Jack Rayner
Jack Rayner
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Field cricket genome reveals the footprint of recent, abrupt adaptation in the wild
S Pascoal, JE Risse, X Zhang, M Blaxter, T Cezard, RJ Challis, K Gharbi, ...
Evolution letters 4 (1), 19-33, 2020
A silent orchestra: convergent song loss in Hawaiian crickets is repeated, morphologically varied, and widespread
J Rayner, S Aldridge, F Montealegre-Z, NW Bailey
Ecology, 2019
Release from intralocus sexual conflict? Evolved loss of a male sexual trait demasculinizes female gene expression
JG Rayner, S Pascoal, NW Bailey
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1901), 20190497, 2019
Rapid parallel adaptation despite gene flow in silent crickets
X Zhang, JG Rayner, M Blaxter, NW Bailey
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-15, 2021
Testing the role of same-sex sexual behaviour in the evolution of alternative male reproductive phenotypes
JG Rayner, NW Bailey
Animal Behaviour 157, 5-11, 2019
Silent crickets reveal the genomic footprint of recent adaptive trait loss
S Pascoal, JE Risse, X Zhang, M Blaxter, T Cezard, RJ Challis, K Gharbi, ...
bioRxiv, 489526, 2018
Can behaviour impede evolution? Persistence of singing effort after morphological song loss in crickets
JG Rayner, WT Schneider, NW Bailey
Biology letters 16 (6), 20190931, 2020
A neglected conceptual problem regarding phenotypic plasticity's role in adaptive evolution: The importance of genetic covariance and social drive
NW Bailey, C Desjonquères, A Drago, JG Rayner, SL Sturiale, X Zhang
Evolution Letters 5 (5), 444-457, 2021
Variable dosage compensation is associated with female consequences of an X-linked, male-beneficial mutation
JG Rayner, TJ Hitchcock, NW Bailey
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1947), 20210355, 2021
Evolutionary dynamics promoting and accompanying rapid adaptive trait loss
JG Rayner
University of St Andrews, 2020
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