Ellen Decaestecker
Ellen Decaestecker
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TitleCited byYear
Host–parasite ‘Red Queen’dynamics archived in pond sediment
E Decaestecker, S Gaba, JAM Raeymaekers, R Stoks, L Van Kerckhoven, ...
Nature 450 (7171), 870-873, 2007
4932007
The evolution of virulence when parasites cause host castration and gigantism
D Ebert, H Joachim Carius, T Little, E Decaestecker
the american naturalist 164 (S5), S19-S32, 2004
1812004
Host–parasite coevolution and patterns of adaptation across time and space
S Gandon, A Buckling, E Decaestecker, T Day
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (6), 1861-1866, 2008
1662008
In deep trouble: habitat selection constrained by multiple enemies in zooplankton
E Decaestecker, L De Meester, D Ebert
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (8), 5481-5485, 2002
1432002
Ecological implications of parasites in natural Daphnia populations
E Decaestecker, S Declerck, L De Meester, D Ebert
Oecologia 144 (3), 382-390, 2005
892005
Pesticide exposure strongly enhances parasite virulence in an invertebrate host model
A Coors, E Decaestecker, M Jansen, L De Meester
Oikos 117 (12), 1840-1846, 2008
722008
Evidence for strong host clone‐parasite species interactions in the Daphnia microparasite system
E Decaestecker, A Vergote, D Ebert, LD Meester
Evolution 57 (4), 784-792, 2003
702003
The impact of human activities and lifestyles on the interlinked microbiota and health of humans and of ecosystems
L Flandroy, T Poutahidis, G Berg, G Clarke, MC Dao, E Decaestecker, ...
Science of the total environment 627, 1018-1038, 2018
682018
Daphnia magna transcriptome by RNA-Seq across 12 environmental stressors
L Orsini, D Gilbert, R Podicheti, M Jansen, JB Brown, OS Solari, ...
Scientific data 3 (1), 1-16, 2016
642016
Dispersal‐mediated trophic interactions can generate apparent patterns of dispersal limitation in aquatic metacommunities
D Verreydt, L De Meester, E Decaestecker, MJ Villena, K Van Der Gucht, ...
Ecology Letters 15 (3), 218-226, 2012
642012
Cyclical Parthenogenesis in Daphnia: Sexual Versus Asexual Reproduction
E Decaestecker, L De Meester, J Mergeay
Lost sex, 295-316, 2009
562009
Life history and eco‐evolutionary dynamics in light of the gut microbiota
E Macke, A Tasiemski, F Massol, M Callens, E Decaestecker
Oikos 126 (4), 508-531, 2017
492017
Haunted by the past: evidence for dormant stage banks of microparasites and epibionts of Daphnia
E Decaestecker, C Lefever, L De Meester, D Ebert
Limnology and oceanography 49 (4part2), 1355-1364, 2004
482004
Damped long‐term host–parasite Red Queen coevolutionary dynamics: a reflection of dilution effects?
E Decaestecker, H De Gersem, Y Michalakis, JAM Raeymaekers
Ecology Letters 16 (12), 1455-1462, 2013
342013
Morphology, Molecular Phylogeny, and Ecology of Binucleata daphniae n. g., n. sp. (Fungi: Microsporidia), a Parasite of Daphnia magna Straus, 1820 (Crustacea …
D Refardt, E Decaestecker, PTJ Johnson, J VÁVRA
Journal of eukaryotic microbiology 55 (5), 393-408, 2008
342008
Evolution of Heat Shock Protein Expression in a Natural Population of Daphnia magna
K Pauwels, R Stoks, E Decaestecker, L De Meester
The American Naturalist 170 (5), 800-805, 2007
342007
Global cytosine methylation in Daphnia magna depends on genotype, environment, and their interaction
J Asselman, DIM De Coninck, MB Vandegehuchte, M Jansen, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 34 (5), 1056-1061, 2015
302015
Long‐term allelopathic control of phytoplankton by the submerged macrophyte Elodea nuttallii
M Vanderstukken, SAJ Declerck, E Decaestecker, K Muylaert
Freshwater biology 59 (5), 930-941, 2014
292014
A three-way perspective of stoichiometric changes on host–parasite interactions
SL Aalto, E Decaestecker, K Pulkkinen
Trends in Parasitology 31 (7), 333-340, 2015
282015
Food availability affects the strength of mutualistic host–microbiota interactions in Daphnia magna
M Callens, E Macke, K Muylaert, P Bossier, B Lievens, M Waud, ...
The ISME journal 10 (4), 911-920, 2016
272016
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