Publications for David Haig
 
Papers
 
(* Starred references are included in Haig, D. (2002) Genomic imprinting and kinship. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey.)
 
Haig, D. (2012) The strategic gene. Biology & Philosophy 27(4), 461-479.

Haig, D. (2012) Commentary: The epidemiology of epigenetics. International Journal of Epidemiology 41(1), 13-16.

Haig, D. (2012) Retroviruses and the Placenta. Current Biology 22(15), R609-R613.

Haig, D. (2011) Does heritability hide in epistasis between linked SNPs? European Journal of Human Genetics 19(2), 123-123.

Úbeda, F., Patten, M.M., & Haig, D. (2011) Stable linkage disequilibrium owing to sexual antagonism. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 278(1707), 855-862.
 
Haig, D. (2011) Sympathy with Adam Smith and reflexions on self. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 77(1): 4-13.
 
 
Haig, D. & Úbeda, F. (2011) Genomic Imprinting: An Obsession with Depilatory Mice. Current Biology 21(7): R257 - R259.
 
 
Haig, D. (2011) Genomic imprinting and the evolutionary psychology of human kinship. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108: 10878 - 10885.
 
 
Gregg, C., Zhang, J., Butler, J. E., Haig, D. & Dulac, C. (2010) Sex-Specific Parent-of-Origin Allelic Expression in the Mouse Brain. Science 329(5992): 682 - 685.
 
 
Gregg, C., Zhang, J., Weissbourd, B., Luo, S., Schroth, G. P., Haig, D. & Dulac, C. (2010) High-Resolution Analysis of Parent-of-Origin Allelic Expression in the Mouse Brain. Science 329(5992): 643 - 648.
 
 
Patten, M. M., Haig, D. & Úbeda, F. (2010) Fitness variation due to sexual antagonism and linkage disequilibrium. Evolution 64(12): 3638 - 3642.
 
 
Úbeda, F., Haig, D. & Patten, M. M. (2010) Stable linkage disequilibrium owing to sexual antagonism. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences 278(1707): 855 - 862.
 
 
Haig, D. (2010) Games in tetrads: segregation, recombination, and meiotic drive. American Naturalist 176(4): 404 - 413.
 
 
Haig, D. (2010) What do we know about charophyte (streptophyta) life cycles? Journal of Phycology 46(5): 860 - 867.
 
 
Patten, M. M. & Haig, D. (2009) Maintenance or loss of genetic variation under sexual and parental antagonism at a sex-linked locus. Evolution 63(11): 2888 - 2895.
 
 
Pappera, Z., Jamesona, N. M., Romeroa, R., Weckle, A. L., Mittal, P., Benirschke, K., Santolaya-Forgas, J., Uddin, M., Haig, D., Goodman, M., & Wildman, D. E. (2009) Ancient origin of placental expression in the growth hormone genes of anthropoid primates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(40): 17083 - 17088
 
 
Haig, D. (2009) Transfers and transitions: Parent–offspring conflict, genomic imprinting, and the evolution of human life history. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107: 1731-1735
 
 
Haig, D. (2008) Homologous Versus Antithetic Alternation of Generations and the Origin of Sporophytes. Botanical Review 74(3): 395 - 418. .pdf
 
 
Patten, M. M. & Haig, D. (2008) Parental sex discrimination and intralocus sexual conflict. Biology Letters 5(5): 667 - 670. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2008) Huddling: Brown Fat, Genomic Imprinting and the Warm Inner Glow . Current Biology 18(4): R172 - R174. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2008) Kinship asymmetries and the divided self. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31: 271 - 272
 
 
Karumanchi, S. A. & Haig, D. (2008) Flt1, pregnancy, and malaria: Evolution of a complex interaction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(38): 14243-14244.
 
 
Haig, D. (2008) Placental growth hormone-related proteins and prolactin-related proteins. Placenta 29, Supplement A. Trophoblast Research Vol. 22 S36 - S41. .pdf
 
 
Engelstädter, J. & Haig, D. (2008) Sexual antagonism and the evolution of X chromosome inactivation. Evolution 62: 2097-2104. .pdf
 
 
Patten, M. M. & Haig, D. (2008) Reciprocally imprinted genes and the response to selection on one sex. Genetics 179: 1389-1394. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2007) Weismann rules! OK? Epigenetics and the Lamarckian temptation. Biology and Philosophy 22: 415-428. .pdf
 
 
Yano, K., Gale, D., Massberg, S., Cheruvu, P. K., Monahan-Earley, R., Morgan, E. S., Haig, D., von Andrian, U. H., Dvorak, A. M. and Aird, W. C. (2007) Phenotypic heterogeneity is an evolutionarily conserved feature of the endothelium. Blood 109: 613-615. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2006) Self-imposed silence: parental antagonism and the evolution of X-chromosome inactivation. Evolution 60: 440-447. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2006) Intragenomic politics. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 113: 68-74. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. & Wilczek, A. (2006) Sexual conflict and the alternation of haploid and diploid generations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London  B 361: 335-343. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2005) The complex history of distal human chromosome 1q. Genomics 86: 767-770. .pdf
 
 
Yuan, H. T., Haig, D, and S.A. Karumanchi (2005). Angiogenic factors in the pathogenesis of preeclampsia. Current Topics in Developmental Biology 71: 297-312. .pdf
 
 
Brandvain, Y. and D. Haig (2005). Divergent mating systems and parental conflict as a barrier to hybridization in flowering plants. American Naturalist 166: 330-338. .pdf
 
 
Lukhtanov, V.A., Kandul, N. P., Plotkin, J.B., Dantchenko, A.V., Haig, D. and N.E. Pierce (2005). Reinforcement of pre-zygotic isolation and karyotype evolution in Agrodiaetus butterflies. Nature 436: 385-389. .pdf
 
 
Mix, L.J., Haig, D. and C.M. Cavanaugh (2005). Phylogenetic analyses of the core antenna domain: investigating the origin of photosystem I. Journal of Molecular Evolution 60: 153-163. .pdf
 
 
Úbeda, F. and D. Haig (2005). On the evolutionary stability of Mendelian segregation. Genetics 170: 1345-1357. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2004) Genomic imprinting and kinship: how good is the evidence? Annual Review of Genetics 38: 553-585. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2004) The (dual) origin of epigenetics. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 69: 1-4. .pdf
 
 
Úbeda, F. and D. Haig (2004). Sex-specific meiotic drive and selection at an imprinted locus. Genetics 167: 2083-2095. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2004) Evolutionary conflicts in pregnancy and calcium metabolism—A review. Placenta 25 (Supplement A; Trophoblast Research, Vol. 18): S10-S15. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2004) The inexorable rise of gender and the decline of sex: social change in academic titles, 1945-2001. Archives of Sexual Behavior 33: 87-96. .pdf
 
 
Kandul, N. P., Lukhtanov, V. A., Dantchenko, A. V., Coleman, J. W. S., Sekercioglu, C. H., Haig, D. and Pierce, N. E. (2004) Phylogeny of Agrodiaetus Hübner 1822 (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) inferred from mtDNA sequennces of COI and COII, and nuclear sequences of EF1-a: karyotype diversification and species radiation. Systematic Biology 53: 278-298. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2003) On intrapersonal reciprocity. Evolution and Human Behavior 24: 418-425. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2003) Meditations on birthweight: Is it better to reduce the variance or increase the mean? Epidemiology 14: 490-492 (erratum Epidemiology 14: 632). .pdf
 
 
Wilkins, J. F. & Haig, D. (2003) What good is genomic imprinting: the function of parent-specific gene expression. Nature Reviews Genetics 4: 359-368. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. & Wharton, R. (2003) Prader-Willi syndrome and the evolution of human childhood. American Journal of Human Biology 15: 320-329. .pdf
 
 
Úbeda, F. & Haig, D. (2003) Dividing the child: genomic imprinting and evolutionary games. Genetica 117: 103-110. .pdf
 
 
Wilkins, J. F. & Haig, D. (2003) Inbreeding, maternal care, and genomic imprinting. Journal of Theoretical Biology 221: 559-564. .pdf
 
 
Wilkins, J. F. & Haig, D. (2002) Parental modifiers, antisense transcripts and loss of imprinting. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 269: 1841-1846. .pdf
 
 
Greenwood-Lee, J. M., Taylor, P. D. & Haig, D. (2001) The inclusive fitness dynamics of genomic imprinting. Selection 2: 101-116. .pdf
 
 
Wilkins, J. F. & Haig, D. (2001) Genomic imprinting of two antagonistic loci. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 268:1861-1867. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2000) The kinship theory of genomic imprinting. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 31: 9-32 [see On-line erratum]. .pdf
 
 
* Haig, D. (2000) Genomic imprinting, sex-biased dispersal, and social behavior. In Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Reproductive Behavior, D. LeCroy and P. Moller (eds.) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 907: 149-163. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. & Wilkins, J. F. (2000) Genomic imprinting, sibling solidarity, and the logic of collective action. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 355: 1593-1597. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1999) What is a marmoset? American Journal of Primatology 49: 285-296. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1999) A brief history of human autosomes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 354: 1447-1470. .pdf
 
 
* Haig, D. (1999) Asymmetric relations: internal conflicts and the horror of incest. Evolution and Human Behavior 20: 83-98. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1999) Multiple paternity and genomic imprinting. Genetics 151: 1229-1231. .pdf
 
 
* Haig, D. (1997) Parental antagonism, relatedness asymmetries, and genomic imprinting. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 264: 1657-1662. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1997) Maternal-fetal interactions and MHC polymorphism. Journal of Reproductive Immunology 35: 101-109. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1997) William Turner’s Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy of the Placenta. Placenta 18: 371-374.
 
 
Haig, D. (1996) Gestational drive and the green-bearded placenta. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 93: 6547-6551. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1996) Placental hormones, genomic imprinting, and maternal—fetal communication. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 9: 357-380. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1996) Altercation of generations: genetic conflicts of pregnancy. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology 35: 226-232.
 
 
Haig, D. & Bergstrom, C. T. (1995) Multiple mating, sperm competition, and meiotic drive. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 8: 265-282. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1993) Genetic conflicts in human pregnancy. Quarterly Review of Biology 68: 495-532. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1993) Alternatives to meiosis: the unusual genetics of red algae, microsporidia, and others. Journal of Theoretical Biology 163: 15-31. .pdf
 
 
* Haig, D. (1993) The evolution of unusual chromosomal systems in sciarid flies: intragenomic conflict and the sex ratio. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 6: 249-261. .pdf
 
 
* Haig, D. (1993) The evolution of unusual chromosomal systems in coccoids: extraordinary sex ratios revisited. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 6: 69-77. .pdf
 
 
* Haig, D. (1992) Intragenomic conflict and the evolution of eusociality. Journal of Theoretical Biology 156: 401-403.
 
 
* Haig, D. (1992) Genomic imprinting and the theory of parent-offspring conflict. Seminars in Developmental Biology 3: 153-160.
 
 
Haig, D. (1991) Developmental asynchrony and environmental sex determination in alligators. Journal of Theoretical Biology 150: 373-383.
 
 
Haig, D. & Grafen, A. (1991) Genetic scrambling as a defence against meiotic drive. Journal of Theoretical Biology 153: 531-558.
 
 
* Haig, D. & Graham, C. (1991) Genomic imprinting and the strange case of the insulin-like growth factor-II receptor. Cell 64: 1045-1046.
 
 
Haig, D. & Hurst, L. D. (1991) A quantitative measure of error-minimization in the genetic code. Journal of Molecular Evolution 33: 412-417. [erratum JME 49: 708]
 
 
* Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (1991) Genomic imprinting in endosperm: its effects on seed development in crosses between species and between different ploidies of the same species, and its implications for the evolution of apomixis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 333: 1-13. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (1991) Seed size, pollination costs and angiosperm success. Evolutionary Ecology 5: 231-247.
 
 
* Moore, T. & Haig, D. (1991) Genomic imprinting in mammalian development: a parental tug-of-war. Trends in Genetics 7: 45-49. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1990) New perspectives on the angiosperm female gametophyte. Botanical Review 56: 236-274.
 
 
Haig, D. (1990) Brood reduction and optimal parental investment when offspring differ in quality. American Naturalist 136: 550-556. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (1989) Selective forces in the emergence of the seed habit. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 38: 215-238.
 
 
* Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (1989) Parent-specific gene expression and the triploid endosperm. American Naturalist 134: 147-155. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (1988) On limits to seed production. American Naturalist 131: 757-759. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (1988) Sex expression in homosporous ferns: an evolutionary perspective. Evolutionary Trends in Plants 2: 111-119.
 
 
Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (1988) A model for the origin of heterospory. Journal of Theoretical Biology 134: 257-272.
 
 
Haig, D. (1987) Kin conflict in seed plants. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2: 337-340.
 
 
Haig, D. (1986) Conflicts among megaspores. Journal of Theoretical Biology 123: 471-480.
 
 
Books and Book Chapters
 
 
Haig, D. (2006) The gene meme. Pages 50-65, in Richard Dawkins. How a scientist changed the way we think. A. Grafen & M. Ridley (eds.) Oxford University Press, Oxford.
 
 
Haig, D. (2006) Intrapersonal conflict. Pages 8-22, in M.K. Jones and Fabian (eds.) Conflict. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
 
 
Haig, D. (2002) Genomic imprinting and kinship. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
 
 
Haig, D. (1999) Genetic conflicts of pregnancy and childhood. Pages 77-90, in S. C. Stearns (ed.) Evolution in health and disease. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
 
 
Haig, D. (1997) The Social Gene. Pages 284-304, in J. R. Krebs & N. B. Davies (eds.), Behavioural Ecology, fourth edition. Blackwell Scientific, Oxford.
 
 
* Haig, D. & Trivers, R. (1995) The evolution of parental imprinting: a review of hypotheses. Pages 17-28, in R. Ohlsson, K. Hall & M. Ritzen (eds.), Genomic imprinting: causes and consequences. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
 
 
Haig, D. (1992) Brood reduction in gymnosperms. Pages 63-84, in Cannibalism: ecology and evolution among diverse taxa. M. Elgar & B. Crespi (eds.) Oxford University Press, Oxford.
 
 
Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (1988) Inclusive fitness, seed resources and maternal care. Plant Reproductive Ecology. J. Lovett Doust & L. Lovett Doust (eds.), pp 60-79. Oxford University Press, New York.
 
 
Letters, Commentaries, and Other Writings
 
 
Haig, D. (2008) Kinship asymmetries and the divided self. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31: 271-272. .pdf
 
 
Karumanchi, S. A. & Haig, D. (2008) Flt1, pregnancy, and malaria: evolution of a complex interaction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 14243-14244. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2007) Huddling: brown fat, genomic imprinting and the warm inner glow. Current Biology 18: 172-174. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2006) Congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens and recombination at CFTR. European Journal of Human Genetics 14: 801. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. & Westoby, M. (2006) An earlier formulation of the genetic conflict hypothesis of genomic imprinting. Nature Genetics 38: 271. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. and S. Henikoff (2004). Deciphering the genomic palimpsest. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 14: 599-602. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2003) The amoral roots of morality. Lahey Clinic Medical Ethics 10(3): 10-11.
 
 
Haig, D. (2003) The science that dare not speak its name. Quarterly Review of Biology 78: 327-335. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2003) Family matters. Nature 421: 491-492. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (2000) Of sex and gender. Nature Genetics 25: 373. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D., Pierce, N. E. & Wilson, E. O. (2000) William Hamilton (1936-2000). Science 287: 2438.
 
 
Haig, D. (1999) Genetic conflicts and the private life of Peromyscus. Nature Genetics 22: 131. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1998) Mother’s boy or daddy’s girl? Sex determination in Hymenoptera. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13: 380-381.
 
 
Haig, D. (1997) "When sense and antisense combine" (verse). Antisense & Nucleic Acid Drug Development 7: 1.
 
 
Haig, D. (1996) Do imprinted genes have few and small introns? BioEssays 18: 351-353.
 
 
Haig, D. (1996) The pea and the coconut: seed size in safe sites. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11: 1-2. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1995) Whitridge Williams’ Obstetrics. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 173: 1351.
 
 
Haig, D. (1995) Prenatal power plays. Natural History 104(12): 39. .pdf
 
 
Haig, D. (1994) Cohabitation and pregnancy-induced hypertension. Lancet 344: 1633-1634.
 
 
Haig, D. (1994) Refusing the ovarian time bomb. Trends in Genetics 10: 346-347.
 
 
Haig, D. (1994) Is human insulin imprinted? Nature Genetics 7: 10.
 
 
Haig, D. (1993) Genomic imprinting, human chorionic gonadotropin, and triploidy. Prenatal Diagnosis 13: 151.
 
 
Haig, D. (1989) Seed size and adaptation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 4: 145.
 
 
 
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