Publications

Google Scholar profile

Published papers (first author name linked to paper access; Koskella lab members in bold type)

Koskella, B., Meaden, S., Crowther, W.J., Leimu, R., and Metcalf, C.J.E. A signature of tree health? Shift in the microbiome and the ecological drivers of horse chestnut bleeding canker disease. New Phytologist (accepted)

Giraud, T., Koskella, B. and Laine, A.-L. 2017. Introduction: microbial local adaptation: insights from natural populations, genomics and experimental evolution. Molecular Ecology, 26: 1703–1710.

Meaden, S., & Koskella, B. 2017. Adaptation of the pathogen, Pseudomonas syringae, during experimental evolution on a native vs. alternative host plant. Molecular Ecology, 26: 1790–1801.

Penczykowski, R. M., Laine, A. L., & Koskella, B. (2016). Understanding the ecology and evolution of host–parasite interactions across scales. Evolutionary Applications9: 37-52.

Koskella, B. and Parr, N. (2015). The evolution of bacterial resistance against bacteriophages in the horse chestnut phyllosphere is general across both space and time. Phil Trans R Soc B370: 20140297.

Koskella, B. and Vos, M. (2015). Adaptation in Natural Microbial Populations. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics46: 503.

Meaden, S., Paszkiewicz, K., & Koskella, B. (2015). The cost of phage resistance in a plant pathogenic bacterium is context‐dependent. Evolution69: 1321-1328.

Cunniffe N. J., Koskella B., Metcalf C. J., Parnell S. , Gottwald T.R. & Gilligan C. A.(2015)  Thirteen challenges in modelling plant diseases. Epidemics 10: 6-10.

Lin, D., & Koskella, B. (2014). Friend and foe: factors influencing the movement of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori along the parasitism‐mutualism continuum. Evolutionary Applications 8: 9-22.

Koskella, B. & Brockhurst, M.A. 2014. Bacteria–phage coevolution as a driver of ecological and evolutionary processes in microbial communities. FEMS Microbiol Rev 38: 916–931,.

Koskella B. 2014. Bacteria-Phage Interactions across Time and Space: Merging Local Adaptation and Time-Shift Experiments to Understand Phage Evolution. Am Nat 184: S9-S21.

Lively C. M., Roode J. C., Duffy M. A., Graham A. L. & Koskella B. 2014. Interesting Open Questions in Disease Ecology and Evolution. Am Nat 184: S1-S8.

Díaz-Muñoz S. L. and Koskella B. (2014) Bacteria-Phage Interactions in Natural Environments Advances in Applied Microbiology 89: 135-183.

Meaden, S. and Koskella, B. 2013. Exploring the risks of phage application in the environment. Frontiers in Microbiology 4, 358.

Koskella, B. 2013. Phage-Mediated Selection 
on Microbiota of a Long-Lived Host. Current Biology 23, 1256–1260.

Brockhurst, M.A. and Koskella, B. 2013. Experimental coevolution of species interactions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28(6): 367-75.

Koskella, B., Meaden, S. 2013. Understanding Bacteriophage Specificity in Natural Microbial Communities. Viruses 5: 806-823. PDF

Antonovics, J., Boots, M., Ebert, D., Koskella, B., Poss, M., and Sadd, B.M. 2012. The origin of specificity by means of natural selection: evolved and non-host resistance in host-pathogen interactions. Evolution 67: 1-9. PDF

Koskella, B., Lin, D.M., Buckling, A. and Thompson, J.N. 2012. The costs of evolving resistance in heterogeneous parasite environments. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 279: 1896-1903.  –> Evaluated by Faculty 1000 as Recommended (6) and featured in Current Biology (22[5]: R142-R145). PDF

Koskella, B., Taylor, T., Bates, J., & Buckling, A. 2011. Using experimental evolution to explore natural patterns between bacterial motility and resistance to bacteriophage. ISME 5: 1809-1817. PDF

Koskella, B., Vergara, D., & Lively, C.M. 2011. Experimental evolution of sexual host populations in response to sterilizing parasites. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 13:315–322. PDF

Koskella, B., Thompson, J.N., Preston, G.M. & Buckling, A. 2011. Local biotic environment shapes the spatial scale of bacteriophage adaptation to bacteria. The American Naturalist, 177(4):440-51. –> Evaluated by Faculty 1000 as Exceptional (10) and highlighted as Editor’s Choice in Science, 332 (6027): 284-285. PDF

Koskella, B. and C.M. Lively. 2009. Evidence for negative frequency-dependent selection during experimental coevolution of a freshwater snail and a sterilizing trematode.  Evolution, 63(9): 2213-2221. –> Awarded theSociety for the Study of Evolution Fisher Prize for outstanding Ph.D. dissertation paper in Evolution. PDF

Dybdahl, M. F., Jokela, J., Delph, L. F., Koskella, B., and Lively, C. M. 2008. Hybrid fitness in a locally adapted parasite. The American Naturalist, 172(6):772-782. PDF

Greischar, M. and B. Koskella. 2007. A synthesis of experimental work on parasite local adaptation. Ecology Letters 10, 418–434. PDF

Koskella, B. and C.M. Lively. 2007. Advice of the rose: Experimental coevolution of a trematode parasite and its snail host. Evolution 61: 152–159. PDF

Koskella, B., Giraud, T. and M.E. Hood. 2006. Pathogen relatedness affects the  outcome of within- host competition. The American Naturalist 168: 121-126 (4.725, 18). PDF

Lynch, M., Koskella, B. and S. Schaack. 2006. Mutation pressure and the evolution of organelle genomic architecture. Science 311: 1727-30 (31.201, 146). PDF

Hood, M.E., Antonovics, J. and B. Koskella. 2004. Shared forces of sex chromosome evolution in haploid-mating and diploid-mating organisms: Microbotryum violaceum and Other Model Organisms. Genetics 168: 141–146. PDF

Book chapters

Koskella, B. and Taylor, T. B. The potential role of bacteriophages in shaping plant-bacterial interactions, in Plant-Bacterial Interactions, Murillo, J., Jackson, R. W., Arnold, D., and Vinatzer, B. (eds). Horizon Scientific Press, Norwich UK. (author version here)

Morgan, A.D. & Koskella, B. 2010. Co-evolution between host and pathogen. In: Tibayrenc, M. (ed.) Genetics and Evolution of Infectious Diseases. Elsevier. PDF

Neiman, M. & Koskella, B. 2009. Sex and the red queen. In: Schön, I., Martens, K. & Van Dijk P. (eds.) Lost sex. Springer Academic publishers, Heidelberg, Germany. PDF

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