2016 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
His primary areas of study are Evolutionary biology, Ecology, Temperature-dependent sex determination, Genetics and Zoology. James J. Bull has researched Evolutionary biology in several fields, including Phylogenetics, Selection and Phylogenetic tree. His Phylogenetics research includes themes of Repeatability and Statistics.
His studies in Phylogenetic tree integrate themes in fields like Taxon and Biological evolution. The various areas that he examines in his Ecology study include Natural selection, Cline and Mechanism. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental sex determination, Hormone, Internal medicine, Sex Determination Analysis and Sexual differentiation in addition to Temperature-dependent sex determination.
James J. Bull mainly investigates Genetics, Evolutionary biology, Bacteriophage, Zoology and Adaptation. James J. Bull combines subjects such as Mechanism, Phylogenetics, Selection and Phylogenetic tree with his study of Evolutionary biology. His research on Phylogenetic tree often connects related areas such as Taxon.
His studies deal with areas such as Virus, Virology, Host and Microbiology as well as Bacteriophage. His work deals with themes such as Temperature-dependent sex determination, Environmental sex determination, Sex ratio and Ecology, which intersect with Zoology. The Temperature-dependent sex determination study combines topics in areas such as Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Sex Determination Analysis and Sexual differentiation.
James J. Bull focuses on Bacteriophage, Computational biology, Gene drive, Gene and Virology. His Bacteriophage study incorporates themes from Chronic infection, Virus, Microbiology and Bacteria. His Computational biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Phenotype, Transcription, Mutant and Genetically engineered.
While the research belongs to areas of Gene drive, James J. Bull spends his time largely on the problem of Vector, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Evolutionary biology, Disease and Population structure. His Gene study is concerned with Genetics in general. Many of his research projects under Genetics are closely connected to Ultraviolet light with Ultraviolet light, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Phage therapy, Bacteria, Microbiology, Bacteriophage and Virology. His Phage therapy research is included under the broader classification of Genetics. His research in Bacteria intersects with topics in Bacterial virus, Antibiotics and In vivo.
His In vivo course of study focuses on Bacterial capsule and Escherichia coli and In vitro. He interconnects Mutation rate, Experimental evolution and Biofilm in the investigation of issues within Bacteriophage. His Virology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Acquired immune system and Viral evolution.
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An Empirical Test of Bootstrapping as a Method for Assessing Confidence in Phylogenetic Analysis
Systematic Biology (1993)
Evolution of sex determining mechanisms
James J. Bull.
Partitioning and combining data in phylogenetic analysis
Systematic Biology (1993)
The evolution of cooperation.
The Quarterly Review of Biology (2004)
Combining data in phylogenetic analysis
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (1996)
Sex Determination in Reptiles
J. J. Bull.
The Quarterly Review of Biology (1980)
When is sex environmentally determined
Why be an hermaphrodite
Population and evolutionary dynamics of phage therapy.
Bruce R. Levin;James J. Bull.
Nature Reviews Microbiology (2004)
Distinguishing mechanisms for the evolution of co-operation
Journal of Theoretical Biology (1991)
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