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- Gilbert, Donald G., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Molecular ecology 2014 v.23 no.6 pp. 1608-1623
- Acyrthosiphon pisum; Planococcus citri; amino acid transporters; bacteriocytes; evolution; gene duplication; gene expression regulation; genes; insects; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; recruitment; symbionts; symbiosis
- ... Symbiosis is well known to influence bacterial symbiont genome evolution and has recently been shown to shape eukaryotic host genomes. Intriguing patterns of host genome evolution, including remarkable numbers of gene duplications, have been observed in the pea aphid, a sap‐feeding insect that relies on a bacterial endosymbiont for amino acid provisioning. Previously, we proposed that gene duplica ...
- Gilbert, Donald, et al. Show all 18 Authors
- Molecular ecology 2018 v.27 no.4 pp. 886-897
- Daphnia magna; abiotic stress; cell communication; environmental impact; gene expression regulation; genes; genetic background; genotype-environment interaction; habitats; keystone species; metabolism; stress response; transcription (genetics)
- ... Natural habitats are exposed to an increasing number of environmental stressors that cause important ecological consequences. However, the multifarious nature of environmental change, the strength and the relative timing of each stressor largely limit our understanding of biological responses to environmental change. In particular, early response to unpredictable environmental change, critical to ...