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Molecular phylogenetics and the diversification of hummingbirds
JA McGuire, CC Witt, JV Remsen Jr, A Corl, DL Rabosky, DL Altshuler, ...
Current Biology 24 (8), 910-916, 2014
3742014
Selective loss of polymorphic mating types is associated with rapid phenotypic evolution during morphic speciation
A Corl, AR Davis, SR Kuchta, B Sinervo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (9), 4254-4259, 2010
1512010
Models of density-dependent genic selection and a new rock-paper-scissors social system
B Sinervo, B Heulin, Y Surget-Groba, J Clobert, DB Miles, A Corl, ...
The American Naturalist 170 (5), 663-680, 2007
1132007
ALTERNATIVE MATING STRATEGIES AND THE EVOLUTION OF SEXUAL SIZE DIMORPHISM IN THE SIDE‐BLOTCHED LIZARD, UTA STANSBURIANA: A …
A Corl, AR Davis, SR Kuchta, T Comendant, B Sinervo
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (1), 79-96, 2010
892010
The genetic basis of adaptation following plastic changes in coloration in a novel environment
A Corl, K Bi, C Luke, AS Challa, AJ Stern, B Sinervo, R Nielsen
Current Biology 28 (18), 2970-2977. e7, 2018
752018
Sampling strategies for species trees: the effects on phylogenetic inference of the number of genes, number of individuals, and whether loci are mitochondrial, sex-linked, or …
A Corl, H Ellegren
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 67 (2), 358-366, 2013
672013
Convergent evolution of kin-based sociality in a lizard
AR Davis, A Corl, Y Surget-Groba, B Sinervo
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1711), 1507-1514, 2011
672011
Divergence of thermal physiological traits in terrestrial breeding frogs along a tropical elevational gradient
R von May, A Catenazzi, A Corl, R Santa‐Cruz, AC Carnaval, C Moritz
Ecology and Evolution 7 (9), 3257-3267, 2017
502017
Genomic takeover by transposable elements in the strawberry poison frog
RL Rogers, L Zhou, C Chu, R Márquez, A Corl, T Linderoth, L Freeborn, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 35 (12), 2913-2927, 2018
492018
The genomic signature of sexual selection in the genetic diversity of the sex chromosomes and autosomes
A Corl, H Ellegren
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (7), 2138-2149, 2012
442012
Direct fitness correlates and thermal consequences of facultative aggregation in a desert lizard
ARD Rabosky, A Corl, HEM Liwanag, Y Surget-Groba, B Sinervo
PLoS One 7 (7), e40866, 2012
402012
An integrative approach to phylogeography: investigating the effects of ancient seaways, climate, and historical geology on multi-locus phylogeographic boundaries of the …
SB Reilly, A Corl, DB Wake
BMC evolutionary biology 15 (1), 1-17, 2015
272015
Movement ecology and sex are linked to barn owl microbial community composition
A Corl, M Charter, G Rozman, S Toledo, S Turjeman, PL Kamath, ...
Molecular ecology 29 (7), 1358-1371, 2020
262020
Rapid formation of reproductive isolation between two populations of side-blotched lizards, Uta stansburiana
A Corl, LT Lancaster, B Sinervo
Copeia 2012 (4), 593-602, 2012
202012
Migration, pathogens and the avian microbiome: A comparative study in sympatric migrants and residents
S Turjeman, A Corl, A Wolfenden, M Tsalyuk, A Lublin, O Choi, ...
Molecular Ecology 29 (23), 4706-4720, 2020
112020
Genital morphology associated with mating strategy in the polymorphic lizard, Uta stansburiana
CA Gilman, A Corl, B Sinervo, DJ Irschick
Journal of Morphology 280 (2), 184-192, 2019
72019
Drivers of change and stability in the gut microbiota of an omnivorous avian migrant exposed to artificial food supplementation
S Pekarsky, A Corl, S Turjeman, PL Kamath, WM Getz, RCK Bowie, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (19), 4723-4739, 2021
42021
The role of alternative mating strategies in speciation in the side -blotched lizard, Uta stansburiana
A Corl
University of California, Santa Cruz, 2007
32007
High-throughput sequencing for examining Salmonella prevalence and pathogen-microbiota relationships in barn swallows
ON Choi, A Corl, A Wolfenden, A Lublin, SL Ishaq, S Turjeman, R Nathan, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 681, 2021
12021
Noninvasive sampling for comparisons of wildlife microbiomes may be more reliable than sampling trapped animals
S Turjeman, S Pekarsky, A Corl, PL Kamath, WM Getz, RCK Bowie, ...
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
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