Michael W. Bruford
I also collaborate with Michelle Bayes and colleagues, on the population genetics and social structure of savannah baboons and with the NPRG as a whole (especially Simon Bearder, Michelle Bayes and Paul Honess) on the phylogeny and phylogeography of galagos and lorises.
Coote, T. and Bruford, M.W. (1996) A set of human microsatellites amplify polymorphic markers in Old World Apes and Monkeys. J. Hered. 87: 406-410.
Bourke, AFG, Green, HAA and Bruford, MW. (1997) Parentage, reproductive skew and queen turnover in a multiple-queen ant analyzed with microsatellites. Proc. R. Soc Lond. B. 264: 277-283.
Barratt, E.M., Deaville, R., Burland, T.M., Bruford, M.W., Jones, G., Racey, P.A and Wayne, R.K. (1997) DNA answers the call for pipistrelle bat species. Nature 387:138-139.
Faulkes, CG, Abbott, DH, O'Brien, HP, Lau, L, Roy, MS, Wayne, RK and Bruford, MW. (1997) Micro- and macro geographic genetic structure of colonies of naked mole-rats, Heterocephalus glaber. Mol. Ecol. 6: 615-628.
Smith, T.B., Wayne, R.K., Girman, D.J. and Bruford, M.W. (1997) A role for ecotones in generating rainforest biodiversity. Science 276: 1855-1857.
Karp, A., Edwards, K.J., Bruford, M.W. et al (1997) Molecular technologies for biodiversity evaluation: opportunities and challenges. Nature Biotech. 15: 625-628.
Faulkes, C.G., Bennett, N.C., Bruford, M.W., O'Brien, H.P., Aguilar, G.H. and Jarvis, J.U.M. (1997) Ecological constraints drive social evolution in African mole-rats. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 264: 1619-1627.
Ciofi, C. and Bruford, M.W. (1998) Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in the Komododragon Varanus komodoensis. Mol. Ecol 134-136.
O'Ryan, C, Harley, EH, Bruford, MW, Beaumont, MA, Wayne, RK, Cherry, MI. (1998) Microsatelliteanalysis of genetic diversity in fragmented South African buffalo populations. Anim Cons. 1: 124-131.
Jordan, W.C. and Bruford, M.W. (1998) Mate choice and the MHC. Heredity 81:127-133.
Saccheri, IJ, Nichols, RA, Bruford, MW and Brakefield, PM. Estimation of inbreeding from genetic markers in bottlenecked populations of a butterfly: cryptic selection generates additional inbreeding. (1999) Genetics, Vol.151, 1053-1063.
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