M.F. Camus, D.K. Dowling “Mitochondrial Genetic Effects On Reproductive Success: Signatures Of Positive Intra-Sexual, But Negative Inter-Sexual Pleiotropy”, BioRXiV, DOI: [Click Here]

Z. Lajbner, R. Pnini, M.F. Camus, J. Miller, D.K. Dowling “Experimental Evidence That Thermal Selection Shapes Mitochondrial Genome Evolution, BioRXiV, DIO: [Click Here]

J.N. Wolff, M.F. Camus, D.K. Dowling, B. Rogell “Mitochondrial genome variation affects the mutation rate of the nuclear genome in Drosophila melanogaster”, BioRXiV, DOI: [Click Here]

T. Connallon, M.F. Camus, E.H. Morrow, D.K. Dowling “Coadaptation of mitochondrial and nuclear genes, and the cost of mother’s curse”, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 285: 20172257.

M.F. Camus, K. Fowler, M.W.D. Piper, M. Reuter “Sex- and genotype-effects on nutrient-dependent fitness landscapes in Drosophila melanogaster“, Proceeding of the Royal Society B, 284, 20172237

M.F. Camus, J.N. Wolff, C.M. Sgrò, D.K. Dowling  “Experimental support that natural selection has shaped the latitudinal distribution of mitochondrial haplotypes in Australian Drosophila melanogaster“, Molecular Biology and Evolution, 34 (10), 2600-2612

E.H. Morrow, M.F. Camus “Mitonuclear epistasis and mitochondrial disease”, Mitochondrion, (35), 119-122

M. Reuter, M.F. Camus, M.S. Hill, F. Ruzicka and K. Fowler, “Evolving plastic responses to external and genetic environments”, Trends in Genetics, 33 (3), 169–170

J.N. Wolff, N. Pichaud, M.F. Camus, G. Côté, P.U. Blier ,D.K. Dowling, “Evolutionary Implications of Mitochondrial Genetic Variation: Mitochondrial Genetic Effects on OXPHOS Respiration and Mitochondrial Quantity Change with Age and Sex in Fruit Flies”, Journal of Evolutionary Biology (29), 736-747

J.N Wolff*, M.F Camus*, D.J. Clancy, D.K. Dowling, “Complete mitochondrial genome sequences of thirteen globally sourced strains of fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) that form a powerful model in mitochondrial research”,  Mitochondrial DNA 1-3

M.F. Camus, J.B.W. Wolf, E.H. Morrow, D.K. Dowling, “Single nucleotides in the mtDNA modify mitochondrial function and are associated with sex-specific effects on fertility and ageing” , Current Biology 25 (20), 2717-2722

M. F. Camus, D. J. Clancy, D. K. Dowling “Mitochondria, maternal inheritance, and male ageing.” Current Biology 22 (18), 1717-1721
* Comment by Steve Frank [click HERE]

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Some Media:

Time flies (and more so for males) – The Conversation
It’s in our genes: why women outlive men
Mitochondrial DNA mutations affect male and female fertility and ageing

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