Kanchon Dasmahapatra, MRes

University of York, York, England, United Kingdom 
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Page E, Queste LM, Rosser N, et al. (2024) Pervasive mimicry in flight behavior among aposematic butterflies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 121: e2300886121
White LJ, Russell AJ, Pizzey AR, et al. (2023) The Presence of Two Genes in a Subset of Acanthopterygii Fish Is Associated with a Polyserine Insert in MyoD1. Journal of Developmental Biology. 11
Cama B, Ehlers S, Szczerbowski D, et al. (2022) Exploitation of an ancestral pheromone biosynthetic pathway contributes to diversification in butterflies. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 289: 20220474
Rosser N, Edelman NB, Queste LM, et al. (2021) Complex basis of hybrid female sterility and Haldane's rule in Heliconius butterflies: Z-linkage and epistasis. Molecular Ecology
Minter M, Dasmahapatra KK, Thomas CD, et al. (2020) Past, current, and potential future distributions of unique genetic diversity in a cold-adapted mountain butterfly. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 11155-11168
Morris J, Hanly JJ, Martin SH, et al. (2020) Deep Convergence, Shared Ancestry and Evolutionary Novelty in the Genetic Architecture of Mimicry. Genetics
Edelman NB, Frandsen PB, Miyagi M, et al. (2019) Genomic architecture and introgression shape a butterfly radiation. Science (New York, N.Y.). 366: 594-599
Rosser N, Queste LM, Cama B, et al. (2019) Geographic contrasts between pre- and postzygotic barriers are consistent with reinforcement in Heliconius butterflies. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Morris J, Navarro N, Rastas P, et al. (2019) The genetic architecture of adaptation: convergence and pleiotropy in Heliconius wing pattern evolution. Heredity
Humble E, Dasmahapatra KK, Martinez-Barrio A, et al. (2018) RAD Sequencing and a Hybrid Antarctic Fur Seal Genome Assembly Reveal Rapidly Decaying Linkage Disequilibrium, Global Population Structure and Evidence for Inbreeding. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
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