Kayla C. King, Ph.D.

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2011 Biology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
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Parasitology, Ecology
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Curt M. Lively grad student 2011 Indiana University
 (The relationship between host-parasite coevolution and genetic diversity in natural snail populations.)
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Bates KA, Bolton JS, King KC. (2021) A globally ubiquitous symbiont can drive experimental host evolution. Molecular Ecology
Stevens EJ, Bates KA, King KC. (2021) Host microbiota can facilitate pathogen infection. Plos Pathogens. 17: e1009514
Drew GC, Stevens EJ, King KC. (2021) Microbial evolution and transitions along the parasite-mutualist continuum. Nature Reviews. Microbiology
Bankers L, Dahan D, Neiman M, et al. (2021) Invasive freshwater snails form novel microbial relationships. Evolutionary Applications. 14: 770-780
Marcogliese DJ, King KC, Bates KA. (2021) Effects of multiple stressors on northern leopard frogs in agricultural wetlands. Parasitology. 1-35
Ekroth AKE, Gerth M, Stevens EJ, et al. (2021) Host genotype and genetic diversity shape the evolution of a novel bacterial infection. The Isme Journal
Ford SA, King KC. (2020) In vivo microbial coevolution favours host protection and plastic downregulation of immunity. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Kloock A, Bonsall MB, King KC. (2020) Evolution and maintenance of microbe-mediated protection under occasional pathogen infection. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 8634-8642
King KC, Hurst GDD, Lewis Z. (2020) Let's emerge from the pandemic lockdown into a fairer academic world. Current Biology : Cb. 30: R799
Dahan D, Preston GM, Sealey J, et al. (2020) Impacts of a novel defensive symbiosis on the nematode host microbiome. Bmc Microbiology. 20: 159
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