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  1. Anderson CJ. (2012) PhD Thesis (Cardiff University / CEH) Mechanistic bases of metal tolerance: linking Phenotype to Genotype. (NBAF-E)

  2. Annavi G (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Oxford) Genetic, socio-ecological and fitness correlates of extra-group paternity in the European badger (Meles meles). (NBAF-S)

  3. Barrera-Zambrano VA (2012) PhD Thesis (Newcastle University) Implications of leaf anatomy and stomatal responses in the Clusia genus for the evolution of crassulacean acid metabolism. (NBAF-E)

  4. Bellamy S (2012) PhD Thesis (UCL) Sexual selection in stalk-eyed flies: inbreeding depression, sperm competition and larval development. (NBAF-S)

  5. *Champneys A (2012) PhD Thesis (Nottingham Trent University) Factors affecting the survival and distribution of the water shrew (Neomys fodiens). (NBAF-S)

  6. Davies, R. (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Leeds) Flexibility in foraging behaviour of northern gannets. (NBAF-S)

  7. Davis LE (2012) PhD Thesis (University College London) An astrobiological study of an alkaline–saline hydrothermal environment, relevant to understanding the habitability of Mars. (NBAF-E)

  8. Diamond S (2012) PhD Thesis (University of East Anglia) Mechanisms and consequences of hybridisation between Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (Salmo trutta). (NBAF-S)

  9. Elsworth B (2012) PhD Thesis (Edinburgh University) Sequencing a soil Sentinel. (NBAF-E)

  10. Guler YZ (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Portsmouth) Population dynamics and sex-determining mechanisms in the marine amphipod, Echinogammarus marinus. (NBAF-S)

  11. Harney E (2012) PhD thesis (University of Liverpool) The evolution of maturation in Daphnia. (NBAF-L)

  12. Hodges SA (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Sheffield) Routes to cooperation in the rifleman, Acanthisitta chloris. (NBAF-S)

  13. James P (2012) PhD thesis (Newcastle University) Towards the Biogeography of British Soil Microorganisms. (NBAF-L)

  14. Kotska B (2012) PhD Thesis (Queen´s University Belfast) Landscape ecology, diet composition and energetics in the Eurasian badger (Meles meles). NBAF-S425

  15. Lehmann K (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Oxford) Effects of sewage effluent on riverine microbial communities. (NBAF-W)

  16. Melatunan S (2012) PhD Thesis (Plymouth University) Biochemical, metabolic and morphological responses of the intertidal gastropod Littorina Littorea to ocean acidification and increased temperature. (NBAF-B)

  17. Mills, C (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Exeter) Conservation and ecology of the hazel dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius. (NBAF-S)

  18. Mirbahai L (2012) PhD Thesis (University Birmingham) DNA methylation profiling of fish tumours. (NBAF-B)

  19. Pearman J (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Warwick) Molecular Ecology and transcriptomics of marine photosynthetic picoeukaryotes. (NBAF-E)

  20. Qiu S (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Edinburgh) Study of the effect of recombination on sex chromosome evolution and mating system in plants. (NBAF-E).

  21. Razgour ON (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Bristol) From genes to landscapes: conservation biology of the grey long-eared bat, Plecotus austriacus. (NBAF-S)

  22. Simeoni M (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Sheffield) Inbreeding and incest avoidance in the long-tailed tit. (NBAF-S)

  23. Sin YW (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Oxford) The major histocompatibility complex, mate choice and pathogen resistance in the European badger Meles meles. (NBAF-S)

  24. Spurgin L (2012) PhD Thesis (University of East Anglia) The role of pathogen-mediated fluctuating selection in generating adaptive genetic variation in Berthelot's pipit. (NBAF-S)

  25. Smith G (2012) PhD Thesis (University of St Andrews) Investigating the molecular basis of adaptation and speciation in divergent populations. (NBAF-L)

  26. Strauss J (2012) PhD Thesis (University of East Anglia). Whole genome expression profiling of the polar diatom Fragilariopsis cylindrus. (NBAF-L)

  27. Temperton B (2012) PhD Thesis (Queen's University Belfast) Polyphosphate Metabolism in Marine Bacteria. (NBAF-L)

  28. Thomas C (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Hull) Evolutionary Genetics of the Invasive Harlequin Ladybird (Harmonia axyridis). (NBAF-S)

  29. Thomson JS (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Liverpool) Stability of an evolutionary relevant behavioural trait in fish: impact of environmental and genetic variation on behaviour and physiology.  (NBAF-L)

  30. Tollington S (2012) PhD thesis (University of Kent) Ecological immunology and genetic diversity of the endangered Mauritius parakeet. (NBAF-S)

  31. Whiteside H (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Bristol) The role of subordinate reproduction on the promotion of group living in the red fox (Vulpes vulpes). (NBAF-S)

  32. Wright LI (2012) PhD Thesis (University of Exeter). Insights into the mating systems of green turtle populations from molecular parentage analyses. (NBAF-S)



  1. Mazard S, Ostrowski M, Garczarek L, Scanlan DJ (2011) A targeted metagenomic approach to determine the ‘population genome’ of marine Synechococcus. In Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology II: Metagenomics in Different Habitats. F. J. de Bruijn (Editor) Wiley Blackwell, pp 301-307. (NBAF-E)

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  1. Annavi G, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Greig C, Dugdale HL, Newman C, Macdonald DW, Burke T (2011) Characterisation of twenty-one European badger (Meles meles) microsatellite loci facilitates the discrimination of second-order relatives. Conservation Genetic Resources, 3, 515–518. [NBAF-E/S]

  2. Rheindt FE, Székely T, Edwards SV, Lee PLM, Burke T, Kennerley PR, Bakewell DN, Alrashidi M, Kosztolányi A, Weston MA, Liu W-T, Lei W-P, Shigeta Y, Javed S, Zefania S, Küpper C (2011) Conflict between Genetic and Phenotypic Differentiation: The Evolutionary History of a “Lost and Rediscovered” Shorebird. PLoS ONE, 6, e26995. [NBAF-E/S]

[NBAF-B] 1

  1. Weber RJM, Southam AD, Sommer U, Viant MR (2011) Characterization of Isotopic Abundance Measurements in High Resolution FT-ICR and Orbitrap Mass Spectra for Improved Confidence of Metabolite Identification. Anal. Chem, 83, 3737–3743.

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  1. Baxter SW, Davey JW, Johnston JS, Shelton AM, Heckel DG, Jiggins CD, Blaxter ML (2011) Linkage Mapping and Comparative Genomics Using Next-Generation RAD Sequencing of a Non-Model Organism. PLoS ONE, 6, e19315.

  2. Bergero R, Charlesworth D (2011) Preservation of the Y transcriptome in a 10MY old plant sex chromosome system. Current Biology, 21, 1470-1474.

  3. Bihari P, Sipos B, Melika G, Fehér B, Somogyi K, Stone GN, Pénzes Z (2011) Western Palearctic phylogeography of an inquiline oak gallwasp, Synergus umbraculus. Biol J. Linn. Soc, 102, 750–764.

  4. Borland AM, Barrera-Zambrano A, Ceusters J, Shorrock K (2011) The photosynthetic plasticity of crassulacean acid metabolism: an evolutionary innovation for sustainable productivity in a changing world. New Phytologist (Tansley Review), 191, 619-633.

  5. Caisova L, Marin B, Sausen N, Proeschold T, Melkonian M (2011) Polyphyly of Chaetophora and Stigeoclonium within the Chaetophorales (Chlorophyceae), revealed by sequence comparisons of nuclear-encoded SSU rRNA genes. Journal of Phycology, 47, 164-177.

  6. Casewell NR, Wagstaff SC, Harrison RA, Wüster W (2011) Gene tree parsimony of multi-locus snake venom protein families reveals species tree conflict as a result of multiple parallel gene loss. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 28, 1157–1172.

  7. Casewell NR, Wagstaff SC, Harrison RA, Renjifo C, Wüster W (2011) Domain loss facilitates accelerated evolution and neofunctionalization of duplicate snake venom metalloproteinase toxin genes. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 28, 2637-2649.

  8. Celander MC, Goldstone JV, Denslow ND, Iguchi T, Kille P, Meyerhoff RD, Smith BA, Hutchinson TH, Wheeler JR (2011) Species Extrapolation for the 21st Century. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30, 52-63.

  9. Colgan TJ, Carolan JC, Bridgett SJ, Sumner S, Blaxter ML, Brown MJ (2011) Polyphenism in social insects: Insights from a transcriptome-wide analysis of gene expression in the life stages of the key pollinator, Bombus terrestris. BMC Genomics, 12, 623.

  10. Davey JW, Hohenlohe PA, Etter PD, Boone JQ, Catchen JM, Blaxter ML (2011) Genome-wide genetic marker discovery and genotyping using next-generation sequencing. Nature Reviews Genetics, 12, 499–510.

  11. Hewitson JP, Harcus Y, Murray J, van Agtmaal M, Filbey KJ, Grainger JR, Bridgett S, Blaxter ML, Ashton PD, Ashford DA, Curwen RS, Wilson RA, Dowle AA, Maizels RM (2011) Proteomic analysis of secretory products from the model gastrointestinal nematode Heligmosomoides polygyrus reveals dominance of Venom Allergen-Like (VAL) proteins. Journal of Proteomics, 74, 1573–1594.

  12. Hoffman JI (2011) Gene discovery in the Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) skin transcriptome. Molecular Ecology Resources, 10, 703–710.

  13. Joron M, Frezal L, Jones RT, Chamberlain NL, Lee SF, Haag CR, Whibley A, Becuwe M, Baxter SW, Ferguson L, Wilkinson PA, Salazar C, Davidson C, Clark R, Quail MA, Beasley H, Glithero R, Lloyd C, Sims S, Jones MC, Rogers J, Jiggins CD, ffrench-Constant RH (2011) Chromosomal rearrangements maintain a polymorphic supergene controlling butterfly mimicry. Nature, 477, 203–206.

  14. Kelly LC, Cockell CS, Herrera-Belaroussi A, Piceno Y, Andersen G, DeSantis T, Brodie E, Thorsteinsson T, Marteinsson V, Poly F, LeRoux X (2011) Bacterial Diversity of Terrestrial Crystalline Volcanic Rocks, Iceland. Microbial Ecology, 62, 69–79.

  15. Kirkham AR, Jardillier LE, Tiganescu A, Pearman J, Zubkov MV, Scanlan DJ (2011) Basin-scale distribution patterns of photosynthetic picoeukaryotes along an Atlantic Meridional Transect. Environmental Microbiology, 13, 975-990.

  16. Kirkham AR, Jardillier LE, Holland R, Zubkov MV, Scanlan DJ (2011) Analysis of photosynthetic picoeukaryote community structure along an extended Ellett Line transect in the northern North Atlantic reveals a dominance of novel prymnesiophyte and prasinophyte phylotypes. Deep-Sea Research Part I, 58, 733-744.

  17. Krienitz L, Bock C, Dadheech PK, Proeschold T (2011) Taxonomic reassessment of the genus Mychonastes (Chlorophyceae, Chlorophyta) including the description of eight new species. Phycologia, 50, 89-106.

  18. Lepais O, Bacles CFE (2011) Comparison of random and SSR-enriched shotgun pyrosequencing for microsatellite discovery and single multiplex PCR optimization in Acacia harpophylla F. Muell. Ex Benth. Molecular Ecology Resources, 11, 711–724.

  19. Lohse K, Nicholls JA, Stone GN (2011) Inferring the colonisation of a mountain range - refugia vs. nunatak survival in high alpine ground beetles. Molecular Ecology, 20, 394-408.

  20. Lohse K, Sharanowski B, Blaxter M, Nicholls JA, Stone GN (2011) Developing EPIC markers for chalcidoid Hymenoptera from EST and genomic data. Molecular Ecology Resources, 11, 521–529.

  21. Longdon B, Wilfert L, Osei-Poku J (2011) Host-switching by a vertically transmitted rhabdovirus in Drosophila. Biology Letters, 7, 747-750.

  22. Longdon B, Wilfert L, Obbard DJ, Jiggins FM (2011) Rhabdoviruses in Two Species of Drosophila: Vertical Transmission and a Recent Sweep. Genetics, 188, 141–150.

  23. Magwire MM, Bayer F, Webster CL, Cao C, Jiggins FM (2011) Successive Increases in the Resistance of Drosophila to Viral Infection through a Transposon Insertion Followed by a Duplication. Plos Genetics, 7, e1002337.

  24. Obbard D, Jiggins F, Bradshaw N (2011) Recent and Recurrent Selective Sweeps of the Antiviral RNAi Gene Argonaute-2 in Three Species of Drosophila. Molecular biology and Evolution, 28, 1043-1056.

  25. Pemberton JM, Beraldi D, Craig BH, Hopkins J (2011) Digital gene expression analysis of gastrointestinal helminth resistance in Scottish blackface lambs. Molecular Ecology, 20, 910-919.

  26. Proeschold T, Darienko T, Silva PC, Reisser W, Krienitz L (2011) The systematics of Zoochlorella revisited employing an integrative approach. Environmental Microbiology, 13, 350-364.

  27. Rubasinghe SCK, Milne R, Forrest LL, Long DG (2011) Realignment of the genera of Cleveaceae (Marchantiopsida, Marchantiidae). Bryologist, 114, 116–127.

  28. Russell JR, Bayer M, Booth C, Cardle L, Hackett CA, Hedley PE, Jorgensen L, Morris JA, Brennan RM (2011) Identification, utilisation and mapping of novel transcriptome-based markers from blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum). BMC Plant Biology, 11, 147.

  29. Spurgin LG, Van Oosterhout C, Illera JC, Bridgett S, Gharbi K, Emerson BC, Richardson DS (2011) Gene conversion rapidly generates major histocompatibility complex diversity in recently founded bird populations. Molecular Ecology, 20, 5213–5225.

  30. Tedder A, Ansell SW, Lao X, Vogel JC, Mable BK (2011) Evidence for both a functioning self-incompatibility system, and the loss of self-incompatibility in Arabis alpina. Annals of Botany 108, 699–713. (10.1093/aob/mcr157)

  31. Telford A, O'Hare M, Cavers S (2011) Can genetic bar-coding be used to identify Aquatic Ranunculus L. subgenus Batrachium (DC) A. Gray? A test using some species from the British Isles. Aquatic Botany, 95, 65-70.

  32. Webster LMI, Mello LV, Mougeot F, Martinez-Padilla, J, Paterson S, Piertney SB (2011) Identification of genes responding to nematode infection in red grouse. Molecular Ecology Resources, 11, 305–313.

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  1. Bittner D, Cossins AR, Segner H, Excoffier L, Largiadèr CR (2011) Identification of candidate genes and physiological pathways involved in gonad deformation in whitefish (Coregonus spp.) from Lake Thun, Switzerland. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 8, 2706-2733.

  2. Harris C, Hamilton PB, Runnals T, Jobling S, Vinciotti V, Henshaw A, Hodgson DJ, Coe T, Tyler CR, Sumpter JP (2011) The Consequences of Feminization in Breeding Groups of Wild Fish. Environmental Health Perspectives 119, 306-311.

  3. Hutchence KJ, Fischer B, Paterson S, Hurst GDD (2011) How do insects react to novel inherited symbionts? A microarray analysis of Drosophila melanogaster response to the presence of natural and introduced Spiroplasma. Molecular Ecology 20, 950-958.

  4. Jackson JA, Begon M, Birtles R, Paterson S, Friberg IM, Hall A, Lowe A, Ralli C, Turner A, Zawadzka M and Bradley JE (2011) The analysis of immunological profiles in wild animals: a case study on immunodynamics in the field vole, Microtus agrestis. Molecular Ecology 20, 893-909.

  5. Kelly LJ, Leitch IJ (2011) Exploring giant plant genomes with next-generation sequencing technology. Chromosome Research 19, 939-953.

  6. Larsen PE, Collart F, Field D, Meyer F, Keegan KP, Henry CS, McGrath J, Quinn J, Gilbert JA (2011) Predicted Relative Metabolomic Turnover (PRMT): determining metabolic turnover from a coastal marine metagenomic dataset. Microbial Informatics and Experimentation 1, 4.

  7. Lowe CD, Mello LV, Samatar N, Martin LE, Montagnes DJS, Watts PC (2011) The transcriptome of the novel dinoflagellate Oxyrrhis marina (Alveolata: Dinophyceae): response to salinity examined by 454 sequencing. BMC Genomics 12, 519.

  8. Muir G, Bergero R, Charlesworth D, Filatov DA (2011) Does local adaptation cause high population differentiation of Silene latifolia Y chromosomes? Evolution 65, 3368–3380. (10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01410.x)

  9. Nissimov JI, Worthy CA, Rooks P, Napier JA, Kimmance SA, Henn MR, Ogata H, Allen MJ (2011) Draft genome sequence of the Coccolithovirus Emiliania huxleyi virus 203. Journal of Virology 85, 13468-9.

  10. Paterson S, Piertney SB (2011) Frontiers in host-parasite ecology and evolution. Molecular Ecology 20, 869-871.

  11. Qiu S, Bergero R, Zeng K, Charlesworth D (2011) Patterns of codon usage bias in Silene latifolia. Molecular Biology and Evolution 28, 771-780. (10.1093/molbev/msq251)

  12. Richards TA, Soanes DM, Jones MD, Vasieva O, Leonard G, Paszkiewicz K, Foster PG, Hall N, Talbot NJ (2011) Horizontal gene transfer facilitated the evolution of plant parasitic mechanisms in the oomycetes. PNAS 108, 15258-63.

  13. Sneddon LU, Schmidt R, Fang Y, Cossins AR (2011) Molecular correlates of social dominance: A novel role for ependymin in aggression. Plos One, 6.

  14. Spurgin LG, van Oosterhout C, Illera JC, Bridgett S, Gharbi K, Emerson B, Richardson DS (2011) Gene conversion rapidly generates MHC diversity in recently founded bird populations. Molecular Ecology 20, 5213-25.

  15. Temperton B, Gilbert JA, Quinn JP, McGrath JW (2011) Novel Analysis of Oceanic Surface Water Metagenomes Suggests Importance of Polyphosphate Metabolism in Oligotrophic Environments. Plos One 6, e16499. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0016499

  16. Turner AK, Begon M, Jackson JA, Bradley JE, Paterson S (2011) Genetic diversity in cytokines associated with immune variation and resistance to multiple pathogens in a natural rodent population. Plos Genetics 7, e1002343.

  17. Van't Hof AE, Edmonds N, Dalíková M, Marec F, Saccheri IJ (2011) Industrial melanism in British peppered moths has a singular and recent mutational origin. Science 332, 958-960.

  18. Webster LMI, Paterson S, Mougeot F, Martinez-Padilla J and Piertney SB (2011) Transcriptomic response of red grouse to gastro-intestinal nematode parasites and testosterone: implications for population dynamics. Molecular Ecology 20, 920-931.

  19. Weynberg KD, Allen MJ, Gilg IC, Scanlan DJ, Wilson WH (2011) Genome sequence of Ostreococcus tauri virus OtV-2 enlightens the role of picoeukaryote niche separation in the ocean. Journal of Virology 85, 4520-4529.

  20. White J, Gilbert J, Hill G, Hill E, Huse SM, Weightman AJ, Mahenthiralingam E (2011) Culture-independent analysis of bacterial fuel contamination provides insight into the level of concordance with the standard industry practice of aerobic cultivation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77, 4527-4538.

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  1. Bataille A, Cunningham A, Cruz M, Cedeno V, Goodman S (2011) Adaptation, isolation by distance and human-mediated transport determine patterns of gene flow among populations of the disease vector Aedes taeniorhynchus in the Galapagos Islands. Infection, genetics and evolution, 11, 1996-2003.

  2. Bicknell AWJ, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Knight ME, Bilton DT, Votier SC (2011) Characterisation and predicted genome locations of Leach's storm-petrel (Oceanodroma leucorhoa) microsatellite loci (Procellariidae, Aves). Conservation Genetics Resources, 3, 711–716.

  3. Brekke P, Bennett PM, Santure AW, Ewen JG (2011) High genetic diversity in the remnant island population of hihi and the genetic consequences of re-introduction. Molecular Ecology, 20, 29-45.

  4. Bretman A, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Walling CA, Slate J, Tregenza T, (2011) Fine-scale population structure, inbreeding risk and avoidance in a wild insect population. Molecular Ecology, 20, 3045-3055.

  5. Dellicour S, Frantz AC, Colyn M, Bertouille S, Chaumont F, Flamand MC (2011) Population structure and genetic diversity of red deer (Cervus elaphus) in forest fragments in north-western France. Conservation Genetics, 12, 1287-1297.

  6. Dugdale HL, Pope LC, Newman C, Macdonald DW, Burke T (2011) Age-specific breeding success in a wild mammalian population: selection, constraint, restraint and senescence. Molecular Ecology, 20, 3261–3274.

  7. Dugdale HL, Griffiths A, Macdonald DW (2011) Polygynandrous and repeated mounting behaviour in European badgers, Meles meles. Animal Behaviour, 82, 1287-1297.

  8. Dugdale HL, Davison D, Baker SE, Ellwood SA, Newman C, Buesching CD, Macdonald DW (2011) Female teat size is a reliable indicator of annual breeding success in European badgers: genetic validation. Mammalian Biology, 76, 716–721.

  9. Harrison XA, Bearhop S, Inger R, Colhoun K, Gudmundsson GA, Hodgson D, McElwaine G, Tregenza T (2011) Heterozygosity-fitness correlations in a migratory bird: an analysis of inbreeding and single-locus effects. Molecular Ecology, 20, 4786-4795.

  10. Hegarty MJ, Batstone T, Barker GLA, Edwards KJ, Abbott RJ, Hiscock SJ (2011) Nonadditive changes to cytosine methylation as a consequence of hybridization and genome duplication in Senecio (Asteraceae). Molecular Ecology, 20, 105-113.

  11. Holt BG, Côté IM, Emerson BC (2011) Searching for speciation genes: Molecular evidence for selection associated with colour morphotypes in the caribbean reef fish genus Hypoplectrus. PLoS ONE, 6, e20394.

  12. Leadbeater E, Carruthers JM, Green JP, Rosser NS, Field J (2011) Nest inheritance is the missing source of direct fitness in a primitively eusocial insect. Science, 333, 874-876.

  13. *Lee JW, Hatchwell BJ (2011) Do females adjust brood sex ratio according to males’ genetic structure in a gregarious passerine, the vinous-throated parrotbill Paradoxornis webbianus? Journal of Avian Biology, 42, 447-453.

  14. Lucas ER, Martins RP, Zanette LRS, Field J (2011) Social and genetic structure in colonies of the social wasp Microstigmus nigrophthalmus. Insectes Sociaux, 58,07-114.

  15. Lucas ER, Martins RP, Field J (2011) Reproductive skew is highly variable and correlated with genetic relatedness in a social apoid wasp. Behavioral Ecology, 22, 337-344

  16. Lucas ER, Field J (2011) Assured fitness returns in a social wasp with no worker caste. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, 278, 2991-2995.

  17. Mainwaring MC, Dickens M, Hartley IR (2011) Sexual dimorphism and growth trade-offs in Blue Tit Cyanistes caeruleus nestlings. Ibis. 153, 175-179.

  18. *Martín-Gálvez D, Peralta-Sanchez JM, Dawson DA, Martin-Platero AM, Martinez-Bueno M, Burke T, Soler JJ (2011) DNA sampling from eggshell swabbing is widely applicable for wild bird populations as demonstrated in 23 species. Molecular Ecology Resources, 11, 481–493.

  19. Morgan K, O'Loughlin SM, Chen B, Linton Y-M, Thongwat D, Somboon P, Fong MY, Butlin RK, Verity R, Prakash A, Pe Than Htun, Hlaing T, Nambanya S, Socheat D, Ho Dinh T, Walton C (2011) Comparative phylogeography reveals a shared impact of Pleistocene environmental change in shaping genetic diversity within nine Anopheles mosquito species across the Indo-Burma biodiversity hotspots. Molecular Ecology 20, 4533-4549.

  20. *Nam KB, Meade J, Hatchwell BJ (2011) Brood sex ratio variation in a cooperatively breeding bird. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24, 904-913.

  21. *Nam KB, Meade J, Hatchwell BJ (2011) Do parents and helpers adjust their provisioning effort in relation to nestling sex in a cooperatively breeding bird? Animal Behaviour, 82, 303-309.

  22. *Nelson-Flower MJ, Hockey PAR, O'Ryan C, Raihani NJ, du Plessis MA, Ridley AR (2011) Monogamous dominant pairs monopolize reproduction in the cooperatively breeding pied babbler. Behavioural Ecology, 22, 559-565.

  23. Nouvellet P, Buesching CD, Dugdale HL, Newman C, Macdonald DW (2011) Mouthing off about developmental stress: Individuality of palate marking in the European badger and its relationship with juvenile wedellparasitoses. Journal of Zoology, 283, 52-62.

  24. Phillips, R.A., McGill, R.A.R., Dawson, D.A. and Bearhop, S. (2011) Sexual segregation in distribution, diet and trophic level of seabirds: insights from stable isotope analysis. Marine Biology, 158, 2199-2208.

  25. Piyapong C, Butlin RK, Faria JJ, Wang J and Krause J (2011) Kin assortment in juvenile shoals in wild guppy populations. Heredity, 106, 747-756.

  26. Price TAR, Lewis Z, Smith DT, Hurst GDD, Wedell N (2011) Remating in the laboratory reflects rates of polyandry in the wild. Animal Behaviour, 82, 1381-1386.

  27. Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Tregenza T (2011) Guarding males protect females from predation in a wild insect. Current Biology, 21, 1716-1719.

  28. Sharp SP, Simeoni M, McGowan A, Nam K-B, Hatchwell BJ (2011) Patterns of recruitment, relatedness and cooperative breeding in two populations of long-tailed tits. Animal Behaviour, 81, 843-849.

  29. Struebig MJ, Kingston T, Petit EJ, Le Comber SC, Zubaid A, Mohd-Adnan A and Rossiter SJ (2011) Parallel declines in species and genetic diversity in tropical forest fragments. Ecology Letters 14, 582-590.

  30. * Tawatao N, Harper NE, Mohamed M, Khen CV, Searle JB, Hill JK (2011) Impacts of forest fragmentation on the genetic diversity and population structure of Pachycondyla obscurans in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Asian Myrmecology 4, 59-68.

  31. *Vangestel C, Mergeay J, Dawson DA, Vandomme V, Lens L, (2011) Developmental stability covaries with genome-wide and single-locus heterozygosity in house sparrows. Plos One, 6, e21569.

  32. *Vangestel C, Mergeay J, Dawson DA, Vandomme V, Lens L (2011) Spatial heterogeneity in genetic relatedness among house sparrows along an urban gradient as revealed by individual-based analysis. Molecular Ecology, 20, 4643–4653.

  33. Whiteside HM, Dawson DA, Soulsbury CD, Harris S (2011) Mother knows best: dominant females determine offspring dispersal in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes). Plos One, 6, e22145.

  34. Zeale MRK, Butlin RK, Barker GLA, Lees DC, Jones G (2011) Taxon-specific PCR for DNA barcoding arthropod prey in bat faeces. Molecular Ecology Resources, 11, 236-244.


  1. Adewoye AB (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Leicester. Genetic architecture and molecular mechanisms underlying light entrainment of the Drosophila circadian clock. NBAF-ES109/256

  2. Bicknell A (2011) PhD Thesis. Plymouth University. Population structuring and dispersal in the highly pelagic leach’s storm-petrel: implications for the EU population. NBAF-S369

  3. Bochenek M (2011) PhD Thesis. University of East Anglia. Sulphur metabolism in Emiliania huxleyi: Insights from physiological and gene expression studies. NBAF-E317

  4. Brown D (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Cardiff. Non-invasive molecular analysis of the food resources sustaining adders and smooth snakes. NBAF-S368

  5. Buckley J (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Bristol. Evolutionary responses to recent climate change during the recent range expansion of the butterfly Aricia agestis. NBAF-S193, NBAF-L410

  6. Cole PA (2011) PhD Thesis. (University of Birmingham). Nanoparticles in aqueous environments: A physicochemical and ecotoxicological study of cerium dioxide. NBAF-B349

  7. Davies S (2011) PhD Thesis (Imperial College London) A metabolomic approach to assessing life-history traits in Caenorhabditis elegans. (NBAF-B343)

  8. Fischer M (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Vancouver. NBAF-L117

  9. Fonseca V (2011) PhD Thesis, Bangor University. Defining marine meiofaunal genetic diversity using 454 sequencing. NBAF-L167

  10. Harper N. (2011) PhD Thesis (University of York) Consequences of changes in genetic diversity during climate-driven range shifts. NBAF-S156

  11. Jan C (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Leeds. Population structure of swarming bats in relation to dispersal. NBAF-S192

  12. Lohse K (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Edinburgh. Inferring population history from genealogies. NBAF-E245.

  13. Nettleship S (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Leicester. The impacts of river impoundments on the biology of the three-spined stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus. NBAF-S449

  14. Pascoal S (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Aveiro, Portugal. Nucella lapillus: imposex transcriptome analysis and phenotypic plasticity. NBAF-L294

  15. Raisin C (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Kent. Conservation genetics of the Mauritius parakeet (Psittacula echo). NBAF-S194

  16. Smith JA (2011) PhD Thesis. University of Birmingham. From nest building to life-history patterns: Does food supplementation influence reproductive behaviour of birds? NBAF-S

  17. Strittmatter M (2011) PhD Thesis (Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory) Molecular biology of the Ectocarpus/Eurychasma pathosystem. NBAF-L

  18. Syeda F (2011) PhD Thesis (University of Birmingham) Molecular and physiological basis for cold-induced angiogenesis in fish. NBAF-L

  19. *Tawatao N (2011) PhD Thesis (York University) Impacts of forest fragmentation on the community structure of ground-dwelling ants in Malaysian Borneo. NBAF-S

  20. Taylor M (2011) PhD Thesis (Imperial College, London) Distribution and diversity of octocorals from longline by-catch around South Georgia, UK. NBAF-E

  21. Tedder A (2011) PhD Thesis (University of Glasgow). Comparing the consequences of mating system shifts between different species of cruciferous plants in relation to phylogeography. (NBAF-L)

  22. *Vangestel C (2011) PhD Thesis. (University of Ghent, Belgium). Relating phenotypic and genetic variation to urbanization in avian species: a case study on House Sparrows (Passer domesticus). NBAF-S

  23. Walsh N. (2011) PhD thesis (University of Cambridge) Investigation into the genetic basis of carotenoid and melanin colouration in the red-billed quelea. (NBAF-EL)

  24. Zeale M (2011) PhD thesis. University of Bristol. Conservation biology of the barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus). Applications of spatial modelling, ecology and molecular analysis of diet. NBAF-S242
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