Catherine R. Linnen, PhD

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Catherine Linnen"


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Hopi E. Hoekstra post-doc 2007-2011 Harvard
 (Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky)
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Harris RB, Irwin K, Jones MR, et al. (2019) The population genetics of crypsis in vertebrates: recent insights from mice, hares, and lizards. Heredity
Pfeifer SP, Laurent S, Sousa VC, et al. (2018) The evolutionary history of Nebraska deer mice: local adaptation in the face of strong gene flow. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Glastad KM, Arsenault SV, Vertacnik KL, et al. (2017) Variation in DNA Methylation Is Not Consistently Reflected by Sociality in Hymenoptera. Genome Biology and Evolution. 9: 1687-1698
Vertacnik KL, Linnen CR. (2017) Evolutionary genetics of host shifts in herbivorous insects: insights from the age of genomics. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1389: 186-212
Bendall EE, Vertacnik KL, Linnen CR. (2017) Oviposition traits generate extrinsic postzygotic isolation between two pine sawfly species. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 17: 26
Harper KE, Bagley RK, Thompson KL, et al. (2016) Complementary sex determination, inbreeding depression and inbreeding avoidance in a gregarious sawfly. Heredity
Mallarino R, Linden TA, Linnen CR, et al. (2016) The role of isoforms in the evolution of cryptic coloration in Peromyscus mice. Molecular Ecology
Patten MM, Carioscia SA, Linnen CR. (2015) Biased introgression of mitochondrial and nuclear genes: a comparison of diploid and haplodiploid systems. Molecular Ecology. 24: 5200-10
Brady CM, Asplen MK, Desneux N, et al. (2014) Worldwide populations of the aphid Aphis craccivora are infected with diverse facultative bacterial symbionts. Microbial Ecology. 67: 195-204
Linnen CR, Poh YP, Peterson BK, et al. (2013) Adaptive evolution of multiple traits through multiple mutations at a single gene. Science (New York, N.Y.). 339: 1312-6
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