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Susan F Bailey
Susan F Bailey
Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY
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Evolutionary insight from whole‐genome sequencing of experimentally evolved microbes
JR Dettman, N Rodrigue, AH Melnyk, A Wong, SF Bailey, R Kassen
Molecular ecology 21 (9), 2058-2077, 2012
1892012
The effect of selection environment on the probability of parallel evolution
SF Bailey, N Rodrigue, R Kassen
Molecular biology and evolution 32 (6), 1436-1448, 2015
1352015
What drives parallel evolution? How population size and mutational variation contribute to repeated evolution
SF Bailey, F Blanquart, T Bataillon, R Kassen
BioEssays 39 (1), 1-9, 2017
1142017
Adaptive synonymous mutations in an experimentally evolved Pseudomonas fluorescens population
SF Bailey, A Hinz, R Kassen
Nature Communications 5 (1), 4076, 2014
992014
Effects of new mutations on fitness: insights from models and data
T Bataillon, SF Bailey
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1320 (1), 76-92, 2014
922014
Can the experimental evolution programme help us elucidate the genetic basis of adaptation in nature?
SF Bailey, T Bataillon
Molecular ecology 25 (1), 203-218, 2016
882016
The distribution of fitness effects among synonymous mutations in a gene under directional selection
E Lebeuf-Taylor, N McCloskey, SF Bailey, A Hinz, R Kassen
eLife 8, e45952, 2019
812019
Competition both drives and impedes diversification in a model adaptive radiation
SF Bailey, JR Dettman, PB Rainey, R Kassen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1766), 20131253, 2013
762013
Effects of synonymous mutations beyond codon bias: the evidence for adaptive synonymous substitutions from microbial evolution experiments
SF Bailey, LA Alonso Morales, R Kassen
Genome biology and evolution 13 (9), evab141, 2021
612021
Evolution of Fitness Trade-Offs in Locally Adapted Populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens
A Schick, SF Bailey, R Kassen
The American Naturalist 186 (S1), S48-S59, 2015
482015
Spatial structure of ecological opportunity drives adaptation in a bacterium
SF Bailey, R Kassen
The American Naturalist 180 (2), 270-283, 2012
412012
Fitness declines towards range limits and local adaptation to climate affect dispersal evolution during climate‐induced range shifts
AL Hargreaves, SF Bailey, RA Laird
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (8), 1489-1501, 2015
302015
Towards evolutionary predictions: Current promises and challenges
MT Wortel, D Agashe, SF Bailey, C Bank, K Bisschop, T Blankers, ...
Evolutionary applications 16 (1), 3-21, 2023
232023
Identifying drivers of parallel evolution: A regression model approach
SF Bailey, Q Guo, T Bataillon
Genome biology and evolution 10 (10), 2801-2812, 2018
222018
Empty flowers as a pollination-enhancement strategy
SF Bailey, AL Hargreaves, SD Hechtenthal, RA Laird, TM Latty, TG Reid, ...
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (8), 1245-1262, 2007
192007
A remark on “Biological control through provision of additional food to predators: A theoretical study”[Theor. Popul. Biol. 72 (2007) 111–120]
RD Parshad, S Wickramsooriya, S Bailey
Theoretical population biology 132, 60-68, 2020
142020
The why, what and how of predicting evolution across biology: from disease to biotechnology to biodiversity
MT Wortel, D Agashe, SF Bailey, C Bank, K Bisschop, T Blankers, ...
EvoEvoRxiv Preprints, 2022
72022
Spatial structure affects evolutionary dynamics and drives genomic diversity in experimental populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens
SF Bailey, A Trudeau, K Tulowiecki, M McGrath, A Belle, H Fountain, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.09. 28.461808, 2021
62021
Modeling optimal reopening strategies for COVID-19 and its variants by keeping infections low and fixing testing capacity
M Dalton, P Dougall, FL Amoah Darko, W Annan, E Asante-Asamani, ...
Plos one 17 (11), e0274407, 2022
32022
Extrinsically and intrinsically generated spatial patterns of algal abundance in an experimental stream
SF Bailey, E McCauley
Ecological Complexity 6 (3), 328-336, 2009
22009
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