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Crotti, M., Adams, C. , Etheridge, E., Bean, C. , Gowans, A., Knudsen, R., Lyle, A., Maitland, P., Winfield, I., Elmer, K. and Præbel, K. (2020) Geographic hierarchical population genetic structuring in British European whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus) and its implications for conservation. [Data Collection]

Yurchenko, A., Recknagel, H. and Elmer, K. (2020) Chromosome-level assembly of the common lizard (Zootoca vivipara) genome. [Data Collection] (Unpublished)

Crotti, M., Adams, C. and Elmer, K. (2020) Population genomic SNPs from epigenetic RADs: gaining genetic and epigenetic data from a single established next-generation sequencing approach. [Data Collection]

Burgon, J. D., Vieites, D. R., Jacobs, A., Weidt, S., Gunter, H., Steinfartz, S., Burgess, K., Mable, B. and Elmer, K. (2020) Functional colour genes and signals of selection in colour polymorphic salamanders. [Data Collection]

Schneider, K., White, T., Mitchell, S., Adams, C. , Reeve, R. and Elmer, K. (2020) The pitfalls and virtues of population genetic summary statistics: detecting selective sweeps in recent divergences. [Data Collection]

Jacobs, A., Carruthers, M., Yurchenko, A., Gordeeva, N. V., Alekseyev, S. S., Hooker, O., Leong, J. S., Minkley, D. R., Rondeau, E. B., Koop, B. F., Adams, C. and Elmer, K. (2020) Parallelism in eco-morphology and gene expression despite variable evolutionary and genomic backgrounds in a Holarctic fish. [Data Collection]

Schneider, K., Adams, C. and Elmer, K. (2019) Parallel selection on ecologically relevant gene functions in the transcriptomes of highly diversifying salmonids. [Data Collection]

Jacobs, A., Carruthers, M., Eckmann, R., Yohannes, E., Adams, C. , Behrmann-Godel, J. and Elmer, K. (2018) Rapid niche expansion by selection on functional genomic variation after ecosystem recovery. [Data Collection]

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