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  1. Bending GD, Burns CA, Barnes C, Gweon HS, McNamara N, van der Gast C (2015) Temporal processes governing the assembly and function of the fungal rhizosphere microbiome. Society for General Microbiology Annual Conference, Birmingham, Mar-Apr 2015​. NBAF-W

  2. Bergero R, Levsen N, Wolff K, Charlesworth D (2015) Poster presentations: The effect of gynodioecy on the molecular evolution of nuclear and mitochondrial genomes. Soc Molec Biol Evolution, July 2015, Vienna and Population genetics group meeting Dec 2015. NBAF-E

  3. Braim, B & Hammond RL (2015) poster: RAD marker association mapping of polymorphic social organisation. Popgroup 48, University of Sheffield, January 2015. NBAF-E

  4. dos Remedios N, Lee PLM, Burke T, Szekely T, Kupper C (2015) Oral presentation: Biogeographic origins of shorebirds with variable mating systems. Australian Marine Sciences Association Conference (Geelong, Australia) July. NBAF-S.

  5. dos Remedios N, Lee PLM, Burke T, Szekely T, Kupper C (2015) Poster presentation: Biogeographic origins of shorebirds with variable mating systems. Behaviour2015 (Cairns, Australia) August. NBAF-S.

  6. Engel J, Sommer U, Viant MR (2015) Meeting Abstract: Extending the application of regularized MANOVA to the analysis of a multi-factor mass spectrometry metabolomics study. MetaboMeeting, Cambridge, December 2015. NBAF-B

  7. Fish KE et al (2015) Poster presentation: The impact of hydraulic conditions upon drinking water distribution system biofilms. IWA Specialized Conference, Biofilms in drinking water systems: From treatment to tap. Aug 23-26th, Arosa, Switzerland. NBAF-S

  8. Hahn C, Joyce D (2015) Poster presentation: Genomics of speciation and introgression in the Lake Malawi cichlid radiation. 48th Population Genetics Group meeting Sheffield, January 2015. NBAF-E

  9. Hahn C, Joyce D (2015) Poster presentation: Genome scans identify the genomic architecture of sympatric speciation in cichlids. Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, Austria July 2015. http://figshare.com/authors/Christoph_Hahn/766944. NBAF-E

  10. Hahn, Genner & Joyce (2015) Presentation: Genome scans identify the genomic architecture of sympatric speciation in cichlids. Cichlid Science meeting, September 2015. NBAF-E

  11. Hahn, Genner & Joyce. Deep water cichlids reveal new genomic mechanisms for sensory drive speciation. Presentation, Population Genetic Group Meeting, December 2015 (best post-doc talk prize). NBAF-E

  12. Harrison MC, Mallon EB, Hammond RL (2015) Talk: Unmasking the evolutionary effects of ploidy-limited expression. Popgroup 48, University of Sheffield, January 2015. NBAF-E

  13. Hauton C (2015) Seminar: Invertebrate immune receptors: diversity and response. Down-syndrome cell adhesion molecule. Endeavour Society, University of Bangor. (February) NBAF-L.

  14. Hauton C, Hammond JA (2015) Oral presentation: Change in expression profile of Ig7- variant domain in Carcinus maenas Down Syndrome Cell Adhesion Molecule (hv-CmDscam) mRNA in response to pathogenic infection. NBAF-L

  15. Lange A, Gharbi K, Cézard T, van Aerle R, Studholme DJ, Tyler CR (2015) Conference presentation: Identification of a genetic sex marker in roach (Rutilus rutilus) and its application to studies on endocrine disruption. Society for Experimental Biology (SEB), Prague, Czech Republic. NBAF-E

  16. Levsen N, Bergero R, Charlesworth D, Wolff K (2015) Poster presentation: Heteroplasmy in the mitochondria of a flowering plant, ribwort plantain (Plantago lanceolata). Conference Soc Molec Biol and Evol in Vienna, July 2015. NBAF-E

  17. Levsen N, Bergero R, Charlesworth D, Wolff K (2015) Poster presentation: Frequent, geographically structured heteroplasmy in the mitochondria of a flowering plant, ribwort plantain (Plantago lanceolata). Conference Population Genetics Group Meeting in Edinburgh, Dec 2015. NBAF-E

  18. Lieber L, Berrow S, Hall G, Hall J, Duffy C, Francis M, Robinson K, Gubili C, Sarginson J, Witt MJ, Henderson S, Dawson D, Horsburgh JG, Burke TA, Sims DW, Jones CS, Noble, LR (2015) Basking without borders: Global gene flow in the basking shark despite first evidence of inter-annual site-fidelity in the Northeast Atlantic. Annual Symposium of the Fisheries Society of the British Isles ‘Biology, Ecology and conservation of Elasmobranchs’, July 2015. NBAF-S

  19. Leitch IJ (2015) invited lecture: Genome size diversity and evolution across land plants. Wuhan Botanical Garden, China, April 2015. NBAF-E/L

  20. Leitch IJ (2015) invited lecture: Genome size diversity and evolution across land plants. Fairy Lake Botanical Garden, Shezhen, China, April 2015. NBAF-E/L

  21. Leitch IJ (2015) invited lecture: Insights into repeat dynamics in the giant genomes of Fritillaria. International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology, Iguasu, Brazil, October 2015. NBAF-E/L

  22. Lohse K (2015) invited presentation: Likelihood based inference of population
    history. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (Germany). October. NBAF-E

  23. Lohse K (2015) invited plenary: Inferring population history from genomes. Italian Society for Evolutionary Biology meeting, Bologna, September 2015. NBAF-E

  24. Lohse K (2015) invited seminar: Inferring demographic history from genomes. Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionelle et Evolutive, CNRS Montepellier, May 2015. NBAF-E

  25. Mayor DJ, Sommer U, Cook KB, Viant MR (2015) The nontargeted metabolomics data have been deposited at MetaboLights, study number MTBLS91:

(ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/metabolights/studies/public/MTBLS91/). NBAF-B

  1. Molloy JC, Sommer U, Viant MR, Sinkins SP (2015) Meeting Abstract: Intracellular bacteria modulate the lipid metabolism of mosquito cells: a lipidomics study. MetaboMeeting, Cambridge, December 2015. NBAF-B

  2. Pellicer J (2015) invited lecture: Insights into the evolutionary processes driving genome size diversity and obesity in angiosperms. 4th Brazilian Cytogenetics Meeting in Sao Paulo, May 2015. NBAF-E/L

  3. Pellicer J (2015) invited lecture: Insights into the evolutionary processes driving genome size diversity and obesity in angiosperms. Evolution Meeting in Sao Paulo, June 2015. NBAF-E/L

  4. Qiu S, Bergero R, Guico Rico S, Cezard T, Gharbi K, Charlesworth D (2015) Talk: The evolution of suppressed recombination in a plant sex chromosome. Population Genetic Group meeting, January 2015. NBAF-E/L

  5. Sommer U, Mayor DJ, Cook KB, Viant MR (2015) Meeting Abstract: FT-ICR MS based analysis of the metabolic response of marine copepods to environmental changes in the absence of food. 36th BMSS Annual Meeting, University of Birmingham, September 2015. NBAF-B

  6. Tyler CR (2015) Conference presentation: the Feminisation of Nature. Howard Hughes Lecture – Medical University of South Carolina, USA. NBAF-E

Public outreach:



  1. Leitch, Harlow Alpine Garden Society meeting 28th February 2015 – Poster and plant display on Fritillaria work – wins Gold Medal.

  2. Leitch, Article on plant genome size (including Fritillaria) published in the science magazine Nautilus: http://nautil.us/issue/29/scaling/the-galaxy-that-got-too-big.

  3. Leitch IJ (2015) Talk and discussion presented to public: Why size matters when it comes to genomes. This formed part of the ‘Meet Kew Experts’ series of talks presented to the public on 28th July during the summer festival ‘Full of Spice’ at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond.

[2014]
[Joint nodes]


  1. Becher H, Ma L, Kelly LJ, Kovarik A, Leitch IJ, Leitch AR (2014) Endogenous pararetrovirus sequences associated with 24 nt small RNAs at the centromeres of Fritillaria imperialis L. (Liliaceae), a species with a giant genome. The Plant Journal 80, 823-833. (10.1111/tpj.12673) (NBAF-E/L)

  2. Casewell NR, Wagstaff SC, Wüster W, Cook DAN, Bolton FMS, King SI, Pla D, Sanz L, Calvete JJ, Harrison RA (2014) Medically important differences in snake venom composition are dictated by distinct postgenomic mechanisms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 111, 9205-9210. (10.1073/pnas.1405484111) (NBAF-E/W)

  3. Dodsworth S, Chase MW, Kelly LJ, Leitch IJ, Macas J, Novák P, Piednoël M, Weiss-Schneeweiss H, Leitch AR (2014) Genomic repeat abundances contain phylogenetic signal. Systematic Biology 64, 112-126. (10.1093/sysbio/syu080) (NBAF-E/L)

  4. Fountain T, Duvaux L, Horsburgh G, Reinhardt K, Butlin RK (2014) Human-facilitated metapopulation dynamics in an emerging pest species, Cimex lectularius. Molecular Ecology 23, 1071-1084. (10.1111/mec.12673) (NBAF-E/S)

  5. Hornett EA, Moran B, Reynolds LA, Charlat S, Tazzyman S, Wedell N, Jiggins CD, Hurst GDD (2014) The evolution of sex ratio distorter suppression affects a 25 cM genomic region in the butterfly hypolimnas bolina. PLoS Genetics 10:e1004822. (10.1371/journal.pgen.1004822) (NBAF-E/L)

  6. Wenzel MA & Piertney SB (2014) Fine-scale population epigenetic structure in relation to gastro-intestinal parasite load in red grouse (Lagopus l. scotica). Molecular Ecology 23, 4256-4273 (10.1111/mec.12833) (NBAF-E/L)

[NBAF-B]


  1. Ellis RP, Spicer JI, Byrne JJ, Sommer U, Viant MR, White DA, Widdicombe S (2014) 1H NMR Metabolomics reveals contrasting response by male and female mussels exposed to reduced seawater pH, increased temperature, and a pathogen. Environ. Sci. Technol. 48, 7044–52. (10.1021/es501601w)

  2. Poulson-Ellestad KL, Jones CM, Roy J, Viant MR, Fernández FM, Kubanek J, Nunne, BL (2014) Metabolomics and proteomics reveal impacts of chemically mediated competition on marine plankton. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 111 (24), 9009-14. (10.1073/pnas.1402130111)

  3. Søfteland L, Kirwan JA, Hori TSF, Størseth TR, Sommer U, Berntssen MHG, Viant MR, Rise ML, Waagbø R, Torstensen BE, Booman M, Olsvik PA (2014) Toxicological effect of single contaminants and contaminant mixtures associated with plant ingredients in novel salmon feeds. Food and Chemical Toxicology 73, 157-174. (10.1016/j.fct.2014.08.008)

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  1. Blaxter M, Koutsovoulos G (2014) The evolution of parasitism in Nematoda. Parasitology 142, S26-S39. (10.1017/S0031182014000791)

  2. Brown DS, Burger R, Cole N, Vencatasamy D, Clare EL, Montazam A, Symondson WOC (2014) Dietary competition between the alien Asian Musk Shrew (Suncus murinus) and a reintroduced population of Telfair’s Skink (Leiolopisma telfairii). Molecular Ecology 23, 3695–3705. (10.1111/mec.12445)

  3. Cameron TC, Plaistow S, Mugabo M, Piertney SB, Benton TG (2014) Eco-evolutionary dynamics. Experiments in a model system. Advances in Ecological Research 50, 171-206. (10.1016/B978-0-12-801374-8.00005-0)

  4. Diaz SA, Brunet V, Lloyd-Jones GC, Spinner W, Wharam B, Viney M (2014) Diverse and potentially manipulative signalling with ascarosides in the model nematode C. elegans. BMC Evol Biol 14, 46. (10.1186/1471-2148-14-46)

  5. Duvaux L, Geissmann Q, Gharbi K, Zhou JJ, Ferrari J, Smadja CM, Butlin RK (2014) Dynamics of copy number variation in host races of the pea aphid. Molecular Biology and Evolution 32, 63-80. (10.1093/molbev/msu266)

  6. Hearn J, Stone GN, McInnes L, Nicholls JA, Barton NH & Lohse K (2014) Likelihood-based inference of population history from low coverage de novo genome assemblies. Molecular Ecology 23, 198-211. (10.1111/mec.12578)

  7. Hickerson MJ, Stone GN, Lohse K, Demos T, Xia X, Takabayashi N (2014) Recommendations for using msBayes to incorporate uncertainty in selecting an ABC model prior: a response to Oaks et al. Evolution 68, 284-294. (10.1111/evo.12241)

  8. Lunt DH, Kumar S, Koutsovoulos G, Blaxter ML (2014) The complex hybrid origins of the root knot nematodes revealed through comparative genomics. PeerJ 2: e356. (10.7717/peerj.356)

  9. Nadeau NJ, Ruiz M, Salazar P, Counterman B, Medina JA, Ortiz-Zuazaga H, Morrison A, McMillan WO, Jiggins CD, Papa R (2014) Population genomics of parallel hybrid zones in the mimetic butterflies, H. melpomene and H. erato. Genome Research 24, 1316–1333. (10.1101/gr.169292.113)

  10. Pascoal S, Cezard T, Eik-Nes A, Gharbi K, Majewska J, Payne E, Ritchie MG, Zuk M, Bailey NW (2014) Rapid convergent evolution in wild crickets. Current Biology 24,1367-1374. (10.1016/j.cub.2014.04.053)

  11. Pegoraro M, Noreen S, Bhutani S, Tsolou A, Schmid R, Kyriacou CP, Tauber E (2014) Molecular evolution of a pervasive natural amino-acid substitution in Drosophila cryptochrome. PLOS ONE 9 e86483. (10.1371/journal.pone.0086483)

  12. Pellicer J, Kelly LJ, Leitch IJ, Zomlefer WB, Fay MF (2014) A universe of dwarfs and giants: genome size and chromosome evolution in the monocot family Melanthiaceae. New Phytologist 201, 1484-1497. (10.1111/nph.12617)

  13. Riddell CE, Lobaton Garces JD, Adams S, Barribeau SM, Twell D, Mallon EB (2014) Differential gene expression and alternative splicing in insect immune specificity. BMC Genomics 15, 1031. (10.1186/1471-2164-15-1031)

  14. Robinson J, Bunnefeld L, Hearn J, Stone GN, Hickerson M (2014) ABC inference of multi-population divergence with admixture from un-phased population genomic data. Molecular Ecology 23, 4458–4471. (10.1111/mec.12881)

  15. Sobczyk MK (2014) In search of French populations of Alyssum serpyllifolium – an exemplary nickel hyperaccumulator species. Genetics Society News 70, 41–42. (NBAF-E)

  16. Szitenberg A, Koutsovoulos G, Blaxter ML, Lunt DH (2014) The evolution of tyrosine-recombinase elements in Nematoda. PLoS One 9: e106630. (10.1371/journal.pone.0106630)

  17. Thompson MJ, Timmermans MJTN, Jiggins CD, Vogler AP (2014) The evolutionary genetics of highly divergent alleles of the mimicry locus in Papilio dardanus. BMC Evolutionary Biology 14, 140. (10.1186/1471-2148-14-140)

  18. Timmermans MJTN, Baxter SW, Clark R, Heckel DG, Vogel H, Collins S, Papanicolaou A, Fukova I, Joron M, Thompson MJ, Jiggins CD, ffrench-Constant RH, Vogler AP (2014) Comparative genomics of the mimicry switch in Papilio dardanus. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 282. (10.1098/rspb.2014.0465)

  19. *Trivedi UH, Cezard T, Bridgett S, Montazam A, Nichols J, Blaxter M, Gharbi K (2014) Quality control of next-generation sequencing data without a reference. Frontiers in Genetics 5, 111. (10.3389/fgene.2014.00111)

  20. Yang EC, Peters AF, Kawai H, Stern R, Hanyuda T, Bàrbara I, Müller DG, Strittmatter M, Prud'homme van Reine WF, Küpper FC (2014) Ligulate Desmarestia (Desmarestiales, Phaeophyceae) revisited: D. japonica sp. nov. and D. dudresnayi differ from D. ligulata. Journal of Phycology 50, 149-166. (10.1111/jpy.12148) Corrigendum: Journal of Phycology 50, 771-1.

  21. *Watson M, Thomson M, Risse J, Talbot R, Santoyo-Lopez J, Gharbi K, Blaxter M (2014) poRe: an R package for the visualization and analysis of nanopore sequencing data. Bioinformatics 31, 114-115. (10.1093/bioinformatics/btu590)

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  1. Baumann K, Casewell NR, Ali SA, Jackson TNW, Vetter I, Dobson JS, Cutmore SC, Nouwens A, Lavergne V, Fry BG (2014) A ray of venom: combined proteomic and transcriptomic investigation of fish venom composition using barb tissue from the blue-spotted stingray (Neotrygon kuhlii). Journal of Proteomics 109, 188-198. (10.1016/j.jprot.2014.06.004)

  2. Bossus MC, Guler YZ, Short SJ, Morrison ER, Ford AT (2014) Behavioural and transcriptional changes in the amphipod Echinogammarus marinus exposed to two antidepressants, fluoxetine and sertraline. Aquatic Toxicology 151, 46-56. (10.1016/j.aquatox.2013.11.025)

  3. Cowan DA, Makhalanyane TP, Dennis PG, Hopkins WD (2014) Microbial ecology and biogeochemistry of continental Antarctic soils. Frontiers in Microbiology 5, 154. (10.3389/fmicb.2014.00154)

  4. Ellis S, Matthews JB, Shaw DJ, Paterson S, McWilliam HE, Inglis NF, Nisbet AJ (2014) Ovine IgA-reactive proteins from Teladorsagia circumcincta infective larvae. International Journal for Parasitology 44, 743-750. (10.1016/j.ijpara.2014.05.007)

  5. Fong PP, Ford AT (2014) The biological effects of antidepressants on the molluscs and crustaceans: A review. Aquatic Toxicology 151, 4-13. (10.1016/j.aquatox.2013.12.003)

  6. Mazard S, Ostrowski M, Holland R, Zubkov MV, Scanlan DJ (2014) Targeted genomics of flow cytometrically sorted cultured and uncultured microbial groups. In IT Paulsen and AJ Holmes (eds.), Environmental Microbiology: Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology 1096, 203-212. (10.1007/978-1-62703-712-9_16).

  7. Moura AE, Kenny JG, Chaudhuri R, Hughes MA, Welch A, Reisinger RR, de Bruyn PJN, Dahlheim ME, Hall N, Hoelzel AR (2014) Population genomics of the killer whale indicates ecotype evolution in sympatry involving both selection and drift.  Molecular Ecology 23, 5179-5192. (10.1111/mec.12929)

  8. Price SJ, Garner TWJ, Nichols RA, Balloux F, Ayres C, Mora-Cabello de Alba A, Bosch J (2014) Collapse of amphibian communities due to an introduced ranavirus. Current Biology 24, 2586-2591 (10.1016/j.cub.2014.09.028)

  9. Price TAR, Bretman A, Gradilla AC, Reger J, Taylor ML, Giraldo P, Campbell A, Hurst GDD, Wedell N (2014) Does polyandry controls population sex ratio via regulation of a selfish gene? Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 281, 20133259. (10.1098/rspb.2013.3259)

  10. Short SJ, G Yang, Y Guler, A Green Etxabe, P Kille, Ford AT (2014) Crustacean intersexuality is feminization without demasculinization: implications for environmental toxicology. Environmental Science and Technology 48, 13520-13529.

  11. Short SJ, G Yang, P Kille, Ford AT (2014) Vitellogenin is not an appropriate biomarker of feminisation in a crustacean. Aquatic Toxicology 153, 89-97.

  12. Westram AM, Galindo J, Alm Rosenblad M, Grahame JW, Panova M, Butlin RK (2014) Do the same genes underlie parallel phenotypic divergence in differentLittorina saxatilis populations? Molecular Ecology 23, 4603-16. (10.1111/mec.12883).

[NBAF-S]


  1. Annavi G, Newman C, Buesching CD, Macdonald DW, Burke T, Dugdale HL (2014) Heterozygosity–fitness correlations in a wild mammal population: accounting for parental and environmental effects. Ecology and Evolution 4, 2594-2609. (10.1002/ece3.1112)

  2. Annavi G, Newman C, Dugdale HL, Buesching CD, Sin, YW, Burke T, Macdonald DW (2014) Neighbouring-group composition and within-group relatedness drive extra-group paternity rate in the European badger (Meles meles). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27, 2191–2203. (10.1111/jeb.12473)

  3. Buckland S, Cole NC, Groombridge JJ, Küpper C, Burke T, Dawson DA, Gallagher LE, Harris S (2014) High risks of losing genetic diversity in an endemic Mauritian gecko: Implications for conservation. PLoS One 9, e93387 (10.1371/journal.pone.0093387)

  4. Buckland S, Cole NC, Godsall B, Rodriquez-Perez J, Gallagher LE, Henshaw SM, Harris S (2014) Habitat selection of the Mauritian lowland forest day gecko at multiple spatial scales: a baseline for translocation. Global Ecology and Conservation 1, 71-79. (10.1016/j.gecco.2014.06.001)

  5. Cotton AJ, Földvári M, Cotton S, Pomiankowski A (2014) Male eyespan size is associated with meiotic drive in wild stalk-eyed flies (Teleopsis dalmanni). Heredity 112, 363–369. (10.1038/hdy.2013.131)

  6. Ekblom R, Wennekes P, Horsburgh GJ, Burke T (2014) Characterisation of the house sparrow (Passer domesticus) transcriptome: a resource for molecular ecology and immunogenetics. Molecular Ecology Resources 14, 636–646. (10.1111/1755-0998.12213)

  7. Engler JO, Secondi J, Dawson DA, Roderus D, Elle O, Hochkirch A (2014) Cross-species utility of 22 microsatellite markers in the Melodious warbler (Hippolais polyglotta). Avian Biology Research 7, 91-98. (10.3184/175815514X13947968713023)

  8. Frantz AC, McDevitt AD, Pope LC, Kochan J, Davison J, Clements CF, Elmeros M, Molina-Vacas G, Ruiz-Gonzalez A, Balestrieri A, Van Den Berge K, Breyne P, Do Linh San E, Argen EO, Suchentrunk F, Schley L, Kowalczyk R, Kostka BI, Cirovic D, Sprem N, Colyn M, Ghirardi M, Racheva V, Braun C, Oliveira R, Lanszki J, Stubbe A, Stubbe M, Stier N, Burke T (2014) Re-visiting the phylogeography and demography of European badgers (Meles meles) based on broad sampling, multiple markers and simulations. Heredity 113, 443-453. (10.1038/hdy.2014.45)

  9. Godsall B, Coulson T, Malo AF (2014) From physiology to space use: energy reserves and androgenization explain home-range size variation in a woodland rodent. Journal of Animal Ecology 83, 126-135. (10.1111/1365-2656.12116)

  10. Green JP, Cant MA, Field J (2014) Using social parasitism to test reproductive skew models in a primitively eusocial wasp. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281, 20141206. (10.1098/rspb.2014.1206)

  11. Gullett P, Evans KL, Robinson RA, Hatchwell BJ (2014) Climate change and annual survival in a temperate passerine: partitioning seasonal effects and predicting future patterns. Oikos 123, 389-400. (10.1111/j.1600-0706.2013.00620.x)

  12. Hatchwell BJ, Gullett P, Adams MJ (2014) Helping in cooperatively breeding long-tailed tits: a test of Hamilton’s rule. Philosophical Transactions B 369, 20130565. (10.1098/rstb.2013.0565)

  13. Holland LP, Stevens JR (2014) Assessing the genetic connectivity of two octocoral species in the Northeast Atlantic (NECR152). Natural England, ISBN 978-1-78354-111-9. (http://publications.naturalengland.org.uk/publication/4800813989888000)

  14. Leadbeater E, Dapporto L, Turillazzi S, Field J (2014) Available kin recognition cues may explain why wasp behaviour reflects relatedness to nestmates. Behavioral Ecology 25, 344-351. (10.1093/beheco/art113)

  15. *Martín-Gálvez D, Molina-Morales M, Dawson DA, Parejo D, Martínez J.G, Avilés JM (2014) Characterization of 28 microsatellite loci in the European roller Coracias garrulus (Coracidae, AVES). European Journal of Wildlife Research 60, 843–850.

  16. *Mira Ó, Martínez JG, Dawson DA, Tinaut A, Sánchez-Prieto C (2014) Twenty new microsatellite loci for population structure and parentage studies of Parnassius apollo nevadensis (Lepidoptera; Papilionidae). Journal of Insect Conservation 18, 771–779. (10.1007/s10344-014-0851-y)

  17. *Molina-Morales M, Martínez JG, Martín-Gálvez D, Dawson DA, Burke T, Avilés JM (2014) Cuckoo hosts shift from accepting to rejecting parasitic eggs across their lifetime. Evolution 68, 3020-3029. (10.1111/evo.12471)

  18. *Mori A, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Giunchi D, Baldaccini NE, Baratti M (2014) Characterisation of microsatellite markers in the stone curlew Burhinus oedicnemus. Conservation Genetics Resources 6, 751-754 (10.1007/s12686-014-0217-5)

  19. Parra JE, Beltrán M, Zefania S, Dos Remedios N, Székely T (2014) Experimental assessment of mating opportunities in three shorebird species. Animal Behaviour 90, 83-90. (10.1016/j.anbehav.2013.12.030)

  20. Phillips KP, Jorgensen TH, Jolliffe KG, Richardson DS (2014) Potential inter-season sperm storage by a female hawksbill turtle. Marine Turtle Newsletter 140, 13-14.

  21. Phillips KP, Mortimer JA, Jolliffe KG, Jorgensen TH, Richardson DS (2014) Molecular techniques reveal cryptic life history and demographic processes of a critically endangered marine turtle. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 455, 29-37. (10.1016/j.jembe.2014.02.012)

  22. Razgour O, Rebelo H, Puechmaille SJ, Juste J, Ibáñez C, Kiefer A, Burke T, Dawson DA, Jones G (2014) Scale-dependent effects of landscape variables on gene flow and population structure in bats. Diversity and Distributions 20, 1173-1185. (10.1111/ddi.12200)

  23. Sin YW, Annavi G, Dugdale HL, Newman C, Burke T, Macdonald DW (2014) Pathogen burden, co-infection and major histocompatibility complex variability in the European badger (Meles meles). Molecular Ecology 23, 5072–5088. (10.1111/mec.12917)

  24. Spurgin LG, Illera JC, Dawson DA, Jorgensen TH, Richardson DS (2014) Genetic and phenotypic divergence in an island pipit: isolation by distance, by colonisation or by adaptation? Molecular Ecology 23, 1028-1039. (10.1111/mec.12672)

  25. Spurgin LG, Wright DJ, Velde M, Collar NJ, Komdeur J, Burke T, Richardson DS (2014) Museum DNA reveals the demographic history of the endangered Seychelles warbler. Evolutionary Applications 7, 1134-1143. (10.1111/eva.12191)

  26. Van Dijk R, Kaden J, Arguelles-Tico A, Dawson D, Burke T, Hatchwell, B (2014) Cooperative investment in public goods is kin-directed in communal nests of social birds. Ecology Letters 17, 1141-1148. (10.1111/ele.12320)

  27. Ward HL, Ransome RD, Jones G, Rossiter SJ (2014) Determinants and patterns of reproductive success in the greater horseshoe bat during a population recovery. PloS ONE 9: e87199. (10.1371/journal.pone.0087199)

  28. Wright DJ, Spurgin LG, NJ Collar, Komdeur J, Burke T, Richardson DS (2014) The impact of translocations on neutral and functional genetic diversity within and among populations of the Seychelles warbler. Molecular Ecology 23, 2165-2177 (10.1111/mec.12740)

[NBAF-W]



  1. Archer JA, Whiteley G, Casewell NR, Harrison RA, Wagstaff SC (2014) VTBuilder: a tool for the assembly of multi isoform transcriptomes. BMC Bioinformatics 15, 389.

  2. Ingham VA, Jones CM, Pignatelli P, Balabanidou V, Vontas J, Wagstaff SC, Moore JD, Ranson H (2014) Dissecting the organ specificity of insecticide resistance candidate genes in Anopheles gambiae: known and novel candidate genes. BMC Genomics 15, 1018.
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