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Taylor, T. 2020. Little Letters: an introduction to genetics. Kindle Direct Publishing Platform.

Wass, A., Butler, G., Taylor, T. B., Dash, P. R. and Johnson, L. J. 2020. Cancer cell lines show high heritability for motility but not generation time. Royal Society Open Science, 7(4):191645

Horton, J. and Taylor, T. B. 2019. Why humans (or something very similar) may have been destined to walk the Earth, 6 Jun 2019, The Conversation.

Koskella, B. and Taylor, T. B. 2018. Multifaceted impacts of bacteriophages in the plant microbiome. Annual review of phytopathology, 56, 361-380.

Rodrigues, A. M. M., and Taylor, T. B. 2018. Ecological and demographic correlates of cooperation from individual to budding dispersal. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31 (7), 1058-1070

Taylor, T. B., Wass, A. V., Johnson, L. J. and Dash, P. R. 2017. Resource competition promotes tumour expansion in experimentally evolved cancer. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 17 (1), 268

Taylor, T., 2016. DNA, RNA, protein; Mendelian genetics; Population genetics; Epigenetics; Genomics and other ‘omics; Bill Hamilton; and, Cancer. In: Battey, N. and Fellowes, M., eds. 30-Second Biology. Lewes, U. K.: Ivy Press, 36-47 & 84.

Taylor, T. B., Mulley, G., McGuffin, L. J., Johnson, L. J., Brockhurst, M. A., Arseneault, T., Silby, M. W. and Jackson, R. W. 2015. Evolutionary rewiring of bacterial regulatory networks. Microbial Cell Factories, 2 (7), 256-258.

Koskella, B. and Taylor, T. B., 2015. The potential role of bacteriophages in shaping plant-bacterial interactions. In: Murillo, J., Vinatzer, B. A., Jackson, R. W. and Arnold, D. L., eds. Bacteria-Plant Interactions. Poole. U. K.: Caister Academic Press, pp. 199-220.

Taylor, T. B., Mulley, G., Dills, A. H., Alsohim, A. S., McGuffin, L. J., Studholme, D. J., Silby, M. W., Brockhurst, M. A., Johnson, L. J. and Jackson, R. W. 2015. Evolutionary resurrection of flagellar motility via rewiring of the nitrogen regulation system. Science, 347 (6225), 1014-1017.

Alsohim, A. S., Taylor, T. B., Barrett, G. A., Gallie, J., Zhang, X.-X., Altamirano-Junqueira, A. E., Johnson, L. J., Rainey, P. B. and Jackson, R. W. 2014. The biosurfactant viscosin produced by Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 aids spreading motility and plant growth promotion. Environmental Microbiology, 16 (7), 2267-2281.

Taylor, T. 2014. Great Adaptations.In collaboration with the Evolution Institute, US. Self Published.

Taylor, T. and Buckling, A. 2013. Bacterial motility confers fitness advantage in the presence of phages.Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26 (10), 2154-2160.

Taylor, T. B., Johnson, L. J., Jackson, R. W., Brockhurst, M. A. and Dash, P. R. 2013. First steps in experimental cancer evolution. Evolutionary Applications, 6 (3), 535-548.

de Bruin, E. C., Taylor, T. B. and Swanton, C. 2013. Intra-tumor heterogeneity: lessons from microbial evolution and clinical implications. Genome Medicine, 5 (11), 5.

Taylor, T. B., Rodrigues, A. M. M., Gardner, A. and Buckling, A. 2013. The social evolution of dispersal with public goods cooperation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26 (12), 2644-2653.

Taylor, T. 2012. Little Changes. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Taylor, T. B. and Buckling, A. 2011. Selection experiments reveal trade-offs between swimming and twitching motilities in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Evolution, 65 (11), 3060-3069.

Koskella, B., Taylor, T. B., Bates, J. and Buckling, A. 2011. Using experimental evolution to explore natural patterns between bacterial motility and resistance to bacteriophages. ISME Journal, 5 (11), 1809-1817.

Taylor, T. and Buckling, A. 2010. Competition and Dispersal in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The American Naturalist, 176 (1), 83-89.

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