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Danchin, É. 2023. “Chapter 18: From the Modern Synthesis to the Inclusive Evolutionary Synthesis: An Einsteinian Revolution in Evolution.” In Evolutionary Thinking Across Disciplines, du Crest, A., Valkovic, M., Huneman, P. & Reydon T.A.C. (Eds). Syntheses Library, Springer.
Pineaux, M., T Merkling, É. Danchin, S. A. Hatch, S. Leclaire, and P. Blanchard. 2022. “MHC-II Distance between Parents Predicts Sex Allocation Decisions in a Genetically Monogamous Bird. , 33: 245-251.” Behavioral  Ecology 33: 245–51. Download
Nöbel, Sabine, Antoine Jacquet, Guillaume Isabel, Arnaud Pocheville, Paul Seabright, and Étienne Danchin. 2022. “Conformity in Mate Choice, the Overlooked Social Component of Animal and Human Culture.” Biologigcal Reviews. Download
Danchin, Etienne. 2022. La Synthèse Inclusive de l’évolution. L’hérédité Au-Delà Du Gène Égoïste. Arles, France: Actes Sud. Download
Nöbel, S., M. Monier, L. Fargeot, G. Lespagnol, É. Danchin, and G. Isabel. 2022. “Female Fruit Flies Copy the Acceptance, but Not the Rejection, of a Mate.” Behavioral Ecology In press. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arac071. Download
Nöbel, Sabine, Xiaobo Wang, Laurine Talvard, Juliette Tariel, Maëva Lille, Julien Cucherousset, Myriam Roussigné, and Étienne Danchin. 2022. “The Importance of Population Heterogeneities in Detecting Social Learning as the Foundation of Animal Cultural Transmission.” Proceeding of the Royal Society of London, B 289: 20220431. Download
Danchin, É., G. Isabel, and S. Nöbel. 2022. “Culture in Insects.” In Oxford Handbook of Cultural Evolution, Kendal, R, Tehrani, J. & Kendal, J. (Eds). Oxford University Press.
Danchin, É. 2022. “More than Fifty Shades of Epigenetic for the Study of Early in Life Effects in Medicine, Ecology and Evolution.” In Development Strategies and Biodiversity - Darwinian Fitness and Evolution in the Anthropocene, Costantini, D., Marasco, V. (Eds). Springer Nature Switzerland AG.
Danchin, É. 2021. L’hérédité comme on ne vous l’a jamais racontée. HumenSciences. Paris: humenSciences. https://www.humensciences.com/auteur/DANCHIN-Etienne/243716.
Carvalho Augusto, Ronaldo de, Oliver Rey, Céline Cosseau, Cristian Chaparro, Jérémie Vidal-Dupiol, Jean-François Allienne, David Duval, et al. 2021. “A Simple ATAC-Seq Protocol for Population Epigenetics [Version 2; Peer Review: 2 Approved with Reservations].” Wellcome Open Research 5: 121. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.12688/wellcomeopenres.15552.2. Download
Singh, M., A. Acerbi, C. Caldwell, É. Danchin, G. Isabel, L. Molleman, T. Scott-Phillips, et al. 2021. “Beyond Social Learning.” Pholosophical Transaction of the Royal Society of London B, 376: 20200050. Download
Edelaar, P, R. Bonduriansky, A. Charmantier, É. Danchin, and B. Pujol. 2021. “Response to Kalchhauser et al.: Inherited Gene Regulation Is Not Enough to Understand Non-Genetic Inheritance.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 36: 475–76. Download
Inner, A, Merkling, O. Chastel, S. A. Hatch, É. Danchin, P. Blanchard, and S Leclaire. 2021. “Spying on Your Neighbours? Social Information Affects Timing of Breeding and Stress Hormone Levels in a Colonial Seabird. , 1-19.” Evolutionary Ecology, 1–19.
Herrel, A., D. Joly, and É. Danchin. 2020. “Epigenetics in Ecology and Evolution.” Edited by Charles Fox. Functional Ecology 34 (2): 381–84. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.13494. Download
Sentis, A., R. Bertram, N. Dardenne, J.Ch. Simon, A. Magro, B. Pujol, É. Danchin, and J.-L. Hemptinne. 2020. “Intraspecific Difference among Herbivore Lineages and Their Host-Plant Specialization Drive the Strength of Trophic Cascades.” Ecology Letters 23: 1242–51. https://doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ele.13528. Download
Pineaux, M., T. Merkling, É. Danchin, S.-A. Hatch, D. Duneau, P. Blanchard, and S. Leclaire, S. 2020. “Sex and Hatching Order Modulate the Association between MHC-Diversity and Fitness in Early-Life Stages of a Wild Seabird.” Molecular Ecology 29: 3316–29. Download
Danchin, A., and É. Danchin,. 2020. “Évolution : L’entreprise, Une Espèce Comme Les Autres.” Havard Business Review. https://www.hbrfrance.fr/chroniques-experts/2020/02/29204-evolution-lentreprise-une-espece-comme-une-autre/.
Danchin, É., S. Nöbel, A. Pocheville, and G. Isabel. 2020. “First Evidence for a Significant Effect of the Regression to the Mean Fallacy in Mate Copying: A Comment on Davies et Al.” Behavioral Ecology, araa076. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1093/beheco/araa076. Download
Pocheville, A., S. Nöbel, G. Isabel, and É. Danchin. 2019. “Response to Comment on ‘Cultural Flies: Conformist Social Learning in Fruitflies Predicts Long-Lasting Mate-Choice Traditions.’” Science 366 (6462): eaaw9549. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aaw9549. Download
Pineaux, M., P. Blanchard, É. Danchin, S. A. Hatch, F. Helfenstein, H. Mulard, J. White, S. Leclaire, and R. H. Wagner. 2019. “Behavioral Avoidance of Sperm Aging Depends on Genetic Similarity of Mates in a Monogamous Seabird.” Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 128: 170–80. Download
Van Dongen, W. F., J. White, H. B. Brandl, S. Leclaire, S. A. Hatch, É. Danchin, and R. H. Wagner. 2019. “Experimental Evidence of a Sexually Transmitted Infection in a Wild Vertebrate, the Black-Legged Kittiwake (Rissa Tridactyla).” Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 127: 292–98. Download
Richard, G., G. Le Trionnaire, É. Danchin, and A. Sentis. 2019. “Epigenetics and Insect Polyphenism: Mechanisms and Climate Change Impacts. In Press.” Current Opinion in Insect Science 35: 138–45. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cois.2019.06.013.
Merkling, T., S. A. Hatch, S. Leclaire, É. Danchin, and P. Blanchard. 2019. “Offspring Sex-Ratio and Environmental Conditions in a Seabird with Sex-Specific Rearing Costs: A Long-Term Experimental Approach.” Evolutionary Ecology 33: 417–33. Download
Monier, M., S. nöbel, É. Danchin, and G. Isabel. 2019. “Dopamine and Serotonin Are Both Required for Mate-Copying in Drosophila.” Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12: 334. Download
Sentis, A., R. Bertram, N. Dardenne, F Ramon-Portugal, I. Louit, G. Le Trionnaire, J.-C. Simon, et al. 2019. “Different Phenotypic Plastic Responses to Predators Observed among Aphid Lineages Specialized on Different Host Plants.” Scientific Reports 9: 9017. Download
Danchin, É. , A. Pocheville, O. Rey, B. Pujol, and S. Blanchet. 2019. “Epigenetically-Facilitated Mutational Assimilation: Epigenetics as a Hub within the Inclusive Evolutionary Synthesis.” Biological Reviews 94: 259–82. https://doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/brv.12453. Download
Danchin, É. , A. Pocheville, and P. Humeman. 2019. “Early in Life Effects and Heredity: Reconciling Neo-Darwinism with Neo-Lamarckism under the Banner of the Inclusive Evolutionary Synthesis.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 374: 20180113. https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2018.0113. Download
Chitka, L. 2019. “F1000Prime Recommendation of [Danchin E et al., Science 2018 362(6418):1025-1030].” In F1000Prime 04 Jan 2019. https://doi.org/10.3410/f.734518350.793554636.
Danchin, É.*, S.* Nöbel, A.* Pocheville, A. C. Dagaeff, L. Demay, A. Alphand, S. Ranty-Roby, et al. 2018. “Cultural Flies: Conformist Social Learning in Fruit Flies Predicts Long-Lasting Mate-Choice Traditions.” Science 362: 1025-1030.    [See also in this List of Publications the Commentaries by Whiten, and Vignieri in Science in 2018, as well as Lars Chitkka in F1000 in 2019.]. Download
Sentis, A., R. Bertram, N. Dardenne, F. Ramon-Portugal, G. Espinasse, I. Louit, L. Negri, et al. 2018. “Evolution without Standing Genetic Variation: Change in Transgenerational Plastic Response under Persistent Predation Pressure.” Heredity. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41437-018-0108-8. Download
Nöbel, S., É. Danchin, and G. Isabel. 2018. “Mate-Copying for a Costly Variant in Drosophila Melanogaster Females.” Behavioral Ecology 29: 1150–56.
Vignieri, S. N. 2018. “Trendsetting Flies.” Science 362: 1014. Download
Whiten, A. 2018. “Culture and Conformity Shape Fruitfly Mating. Potent Social Learning Sustains the Inheritance of Mating Preferences over Generations.” Science 362 (30 November): 998–99. Download
Susset, É. C., J. L. Hemptinne, É. Danchin, and A. Magro. 2018. “Diapause Aggregations as Part of Hippodamia Undecimnotata’s (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) Mating System.” PLoS One 13: e0197108. Download
Pujol, B., S. Blanchet, A. Charmantier, É. Danchin, B. Facon, P. Marrot, F. Roux, et al. 2018. “The Missing Response to Selection in the Wild.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 33: 337–46. Download
Nöbel, S., M. Allain, G. Isabel, and É. Danchin. 2018. “Mate-Copying in Drosophila Melanogaster Males.” Animal Behaviour 141: 9–15. Download
Monier, M., S. Nöbel, G. Isabel, and E. Danchin. 2018. “Effects of a Sex Ratio Gradient on Female Mate-Copying and Choosiness in Drosophila Melanogaster.” Current Zoology 64: 251–58. Download
Parejo, D., N. Silva, E. Danchin, and J. Aviles. 2017. “Kestrels Rely on Two Different Types of Social Information from Conspecifics When Choosing Breeding Habitats.” Ecosistemas 26: 39–47. Download
Pocheville, A., and É. Danchin. 2017. “Genetic Assimilation and the Paradox of Blind Variation.” In Challenging the Modern Synthesis. Adaptation, Development, and Inheritance (Ed. by Humeman, P. & Walsh, D.), 111–36. Oxford: Oxford University press. Download
Merkling, T., P. Blanchard, O. Chastel, G. Glauser, A. Vallat, S. A. Hatch, É. Danchin, and F. Helfenstein. 2017. “Reproductive Effort and Oxidative Stress: Effects of Offspring Sex and Number on the Physiological State of a Long-Lived Bird.” Functional Ecology 31: 1201–9. Download
Germain, M., S. Blanchet, A Loyau, and É. Danchin. 2016. “Mate-Choice Copying in Drosophila Melanogaster: Impact of Demonstration Conditions and Male-Male Competition.” Behavioural Processes 125: 76–84. Download
Dagaeff, A.-C., A. Pocheville, S. Nöbel, A. Loyau, G. Isabel, and É. Danchin. 2016. “Drosophila Mate Copying Correlates with Atmospheric Pressure in a Speed Learning Situation.” Animal Behaviour 121: 163–73. Download
Merkling, T., C Perrot, F Helfenstein, J.-B. Ferdy, L. Gaillard, E. Lefol, E. Voisin, S. A. Hatch, É. Danchin, and P. Blanchard. 2016. “Maternal Effects as Drivers of Sibling Competition in a Parent-Offspring Conflict Context? An Experimental Test.” Ecology and Evolution 6: 3699–3710. Download
Rey, O., É. Danchin, M. Mirouze, C. Loot, and S. Blanchet. 2016. “Adaptation to Global Change: A Transposable Element-Epigenetics Perspective.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31: 514–26. Download
Perrot, C., T. Merkling, F. Helfenstein, J.-B. Ferdy, L. Gaillard, E. Lefol, E. Voisin, S. A. Hatch, É. Danchin, and P. Blanchard. 2015. “Maternal Effects as Drivers of Sibling Competition in a Parent-Offspring Conflict Context? An Experimental Test.” Ecology and Evolution 6: 3699–3710. https://doi.org/doi: 10.1002/ece3.1777. Download
Pocheville, A., and É. Danchin. 2015. “Physiology and Evolution at the Crossroads of Genetics and Epigenetics.” Journal of Physiology 9: 2243–2243. Download
Merkling, T., J. Welcker, M. Hewison, S. A. Hatch, A. Kitaysky, J. Speakman, É. Danchin, and P. Blanchard. 2015. “Identifying the Selective Pressures Underlying Offspring Sex-Ratio Adjustments.” Behavioral Ecology, doi:10.1093/beheco/arv032. Download
Leclaire, S., V. Bourret, P. Blanchard, C. Defranceschi, T. Merkling, S. A. Hatch, and É. Danchin. 2015. “Carotenoids Increase Immunity and Sex-Specifically Affect Color and Redox Homeostasis in a Monochromatic Seabird.” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 1097–1111. Download
Leclaire, S., W. F. D. van Dongen, S. Voccia, T. Merkling, C. Ducamp, S. A. Hatch, P. Blanchard, and É. Danchin. 2014. “Preen Secretions Encode Information on MHC Similarity in Certain Sex-Dyads in a Monogamous Seabird.” Scientific Reports. Download
Merkling, T., L. Agdere, E. Albert, R. Durieux, S. A. Hatch, É Danchin, and P. Blanchard. 2014. “Is Natural Hatching Asynchrony Optimal? An Experimental Investigation of Sibling Competition Patterns in a Facultatively Siblicidal Seabird.” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68: 309–19. Download