Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Knight, Christopher G."

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Gifford, Danna R., Krašovec, Rok, Aston, Elizabeth, Belavkin, Roman V., Channon, Alastair and Knight, Christopher G. (2018) Environmental pleiotropy and demographic history direct adaptation under antibiotic selection. Heredity . ISSN 0018-067X (Published online first)

Krašovec, Rok, Richards, Huw, Gifford, Danna R., Belavkin, Roman V., Channon, Alastair, Aston, Elizabeth, McBain, Andrew J. and Knight, Christopher G. (2018) Opposing effects of final population density and stress on Escherichia coli mutation rate. The ISME journal . ISSN 1751-7362 (Published online first)

Aston, Elizabeth, Channon, Alastair, Belavkin, Roman V., Gifford, Danna R., Krašovec, Rok and Knight, Christopher G. (2017) Critical mutation rate has an exponential dependence on population size for eukaryotic-length genomes with crossover. Scientific Reports, 7 (1). ISSN 2045-2322

Krašovec, Rok, Richards, Huw, Gifford, Danna R., Hatcher, Charlie, Faulkner, Katy J., Belavkin, Roman V., Channon, Alastair, Aston, Elizabeth, McBain, Andrew J. and Knight, Christopher G. (2017) Spontaneous mutation rate is a plastic trait associated with population density across domains of life. PLOS Biology, 15 (8). e2002731. ISSN 1545-7885

Belavkin, Roman V., Channon, Alastair, Aston, Elizabeth, Aston, John, Krašovec, Rok and Knight, Christopher G. (2016) Monotonicity of fitness landscapes and mutation rate control. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 73 (6). pp. 1491-1524. ISSN 0303-6812

Krašovec, Rok, Belavkin, Roman V., Aston, John A. D., Channon, Alastair, Aston, Elizabeth, Rash, Bharat M., Kadirvel, Manikandan, Forbes, Sarah and Knight, Christopher G. (2014) Mutation rate plasticity in rifampicin resistance depends on Escherichia coli cell–cell interactions. Nature Communications, 5 . ISSN 2041-1723

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