Pepijn Luijckx
Pepijn Luijckx
Trinity College Dublin, the university of Dublin
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Resolving the infection process reveals striking differences in the contribution of environment, genetics and phylogeny to host-parasite interactions
D Duneau, P Luijckx, F Ben-Ami, C Laforsch, D Ebert
BMC biology 9, 1-12, 2011
Cloning of the unculturable parasite Pasteuria ramosa and its Daphnia host reveals extreme genotype–genotype interactions
P Luijckx, F Ben‐Ami, L Mouton, L Du Pasquier, D Ebert
Ecology letters 14 (2), 125-131, 2011
A matching-allele model explains host resistance to parasites
P Luijckx, H Fienberg, D Duneau, D Ebert
Current Biology 23 (12), 1085-1088, 2013
Empirical evidence that metabolic theory describes the temperature dependency of within-host parasite dynamics
D Kirk, N Jones, S Peacock, J Phillips, PK Molnár, M Krkošek, P Luijckx
PLoS biology 16 (2), e2004608, 2018
Trans‐Pacific and trans‐Arctic pathways of the intertidal macroalga Fucus distichus L. reveal multiple glacial refugia and colonizations from the North Pacific to the …
JA Coyer, G Hoarau, J Van Schaik, P Luijckx, JL Olsen
Journal of Biogeography 38 (4), 756-771, 2011
A population biology perspective on the stepwise infection process of the bacterial pathogen Pasteuria ramosa in Daphnia
D Ebert, D Duneau, MD Hall, P Luijckx, JP Andras, L Du Pasquier, ...
Advances in parasitology 91, 265-310, 2016
Sex-specific effects of a parasite evolving in a female-biased host population
D Duneau, P Luijckx, LF Ruder, D Ebert
BMC biology 10, 1-11, 2012
Higher rates of sex evolve during adaptation to more complex environments
P Luijckx, EKH Ho, M Gasim, S Chen, A Stanic, C Yanchus, YS Kim, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (3), 534-539, 2017
Rapid evolution generates synergism between multiple stressors: Linking theory and an evolution experiment
JA Orr, P Luijckx, JF Arnoldi, AL Jackson, JJ Piggott
Global Change Biology 28 (5), 1740-1752, 2022
Resistance to a bacterial parasite in the crustacean Daphnia magna shows Mendelian segregation with dominance
P Luijckx, H Fienberg, D Duneau, D Ebert
Heredity 108 (5), 547-551, 2012
The Red Queen lives: Epistasis between linked resistance loci
CMJA Metzger, P Luijckx, G Bento, M Mariadassou, D Ebert
Evolution 70 (2), 480-487, 2016
Predicting the thermal and allometric dependencies of disease transmission via the metabolic theory of ecology
D Kirk, P Luijckx, A Stanic, M Krkošek
The American Naturalist 193 (5), 661-676, 2019
Alternate patterns of temperature variation bring about very different disease outcomes at different mean temperatures
C Kunze, P Luijckx, AL Jackson, I Donohue
Elife 11, e72861, 2022
Experimental evidence of warming-induced disease emergence and its prediction by a trait-based mechanistic model
D Kirk, P Luijckx, N Jones, L Krichel, C Pencer, P Molnár, M Krkošek
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1936), 20201526, 2020
Cross-species infection trials reveal cryptic parasite varieties and a putative polymorphism shared among host species
P Luijckx, D Duneau, JP Andras, D Ebert
Evolution 68 (2), 577-586, 2014
Mutation accumulation in populations of varying size: large effect mutations cause most mutational decline in the rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus under UV‐C radiation
P Luijckx, EKH Ho, A Stanić, AF Agrawal
Journal of evolutionary biology 31 (6), 924-932, 2018
Four QTL underlie resistance to a microsporidian parasite that may drive genome evolution in its Daphnia host
D Keller, D Kirk, P Luijckx
bioRxiv, 847194, 2019
Increased virulence due to multiple infection in Daphnia leads to limited growth in 1 of 2 co-infecting microsporidian parasites
FE O'Keeffe, RC Pendleton, CV Holland, P Luijckx
Parasitology 151 (1), 58-67, 2024
Experimental evidence of size‐selective harvest and environmental stochasticity effects on population demography, fluctuations and non‐linearity
LA Rogers, Z Moore, A Daigle, P Luijckx, M Krkošek
Ecology Letters 26 (4), 586-596, 2023
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