All Publications Before 2015


38) Macke E., Olivieri I. and Magalhães S. (2014) Local mate competition mediates sexual conflict in a haplodiploid spider mite. Current Biology, 24, 2850-2854.  

37) Magalhães S., Cailleau A., Blanchet E., and Olivieri I. (2014) Do mites evolving in alternating host plants adapt to host switch? Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 9, 1956–1964.  

36) Martins N.E.*, Faria V.G.*, Nolte V., Schlötterer C., Teixeira L., Sucena E.** and Magalhães S.**(*co-first, ** co-last) (2014) Host adaptation to viruses relies on few genes with different cross-resistance properties PNAS 111, 5938–5943  

35) Moya-Laraño J.,Bilbao-Castro J.R., Barrionuevo G., Ruiz-Lupión D., Casado L.G., Montserrat, M., Melián C. & Magalhães S. (2014) Simulating eco-evolutionary dynamics across space: rapid evolution and the degree of island isolation explain food web persistence. Advances in Ecological Research 50, 76-143 

34) Miskinyte M., Sousa A.M., Ramiro R., Sousa J., Caramalho I., Magalhães S. and Gordo I. (2013) The genetic basis of Escherichia coli pathoadaptation to macrophages Plos Pathogens 9, e1003802  

33) Martins N.E.*, Faria V.G.*, Teixeira L., Magalhães S.** and Sucena E.** (*co-first, ** co-last (2013) Host adaptation is contingent upon the infection route taken by pathogens. Plos Pathogens 9, e1003601 (Recommended by Faculty of 1000).  

32) Maleknia B., Zahedi A., Saboori A. and Magalhães S. (2013) Olfactory responses of Phytoseiulus persimilis to rose plants with or without prey or competitors. Acarologia 53: 235-246. 

31) Macke E., Magalhães S., Bach F. and Olivieri I. (2012) Sex ratio adjustment in response to local mate competition is achieved through an alteration of egg size in a haplodiploid spider mite. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B. 279: 4634-4642  

30) Magalhães S. and Matos M. (2012) Strengths and weaknesses of experimental evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 27:649-650.  

29) Boubou A., Migeon A., Roderick G.K., Auger P., Cornuet J.-M., Magalhães S. and Navajas M. (2012) Test of colonization scenarios reveals complex complex invasion history of the red tomato spider mite Tetranychus evansi. Plos ONE. 7, e35601.  

28) Macke M., Magalhães S., Khan H.D., Frantz A., Facon B. and Olivieri I. (2012) Mating modifies female reproductive effort in a haplodiploid spider mite. American Naturalist.179: E147-E162.  

27) Sousa A.M., Magalhães S. and Gordo I. (2012) Cost of antibiotic resistance and the geometry of adaptation. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 29:1417-1428.  

26) Macke M., Magalhães S., Bach F. and Olivieri I. (2011) Experimental evolution of reduced sex ratio adjustment under local mate competition. Science. 334:1127-1129  

25) Grbic. M. et al. (incl. Magalhães S.) (2011) The genome of Tetranychus urticae reveals herbivorous pest adaptations. Nature 479:487-492.  

24) Magalhães, S., Blanchet, E., Egas, M., and Olivieri, I. (2011) Environmental effects on the detection of local adaptation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24:2653-2662  

23) Bitume E.V., Bonte D., Magalhães S., SanMartin G., van Dongen S., Bach F., Anderson J., Olivieri I. and Nieberding C. (2011) Heritability and artificial selection on ambulatory dispersal distance in Tetranychus urticae. Plos ONE. 6, e26927  

22) Montserrat M., Magalhães S., Sabelis M. W., de Roos A. M. & Janssen A. (2012) Invasion success incommunities with reciprocal intraguild predation depends on the stage structure of the resident population. Oikos 121:67-76.  

21) Macke M., Magalhães S., Khan H.D., Luciano A., Frantz A., Facon B. and Olivieri I. (2011) Sex allocation in haplodiploids is mediated by egg size: evidence in the spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B. 278:1054-10.  

20) Belliure B., Montserrat M. and Magalhães S. (2010) Mites as models for experimental evolution studies. Acarologia 50:513-529.  

19) Xue H.J., Magalhães S., Li W. Z. and Yang X.K. (2009) Reproductive barriers between two sympatric beetle species specialized on different host plants. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 22: 2258-2266. 

18) Magalhães S., Blanchet E, Egas M and Olivieri I (2009) Are adaptation costs necessary to build up a local adaptation pattern? BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9:182.  

17) Oku K., Magalhães S., Dicke M. (2009) Effects of the presence of webbing on fitness in the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae).Experimental and applied Acarology,  49: 167-172. 

16) Lopes P., Sucena E., Santos M.E., Magalhães S., (2008) Rapid Experimental Evolution of Pesticide Resistance in C. elegans Entails No Costs and Affects the Mating System. PLoS ONE, 3: e3741  

15) Montserrat M., Magalhães S., Sabelis M. W., de Roos A. M. & Janssen A. (2008) Unexpected patterns of exclusion in an experimental system with intraguild predation. Journal of Animal Ecology 3: 624-630 (Selected “must read" paper factor 6 by Faculty Of 1000 Biology).  

14) Olivieri I., Singer M.C., Magalhães S., Courtiol A., Dubois Y., Carbonell D., Justy F. Beldade P., Parmsean C., Michalakis Y. (2008) Understanding host use and genetic differentiation among populations of a thistle weevil. Evolutionary Applications, 1: 112-128.  

13) Janssen A., Sabelis M.W., Magalhães S., Montserrat M. & van der Hammen T. (2007) Habitat structure affects intraguild predation. Ecology, 88: 2713-2719.  

12) Magalhães S, Forbes M.R., Skoracka A., Osakabe M., Chevillon C. and McCoy K.D. (2007) Host race formation in the Acari. Experimental and Applied Acarology, 42: 225-238.  

11) Magalhães S., Fayard J., Janssen, A., Carbonell D. & Olivieri I. (2007) Adaptation in a spider mite population after longterm evolution on a single host plant. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20:2016-2027.  

10) Magalhães S., van Rijn P.C.J., Montserrat M., Pallini A. & Sabelis M. W. (2007) Population dynamics of thrips prey and their mite predators in a refuge. Oecologia 150: 557-568.  

9) Montserrat M., Bas C., Magalhães S., Sabelis M. W. & Janssen A. (2007) Predators induce egg retention in prey.Oeocologia, 150: 699-705.  

8) Montserrat M., Janssen A., Magalhães S., & Sabelis M. W. (2006) To be an intraguild predator or a cannibal: is prey quality decisive? Ecological Entomology, 31: 430-436.  

7) Magalhães S., Janssen A., Montserrat M., & Sabelis M. W. (2005) Prey attack and predators defend: counterattacking prey trigger parental care in predators. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B. 272: 1929-1933. 

6) Magalhães S., Janssen A., Montserrat M., & Sabelis M. W. (2005) Host-plant species modifies the diet of an omnivore feeding on three trophic levels. Oikos. 101: 47-56.  

5) Magalhães S., Tudorache C., Mannen R., Montserrat M. Sabelis M.W. & Janssen A. (2005) Diet of intraguild predators triggers antipredator behavior in intraguild prey.Behavioral Ecology. 16, 364-370. 

4) Magalhães S., Brommer J. E., Silva E. S., Bakker F. M., & Sabelis M. W. (2003) Life-history trade-off in two predator species sharing the same prey: a study on cassava-inhabiting mites. Oikos 102: 533-542. 

3) Magalhães S., Janssen A., Hanna R., & Sabelis M. W. (2002) Flexible antipredator behaviour in herbivorous mites through vertical migration in a plant. Oecologia 132: 143-149.  

2) Magalhães S. & Bakker F. M. (2002) Plant feeding by a predatory mite inhabiting cassava. Experimental and Applied Acarology 27: 27-37.  

1) Janssen A., Faraji F., van der Hammen T., Magalhães S., & Sabelis M. W. (2002) Interspecific infaticide deters predators.Ecology Letters 5: 490-494.