Nick Barts
Nick Barts
Postdoctoral Fellow
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Molecular evolution and expression of oxygen transport genes in livebearing fishes (Poeciliidae) from hydrogen sulfide rich springs
N Barts, R Greenway, CN Passow, L Arias-Rodriguez, JL Kelley, M Tobler
Genome 61 (4), 273-286, 2018
132018
Habitat use by two extremophile, highly endemic, and critically endangered fish species (Gambusia eurystoma and Poecilia sulphuraria; Poeciliidae)
ZW Culumber, GW Hopper, N Barts, CN Passow, S Morgan, A Brown, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26 (6), 1155-1167, 2016
112016
Convergent evolution of conserved mitochondrial pathways underlies repeated adaptation to extreme environments
R Greenway, N Barts, C Henpita, AP Brown, LA Rodriguez, CMR Peña, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (28), 16424-16430, 2020
102020
Nowhere to swim: interspecific responses of prairie stream fishes in isolated pools during severe drought
GW Hopper, KB Gido, CA Pennock, SC Hedden, BD Frenette, N Barts, ...
Aquatic Sciences 82 (2), 1-15, 2020
62020
Mitochondria and the origin of species: bridging genetic and ecological perspectives on speciation processes
M Tobler, N Barts, R Greenway
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (4), 900-911, 2019
62019
Detection of changes in mitochondrial hydrogen sulfide in vivo in the fish model Poecilia mexicana (Poeciliidae)
GY Lau, N Barts, RC Hartley, M Tobler, JG Richards, MP Murphy, S Arndt
Biology open 8 (5), 2019
42019
Convergent evolution of conserved mitochondrial pathways underlies repeated adaptation to extreme environments (vol 117, pg 16424, 2020)
R Greenway, N Barts, C Henpita, AP Brown, LA Rodriguez, CMR Pena, ...
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF …, 2020
12020
Evolution and expression of oxygen transport genes in replicated lineages of sulfide spring fishes
M Tobler, N Barts, CN Passow, R Greenway, JL Kelley
Integrative and Comparative Biology 57, E431-E431, 2017
12017
Anthony P. Brown, Lenin Arias Rodriguez, Carlos M. Rodríguez Peña, Sabine Arndt, Gigi Y. Lau, Michael P. Murphy, Lei Wu, Dingbo Lin, Jennifer H. Shaw, Joanna L. Kelley, and …
R Greenway, N Barts, C Henpita
PNAS 117 (35), 2020
2020
Exaptation as a possible mechanism facilitating invasion of extreme environments
N Barts, N Nieves, S Trojahn, J Kelley, M Tobler
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E280-E280, 2020
2020
Repeated mitochondrial evolution underlies adaptation to extreme environments
N Barts, R Greenway, C Henpita, S Arndt, J Shaw, J Kelley, M Tobler
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E12-E12, 2020
2020
Comparative physiology and the predictability of evolution in extreme environments
N Barts
2020
Comparative Analyses of Gene Expression Responses to Variation in Salinity across Distantly Related Fish Species
E Wilson, N Barts, J Coffin, J Kelley, M Tobler, R Greenway
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E435-E435, 2019
2019
Genetic, biochemical, and physiological adaptation in fish inhabiting sulfide-rich environments
N Barts, C Henpita, R Greenway, S Arndt, J Shaw, M Tobler
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E12-E12, 2019
2019
Reactive oxygen species and their role in H2S toxicity in Poecilia mexicana
NA Nieves, A Arner, M Tobler, N Barts
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E378-E378, 2019
2019
Metabolic Physiology of Extremophile Fish Inhabiting Hydrogen Sulfide-Rich Environments
N Barts, N Nieves, M Tobler
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 58, E12-E12, 2018
2018
Regulators or Conformers? Mechanisms of Sulfide Tolerance in an Extremophile Fish
N Barts, M Tobler
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 58, E274-E274, 2018
2018
The Aerobic Scope of an Extremophile Fish and its Significance for Metabolic Physiology in Hydrogen Sulfide Environments
N Barts, GA Keithline, M Tobler
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 57, E9-E9, 2017
2017
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