Zeitschriftenartikel (14)

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    Skrabar, N.; Turner, L. M.; Pallares, L. F.; Harr, B.; Tautz, D.: Using the Mus musculus hybrid zone to assess covariation and genetic architecture of limb bone lengths. Molecular Ecology Resources 18 (4), S. 908 - 921 (2018)
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    Pallares, L. F.; Ledevin, R.; Pantalacci, S.; Turner, L. M.; Steingrimsson, E.; Renaud, S.: Genomic regions controlling shape variation in the first upper molar of the house mouse. eLife 6, e29510 (2017)
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    Pallares, L. F.; Turner, L. M.; Tautz, D.: Craniofacial shape transition across the house mouse hybrid zone: implications for the genetic architecture and evolution of between-species differences. Development Genes and Evolution 226 (3), S. 173 - 186 (2016)
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    Wang, J.; Kalyan, S.; Steck, N.; Turner, L. M.; Harr, B.; Künzel, S.; Vallier,, M.; Häsler, R.; Franke, A.; Oberg, H.-H. et al.; Ibrahim, S. M.; Grassl, G. A.; Kabelitz, D.; Baines, J. F.: Analysis of intestinal microbiota in hybrid house mice reveals evolutionary divergence in a vertebrate hologenome. Nature Communications 6 (2015)
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    Turner, L. M.; Harr, B.: Genome-wide mapping in a house mouse hybrid zone reveals hybrid sterility loci and Dobzhansky-Muller interactions. eLife 3 (2014)
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    Pallares, L. F.; Harr, B.; Turner, L. M.; Tautz, D.: Use of a natural hybrid zone for genome-wide association mapping of craniofacial traits in the house mouse. Molecular Ecology 23 (23), S. 5756 - 5770 (2014)
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    Turner, L. M.; White, M. A.; Tautz, D.; Payseur, B. A.: Genomic networks of hybrid sterility. PLoS Genetics 10 (2) (2014)
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    Turner, L. M.; Schwahn, D. J.; Harr, B.: Reduced male fertility is common but highly variable in form and severity in a natural house mouse hybrid zone. Evolution 66 (2), S. 443 - 458 (2012)
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    Turner, L. M.; Young, A. R.; Römpler, H.; Schöneberg, T.; Phelps, S. M.; Hoekstra, H. E.: Monogamy evolves through multiple mechanisms: evidence from V1aR in deer mice. Molecular Biology and Evolution 27 (6), S. 1269 - 1278 (2010)
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    Harr, B.; Turner, L. M.: Genome-wide analysis of alternative splicing evolution among Mus subspecies. Molecular Ecology 19 (1), S. 228 - 239 (2010)
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    Woodruff, D. S.; Turner, L. M.: The Indochinese-Sundaic zoogeographic transition: a description and analysis of terrestrial mammal species distributions. Journal of Biogeography 36 (5), S. 803 - 821 (2009)
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    Turner, L. M.; Chuong, E. B.; Hoekstra, H. E.: Comparative analysis of testis protein evolution in rodents. Genetics 179 (4), S. 2075 - 2089 (2008)
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    Turner, L. M.; Hoekstra, H. E.: Reproductive protein evolution within and between species: maintenance of divergent ZP3 alleles in Peromyscus. Molecular Ecology 17 (11), S. 2616 - 2628 (2008)
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    Turner, L. M.; Hoekstra, H. E.: Causes and consequences of the evolution of reproductive proteins. Special issue: Fertilization, S. 769 - 780 (2008)
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