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33. Santure, A.W. & Garant, D. (2018) Wild GWAS – association mapping in natural populations. Molecular Ecology Resources 18: 729-738

32. Kim, J.-M., Santure, A.W., Barton, H.J., Quinn, J.L., Cole, E.F., Great Tit HapMap Consortium, Visser, M.E., Sheldon, B.C., Groenen, M.A.M., van Oers, K. & Slate, J. (2018) A high density SNP chip for genotyping great tit (Parus major) populations and its application to studying the genetic architecture of exploration behavior. Molecular Ecology Resources 18: 877-891

31. Knight, A., Ewen, J.G., Brekke, P. & Santure, A.W. (2018) The evolutionary biology, ecology and epidemiology of coccidia of passerine birds. Advances in Parasitology 99: 35-60

30. Toth, C.A., Santure, A.W., Holwell, G.I., Pattemore, D. & Parsons, S. (2018) Courtship behaviour and display-site sharing appears conditional on body size in a lekking bat. Animal Behaviour 136: 13-19

29. Stapley, J., Feulner, P.G.D., Johnston, S.E., Santure, A.W. & Smadja, C.M. (2017) Recombination: the good, the bad and the variable. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 372: 20170279

28. Stapley, J., Feulner, P.G.D., Johnston, S.E., Santure, A.W. & Smadja, C.M. (2017) Variation in recombination frequency and distribution across eukaryotes: patterns and processes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 372: 20160455

Stapley, J., Feulner, P.G.D., Johnston, S.E., Santure, A.W. & Smadja, C.M. (2017) Correction to ‘Variation in recombination frequency and distribution across eukaryotes: patterns and processes’. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 373: 20170360

27. Radersma, R., Garroway, C.J., Santure, A.W., De Cauwer, I., Farine, D., Slate, J. & Sheldon, B.C. (2017) Social and spatial effects on genetic variation between foraging flocks in a wild bird population. Molecular Ecology 26: 5807-5819

26. Patel, S.*, Thompson, K.*, Santure, A.W., Constantine R. & Millar, C. (In press) The secrets of stranded whales: genetic kinship analyses reveals group members are often unrelated. Journal of Heredity 108: 456-461

25. Galla, S., Buckley, T., Elshire, R., Hale, M., Knapp, M., McCallum, J., Moraga, R., Santure, A.W., Wilcox, P. & Steeves, T. (2016) Building strong relationships between conservation biology and primary industry leads to mutually-beneficial genomic advances. Molecular Ecology 25: 5267-5281

24. Alcorn, M.R.*, Callander, D.C.*, Lopez-Santos, A.*, Torres Cleuren, Y., Birsoy, B., Joshi, P.M., Santure, A.W. & Rothman, J.H. (2016) Heterotaxy in Caenorhabditis: widespread natural variation in left-right arrangement of the major organs. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371: 20150404

23. Santure, A.W. (2016) An ecological model organism flies into the genomics era. Molecular Ecology Resources. 16: 379-381

22. Santure, A.W., Poissant, J., De Cauwer, I., van Oers, K., Robinson, M.R., Quinn, J.L., Groenen, M.A.M., Visser, M.E., Sheldon, B.C. & Slate, J. (2015) Replicated analysis of the genetic architecture of quantitative traits in two wild great tit populations. Molecular Ecology 24: 6148–6162

21. Brekke, P., Ewen, J.G., Clucas, G. & Santure, A.W. (2015) Testing the genetic basis of conditional mating tactics in an avian territorial-floater system. Evolutionary Applications 8: 796-806

20. Firth, J.A., Hadfield, J.D., Santure, A.W., Slate, J. & Sheldon, B.C. (2015) The influence of non-random extra-pair paternity on heritability estimates derived from wild pedigrees. Evolution 69: 1336-1344

19. Sepil, I., Radersma, R., Santure, A.W., De Cauwer, I., Slate, J., Sheldon, B.C. (2015) No evidence for MHC class I based disassortative mating in a wild population of great tits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 642–654

18. Stapley, J., Santure, A.W. & Dennis, S.R. (2015) Transposable elements as agents of rapid adaptation may explain the genetic paradox of invasive species. Molecular Ecology 24: 2241-2252

17. Gossmann, T.I., Santure, A.W., Sheldon, B.C., Slate, J. & Zeng, K. (2014) Highly variable recombinational landscape modulates efficacy of natural selection in birds. Genome Biology and Evolution 6: 2061-2075

16. van Oers, K.*, Santure, A.W.*, De Cauwer, I.*, van Bers, N.E.M., Crooijmans, R.P.M.A., Sheldon, B.C., Visser, M.E., Groenen, M.A.M. & Slate, J. (2014) Replicated high-density genetic maps of two great tit populations reveal fine-scale departures from sex-equal recombination rates. Heredity 112: 307–316

15. Schroeder, J., Dugdale, H.L., Radersma, R., Hinsch, M., Buehler, D.M., Saul, J., Porter, L., Liker, A., De Cauwer, I., Johnson, P.J., Santure, A.W., Griffin, A.S., Bolund, E., Ross, L., Webb, T.J., Feulner, P.G.D., Winney, I., Szulkin, M., Komdeur, J., Versteegh, M.A., Hemelrijk, C.K., Svensson, E.I., Edwards, H., Karlsson, M., West, S.A., Barrett, E.L.B., Richardson, D.S., van den Brink, V., Wimpenny, J.H., Ellwood, S.A., Rees, M., Matson, K.D., Charmantier, A., dos Remedios, N., Schneider, N.A., Teplitsky, C., Laurance, W.F., Butlin, R.K., Horrocks, N.P.C. (2013) Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology symposia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 2063-2069

14. Robinson, M.R., Santure, A.W., De Cauwer, I., Sheldon, B.C. & Slate, J. (2013) Partitioning of genetic variation across the genome using multi-marker methods in a wild bird population. Molecular Ecology 22: 3963-3980

13. Santure, A.W.*, De Cauwer, I.*, Robinson, M.R., Sheldon, B.C., Poissant, J. & Slate, J. (2013) Genomic dissection of variation in clutch size and egg mass in a wild great tit (Parus major) population. Molecular Ecology 22: 3949-3962

12. Garroway, C. J.*, Radersma, R.*, Sepil, I., Santure, A.W., De Cauwer, I., Slate, J. & Sheldon, B.C. (2013) Fine-scale genetic structure in a wild bird population: the role of limited dispersal and environmentally based selection as causal factors. Evolution 67: 3488–3500

11. Santure, A.W. & Spencer, H.G. (2012) Genomic imprinting leads to less selectively maintained polymorphism on X chromosomes. Genetics 192: 1455-1464

10. van Bers, N.E.M.*, Santure, A.W.*, van Oers, K., De Cauwer, I., Dibbits, B.W., Mateman, C., Crooijmans, R.P.M.A., Sheldon, B.C., Visser, M.E., Groenen, M.A.M. & Slate, J. (2012) The design and cross-population application of a genome-wide SNP chip for the great tit Parus major. Molecular Ecology Resources 12: 753-770

9. Santure., A.W. & Spencer, H.G. (2011) Quantitative genetics of genomic imprinting: a comparison of simple variance derivations, the effects of inbreeding, and response to selection. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 1: 131-142

8. Santure, A.W., Gratten, J., Mossman, J.A., Sheldon, B.C. & Slate, J. (2011) Characterisation of the transcriptome of a wild great tit Parus major population by next generation sequencing. BMC Genomics 12: 283

7. Brekke, P., Bennett, P.M., Santure, A.W. & Ewen, J.G. (2011) High genetic diversity in the remnant island population of hihi and the genetic consequences of re-introduction. Molecular Ecology 20: 29-45

6. Slate, J., Santure, A.W., Feulner, P.G.D., Brown, E.A., Ball, A.D., Johnston, S.E. & Gratten, J. (2010) Genome mapping in intensively studied wild vertebrate populations. Trends in Genetics 26: 275-284

5. Santure, A.W., Stapley, J., Ball, A.D., Birkhead, T.R., Burke, T. & Slate, J. (2010) On the use of large marker panels to estimate inbreeding and relatedness: empirical and simulation studies of a pedigreed zebra finch population typed at 771 SNPs. Molecular Ecology 19: 1439-1451

4. Santure, A.W., Ewen, J.G., Sicard, D., Roff, D.A. & Moller, A.P. (2010) Population structure in the barn swallow, Hirundo rustica: a comparison between neutral DNA markers and quantitative traits. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99: 306-314

3. Wang, J. & Santure, A.W. (2009) Parentage and sibship inference from multi-locus genotype data under polygamy. Genetics 181: 1579-1591

2. Santure, A.W. & Wang, J. (2009) The joint effects of selection and dominance on the QSTFST contrast. Genetics 181: 259-276

1. Santure, A.W. & Spencer, H.G. (2006) Influence of Mom and Dad: Quantitative genetic models for maternal effects and genomic imprinting. Genetics 173: 2297-2361


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