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5-Feb-2013High lability of sexual system over 250 million years of evolution in morphologically conservative tadpole shrimps.Mathers, T.C.; Hammond, Robert L.; Jenner, R.A.; Zierold, T.; Hänfling, B.; Gómez, A.Journal Article
Dec-2008NR4A2 controls the differentiation of selective dopaminergic nuclei in the zebrafish brain.Blin, M; Norton, W; Bally-Cuif, L; Vernier, PJournal Article
23-Aug-2008Mating system and avpr1a promoter variation in primates.Rosso, L; Keller, L; Kaessmann, H; Hammond, RLJournal Article
2008Sequence analysis, chromosomal distribution and long-range organization show that rapid turnover of new and old pBuM satellite DNA repeats leads to different patterns of variation in seven species of the Drosophila buzzatii cluster.Kuhn, GC; Sene, FM; Moreira-Filho, O; Schwarzacher, T; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
12-Feb-2009First record of a Kabatana sp. microsporidium infecting fish in the Atlantic Ocean.Barber, I; Davies, AJ; Ironside, JE; Forsgren, E; Amundsen, TJournal Article
May-2009Evolutionary dynamics and sites of illegitimate recombination revealed in the interspersion and sequence junctions of two nonhomologous satellite DNAs in cactophilic Drosophila species.Kuhn, GC; Teo, CH; Schwarzacher, T; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
Sep-2004Crossing the Red Sea: phylogeography of the hamadryas baboon, Papio hamadryas hamadryas.Winney, BJ; Hammond, RL; Macasero, W; Flores, B; Boug, A; Biquand, V; Biquand, S; Bruford, MWJournal Article
Oct-2010The non-regular orbit: three satellite DNAs in Drosophila martensis (buzzatii complex, repleta group) followed three different evolutionary pathways.Kuhn, GC; Schwarzacher, T; Heslop-Harrison, JSJournal Article
22-Dec-2009Polymorphic social organization in an ant.Gill, RJ; Arce, A; Keller, L; Hammond, RLJournal Article
Sep-2004Expression patterns of a novel AtCHX gene family highlight potential roles in osmotic adjustment and K+ homeostasis in pollen development.Sze, H; Padmanaban, S; Cellier, F; Honys, D; Cheng, NH; Bock, KW; Conéjéro, G; Li, X; Twell, D; Ward, JM; Hirschi, KDJournal Article