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John Maynard SmithBibliography (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36) (37) (38) (39) (40) (41) (42) (43) (44) 1957 1958 1956 1955 1952 1953 1954 The importance of the nervous system in the evolution of animal flight. Evolution 6, 127-129. Birds as aeroplanes. Penguin New Biology 14, 64-81. (With S. Maynard Smith) Genetics and cytology of Drosophila subobscura VIII. Heterozygosity, viability and rate of development. J. Genet. 52, 152-164. (With T. Koske) Genetics and cytology of Drosophila subobscura X. The fifth linkage group. J. Genet. 53, 521-541. (With J.M. Clarke) Genetics and cytology of Drosophila subobscura XI. Hybrid vigour and longevity. J. Genet 53, 172-80. (With M.J. Hollingsworth). The effects of inbreeding on rate of development and on fertility in Drosophila subobscura. J. Genet. 53, 295-314. (With J.M. Clarke & M.J. Hollingsworth) The expression of hybrid vigour in Drosophila subobscura. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 144, 159-71. Fertility, mating behaviour and sexual selection in Drosophila subobscura. J. Genet. 54, 261-279. Acclimatization to high temperatures in inbred and outbred Drosophila subobscura. J. Genet. 54, 497-505. (With R. J. G. Savage) Some locomotory adaptations in mammals. J. Linn. Soc. Lond. (Zool.) 42, 603-622. Temperature tolerance and acclimatization in Drosophila subobscura. J. Exp. Biol. 34, 85-96. Prolongation of the life of Drosophila subobscura by a brief exposure of adults to a high temperature. Nature 181, 496-497. The effects of temperature and of egg-laying on the longevity of Drosophila subobscura. J. Exp. Biol. 35, 832-842. Sexual selection. In A century of Darwin (ed. S. A. Barnett), pp. 230-244. London: Heinemann. The theory of evolution. London: Penguin Books. Sex-limited inheritance of longevity in Drosophila subobscura. J. Genet. 56, 197-235. A theory of ageing. Nature 184, 956-958. The rate of ageing in Drosophila subobscura. In CIBA foundation symposium on the lifespan of animals, pp. 269-81. (With R. J. G. Savage) The mechanics of mammalian jaws. The School Science Review 141, 289-301. (With J.M. Clarke & P. Travers) Maternal effects on the rate of egg development in Drosophila subobscura. Genet. Res. Camb. 1, 375-380. Continuous, quantized and modal variation. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 152, 397-409. (With K.C. Sondhi) The genetics of a pattern. Genetics 45, 1039-1050. (With J.M. Clarke) Independence of temperature of the rate of ageing in Drosophila subobscura. Nature 190, 1027-1028. (With J.M. Clarke) Two phases of ageing in Drosophila subobscura. J. Exp. Biol. 38: 679-684. (With J.M. Clarke & K.C. Sondhi) Asymmetrical response to selection for rate of development in Drosophila subobscura. Genet. Res. 2, 70-81. Evolution and history. In Darwinism and the study of society (ed. M. Banton), pp.83-93. London: Tavistock Publications. (With K.C. Sondhi) The arrangement of bristles in Drosophila. J. Embr. Exp. Morph. 9, 661-672. The causes of ageing. In Review lectures on senescence. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 157, 115-127. Disruptive selection, polymorphism and sympatric speciation. Nature 195, 60-62. The limitations of molecular evolution. In The scientist speculates, (ed. I.J. Good), pp.252-256. Temperature and the rate of ageing in poikilotherms. Nature 199, 400- 402. (With S. Maynard Smith) A genetic theory of inflammatory polyarthritis. The Lancet 730, 357-358; 731, 738. Jigsaws and penny-whistles. In Cells and embryos. London: BBC Publications. (With M.J. Lamb) Radiation and ageing in insects. Exp. Geront. 1, 11-20. Group selection and kin selection. Nature 200, 1145-1147. (With D. Michie) Machines that play games. New Scientist 12, 367-369. The spatial and temporal organization of cells. In Mathematics and computer science in biology and medicine, pp.247 -254. London: Medical Research Council. An agnostic view of evolution. In Biology and personality (ed. I. Ramsey), pp.49-73. Oxford: Blackwell. Professor J. B. S. Haldane, FRS. Nature 206, 239-240. The evolution of alarm calls. Am. Nat. 94, 59-64. Eugenics and Utopia. Daedalus 94, 487-505. (With J.M. Clarke) Increase in the rate of protein synthesis with age in Drosophila subobscura. Nature 209, 627-629. Theories of ageing. In Topics in the biology of ageing, (ed. P.L. Krohn), pp.1-35. New York: Wiley. Sympatric speciation. Am. Nat. 100, 637-650. Maynard Smith 2

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(With S. Maynard Smith) The preservation of genetic variability. In Regulation and control in living systems (ed. H. Kalmus), p. 328-348. London: John Wiley. The genetics of ageing. The Woodhull lecture, 3 Nov. 1967. Proc. Roy. Inst. 42, 69-74. (With F. Dingley) Temperature acclimatization in the absence of protein synthesis in Drosophila subobscura. J. Insect Phys. 14, 1185-1194. Evolution in sexual and asexual populations. Am. Nat. 102, 469-473. Haldanes Dilemma and the rate of evolution. Nature 219, 1114-1116. Mathematical ideas in biology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The counting problem. In Towards a theoretical biology, vol 1: prolegomena (ed. C.H. Waddington), pp. 120-124. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Introduction to: J.B.S. Haldane, Science and life. Essays of a rationalist. London: Pemberton Publishing Co. (With F. Dingley) Absence of a life-shortening effect of amino-acid analogues on adult Drosophila. Exp. Geront. 4, 145-149. (With M.J. Lamb) Radiation-induced life-shortening in Drosophila. Rad. Res. 40, 450-464. Limitations on growth rate. Symp. Soc Gen. Microbiol. 19: 1-13. The status of neo-Darwinism. In Towards a theoretical biology, vol. 2: sketches (ed. C.H. Waddington), pp. 82-89. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Time in the evolutionary process. Studium Generale 23, 266-272. Population size, polymorphism, and the rate of non-Darwinian evolution. Am Nat. 104, 231-237. Natural selection and the concept of a protein space. Nature 225, 563-564. The causes of polymorphism. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. 26, 371-383. Genetic polymorphism in a varied environment. Am. Nat. 104, 487-490. (With A.N. Bozcuk & S.Tebbutt) Protein turnover in adult Drosophila. J. Insect Phys. 16, 601-603. What use is sex? J. Theor. Biol. 30, 319-335. Population genetics and molecular evolution. In De la physique theoretique a la biologie. Comptes rendus de la seconde conference internationale de physique theoretique et biologie ((ed. M. Marois), pp. 230-9. Paris: Editions du CNRS. (With J. Haigh) Population size and protein variation in man. Genet. Res. 19, 73-89. (With J. Haigh) Can there be more predators than prey? Theor. Pop. Biol. 3, 290-9. On evolution. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. (With M.G. Ridpath) Wife sharing in the Tasmanian native hen (Tribonyx mortierii): a case of kin selection? Am. Nat. 106, 447-452. (With G.R. Price) The logic of animal conflict. Nature 246, 15-18. (With M. Slatkin) The stability of predator-prey systems. Ecology 54, 384-391. The theory of games and the evolution of animal conflicts. J. Theor. Biol. 47, 209-221. Models in ecology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (With J. Haigh) The hitch-hiking effect of a favourable gene. Genet. Res. 23, 23-35. Recombination and the rate of evolution. Genetics 78, 299-304. (With J. Baker & C. Strobeck) Genetic polymorphisms in the bladder campion, Silene maritima. Biochem. Genet. 13, 393-410. (With E. L. Charnov & J. J. Bull, J. J. Why be a hermaphrodite? Nature 263, 125-126. (With J. Haigh) The hitch-hiking effect - a reply. Genet. Res. 27, 85-7. (With L. Lawlor) The coevolution and stability of competing species. Am. Nat. 110,79-99. Sexual selection and the handicap principle. J. Theor. Biol. 57, 239-242. A comment on the Red Queen. Am. Nat. 110, 325-330. What determines the rate of evolution? Am. Nat. 110, 331-338. Evolution and the theory of games. Amer. Sci. 64, 41-45. Group selection. Quart. Rev. Biol. 51, 20-9. A short-term advantage for sex and recombination through sib- competition. J. Theor. Biol. 63, 245248. (With G.A. Parker). The logic of asymmetric contests. Anim. Behav. 24, 159-175. (With C. Strobeck & B. Charlesworth) The effects of hitchhiking on a gene for recombination. Genetics 82, 547-558. Parental investment: a prospective analysis. Anim. Behav. 25, 1-9. Why the genome does not congeal. Nature 268, 693-696. The limitations of evolutionary theory. In The Encyclopaedia of ignorance (ed. R. Duncan & M. Weston-Smith), pp 235-242. Oxford: Pergamon Press. The sex habit in plants and animals. In Measuring selection in natural populations (ed. F.B. Christiansen& T.H. Fenchel), pp.265-273. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. The handicap principle - a comment. J. Theor. Biol. 70, 251-252. The evolution of behavior. Sci. Amer. 239, 176-191. Optimization theory in evolution. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 9, 31-56. Maynard Smith 3

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(With E. Szathmry) The origin of chromosomes. 1: Selection for linkage. J. Theor. Biol. 164, 437446. (With E. Szathmry) The evolution of chromosomes. 2: Molecular mechanisms. J. Theor. Biol. 164, 447-454. The role of sex in bacterial evolution. J. Heredity 84, 326-327. (With N.H. Smith. M. ORourke & B.G. Spratt) How clonal are bacteria? PNAS 90, 4384-4388. Confusion over evolution - an exchange. New York Review of Books 40, 43-43. Foreword to H. Cronin The ant and the peacock: altruism and sexual selection from Darwin to today. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Must reliable signals always be costly? Anim. Behav. 47, 1115-1120. Estimating the minimum rate of genetic transformation in bacteria. J. Evol. Biol. 7, 525-534. Estimating selection by comparing synonymous and substitutional changes. J. Mol. Evol. 39, 123128. The major transitions in evolution. In Complexity: metaphors, models, and reality (ed. G.A. Cowan, D. Pines. D. Meltzer). New York: Addison-Wesley. Do bacteria have population genetics? Symp. Soc. Gen. Microbiol. 52, 1-12. (With D.G.C. Harper) Animal signals: Models and terminology. J. Theor. Biol. 177, 305-311. (With N.H. Smith & B.G. Spratt) Sequence evolution of the porB gene of Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Neisseria meningitidis - evidence of positive Darwinian selection. Mol. Biol. Evol. 12, 363-370. (With E, Szathmry) The major evolutionary transitions. Nature 374, 227-232. (With E, Szathmry) The major transitions in evolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (With P.H. Harvey & A. J. Leigh-Brown) New uses for new phylogenies editors introduction. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B. 349, 3-4. Evolution: natural and artificial. In The Philosophy of Artificial Life (ed. M. Boden). Oxford: Oxford University Press. (With E. Feil, J. Zhou, & B.G. Spratt) A comparison of the nucleotide sequences of the adk and recA genes of pathogenic and commensal Neisseria species: Evidence for extensive interspecies recombination within adk. J. Mol. Evol. 43, 631-640. Evolution - The games lizards play. Nature 380, 198-199. (With N.H. Smith) Synonymous nucleotide divergence: What is ''saturation''? Genetics 142, 10331036. (With N.H. Smith) Site-specific codon bias in bacteria. Genetics 142,1037-1043. (With E. Szathmry) On the likelihood of habitable worlds. Nature 384, 107. (With N.A. Campbell) A conversation with John Maynard Smith. American Biology Teacher 58: 408412. (With E. Szathmry) From replicators to reproducers: The first major transitions leading to life. J. Theor. Biol. 187, 555-571. (With W.G. Runciman & R.I.M. Dunbar, ed.) Evolution of social behaviour patterns in primates and man: A joint discussion meeting of the Royal Society and the British Academy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (With J. Cooke, M.A. Nowak & M. Boerlijst) Evolutionary origins and maintenance of redundant gene expression during metazoan development. TIG 13, 360-364. (With M.A. Nowak, J. Cooke & M. Boerlijst) Evolution of genetic redundancy. Nature 388, 167-171. (With F. Taddei, M. Radman, B. Toupance, B., P.H. Gouyon, & B. Godelle. Role of mutator genes in adaptive evolution. Nature 387, 700-702. (With O. Postel Vinay) Heredity need not depend necessarily on the code. Recherche 296, 32-35. (With H. Dalton, B. Goodwin, M.W. Ho, J. McGlade, G. Prance, P. Saunders D. Sherratt & R. Whittenbury) Patent threat to research. Nature 385, 672-672. (With S. Suerbaum, K. Bapumia, K. G. Morelli, N.H. Smith, E. Kunstmann, I. Dyrek & M. Achtman) Free recombination within Helicobacter pylori. PNAS 95,12619-12624. The units of selection. Limits of reductionism in biology. CIBA Foundation Symposia 213, 203-211. (With N.H. Smith) Detecting recombination from gene trees. Mol. Biol. Evol. 15, 590-599. Shaping life genes, embryos and evolution. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson. (With A. Eyre-Walker & N.H. Smith) How clonal are human mitochondria? Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 266, 477-483. Too good to be true. Nature 400, 223. The detection and measurement of recombination from sequence data. Genetics 153, 1021-1027. (With A. Eyre-Walker & N.H. Smith, N. H) Reply to Macaulay et al. (1999): mitochondrial DNArecombination reasons to panic. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 266, 2041-2042. (With P. Awadalla & A. Eyre-Walker) Linkage disequilibrium and recombination in hominid mitochondrial DNA. Science 286, 2524-2525. (With E. Szathmry) The origins of life: From the birth of life to the origin of language. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Maynard Smith 6

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