Maurine Neiman, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biology University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
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http://www.biology.uiowa.edu/neiman/
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Neiman M, Sharbrough J. (2023) A tale of two genomes: What drives mitonuclear discordance in asexual lineages of a freshwater snail? Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. e2200234
Sharbrough J, Bankers L, Cook E, et al. (2023) Single-molecule sequencing of an animal mitochondrial genome reveals chloroplast-like architecture and repeat-mediated recombination. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Bates KA, Higgins C, Neiman M, et al. (2022) Turning the tide on sex and the microbiota in aquatic animals. Hydrobiologia. 850: 3823-3835
Stork S, Jalinsky J, Neiman M. (2022) Evidence for stronger discrimination between conspecific and heterospecific mating partners in sexual . asexual female freshwater snails. Peerj. 10: e14470
McElroy KE, Müller S, Lamatsch D, et al. (2021) Asexuality associated with marked genomic expansion of tandemly repeated rRNA and histone genes. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Bankers L, Dahan D, Neiman M, et al. (2021) Invasive freshwater snails form novel microbial relationships. Evolutionary Applications. 14: 770-780
Donne C, Neiman M, Woodell JD, et al. (2020) A layover in Europe: reconstructing the invasion route of asexual lineages of a New Zealand snail to North America. Molecular Ecology
Greimann ES, Ward SF, Woodell JD, et al. (2020) Phenotypic variation in mitochondria-related performance traits across New Zealand snail populations. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Jalinsky J, Logsdon JM, Neiman M. (2020) Male phenotypes in a female framework: Evidence for degeneration in sperm produced by male snails from asexual lineages. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Meirmans S, Butlin RK, Charmantier A, et al. (2019) Science policies: How should science funding be allocated? An evolutionary biologists' perspective. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
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