Lab Meeting

Spring 2019

Jan 23- Kierepka and Latch- High gene flow in the American badger overrides habitat preferences and limits broadscale genetic structure
Jan 30- Kim et al- Comparison of carnivore, omnivore, and herbivore mammalian genomes with a new leopard assembly
Feb 6- Giglio et al- Pedigree‐based genetic management improves bison conservation
Feb 13- Thybert et al- Repeat associated mechanisms of genome evolution
and function revealed by the Mus caroli and Mus pahari genomes
Feb 20- Young et al- Conserved transcriptomic profiles underpin monogamy
across vertebrates
Feb 27- Baurens et al-Recombination and Large Structural Variations Shape Interspecific Edible Bananas Genomes
March 6- No Meeting- Spring Break
March 13- Hu et al- Comparative genomics reveals convergent evolution between the bamboo-eating giant and red pandas
March 20- Kaelin and Barsh-Genetics of Pigmentation in Dogs and Cats
March 27- Mallarino et al- Developmental mechanisms of stripe patterns in rodents
April 3- No Meeting- Association of Southeastern Biologists Meeting
April 10- Imsland et al- Regulatory mutations in TBX3disrupt asymmetric hair pigmentation that underlies Dun camouflage color in horses
April 17- Pimiento et al- Evolutionary pathways toward gigantism in sharks and rays
April 24- No Meeting- Eastern Black Bear Workshop
May 1- Mitterboeck et al- Positive and relaxed selection associated with flight evolution and loss in insect transcriptomes