Journal Article (27)

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    Schwarzer, J.; Shabani, N.; Esmaeili, H. R.; Mwaiko, S.; Seehausen, O.: Allopatric speciation in the desert: diversification of cichlids at their geographical and ecological range limit in Iran. Hydrobiologia 791 (1), pp. 193 - 207 (2017)
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    Cheng, J.; Nolte, A. W.: Fast turnover of sex determination and genomic incompatibilities in hybridizing sculpins (Cottus). Aquaculture 472, pp. 113 - 114 (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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    Dennenmoser, S.; Sedlazeck, F. J.; Iwaszkiewicz, E.; Li, X.-Y.; Altmüller, J.; Nolte, A. W.: Copy number increases of transposable elements and protein-coding genes in an invasive fish of hybrid origin. Molecular Ecology 26 (18), pp. 4712 - 4724 (2017)
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    Goedbloed, D.J.; Czypionka, T.; Altmüller, J.; Rodriguez, A.; Küpfer, E.; Segev, O.; Blaustein, L.; Templeton, A.R.; Nolte, A. W.; Steinfartz, S.: Parallel habitat acclimatization is realized by the expression of different genes in two closely related salamander species (genus Salamandra). Heredity 119 (6), pp. 429 - 437 (2017)
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    Rodríguez, A.; Burgon, J. D.; Lyra, M.; Irisarri, I.; Baurain, D.; Blaustein, L.; Göçmen, B.; Künzel, S.; Mable, B. K.; Nolte, A. W. et al.; Veith, M.; Steinfartz, S.; Elmer, K. R.; Philippe, H.; Vences, M.: Inferring the shallow phylogeny of true salamanders (Salamandra) by multiple phylogenomic approaches. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 115, pp. 16 - 26 (2017)
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    Czypionka, T.; Krugman, T.; Altmueller, J.; Blaustein, L.; Steinfartz, S.; Templeton, A. R.; Nolte, A. W.: Ecological transcriptomics - a non-lethal sampling approach for endangered fire salamanders. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (12), pp. 1417 - 1425 (2015)
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    Cheng, J.; Sedlazek, F.; Altmüller, J.; Nolte, A. W.: Ectodysplasin signalling genes and phenotypic evolution in sculpins (Cottus). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2015)
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    Dennenmoser, S.; Nolte, A. W.; Vamosi, S. M.; Rogers, S. M.: Phylogeography of the prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) in north-western North America reveals parallel phenotypic evolution across multiple coastal–inland colonizations. Journal of Biogeography 42 (9), pp. 1626 - 1638 (2015)
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    Dennenmoser, S.; Rogers, S. M.; Vamosi, S. M.: Genetic population structure in prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) reflects isolation-by-environment between two life-history ecotypes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 113 (4), pp. 943 - 957 (2014)
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    Eschbach, E.; Nolte, A. W.; Kohlmann, K.; Kersten, P.; Kail, J.; Arlinghaus, R.: Population differentiation of zander (Sander lucioperca) across native and newly colonized ranges suggests increasing admixture in the course of an invasion. Evolutionary Applications 7 (5), pp. 555 - 568 (2014)
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    Cheng, J.; Czypionka, T.; Nolte, A. W.: The genomics of incompatibility factors and sex determination in hybridizing species of Cottus (Pisces). Heredity 111 (6), pp. 520 - 529 (2013)
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    Dennenmoser, S.; Nolte, A. W.; Vamosi, S. M.; Rogers, S. M.: Conservation genetics of prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) at the periphery of its distribution range in Peace River, Canada. Conservation Genetics 14 (3), pp. 735 - 739 (2013)
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    Abbott, R.; Albach, D.; Ansell, S.; Arntzen, J. W.; Baird, S. J. E.; Bierne, N.; Boughman, J.; Brelsford, A.; Buerkle, C. A.; Buggs, R. et al.; Butlin, R. K.; Dieckmann, U.; Eroukhmanoff, F.; Grill, A.; Cahan, S. H.; Hermansen, J. S.; Hewitt, G.; Husdon, A. G.; Jiggins, C.; Jones, J.; Keller, B.; Marczewski, T.; Mallet, J.; Martinez-Rodriguez, P.; Möst, M.; Mullen, S.; Nichols, R.; Nolte, A. W.; Parisod, C.; Pfennig, K.; Rice, A. M.; Ritchie, M. G.; Seifert, B.; Smadja, C. M.; Stelkens, R.; Szymura, J. M.; Väinölä, R.; Wolf, J. B. W.; Zinner, D.: Hybridization and speciation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (2), pp. 229 - 246 (2013)
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    Czypionka, T.; Cheng, J.; Pozhitkov, A.; Nolte, A. W.: Transcriptome changes after genome-wide admixture in invasive sculpins (Cottus). Molecular Ecology 21 (19), pp. 4797 - 4810 (2012)
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    Herder, F.; Hadiaty, R. K.; Nolte, A. W.: Pelvic-fin brooding in a new species of riverine ricefish (Atherinomorpha: Beloniformes: Adrianichthyidae) from Tana Toraja, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 60 (2), pp. 467 - 476 (2012)
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    Nolte, A. W.: Dispersal in the course of an invasion. Molecular Ecology 20 (9), pp. 1803 - 1804 (2011)
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    Stemshorn, K. C.; Reed, F. A.; Nolte, A. W.; Tautz, D.: Rapid formation of distinct hybrid lineages after secondary contact of two fish species (Cottus sp.). Molecular Ecology 20 (7), pp. 1475 - 1491 (2011)
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    Renaut, S.; Nolte, A. W.; Rogers, S. M.; Derome, N.; Bernatchez, L.: SNP signatures of selection on standing genetic variation and their association with adaptive phenotypes along gradients of ecological speciation in lake whitefish species pairs (Coregonus spp.). Molecular Ecology 20 (3), pp. 545 - 559 (2011)
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    Jeukens, J.; Renaut, S.; St-Cyr, J.; Nolte, A. W.; Bernatchez, L.: The transcriptomics of sympatric dwarf and normal lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis spp., Salmonidae) divergence as revealed by next-generation sequencing. Molecular Ecology 19 (24), pp. 5389 - 5403 (2010)
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