Andy Gardner, PhD

School of Biology University of St Andrews, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Social evolution theory
"Andy Gardner"


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Nicholas H. Barton grad student 2001-2004 Edinburgh
Stuart A. West grad student 2001-2004 Edinburgh


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Antonio M. M. Rodrigues grad student 2009- Oxford
Claire M. El Mouden grad student 2007-2011 Oxford
Joao Alpedrinha grad student 2008-2012 Oxford


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Per T. Smiseth collaborator
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Ross L, Davies NG, Gardner A. (2019) How to make a haploid male. Evolution Letters. 3: 173-184
O'Brien S, Hesse E, Luján A, et al. (2018) No effect of intraspecific relatedness on public goods cooperation in a complex community. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Davies NG, Ross L, Gardner A. (2016) The ecology of sex explains patterns of helping in arthropod societies. Ecology Letters
Kiers ET, West SA, Wyatt GA, et al. (2016) Misconceptions on the application of biological market theory to the mycorrhizal symbiosis. Nature Plants. 2: 16063
Wyatt GA, Kiers ET, Gardner A, et al. (2016) Restricting mutualistic partners to enforce trade reliance. Nature Communications. 7: 10322
Inglis RF, Biernaskie JM, Gardner A, et al. (2016) Presence of a loner strain maintains cooperation and diversity in well-mixed bacterial communities Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 283
Farrell EJ, Úbeda F, Gardner A. (2015) Intragenomic Conflict over Dispersal. The American Naturalist. 186: E61-71
Rodrigues AM, Gardner A. (2015) The constant philopater hypothesis: a new life history invariant for dispersal evolution. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Gardner A. (2015) Group selection versus group adaptation. Nature. 524: E3-4
Faria GS, Varela SA, Gardner A. (2015) Sex-biased dispersal, kin selection and the evolution of sexual conflict. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
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