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Graham P Wallis
Graham P Wallis
Emeritus Professor, University of Otago
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei otago.ac.nz - Startseite
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New Zealand phylogeography: evolution on a small continent
GP Wallis, SA Trewick
Molecular Ecology 18 (17), 3548-3580, 2009
3062009
Restricted gene flow in a moving hybrid zone of the newts Triturus cristatus and T. marmoratus in western France
JW Arntzen, GP Wallis
Evolution 45 (4), 805-826, 1991
2131991
Mitochondrial-DNA variation in the crested newt superspecies: limited cytoplasmic gene flow among species
GP Wallis, JW Arntzen
Evolution 43 (1), 88-104, 1989
2131989
Genes meet geology: fish phylogeographic pattern reflects ancient, rather than modern, drainage connections
JM Waters, D Craw, JH Youngson, GP Wallis
Evolution 55 (9), 1844-1851, 2001
2052001
Oral infection of Aedes aegypti with yellow fever virus: geographic variation and genetic considerations.
WJ Tabachnick, GP Wallis, TH Aitken, BR Miller, GD Amato, L Lorenz, ...
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 34 (6), 1219-1224, 1985
1941985
Biogeography of a southern hemisphere freshwater fish: how important is marine dispersal?
JM Waters, LH Dijkstra, GP Wallis
Molecular Ecology 9 (11), 1815-1821, 2000
1862000
Bridging the “beech‐gap”: New Zealand invertebrate phylogeography implicates Pleistocene glaciation and Pliocene isolation
SA Trewick, GP Wallis
Evolution 55 (11), 2170-2180, 2001
1682001
Cladogenesis and loss of the marine life‐history phase in freshwater galaxiid fishes (Osmeriformes: Galaxiidae)
JM Waters, GP Wallis
Evolution 55 (3), 587-597, 2001
1602001
Inbreeding and endangered species management: is New Zealand out of step with the rest of the world?
IG Jamieson, GP Wallis, JV Briskie
Conservation Biology 20 (1), 38-47, 2006
1552006
Molecular Phylogenetics and Biogeography of Galaxiid Fishes (Osteichthyes: Galaxiidae): Dispersal, Vicariance, and the Position of Lepidogalaxias salamandroides
JM Waters, JA López, GP Wallis
Systematic Biology 49 (4), 777-795, 2000
1522000
Geographic variation and taxonomy of crested newts (Triturus cristatus)
JW Arntzen, GP Wallis
Contributions to Zoology 68 (3), 181-203, 1999
1471999
Transverse Alpine Speciation Driven by Glaciation
GP Wallis, JM Waters, P Upton, D Craw
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (12), 916-926, 2016
1392016
Phylogeographical pattern correlates with Pliocene mountain building in the alpine scree weta (Orthoptera, Anostostomatidae)
SA Trewick, GP Wallis, M Morgan‐Richards
Molecular Ecology 9 (6), 657-666, 2000
1362000
Seabird and louse coevolution: complex histories revealed by 12S rRNA sequences and reconciliation analyses
AM Paterson, GP Wallis, LJ Wallis, RD Gray
Systematic Biology 49 (3), 383-399, 2000
1222000
Isozyme analysis of Galaxias species (Teleostei: Galaxiidae) from the Taieri River, South Island, New Zealand: a species complex revealed
RM Allibone, TA Crowl, JM Holmes, TM King, RM McDowall, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 57 (2), 107-127, 1996
1211996
Episodic positive selection in the evolution of avian toll-like receptor innate immunity genes
CE Grueber, GP Wallis, IG Jamieson
PLoS ONE 9 (3), e89632, 2014
1152014
Genetic variation and diadromy in some native New Zealand galaxiids (Teleostei: Galaxiidae)
RM Allibone, GP Wallis
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 50 (1), 19-33, 1993
1141993
Heterozygosity–fitness correlations and their relevance to studies on inbreeding depression in threatened species
CE Grueber, GP Wallis, IG Jamieson
Molecular Ecology 17 (18), 3978-3984, 2008
1092008
Genetic drift outweighs natural selection at toll‐like receptor (TLR) immunity loci in a re‐introduced population of a threatened species
CE Grueber, GP Wallis, IG Jamieson
Molecular Ecology 22 (17), 4470-4482, 2013
1022013
Preserving genetic diversity in threatened species reintroductions: how many individuals should be released?
LN Tracy, GP Wallis, MG Efford, IG Jamieson
Animal Conservation 14 (4), 439-446, 2011
1012011
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