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  • Adaptive divergence in experimental populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens. III. Mutational origins of wrinkly spreader diversity 

    Bantinaki, Eleni; Kassen, Rees; Knight, Christopher G.; Robinson, Zena; Spiers, Andrew J.; Rainey, Paul B. (Genetics Society of America, 2007-05)
    Understanding the connections among genotype, phenotype, and fitness through evolutionary time is a central goal of evolutionary genetics. Wrinkly spreader (WS) genotypes evolve repeatedly in model Pseudomonas populations ...
  • Environmental modification and niche construction: developing O2 gradients drive the evolution of the Wrinkly Spreader 

    Koza, Anna; Moshynets, Olena; Otten, Wilfred; Spiers, Andrew J. (International Society for Microbial Ecology, 2011-04)
    The evolutionary success of the novel Wrinkly Spreader (WS) genotypes in diversifying Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 populations in static liquid microcosms has been attributed to the greater availability of O2 at the ...
  • Transformation in a changing climate: a research agenda 

    Fazey, Ioan; Moug, Peter; Allen, Simon; Beckmann, Kate; Blackwood, David J.; Bonaventura, Mike; Burnett, Kathryn; Danson, Mike; Falconer, Ruth E.; Gagnon, Alexandre S.; Harkness, Rachel; Hodgson, Anthony; Holm, Lorens; Irvine, Katherine N.; Low, Ragne; Lyon, Christopher; Moss, Anna; Moran, Clare; Naylor, Larissa; O’Brien, Karen; Russell, Shona; Skerratt, Sarah; Rao-Williams, Jennifer; Wolstenholme, Ruth (Taylor & Francis, 2017-04-09)
    The concept of transformation in relation to climate and other global change is increasingly receiving attention. The concept provides important opportunities to help examine how rapid and fundamental change to address ...