2011. Buckling, Angus, Lopez Pascua, Laura, and Gandon, Sylvain. Spatial abiotic heterogenity can result in divergent selection, hence might increase the magnitude of host-parasite local adaptation (the mean diff... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford and Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive.
2016. Ford, Suzanne A., Williams, David, Paterson, Steve, and King, Kayla C. Microbes that protect their hosts from pathogenic infection are widespread components of the microbiota of both plants and animals. It has been fou... Molecular Ecology. University of Oxford and University of Liverpool.
2015. Kümmerli, Rolf, Santorelli, Lorenzo A., Granato, Elisa, Dumas, Zoé, Dobay, Akos, Griffin, Ashleigh S., and West, Stuart A. The production of beneficial public goods is common in the microbial world, and so is cheating – the exploitation of public goods by non-producing ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, University of Oxford, and University of Lausanne.
2015. Levin, Samuel, Brock, Debra, Queller, David, Strassmann, Joan, Levin, S. R., Brock, D. A., Queller, D. C., and Strassmann, J. E. The evolution of multicellularity is a major transition that is not yet fully understood. Specifically, we do not know if there are any mechanisms ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford and Washington University in St. Louis.
2016. Vogwill, Tom, Phillips, Robyn L., Gifford, Danna R., and MacLean, R. Craig. There is growing evidence that parallel molecular evolution is common, but its causes remain poorly understood. Demographic parameters such as popu... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Imperial College London and University of Oxford.
2013. Harrison, Freya and Harrison, F. Cooperation underlies diverse phenomena including the origins of multicellular life, human behaviour in economic markets and the mechanisms by whic... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford.
2016. Vogwill, Tom, Kojadinovic, Mila, MacLean, R. Craig, MacLean, R. C., and Vogwill, T. Antibiotic resistance often evolves by mutations at conserved sites in essential genes, resulting in parallel molecular evolution between divergent... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford and Imperial College London.
2017. Ford, Suzanne A., Kao, Damian, Williams, David, and King, Kayla C. Microbes that protect their hosts from pathogens are widespread in nature and are attractive disease control agents. Given that pathogen adaptation... Nature Communications. University of Oxford and University of Liverpool.
2011. Hall, Alex R., Scanlan, Pauline D., Leggett, Helen, and Buckling, Angus. Coinfection with multiple parasite genotypes (multiplicity of infection) creates within-host competition and opportunities for parasite recombinati... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford.
2018. Rafaluk-Mohr, Charlotte, Ashby, Ben, Dahan, Dylan A., and King, Kayla C. Species interactions can shift along the parasitism-mutualism continuum. However, the consequences of these transitions for coevolutionary interact... Evolution Letters. University of Oxford, University of California, Berkeley, University of Bath, and Stanford University School of Medicine.