Publications

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  1. Slade, EM, L Kirwan, T Bell, C Philipson, OT Lewis, & T Roslin. In press. The importance of species identity and interactions on multifunctionality depends on how ecosystem functions are valued. Ecology. Link
  2. Sahai, E, C Swanton, & Marshall Symposium. 2017. Evolution and cancer medicine – transformative insights. Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology 14: 709-710.
  3. Jones, ML, J Ramoneda, DW Rivett, & T Bell. In press. Biotic resistance and propagule pressure determine invasion success in bacterial communities. Ecology. Link
  4. Brophy, C, Á Dooley, L Kirwan, JA Finn, J McDonnell, T Bell, MW Cadotte, J Connolly. In press. Making sense of numerous species interactions in multi-species communities. Ecology Link
  5. Bell, T, and JT Tylianakis. 2016. Microbes in the Anthropocene: spillover of agriculturally-selected bacteria and their impact on natural ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 283: 20160896. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2016.0896 Link
  6. Lehmann K T Bell, MJ Bowes, GC Amos, WH Gaze, EM Wellington, AC Singer. 2016. Trace levels of sewage effluent are sufficient to increase class 1 integron prevalence in freshwater biofilms without changing the core community. Water Research 106:163-170. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2016.09.035 Link
  7. Rivett, DW, T Scheuerl, CT Culbert, SB Mombrikotb, E Johnstone, TG Barraclough,  T Bell. 2016. Resource-dependent attenuation of species interactions during bacterial succession. The ISME Journal. Link
  8. Dupont, AÖC, RI Griffiths, T Bell, and D. Bass. In press. Differences in soil micro-eukaryotic communities over soil pH gradients are strongly driven by parasites and saprotrophs. Environmental Microbiology. Link
  9. Bass, D, T Bell. In press. Protist systematics, ecology and next generation sequencing. In: DJ Gower (ed) Next generation systematics. Cambridge University Press.
  10. Fisher, R, T Bell, S West. In press. Multicellular group formation in response to predators in the algae Chlorella vulgaris. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Link
  11. Lawrence, D, T Bell, T Barraclough. 2016. The effect of immigration on the adaptation of microbial communities to warming. American Naturalist 187: 236-248. Link
  12. Lehmann, K, A Singer, M Bowes, N Ings, D Field, T Bell. 2015. 16S rRNA assessment of the influence of shading on early-successional biofilms in experimental streams. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 91: Link
  13. Petri-Friman, V, A Dupont, D Bass, D Murrell, T Bell. 2015. The relative importance of evolutionary dynamics depends on the composition of microbial predator-prey community. The ISME Journal. Link
  14. Slade, EM, T Roslin, M Santalahti, T Bell. 2015. Disentangling the ‘brown world’ faecal-detritus interaction web: dung beetle effects on soil microbial properties. Oikos, doi: 10.1111/oik.02640. Link
  15. Fiegna, F,  T Scheuerl, A Moreno-Letelier, T Bell, T Barraclough. 2015. Saturating effects of species diversity on life-history evolution in bacteria. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 282: 20151794. pdf
  16. Thompson MSA, C Bankier, T Bell, AJ Dumbrell, C Gray, ME Ledger, K Lehmann, BA McKew, CD Sayer, F Shelley, M Trimmer, SL Warren, G Woodward. 2015. Gene-to-ecosystem impacts of a catastrophic pesticide spill: testing a multilevel bioassessment approach in a river ecosystem. Freshwater biology. doi:10.1111/fwb.12676. Link
  17. Guzman, V-P Friman, DC Reuman, T Bell. 2015. Bacterial adaptation to sublethal antibiotic gradients can change the ecological properties of multitrophic microbial communities. Proceeding of the Royal Society B. 282: 20142920.  Link
  18. Mehrabi, Z, T Bell, OT Lewis. 2015. Plant-soil feedbacks from 30-year family-specific soil cultures: phylogeny, soil chemistry and plant life stage. Ecology and Evolution 5: 2333-2339. pdf
  19. Samani, P, E Low-Decarie, K Mckelvey, T Bell, A Burt, V Koufopanou, CR Landry, G Bell. 2015. Metabolic variation in natural populations of wild yeast. Ecology and Evolution, 5:722-732 10.1002/ece3.1376. pdf
  20. F Fiegna, A Moreno-Latterlier, T Bell, T Barraclough. 2015. Evolution of species interactions determines microbial community productivity in new environments. ISME Journal. 9: 1235-1245. pdf F1000
  21. Connolly J, T Bell, T Bolger, C Brophy, T Carnus, JA Finn, L Kirwan, F Isbell, J Levine, A Lüscher, V Picasso, C Roscher, MT Sebastia, M Suter, A Weigelt. 2013 An improved model to predict the effects of changing biodiversity levels on ecosystem function. Journal of Ecology 101: 344-355. pdf
  22. Poisot T, Bell T, Martinez E, Gougat-Barbera C, Hochberg ME (2012) Terminal investment induced by a bacteriophage in a rhizosphere bacterium  [v1; ref status: approved 0, approved with reservations 1, not approved 0] F1000 Research 1:20 (doi: 10.3410/f1000research.1-20.v1). Link
  23. Gravel, D, T Bell, C Barbera, T Bouvier, T Pommier, P Venail, and N Mouquet. 2012. Phylogenetic constraints on ecosystem functioning. Nature Communications 3: 1117, doi: 10.1038/ncomms2123. Link
  24. Foster, K, and T Bell. 2012. Competition, not cooperation, dominates interactions among culturable microbial species. Current Biology 22: 1845-1850. pdf
  25. Lawrence D, Fiegna F, Behrends V, Bundy JG, Phillimore AB, T Bell, and T Barraclough. 2012. Species interactions alter evolutionary responses to a novel environment. PLoS Biology 10: e1001330. Link  F1000
  26. Barrett*, L, T Bell*, G Dwyer, and J Bergelson. 2011. Cheating, trade-offs and the evolution of aggressiveness in a natural pathogen population. Ecology Letters. 14: 1149-1157. *joint first author. Link
  27. Poroyko, V, M Morowitz, T Bell, A Ulanov, M Wang, S Donovan, N Bao, S Gu, L Hong, JC Alverdy, J Bergelson, DC Liu. 2011. Diet creates metabolic niches in the “immature gut” that shape microbial communities. Nutricion Hospitalaria 26: 1283-1295. pdf
  28. Griffiths, R, B Thompson, P Taylor, T Bell, M Bailey, and A Whiteley. 2011. Bacterial biogeography of British soils. Environmental Microbiology 13: 1642-1654. pdf  F1000
  29. A Hector, T Bell, Y Hautier, F Isbell, M Kéry, P Reich, J van Ruijven, and B Schmid. 2011. BUGS in the analysis of biodiversity experiments: Species richness and composition are of similar importance for grassland productivity. PLoS ONE 6: e17434. pdf
    • COMMENT. Connolly J, Y Hautier Y, T Bell, F Isbell F, A Hector. 2011. Comment on original PLoS ONE article: BUGS in the Analysis of Biodiversity Experiments: Species Richness and Are of Similar Importance for Grassland Productivity. pdf
  30. Gravel, D, T Bell, C Barbera, T Bouvier, T Pommier, P Venail, and N Mouquet. 2011. Experimental niche evolution shapes the diversity-productivity relationship. Nature 469: 89-92. Link
  31. Bell, T. 2010. Experimental tests of the bacterial distance decay relationship. The ISME Journal. 4: 1357-1365. pdf
  32. Glucksman, E, T Bell, RI Griffiths, D Bass. 2010. Closely related protist strains have different grazing impacts on natural bacterial communities. Environmental Microbiology 12: 3105-3113. Link
  33. Bell, T., M Bonsall, A Buckling, A Whiteley, RI Griffiths. 2010. Protists have divergent effects on bacterial diversity along a productivity gradient. 2010. Biology Letters 6: 639-642. pdf
  34. Bell, T., A. K. Lilley, A. Hector, B. Schmid, L. King, and J. A. Newman. 2009. A linear model method for biodiversity-ecosystem functioning experiments. American Naturalist. 174: 836-849. Link
  35. Srivastava, D. and Bell. 2009. Reducing horizontal and vertical diversity in a food web triggers extinctions and impacts functions. Ecology Letters 12: 1016-1028. Link
  36. Bell, T, MO Gessner, RI Griffiths, J McLaren, PJ Morin, M van der Heijden, W van der Putten. 2009. Microbial biodiversity and ecosystem functioning under controlled conditions and in the wild. In: Naeem, S., D. Bunker, A. Hector, M. Loreau, and C. Perrins (eds). Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and human wellbeing. Oxford University Press, p. 121-133
  37. Hector, A, T Bell, J Connolly, J Finn, J Fox, L Kirwan, M Loreau, J McLaren, B Schmid, A Weigelt. 2009. The analysis of biodiversity experiments: from pattern toward mechanism. In: Naeem, S., D. Bunker, A. Hector, M. Loreau, and C. Perrins (eds). Biodiversity, ecsosystem functioning, and human wellbeing. Oxford University Press, p. 94-104.
  38. Bell, T. Ecology of microbial populations. In: Levin, SA (chief ed). Princeton Guide to Ecology. Princeton University Press, p. 239-246. Link
  39. Stephen Woodcock, S, CJ van der Gast, T Bell, M Lunn, TP Curtis, IM Head, WT Sloan. 2007, Neutral assembly of bacterial communities. FEMS Microbial Ecology. 62: 171-180. pdf  F1000
  40. Singer, AC, T Bell, C Heywood, JAC Smith, IP Thompson. 2007. Phytoremediation of mixed-contaminated soil using Alyssum lesbiacum: Evidence of histidine as a measure of phytoextractable nickel. Environmental Pollution. 147: 74-82 Link
  41. Brockhurst, MA, ME Hochberg, T Bell, A Buckling. 2006. Character displacement can favour cooperation. Current Biology 16: 2030-2034. Link  F1000
  42. Bell, T., R.P. Freckleton, and O.T. Lewis. 2006. Plant pathogens drive density-dependent seedling mortality in a tropical tree. Ecology Letters 9: 569-574. Link
  43. Bell, T, JA Newman, AK Lilley, and C van der Gast. 2005. Bacteria and island biogeography [Response]. Science 309: 1997-1998. Link
  44. Bell, T, JA Newman, BS Silverman, SL Turner, and AK Lilley.2005. The contribution of species richness and composition to bacterial services. Nature 436: 1157-1160. Link  F1000
  45. Bell, T, D Ager, J-I Song, JA Newman, IP Thompson, AK Lilley, van der Gast, C. 2005. Larger islands house more diverse bacterial communities. Science 308: 1884. Link F1000
  46. Bell, T, WE Neill, and D Schluter. 2003. The effect of temporal scale on the outcome of trophic cascade experiments. Oecologia 134: 578-586. Link
  47. Bell, T. 2002. The ecological consequences of unpalatable prey: Phyoplankton response to nutrient and predator manipulations. Oikos 99: 59-68. pdf
  48. Bell, T, and J. Kalff. 2001. The contribution of picophytoplankton in marine and freshwater systems of different trophic status and depth. Limnology and Oceanography 46: 1243-1248. pdf
  49. Bell, T, and DL Kramer. 2000. Territoriality and habitat use by juvenile blue tangs, Acanthurus coeruleus. Environmental Biology of Fishes 58: 401-409. Link
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