Xav Harrison
Xav Harrison
Molecular and Statistical Ecologist, University of Exeter
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A brief introduction to mixed effects modelling and multi-model inference in ecology
XA Harrison, L Donaldson, ME Correa-Cano, J Evans, DN Fisher, ...
PeerJ 6, e4794, 2018
Using observation-level random effects to model overdispersion in count data in ecology and evolution
XA Harrison
PeerJ 2, e616, 2014
Carry‐over effects as drivers of fitness differences in animals
XA Harrison, JD Blount, R Inger, DR Norris, S Bearhop
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (1), 4-18, 2011
A comparison of observation-level random effect and Beta-Binomial models for modelling overdispersion in Binomial data in ecology & evolution
XA Harrison
PeerJ 3, e1114, 2015
Fifty important research questions in microbial ecology
RE Antwis, SM Griffiths, XA Harrison, P Aranega-Bou, A Arce, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 93 (5), fix044, 2017
Carry‐over effects reveal reproductive costs in a long‐distance migrant
R Inger, XA Harrison, GD Ruxton, J Newton, K Colhoun, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (5), 974-982, 2010
Amphibian chytridiomycosis outbreak dynamics are linked with host skin bacterial community structure
KA Bates, FC Clare, S O’Hanlon, J Bosch, L Brookes, K Hopkins, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 693, 2018
Using “omics” and integrated multi-omics approaches to guide probiotic selection to mitigate chytridiomycosis and other emerging infectious diseases
EA Rebollar, RE Antwis, MH Becker, LK Belden, MC Bletz, RM Brucker, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 68, 2016
Performance of proximity loggers in recording intra-and inter-species interactions: a laboratory and field-based validation study
JA Drewe, N Weber, SP Carter, S Bearhop, XA Harrison, SRX Dall, ...
PLoS One 7 (6), e39068, 2012
Amphibian symbiotic bacteria do not show a universal ability to inhibit growth of the global panzootic lineage of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
RE Antwis, RF Preziosi, XA Harrison, TWJ Garner
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81 (11), 3706-3711, 2015
Cultural inheritance drives site fidelity and migratory connectivity in a long‐distance migrant
XA Harrison, TOM Tregenza, R Inger, K Colhoun, DA Dawson, ...
Molecular Ecology 19 (24), 5484-5496, 2010
Perils and pitfalls of mixed-effects regression models in biology
MJ Silk, XA Harrison, DJ Hodgson
PeerJ 8, e9522, 2020
Genetic variability and ontogeny predict microbiome structure in a disease-challenged montane amphibian
SM Griffiths, XA Harrison, C Weldon, MD Wood, A Pretorius, K Hopkins, ...
The ISME Journal 12 (10), 2506-2517, 2018
Diversity-stability dynamics of the amphibian skin microbiome and susceptibility to a lethal viral pathogen
XA Harrison, SJ Price, K Hopkins, WTM Leung, C Sergeant, TWJ Garner
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 2883, 2019
Captivity and Infection by the Fungal Pathogen Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans Perturb the Amphibian Skin Microbiome
KA Bates, JMG Shelton, VL Mercier, KP Hopkins, XA Harrison, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 1834, 2019
Multiple post‐mating barriers to hybridization in field crickets
F Tyler, XA Harrison, A Bretman, T Veen, R Rodríguez‐Muñoz, ...
Molecular Ecology 22 (6), 1640-1649, 2013
Probiotic consortia are not uniformly effective against different amphibian chytrid pathogen isolates
RE Antwis, XA Harrison
Molecular Ecology 27 (2), 577-589, 2018
Heterozygosity–fitness correlations in a migratory bird: an analysis of inbreeding and single‐locus effects
XA Harrison, S Bearhop, R Inger, K Colhoun, GA Gudmundsson, ...
Molecular Ecology 20 (22), 4786-4795, 2011
Environmental Conditions During Breeding Modify The Strength of Mass-Dependent Carry-Over Effects in a Migratory Bird
XA Harrison, DJ Hodgson, I R, KC Colhoun, GA Gudmundsson, ...
PLOS One, (in press), 2013
Complete reproductive skew within white-browed sparrow weaver groups despite outbreeding opportunities for subordinates of both sexes
XA Harrison, JE York, DL Cram, MC Hares, AJ Young
Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, 2013
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