Mr Hans Recknagel

  • Research Assistant (Institute of Biodiversity Animal Health & Comparative Medicine)

Publications

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Number of items: 11.

2019

McLennan, D., Recknagel, H. , Elmer, K.R. and Monaghan, P. (2019) Distinct telomere differences within a reproductively bimodal common lizard population. Functional Ecology, (Accepted for Publication)

2018

Hume, J. B., Recknagel, H. , Bean, C. W., , Adams, C. E. and Mable, B. K. (2018) RADseq and mate choice assays reveal unidirectional gene flow among three lamprey ecotypes despite weak assortative mating: Insights into the formation and stability of multiple ecotypes in sympatry. Molecular Ecology, 27(22), pp. 4572-4590. (doi:10.1111/mec.14881) (PMID:30252984)

Recknagel, H. , Kamenos, N. and Elmer, K. R. (2018) Common lizards break Dollo’s law of irreversibility: genome-wide phylogenomics support a single origin of viviparity and re-evolution of oviparity. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 127, pp. 579-588. (doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2018.05.029)

Recknagel, H. , Layton, M., Carey, R., Leitao, H., Sutherland, M. and Elmer, K. R. (2018) Melanism in common lizards (Squamata: Lacertidae: Zootoca vivipara): new evidence for a rare but widespread ancestral polymorphism. Herpetology Notes, 11, pp. 607-612.

2017

Recknagel, H. , Hooker, O. E., Adams, C. E. and Elmer, K. R. (2017) Ecosystem size predicts eco-morphological variability in a postglacial diversification. Ecology and Evolution, 7(15), pp. 5560-5570. (doi:10.1002/ece3.3013)

2015

Recknagel, H. , Jacobs, A., Herzyk, P. and Elmer, K. R. (2015) Double-digest RAD sequencing using Ion Proton semiconductor platform (ddRADseq-ion) with nonmodel organisms. Molecular Ecology Resources, 15(6), pp. 1316-1329. (doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12406) (PMID:25808755)

Recknagel, H. , Amos, A. and Elmer, K. R. (2015) Morphological and ecological variation among populations and subspecies of Burbot (Lota lota [L, 1758]) from the Mackenzie River Delta, Canada. Canadian Field-Naturalist, 128(4), pp. 377-384.

2014

Recknagel, H. , Elmer, K. R. and Meyer, A. (2014) Crater lake habitat predicts morphological diversity in adaptive radiations of cichild fishes. Evolution, 68(7), pp. 2145-2155. (doi:10.1111/evo.12412)

2013

Recknagel, H. , Elmer, K.R. , Noonan, B.P., Raselimanana, A.P., Meyer, A. and Vences, M. (2013) Multi-gene phylogeny of Madagascar’s plated lizards, Zonosaurus and Tracheloptychus (Squamata: Gerrhosauridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 69(3), pp. 1215-1221. (doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2013.06.013)

Recknagel, H. , Elmer, K. R. and Meyer, A. (2013) A hybrid genetic linkage map of two ecologically and morphologically divergent Midas Cichlid fishes (Amphilophus spp.) obtained by massively parallel DNA sequencing (ddRADSeq). G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 3(1), pp. 65-74. (doi:10.1534/g3.112.003897)

2012

Elmer, K. R. , Recknagel, H. , Thompson, A. and Meyer, A. (2012) Asymmetric admixture and morphological variability at a suture zone: parapatric burbot subspecies (Pisces) in the Mackenzie River basin, Canada. Hydrobiologia, 683(1), pp. 217-229. (doi:10.1007/s10750-011-0959-y)

This list was generated on Thu Jul 18 20:13:41 2019 BST.
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Number of items: 11.

Articles

McLennan, D., Recknagel, H. , Elmer, K.R. and Monaghan, P. (2019) Distinct telomere differences within a reproductively bimodal common lizard population. Functional Ecology, (Accepted for Publication)

Hume, J. B., Recknagel, H. , Bean, C. W., , Adams, C. E. and Mable, B. K. (2018) RADseq and mate choice assays reveal unidirectional gene flow among three lamprey ecotypes despite weak assortative mating: Insights into the formation and stability of multiple ecotypes in sympatry. Molecular Ecology, 27(22), pp. 4572-4590. (doi:10.1111/mec.14881) (PMID:30252984)

Recknagel, H. , Kamenos, N. and Elmer, K. R. (2018) Common lizards break Dollo’s law of irreversibility: genome-wide phylogenomics support a single origin of viviparity and re-evolution of oviparity. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 127, pp. 579-588. (doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2018.05.029)

Recknagel, H. , Layton, M., Carey, R., Leitao, H., Sutherland, M. and Elmer, K. R. (2018) Melanism in common lizards (Squamata: Lacertidae: Zootoca vivipara): new evidence for a rare but widespread ancestral polymorphism. Herpetology Notes, 11, pp. 607-612.

Recknagel, H. , Hooker, O. E., Adams, C. E. and Elmer, K. R. (2017) Ecosystem size predicts eco-morphological variability in a postglacial diversification. Ecology and Evolution, 7(15), pp. 5560-5570. (doi:10.1002/ece3.3013)

Recknagel, H. , Jacobs, A., Herzyk, P. and Elmer, K. R. (2015) Double-digest RAD sequencing using Ion Proton semiconductor platform (ddRADseq-ion) with nonmodel organisms. Molecular Ecology Resources, 15(6), pp. 1316-1329. (doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12406) (PMID:25808755)

Recknagel, H. , Amos, A. and Elmer, K. R. (2015) Morphological and ecological variation among populations and subspecies of Burbot (Lota lota [L, 1758]) from the Mackenzie River Delta, Canada. Canadian Field-Naturalist, 128(4), pp. 377-384.

Recknagel, H. , Elmer, K. R. and Meyer, A. (2014) Crater lake habitat predicts morphological diversity in adaptive radiations of cichild fishes. Evolution, 68(7), pp. 2145-2155. (doi:10.1111/evo.12412)

Recknagel, H. , Elmer, K.R. , Noonan, B.P., Raselimanana, A.P., Meyer, A. and Vences, M. (2013) Multi-gene phylogeny of Madagascar’s plated lizards, Zonosaurus and Tracheloptychus (Squamata: Gerrhosauridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 69(3), pp. 1215-1221. (doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2013.06.013)

Recknagel, H. , Elmer, K. R. and Meyer, A. (2013) A hybrid genetic linkage map of two ecologically and morphologically divergent Midas Cichlid fishes (Amphilophus spp.) obtained by massively parallel DNA sequencing (ddRADSeq). G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 3(1), pp. 65-74. (doi:10.1534/g3.112.003897)

Elmer, K. R. , Recknagel, H. , Thompson, A. and Meyer, A. (2012) Asymmetric admixture and morphological variability at a suture zone: parapatric burbot subspecies (Pisces) in the Mackenzie River basin, Canada. Hydrobiologia, 683(1), pp. 217-229. (doi:10.1007/s10750-011-0959-y)

This list was generated on Thu Jul 18 20:13:41 2019 BST.