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Lunt, D. H., K. M. Ibrahim, and G. M. Hewitt (1998) MtDNA phylogeography and postglacial patterns of subdivision in the meadow grasshopper Chorthippus parallelus Heredity 80:633-641. PDF A 300 bp portion of the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI) gene was used to investigate the intraspecific genetic structure...

Whipple, L. E., D. H. Lunt, and B. C. Hyman (1998) Mitochondrial DNA length variation in Meloidogyne incognita isolates of established genetic relationships: utility for nematode population studies. FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED NEMATOLOGY 21:265-271. (PDF) Six Meloidogyne incognita isolates with previously characterized genetic relationships were used to...

A main interest of my lab is in the processes that determine genome content, structure and change. To what extent do the primary forces of evolution (recombination, effective population size, mutation and natural selection) cause differences in genome content between different taxa and lineages of...

Most of my research projects involve evolutionary analysis of DNA sequence data, from phylogenetics to comparative genomics. Although phylogenetic approaches are widespread in many areas of biology they are largely underused for very large-scale sequence datasets and the analysis of genome-scale data.  ...

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