Hwei-yen Chen
Hwei-yen Chen
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Longer life span evolves under high rates of condition-dependent mortality
H Chen, AA Maklakov
Current biology 22 (22), 2140-2143, 2012
1202012
Condition Dependence of Male Mortality Drives the Evolution of Sex Differences in Longevity
H Chen, AA Maklakov
Current Biology 24 (20), 2423–2427, 2014
382014
Slow development as an evolutionary cost of long life
MI Lind, H Chen, S Meurling, AC Guevara Gil, H Carlsson, MK Zwoinska, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (6), 1252-1261, 2017
232017
Why ageing stops: heterogeneity explains late-life mortality deceleration in nematodes
H Chen, F Zajitschek, AA Maklakov
Biology letters 9 (5), 20130217, 2013
202013
The worm that lived: evolution of rapid aging under high extrinsic mortality revisited
H Chen, AA Maklakov
Worm 2 (3), 2013
112013
Evolution of male age‐specific reproduction under differential risks and causes of death: males pay the cost of high female fitness
H Chen, F Spagopoulou, AA Maklakov
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (4), 848-856, 2016
62016
Rapamycin additively extends lifespan in short-and long-lived lines of the nematode Caenorhabditis remanei
MI Lind, H Chen, M Cortazar-Chinarro, AA Maklakov
Experimental gerontology 90, 79-82, 2017
32017
Trade-off between somatic and germline repair in a vertebrate supports the expensive germ line hypothesis
H Chen, C Jolly, K Bublys, D Marcu, S Immler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (16), 8973-8979, 2020
22020
Experimental Evolution of Life-history: Testing the Evolutionary Theories of Ageing
H Chen
Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2014
2014
Received Date: 11-Sep-2015 Revised Date: 12-Jan-2016 Accepted Date: 15-Jan-2016 Article type
H Chen, F Spagopoulou, AA Maklakov
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