Samuel Pavard
Samuel Pavard
National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France
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Why evolutionary biologists should be demographers
CJE Metcalf, S Pavard
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 22 (4), 205-212, 2007
Sex‐specific demographic behaviours that shape human genomic variation
E Heyer, R Chaix, S Pavard, F Austerlitz
Molecular ecology 21 (3), 597-612, 2012
Cancer risk across mammals
O Vincze, F Colchero, JF Lemaître, DA Conde, S Pavard, M Bieuville, ...
Nature 601 (7892), 263-267, 2022
Is life‐history buffering or lability adaptive in stochastic environments?
DN Koons, S Pavard, A Baudisch, C Jessica E. Metcalf
Oikos 118 (7), 972-980, 2009
Mother’s death and child survival: the case of early Quebec
S Pavard, A Gagnon, B Desjardins, E Heyer
Journal of Biosocial Science 37 (2), 209-227, 2005
Drivers of age‐specific survival in a long‐lived seabird: contributions of observed and hidden sources of heterogeneity
LM Aubry, E Cam, DN Koons, JY Monnat, S Pavard
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (2), 375-383, 2011
Are trade‐offs really the key drivers of ageing and life span?
AA Cohen, CFD Coste, XY Li, S Bourg, S Pavard
Functional Ecology 34 (1), 153-166, 2020
Senescence of reproduction may explain adaptive menopause in humans: a test of the “mother” hypothesis
S Pavard, CJ E. Metcalf, E Heyer
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2008
Can life history trade-offs explain the evolution of short stature in human pygmies? A response to Migliano et al.(2007)
NSA Becker, P Verdu, B Hewlett, S Pavard
Human biology 82 (1), 17-27, 2010
Negative selection on BRCA1 susceptibility alleles sheds light on the population genetics of late-onset diseases and aging theory
S Pavard, CJE Metcalf
PLoS One 2 (11), e1206, 2007
Age‐related variation and temporal patterns in the survival of a long‐lived scavenger
S Chantepie, C Teplitsky, S Pavard, F Sarrazin, B Descaves, P Lecuyer, ...
Oikos 125 (2), 167-178, 2016
The effect of maternal care on child survival: a demographic, genetic, and evolutionary perspective
S Pavard, A Sibert, E Heyer
Evolution 61 (5), 1153-1161, 2007
The influence of maternal care in shaping human survival and fertility
S Pavard, DN Koons, E Heyer
Evolution 61 (12), 2801-2810, 2007
Actuarial senescence can increase the risk of extinction of mammal populations
A Robert, S Chantepie, S Pavard, F Sarrazin, C Teplitsky
Ecological Applications 25 (1), 116-124, 2015
Effect of maternal and grandmaternal care on population dynamics and human life-history evolution: A matrix projection model
S Pavard, F Branger
Theoretical population biology 82 (4), 364-376, 2012
Flexibility is costly: hidden physiological damage from seasonal phenotypic transitions in heterothermic species
J Landes, S Pavard, PY Henry, J Terrien
Frontiers in Physiology 11, 528447, 2020
Survival is reduced when endogenous period deviates from 24 h in a non-human primate, supporting the circadian resonance theory
C Hozer, M Perret, S Pavard, F Pifferi
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 18002, 2020
Eco‐evolutionary perspectives of the dynamic relationships linking senescence and cancer
JF Lemaître, S Pavard, M Giraudeau, O Vincze, G Jennings, R Hamede, ...
Functional Ecology 34 (1), 141-152, 2020
Residence rule flexibility and descent groups dynamics shape uniparental genetic diversities in South East Asia
G Ly, B Alard, R Laurent, S Lafosse, B Toupance, C Monidarin, G Diffloth, ...
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 165 (3), 480-491, 2018
State transitions: a major mortality risk for seasonal species
J Landes, M Perret, I Hardy, CG Camarda, PY Henry, S Pavard
Ecology Letters 20 (7), 883-891, 2017
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