Michael S. Barker, Ph.D.

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Plant evolutionary genomics
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R. James Hickey grad student 2001-2003 Miami University
Gerald J. Gastony grad student 2004-2009 Indiana University Bloomington
 (Paleopolyploidy and the evolution of plants.)
Loren H. Rieseberg grad student 2004-2009 Indiana University Bloomington
 (Paleopolyploidy and the evolution of plants.)
Sarah (Sally) P. Otto post-doc 2009-2010 UBC
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Goldberg JK, Olcerst A, McKibben M, et al. (2024) A de novo long-read genome assembly of the sacred datura plant (Datura wrightii) reveals a role of tandem gene duplications in the evolution of herbivore-defense response. Bmc Genomics. 25: 15
Mabry ME, Abrahams RS, Al-Shehbaz IA, et al. (2023) Complementing model species with model clades. The Plant Cell
Sessa EB, Masalia RR, Arrigo N, et al. (2023) GOgetter: A pipeline for summarizing and visualizing GO slim annotations for plant genetic data. Applications in Plant Sciences. 11: e11536
Blischak PD, Sajan M, Barker MS, et al. (2023) Demographic History Inference and the Polyploid Continuum. Genetics
McKibben MTW, Barker MS. (2023) Applying Machine Learning to Classify the Origins of Gene Duplications. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2545: 91-119
Marchant DB, Chen G, Cai S, et al. (2022) Dynamic genome evolution in a model fern. Nature Plants
Heckenhauer J, Frandsen PB, Sproul JS, et al. (2022) Genome size evolution in the diverse insect order Trichoptera. Gigascience. 11
Jarvis DE, Maughan PJ, DeTemple J, et al. (2022) Chromosome-scale genome assembly of Gilia yorkii enables genetic mapping of floral traits in an inter-species cross. Genome Biology and Evolution
Wickell D, Kuo LY, Yang HP, et al. (2021) Underwater CAM photosynthesis elucidated by Isoetes genome. Nature Communications. 12: 6348
Bayer PE, Scheben A, Golicz AA, et al. (2021) Modelling of gene loss propensity in the pangenomes of three Brassica species suggests different mechanisms between polyploids and diploids. Plant Biotechnology Journal
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