Adriaan Engelbrecht
Adriaan Engelbrecht
Senior Lecturer of Evolutionary Biology, University of the Western Cape
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Cryptic speciation in the southern African vlei rat Otomys irroratus complex: evidence derived from mitochondrial cyt b and niche modelling
A Engelbrecht, PJ Taylor, SR Daniels, RV Rambau
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 104 (1), 192-206, 2011
302011
Further insights into the ancestral murine karyotype: the contribution of the Otomys-Mus comparison using chromosome painting
A Engelbrecht, G Dobigny, TJ Robinson
Cytogenetic and genome research 112 (1-2), 126-130, 2006
222006
Limited dispersal in an ectoparasitic mite, Laelaps giganteus, contributes to significant phylogeographic congruence with the rodent host, Rhabdomys
A Engelbrecht, S Matthee, N du Toit, CA Matthee
Molecular ecology 25 (4), 1006-1021, 2016
152016
Chromosomal polymorphisms in African Vlei Rats, Otomys irroratus (Muridae: Otomyini), detected by banding techniques and chromosome painting: inversions, centromeric shifts and …
A Engelbrecht, PJ Taylor, SR Daniels, RV Rambau
Cytogenetic and genome research 133 (1), 8-15, 2011
122011
Evidence of cryptic speciation in mesostigmatid mites from South Africa
A Engelbrecht, CA Matthee, EA Ueckermann, S Matthee
Parasitology 141 (10), 1322-1332, 2014
112014
The propagation and dispersal of misinformation in ecology: Is there a relationship between citation accuracy and journal impact factor?
DC Drake, B Maritz, SM Jacobs, CJ Crous, A Engelbrecht, A Etale, ...
Hydrobiologia 702 (1), 1-4, 2013
72013
Morphological, acoustic and genetic divergence in the bladder grasshopper Bullacris unicolor
R Sathyan, A Engelbrecht, VCK Couldridge
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 29 (6), 552-573, 2017
62017
Comparative phylogeography of parasitic Laelaps mites contribute new insights into the specialist-generalist variation hypothesis (SGVH)
CA Matthee, A Engelbrecht, S Matthee
BMC evolutionary biology 18 (1), 131, 2018
52018
Diet selection and preference of small ruminants during drought conditions in a dryland pastoral system in South Africa
A Schroeder, MI Samuels, M Swarts, C Morris, CF Cupido, A Engelbrecht
Small Ruminant Research 176, 17-23, 2019
32019
Phylogeography of the rodent mites Laelaps giganteus and Laelaps muricola using mitochondrial and nuclear DNA markers: an evolutionary approach to host-parasite interactions
A Engelbrecht
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2016
22016
First karyotypic descriptions of Malagasy rodents (Nesomyinae, Muridae) reveal variation at multiple taxonomic levels
E Solano, C Gilbert, L Richards, PJ Taylor, V Soarimalala, A Engelbrecht, ...
Journal of Zoology 285 (2), 110-118, 2011
22011
There are three species of Chrysaora (Scyphozoa: Discomedusae) in the Benguela upwelling ecosystem, not two
V RAS, S NEETHLING, A ENGELBRECHT, AC MORANDINI, KM BAYHA, ...
Zootaxa 4778 (3), 401-438, 2020
2020
CORRIGENDUM: Integrative taxonomy resolves three new cryptic species of small southern African horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus)
PJ Taylor, A MacDonald, SM Goodman, T Kearney, FPD Cotterill, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 187 (2), 535-537, 2019
2019
The phylogeography and genetic diversity of the salt marsh species Salicornia tegetaria (S. Steffen, L. Mucina and G. Kadereit) Piirainen and G. Kadereit, endemic to South …
CE Brown, DA Veldkornet, JS Boatwright, A Engelbrecht, A Rajkaran
South African Journal of Botany 123, 270-277, 2019
2019
The phylogeography of the southern African vlei rat, Otomys irroratus, inferred from nuclear and mitochodrial DNA markers
A Engelbrecht
2010
Phylogeography of the southern African vlei rat, Otomys irroratus, inferred from chromosomal and DNA sequence data
A Engelbrecht
Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch, 2010
2010
Implications of potential biome boundary shifts for small mammal assemblages in the arid zone of South Africa
L Piers, I Samuels, M Masubelele, A Engelbrecht
Austral Ecology, 0
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