2006 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
2005 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Michael D. Purugganan mainly focuses on Genetics, Domestication, Gene, Oryza sativa and Genetic variation. The various areas that Michael D. Purugganan examines in his Domestication study include Human ecology, Paleoethnobotany, Botany and Genomics of domestication. His Botany research includes elements of Evolutionary biology and Gene flow.
His work in Oryza sativa addresses subjects such as Japonica, which are connected to disciplines such as Subspecies, Selection coefficient, Selective sweep and Mutation. His Genetic variation course of study focuses on Allele and Cline and Locus. The concepts of his Single-nucleotide polymorphism study are interwoven with issues in Population bottleneck and Oryza.
Michael D. Purugganan mainly investigates Genetics, Gene, Evolutionary biology, Domestication and Genome. His Genetics study is mostly concerned with Genetic variation, Arabidopsis, Allele, Quantitative trait locus and Arabidopsis thaliana. His Genetic variation study incorporates themes from Nucleotide diversity, Single-nucleotide polymorphism and Population genetics.
His study in Evolutionary biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Natural selection, Molecular evolution, Phylogenetic tree and Genomics. His Domestication research integrates issues from Plant genetics, Oryza sativa, Botany and Introgression. His Oryza sativa study combines topics in areas such as Japonica, Selective sweep and Reference genome.
His main research concerns Domestication, Evolutionary biology, Genome, Gene and Oryza sativa. His Domestication study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Oryza glaberrima, Genetic variation, Introgression and Genomics. Michael D. Purugganan has included themes like Taxon, Range and Center of origin in his Evolutionary biology study.
His Genome study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mammillaria, Cactus, Genus and Sequence assembly. His Gene study is focused on Genetics in general. His Oryza sativa research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Japonica, Nanopore sequencing, Selective sweep and Reference genome.
Michael D. Purugganan mostly deals with Domestication, Evolutionary biology, Gene, Genomics and Introgression. His studies deal with areas such as Oryza and Genome as well as Domestication. Michael D. Purugganan interconnects Global population, Plant species and Genetic variation in the investigation of issues within Genome.
His work deals with themes such as Range, Plant genetics, Single-nucleotide polymorphism and Paleoethnobotany, which intersect with Evolutionary biology. His Gene research is under the purview of Genetics. Michael D. Purugganan combines subjects such as Zoology, Gene flow and Crop wild relative with his study of Introgression.
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Plant phenotypic plasticity in a changing climate
A.B. Nicotra;O.K. Atkin;S.P. Bonser;A.M. Davidson.
Trends in Plant Science (2010)
The nature of selection during plant domestication
Michael D. Purugganan;Dorian Q. Fuller.
Evolution of crop species: genetics of domestication and diversification
Rachel S. Meyer;Michael D. Purugganan;Michael D. Purugganan.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2013)
A Multiparent Advanced Generation Inter-Cross to Fine-Map Quantitative Traits in Arabidopsis thaliana
Paula X. Kover;Paula X. Kover;William Valdar;Joseph Trakalo;Nora Scarcelli.
PLOS Genetics (2009)
A latitudinal cline in flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana modulated by the flowering time gene FRIGIDA
John R. Stinchcombe;Cynthia Weinig;Mark Ungerer;Kenneth M. Olsen.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Molecular evolution of flower development: diversification of the plant MADS-box regulatory gene family.
M D Purugganan;S D Rounsley;R J Schmidt;M F Yanofsky.
The evolutionary dynamics of plant duplicate genes.
Richard C Moore;Michael D Purugganan.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2005)
Molecular evidence for a single evolutionary origin of domesticated rice
Jeanmaire Molina;Martin Sikora;Nandita Garud;Jonathan M. Flowers.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Genome-Wide Patterns of Nucleotide Polymorphism in Domesticated Rice
Ana L Caicedo;Scott H Williamson;Ryan D Hernandez;Adam Boyko.
PLOS Genetics (2005)
Current perspectives and the future of domestication studies
Greger Larson;Dolores R. Piperno;Robin G. Allaby;Michael D. Purugganan.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
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