My Ten most relevant publications are so far:

1) Noble, LM, Chelo, IM, Guzella, T, Afonso, B, Riccardi, DD, Ammerman, P, Dayarian, A, Carvalho, S, Crist, A, Pino-Querido, A, et al. (2017). Polygenicity and epistasis underlie fitness-proximal traits in the Caenorhabditiselegans multiparental experimental evolution (cemee) panel. Genetics

2) Chelo, IM (2014). Experimental determination of invasive fitness in Caenorhabditis elegans. Natureprotocols 9, 1392-1400.

3) Theologidis, I, Chelo IM, Goy, C. & Teotónio H (2014). Reproductive assurance drives transitions to selffertilizationin experimental Caenorhabditis elegans. BMC Biology 12, 93.

4) Chelo, IM, Carvalho, S, Roque, M, Proulx, S & Teotónio, H (2013). The genetic basis and experimentalevolution of inbreeding depression in Caenorhabditis elegans populations with two mating systems.Heredity 112, 248-254.

5) Chelo, IM, Nédli J, Gordo, I & Teotónio, H (2013). An experimental test on the probability of fixation ofnew genetic variants. Nature Communications, 4.

6) Chelo, IM & Teotónio, H (2013). The opportunity for balancing selection in experimental populations ofCaenorhabditis elegans. Evolution 67:142-156.

7) Teotónio, H, Carvalho, S, Manoel, D, Roque, M & Chelo IM (2012). Evolution of outcrossing in experimentalpopulations of Caenorhabditis elegans. PLoS One. 2012;7e35811.7

8) Chelo, IM, Zé-Zé, L. & Tenreiro, R. (2010). Genome diversity in the genera Fructobacillus, Leuconostocand Weissella determined by physical and genetic mapping. Microbiology 156: 420-430.

9) Teotónio, H, Chelo, IM, Bradic, M, Rose, MR & Long, AD (2009). Reverse evolution reveals naturalselection on standing genetic variation. Nature Genetics 41, 251-257.

10) Chelo, IM, Zé-Zé, L & Tenreiro, R (2007). Congruence of evolutionary relationships inside theLeuconostoc-Oenococcus-Weissella clade assessed by phylogenetic analysis of the 16S rRNA gene, dnaA,gyrB, rpoC and dnaK. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 57: 276-286."