James Cook
James Cook
Professor, Hawkesbury Institute of the Environment
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Mutualists with attitude: coevolving fig wasps and figs
JM Cook, JY Rasplus
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 18 (5), 241-248, 2003
Sex determination in the Hymenoptera: a review of models and evidence
JM Cook
Heredity 71 (4), 421-435, 1993
Sex determination and population biology in the Hymenoptera
JM Cook, RH Crozier
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 10 (7), 281-286, 1995
An extreme case of plant–insect codiversification: figs and fig-pollinating wasps
A Cruaud, N Rřnsted, B Chantarasuwan, LS Chou, WL Clement, ...
Systematic Biology 61 (6), 1029-1047, 2012
The structure of cynipid oak galls: patterns in the evolution of an extended phenotype
GN Stone, JM Cook
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
Retroviral diversity and distribution in vertebrates
E Herniou, J Martin, K Miller, J Cook, M Wilkinson, M Tristem
Journal of virology 72 (7), 5955-5966, 1998
Wolbachia in two insect host–parasitoid communities
SA West, JM Cook, JH Werren, HCJ Godfray
Molecular ecology 7 (11), 1457-1465, 1998
60 million years of co-divergence in the fig–wasp symbiosis
N Rřnsted, GD Weiblen, JM Cook, N Salamin, CA Machado, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1581), 2593-2599, 2005
Host niches and defensive extended phenotypes structure parasitoid wasp communities
R Bailey, K Schönrogge, JM Cook, G Melika, G Csóka, C Thuróczy, ...
PLoS biology 7 (8), e1000179, 2009
Extreme host plant conservatism during at least 20 million years of host plant pursuit by oak gallwasps
GN Stone, A Hernandez-Lopez, JA Nicholls, E Di Pierro, J Pujade-Villar, ...
Evolution 63 (4), 854-869, 2009
Evolutionary shifts between host oak sections and host‐plant organs in Andricus gallwasps
JM Cook, A Rokas, M Pagel, GN Stone
Evolution 56 (9), 1821-1830, 2002
Speciation in fig wasps
JM Cook, ST Segar
Ecological Entomology 35, 54-66, 2010
Evolutionary dynamics of host‐plant use in a genus of leaf‐mining moths
C Lopez‐Vaamonde, HCJ Godfray, JM Cook
Evolution 57 (8), 1804-1821, 2003
Interclass transmission and phyletic host tracking in murine leukemia virus-related retroviruses
J Martin, E Herniou, J Cook, RW O’Neill, M Tristem
Journal of virology 73 (3), 2442-2449, 1999
13• Fig-associated wasps: pollinators and parasites, sex-ratio adjustment and male polymorphism, population structure and its consequences
EA Herre, SA West, JM Cook, SG Compton, F Kjellberg
The evolution of mating systems in insects and arachnids, 226, 1997
Molecular phylogenies of fig wasps: partial cocladogenesis of pollinators and parasites
C Lopez-Vaamonde, JY Rasplus, GD Weiblen, JM Cook
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 21 (1), 55-71, 2001
Alternative mating tactics and extreme male dimorphism in fig wasps
JM Cook, SG Compton, EA Herre, SA West
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
Deep mtDNA divergences indicate cryptic species in a fig-pollinating wasp
ER Haine, J Martin, JM Cook
BMC Evolutionary Biology 6, 1-11, 2006
Fossil‐calibrated molecular phylogenies reveal that leaf‐mining moths radiated millions of years after their host plants
C Lopez‐vaamonde, N Wikström, C Labandeira, HCJ Godfray, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 19 (4), 1314-1326, 2006
Lifecycle closure, lineage sorting, and hybridization revealed in a phylogenetic analysis of European oak gallwasps (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae: Cynipini) using mitochondrial …
A Rokas, G Melika, Y Abe, JL Nieves-Aldrey, JM Cook, GN Stone
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 26 (1), 36-45, 2003
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