William Amos, PhD

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"William Amos"
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Amos W. (2021) Correlated and geographically predictable Neanderthal and Denisovan legacies are difficult to reconcile with a simple model based on inter-breeding. Royal Society Open Science. 8: 201229
Nichols HJ, Arbuckle K, Fullard K, et al. (2020) Why don’t long-finned pilot whales have a widespread postreproductive lifespan? Insights from genetic data Behavioral Ecology. 31: 508-518
Amos W, Nichols HJ, Churchyard T, et al. (2016) Rat eradication comes within a whisker! A case study of a failed project from the South Pacific. Royal Society Open Science. 3: 160110
Amos W. (2016) Heterozygosity increases microsatellite mutation rate. Biology Letters. 12
Amos W, Kosanović D, Eriksson A. (2015) Inter-allelic interactions play a major role in microsatellite evolution. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
Klimova A, Phillips CD, Fietz K, et al. (2014) Global population structure and demographic history of the grey seal. Molecular Ecology. 23: 3999-4017
Nichols HJ, Fullard K, Amos W. (2014) Costly sons do not lead to adaptive sex ratio adjustment in pilot whales, globicephala melas Animal Behaviour. 88: 203-209
Raj SM, Pagani L, Gallego Romero I, et al. (2013) A general linear model-based approach for inferring selection to climate Bmc Genetics. 14
Boerner M, Hoffman JI, Amos W, et al. (2013) No correlation between multi-locus heterozygosity and fitness in the common buzzard despite heterozygote advantage for plumage colour. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 26: 2233-43
Amos W. (2013) Variation in Heterozygosity Predicts Variation in Human Substitution Rates between Populations, Individuals and Genomic Regions Plos One. 8
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