Peter Smouse
Peter Smouse
Distinguished Professor of Ecology, Evolution & Natural Resources, Rutgers University
Verified email at rutgers.edu
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GENALEX 6: Genetic analysis in Excel. Population genetic software for teaching and research
R PEAKAL, PE SMOUSE
Molecular Ecology Notes 6, 288-295, 2006
192092006
Analysis of molecular variance inferred from metric distances among DNA haplotypes: application to human mitochondrial DNA restriction data.
L Excoffier, PE Smouse, JM Quattro
Genetics 131 (2), 479-491, 1992
148011992
Multiple regression and correlation extensions of the Mantel test of matrix correspondence
PE Smouse, JC Long, RR Sokal
Systematic zoology 35 (4), 627-632, 1986
22861986
A movement ecology paradigm for unifying organismal movement research
R Nathan, WM Getz, E Revilla, M Holyoak, R Kadmon, D Saltz, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (49), 19052-19059, 2008
18582008
Spatial autocorrelation analysis of individual multiallele and multilocus genetic structure
PE Smouse, R Peakall
Heredity 82 (5), 561-573, 1999
11091999
RAPD variation within and among natural populations of outcrossing buffalograss [BuchloŽ dactyloides (Nutt.) Engelm.]
DR Huff, R Peakall, PE Smouse
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 86 (8), 927-934, 1993
9691993
Using allele frequencies and geographic subdivision to reconstruct gene trees within a species: Molecular variance parsimony.
SPE Excoffier L
GENETICS 136, 343-359., 1994
5151994
The Carroll rating scale for depression. I. Development, reliability and validation
BJ Carroll, M Feinberg, PE Smouse, SG Rawson, JF Greden
Br J Psychiatry 138 (3), 194-200, 1981
4981981
Evolutionary implications of allozyme and RAPD variation in diploid populations of dioecious buffalograss BuchloŽ dactyloides
R Peakall, PE Smouse, DR Huff
Molecular Ecology 4 (2), 135-148, 1995
4391995
Demographic consequences of inbreeding in remnant populations
LS Mills, PE Smouse
The American Naturalist 144 (3), 412-431, 1994
3871994
Genetic analysis of landscape connectivity in tree populations
VL Sork, PE Smouse
Landscape ecology 21 (6), 821-836, 2006
3372006
Two‐generation analysis of pollen flow across a landscape. I. Male gamete heterogeneity among females
PE Smouse, RJ Dyer, RD Westfall, VL Sork
Evolution 55 (2), 260-271, 2001
3182001
Using genetic markers to estimate the pollen dispersal curve
F Austerlitz, CW Dick, C Dutech, EK Klein, S Oddou‐Muratorio, ...
Molecular ecology 13 (4), 937-954, 2004
3162004
Pollen movement in declining populations of California Valley oak, Quercus lobata: where have all the fathers gone?
VL Sork, FW Davis, PE Smouse, VJ Apsit, RJ Dyer, JF Fernandez‐M, ...
Molecular Ecology 11 (9), 1657-1668, 2002
2632002
Parentage analysis with genetic markers in natural populations. I. The expected proportion of offspring with unambiguous paternity.
R Chakraborty, TR Meagher, PE Smouse
Genetics 118 (3), 527-536, 1988
2411988
Stochastic modelling of animal movement
PE Smouse, S Focardi, PR Moorcroft, JG Kie, JD Forester, JM Morales
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365†…, 2010
2382010
GenAlEx V5: genetic analysis in Excel. Population genetic software for teaching and research. Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
R Peakall, PE Smouse
2342001
Measuring pollen flow in forest trees: an exposition of alternative approaches
PE Smouse, VL Sork
Forest Ecology and Management 197 (1-3), 21-38, 2004
2332004
Matrix correlation analysis in anthropology and genetics
PE Smouse, JC Long
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 35 (S15), 187-213, 1992
2161992
A heterogeneity test for fine‐scale genetic structure
PE Smouse, ROD Peakall, EVA Gonzales
Molecular ecology 17 (14), 3389-3400, 2008
1832008
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