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Zhang, Z.; Bendixsen, D. P.; Janzen, T.; Nolte, A. W.; Greig, D.; Stelkens, R.: Recombining your way out of trouble: the genetic architecture of hybrid fitness under environmental stress. Molecular Biology and Evolution, msz211 (2019)
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Rogers, D. W.; McConnell, E.; Ono, J.; Greig, D.: Spore-autonomous fluorescent protein expression identifies meiotic chromosome mis-segregation as the principal cause of hybrid sterility in yeast. PLoS Biology 16 (11), e2005066 (2018)
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Boynton, P. J.; Janzen, T.; Greig, D.: Modeling the contributions of chromosome segregation errors and aneuploidy to Saccharomyces hybrid sterility. Yeast 35 (1), pp. 85 - 98 (2018)
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Rogers, D. W.; McConnell, E.; Miller, E. L.; Greig, D.: Diminishing returns on intragenic repeat number expansion in the production of signaling peptides. Molecular Biology and Evolution 34 (12), pp. 3176 - 3185 (2017)
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Rogers, D. W.; Böttcher, M. A.; Traulsen, A.; Greig, D.: Ribosome reinitiation can explain length-dependent translation of messenger RNA. PLoS Computational Biology 13 (6), e1005592 (2017)
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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 17 (3), pp. 370 - 380 (2017)
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Bernardes, J.; Stelkens, R. B.; Greig, D.: Heterosis in hybrids within and between yeast species. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 (3), pp. 538 - 548 (2017)
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Boynton, P. J.; Greig, D.: Species richness influences wine ecosystem function through a dominant species. Fungal Ecology 22, pp. 61 - 72 (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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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.; Greig, D.: Fungal evolution: on the origin of yeast species. Nature Microbiology 1 (1), 15017 (2016)
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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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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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Goddard, M. R.; Greig, D.: Saccharomyces cerevisiae: a nomadic yeast with no niche? FEMS Yeast Research 15 (3), fov009 (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 6, 6102 (2015)
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Miller, E. L.; Greig, D.: Spore germination determines yeast inbreeding according to fitness in the local environment. American Naturalist 185 (2), pp. 291 - 301 (2014)
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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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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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