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2016. Grealy, Alicia C., McDowell, Matthew C., Scofield, Paul, Murray, Dáithí C., Fusco, Diana A., Haile, James, Prideaux, Gavin J., and Bunce, Michael. When pooled for extraction as a bulk sample, the DNA within morphologically unidentifiable fossil bones can, using next-generation sequencing, yiel... Quaternary Science Reviews. Curtin University, Murdoch University, Flinders University, and Canterbury Museum.
2017. Montano, Valeria, van Dongen, Wouter F.D., Weston, Micheal A., Mulder, Raoul A., Robinson, Randall W., Cowling, Mary, Guay, Patrick-Jean, and Weston, Michael A. Movement of species beyond their indigenous distribution can fundamentally alter the conservation status of the populations involved. If introducti... Evolutionary Applications. University of St Andrews, Victoria University, Deakin University, and University of Melbourne.
2019. Fernandes, Milena B., van Gils, Jos, Erftemeijer, Paul L. A., Daly, Rob, Gonzalez, Dennis, and Rouse, Karen. 1. Seagrass decline is often related to eutrophication, with sudden and drastic losses attributed to tipping points in nutrient loads. The identifi... Journal of Applied Ecology. Flinders University, SA Water Adelaide South Australia Australia*, University of Western Australia, and Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.
2014. Gottula, John W., Lewis, Ramsey, Saito, Seiya, and Fuchs, Marc. Background: The relationship between allopolyploidy and plant virus resistance is poorly understood. To determine the relationship of plant evoluti... BMC Evolutionary Biology. Cornell University, North Carolina State University, and Kearney Agricultural Research Center, University of California, Parlier, USA*.
2019. Matthews, Genevieve, Goulet, Celine T., Delhey, Kaspar, Atkins, Zak S., While, Geoffrey M., Gardner, Michael G., and Chapple, David G. 1) Phenotypic variation provides the framework for natural selection to work upon, enabling adaptive evolution. One of the most discernible manifes... Journal of Animal Ecology. Monash University, La Trobe University, University of Tasmania, Flinders University, and South Australian Museum.