Journal Article (274)

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    Dahlke, R. I.; Fraas, S.; Ullrich, K. K.; Heinemann, K.; Romeiks, M.; Rickmeyer, T.; Klebe, G.; Palme, K.; Lüthen, H.; Steffens, B.: Protoplast swelling and hypocotyl growth depend on different auxin signaling pathways. Plant Physiology 175 (2), pp. 982 - 994 (2017)
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    Dennenmoser, S.; Vamosi, S. M.; Nolte, A. W.; Rogers, S. M.: Adaptive genomic divergence under high gene flow between freshwater and brackish-water ecotypes of prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) revealed by Pool-Seq. Molecular Ecology 26, pp. 25 - 42 (2017)
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    Hiss, M.; Meyberg, R.; Westermann, J.; Haas, F. B.; Schneider, L.; Schallenberg-R€udinger, M.; Ullrich, K. K.; Rensing, S. A.: Sexual reproduction, sporophyte development and molecularvariation in the model moss Physcomitrella patens: introducing the ecotype Reute. The Plant Journal 90 (3), pp. 606 - 620 (2017)
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    Mohamed, A. H.; Ali, A. M.; Harbach, R. E.; Reeves, R. G.; Ibrahim, K. M.; AhmedMohmed, M. A.; Azrag, R. S.: Aedes mosquitoes in the Republic of the Sudan, with dichotomous keys for the adult and larval stages. Journal of Natural History 51 (9-10), pp. 513 - 529 (2017)
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    Reeves, R. G.; Phillipson, M.: Mass releases of genetically modified insects in area-wide pest control programs and their impact on organic farmers. Sustainability 9 (1) (2017)
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    Szövényi, P.; Ullrich, K. K.; Rensing, S. A.; Lang, D.; van Gessel, N.; Stenøien, H. K.; Conti, E.; Reski, R.: Selfing in haploid plants and efficacy of selection: codon usage bias in the model moss Physcomitrella patens. Genome Biology and Evolution (2017)
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    Czypionka, T.; Reeves, G.; Vanhamel, M.; De Meester, L.: Assessing hatching rates and the timing of hatching from plankton resting stages—an accurate and cost effective high throughput approach. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 14 (11), pp. 718 - 724 (2016)
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    Degl'Innocenti, A.; Parrilla, M.; Harr, B.; Teschke, M.: The mouse solitary odorant receptor gene promoters as models for the study of odorant receptor gene choice. PloS One (2016)
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    Dutheil, J. Y.; Mannhaupt, G.; Schweizer, G.; Sieber, C. M.; Münsterkötter, M.; Güldener, U.; Schirawski, J.; Kahmann, R.: A tale of genome compartmentalization: the evolution of virulence clusters in smut fungi. Genome biology and evolution (2016)
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    Hanschen, E. R.; Marriage, T. N.; Ferris, P. J.; Hamaji, T.; Toyoda, A.; Fujiyama, A.; Neme, R.; Noguchi, H.; Minakuchi, Y.; Suzuki, M. et al.; Kawai-Toyooka, H.; Smith, D. R.; Sparks, H.; Anderson, J.; Bakaric, R.; Luria, V.; Karger, A.; Kirschner, M. W.; Durand, P. M.; Michod, R. E.; Nozaki, H.; Olson, B. J. S. C.: The Gonium pectorale genome demonstrates co-option of cell cycle regulation during the evolution of multicellularity. Nature Communications 7, 11370 (2016)
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    Harr, B.; Karakoc, E.; Neme, R.; Teschke, M.; Pfeifle, C.; Pezer, Z.; Babiker, H.; Linnenbrink, M.; Montero, I.; Scavetta, R. et al.; Abai, M.R.; Molins, M.P.; Schlegel, M.; Ulrich, R.G.; Altmüller, J.; Franitza, M.; Büntge, A.; Künzel, S.; Tautz, D.: Genomic resources for wild populations of the house mouse, Mus musculus and its close relative Mus spretus. Scientific Data 3, 160075 (2016)
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    Heer, K.; Ullrich, K. K.; Liepelt, S.; Rensing, S. A.; Zhou, J.; Ziegenhagen, B.; Opgenoorth, L.: Detection of SNPs based on transcriptome sequencing in Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst). Conservation Genetics Resources (2016)
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    Hermann, M.; Schunke, A. C.; Schultz, T.; Klein, R.: Accurate Interactive Visualization of Large Deformations and Variability in Biomedical Image Ensembles. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 22 (1), pp. 708 - 717 (2016)
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    Hoier, S.; Pfeifle, C.; von Merten, S.; Linnenbrink, M.: Communication at the garden fence - context dependent vocalization in female house mice. PLoS One 11 (3), p. e0152255 (2016)
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    Klötzl, F.; Haubold, B.: Support values for genome phylogenies. Life (2016)
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    Krehenwinkel, H.; Graze, M.; Rödder, D.; Tanaka, K.; Baba, Y. G.; Muster, C.; Uhl, G.: A phylogeographical survey of a highly dispersive spider reveals eastern Asia as a major glacial refugium for Palaearctic fauna. Journal of Biogeography 43 (8), pp. 1583 - 1594 (2016)
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    Krehenwinkel, H.; Rödder, D.; Năpăruş-Aljančič, M.; Kuntner, M.: Rapid genetic and ecological differentiation during the northern range expansion of the venomous yellow sac spider Cheiracanthium punctorium in Europe. Evolutionary Applications 9 (10), pp. 1229 - 1240 (2016)
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    Lokmer, A.; Künzel, S.; Baines, J. F.; Wegner, a. M.: The role of tissue-specific microbiota in initial establishment success of Pacific oysters. Environmental Microbiology (2016)
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    Lokmer, A.; Goedknegt, M.A.; Thieltges, D. W.; Fiorentino, D.; Künzel, S.; Baines, J. F.; Wegner, K. M.: Spatial and temporal dynamics of pacific oyster hemolymph microbiota across multiple scales. Frontiers in Microbiology 7 (AUG), Article 1367 (2016)
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    Mensch, B.; Neulinger, S. C.; Graiff, A.; Pansch, A.; Künzel, S.; Fischer, M. A.; Schmitz, R. A.: Restructuring of epibacterial communities on fucus vesiculosus forma mytili in response to elevated pCO2 and increased temperature levels. Frontiers in Microbiology 7, Article 434 (2016)
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