Kay Lucek

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Marques DA, Lucek K, Sousa VC, et al. (2019) Admixture between old lineages facilitated contemporary ecological speciation in Lake Constance stickleback. Nature Communications. 10: 4240
Rieder JM, Vonlanthen P, Seehausen O, et al. (2019) Allopatric and sympatric diversification within roach (Rutilus rutilus) of large prealpine lakes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Ishikawa A, Kabeya N, Ikeya K, et al. (2019) A key metabolic gene for recurrent freshwater colonization and radiation in fishes. Science (New York, N.Y.). 364: 886-889
Lucek K, Keller I, Nolte AW, et al. (2018) Distinct colonization waves underlie the diversification of the freshwater sculpin (Cottus gobio) in the Central European Alpine region. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Hudson AG, Lundsgaard-Hansen B, Lucek K, et al. (2017) Managing cryptic biodiversity: Fine-scale intralacustrine speciation along a benthic gradient in Alpine whitefish (Coregonus spp.). Evolutionary Applications. 10: 251-266
Lucek K, Kristjánsson BK, Skúlason S, et al. (2016) Ecosystem size matters: the dimensionality of intralacustrine diversification in Icelandic stickleback is predicted by lake size. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 5256-72
Marques DA, Lucek K, Haesler MP, et al. (2016) Genomic landscape of early ecological speciation initiated by selection on nuptial color. Molecular Ecology
Marques DA, Lucek K, Meier JI, et al. (2016) Genomics of Rapid Incipient Speciation in Sympatric Threespine Stickleback. Plos Genetics. 12: e1005887
Lemoine M, Lucek K, Perrier C, et al. (2016) Low but contrasting neutral genetic differentiation shaped by winter temperature in European great tits Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
Roy D, Lucek K, Walter RP, et al. (2015) Hybrid 'superswarm' leads to rapid divergence and establishment of populations during a biological invasion. Molecular Ecology. 24: 5394-411
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