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John P. Masly
John P. Masly
Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma
Verified email at ou.edu - Homepage
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Accommodating phylogenetic uncertainty in evolutionary studies
JP Huelsenbeck, B Rannala, JP Masly
Science 288 (5475), 2349-2350, 2000
3472000
High-Resolution Genome-Wide Dissection of the Two Rules of Speciation in Drosophila
JP Masly, DC Presgraves
PLoS biology 5 (9), e243, 2007
2872007
Gene transposition as a cause of hybrid sterility in Drosophila
JP Masly, CD Jones, MAF Noor, J Locke, HA Orr
Science 313 (5792), 1448-1450, 2006
2172006
Speciation genes
HA Orr, JP Masly, DC Presgraves
Current opinion in genetics & development 14 (6), 675-679, 2004
1952004
A sex-ratio Meiotic Drive System in Drosophila simulans. I: An Autosomal Suppressor
Y Tao, JP Masly, L Araripe, Y Ke, DL Hartl
PLoS biology 5 (11), e292, 2007
1602007
170 years of “lock-and-key”: genital morphology and reproductive isolation
JP Masly
International Journal of Evolutionary Biology 2012, 2012
1542012
Non-Mendelian segregation of sex chromosomes in heterospecific Drosophila males
ET Dermitzakis, JP Masly, HM Waldrip, AG Clark
Genetics 154 (2), 687-694, 2000
762000
Speciation in Drosophila: From Phenotypes to Molecules
HA Orr, JP Masly, N Phadnis
Journal of Heredity 98 (2), 103-110, 2007
742007
The Genetic Basis of Rapidly Evolving Male Genital Morphology in Drosophila
JP Masly, JE Dalton, S Srivastava, L Chen, MN Arbeitman
Genetics 189 (1), 357-374, 2011
552011
Multiple sexual selection pressures drive the rapid evolution of complex morphology in a male secondary genital structure
SR Frazee, JP Masly
Ecology and Evolution 5 (19), 4437-4450, 2015
392015
Genetic architecture and functional characterization of genes underlying the rapid diversification of male external genitalia between Drosophila simulans and Drosophila mauritiana
KM Tanaka, C Hopfen, MR Herbert, C Schlötterer, DL Stern, JP Masly, ...
Genetics 200 (1), 357-369, 2015
382015
Mechanical and tactile incompatibilities cause reproductive isolation between two young damselfly species
AA Barnard, OM Fincke, MA McPeek, JP Masly
Evolution 71 (10), 2410-2427, 2017
332017
A standardized nomenclature and atlas of the male terminalia of Drosophila melanogaster
G Rice, JR David, Y Kamimura, JP Masly, AP Mcgregor, O Nagy, S Noselli, ...
Fly 13 (1-4), 51-64, 2019
272019
ASYMMETRIC MISMATCH IN STRAIN‐SPECIFIC GENITAL MORPHOLOGY CAUSES INCREASED HARM TO DROSOPHILA FEMALES
JP Masly, Y Kamimura
Evolution 68 (8), 2401-2411, 2014
192014
Gene transposition as a novel cause of hybrid male sterility
JP Masly, CD Jones, MAF Noor, J Locke, HA Orr
Science 313, 1448-1450, 2006
122006
An introduction to Bayesian inference of phylogeny
JP Huelsenbeck, F Ronquist, B Hall
42001
A standardized nomenclature and atlas of the female terminalia of Drosophila melanogaster
EW McQueen, M Afkhami, J Atallah, JM Belote, N Gompel, Y Heifetz, ...
Fly 16 (1), 128-151, 2022
32022
Divergence in female damselfly sensory structures is consistent with a species recognition function but shows no evidence of reproductive character displacement
AA Barnard, JP Masly
Ecology and evolution 8 (23), 12101-12114, 2018
32018
A Flippase-Mediated GAL80/GAL4 Intersectional Resource for Dissecting Appendage Development in Drosophila
BN Smith, AM Ghazanfari, RA Bohm, WP Welch, B Zhang, JP Masly
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 5 (10), 2105-2112, 2015
32015
Speciation in Diatoms: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Environmental Change
JT Cooper, JP Masly, P Michalak
Speciation: Natural Processes, Genetics and Biodiversity, 1-36, 2013
32013
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