Jeffrey M Good

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Division of Biological Sciences University of Montana, Missoula, MT 
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Michael Nachman grad student Univ. Montana
Jack Sullivan grad student 1999-2002 University of Idaho (MathTree)

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Thomas D Brekke grad student 2010-2016 Univ. Montana
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Roycroft E, Achmadi A, Callahan CM, et al. (2021) Molecular Evolution of Ecological Specialisation: Genomic Insights from the Diversification of Murine Rodents. Genome Biology and Evolution
Brekke TD, Moore EC, Campbell-Staton SC, et al. (2021) X chromosome-dependent disruption of placental regulatory networks in hybrid dwarf hamsters. Genetics
Sarver BAJ, Herrera ND, Sneddon D, et al. (2021) Diversification, Introgression, and Rampant Cytonuclear Discordance in Rocky Mountains Chipmunks (Sciuridae: Tamias). Systematic Biology
Ferreira MS, Jones MR, Callahan CM, et al. (2020) The Legacy of Recurrent Introgression during the Radiation of Hares. Systematic Biology
Ferreira MS, Alves PC, Callahan CM, et al. (2020) Transcriptomic regulation of seasonal coat color change in hares. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 1180-1192
Marques JP, Seixas FA, Farelo L, et al. (2019) An annotated draft genome of the mountain hare (Lepus timidus). Genome Biology and Evolution
Harris RB, Irwin K, Jones MR, et al. (2019) The population genetics of crypsis in vertebrates: recent insights from mice, hares, and lizards. Heredity
Bi K, Linderoth T, Singhal S, et al. (2019) Temporal genomic contrasts reveal rapid evolutionary responses in an alpine mammal during recent climate change. Plos Genetics. 15: e1008119
Phifer-Rixey M, Bi K, Ferris KG, et al. (2018) The genomic basis of environmental adaptation in house mice. Plos Genetics. 14: e1007672
Jones MR, Mills LS, Alves PC, et al. (2018) Adaptive introgression underlies polymorphic seasonal camouflage in snowshoe hares. Science (New York, N.Y.). 360: 1355-1358
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