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Goehlich, H., Roth, O. and Wendling, C. C. (2019) Filamentous phages reduce bacterial growth in low salinities Royal Society Open Science, 6 (12). Art.Nr. 191669. DOI 10.1098/rsos.191669.

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Wendling, C. C., Göhlich, H. and Roth, O. (2018) The structure of temperate phage–bacteria infection networks changes with the phylogenetic distance of the host bacteria Biology Letters, 14 (11). p. 20180320. DOI 10.1098/rsbl.2018.0320.

Conference presentation


Goehlich, H., Roth, O. and Wendling, C. C. (2019) Temperate phages go viral at reduced salinity levels [Talk] In: 3. Evol Ecol PhD meeting 2019, 14.-16.03.2019, Bayreuth, Germany.


Goehlich, H., Sartoris, L., Wagner, K. S., Wendling, C. C. and Roth, O. (2019) The role of genetic adaptation and phenotypic plasticity in response to changing salinity [Talk] In: Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, 19.-24.08.2019, Turku, Finland.


Goehlich, H., Sartoris, L., Wagner, K. S., Wendling, C. C. and Roth, O. (2019) The role of genetic adaptation and phenotypic plasticity in response to changing salinity [Talk] In: PostDocMa Conference - EV GEOMAR, 19.-24.11.2019, Kiel, Germany.

Conference poster


Wendling, C. C., Goehlich, H., Lange, J., Pandiaraj, P., Liesegang, H., Roth, O. and Brockhurst, M. (2019) The life-style of filamentous phages determines their extinction risk during bacteria-phage co-evolution [Poster] In: Microbial Population Biology, Gordon Research Conference, 07.-12.07.2019, Andover, NH, USA.

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