My Ten most relevant publications are so far:

1) Rodrigues L.R., Duncan A. B., Clemente S. H., Moya-Laraño J. & Magalhães S. (2016) Integrating competition for food, hosts or mates via experimental evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31:158-170.

2) Godinho D., Janssen A., Dias T., Cruz C. & Magalhães S. (2016) Down-regulation of plant defense in a resident spider mite species and its effect upon con- and heterospecifics. Oecologia, 180 :161-167.

3) Macke E., Olivieri I. & Magalhães S. (2014) Local mate competition mediates sexual conflict in a haplodiploid spider mite. Current Biology, 24:2850-2854 (cf. Dispatch in Curr. Biol. Shuker D.M and Cook N. 21:R135-R137).

4) Martins N.E., Faria V.G., Nolte V., Schlötterer C., Teixeira L., Sucena E. & Magalhães S. (2014) Host adaptation to viruses relies on few genes with different cross-resistance properties Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, 111:5938–5943.

5) 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.

6) Martins N.E., Faria V.G., Teixeira L., Magalhães S. & Sucena E. (2013) Host adaptation is contingent upon the infection route taken by pathogens. Plos Pathogens 9: e1003601 (Recommended by Faculty of 1000).

7) Macke E., Magalhães S., Bach F. & Olivieri I. (2011) Experimental evolution of reduced sex ratio adjustment under local mate competition. Science, 334: 1127-1129 (cf. Dispatch in Curr. Biol. Herre, E.A. et al. 21:R992-R993). IF: 35.263

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

9) 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.

10) Magalhães S., Janssen A., Montserrat M. & Sabelis M. W. (2005) Prey attack and predators defend: counterattacking prey trigger parental care in predators. Proceedings of the Royal. Society of London, Series B, 272: 1929-1933. ​