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2019Evolution and extinction of the giant rhinoceros Elasmotherium sibiricum sheds light on late Quaternary megafaunal extinctionsKosintsev, P.; Mitchell, K.; Devi├Ęse, T.; van der Plicht, J.; Kuitems, M.; Petrova, E.; Tikhonov, A.; Higham, T.; Comeskey, D.; Turney, C.; Cooper, A.; van Kolfschoten, T.; Stuart, A.; Lister, A.
2016Codivergence of the primary bacterial endosymbiont of psyllids versus host switches and replacement of their secondary bacterial endosymbiontsHall, A.; Morrow, J.; Fromont, C.; Steinbauer, M.; Taylor, G.; Johnson, S.; Cook, J.; Riegler, M.
2012The Basque paradigm: genetic evidence of a maternal continuity in the Franco-Cantabrian region since pre-neolithic timesBehar, D.; Haak, W.; Adler, C.; Cooper, A.; Dersarkissian, C.
2013Multilocus phylogeny and recent rapid radiation of the viviparous sea snakes (Elapidae: Hydrophiinae)Sanders, K.; Lee, M.; Mumpuni; Bertozzi, T.; Rasmussen, A.
2011The evolution of gene expression levels in mammalian organsBrawand, D.; Soumillon, M.; Necsulea, A.; Julien, P.; Csardi, G.; Harrigan, P.; Weier, M.; Liechti, A.; Aximu-Petri, A.; Kircher, M.; Albert, F.; Zeller, U.; Khaitovich, P.; Grutzner, F.; Bergmann, S.; Nielsen, R.; Paabo, S.; Kaessmann, H.
2011Of mice and 'convicts': Origin of the Australian house mouse, Mus musculusGabriel, S.; Stevens, M.; da Luz Mathias, M.; Searle, J.
2010Redescriptions of two species of microcotylid monogeneans from three arripid hosts in southern Australian watersCatalano, S.; Hutson, K.; Ratcliff, R.; Whittington, I.
2013Low major histocompatibility complex diversity in the Tasmanian devil predates European settlement and may explain susceptibility to disease epidemicsMorris, K.; Austin, J.; Belov, K.
2010Plausibility of inferred andestral phenotypes and the evaluation of alternative models of limb evolution in scincid lizardsSkinner, A.; Lee, M.
2016Trends in the sand: directional evolution in the shell shape of recessing scallops (Bivalvia: Pectinidae)Sherratt, E.; Alejandrino, A.; Kraemer, A.; Serb, J.; Adams, D.