Mark Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.

Integrative Biology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
"Mark Kirkpatrick"


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Montgomery Slatkin grad student
Joseph Felsenstein grad student 1983
David Wake post-doc


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David Pfennig grad student UT Austin
Maria R. Servedio grad student UT Austin
Yuexin Jiang grad student 2008- UT Austin
Christopher C. Austin grad student 1995 UT Austin
Laura A. Higgins grad student 2003 UT Austin
Sarah B. Joseph grad student 2006 UT Austin
Richard Gomulkiewicz post-doc
David Hall post-doc University of Texas
Robin Hopkins post-doc
Stephan Peischl post-doc
Ophelie Ronce post-doc 1999-2000 UT Austin
Anne Duputie post-doc 2009-2010 UT Austin
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Sardell JM, Josephson MP, Dalziel AC, et al. (2021) Heterogeneous histories of recombination suppression on stickleback sex chromosomes. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Cheng C, Kirkpatrick M. (2021) Molecular evolution and the decline of purifying selection with age. Nature Communications. 12: 2657
Cortese VS, Kirkpatrick MA, Short TH, et al. (2020) Effect of serum total protein concentration on early-life health and growth of dairy calves. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 257: 80-86
Cheng C, Kirkpatrick M. (2020) The signal of sex-specific selection in humans is not an artefact: Reply to Mank et al. Molecular Ecology
Sardell JM, Kirkpatrick M. (2020) Sex Differences in the Recombination Landscape. The American Naturalist. 195: 361-379
Kirkpatrick M. (2019) Sex chromosomes manipulate mate choice. Nature. 570: 311-312
Dagilis AJ, Kirkpatrick M, Bolnick DI. (2019) The evolution of hybrid fitness during speciation. Plos Genetics. 15: e1008125
Toups MA, Rodrigues N, Perrin N, et al. (2018) A reciprocal translocation radically reshapes sex-linked inheritance in the common frog. Molecular Ecology
Dixon G, Kitano J, Kirkpatrick M. (2018) The origin of a new sex chromosome by introgression between two stickleback fishes. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Cheng C, Kirkpatrick M. (2018) Inversions are bigger on the X chromosome. Molecular Ecology
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