Jelena Rajkov
Jelena Rajkov
GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
Verified email at unibas.ch
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Evolution of polyploidy and functional diploidization in sturgeons: microsatellite analysis in 10 sturgeon species
J Rajkov, Z Shao, P Berrebi
Journal of Heredity 105 (4), 521-531, 2014
382014
Adaptive phenotypic plasticity contributes to divergence between lake and river populations of an East African cichlid fish
J Rajkov, AAT Weber, W Salzburger, B Egger
Ecology and evolution 8 (15), 7323–7333, 2018
122018
Repeated Evolution Versus Common Ancestry: Sex Chromosome Evolution in the Haplochromine Cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus philander
A Böhne, AAT Weber, J Rajkov, M Rechsteiner, A Riss, B Egger, ...
Genome biology and evolution 11 (2), 439-458, 2019
102019
Oil extraction imperils Africa's Great Lakes
E Verheyen, R Abila, P Akoll, C Albertson, D Antunes, T Banda, R Bills, ...
Science (New York, NY) 354 (6312), 561-562, 2016
102016
Immigrant and extrinsic hybrid inviability contribute to reproductive isolation between lake and river cichlid ecotypes
J Rajkov, AAT Weber, W Salzburger, B Egger
Evolution 72 (11), 2553-2564, 2018
62018
Gene expression remodelling and immune response during adaptive divergence in an African cichlid fish
J Rajkov, A El Taher, A Böhne, W Salzburger, B Egger
Molecular Ecology 30 (1), 274-296, 2021
12021
Digest: Lab versus nature: Disease resistance evolution differs between environments*
KS Wagner, J Rajkov
Evolution 73 (12), 2540-2541, 2019
12019
Diversification dynamics and (non-) parallel evolution along an ecological gradient in African cichlid fishes
AAT Weber, J Rajkov, K Smailus, B Egger, W Salzburger
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
The role of ecology and phenotypic plasticity in lake-stream divergence in an East African haplochromine cichlid fish
J Rajkov
University_of_Basel, 2018
2018
Genomics of adaptive divergence in East African cichlid fishes: a comparative approach
AAT Weber, J Rajkov, W Salzburger, B Egger
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