Tom White
Tom White
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Bern/Cornell University
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Adaptive evolution during an ongoing range expansion: the invasive bank vole (Myodes glareolus) in Ireland
TA White, SE Perkins, G Heckel, JB Searle
Molecular Ecology 22 (11), 2971-2985, 2013
Climate-mediated movement of an avian hybrid zone
SA Taylor, TA White, WM Hochachka, V Ferretti, RL Curry, I Lovette
Current Biology 24 (6), 671-676, 2014
Genomic and morphological analysis of a semipermeable avian hybrid zone suggests asymmetrical introgression of a sexual signal
DT Baldassarre, TA White, J Karubian, MS Webster
Evolution 68 (9), 2644-2657, 2014
Gene flow and the maintenance of species boundaries
EL Larson, TA White, CL Ross, RG Harrison
Molecular Ecology 23 (7), 1668-1678, 2014
The ecoimmunology of invasive species
TA White, SE Perkins
Functional Ecology 26 (6), 1313-1323, 2012
Spatiotemporally consistent genomic signatures of reproductive isolation in a moving hybrid zone
SA Taylor, RL Curry, TA White, V Ferretti, I Lovette
Evolution 68 (11), 3066-3081, 2014
Genetic diversity and population size: island populations of the common shrew, Sorex araneus
TA White, JB Searle
Molecular Ecology 16 (10), 2005-2016, 2007
Integrative approaches to guide conservation decisions: Using genomics to define conservation units and functional corridors
S Barbosa, F Mestre, TA White, J Paupério, PC Alves, JB Searle
Molecular Ecology 27 (17), 3452-3465, 2018
Local selection and population structure in a deep‐sea fish, the roundnose grenadier (Coryphaenoides rupestris)
TA White, J Stamford, A Rus Hoelzel
Molecular Ecology 19 (2), 216-226, 2010
A network approach to study karyotypic evolution: the chromosomal races of the common shrew (Sorex araneus) and house mouse (Mus musculus) as model systems
TA White, M Bordewich, JB Searle
Systematic biology 59 (3), 262-276, 2010
Comparative genomic assessment of novel broad‐spectrum targets for antibacterial drugs
TA White, DB Kell
Comparative and functional genomics 5 (4), 304-327, 2004
Unexpected panmixia in a long‐lived, deep‐sea fish with well‐defined spawning habitat and relatively low fecundity
TA White, S Stefanni, J Stamford, AR Hoelzel
Molecular ecology 18 (12), 2563-2573, 2009
Factors explaining increased body size in common shrews (Sorex araneus) on Scottish islands
TA White, JB Searle
Journal of Biogeography 34 (2), 356-363, 2007
Genetic panmixia and demographic dependence across the North Atlantic in the deep-sea fish, blue hake (Antimora rostrata)
TA White, HA Fotherby, PA Stephens, AR Hoelzel
Heredity 106 (4), 690-699, 2011
Understanding the basis of diminished gene flow between hybridizing chromosome races of the house mouse
MD Gimenez, TA White, HC Hauffe, T Panithanarak, JB Searle
Evolution 67 (5), 1446-1462, 2013
Natural hybridization between extremely divergent chromosomal races of the common shrew (Sorex araneus, Soricidae, Soricomorpha): hybrid zone in European …
N Bulatova, RM Jones, TA White, NA Shchipanov, SV Pavlova, JB Searle
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (3), 573-586, 2011
Range expansion in an invasive small mammal: influence of life-history and habitat quality
TA White, MG Lundy, WI Montgomery, S Montgomery, SE Perkins, ...
Biological Invasions 14, 2203-2215, 2012
Adaptive evolution of deep-sea amphipods from the superfamily Lysiassanoidea in the North Atlantic
LJ Corrigan, T Horton, H Fotherby, TA White, AR Hoelzel
Evolutionary Biology 41, 154-165, 2014
Natural hybridization between extremely divergent chromosomal races of the common shrew (Sorex araneus, Soricidae, Soricomorpha): hybrid zone in Siberia
AV Polyakov, TA White, RM Jones, PM Borodin, JB Searle
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (7), 1393-1402, 2011
Post-glacial colonization of Europe by the wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus: evidence of a northern refugium and dispersal with humans
JS Herman, F Jóhannesdóttir, EP Jones, AD McDevitt, JR Michaux, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120 (2), 313-332, 2017
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