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2008-07-01Dynamics of genome rearrangement in bacterial populationsDarling, AE; Miklós, I; Ragan, MA
2008-02-26Rapid depletion of genotypes with fast growth and bold personality traits from harvested fish populations.Biro, PA; Post, JR
2013-02-12Insights into the evolution of Darwin's finches from comparative analysis of the Geospiza magnirostris genome sequenceRands, CM; Darling, A; Fujita, M; Kong, L; Webster, MT; Clabaut, C; Emes, RD; Heger, A; Meader, S; Hawkins, MB; Eisen, MB; Teiling, C; Affourtit, J; Boese, B; Grant, PR; Grant, BR; Eisen, JA; Abzhanov, A; Ponting, CP
2008-03-05Population data from the New South Wales Aboriginal Australian sub-population for the profiler plus autosomal short tandem repeat (STR) loci.Goetz, R; West, J; Walsh, SJ; Buckleton, JS
2003-09Evidence in support of self-declaration as a sampling method for the formation of sub-population DNA databases.Walsh, SJ; Triggs, CM; Curran, JM; Cullen, JR; Buckleton, JS
2012-02-01Patterns of gene flow define species of thermophilic ArchaeaCadillo-Quiroz, H; Didelot, X; Held, NL; Herrera, A; Darling, A; Reno, ML; Krause, DJ; Whitaker, RJ
2010-12-28Incomplete concerted evolution and reproductive isolation at the rDNA locus uncovers nine cryptic species within Anopheles longirostris from Papua New GuineaAlquezar, DE; Hemmerter, S; Cooper, RD; Beebe, NW
2012-04-01Minimal increase in genetic diversity enhances predation resistanceKoh, KS; Matz, C; Tan, CH; Le, HL; Rice, SA; Marshall, DJ; Steinberg, PD; Kjelleberg, S
2007-09-13Population data from sub-populations of the Northern Territory of Australia for 15 autosomal short tandem repeat (STR) loci.Eckhoff, C; Walsh, SJ; Buckleton, JS
2003-07-29Characterisation of variant alleles at the HumD21S11 locus implies unique Australasian genotypes and re-classification of nomenclature guidelines.Walsh, SJ; Robinson, SL; Turbett, GR; Davies, NP; Wilton, AN
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