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2021. Dickel, Lisa, Arcese, Peter, Nietlisbach, Pirmin, Keller, Lukas, and Reid, Jane. Immigration into small recipient populations is expected to alleviate inbreeding and increase genetic variation, and hence facilitate population pe... Molecular Ecology. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of British Columbia, Illinois State University, University of Zurich, and University of Aberdeen.
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.
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.
2014. Mandic, Milica, Ramon, Marina L., Gracey, Andrew Y., and Richards, Jeffrey G. Transcriptionally mediated phenotypic plasticity as a mechanism of modifying traits in response to an environmental challenge remains an important ... Molecular Ecology. University of British Columbia, Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, and University of Southern California.
2021. Bouzid, Nassima, Archie, James, Anderson, Roger, Grummer, Jared, and Leaché, Adam. Divergence is often ephemeral, and populations that diverge in response to regional topographic and climatic factors may not remain reproductively ... Molecular Ecology. Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, California State University Long Beach, Western Washington University, University of British Columbia, and University of Washington.
2017. Ojeda Alayon, Dario I., Tsui, Clement K. M., Feau, Nicolas, Capron, Arnaud, Dhillon, Braham, Yiyuan, Zhang, Massoumi Alamouti, Sepideh, Boone, Celia K., Carroll, Allan L., Cooke, Janice E.K., Roe, Amanda D., Sperling, Felix A. H., Hamelin, Richard C., Cooke, Janice E. K., and Zhang, Yiyuan. Bark beetles form multipartite symbiotic associations with blue stain fungi (Ophiostomatales, Ascomycota). These fungal symbionts play an important... Molecular Ecology. University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, University of Northern British Columbia, Natural Resources Canada, and Université Laval.