Posts Tagged ‘collective behavior’

Growth produces coordination trade-offs in Trichoplax adhaerens, an animal lacking a central nervous system

Mircea R. Davidescu, Pavel Romanczuk, Thomas Gregor, Iain D. Cousin. Proc Natl Acad Sci (USA) 120 (11) e2206163120 (2023).


Eco-evolutionary significance of “loners”

Fernando W. Rossine, Ricardo Martinez-Garcia, Allyson E. Sgro, Thomas Gregor, Corina E. Tarnita. Eco-evolutionary significance of “loners”. PLoS Biol 18(3): e3000642 (2020). (more…)

Modeling oscillations and spiral waves in Dictyostelium populations

Javad Noorbakhsh, David J. Schwab, Allyson E. Sgro, Thomas Gregor, and Pankaj Mehta. Physical Review E 91: 062711 (2015).  (more…)

From Intracellular Signaling to Population Oscillations: Bridging Size and Time Scales in Collective Behavior

Allyson E. Sgro, David J. Schwab, Javad Noorbakhsh, Troy Mestler, Pankaj Mehta, and Thomas Gregor. Molecular Systems Biology 11: 799 (2015).  (more…)

Approaching the molecular origins of collective dynamics in oscillating cell populations

Pankaj Mehta and Thomas Gregor, Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 20, 574-80 (2010).

The Onset of Collective Behavior in Social Amoebae

T. Gregor, K. Fujimoto, N. Masaki and S. Sawai, Science 328, 1021-1025 (2010).