Publications

Journal Article (29)

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    Boynton, P. J.; Greig, D.: Species richness influences wine ecosystem function through a dominant species. Fungal Ecology (2016)
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    Boynton, P. J.; Stelkens, R.; Kowallik, V.; Greig, D.: Measuring microbial fitness in a field reciprocal transplant experiment. Molecular Ecology Resources, p. n/a - n/a (2016)
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    Boynton, P. J.; Greig, D.: Fungal diversity and ecosystem function data from wine fermentation vats and microcosms. Data in Brief 8, pp. 225 - 229 (2016)
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    Kowallik, V.; Greig, D.: A systematic forest survey showing an association of Saccharomyces paradoxus with oak leaf litter. Environmental Microbiology Reports 8, pp. 833 - 841 (2016)
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    Stelkens, R. B.; Miller, E. L.; Greig, D.: Asynchronous spore germination in isogenic natural isolates of Saccharomyces paradoxus. FEMS Yeast Research 16 (3) (2016)
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    Goddard, M. R.; Greig, D.: Saccharomyces cerevisiae: a nomadic yeast with no niche? FEMS Yeast Research 15 (3), fov009 (2015)
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    Greig, D.; Goddard, M.: Ecology: Tribal Warfare Maintains Microbial Diversity. Current Biology 25 (14), pp. R618 - R620 (2015)
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    Gruber, H.; Wessels, W.; Boynton, P.; Xu, J.; Wohlgemuth, S.; Leeuwenburgh, C.; Qi, W.; Austad, S. N.; Schaible, R.; Philipp, E. E. R.: Age-related cellular changes in the long-lived bivalve A. islandica. Age 37 (5), 9012 (2015)
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    King, K. C.; Stelkens, R. B.; Webster, J. P.; Smith, D. F.; Brockhurst, M. A.: Hybridization in Parasites: Consequences for Adaptive Evolution, Pathogenesis, and Public Health in a Changing World. PLoS Pathogens (2015)
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    Kowallik, V.; Miller, E.; Greig, D.: The interaction of Saccharomyces paradoxus with its natural competitors on oak bark. Molecular Ecology 24 (7), pp. 1596 - 1610 (2015)
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    Ratcliff, W. C.; Fankhauser, J. D.; Rogers, D. W.; Greig, D.; Travisano, M.: Origins of multicellular evolvability in snowflake yeast. Nature Communications (2015)
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    Rogers, D. W.; Denton, J. A.; McConnell, E.; Greig, D.: Experimental Evolution of Species Recognition. Current Biology 25 (13), pp. 1753 - 1758 (2015)
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    Stelkens, R. B.; Schmid, C.; Seehausen, O.: Hybrid Breakdown in Cichlid Fish. PLoS One (2015)
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    Boynton, P. J.; Greig, D.: The ecology and evolution of non-domesticated Saccharomyces species. Yeast 31 (12), pp. 449 - 462 (2014)
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    Bozdag, G. O.; Greig, D.: The genetics of a putative social trait in natural populations of yeast. Molecular Ecology (2014)
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    Miller, E. L.; Greig, D.: Spore germination determines yeast inbreeding according to fitness in the local environment. American Naturalist (2014)
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    Shaw, W. R.; Teodori, E.; Mitchell, S. N.; Baldini, F.; Gabrieli, P.; Rogers, D. W.; Catteruccia, F.: Mating activates the heme peroxidase HPX15 in the sperm storage organ to ensure fertility in Anopheles gambiae. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111 (16), pp. 5854 - 5859 (2014)
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    Smith, C.; Pomiankowski, A.; Greig, D.: Size and competitive mating success in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Behavioral Ecology 25 (2), pp. 320 - 327 (2014)
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    Stelkens, R. B.; Brockhurst, M. A.; Hurst, G. D. D.; Miller, E. L.; Greig, D.: The effect of hybrid transgression on environmental tolerance in experimental yeast crosses. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27 (11), pp. 2507 - 2519 (2014)
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    Stelkens, R. B.; Brockhurst, M. A.; Hurst, G. D. D.; Greig, D.: Hybridization facilitates evolutionary rescue. Evolutionary Applications 7 (10), pp. 1209 - 1217 (2014)
 
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