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Kimberly J. Gilbert
Kimberly J. Gilbert
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The availability of research data declines rapidly with article age
TH Vines, AYK Albert, RL Andrew, F Débarre, DG Bock, MT Franklin, ...
Current biology 24 (1), 94-97, 2014
4372014
Recommendations for utilizing and reporting population genetic analyses: the reproducibility of genetic clustering using the program STRUCTURE (vol 21, pg 4925, 2012)
KJ Gilbert, RL Andrew, DG Bock, MT Franklin, NC Kane, JS Moore, ...
MOLECULAR ECOLOGY 22 (8), 2357-2357, 2013
281*2013
Mandated data archiving greatly improves access to research data
TH Vines, RL Andrew, DG Bock, MT Franklin, KJ Gilbert, NC Kane, ...
The FASEB Journal 27 (4), 1304-1308, 2013
1502013
Evaluating methods for estimating local effective population size with and without migration
KJ Gilbert, MC Whitlock
Evolution 69 (8), 2154-2166, 2015
1322015
Local adaptation interacts with expansion load during range expansion: maladaptation reduces expansion load
KJ Gilbert, NP Sharp, AL Angert, GL Conte, JA Draghi, F Guillaume, ...
The American Naturalist 189 (4), 368-380, 2017
762017
Bayesian inference of a complex invasion history revealed by nuclear and chloroplast genetic diversity in the colonizing plant, Silene latifolia
SR Keller, KJ Gilbert, PD Fields, DR Taylor
Molecular Ecology, 2012
562012
OMA orthology in 2021: website overhaul, conserved isoforms, ancestral gene order and more
AM Altenhoff, CM Train, KJ Gilbert, I Mediratta, T Mendes de Farias, D Moi, ...
Nucleic acids research 49 (D1), D373-D379, 2021
512021
Relaxed selection during a recent human expansion
S Peischl, I Dupanloup, A Foucal, M Jomphe, V Bruat, JC Grenier, A Gouy, ...
Genetics 208 (2), 763-777, 2018
422018
QSTFST comparisons with unbalanced half‐sib designs
KJ Gilbert, MC Whitlock
Molecular ecology resources 15 (2), 262-267, 2015
392015
QST in a hierarchically structured population
MC WHITLOCK, KJ GILBERT
Molecular ecology resources, 2012
342012
Transition from background selection to associative overdominance promotes diversity in regions of low recombination
KJ Gilbert, F Pouyet, L Excoffier, S Peischl
Current Biology 30 (1), 101-107. e3, 2020
322020
Evolution of dispersal can rescue populations from expansion load
S Peischl, KJ Gilbert
The American Naturalist 195 (2), 349-360, 2020
252020
Mutation load dynamics during environmentally-driven range shifts
KJ Gilbert, S Peischl, L Excoffier
PLoS genetics 14 (9), e1007450, 2018
252018
Identifying the number of population clusters with structure: problems and solutions
KJ Gilbert
Molecular Ecology Resources 16 (3), 601-603, 2016
242016
Landscape structure and the genetic effects of a population collapse
SA Caplins, KJ Gilbert, C Ciotir, J Roland, SF Matter, N Keyghobadi
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1796), 20141798, 2014
232014
Patterns of genetic variation within and among populations in Arbutus unedo and its relation with selection and evolvability
X Santiso, L López, KJ Gilbert, R Barreiro, MC Whitlock, R Retuerto
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 17 (3), 185-192, 2015
222015
The genetics of adaptation to discrete heterogeneous environments: frequent mutation or large‐effect alleles can allow range expansion
KJ Gilbert, MC Whitlock
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (3), 591-602, 2017
192017
The distribution of mutational effects on fitness in Caenorhabditis elegans inferred from standing genetic variation
KJ Gilbert, S Zdraljevic, DE Cook, AD Cutter, EC Andersen, CF Baer
Genetics 220 (1), iyab166, 2022
72022
Effect of the anther‐smut fungus Microbotryum on the juvenile growth of its host Silene latifolia
J Antonovics, JL Abbate, EL Bruns, PD Fields, NJ Forrester, KJ Gilbert, ...
American Journal of Botany 105 (6), 1088-1095, 2018
52018
Towards an improved understanding of molecular evolution: the relative roles of selection, drift, and everything in between
F Pouyet, KJ Gilbert
Peer Community Journal 1, 2021
32021
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