cultural transmission facilitates the spread of behaviours within social groups and may lead to the establishment of stable traditions in both human
Data from: Sex, synchrony and skin contact: integrating multiple behaviors to assess pathogen transmission risk
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关键词:
Co-infection;Contact networks;Demography;disease transmission;multi-behavior;Social structure
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.bnzs7h46r
摘要:
of co-exposure to pathogens transmitted along different transmission routes and that they relate to individual sociability. Hence, our results highlight
Data from: Linking social and spatial networks to viral community phylogenetics reveals subtype-specific transmission dynamics in African lions
负责人:
Fountain-Jones, Nicholas M.
关键词:
transmission mode feline immunodeficiency virus generalized dissimilarity modelling landscape ecology OTU networks wildlife disease community ecology
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.8j3s3
摘要:
heterogeneity on transmission by assessing subtype specific transmission pathways in a social carnivore. 3.We use comprehensive social
Data from: Epidemiological models to control the spread of information in marine mammals
负责人:
Schakner, Zachary
关键词:
Human-wildlife conflict social transmission culling salmon conservation
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.6fq75
摘要:
diffusion analysis on a long-term dataset to demonstrate that social transmission is implicated in the increase in dam-foraging behaviour and then studied different
Data from: Transmission risk predicts avoidance of infected conspecifics in Trinidadian guppies
负责人:
Stephenson, Jessica
关键词:
effective contact rate (β) group-living parasite transmission redundant multimodal cues social evolution infectious disease avoidance behaviour social behaviour risk-sensitive behaviour
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.c1090r5
摘要:
incurs the cost of lost social benefits. Across systems, infected individuals vary in the transmission risk they pose, so natural selection should favour
Data from: Cultural flies: conformist social learning in fruit flies predicts long-lasting mate-choice traditions
负责人:
Danchin, Etienne
关键词:
Animal culture Conformity Cultural inheritance Trait-based copying Long-term memory Social learning Traditions
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.683870h
摘要:
traditions indicating that such social transmission may lead initially neutral traits to become adaptive, hence strongly selecting for copying and conformi
Data from: Presence of kin-biased social associations in a lizard with no parental care
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关键词:
inclusive fitness theory;kinship structure;social associations;home range;Next-generation sequencing;Intellagama lesueurii
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.nt4994r
摘要:
parental care, which may facilitate the transmission of the social environment from parents to offspring. This becomes problematic when disentangling whether kin
Data from: Environmental complexity influences association network structure and network-based diffusion of foraging information in fish shoals
负责人:
Webster, Mike M.
关键词:
Behavior Behavior: social Ecology: behavioral Foraging Foraging: behavior Foraging: ecology Foraging: social Patch selection Social structure stickleback
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.524gv
摘要:
social transmission. In contrast, in structured environments we found strong evidence that information about prey patch location was socially transmitted and moreove

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