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John H. Gillespie

Evolution and Ecology University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Theoretical Population Genetics
"John Gillespie"
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Richard (Dick) Hudson grad student UC Davis
David J Cutler grad student 1993-1999 UC Davis
Andrew D. Kern grad student 2000-2005 UC Davis
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Hahn MW, Mezey JG, Begun DJ, et al. (2005) Evolutionary genomics: codon bias and selection on single genomes. Nature. 433: E5-6; discussion E7-
Gillespie JH. (2001) Is the population size of a species relevant to its evolution? Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 55: 2161-9
Gillespie JH. (2000) The neutral theory in an infinite population. Gene. 261: 11-8
Gillespie JH. (2000) Genetic drift in an infinite population. The pseudohitchhiking model. Genetics. 155: 909-19
Gillespie JH. (1999) The role of population size in molecular evolution. Theoretical Population Biology. 55: 145-56
Gillespie JH. (1997) Junk ain't what junk does: neutral alleles in a selected context. Gene. 205: 291-9
Ohta T, Gillespie JH. (1996) Development of Neutral and Nearly Neutral Theories Theoretical Population Biology. 49: 128-42
Ohta T, Gillespie JH. (1996) Development of neutral nearly neutral theories Theoretical Population Biology. 49: 128-142
Gillespie JH. (1995) On Ohta's hypothesis: Most amino acid substitutions are deleterious Journal of Molecular Evolution. 40: 64-69
Gillespie JH. (1994) Substitution processes in molecular evolution. III. Deleterious alleles. Genetics. 138: 943-52
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