World Microbiome Day

A collection of Nature Ecology & Evolution articles on microbiomes, including this year's specific focus on antibiotic resistance.
World Microbiome Day

The microbiome beyond the horizon of ecological and evolutionary theory

Assessing evolutionary risks of resistance for new antimicrobial therapies

Adaptive modulation of antibiotic resistance through intragenomic coevolution

Coordinated change at the colony level in fruit bat fur microbiomes through time (plus News & Views)

Community richness of amphibian skin bacteria correlates with bioclimate at the global scale (plus News & Views)

Compensatory mutations improve general permissiveness to antibiotic resistance plasmids

Function and functional redundancy in microbial systems

Range-expansion effects on the belowground plant microbiome

A macroecological theory of microbial biodiversity

Multicopy plasmids potentiate the evolution of antibiotic resistance in bacteria

Palaeoclimate explains a unique proportion of the global variation in soil bacterial communities

High taxonomic variability despite stable functional structure across microbial communities (plus News & Views)

Identifying and exploiting genes that potentiate the evolution of antibiotic resistance

Drug-mediated metabolic tipping between antibiotic resistant states in a mixed-species community (plus News & Views)

A submarine volcanic eruption leads to a novel microbial habitat (plus News & Views)

Within-host dynamics shape antibiotic resistance in commensal bacteria (plus News & Views)

Diverse modes of eco-evolutionary dynamics in communities of antibiotic-producing microorganisms

Gene exchange drives the ecological success of a multi-host bacterial pathogen

Hologenomic adaptations underlying the evolution of sanguivory in the common vampire bat

Climate warming reduces gut microbiota diversity in a vertebrate ectotherm

The unconstrained evolution of fast and efficient antibiotic-resistant bacterial genomes (plus News & Views)

Positive selection inhibits gene mobilization and transfer in soil bacterial communities

Competition along trajectories governs adaptation rates towards antimicrobial resistance

Multicopy plasmids allow bacteria to escape from fitness trade-offs during evolutionary innovation

Frequency-dependent selection in vaccine-associated pneumococcal population dynamics

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