Kate Madeleine Detwiler

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, United States 
primate hybridization
"Kate Detwiler"


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Clifford J. Jolly grad student 2010 NYU (Anthropology Tree)
 (Natural hybridization between Cercopithecus mitis x C. ascanius in Gombe National Park, Tanzania.)
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Tapanes E, Detwiler KM, Cords M. (2016) Bat Predation by Cercopithecus Monkeys: Implications for Zoonotic Disease Transmission. Ecohealth
Tosi AJ, Detwiler KM. (2016) The efficacy of sex-chromosomal markers in studies of Cercopithecus hybridization: Discovery of a captive hybrid and applications in wild populations. Zoo Biology
Hart JA, Detwiler KM, Gilbert CC, et al. (2012) Lesula: a new species of Cercopithecus monkey endemic to the Democratic Republic of Congo and implications for conservation of Congo's central basin. Plos One. 7: e44271
Tosi AJ, Detwiler KM, Clifford SL. (2006) X-chromosomal synapomorphies provide a non-invasive test for introgression among Cercopithecus monkeys Conservation Genetics. 7: 803-805
Tosi AJ, Detwiler KM, Disotell TR. (2005) X-chromosomal window into the evolutionary history of the guenons (Primates: Cercopithecini). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 36: 58-66
Tosi AJ, Detwiler KM, Disotell TR. (2005) Y-chromosomal markers suitable for noninvasive studies of guenon hybridization International Journal of Primatology. 26: 685-696
Detwiler KM, Burrell AS, Jolly CJ. (2005) Conservation implications of hybridization in African cercopithecine monkeys International Journal of Primatology. 26: 661-684
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