Norman Johnson

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Nature, Irvine, CA, United States 
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Bruce Grant research assistant William and Mary (FlyTree)
Chung-I Wu grad student 1986-1991 Rochester (FlyTree)
Michael J. Wade post-doc 1992-1994 Chicago
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Johnson NA, Lachance J. (2012) The genetics of sex chromosomes: evolution and implications for hybrid incompatibility. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1256: E1-22
Wade MJ, Johnson NA, Toquenaga Y. (1999) TEMPERATURE EFFECTS AND GENOTYPE-BY-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS IN HYBRIDS: HALDANE'S RULE IN FLOUR BEETLES. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 53: 855-865
Wade MJ, Johnson NA, Toquenaga Y. (1999) Temperature effects and genotype-by-environment interactions in hybrids: Haldane's rule in flour beetles Evolution. 53: 855-865
Wade MJ, Johnson NA, Jones R, et al. (1997) Genetic variation segregating in natural populations of Tribolium castaneum affecting traits observed in hybrids with T. freemani. Genetics. 147: 1235-47
Wu CI, Johnson N, Palopoli M. (1996) Reply from C-I. Wu, N.a. Johnson and m.f. Palopoli. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 11: 508
Wu CI, Johnson NA, Palopoli MF. (1996) Haldane's rule and its legacy: Why are there so many sterile males? Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 11: 281-4
Wu CI, Johnson NA. (1996) Evolutionary biology. Endless forms, several powers. Nature. 382: 298-9
Johnson NA, Wade MJ. (1996) Genetic covariances within and between species: Indirect selection for hybrid inviability Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 9: 205-214
Johnson NA, Wade MJ. (1995) Conditions for soft selection favoring the evolution of hybrid inviability. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 176: 493-9
Wade MJ, Patterson H, Chang NW, et al. (1994) Postcopulatory, prezygotic isolation in flour beetles. Heredity. 72: 163-7
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