Gregory Hurst

University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom 
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Reynolds LA, Hornett EA, Jiggins CD, et al. (2019) Suppression of -mediated male-killing in the butterfly involves a single genomic region. Peerj. 7: e7677
Pastok D, Hoare MJ, Ryder JJ, et al. (2016) The role of host phenology in determining the incidence of an insect sexually transmitted infection Oikos. 125: 636-643
Jones SL, Pastok D, Hurst GD. (2015) No evidence that presence of sexually transmitted infection selects for reduced mating rate in the two spot ladybird, Adalia bipunctata. Peerj. 3: e1148
Brockhurst MA, Chapman T, King KC, et al. (2014) Running with the Red Queen: the role of biotic conflicts in evolution. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281
Ryder JJ, Hoare MJ, Pastok D, et al. (2014) Disease epidemiology in arthropods is altered by the presence of nonprotective symbionts. The American Naturalist. 183: E89-104
Hurst GDD, Jiggins CD. (2013) Evolutionary biology: A gut feeling for isolation Nature. 500: 412-413
Duron O, Hurst GD. (2013) Arthropods and inherited bacteria: from counting the symbionts to understanding how symbionts count. Bmc Biology. 11: 45
Duplouy A, Iturbe-Ormaetxe I, Beatson SA, et al. (2013) Draft genome sequence of the male-killing Wolbachia strain wBol1 reveals recent horizontal gene transfers from diverse sources. Bmc Genomics. 14: 20
Ryder JJ, Pastok D, Hoare MJ, et al. (2013) Spatial variation in food supply, mating behavior, and sexually transmitted disease epidemics Behavioral Ecology. 24: 723-729
Longdon B, Fabian DK, Hurst GD, et al. (2012) Male-killing Wolbachia do not protect Drosophila bifasciata against viral infection. Bmc Microbiology. 12: S8
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