Ricardo Kanitz

Affiliations: 
Syngenta Crop Protection 
Area:
Population Genetics, Resistance Evolution, Evolutionary Modelling
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Kanitz R, Guillot EG, Antoniazza S, et al. (2018) Complex genetic patterns in human arise from a simple range-expansion model over continental landmasses. Plos One. 13: e0192460
Antoniazza S, Kanitz R, Neuenschwander S, et al. (2014) Natural selection in a postglacial range expansion: the case of the colour cline in the European barn owl. Molecular Ecology. 23: 5508-23
Milinkovitch MC, Kanitz R, Tiedemann R, et al. (2013) Recovery of a nearly extinct Galápagos tortoise despite minimal genetic variation. Evolutionary Applications. 6: 377-83
Milinkovitch MC, Kanitz R, Tiedemann R, et al. (2013) Recovery of a nearly extinct Galápagos tortoise despite minimal genetic variation. Evolutionary Applications. 6: 377-83
Kanitz R, Trillmich F, Bonatto SL. (2009) Characterization of new microsatellite loci for the South-American rodents Cavia aperea and C. magna Conservation Genetics Resources. 1: 47-50
Fagundes NJ, Kanitz R, Bonatto SL. (2008) A reevaluation of the Native American mtDNA genome diversity and its bearing on the models of early colonization of Beringia. Plos One. 3: e3157
Fagundes NJ, Kanitz R, Eckert R, et al. (2008) Mitochondrial population genomics supports a single pre-Clovis origin with a coastal route for the peopling of the Americas. American Journal of Human Genetics. 82: 583-92
Fagundes NJ, Kanitz R, Eckert R, et al. (2008) Mitochondrial population genomics supports a single pre-Clovis origin with a coastal route for the peopling of the Americas. American Journal of Human Genetics. 82: 583-92
Fagundes NJ, Kanitz R, Bonatto S. (2008) Reply to Ho and Endicott The American Journal of Human Genetics. 83: 146-147
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