Justyna Wolinska
Justyna Wolinska
IGB/FU Berlin
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Environment can alter selection in host–parasite interactions
J Wolinska, KC King
Trends in parasitology 25 (5), 236-244, 2009
3542009
Integrating chytrid fungal parasites into plankton ecology: research gaps and needs
T Frenken, E Alacid, SA Berger, EC Bourne, M Gerphagnon, HP Grossart, ...
Environmental microbiology 19 (10), 3802-3822, 2017
912017
THE COST OF BEING COMMON: EVIDENCE FROM NATURAL DAPHNIA POPULATIONS
J Wolinska, P Spaak
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (7), 1893-1901, 2009
882009
The coexistence of hybrid and parental Daphnia: the role of parasites
J Wolinska, K Bittner, D Ebert, P Spaak
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1596), 1977-1983, 2006
752006
Spatial, environmental and anthropogenic effects on the taxon composition of hybridizing Daphnia
B Keller, J Wolinska, M Manca, P Spaak
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
742008
Do microplastic particles affect Daphnia magna at the morphological, life history and molecular level?
HK Imhof, J Rusek, M Thiel, J Wolinska, C Laforsch
PloS one 12 (11), e0187590, 2017
722017
PREDATOR‐INDUCED DEFENSE MAKES DAPHNIA MORE VULNERABLE TO PARASITES
M Yin, C Laforsch, JN Lohr, J Wolinska
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 65 (5), 1482-1488, 2011
722011
Molecular Identification and Hidden Diversity of Novel Daphnia Parasites from European Lakes
J Wolinska, S Giessler, H Koerner
Applied and Environmental microbiology 75 (22), 7051-7059, 2009
682009
Reproductive isolation keeps hybridizing Daphnia species distinct
B Keller, J Wolinska, C Tellenbach, P Spaak
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (3), 984-991, 2007
562007
Prior residency does not always pay off–co-infections in Daphnia
JN Lohr, M Yin, J Wolinska
Parasitology 137 (10), 1493-1500, 2010
522010
Clonal diversity, clonal persistence and rapid taxon replacement in natural populations of species and hybrids of the Daphnia longispina complex
M Yin, J Wolinska, S GIEßLER
Molecular Ecology 19 (19), 4168-4178, 2010
492010
Parasite survey of a Daphnia hybrid complex: host-specificity and environment determine infection
J Wolinska, B Keller, M Manca, P Spaak
Journal of Animal Ecology, 191-200, 2007
472007
Parasites in hybridizing communities: the Red Queen again?
J Wolinska, CM Lively, P Spaak
Trends in parasitology 24 (3), 121-126, 2008
412008
Chytrid parasitism facilitates trophic transfer between bloom-forming cyanobacteria and zooplankton (Daphnia)
R Agha, M Saebelfeld, C Manthey, T Rohrlack, J Wolinska
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
372016
Hatching with the enemy: Daphnia diapausing eggs hatch in the presence of fish kairomones
S Lass, M Vos, J Wolinska, P Spaak
Chemoecology 15 (1), 7-12, 2005
372005
Do parasites lower Daphnia hybrid fitness?
J Wolinska, B Keller, K Bittner, S Lass, P Spaak
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (4part2), 1401-1407, 2004
362004
Spatial variation of Daphnia parasite load within individual water bodies
J Wolinska, J Seda, H Koerner, P Smilauer, A Petrusek
Journal of Plankton Research 33 (8), 1284-1294, 2011
342011
Diversity of the Daphnia longispina species complex in Chinese lakes: a DNA taxonomy approach
X Ma, A Petrusek, J Wolinska, S Gieβler, Y Zhong, Z Yang, W Hu, M Yin
Journal of Plankton Research 37 (1), 56-65, 2015
332015
A Daphnia Parasite (Caullerya mesnili) Constitutes a New Member of the Ichthyosporea, a Group of Protists near the Animal–Fungi Divergence
JN Lohr, C Laforsch, H Koerner, J Wolinska
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 57 (4), 328-336, 2010
332010
Taxon‐specific reaction norms to predator cues in a hybrid Daphnia complex
J Wolinska, A Loeffler, P Spaak
Freshwater Biology 52 (7), 1198-1209, 2007
332007
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