Karen D. McCoy
Karen D. McCoy
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Mechanisms of population differentiation in seabirds
VL Friesen, TM Burg, KD McCoy
Molecular Ecology 16 (9), 1765-1785, 2007
2292007
Host‐dependent genetic structure of parasite populations: Differential dispersal of seabird tick host races
KD McCoy, T Boulinier, C Tirard, Y Michalakis
Evolution 57 (2), 288-296, 2003
1782003
Induced maternal response to the Lyme disease spirochaete Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato in a colonial seabird, the kittiwake Rissa tridactyla
J Gasparini, KD McCoy, C Haussy, T Tveraa, T Boulinier
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1532001
Population genetics and molecular epidemiology or how to “débusquer la bête”
T De Meeûs, KD McCoy, F Prugnolle, C Chevillon, P Durand, ...
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 7 (2), 308-332, 2007
1482007
Host specificity of a generalist parasite: genetic evidence of sympatric host races in the seabird tick Ixodes uriae
KD McCoy, T Boulinier, C Tirard, Y Michalakis
Journal of evolutionary biology 14 (3), 395-405, 2001
1432001
The implications of accepting untestedhypotheses: a review of the effectsof purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in North America
KD Mccoy
Biodiversity & Conservation 7 (8), 1069-1079, 1998
1231998
The recent evolution of a maternally-inherited endosymbiont of ticks led to the emergence of the Q fever pathogen, Coxiella burnetii
O Duron, V Noël, KD Mccoy, M Bonazzi, K Sidi-Boumedine, O Morel, ...
PLoS pathogens 11 (5), 2015
1202015
Public information affects breeding dispersal in a colonial bird: kittiwakes cue on neighbours
T Boulinier, KD McCoy, NG Yoccoz, J Gasparini, T Tveraa
Biology letters 4 (5), 538-540, 2008
1202008
Changing distributions of ticks: causes and consequences
E Léger, G Vourc’h, L Vial, C Chevillon, KD McCoy
Experimental and Applied Acarology 59 (1-2), 219-244, 2013
1192013
Comparative host–parasite population structures: disentangling prospecting and dispersal in the black‐legged kittiwake Rissa tridactyla
KD McCOY, T Boulinier, C Tirard
Molecular ecology 14 (9), 2825-2838, 2005
1182005
Worldwide distribution and diversity of seabird ticks: implications for the ecology and epidemiology of tick-borne pathogens
M Dietrich, E Gomez-Diaz, KD McCoy
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 11 (5), 453-470, 2011
1052011
Host race formation in the Acari
S Magalhães, MR Forbes, A Skoracka, M Osakabe, C Chevillon, ...
Experimental and Applied Acarology 42 (4), 225-238, 2007
1022007
Dispersal and parasitism
T Boulinier, KD McCoy, G Sorci
Dispersal 12, 169-179, 2001
1012001
Recurrent evolution of host-specialized races in a globally distributed parasite
KD McCoy, E Chapuis, C Tirard, T Boulinier, Y Michalakis, CL Bohec, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1579), 2389-2395, 2005
972005
Midichloria mitochondrii is widespread in hard ticks (Ixodidae) and resides in the mitochondria of phylogenetically diverse species
S Epis, D Sassera, T Beninati, N Lo, L Beati, J Piesman, L Rinaldi, ...
Parasitology 135 (4), 485-494, 2008
962008
Local adaptation of the ectoparasite Ixodes uriae to its seabird host
KD McCoy, T Boulinier, S Schjørring, Y Michalakis
Evolutionary Ecology Research 4 (3), 441-456, 2002
902002
Host specialization in ticks and transmission of tick-borne diseases: a review
KD Mccoy, E Léger, M Dietrich
Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology 3, 57, 2013
882013
Sympatric speciation in parasites–what is sympatry?
KD McCoy
Trends in Parasitology 19 (9), 400-404, 2003
822003
Related concentrations of specific immunoglobulins against the Lyme disease agent Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato in eggs, young and adults of the kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla)
J Gasparini, KD McCoy, T Tveraa, T Boulinier
Ecology Letters 5 (4), 519-524, 2002
702002
Evolutionary changes in symbiont community structure in ticks
O Duron, F Binetruy, V Noël, J Cremaschi, KD McCoy, C Arnathau, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (11), 2905-2921, 2017
642017
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