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Richard Gerald Harrison, PhD

1977-1986 Biology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
 1986-2016 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Evolutionary biology
"Richard Gerald Harrison"

(1945 - 2016)

Cross-listing: Evolution Tree


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Paul Mead Doty research assistant 1966 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
Gustav Edward Lienhard research assistant 1967 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
Susan Lowey research assistant 1969-1972 Harvard Medical School (Chemistry Tree)
Peter F. Brussard grad student 1977 Cornell
 (Patterns of variation and genetic differentiation in closely related species: the field crickets of eastern North America.)
Ronald R. Hoy post-doc 1977 Cornell (Neurotree)


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Gerald J. Wyckoff research assistant 1992-1994 Ag. and Life Sciences (FlyTree)
Floyd A. Reed research assistant 1996-1996 (FlyTree)
Matthew J. Iacchei research assistant 2002-2002 Cornell
Kerry Geiler-Samerotte research assistant 2000-2004 Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Timothy Collins grad student Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Petra Deane grad student Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Richard K. Grosberg grad student Yale
Daniel J. Howard grad student NMSU
Laura A. Katz grad student Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Nathan R. Lovejoy grad student Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Rob Roy Ramey grad student Cornell (Evolution Tree)
David M. Rand grad student Cornell
Nelson D. Young grad student Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Stepfanie M. Aguillon grad student 2014- Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Andrew V. Z. Brower grad student 1987-1993 (Cell Biology Tree)
Benjamin B. Normark grad student 1995 Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Christopher S. Willett grad student 1999 Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Charles L. Ross grad student 2000 Cornell
Leila T. Hatch grad student 2004 Cornell
Erik B. Dopman grad student 2005 Cornell
Sean P. Mullen grad student 2006 Cornell
Luana S. Maroja grad student 2008 Cornell
Maureen E. Carter grad student 2009 Cornell
James R. Walters grad student 2009 Cornell
Marie L. Nydam grad student 2010 Cornell
Erica L. Larson grad student 2006-2013 Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Ruth A. Hufbauer post-doc 1999-2000 Cornell (Chemistry Tree)
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D'Aloia CC, Andrés JA, Bogdanowicz SM, et al. (2020) Unraveling hierarchical genetic structure in a marine metapopulation: A comparison of three high-throughput genotyping approaches. Molecular Ecology
Kozak GM, Wadsworth CB, Kahne SC, et al. (2019) Genomic Basis of Circannual Rhythm in the European Corn Borer Moth. Current Biology : Cb
McKaye KR, Kocher T, Reinthal P, et al. (2019) GENETIC EVIDENCE FOR ALLOPATRIC AND SYMPATRIC DIFFERENTIATION AMONG COLOR MORPHS OF A LAKE MALAWI CICHLID FISH. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 38: 215-219
Aguillon SM, Campagna L, Harrison RG, et al. (2018) A flicker of hope: Genomic data distinguish Northern Flicker taxa despite low levels of divergence The Auk. 135: 748-766
Finseth FR, Harrison RG. (2017) Genes Integral to the Reproductive Function of Male Reproductive Tissues Drive Heterogeneity in Evolutionary Rates in Japanese Quail. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
Lencer ES, Warren WC, Harrison R, et al. (2017) The Cyprinodon variegatus genome reveals gene expression changes underlying differences in skull morphology among closely related species. Bmc Genomics. 18: 424
Kozak GM, Wadsworth CB, Kahne SC, et al. (2017) A combination of sexual and ecological divergence contributes to rearrangement spread during initial stages of speciation. Molecular Ecology
Harrison RG, Larson EL. (2016) Heterogeneous genome divergence, differential introgression, and the origin and structure of hybrid zones. Molecular Ecology
D’Aloia CC, Bogdanowicz SM, Harrison RG, et al. (2016) Cryptic genetic diversity and spatial patterns of admixture within Belizean marine reserves Conservation Genetics. 18: 211-223
D'Aloia CC, Bogdanowicz SM, Francis RK, et al. (2015) Patterns, causes, and consequences of marine larval dispersal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 13940-5
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