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2018. Irwin, Darren E., Milá, Borja, Toews, David P. L., Brelsford, Alan, Kenyon, Haley L., Porter, Alison N., Grossen, Christine, Delmore, Kira E., Alcaide, Miguel, and Irwin, Jessica H. Detailed evaluations of genomic variation between sister species often reveal distinct chromosomal regions of high relative differentiation (i.e., ... Molecular Ecology. University of British Columbia, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Cornell University, University of California System, Queen's University, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, and Simon Fraser University.
2019. Murray, Maureen H., Sanchez, Cecilia A., Becker, Daniel J., Byers, Kaylee A., Worsley-Tonks, Katherine E. L., and Craft, Meggan E. Urban development can alter resource availability, land use, and community composition, in turn influencing wildlife health. Generalizable relation... 1540-9295. Lincoln Park Zoo, University of Georgia, Indiana University Bloomington, University of British Columbia, and University of Minnesota.
2016. Brar, Simren, Tsui, Clement K. M., Dhillon, Braham, Bergeron, Marie-Josée, Joly, David L., Zambino, P. J., El-Kassaby, Yousry A., and Hamelin, Richard C. White pine blister rust is caused by the fungal pathogen Cronartium ribicola J.C. Fisch (Basidiomycota, Pucciniales). This invasive alien pathogen ... PLOS ONE. University of British Columbia, Canadian Forest Service, Université de Moncton, and United States Department of Agriculture.
2014. Cheng, Ellen, Hodges, Karen E., Melo-Ferreira, José, Alves, Paulo C., and Mills, L. Scott. With climate warming, the ranges of many boreal species are expected to shift northward and to fragment in southern peripheral ranges. To understan... Molecular Ecology. University of Montana, University of British Columbia, University of Porto, and North Carolina State University.
2016. Yeaman, Sam, Hodgins, Kathryn A., Lotterhos, Katie E., Suren, Haktan, Nadeau, Simon, Nurkowski, Kristin A., Smets, Pia, Wang, Tongli, Gray, Laura K., Liepe, Katharina J., Hamann, Andreas, Holliday, Jason A., Whitlock, Michael C., Rieseberg, Loren H., and Aitken, Sally N. When confronted with an adaptive challenge, such as extreme temperature, closely related species frequently evolve similar phenotypes using the sam... Science. University of Calgary, Monash University, Northeastern University, Virginia Tech, University of British Columbia, and University of Alberta.
2018. Reid, Brendan N., Kass, Jamie M., Wollney, Seth, Jensen, Evelyn L., Russello, Michael A., Viola, Ella M., Pantophlet, Jenna, Iverson, John B., Peery, Marcus Z., Raxworthy, Christopher J., and Naro-Maciel, Eugenia. In wide-ranging taxa with historically dynamic ranges, past allopatric isolation and range expansion can both influence the current structure of ge... Heredity. Michigan State University, Queens College, CUNY, University of British Columbia, City University of New York, Earlham College, University of Wisconsin-Madison, American Museum of Natural History, and New York University.
2019. Bock, Dan G., Kantar, Michael B., Caseys, Celine, Matthey-Doret, Remi, and Rieseberg, Loren H. Invasion success of species introduced to novel environments may be facilitated by adaptive evolution and by phenotypic plasticity. Here we investi... Nature Ecology & Evolution. University of British Columbia.