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2015. Ratcliffe, Blaise, El-Dien, Omnia Gamal, Klápště, Jaroslav, Porth, Ilga, Chen, Charles, Jaquish, Barry, and El-Kassaby, Yousry A. Genomic selection (GS) potentially offers an unparalleled advantage over traditional pedigree-based selection (TS) methods by reducing the time com... Heredity. University of British Columbia and Ministry of Forests Lands and Natural Resource Operations.
2016. Vines, Timothy H., Dalziel, Anne C., Albert, Arianne, Veen, Thor, Schulte, Patricia Marita, Schluter, Dolph, Schulte, Patricia M., and Albert, Arianne Y. K. Strong ecological selection on a genetic locus can maintain allele frequency differences between populations in different environments, even in the... Evolution. University of British Columbia, Saint Mary's University, The University of Texas at Austin, and Women's Health Research Institute.
2015. Yeaman, Sam, Hodgins, Kathryn A., Suren, Haktan, Nurkowski, Kristin A., Holliday, Jason A., Rieseberg, Loren H., and Aitken, Sally N. Species respond to environmental stress through a combination of genetic adaptation and phenotypic plasticity, both of which may be important for s... New Phytologist. University of British Columbia, Monash University, and Virginia Tech.
2018. Tseng, Michelle, Kaur, Katrina M., Pari, Sina Soleimani, Sarai, Karnjit, Chan, Denessa, Yao, Christine H., Porto, Paula, Toor, Anmol, Toor, Harpawantaj S., Fograscher, Katrina, and Soleimani Pari, Sina. 1. Body size is a fundamental ecological trait and is correlated with population dynamics, community structure and function, and ecosystem fluxes. ... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of British Columbia.