William Driscoll

Assistant Professor of Biology

William Driscoll

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Suicide Allelopathy Cell Death Pseudomonas Altruism Population Toxicity Bacteria Sociobiology Biological Control Algal Bloom Life Cycle Hawks Organisms Cells Chlorophyta Microorganisms Yeast World Product Algal Blooms Diatom Ecosystems Bacillariophyceae Experiments

Most Recent Papers

Programmed cell death can increase the efficacy of microbial bet-hedging

Eric Libby, William W. Driscoll, William C. Ratcliff, 2018, Scientific reports

Cooperation and competition shape ecological resistance during periodic spatial disturbance of engineered bacteria

Cortney E. Wilson, Allison J. Lopatkin, Travis J.A. Craddock, William W. Driscoll, Omar Tonsi Eldakar, Jose V. Lopez, Robert P. Smith, 2017, Scientific reports on p. 440

Synergistic cooperation promotes multicellular performance and unicellular free-rider persistence

William W. Driscoll, Michael Travisano, 2017, Nature communications

Eco-evolutionary feedbacks between private and public goods

Will Driscoll, Jeremiah D. Hackett, Régis Ferrière, 2016, Ecology Letters on p. 81-97

Microbes are not bound by sociobiology

Paul B. Rainey, Nicolas Desprat, William W. Driscoll, Xue Xian Zhang, 2014, Evolution on p. 3344-3355

Cellular differentiation and individuality in the 'minor' multicellular taxa

Matthew D. Herron, Armin Rashidi, Deborah E. Shelton, William W. Driscoll, 2013, Biological Reviews on p. 844-861

Allelopathy as an emergent, exploitable public good in the bloom-forming microalga prymnesium parvum

William W. Driscoll, Noelle J. Espinosa, Omar T. Eldakar, Jeremiah D. Hackett, 2013, Evolution on p. 1582-1590

When hawks give rise to doves

Omar Tonsi Eldakar, Andrew C. Gallup, William Wallace Driscoll, 2013, Evolution on p. 1549-1560

Spontaneous gac mutants of pseudomonas biological control strains: Cheaters or mutualists?

William W. Driscoll, John W. Pepper, Leland S. Pierson, Elizabeth A. Pierson, 2011, Applied and environmental microbiology on p. 7227-7235

On the paradigm of altruistic suicide in the unicellular world

Aurora M. Nedelcu, William W. Driscoll, Pierre M. Durand, Matthew D. Herron, Armin Rashidi, 2011, Evolution on p. 3-20

Most-Cited Papers

On the paradigm of altruistic suicide in the unicellular world

Aurora M. Nedelcu, William W. Driscoll, Pierre M. Durand, Matthew D. Herron, Armin Rashidi, 2011, Evolution on p. 3-20

Cellular differentiation and individuality in the 'minor' multicellular taxa

Matthew D. Herron, Armin Rashidi, Deborah E. Shelton, William W. Driscoll, 2013, Biological Reviews on p. 844-861

Spontaneous gac mutants of pseudomonas biological control strains: Cheaters or mutualists?

William W. Driscoll, John W. Pepper, Leland S. Pierson, Elizabeth A. Pierson, 2011, Applied and environmental microbiology on p. 7227-7235

Allelopathy as an emergent, exploitable public good in the bloom-forming microalga prymnesium parvum

William W. Driscoll, Noelle J. Espinosa, Omar T. Eldakar, Jeremiah D. Hackett, 2013, Evolution on p. 1582-1590

Microbes are not bound by sociobiology

Paul B. Rainey, Nicolas Desprat, William W. Driscoll, Xue Xian Zhang, 2014, Evolution on p. 3344-3355

Eco-evolutionary feedbacks between private and public goods

Will Driscoll, Jeremiah D. Hackett, Régis Ferrière, 2016, Ecology Letters on p. 81-97

Synergistic cooperation promotes multicellular performance and unicellular free-rider persistence

William W. Driscoll, Michael Travisano, 2017, Nature communications

When hawks give rise to doves

Omar Tonsi Eldakar, Andrew C. Gallup, William Wallace Driscoll, 2013, Evolution on p. 1549-1560

Cooperation and competition shape ecological resistance during periodic spatial disturbance of engineered bacteria

Cortney E. Wilson, Allison J. Lopatkin, Travis J.A. Craddock, William W. Driscoll, Omar Tonsi Eldakar, Jose V. Lopez, Robert P. Smith, 2017, Scientific reports on p. 440

Programmed cell death can increase the efficacy of microbial bet-hedging

Eric Libby, William W. Driscoll, William C. Ratcliff, 2018, Scientific reports