Zeitschriftenartikel (15)

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    Zhang, W.; Reeves, R. G.; Tautz, D.: Identification of a genetic network for an ecologically relevant behavioral phenotype in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Ecology n/a (n/a), in press (2020)
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    Reeves, R. G.; Voeneky, S.; Caetano-Anollés, D.; Beck, F.; Boete, C.: Agricultural research, or a new bioweapon system? Science 362 (6410) (2018)
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    Reeves, R. G.; Tautz, D.: Automated phenotyping indicates pupal size in Drosophila is a highly heritable trait with an apparent polygenic basis. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 7 (4), S. 1277 - 1286 (2017)
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    Bryk, J.; Reeves, R. G.; Reed, F. A.; Denton, J. A.: Transcriptional effects of a positive feedback circuit in Drosophila melanogaster. BMC Genomics 18, 990 (2017)
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    Mohamed, A. H.; Ali, A. M.; Harbach, R. E.; Reeves, R. G.; Ibrahim, K. M.; AhmedMohmed, M. A.; Azrag, R. S.: Aedes mosquitoes in the Republic of the Sudan, with dichotomous keys for the adult and larval stages. Journal of Natural History 51 (9-10), S. 513 - 529 (2017)
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    Reeves, R. G.; Phillipson, M.: Mass releases of genetically modified insects in area-wide pest control programs and their impact on organic farmers. Sustainability 9 (1), su9010059 (2017)
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    Czypionka, T.; Reeves, G.; Vanhamel, M.; De Meester, L.: Assessing hatching rates and the timing of hatching from plankton resting stages—an accurate and cost effective high throughput approach. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 14 (11), S. 718 - 724 (2016)
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    Boete, C.; Reeves, G.: Alternative vector control methods to manage the Zika virus outbreak: more haste, less speed. The Lancet Global Health 4 (6), S. e363 - e363 (2016)
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    Boëte, C.; Beisel, U.; Reis Castro, L.; Césard, N.; Reeves, R. G.: Engaging scientists: An online survey exploring the experience of innovative biotechnological approaches to controlling vector-borne diseases. Parasites & Vectors 8 (2015)
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    Reeves, R. G.; Bryk, J.; Altrock, P. M.; Denton, J. A.; Reed, F. A.: First steps towards underdominant genetic transformation of insect populations. PLoS ONE 9 (5) (2014)
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    Gokhale, C. S.; Reeves, R. G.; Reed, F. A.: Dynamics of a combined Medea-underdominant population transformation system. BMC Evolutionary Biology 14 (2014)
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    Boëte, C.; Agusto, F. B.; Reeves, R. G.: Impact of mating behaviour on the success of malaria control through a single inundative release of transgenic mosquitoes. Journal of Theoretical Biology 347 (2014)
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    Reeves, G.: The genetic jungle. GeneWatch 25 (3), S. 12 - 13 (2012)
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    Reeves, R. G.; Denton, J. A.; Santucci, F.; Bryk, J.; Reed, F. A.: Scientific standards and the regulation of genetically modified insects. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 6 (1), e1520 (2012)
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    Altrock, P. M.; Traulsen, A.; Reeves, R. G.; Reed, F. A.: Using underdominance to bi-stably transform local populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology 267 (1), S. 62 - 75 (2010)

Hochschulschrift - Bachelor (1)

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    Hochschulschrift - Bachelor
    Müller, H.: Trans-generational influence of tetracycline on Drosophila melanogaster. Bachelor, 92 Bl. S., Fachhochschule, Bingen (2010)

Forschungspapier (1)

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    Zhang, W.; Reeves, R. G.; Tautz, D.: Testing the omnigenic model for a behavioral trait in Drosophila melanogaster. bioRxiv (2019)
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