Madhvi Venkatraman
Madhvi Venkatraman
NSF PRFB/ University of South Florida/ Smithsonian Center for Conservation Genomics
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Insect noise avoidance in the dawn chorus of Neotropical birds
CQ Stanley, MH Walter, MX Venkatraman, GS Wilkinson
Animal Behaviour 112, 255-265, 2016
Cloudy with a chance of speciation: integrative taxonomy reveals extraordinary divergence within a Mesoamerican cloud forest bird
MX Venkatraman, DA Deraad, WLE Tsai, E Zarza, AJ Zellmer, JM Maley, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126 (1), 1-15, 2019
The Contribution of Genomics to Bird Conservation
L Cassin-Sackett, AJ Welch, MX Venkatraman, TE Callicrate, ...
Avian Genomics in Ecology and Evolution, 295-330, 2019
Identification of novel bacterial biomarkers to detect bird scavenging by invasive rats
CR Muletz‐Wolz, E Wilson Rankin, S McGrath‐Blaser, M Venkatraman, ...
Ecology and Evolution 11 (4), 1814-1828, 2021
A distinctive genetic footprint of ancient hybridization
JE Mccormack, MX Venkatraman
The Auk 130 (3), 469-475, 2013
Comparative Analysis of Annotation Pipelines Using the First Japanese White-Eye (Zosterops japonicus) Genome
M Venkatraman, RC Fleischer, MTN Tsuchiya
Genome Biology and Evolution 13 (5), evab063, 2021
On the brink of explosion? Identifying the source and potential spread of introduced Zosterops white-eyes in North America
DA DeRaad, ME Cobos, NR Hofmeister, LH DeCicco, MX Venkatraman, ...
Biological Invasions, 1-25, 2024
What makes a successful invader? Population genomics and adaptation to novel environments in the invasive Japanese white-eye (Zosterops japonicus)
M Venkatraman
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