Ben Raymond
Ben Raymond
Professor of Ecology and Evolution, Penryn campus, University of Exeter
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Bacillus thuringiensis: an impotent pathogen?
B Raymond, PR Johnston, C Nielsen-LeRoux, D Lereclus, N Crickmore
Trends in microbiology 18 (5), 189-194, 2010
The dynamics of cooperative bacterial virulence in the field
B Raymond, SA West, AS Griffin, MB Bonsall
Science 337 (6090), 85-88, 2012
Five rules for resistance management in the antibiotic apocalypse, a road map for integrated microbial management
B Raymond
Evolutionary applications 12 (6), 1079-1091, 2019
A mid‐gut microbiota is not required for the pathogenicity of Bacillus thuringiensis to diamondback moth larvae
B Raymond, PR Johnston, DJ Wright, RJ Ellis, N Crickmore, MB Bonsall
Environmental microbiology 11 (10), 2556-2563, 2009
In defence of Bacillus thuringiensis, the safest and most successful microbial insecticide available to humanity—a response to EFSA
B Raymond, BA Federici
FEMS microbiology ecology 93 (7), fix084, 2017
Environmental Factors Determining the Epidemiology and Population Genetic Structure of the Bacillus cereus Group in the Field
B Raymond, KL Wyres, SK Sheppard, RJ Ellis, MB Bonsall
PLoS Pathogens 6 (5), e1000905, 2010
Genes and environment interact to determine the fitness costs of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis
B Raymond, AH Sayyed, DJ Wright
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1571), 1519-1524, 2005
Live to cheat another day: bacterial dormancy facilitates the social exploitation of β-lactamases
F Medaney, T Dimitriu, RJ Ellis, B Raymond
The ISME journal 10 (3), 778-787, 2016
Genetic and Biochemical Characterization of Field-Evolved Resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis Toxin Cry1Ac in the Diamondback Moth, Plutella xylostella
AH Sayyed, B Raymond, MS Ibiza-Palacios, B Escriche, DJ Wright
Applied and environmental Microbiology 70 (12), 7010-7017, 2004
Intraguild predators and the spatial distribution of a parasitoid
B Raymond, AC Darby, AE Douglas
Oecologia 124, 367-372, 2000
Exploiting pathogens and their impact on fitness costs to manage the evolution of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis
BEN Raymond, AH Sayyed, RS Hails, DJ Wright
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (4), 768-780, 2007
Antagonistic competition moderates virulence in Bacillus thuringiensis
J Garbutt, MB Bonsall, DJ Wright, B Raymond
Ecology letters 14 (8), 765-772, 2011
Bacteria from natural populations transfer plasmids mostly towards their kin
T Dimitriu, L Marchant, A Buckling, B Raymond
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1905), 20191110, 2019
Host plant species can influence the fitness of herbivore pathogens: the winter moth and its nucleopolyhedrovirus
B Raymond, A Vanbergen, I Pearce, S Hartley, J Cory, R Hails
Oecologia 131, 533-541, 2002
The social biology of quorum sensing in a naturalistic host pathogen system
L Zhou, L Slamti, C Nielsen-LeRoux, D Lereclus, B Raymond
Current Biology 24 (20), 2417-2422, 2014
Effects of host plant and genetic background on the fitness costs of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis
B Raymond, DJ Wright, MB Bonsall
Heredity 106 (2), 281-288, 2011
The role of food plant and pathogen-induced behaviour in the persistence of a nucleopolyhedrovirus
B Raymond, SE Hartley, JS Cory, RS Hails
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 88 (1), 49-57, 2005
Host shifting by Operophtera brumata into novel environments leads to population differentiation in life‐history traits
AJ Vanbergen, B Raymond, ISK Pearce, AD Watt, RS Hails, SE Hartley
Ecological Entomology 28 (5), 604-612, 2003
Escape from pupal predation as a potential cause of outbreaks of the winter moth, Operophtera brumata
B Raymond, A Vanbergen, A Watt, SE Hartley, JS Cory, RS Hails
Oikos 98 (2), 219-228, 2002
Host plant and population determine the fitness costs of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis
B Raymond, AH Sayyed, DJ Wright
Biology Letters 3 (1), 83-86, 2007
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