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1. A spatial genomic approach identifies time lags and historic barriers to gene flow in a rapidly fragmenting Appalachian landscape
2020. Maigret, Thomas, Cox, John, and Weisrock, David. The resolution offered by genomic data sets coupled with recently developed spatially informed analyses are allowing researchers to quantify popula... Molecular Ecology. University of Kentucky.
2. A test of island biogeographic theory applied to estimates of gene flow in a Fijian bird is largely consistent with neutral expectations
2019. Gyllenhaal, Ethan, Mapel, Xena, Naikatini, Alivereti, Moyle, Robert, and Andersen, Michael. Islands were key to the development of allopatric speciation theory because they are a natural laboratory of repeated barriers to gene flow caused ... Molecular Ecology. University of New Mexico, University of the South Pacific, and University of Kansas.
3. A test of the riverine barrier hypothesis in the largest subtropical river basin in the neotropics
2019. Campagna, Leonardo, Kopuchian, Cecilia, Lijtmaer, Darío A., Cabanne, Gustavo S., García, Natalia C., Lavinia, Pablo D., Tubaro, Pablo L., Lovette, Irby, and Di Giacomo, Adrián S. The riverine barrier hypothesis proposes that large rivers represent geographic barriers to gene flow for terrestrial organisms, leading to populat... Molecular Ecology. Cornell University, National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Bernardino Rivadavia Natural Sciences Museum, and National University of the Littoral.
4. Accounting for environmental variation in co‐occurrence modelling reveals the importance of positive interactions in root‐associated fungal communities
2020. Abrego, Nerea, Roslin, Tomas, Huotari, Tea, Tack, Ayco J.M., Lindahl, Bj?rn D., Tikhonov, Gleb, Somervuo, Panu, Schmidt, Niels Martin, Ovaskainen, Otso, and Tack, Ayco J. M. Understanding the role of interspecific interactions in shaping ecological communities is one of the central goals in community ecology. In fungal ... Molecular Ecology. University of Helsinki, Stockholm Environment Institute, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Computer Science Department, Roskilde University, and Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences Stockholm University Stockholm Sweden*.
2020. Pederson, Stephen and Schwensow, Nina. Since its introduction to control overabundant alien rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus), the highly virulent Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV) ... Molecular Ecology. University of Adelaide and University of Ulm.
2020. Kaur, Rupinder, Kaur, Rupinder, Martinez, Julien, Rota-Stabelli, Omar, Jiggins, Frank, and Miller, Wolfgang. The bacterial symbiont Wolbachia can protect insects against viral pathogens, and the varying levels of antiviral protection are correlated with th... Molecular Ecology. Department of Biological Sciences, Vanderbilt University, University of Glasgow, Fondazione Edmund Mach, University of Cambridge, and Medical University of Vienna.
7. Among‐family variation in survival and gene expression uncovers adaptive genetic variation in a threatened fish
2019. Harder, Avril M., Willoughby, Janna R., Ardren, William R., and Christie, Mark R. Variation in among‐family transcriptional responses to different environmental conditions can help to identify adaptive genetic variation, even pri... Molecular Ecology. Purdue University West Lafayette and United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
8. An explicit test of Pleistocene survival in peripheral versus nunatak refugia in two high mountain plant species
2019. Pan, Da, Willner, Wolfgang, Hülber, Karl, and Schneeweiss, Gerald M. Pleistocene climate fluctuations had profound influence on the biogeographic history of many biota. As large areas in higher latitudes and high mou... Molecular Ecology. University of Vienna.
9. Ancient and modern colonization of North America by hemlock woolly adelgid, Adelges tsugae (Hemiptera: Adelgidae), an invasive insect from East Asia
2016. Havill, Nathan P., Shiyake, Shigehiko, Lamb Galloway, Ashley, Foottit, Robert G., Yu, Guoyue, Paradis, Annnie, Elkinton, Joseph, Montgomery, Michael E., Sano, Masakazu, Caccone, Adalgisa, and Paradis, Annie. Hemlock woolly adelgid, Adelges tsugae, is an invasive pest of hemlock trees (Tsuga) in eastern North America. We used 14 microsatellites and mitoc... Molecular Ecology. United States Department of Agriculture, Osaka Museum of Natural History, Virginia Tech, Northern Research Station, Hokkaido University, Yale University, and University of Massachusetts Amherst.
10. Are you what you eat? A highly transient and prey-influenced gut microbiome in the grey house spider Badumna longinqua
2019. Krehenwinkel, Henrik, Tsau, Sophia, Kennedy, Susan, Gillespie, Rosemary, and Krehenwinkel, Henrik. Stable core microbial communities have been described in numerous animal species and are commonly associated with fitness benefits for their hosts.... Molecular Ecology. University of Trier and University of California Berkeley.