Peter Fields
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Host–parasite co-evolution and its genomic signature
D Ebert, PD Fields
Nature Reviews Genetics 21 (12), 754-768, 2020
Multilevel and kin selection in a connected world
MJ Wade, DS Wilson, C Goodnight, D Taylor, Y Bar-Yam, MAM De Aguiar, ...
Nature 463 (7283), E8-E9, 2010
Recent admixture generates heterozygosity–fitness correlations during the range expansion of an invading species
SR Keller, PD Fields, AE Berardi, DR Taylor
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (3), 616-627, 2014
Bayesian inference of a complex invasion history revealed by nuclear and chloroplast genetic diversity in the colonizing plant, Silene latifolia
SR Keller, KJ Gilbert, PD Fields, DR Taylor
Molecular Ecology 21 (19), 4721-4734, 2012
Evolution in subdivided plant populations: concepts, recent advances and future directions
JR Pannell, PD Fields
New Phytologist 201 (2), 417-432, 2014
Permanent genetic resources added to molecular ecology resources database 1 August 2009–30 September 2009
Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 10 (1), 232-236, 2010
The genetic basis of resistance and matching-allele interactions of a host-parasite system: The Daphnia magna-Pasteuria ramosa model
G Bento, J Routtu, PD Fields, Y Bourgeois, L Du Pasquier, D Ebert
PLoS Genetics 13 (2), e1006596, 2017
A fossil-calibrated phylogenomic analysis of Daphnia and the Daphniidae
L Cornetti, PD Fields, K Van Damme, D Ebert
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 137, 250-262, 2019
Genes mirror geography in Daphnia magna
PD Fields, C Reisser, M Dukić, CR Haag, D Ebert
Molecular ecology 24 (17), 4521-4536, 2015
Mitogenome phylogeographic analysis of a planktonic crustacean
PD Fields, DJ Obbard, SJ McTaggart, Y Galimov, TJ Little, D Ebert
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 129, 138-148, 2018
Mitonuclear linkage disequilibrium in human populations
DB Sloan, PD Fields, JC Havird
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1815), 20151704, 2015
Large within-population genetic diversity of the widespread conifer Pinus sylvestris at its soil fertility limit characterized by nuclear and chloroplast microsatellite …
L Pazouki, PS Shanjani, PD Fields, K Martins, M Suhhorutšenko, ...
European journal of forest research 135, 161-177, 2016
High and Highly Variable Spontaneous Mutation Rates in Daphnia
EKH Ho, F Macrae, LC Latta 4th, P McIlroy, D Ebert, PD Fields, MJ Benner, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 37 (11), 3258-3266, 2020
Genomic evidence for population‐specific responses to co‐evolving parasites in a New Zealand freshwater snail
L Bankers, P Fields, KE McElroy, JL Boore, JM Logsdon Jr, M Neiman
Molecular Ecology 26 (14), 3663-3675, 2017
Microsporidia with vertical transmission were likely shaped by nonadaptive processes
KL Haag, JF Pombert, Y Sun, NRM de Albuquerque, B Batliner, P Fields, ...
Genome Biology and Evolution 12 (1), 3599-3614, 2020
Elevational divergence and clinal variation in floral color and leaf chemistry in Silene vulgaris
AE Berardi, PD Fields, JL Abbate, DR Taylor
American Journal of Botany 103 (8), 1508-1523, 2016
Patterns of cyto-nuclear linkage disequilibrium in Silene latifolia: genomic heterogeneity and temporal stability
PD Fields, DE McCauley, EV McAssey, DR Taylor
Heredity 112 (2), 99-104, 2014
Genome-wide association analysis identifies a genetic basis of infectivity in a model bacterial pathogen
JP Andras, PD Fields, L Du Pasquier, M Fredericksen, D Ebert
Molecular biology and evolution 37 (12), 3439-3452, 2020
Mixtures of Aluminum and Indium Induce More than Additive Phenotypic and Toxicogenomic Responses in Daphnia magna
NR Brun, PD Fields, S Horsfield, L Mirbahai, D Ebert, JK Colbourne, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (3), 1639-1649, 2019
Whole-genome phylogenetic reconstruction as a powerful tool to reveal homoplasy and ancient rapid radiation in waterflea evolution
K Van Damme, L Cornetti, PD Fields, D Ebert
Systematic Biology 71 (4), 777-787, 2022
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