Sarah Hird
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Applications of next-generation sequencing to phylogeography and phylogenetics
JE McCormack, SM Hird, AJ Zellmer, BC Carstens, RT Brumfield
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 66 (2), 526-538, 2013
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
Comparative gut microbiota of 59 neotropical bird species
SM Hird, C Sánchez, BC Carstens, RT Brumfield
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 1403, 2015
Evolutionary biology needs wild microbiomes
SM Hird
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 725, 2017
Next-generation sequencing reveals phylogeographic structure and a species tree for recent bird divergences
JE McCormack, JM Maley, SM Hird, EP Derryberry, GR Graves, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 62 (1), 397-406, 2012
Sampling locality is more detectable than taxonomy or ecology in the gut microbiota of the brood-parasitic Brown-headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater)
SM Hird, BC Carstens, SW Cardiff, DL Dittmann, RT Brumfield
PeerJ 2, e321, 2014
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
The carnivorous pale pitcher plant harbors diverse, distinct, and time-dependent bacterial communities
MM Koopman, DM Fuselier, S Hird, BC Carstens
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76 (6), 1851-1860, 2010
Evolution of the indoor biome
NWG on the Evolutionary, LJ Martin, RI Adams, A Bateman, HM Bik, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30 (4), 223-232, 2015
Deep Phylogeographic Structure and Environmental Differentiation in the Carnivorous Plant Sarracenia alata
AJ Zellmer, MM Hanes, SM Hird, BC Carstens
Systematic Biology 61 (5), 763-777, 2012
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
Assessment of gene flow across a hybrid zone in red‐tailed chipmunks (Tamias ruficaudus)
S Hird, J Sullivan
Molecular Ecology 18 (14), 3097-3109, 2009
PRGmatic: an efficient pipeline for collating genome‐enriched second‐generation sequencing data using a ‘provisional‐reference genome’
SM Hird, RT Brumfield, BC Carstens
Molecular Ecology Resources 11 (4), 743-748, 2011
Rapid and accurate species tree estimation for phylogeographic investigations using replicated subsampling
S Hird, L Kubatko, B Carstens
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57 (2), 888-898, 2010
Community-level differences in the microbiome of healthy wild mallards and those infected by Influenza A viruses
HH Ganz, L Doroud, AJ Firl, SM Hird, JA Eisen, WM Boyce
MSystems 2 (1), e00188-16, 2017
Introgression at differentially aged hybrid zones in red-tailed chipmunks
S Hird, N Reid, J Demboski, J Sullivan
Genetica 138 (8), 869-883, 2010
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
Evolutionary signal in the gut microbiomes of 74 bird species from Equatorial Guinea
DC Capunitan, O Johnson, RS Terrill, SM Hird
Molecular Ecology 29 (4), 829-847, 2020
No evidence for phylosymbiosis in western chipmunk species
K Grond, KC Bell, JR Demboski, M Santos, JM Sullivan, SM Hird
FEMS microbiology ecology 96 (1), fiz182, 2020
The cloacal microbiome of five wild duck species varies by species and influenza A virus infection status
SM Hird, H Ganz, JA Eisen, WM Boyce
Msphere 3 (5), e00382-18, 2018
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