Kelly A. Dyer

University of Georgia, Athens, Athens, GA, United States 
Evolutionary Genetics
"Kelly Dyer"
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Jerry Coyne research assistant Chicago
John Jaenike grad student 2005 Rochester
 (Population genetics of sex ratio distortion systems in Drosophila.)
Brian Charlesworth post-doc Edinburgh


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Erin M Giglio research assistant 2010-2012 University of Georgia (Neurotree)
Cheryl Pinzone grad student 2009- University of Georgia
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Jarvis WMC, Arthur NJ, Rundle HD, et al. (2023) An experimental test of the evolutionary consequences of sympatry in Drosophila subquinaria. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Kapun M, Nunez JCB, Bogaerts-Márquez M, et al. (2021) Drosophila Evolution over Space and Time (DEST) - A New Population Genomics Resource. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Dyer KA, Hall DW. (2019) Fitness consequences of a non-recombining drive chromosome can explain its prevalence in the wild. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20192529
Ginsberg PS, Humphreys DP, Dyer KA. (2019) Ongoing hybridization obscures phylogenetic relationships in the Drosophila subquinaria species complex. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Pieper KE, Unckless RL, Dyer KA. (2018) A fast-evolving X-linked duplicate of importin-α2 is overexpressed in sex-ratio drive in Drosophila neotestacea. Molecular Ecology
Scott Chialvo CH, White BE, Reed LK, et al. (2018) A phylogenetic examination of host use evolution in the quinaria and testacea groups of Drosophila. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Dyer KA, Bewick ER, White BE, et al. (2018) Fine-scale geographic patterns of gene flow and reproductive character displacement in drosophila subquinaria and d. recens. Molecular Ecology
Humphreys DP, Rundle HD, Dyer KA. (2016) Patterns of reproductive isolation in thecomplex: can reinforced premating isolation cascade to other species? Current Zoology. 62: 183-191
Pieper KE, Dyer KA. (2016) Occasional recombination of a selfish X-chromosome may permit its persistence at high frequencies in the wild. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Lindholm AK, Dyer KA, Firman RC, et al. (2016) The Ecology and Evolutionary Dynamics of Meiotic Drive. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
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