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Strong genotype-by-genotype interactions between aphid-defensive symbionts and parasitoids persist across different biotic environments
Gimmi, E., & Vorburger, C. (2021). Strong genotype-by-genotype interactions between aphid-defensive symbionts and parasitoids persist across different biotic environments. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 34(12), 1944-1953. https://doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13953
Positive association between the diversity of symbionts and parasitoids of aphids in field populations
Hafer-Hahmann, N., & Vorburger, C. (2021). Positive association between the diversity of symbionts and parasitoids of aphids in field populations. Ecosphere, 12(1), e03355 (11 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3355
Quantitative trait locus analysis of parasitoid counteradaptation to symbiont-conferred resistance
Ulrich, G. F., Zemp, N., Vorburger, C., & Boulain, H. (2021). Quantitative trait locus analysis of parasitoid counteradaptation to symbiont-conferred resistance. Heredity, 127(2), 219-232. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41437-021-00444-7
Parasitoids as drivers of symbiont diversity in an insect host
Hafer-Hahmann, N., & Vorburger, C. (2020). Parasitoids as drivers of symbiont diversity in an insect host. Ecology Letters, 23(8), 1232-1241. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13526
A novel RNA virus in the parasitoid wasp <em>Lysiphlebus fabarum</em>: genomic structure, prevalence, and transmission
Lüthi, M. N., Vorburger, C., & Dennis, A. B. (2020). A novel RNA virus in the parasitoid wasp Lysiphlebus fabarum: genomic structure, prevalence, and transmission. Viruses, 12(1), 59 (19 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/v12010059
Prior adaptation of parasitoids improves biological control of symbiont-protected pests
Rossbacher, S., & Vorburger, C. (2020). Prior adaptation of parasitoids improves biological control of symbiont-protected pests. Evolutionary Applications, 13(8), 1868-1876. https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.12934