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Montano-Rendon M (2016) await.

2015

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  1. Dodsworth S, Leitch AR, Leitch IJ (2015) Genome size diversity in angiosperms and its influence on gene space. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 35, 73-78. (10.1016/j.gde.2015.10.006) [NBAF-E/L]

  2. Dos Remedios N, Lee PLM, Burke T, Székely T, Küpper C (2015) North or South? Phylogenetic and biogeographic origins of a globally distributed avian clade. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 89, 151–159. (10.1016/j.ympev.2015.04.010) [NBAF-E/S]

  3. Fountain T, Butlin RK, Reinhardt K, Otti O (2015) Outbreeding effects in an inbreeding insect, Cimex lectularius. Ecology and Evolution 5, 409-418. (10.1002/ece3.1373) [NBAF-E/S]

  4. Veltsos P, Gregson E, Morrissey B, Slate J, Hoikkala A, Butlin RK, Ritchie MG (2015) The genetic architecture of sexually selected traits in two natural populations of Drosophila montana. Heredity 115, 565-572. (10.1038/hdy.2015.63) [NBAF-L/S]

  5. Weldon L, Abolins S, Lenzi L, Bourne C, Riley EM Viney ME (2015) The gut microbiota of wild mice. PLoS One 10, e0134643. (10.1371/journal.pone.0134643) [NBAF-E/L]

  6. Wenzel MA, Webster LMI, Paterson S & Piertney SB (2015) Identification and characterisation of 17 polymorphic candidate genes for response to parasitic nematode (Trichostrongylus tenuis) infection in red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scotica). Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 23-28. (10.1007/s12686-014-0323-4) [NBAF-E/S]

  7. Wenzel MA, Piertney SB (2015) In silico identification and characterisation of 17 polymorphic anonymous non-coding sequence markers (ANMs) for red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scotica). Conservation Genetics Resources, 7 319-323. (10.1007/s12686-014-0416-0) [NBAF-E/S]

  8. Wenzel MA, James MC, Douglas A, Piertney SB (2015) Genome-wide association and genome partitioning reveal novel genomic regions underlying variation in gastrointestinal nematode burden in a wild bird. Molecular Ecology, 24 4175-4192. (10.1111/mec.13313) [NBAF-E/S]

  9. Wenzel MA, Piertney SB (2015) Digging for gold nuggets: Uncovering novel candidate genes for variation in gastrointestinal nematode burden in a wild bird species. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28, 807-825. (10.1111/jeb.12614) [NBAF-E/S]

[NBAF-B]



  1. Llewellyn CA, Sommer U, Dupont CL, Allen AE, Viant MR (2015) Using community metabolomics as a new approach to discriminate marine microbial particulate organic matter in the western English Channel. Progress in Oceanography 137, 421–433. (10.1016/j.pocean.2015.04.022)

  2. Mayor DJ, Sommer U, Cook KB & Viant MR (2015) The metabolic response of marine copepods to environmental warming and ocean acidification in the absence of food. Nature, Scientific Reports 5, 13690. (10.1038/srep13690)

[NBAF-E]


  1. Bunnefeld L, Frantz L, Lohse K (2015) Inferring bottlenecks from genome-wide samples of short sequence blocks. Genetics 201, 1157–1169. (10.1534/genetics.115.179861)

  2. Green DH, Echavarri-Bravo V, Brennan Debra, Hart MC (2015) Bacterial diversity associated with the coccolithophorid algae Emiliania huxleyi and Coccolithus pelagicus f. braarudii. BioMed Research International, article ID 194540. (10.1155/2015/194540)

  3. Hamilton PB, Lange A, Nicol E, Bickley LK, De-Bastos ESR, Jobling S, Tyler CR (2015) Effects of exposure to wwtw effluents over two generations on sexual development and breeding in roach Rutilus rutilus. Environmental Science and Technology 49, 12994–13002. (10.1021/acs.est.5b03777)

  4. Harrison MC Hammond RL, Mallon EB (2015) Reproductive workers show queen-like gene expression in an intermediately eusocial insect, the buff-tailed bumblebee Bombus terrestris Molecular Ecology 24, 3043 – 3063. (10.1111/mec.13215)

  5. Lipinska A, Cormier A, Luthringer R, Peters AF, Corre E, Gachon CMM, Cock JM, Coelho SM (2015) Sexual Dimorphism and the Evolution of Sex-Biased Gene Expression in the Brown Alga Ectocarpus. Molecular Ecology & Evolution 32, 1581-1597. (10.1093/molbev/msv049)

  6. Lohse K, Clarke M, Ritchie MG, Etges WJ (2015) Genome-wide tests for introgression between cactophilic Drosophila implicate a role of inversions during speciation. Evolution 69, 1178-1190. (10.1111/evo.12650)

  7. Mathers TC, Hammond RL, Jenner R, Hänfling B, Gómez A (2015) Transition in sexual system and sex chromosome evolution in the tadpole shrimp Triops cancriformis. Heredity 115, 37–46, (10.1038/hdy.2015.10)

  8. McTaggart SJ, Tidbury H, Bridgett S, Garbutt JS, Kaur G, Boots M (2015) Novel insights into the insect trancriptome response to a natural DNA virus. BMC Genomics 16, 310. (10.1186/s12864-015-1499-z)

  9. Nicholls JA, Pennington RT, Jozef E, Koenen M, Hughes CE, Hearn J, Bunnefeld L, Dexter KG, Stone GN, Kidner CA (2015) Using targeted enrichment of nuclear genes to increase phylogenetic resolution in the neotropical rain forest genus Inga (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae). Frontiers in Plant Science 6, 710. (10.3389/fpls.2015.00710)

  10. Porcelli D, Butlin RK, Gaston KG, Joly D, Snook RR (2015) The environmental genomics of metazoan thermal adaptation. Heredity 114, 502-514. (10.1038/hdy.2014.119)

  11. Sinclair FH, Stone GN, Nicholls JA, Cavers S, Gibbs M, Butterill P, Wagner S, Ducousso A, Gerber S, Petit R, Kremer A, and Schönrogge (2015) Impacts of local adaptation of forest trees on associations with herbivorous insects: implications for adaptive forest management. Evolutionary Applications 8, 972-987. (10.1111/eva.12329)

  12. Szitenberg A, John M, Blaxter ML, Lunt DH (2015) ReproPhylo: An Environment for Reproducible Phylogenomics. PLoS Computational Biology 11, e1004447. (10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004447)

  13. Taylor ML, Rogers AD (2015) Evolutionary dynamics of a common sub-Antarctic octocorals family. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 84, 185-204. (10.1016/j.ympev.2014.11.008)

  14. Tills O, Truebano M, Rundle SD (2015) An embryonic transcriptome of the pulmonate snail Radix balthica. Marine Genomics 24, 259-260. (10.1016/j.margen.2015.07.014)

  15. Vallejo-Marín M, Buggs RJA, Cooley AM, Puzey JR (2015) Speciation by genome duplication: Repeated origins and genomic composition of the recently formed allopolyploid species Mimulus peregrinus. Evolution 69, 1487-1500. (10.1111/evo.12678)

  16. Wachowiak W, Trivedi U, Perry A, Cavers S (2015) Comparative transcriptomics of a complex of four European pine species. BMC Genomics 16, 1444. (10.1186/s12864-015-1401-z)

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  1. Bergero R, Qiu S, Charlesworth D (2015) Gene loss from a plant sex chromosome system. Current Biology 25, 1234–1240. (10.1016/j.cub.2015.03.015)

  2. Blavet N, Blavet H, Muyle A, Käfer J, Cegan R, Deschamps C, Zemp N, Mousset S, Aubourg S, Bergero R, Charlesworth D, Hobza R, Widmer A, Marais GAB (2015) Identifying new sex-linked genes through BAC sequencing in the dioecious plant Silene latifolia. BMC Genomics 16, 546. (10.1186/s12864-015-1698-7)

  3. Folwell BD, McGenity TJ, Price A, Johnson RJ, Whitby C (2015) Exploring the capacity for anaerobic biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and naphthenic acids by microbes from oil-sands process affected waters. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 108, 214-221.(10.1016/j.ibiod.2014.12.016)

  4. Gonzalez-Quevedo C, Phillips KP, Spurgin LG, Richardson DS (2015) 454 screening of individual MHC variation in an endemic island passerine. Immunogenetics 67, 149-162. (10.1007/s00251-014-0822-1)

  5. Hall JPJ, Harrison E, Lilley AK, Paterson S, Spiers AJ, Brockhurst MA (2015) Environmentally co-occurring mercury resistance plasmids are genetically and phenotypically diverse and confer variable context-dependent fitness effects. Environmental Microbiology 17, 5008–5022. (10.1111/1462-2920.12901)

  6. Harney E, Plaistow SJ, Paterson S (2015) Transcriptional changes during Daphnia pulexdevelopment indicate that the maturation decision resembles a rate more than a threshold. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28, 944-958. (10.1111/jeb.12624)

  7. Harrison E, Guymer D, Spiers AJ, Paterson S, Brockhurst MA (2015) Parallel Compensatory Evolution Stabilizes Plasmids across the Parasitism-Mutualism Continuum. Current Biology 25, 2034–2039. (10.1016/j.cub.2015.06.024)

  8. Harrison E, Truman J, Wright R, Spiers AJ, Paterson S, Brockhurst MA (2015) Plasmid carriage can limit bacteria–phage coevolution. Biology Letters 11, 20150361. (10.1098/rsbl.2015.0361)

  9. Harrison E, Wood AJ, Dytham C, Pitchford, JW, Truman J, Spiers A, Paterson S, Brockhurst MA (2015) Bacteriophages Limit the Existence Conditions for Conjugative Plasmids. mBio 6, e00586–15. (10.1128/mBio.00586-15)

  10. Hiscox J, Savoury M, Muller CT, Lindahl BD, Rogers HJ, Boddy L (2015) Priority effects during fungal community establishment in beech wood. The ISME Journal 9, 2246-2260. (10.1038/ismej.2015.38)

  11. Jouiaei M, Casewell NR, Yanagihara AA, Nouwens A, Cribb BW, Whitehead D, Jackson TNW, Ali SA, Wagstaff SC, Koludarov I, Alewood P, Hansen J, Fry BG (2015) Firing the Sting: Chemically Induced Discharge of Cnidae Reveals Novel Proteins and Peptides from Box Jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) Venom. Toxins 7, 936-950. (10.3390/toxins7030936)

  12. Kelly LJ, Renny-Byfield S, Pellicer J, Macas J, Novák P, Neumann P, Lysak MA, Day PD, Berger M, Fay MF, Nichols RA, Leitch AR, Leitch IJ (2015) Analysis of the giant genomes of Fritillaria (Liliaceae) indicates that a lack of DNA removal characterizes extreme expansions in genome size. New Phytologist 208, 596-607. (10.1111/nph.13471)

  13. Lallias D, Fonseca VG, Gaspar J, Hiddink J, Sung W, Neill SP, Barnes N, Ferrero T, Hall T, Lambshead PJ, Packer M, Thomas WK, Creer S (2015) Environmental metabarcoding reveal heterogeneous drivers of microbial eukaryote diversity in contrasting estuarine ecosystems. The ISME Journal 9, 1208-1221. (10.1038/ismej.2014.213)

  14. Ma L, Hatlen A, Kelly LJ, Becher H, Wang W, Kovarik A, Leitch IJ, Leitch AR (2015) Angiosperms are unique among land plant lineages in the occurrence of key genes in the RNA-directed DNA Methylation (RdDM) pathway. Genome Biology and Evolution 7, 2648-2662. (10.1093/gbe/evv171)

  15. Mable BK, Kilbride E, Viney M, Tinsley RR (2015) Genetic diversity in tetraploids after a severe bottleneck: immune and neutral gene variation in a feral population of Xenopus laevis. Immunogenetics 67, 591-603. (10.1007/s00251-015-0860-3)

  16. Moura AE, Kenny JG, Chaudhuri R, Hughes MA, Reisinger RR, de Bruyn PJN, Dahlheim ME, Hall N, Hoelzel AR (2015) Phylogenomics of the killer whale indicates ecotype divergence in sympatry. Heredity 114, 48-55. (10.1038/hdy.2014.67)

  17. Puxty RJ, Perez-Sepulveda B, Rihtman B, Evans DJ, Millard AD, Scanlan DJ (2015) Spontaneous deletion of an ‘ORFanage’ region facilitates host adaptation in a ‘photosynthetic’ cyanophage. PLoS One 10, e0132642. (10.1371/journal.pone.0132642)

  18. Sanni GO, Coulon F, McGenity TJ (2015) Dynamics and distribution of bacterial and archaeal communities in oil-contaminated temperate coastal mudflat mesocosms. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22, 15230-15247. (10.1007/s11356-015-4313-1)

  19. Smith G, Smith C, Kenny JG, Chaudhuri RR, Ritchie MG (2015) Genome-wide differential methylation between marine and freshwater ecotypes of the threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Molecular Biology & Evolution 32, 888-895. (10.1093/molbev/msu344)

  20. Wichard T, Charrier B, Mineur F, Bothwell JH, Clerck OD, Coates JC (2015) The green seaweed Ulva: a model system to study morphogenesis.  Frontiers in Plant Science 6, 72. (10.3389/fpls.2015.00072)

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  1. Acker P, Gregoire A, Rat M, Spottiswoode CN, van Dijk RE, Kaden JC, Pradel R, Hatchwell BJ, Covas R, Doutrelant C (2015) Disruptive viability selection on a black plumage trait associated with dominance. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28, 2027-2041. (10.1111/jeb.12717)

  2. Adams MJ, Robinson MR, Mannarelli ME, Hatchwell BJ (2015) Social genetic and social environment effects on parental and helper care in a cooperatively breeding bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 282, 20150689. (10.1098/rspb.2015.0689)

  3. *Almalki M, Shobrak M, AlRashidi M, dos Remedios N, Szekely T (2015) Sex differences and breeding ecology of a burrow-breeding shorebird, the Crab plover Dromas ardeloa. Wader Study Group Bulletin 121, 169-176. (http://www.waderstudygroup.org/article/6398/)

  4. Cleasby I, Wakefield ED, Bodey TW, Davies RD, Patrick S, Miller P, Newton J, Votier S, Bearhop S, Hamer KC (2015) Sexual segregation in a wide-ranging marine predator is a consequence of habitat selection. Marine Ecology Progress Series 518, 1-12 (10.3354/meps11112)

  5. *Dawson DA, Brekke P, dos Remedios N, Horsburgh GJ (2015) A marker suitable for sex-typing birds from degraded samples. Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 337-343. (10.1007/s12686-015-0429-3)

  6. *Dawson DA, Bird S, Horsburgh GJ, Ball AD (2015) Autosomal and Z-linked microsatellite markers enhanced for cross-species utility and assessed in a range of birds, including species of conservation concern. Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 881-886. (10.​1007/​s12686-015-0495-6)

  7. *Dawson DA, Kleven O, dos Remedios N, Horsburgh GJ, Kroglund RT, Santos T, Hewitt CRA (2015) A multiplex microsatellite set for non-invasive genotyping and sexing of the osprey (Pandion haliaetus). Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 887-894. (10.​1007/​s12686-015-0497-4)

  8. Dos Remedios N, Székely T, Küpper C, Lee PLM, Kosztolanyi A (2015) Ontogenic differences in sexual size dimorphism across four plover populations. Ibis 157, 590–600. (10.1111/ibi.12263)

  9. Fish KE, Collins R, Green NH, Sharpe RL, Douterelo I, Osborn AM, Boxall JB (2015) Characterisation of the physical composition and microbial community structure of biofilms within a model full-scale drinking water distribution system. PLoS ONE 10, e0115824. (10.1371/journal.pone.0115824)

  10. Freer JJ, Mable BK, Clucas GV, Rogers AD, Polito MJ, Dunn M, Naveen R, Levy HJ, Hart T (2015) Limited genetic differentiation among chinstrap penguin (Pygoscelis antarctica) colonies in the Scotia Arc and Western Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology 38, 1493-1502. (10.1007/s00300-015-1711-2)

  11. Gullett PR, BJ Hatchwell, RA Robinson, KL Evans (2015) Breeding season weather determines long-tailed tit reproductive success through impacts on recruitment. Journal of Avian Biology 46, 441-451. (10.1111/jav.00560)

  12. Heathcote RJP, Dawson DA, Uller T (2015) Characterisation of nine European wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) microsatellite loci of utility across sub-species. Conservation Genetic Resources 7, 85-87. (10.1007/s12686-014-0294-5)

  13. Jackson H, Strubbe D, Tollington S, Prys-Jones R, Matthysen E, Groombridge JJ (2015) Ancestral origins and invasion pathways in a globally invasive bird correlate with climate and influences from bird trade. Molecular Ecology 24, 4269–4285. (10.1111/mec.13307)

  14. Jumpa S, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Walton C (2015) Conserved microsatellite markers of high cross-species utility for flying, ground and tree squirrels. Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 599-603. (10.​1007/​s12686-015-0439-1)

  15. *Kim KW, Zhang H, Horsburgh GJ, Bird S, Dawson DA, Griffith SC, Burke T (2015) Four-way development of microsatellite markers for the Gouldian finch (Erythrura gouldiae). Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 899–907. (10.​1007/​s12686-015-0498-3)

  16. King HC, Murphy A, James P, Travis E, Porter D, Hung, Y-J Saywer J, Cork J, Delahay RJ, Gaze W, Courtenay O, Wellington EM (2015) The variability and seasonality of the environmental reservoir of Mycobacterium bovis shed by wild European badgers. Scientific Reports 5, 12318. (10.1038/srep12318)

  17. King HC, Murphy A, James P, Travis E, Porter D, Sawyer J, Cork J, Delahay RJ, Gaze W, Courtenay O, Wellington EM (2015) Performance of a Non-Invasive Test for Detecting Shedding in European Badger (Meles meles) Populations. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 53, 2316-23. (10.1128/JCM.00762-15)

  18. Lieber L, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Noble LR, Jones CS (2015) Microsatellite loci for basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) monitoring and conservation. Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 917-944. 10.​1007/​s12686-015-0493-8)

  19. Lundgren MR, Besnard G, Ripley BS, Lehmann CER, Chatelet DS, Kynast RG, Namaganda M, Vorontsova MS, Hall RC, Elia J, Osborne CP, Christin P-A (2015) Photosynthetic innovation broadens the niche within a single species. Ecology Letters, 18, 1021-1029. (10.1111/ele.12484)

  20. Mortega KG, Horsburgh GJ, Illera JC, Dawson DA (2015) Characterization of microsatellite markers for Saxicola species. Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 273-278. (10.1007/s12686-014-0355-9)

  21. Otti O, Johnston PR, Horsburgh GJ, Galindo J, Reinhardt K (2015) Female transcriptomic response to male genetic and non-genetic ejaculate variation. Behavioral Ecology 26, 681-688 (10.1093/beheco/aru209)

  22. Paquet M, C Doutrelant, BJ Hatchwell, CN Spottiswoode, R Covas (2015) Antagonistic effects of helpers on breeding male and female survival in a cooperatively breeding bird. Journal of Animal Ecology 84, 1354-1362. (10.1111/1365-2656.12377)

  23. Patrick SC, Bearhop S, Bodey TW, Grecian WJ, Hamer KC, Lee J, Votier SC (2015) Individual seabirds show consistent foraging strategies in response to predictable fisheries discards. Journal of Avian Biology 46, 431-440. (10.1111/jav.00660)

  24. Sin YW, Annavi G, Newman C, Buesching C (2015) MHC class II assortative mate choice in European badgers (Meles meles). Molecular Ecology 24, 3138–3150. (10.1111/mec.13217

  25. Strubbe D, Jackson H, Groombridge J, Matthysen E (2015) Invasion success of a global avian invader is explained by within-taxon niche structure and association with humans in the native range. Diversity and Distribution 21, 675–685. (10.1111/ddi.12325)

  26. Tollington S, Greenwood A, Jones CG, Hoeck P, Chowrimootoo A, Smith D, Richards H, Tatayah V, Groombridge J (2015) Detailed monitoring of a small but recovering population reveals sublethal effects of disease and unexpected interactions with supplementary feeding. Journal of Animal Ecology 84, 969-977. (10.1111/1365-2656.12348)

  27. van Dijk RE, R Covas, C Doutrelant, CN Spottiswoode & BJ Hatchwell (2015). Fine-scale genetic structure reflects sex-specific dispersal strategies in a population of sociable weavers (Philetairus socius). Molecular Ecology 24, 4296-4311. (10.1111/mec.13308)

  28. Wakefield ED, Cleasby IR, Bearhop S, Bodey TW, Davies R, Miller PI, Newton J, Votier SC, Hamer KC (2015) Long-term individual foraging site fidelity – why some gannets don’t change their spots. Ecology 96, 3058-3074. (10.1890/14-1300.1)

  29. While GM, Michaelides S, Heathcote RJP, MacGregor HEA, Zajac N, Beninde J, Carazo P, Pérez i de Lanuza G, Sacchi R, Zuffi MAL, Horváthová T, Fresnillo B, Schulte U, Veith M, Hochkirch A, Uller T (2015) Sexual selection drives asymmetric introgression in wall lizards. Ecology Letters 18, 1366-1375. (10.1111/ele.12531)

  30. Williams RC, Dawson DA, Horsbugh GJ, Sinclair W (2015) Isolation and characterisation of microsatellite loci for the ancient cephalopod, Nautilus pompilius. Conservation Genetics Resources 7, 107-111. (10.1007/s12686-014-0304-7)

  31. Williams RC, Jackson BC, Duvaux L, Dawson DA, Burke T, Sinclair W (2015) The genetic structure of Nautilus pompilius populations surrounding Australia and the Philippines. Molecular Ecology 24, 3316-28. (10.1111/mec.13255)

  32. Young EF, Blechier M, Hauser L, Horsburgh GJ, Meredith MP, Murphy EJ, Pascoal S, Rock J, Tysklind N, Carvalho GR (2015) Oceanography and life history predict contrasting genetic population structure in two Antarctic fish species. Evolutionary applications 8, 486-509. (10.1111/eva.12259)

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  1. Lehmann K, Singer A, Bowes MJ, Ings NL, Field D, Bell T (2015) 16S rRNA assessment of the influence of shading on early-successional biofilms in experimental streams. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91, fiv129. (10.1093/femsec/fiv129)

  2. Patalano S, Vlasova A, Wyatt C, Ewels P, Camara F, Ferreira PG, Asher CL, Jurkowski TP, Segonds-Pichon A, Bachman M, González-Navarrete I, Minoche AE, Krueger F, Lowy E, Marcet-Houben M, Rodriguez-Ales JL, Nascimento FS, Balasubramanian S, Gabaldon T, Tarver JE, Andrews S, Himmelbauer H, Hughes WOH, Guigó R, Reik W, Sumner S (2015) Molecular signatures of plastic phenotypes in two eusocial insect species with simple societies. PNAS 112, 13970-13975. (10.1073/pnas151937112)


Theses


  1. Alfadhala S (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Sheffield) Evolutionary and ecological genetics of the Egyptian spiny mouse Acomys dimidiatus. (NBAF-S)

  2. Ball A (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Bath) Sexual conflict in the penduline tits (Remizidae): implications for sperm competition and speciation. (NBAF-S)

  3. Braim B (2015) PhD thesis (University of Leicester) Exploring the regulatory role of behaviour and genome architecture in the socially polymorphic ant, Leptothorax acervorum. http://hdl.handle.net/2381/36076 (NBAF-E)

  4. Clare FC (2015) PhD Thesis (Imperial College) Quantifying the impact of infection by Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis on montane populations of Alytes obstetricans. (NBAF-E)

  5. Cotton A (2015) PhD Thesis (University College London) What drives sexual selection? Meiotic drive stress and mate choice in stalk-eyed flies. (NBAF-S)

  6. Dalton N (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Bristol) Impact and management of native plant reintroduction: the case of the greater water parsnip, Sium latifolium. (NBAF-S)

  7. Godsal B (2015) PhD Thesis (Imperial College London) Mechanisms of space use in the wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus. (NBAF-S)

  8. Jackson H (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Kent) Evolutionary and conservation genetics of endemic and invasive parrots. (NBAF-S)

  9. Jumpa S (2015) PhD thesis (University of Manchester) (University of Manchester) Assessment of Human Impact on the Genetic Diversity of Tropical Forest Taxa. (NBAF-S)

  10. Lieber L (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Aberdeen) The application of molecular ecology and hydroacoustics to understand the spatiotemporal patterns of seascape use of a planktivorous shark, the basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus, G. 1765). (NBAF-S)

  11. Molloy JC (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Oxford) Wolbachia-mosquito interactions and engineered female-specific lethality for Aedes–arbovirus control. (NBAF-B)

  12. Mortega KG (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Konstanz, Germany) The contributions of seasonality, song and hormonal regulation to the evolution of songbirds. (NBAF-S)

  13. Perez-Sepulveda B (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Warwick) Molecular basis of cyanophage resistance in marine Synechococcus. (NBAF-L)

  14. Pylidis C (2015) PhD thesis (University of Bristol) Evaluating the status of brown bears (Ursus arctos) in Greece with the use of non-invasive genetics. (NBAF-S)

  15. Robinson C (2015) PhD thesis (University of Aberdeen) Aspects of the molecular ecology of white sharks (Carcharadon carcharias). (NBAF-S)

  16. Rouger R (2015) PhD thesis (University of Stirling) Restoration genetics of north-west European saltmarshes: a multiscale analysis of population genetic structure in Puccinellia maritima and Triglochin maritime. (NBAF-S) 

  17. Sobczyk MK (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Oxford) Application of next-generation sequencing to analysis of the genetic basis of complex traits in plants, with particular focus on nickel hyperaccumulation in the Alyssum serpyllifolium species complex. (NBAF-E)

  18. Truman JA (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Liverpool) Experimental evolution of parasite life-history in bacteriophage phi-2. http://repository.liv.ac.uk/2007429/ (NBAF-L)

  19. Walker TWN (2015) PhD Thesis (The University of Manchester) Climate and vegetation effects on the northern peatland carbon cycle. (NBAF-E)

  20. Williams, RC (2015) PhD Thesis (University of Lancaster) Evolutionary biology of the exploited cephalopod, Nautilus pompilius. (NBAF-S)
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