Kara Layton
Kara Layton
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Mississauga
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Patterns of DNA barcode variation in Canadian marine molluscs
KKS Layton, AL Martel, PDN Hebert
PloS one 9 (4), e95003, 2014
The era of reference genomes in conservation genomics
G Formenti, K Theissinger, C Fernandes, I Bista, A Bombarely, C Bleidorn, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 37 (3), 197-202, 2022
Biodiversity inventories in high gear: DNA barcoding facilitates a rapid biotic survey of a temperate nature reserve
AC Telfer, MR Young, J Quinn, K Perez, CN Sobel, JE Sones, ...
Biodiversity data journal, 2015
How genomics can help biodiversity conservation
K Theissinger, C Fernandes, G Formenti, I Bista, PR Berg, C Bleidorn, ...
Trends in genetics 39 (7), 545-559, 2023
A reference library for Canadian invertebrates with 1.5 million barcodes, voucher specimens, and DNA samples
JR DeWaard, S Ratnasingham, EV Zakharov, AV Borisenko, D Steinke, ...
Scientific Data 6 (1), 308, 2019
Life in a drop: sampling environmental DNA for marine fishery management and ecosystem monitoring
J Gilbey, G Carvalho, R Castilho, I Coscia, MW Coulson, G Dahle, ...
Marine Policy 124, 104331, 2021
Exploring Canadian echinoderm diversity through DNA barcodes
KKS Layton, EA Corstorphine, PDN Hebert
PloS one 11 (11), e0166118, 2016
Genomic evidence of past and future climate-linked loss in a migratory Arctic fish
KKS Layton, PVR Snelgrove, JB Dempson, T Kess, SJ Lehnert, P Bentzen, ...
Nature Climate Change, 2021
Flexible colour patterns obscure identification and mimicry in Indo-Pacific Chromodoris nudibranchs (Gastropoda: Chromodorididae)
KKS Layton, TM Gosliner, NG Wilson
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 124, 27-36, 2018
Resolving fine-scale population structure and fishery exploitation using sequenced microsatellites in a northern fish
KKS Layton, JB Dempson, PVR Snelgrove, SJ Duffy, AM Messmer, ...
Evolutionary Applications, 2020
Limited genetic parallelism underlies recent, repeated incipient speciation in geographically proximate populations of an Arctic fish (Salvelinus alpinus)
SJ Salisbury, GR McCracken, R Perry, D Keefe, KKS Layton, T Kess, ...
Molecular Ecology 29 (22), 4280-4294, 2020
Harnessing the power of multi‐omics data for predicting climate change response
KKS Layton, IR Bradbury
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (6), 1064-1072, 2022
Dietary tracers in Bathyarca glacialis from contrasting trophic regions in the Canadian Arctic
B Gaillard, T Meziane, R Tremblay, P Archambault, KKS Layton, AL Martel, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 536, 175-186, 2015
Geographic patterns of genetic diversity in two species complexes of Canadian marine bivalves
KKS Layton, AL Martel, PDN Hebert
Journal of Molluscan Studies 82 (2), 282-291, 2016
A putative structural variant and environmental variation associated with genomic divergence across the Northwest Atlantic in Atlantic Halibut
T Kess, AL Einfeldt, B Wringe, SJ Lehnert, KKS Layton, MC McBride, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 78 (7), 2371-2384, 2021
Mimicry and mitonuclear discordance in nudibranchs: New insights from exon capture phylogenomics
KKS Layton, JI Carvajal, NG Wilson
Ecology and Evolution 10 (21), 11966-11982, 2020
Molecular evidence for multiple introductions of the banded grove snail (Cepaea nemoralis) in North America
KKS Layton, CPK Warne, A Nicolai, A Ansart, JR deWaard
Canadian Journal of Zoology 97 (4), 392-398, 2019
Climate-forced change in Hudson Bay seawater composition and temperature, Arctic Canada
U Brand, RE Came, H Affek, K Azmy, R Mooi, K Layton
Chemical Geology 388, 78-86, 2014
Model-based evaluation of the genetic impacts of farm-escaped Atlantic salmon on wild populations
IR Bradbury, S Duffy, SJ Lehnert, R Johannsson, JH Fridriksson, ...
Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 2020
A newly discovered radiation of endoparasitic gastropods and their coevolution with asteroid hosts in Antarctica
KKS Layton, GW Rouse, NG Wilson
BMC Evolutionary Biology 19, 180, 2019
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