Philip Lavretsky
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Speciation genomics and a role for the Z chromosome in the early stages of divergence between Mexican ducks and mallards
P Lavretsky, JM Dacosta, BE Hernández‐Baños, A Engilis Jr, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (21), 5364-5378, 2015
652015
Phylogenetics of a recent radiation in the mallards and allies (Aves: Anas): inferences from a genomic transect and the multispecies coalescent
P Lavretsky, KG McCracken, JL Peters
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 70, 402-411, 2014
522014
Becoming pure: identifying generational classes of admixed individuals within lesser and greater scaup populations
P Lavretsky, JL Peters, K Winker, V Bahn, I Kulikova, YN Zhuravlev, ...
Molecular Ecology 25 (3), 661-674, 2016
382016
Population genomic data delineate conservation units in mottled ducks (Anas fulvigula)
JL Peters, P Lavretsky, JM DaCosta, RR Bielefeld, JC Feddersen, ...
Biological Conservation 203, 272-281, 2016
372016
Genetic admixture supports an ancient hybrid origin of the endangered H awaiian duck
P Lavretsky, A Engilis Jr, JM Eadie, JL Peters
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 (5), 1005-1015, 2015
372015
Mito‐nuclear discord in six congeneric lineages of Holarctic ducks (genus Anas)
JL Peters, K Winker, KC Millam, P Lavretsky, I Kulikova, RE Wilson, ...
Molecular Ecology 23 (12), 2961-2974, 2014
322014
Rapid radiation and hybridization contribute to weak differentiation and hinder phylogenetic inferences in the New World Mallard complex (Anas spp.)
P Lavretsky, BE Hernández-Baños, JL Peters
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 131 (4), 524-538, 2014
282014
Interspecific hybridization contributes to high genetic diversity and apparent effective population size in an endemic population of mottled ducks (Anas fulvigula maculosa)
JL Peters, SA Sonsthagen, P Lavretsky, M Rezsutek, WP Johnson, ...
Conservation Genetics 15 (3), 509-520, 2014
262014
ddRAD‐seq data reveal significant genome‐wide population structure and divergent genomic regions that distinguish the mallard and close relatives in North America
P Lavretsky, JM DaCosta, MD Sorenson, KG McCracken, JL Peters
Molecular Ecology 28 (10), 2594-2609, 2019
242019
Identifying hybrids & the genomics of hybridization: Mallards & American black ducks of Eastern North America
P Lavretsky, T Janzen, KG McCracken
Ecology and evolution 9 (6), 3470-3490, 2019
232019
Introgressive hybridization of redband trout in the upper McCloud River watershed
RE Simmons, P Lavretsky, B May
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139 (1), 201-213, 2010
232010
Assessing changes in genomic divergence following a century of human‐mediated secondary contact among wild and captive‐bred ducks
P Lavretsky, NR McInerney, JE Mohl, JI Brown, HF James, KG McCracken, ...
Molecular ecology 29 (3), 578-595, 2020
172020
Migration-Selection Balance Drives Genetic Differentiation in Genes Associated with High-Altitude Function in the Speckled Teal (Anas flavirostris) in the Andes
AM Graham, P Lavretsky, V Muñoz-Fuentes, AJ Green, RE Wilson, ...
Genome biology and evolution 10 (1), 14-32, 2018
132018
Persistence of an endangered native duck, feral mallards, and multiple hybrid swarms across the main Hawaiian Islands
CP Wells, P Lavretsky, MD Sorenson, JL Peters, JM DaCosta, S Turnbull, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (24), 5203-5216, 2019
122019
Exploring fall migratory patterns of American black ducks using eight decades of band‐recovery data
P Lavretsky, JH Miller, V Bahn, JL Peters
The Journal of Wildlife Management 78 (6), 997-1004, 2014
112014
Deboning knife
P Lavretsky
US Patent 8,382,562, 2013
72013
Coast to coast: High genomic connectivity in North American scoters
SA Sonsthagen, RE Wilson, P Lavretsky, SL Talbot
Ecology and evolution 9 (12), 7246-7261, 2019
62019
Population genomics and phylogeography
J Ottenburghs, P Lavretsky, JL Peters, T Kawakami, RHS Kraus
Avian genomics in ecology and evolution, 237-265, 2019
52019
Major histocompatibility I gene diversity in the critically endangered Laysan duck (Anas laysanensis).
P Lavretsky, A Engilis Jr, JL Peters
Pacific Conservation Biology 20 (1), 86-93, 2014
42014
New primers reveal the presence of a duplicate histone H3 in the marine turtle leech Ozobranchus branchiatus
P Lavretsky, TM Truong, AE McGowin, GH Balazs, JL Peters
Conservation Genetics Resources 4 (2), 487-490, 2012
42012
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