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2017Bioclimatic transect networks: Powerful observatories of ecological changeEvans, Bradley; Wardle, Glenda; Andersen, A; Aspinwall, M; Breed, M; Byrne, M; Caddy-Retalic, S; Christmas, M; Dong, Ning; Fordham, D; Guerin, G; Hoffmann, A; Hughes, A; Lowe, Andrew; Mcinerney, F; Prober, S; Rossetto, M; Rymer, P; Steane, D; van Leeuwen, S; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES)Bioclimatic transect networks: Powerful observatories of ecological change, Ecology and Evolution, vol.7, 13, 2017,pp 4607-4619
2012A High Density SNP Array for the Domestic Horse and Extant Perissodactyla: Utility for Association Mapping, Genetic Diversity, and Phylogeny StudiesGurr, Jessica; Wade, Claire; Bailey, E.; Bannasch, Danika; Binns, Matthew; Distl, Ottmar; et al, Various; Guerin, G; Hasegawa, T.; Hill, E W; McCue, Molly E.; Petersen, Jessica; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty AdminA High Density SNP Array for the Domestic Horse and Extant Perissodactyla: Utility for Association Mapping, Genetic Diversity, and Phylogeny Studies, PLoS Genetics, vol.8, 1, 2012,pp e1002451-N/A
2003The second generation of the international equine gene mapping workshop half-sibling linkage mapEllis, Natasha; Tammen, Imke; Anderson, I.; Antczak, D. F.; Bailey, E.; Bell, K.; Bernoco, D.; Biros, I.; Bjornstad, G.; Bowling, A. T.; Brandon, R.; Caetano, Alexandre R.; Cholewinski, G.; Colling, D.; Eggleston, M.; Flynn, J.; Gralak, B.; Guerin, G; Hasegawa, T.; Ketchum, M.; Lindgren, G.; Lyons, L. A.; Mariat, D.; Millon, L. V.; Murray, J.; Neau, A.; Roed, K.; Sandburg, K.; Skow, L. C.; Tozaki, T.; Van Dyk, E.; Weiss, B.; Young, A.; Ziegle, J.; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyThe second generation of the international equine gene mapping workshop half-sibling linkage map, Animal Genetics, vol.34,(3),2003,pp 161-168