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How to fail at species delimitation
BC Carstens, TA Pelletier, NM Reid, JD Satler
Molecular ecology 22 (17), 4369-4383, 2013
11992013
Phylogenetic estimation error can decrease the accuracy of species delimitation: a Bayesian implementation of the general mixed Yule-coalescent model
NM Reid, BC Carstens
BMC evolutionary biology 12, 1-11, 2012
5412012
The genomic landscape of rapid repeated evolutionary adaptation to toxic pollution in wild fish
NM Reid, DA Proestou, BW Clark, WC Warren, JK Colbourne, JR Shaw, ...
Science 354 (6317), 1305-1308, 2016
4162016
Adaptive introgression enables evolutionary rescue from extreme environmental pollution
EM Oziolor, NM Reid, S Yair, KM Lee, S Guberman VerPloeg, PC Bruns, ...
Science 364 (6439), 455-457, 2019
2272019
Ancient hybridization and mitochondrial capture between two species of chipmunks
JM Good, S Hird, N Reid, JR Demboski, SJ Steppan, TR MARTIN‐NIMS, ...
Molecular ecology 17 (5), 1313-1327, 2008
2162008
When evolution is the solution to pollution: Key principles, and lessons from rapid repeated adaptation of killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) populations
A Whitehead, BW Clark, NM Reid, ME Hahn, D Nacci
Evolutionary applications 10 (8), 762-783, 2017
1462017
Poor fit to the multispecies coalescent is widely detectable in empirical data
NM Reid, SM Hird, JM Brown, TA Pelletier, JD McVay, JD Satler, ...
Systematic Biology 63 (3), 322-333, 2014
912014
An information‐theoretical approach to phylogeography
BC Carstens, HN Stoute, NM Reid
Molecular Ecology 18 (20), 4270-4282, 2009
852009
Phylogeny Estimation of the Radiation of Western North American Chipmunks (Tamias) in the Face of Introgression Using Reproductive Protein Genes
N Reid, JR Demboski, J Sullivan
Systematic biology 61 (1), 44, 2012
712012
Divergence with gene flow within the recent chipmunk radiation (Tamias)
J Sullivan, JR Demboski, KC Bell, S Hird, B Sarver, N Reid, JM Good
Heredity 113 (3), 185-194, 2014
702014
The landscape of extreme genomic variation in the highly adaptable Atlantic killifish
NM Reid, CE Jackson, D Gilbert, P Minx, MJ Montague, TH Hampton, ...
Genome biology and evolution 9 (3), 659-676, 2017
592017
Comparative Roosting Ecology of Cynopterus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) Fruit Bats in Peninsular Malaysia1
P Campbell, NM Reid, A Zubaid, AM Adnan, TH Kunz
Biotropica 38 (6), 725-734, 2006
402006
Functional genomics to assess biological responses to marine pollution at physiological and evolutionary timescales: toward a vision of predictive ecotoxicology
NM Reid, A Whitehead
Briefings in Functional Genomics, 2015
342015
Posterior predictive checks of coalescent models: P2C2M, an R package
M Gruenstaeudl, NM Reid, GL Wheeler, BC Carstens
Molecular Ecology Resources 16 (1), 193-205, 2016
272016
Introgression at differentially aged hybrid zones in red-tailed chipmunks
S Hird, N Reid, J Demboski, J Sullivan
Genetica 138, 869-883, 2010
232010
Examination of nuclear loci across a zone of mitochondrial introgression between Tamias ruficaudus and T. amoenus
N Reid, S Hird, A Schulte-Hostedde, J Sullivan
Journal of Mammalogy 91 (6), 1389-1400, 2010
212010
Phylogenomic analysis of Fundulidae (Teleostei: Cyprinodotiformes) using RNA-sequencing data
R Rodgers, JL Roach, NM Reid, A Whitehead, DD Duvernell
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 121, 150-157, 2018
142018
Ryanodine receptor and FK506 binding protein 1 in the Atlantic killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus): A phylogenetic and population-based comparison
EB Holland, JV Goldstone, IN Pessah, A Whitehead, NM Reid, ...
Aquatic toxicology 192, 105-115, 2017
122017
Developing a High-Quality Linkage Map for the Atlantic Killifish Fundulus heteroclitus
JT Miller, NM Reid, DE Nacci, A Whitehead
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 9 (9), 2851-2862, 2019
112019
To stripe or not to stripe: the origin of a novel foliar pigmentation pattern in monkeyflowers (Mimulus)
AM LaFountain, HE McMahon, NM Reid, YW Yuan
New Phytologist 237 (1), 310-322, 2023
82023
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