Giulia Zancolli
Giulia Zancolli
Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne
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Predictors of elevational biodiversity gradients change from single taxa to the multi-taxa community level
MK Peters, A Hemp, T Appelhans, C Behler, A Classen, F Detsch, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 1-11, 2016
When one phenotype is not enough: Divergent evolutionary trajectories govern venom variation in a widespread rattlesnake species
G Zancolli, JJ Calvete, MD Cardwell, HW Greene, WK Hayes, MJ Hegarty, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1898), 20182735, 2019
Comparative landscape genetics of two river frog species occurring at different elevations on Mount Kilimanjaro
G Zancolli, MO Rödel, I Steffan‐Dewenter, A Storfer
Molecular Ecology 23 (20), 4989-5002, 2014
Is hybridization a source of adaptive venom variation in rattlesnakes? A test, using a Crotalus scutulatus× viridis hybrid zone in southwestern New Mexico
G Zancolli, TG Baker, A Barlow, RK Bradley, JJ Calvete, KC Carter, ...
Toxins 8 (6), 188, 2016
Amphibian diversity on the roof of A frica: unveiling the effects of habitat degradation, altitude and biogeography
G Zancolli, I Steffan‐Dewenter, MO Rödel
Diversity and distributions 20 (3), 297-308, 2014
Widespread vulnerability of Malagasy predators to the toxins of an introduced toad
BM Marshall, NR Casewell, M Vences, F Glaw, F Andreone, ...
Current Biology 28 (11), R654-R655, 2018
Reptiles as reservoirs of bacterial infections: real threat or methodological bias?
G Zancolli, D Mahsberg, W Sickel, A Keller
Microbial ecology 70 (3), 579-584, 2015
Venom on-a-chip: a fast and efficient method for comparative venomics
G Zancolli, L Sanz, JJ Calvete, W Wüster
Toxins 9 (6), 179, 2017
Detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in River Frogs (Genus Amietia) on Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
G Zancolli, A Storfer, MO Rödel
Herpetological Review 44 (4), 611-614, 2013
Venom systems as models for studying the origin and regulation of evolutionary novelties
G Zancolli, NR Casewell
Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2020
Sex, food, and dimorphism: insights into the trophic ecology of Euproctus platycephalus
G Sotgiu, C Angelini, G Zancolli, C Giacoma, S Bovero
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 12 (3), 683-687, 2017
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