Richard Ian Bailey, Ph.D.


Post-doc (Supervisor: Radka Reifová)

Contact Information

Division of Animal Evolutionary Biology, Department of Zoology
Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague
Viničná 7, 128 44 Praha, Czech Republic
Room No.: 225
Phone: 00420–22195 1852
E-mail: baileyr[a]

Research Interests

Genomic architecture of reproductive isolation; Adaptation, evolvability and constraints in admixed populations; Community and food web evolution

Selected Publications

Bailey RI, Tesaker MR, Trier CN, Saetre GP (2015): Strong selection on male plumage in a hybrid zone between a hybrid bird species and one of its parents. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 1257–1269.
Trier CN, Hermansen JS, Saetre GP, Bailey RI (2014): Evidence for Mito-Nuclear and Sex-Linked Reproductive Barriers between the Hybrid Italian Sparrow and its Parent Species. PLoS Genetics. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1004075.
Bailey RI, Eroukhmanoff F, Saetre GP (2013): Hybridization and genome evolution II: Mechanisms of species divergence and their effects on evolution in hybrids. Current Zoology 59 (5): 675-685.
Yguel B, Bailey RI, Tosh D, Vialatte A, Vasseur C, Vitrac X, Jean F, Prinzing A (2011): Phytophagy on phylogenetically isolated trees: why hosts should escape their relatives. Ecology Letters 14: 1117-1124.
Qvarnström A, Bailey RI (2009): Speciation through evolution of sex-linked genes. Heredity 102: 4-15.
Bailey RI, Schönrogge K, Cook JM, Melika G, Csóka G, Thuroczy C, Stone GN (2009): Host niches and defensive extended phenotypes structure parasitoid wasp communities. PLoS Biology 7(8): e1000179. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1000179.
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