Bret A. Payseur mostly deals with Genetics, Evolutionary biology, Genome, Gene flow and Genomics. His work in Genetics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Natural selection. The various areas that Bret A. Payseur examines in his Evolutionary biology study include Genetic hitchhiking, Phylogenetics, Optimality criterion, Paraphyly and Data set.
Genome is a subfield of Gene that Bret A. Payseur investigates. Bret A. Payseur interconnects Reproductive isolation, Genetic algorithm and Introgression in the investigation of issues within Gene flow. Bret A. Payseur combines topics linked to Whole genome sequencing with his work on Genomics.
His primary scientific interests are in Genetics, Evolutionary biology, House mice, Genome and Reproductive isolation. His is doing research in Microsatellite, Quantitative trait locus, Coalescent theory, Single-nucleotide polymorphism and Inbred strain, both of which are found in Genetics. His Evolutionary biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Recombination, Phylogenetic tree, Natural selection, Selection and Genetic variation.
Bret A. Payseur has researched House mice in several fields, including Sterility, Subspecies, Strain and House mouse. His work deals with themes such as Locus and Laboratory mouse, which intersect with Genome. His Reproductive isolation research incorporates themes from Genetic Speciation, Gene flow, Hybrid zone, Introgression and Genetic algorithm.
Bret A. Payseur spends much of his time researching House mice, Recombination, Evolutionary biology, Homologous recombination and Gene. His House mice research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Genetics and Predator. Gene expression and Inbred strain are among the areas of Genetics where Bret A. Payseur concentrates his study.
His Recombination research integrates issues from Interference and Crossover. His Evolutionary biology research includes themes of Natural selection, Selection and Genome. His work on Hybrid zone, Phenotype and Gene regulatory network as part of general Gene research is frequently linked to Sperm flagellum, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary areas of investigation include Crossover, Statistical physics, Bivalent, Linkage disequilibrium and Recombination.
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Genome sequence of the Brown Norway rat yields insights into mammalian evolution
Richard A. Gibbs;George M. Weinstock;Michael L. Metzker;Donna M. Muzny.
Mouse genomic variation and its effect on phenotypes and gene regulation
T M Keane;L Goodstadt;P Danecek;M A White.
Localizing Recent Adaptive Evolution in the Human Genome
Scott H Williamson;Melissa J Hubisz;Andrew G Clark;Bret A Payseur.
PLOS Genetics (2005)
Failure of the ILD to determine data combinability for slow loris phylogeny.
Anne D. Yoder;Jodi A. Irwin;Bret A. Payseur.
Systematic Biology (2001)
Comparative recombination rates in the rat, mouse, and human genomes.
Michael I. Jensen-Seaman;Terrence S. Furey;Bret A. Payseur;Yontao Lu.
Genome Research (2004)
Genomic signatures of selection at linked sites: unifying the disparity among species
Asher D. Cutter;Bret A. Payseur.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2013)
A genomic perspective on hybridization and speciation.
Bret A. Payseur;Loren H. Rieseberg;Loren H. Rieseberg.
Molecular Ecology (2016)
DIFFERENTIAL PATTERNS OF INTROGRESSION ACROSS THE X CHROMOSOME IN A HYBRID ZONE BETWEEN TWO SPECIES OF HOUSE MICE
Bret A. Payseur;James G. Krenz;Michael W. Nachman.
Recombination rate variation and speciation: theoretical predictions and empirical results from rabbits and mice
Michael W. Nachman;Bret A. Payseur.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2012)
Genome-wide patterns of gene flow across a house mouse hybrid zone
Katherine C. Teeter;Bret A. Payseur;Leslie W. Harris;Margaret A. Bakewell.
Genome Research (2007)
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