Tom Vogwill
Tom Vogwill
Lecturer of Microbiology, School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen
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Antagonistic coevolution accelerates molecular evolution
S Paterson, T Vogwill, A Buckling, R Benmayor, AJ Spiers, NR Thomson, ...
Nature 464 (7286), 275-278, 2010
The genetic basis of the fitness costs of antimicrobial resistance: a meta‐analysis approach
T Vogwill, RC MacLean
Evolutionary applications 8 (3), 284-295, 2015
Herbicide mixtures at high doses slow the evolution of resistance in experimentally evolving populations of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
M Lagator, T Vogwill, A Mead, N Colegrave, P Neve
New Phytologist 198 (3), 938-945, 2013
Epistasis between antibiotic resistance mutations and genetic background shape the fitness effect of resistance across species of Pseudomonas
T Vogwill, M Kojadinovic, RC MacLean
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1830), 20160151, 2016
Limits to compensatory adaptation and the persistence of antibiotic resistance in pathogenic bacteria
RC MacLean, T Vogwill
Evolution, medicine, and public Health 2015 (1), 4-12, 2015
Testing the role of genetic background in parallel evolution using the comparative experimental evolution of antibiotic resistance
T Vogwill, M Kojadinovic, V Furió, RC MacLean
Molecular biology and evolution 31 (12), 3314-3323, 2014
Persistence and resistance as complementary bacterial adaptations to antibiotics
T Vogwill, AC Comfort, V Furió, RC MacLean
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (6), 1223-1233, 2016
Dispersal and natural enemies interact to drive spatial synchrony and decrease stability in patchy populations
T Vogwill, A Fenton, MA Brockhurst
Ecology Letters 12 (11), 1194-1200, 2009
Divergent evolution peaks under intermediate population bottlenecks during bacterial experimental evolution
T Vogwill, RL Phillips, DR Gifford, RC MacLean
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1835), 20160749, 2016
Source populations act as coevolutionary pacemakers in experimental selection mosaics containing hotspots and coldspots
T Vogwill, A Fenton, A Buckling, ME Hochberg, MA Brockhurst
The American Naturalist 173 (5), E171-E176, 2009
The impact of parasite dispersal on antagonistic host–parasite coevolution
T Vogwill, A Fenton, MA Brockhurst
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (5), 1252-1258, 2008
Herbicide cycling has diverse effects on evolution of resistance in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
M Lagator, T Vogwill, N Colegrave, P Neve
Evolutionary Applications 6 (2), 197-206, 2013
Identifying and exploiting genes that potentiate the evolution of antibiotic resistance
DR Gifford, V Furió, A Papkou, T Vogwill, A Oliver, RC MacLean
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (6), 1033-1039, 2018
The experimental evolution of herbicide resistance in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii results in a positive correlation between fitness in the presence and absence of …
T Vogwill, M Lagator, N Colegrave, P Neve
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (10), 1955-1964, 2012
How does spatial dispersal network affect the evolution of parasite local adaptation?
T Vogwill, A Fenton, MA Brockhurst
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (6), 1795-1801, 2010
Coevolving parasites enhance the diversity-decreasing effect of dispersal
T Vogwill, A Fenton, MA Brockhurst
Biology letters 7 (4), 578-580, 2011
The genetic basis of the fitness costs of antimicrobial resistance: a meta-analysis approach. Evol Appl. 2015; 8 (3): 284–95
T Vogwill, RC MacLean
Epub 2015/04/11. https://doi. org/10.1111/eva. 12202 PMID: 25861386, 0
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