Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality (bibtex)
  Author         = {Abbot, Patrick and Abe, Jun and Alcock, John and
                   Alizon, Samuel and Alpedrinha, Joao A. C. and
                   Andersson, Malte and Andre, Jean-Baptiste and van
                   Baalen, Minus and Balloux, Francois and Balshine, Sigal
                   and Barton, Nick and Beukeboom, Leo W. and Biernaskie,
                   Jay M. and Bilde, Trine and Borgia, Gerald and Breed,
                   Michael and Brown, Sam and Bshary, Redouan and
                   Buckling, Angus and Burley, Nancy T. and
                   Burton-Chellew, Max N. and Cant, Michael A. and
                   Chapuisat, Michel and Charnov, Eric L. and
                   Clutton-Brock, Tim and Cockburn, Andrew and Cole,
                   Blaine J. and Colegrave, Nick and Cosmides, Leda and
                   Couzin, Iain D. and Coyne, Jerry A. and Creel, Scott
                   and Crespi, Bernard and Curry, Robert L. and Dall,
                   Sasha R. X. and Day, Troy and Dickinson, Janis L. and
                   Dugatkin, Lee Alan and El Mouden, Claire and Emlen,
                   Stephen T. and Evans, Jay and Ferriere, Regis and
                   Field, Jeremy and Foitzik, Susanne and Foster, Kevin
                   and Foster, William A. and Fox, Charles W. and Gadau,
                   Juergen and Gandon, Sylvain and Gardner, Andy and
                   Gardner, Michael G. and Getty, Thomas and Goodisman,
                   Michael A. D. and Grafen, Alan and Grosberg, Rick and
                   Grozinger, Christina M and Gouyon, Pierre-Henri and
                   Gwynne, Darryl and Harvey, Paul H. and Hatchwell, Ben
                   J. and Heinze, Jurgen and Helantera, Heikki and Helms,
                   Ken R. and Hill, Kim and Jiricny, Natalie and
                   Johnstone, Rufus A. and Kacelnik, Alex and Kiers, E.
                   Toby and Kokko, Hanna and Komdeur, Jan and Korb, Judith
                   and Kronauer, Daniel and Kummerli, Rolf and Lehmann,
                   Laurent and Linksvayer, Timothy A. and Lion, Sebastien
                   and Lyon, Bruce and Marshall, James A. R. and
                   McElreath, Richard and Michalakis, Yannis and Michod,
                   Richard E. and Mock, Douglas and Monnin, Thibaud and
                   Montgomerie, Robert and Moore, Allen J. and Mueller,
                   Ulrich G. and Noe, Ronald and Okasha, Samir and Pamilo,
                   Pekka and Parker, Geoff A. and Pedersen, Jes S. and
                   Pen, Ido and Pfennig, David and Queller, David C. and
                   Rankin, Daniel J. and Reece, Sarah E. and Reeve, Hudson
                   K. and Reuter, Max and Roberts, Gilbert and Robson,
                   Simon K. A. and Roze, Denis and Rousset, Francois and
                   Rueppell, Olav and Sachs, Joel L. and Santorelli,
                   Lorenzo and Schmid-Hempel, Paul and Schwarz, Michael P.
                   and Scott-Phillips, Tom and Shellmann-Sherman, Janet
                   and Sherman, Paul W. and Shuker, David M. and Smith,
                   Jeff and Spagna, Joseph C. and Strassmann, Beverly and
                   Suarez, Andrew V. and Sundstrom, Liselotte and
                   Taborsky, Michael and Taylor, Peter and Thompson,
                   Graham and Tooby, John and Tsutsui, Neil D. and Tsuji,
                   Kazuki and Turillazzi, Stefano and Ubeda, Francisco and
                   Vargo, Edward L. and Voelkl, Bernard and Wenseleers,
                   Tom and West, Stuart A and West-Eberhard, Mary Jane and
                   Westneat, David F. and Wiernasz, Diane C. and Wild,
                   Geoff and Wrangham, Richard and Young, Andrew J. and
                   Zeh, David W. and Zeh, Jeanne A. and Zink, Andrew},
  Title          = {Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality},
  Journal        = {Nature},
  doi            = {10.1038/nature09831},
  Volume         = {471},
  Number         = {7339},
  Pages          = {E1-4},
  URL = {},
  Abstract       = {Nowak et al. argue that inclusive fitness theory has
                   been of little value in explaining the natural world,
                   and that it has led to negligible progress in
                   explaining the evolution of eusociality. However, we
                   believe that their arguments are based upon a
                   misunderstanding of evolutionary theory and a
                   misrepresentation of the empirical literature. We will
                   focus our comments on three general issues.},
  year           = {2011}
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