Avril M Harder
Avril M Harder
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow
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Rapid genetic adaptation to a novel environment despite a genome‐wide reduction in genetic diversity
JR Willoughby, AM Harder, JA Tennessen, KT Scribner, MR Christie
Molecular ecology 27 (20), 4041-4051, 2018
Thiamine deficiency in fishes: causes, consequences, and potential solutions
AM Harder, WR Ardren, AN Evans, MH Futia, CE Kraft, JE Marsden, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 28 (4), 865-886, 2018
Regional differentiation and extensive hybridization between mitochondrial clades of the Southern Ocean giant sea spider Colossendeis megalonyx
L Dietz, CP Arango, JS Dömel, KM Halanych, AM Harder, C Held, ...
Royal Society open science 2 (7), 140424, 2015
Diversity and distribution within the sea spider genus Pallenopsis (Chelicerata: Pycnogonida) in the Western Antarctic as revealed by mitochondrial DNA
AM Harder, KM Halanych, AR Mahon
Polar Biology 39 (4), 677-688, 2016
Nuclear and mitochondrial gene data support recent radiation within the sea spider species complex Pallenopsis patagonica
JS Doemel, RR Melzer, AM Harder, AR Mahon, F Leese
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 139, 2017
Among‐family variation in survival and gene expression uncovers adaptive genetic variation in a threatened fish
AM Harder, JR Willoughby, WR Ardren, MR Christie
Molecular Ecology 29 (6), 1035-1049, 2020
Incipient resistance to an effective pesticide results from genetic adaptation and the canalization of gene expression
X Yin, AS Martinez, A Perkins, MM Sparks, AM Harder, JR Willoughby, ...
Evolutionary Applications 14 (3), 847-859, 2021
Fish Out of (Salt) Water: Adaptation of an Ocean-Going Fish to Freshwater Environment
JR Willoughby, AM Harder, JM Doyle
National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, 2019
Peppered Moths and the Industrial Revolution: Barking Up the Wrong Tree?
AM Harder, JR Willoughby, JM Doyle
National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, 2019
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