Laurent Keller - Contributions


His contributions include over 180 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters in scientific textbooks, and three books such as:

  • Le Monde des Fourmis. 2006. L. Keller & E. Gordon, Odile Jacob, Paris, 303 pp.
  • Levels of Selection in Evolution. 1999. L. Keller (ed.), Princeton University Press, Princeton, 318 pp.
  • Queen Number and Sociality in Insects. 1993. L. Keller (ed.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 439 pp.

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