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    • Modes and Mechanisms of Speciation 

      Schuler H; Hood GR; Egan SP; Feder JL (Wiley, 2016)
      In The Origin of Species, Charles Darwin described the formation of new species as the “mystery of mysteries”. More than 150 years after Darwin first posed the problem much progress has been made in discerning what creates ...
    • Speciation, Process of 

      Feder JL; Hood GR; Doellman MM; Schuler H; Miller A; Tait C; Glover MM; Meyers P (Elsevier, 2017)
      According to conservative estimates there are about 10 million eukaryotic species on Earth and perhaps as many as 100 million or even a trillion. Speciation is the process primarily responsible for this great diversity of ...
    • Target-Enriched Endosymbiont Sequencing (TEEseq): A New High-Throughput Sequencing Approach Applied to the Comprehensive Characterization of Endosymbionts 

      Schuler H; Lopez JA; Doellman MM; Hood GR; Egan SP; Feder JL (Springer, 2019)
      Intracellular bacteria are ubiquitous in the insect world, with perhaps the best-studied example being the alphaproteobacterium, Wolbachia. Like most endosymbionts, Wolbachia cannot be cultivated outside of its host cells, ...