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Tom R. Booker
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Detecting positive selection in the genome
TR Booker, BC Jackson, PD Keightley
BMC biology 15, 1-10, 2017
1372017
Genetic diversity loss in the Anthropocene
M Exposito-Alonso, TR Booker, L Czech, L Gillespie, S Hateley, ...
Science 377 (6613), 1431-1435, 2022
1222022
Variation in recombination rate affects detection of outliers in genome scans under neutrality
TR Booker, S Yeaman, MC Whitlock
Molecular Ecology 29 (22), 4274-4279, 2020
782020
Inferring the frequency spectrum of derived variants to quantify adaptive molecular evolution in protein-coding genes of Drosophila melanogaster
PD Keightley, JL Campos, TR Booker, B Charlesworth
Genetics 203 (2), 975-984, 2016
442016
Global adaptation complicates the interpretation of genome scans for local adaptation
TR Booker, S Yeaman, MC Whitlock
Evolution Letters 5 (1), 4-15, 2021
36*2021
Understanding the factors that shape patterns of nucleotide diversity in the house mouse genome
TR Booker, PD Keightley
Molecular biology and evolution 35 (12), 2971-2988, 2018
362018
The recombination landscape in wild house mice inferred using population genomic data
TR Booker, RW Ness, PD Keightley
Genetics 207 (1), 297-309, 2017
362017
The immediate costs and long‐term benefits of assisted gene flow in large populations
JA Grummer, TR Booker, R Matthey‐Doret, P Nietlisbach, AT Thomaz, ...
Conservation biology 36 (4), e13911, 2022
28*2022
The WZA: A window‐based method for characterizing genotype–environment associations
TR Booker, S Yeaman, JR Whiting, MC Whitlock
Molecular Ecology Resources 24 (2), e13768, 2024
162024
Using genetic relatedness to understand heterogeneous distributions of urban rat‐associated pathogens
KA Byers, TR Booker, M Combs, CG Himsworth, J Munshi‐South, ...
Evolutionary applications 14 (1), 198-209, 2021
152021
Inferring parameters of the distribution of fitness effects of new mutations when beneficial mutations are strongly advantageous and rare
TR Booker
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 10 (7), 2317-2326, 2020
152020
How useful are genomic data for predicting maladaptation to future climate?
BM Lind, R Candido‐Ribeiro, P Singh, M Lu, D Obreht Vidakovic, ...
Global Change Biology 30 (4), e17227, 2024
132024
Molecular evolution: breakthroughs and mysteries in Batesian mimicry
T Booker, RW Ness, D Charlesworth
Current Biology 25 (12), R506-R508, 2015
112015
Using genome scans to identify genes used repeatedly for adaptation
TR Booker, S Yeaman, MC Whitlock
Evolution 77 (3), 801-811, 2023
52023
Background selection under evolving recombination rates
TR Booker, BA Payseur, A Tigano
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1977), 20220782, 2022
52022
Haploid, diploid, and pooled exome capture recapitulate features of biology and paralogy in two non‐model tree species
BM Lind, M Lu, D Obreht Vidakovic, P Singh, TR Booker, SN Aitken, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 22 (1), 225-238, 2022
42022
Disentangling the genetic consequences of demographic change
JM Kreiner, TR Booker
Molecular Ecology 32 (2), 278-280, 2023
22023
Selective sweeps influence diversity over large regions of the mouse genome
TR Booker, BC Jackson, RJ Craig, B Charlesworth, PD Keightley
bioRxiv, 2021.06. 10.447924, 2021
22021
Core genes driving climate adaptation in plants
S Yeaman, J Whiting, T Booker, C Rougeux, B Lind, P Singh, M Lu, ...
2023
Mosaic haplotypes underlie repeated adaptation to whole genome duplication in Arabidopsis lyrata and Arabidopsis arenosa
M Bohutínská, E Petříková, TR Booker, J Vlček, G Šrámková, ...
2023
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