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Nuclear gene-inferred phylogenies resolve the relationships of the enigmatic Pygmy Sunfishes, Elassoma (Teleostei: Percomorpha).
A method for assessing mitochondrial bioenergetics in whole white adipose tissues
Evolutionary relationships and historical biogeography of pygmy sunfishes (Percomorphacea: Elassoma)
- Michael W. Sandel
- Environmental Science
Migration of mitochondrial DNA in the nuclear genome of colorectal adenocarcinoma
The discovery of increased copies of nuclear mtDNA (NUMT) in colorectal adenocarcinomas is reported, which supports link between mtDNA and genomic instability in the nucleus and reveals that numtogenesis plays an important role in the development of cancer.
Mitochondrial – nuclear genetic interaction modulates whole body metabolism, adiposity and gene expression in vivo
Aging and energetics’ ‘Top 40’ future research opportunities 2010-2013
The field is rich with exciting opportunities to build upon the existing knowledge about the relations among aspects of aging and aspects of energetics and to better understand the mechanisms which connect them.
Origins and evolution of extreme life span in Pacific Ocean rockfishes
- Sree Rohit Raj Kolora, Gregory L. Owens, P. Sudmant
- Biology, Environmental ScienceScience
- 12 November 2021
Genomes generated from rockfish species of different life spans elucidates the genetic determinants of aging and highlights the genetic innovations that underlie life history trait adaptations and, in turn, how they shape genomic diversity.
Interspecific relationships and the evolution of sexual dimorphism in pygmy sunfishes (Centrarchidae: Elassoma).
Threatened fishes of the world: Elassoma okatie Rohde and Arndt 1987 (Elassomatidae)
Elassoma boehlkei is an associate of the evolutionarily distinct Lake Waccamaw fauna, endemic to the lake and surrounding areas, and in northeastern South Carolina a population is found in old ricefield ditches near Georgetown.
The Utility of Mitochondrial and Y Chromosome Phylogenetic Data to Improve Correction for Population Stratification
Preliminary evidence is provided to support the theoretical concept that mtDNA and chr:Y data can be informative in locating the PCs that are most associated with evolutionary history of populations that are being studied, although the utility of such information will depend on the specific situation.