Joana Isabel Meier

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University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
speciation, adaptive radiation, evolutionary genomics
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Montejo-Kovacevich G, Meier JI, Bacquet CN, et al. (2022) Repeated genetic adaptation to altitude in two tropical butterflies. Nature Communications. 13: 4676
Fark SN, Gerber S, Alonzo SH, et al. (2022) Multispecies colour polymorphisms associated with contrasting microhabitats in two Mediterranean wrasse radiations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Feller AF, Ogi V, Seehausen O, et al. (2021) Identification of a novel sex determining chromosome in cichlid fishes that acts as XY or ZW in different lineages. Hydrobiologia. 848: 3727-3745
Yen EC, McCarthy SA, Galarza JA, et al. (2021) Correction to: A haplotype-resolved, de novo genome assembly for the wood tiger moth (Arctia plantaginis) through trio binning. Gigascience. 10
Montejo-Kovacevich G, Salazar PA, Smith SH, et al. (2021) Genomics of altitude-associated wing shape in two tropical butterflies. Molecular Ecology
Meier JI, Salazar PA, Kučka M, et al. (2021) Haplotype tagging reveals parallel formation of hybrid races in two butterfly species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Butlin RK, Servedio MR, Smadja CM, et al. (2021) Homage to Felsenstein 1981, or why are there so few/many species? Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Carleton KL, Conte MA, Malinsky M, et al. (2020) Movement of transposable elements contributes to cichlid diversity. Molecular Ecology
McGee MD, Borstein SR, Meier JI, et al. (2020) The ecological and genomic basis of explosive adaptive radiation. Nature
Yen EC, McCarthy SA, Galarza JA, et al. (2020) A haplotype-resolved, de novo genome assembly for the wood tiger moth (Arctia plantaginis) through trio binning. Gigascience. 9
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