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Nicole Valenzuela
Nicole Valenzuela
Full Professor, Evolutionary Biology, Iowa State University
Verified email at iastate.edu - Homepage
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Sex determination: why so many ways of doing it?
D Bachtrog, JE Mank, CL Peichel, M Kirkpatrick, SP Otto, TL Ashman, ...
PLoS biology 12 (7), e1001899, 2014
8912014
Temperature-dependent sex determination in vertebrates
N Valenzuela, V Lance
Smithsonian Books, 2004
3412004
The western painted turtle genome, a model for the evolution of extreme physiological adaptations in a slowly evolving lineage
H Bradley Shaffer, P Minx, DE Warren, AM Shedlock, RC Thomson, ...
Genome biology 14 (3), 1-23, 2013
3382013
Are all sex chromosomes created equal?
D Bachtrog, M Kirkpatrick, JE Mank, SF McDaniel, JC Pires, W Rice, ...
TRENDS in Genetics 27 (9), 350-357, 2011
3342011
Tree of Sex: A database of sexual systems
Tree of Sex Consortium
Scientific Data 1, 2014
2012014
Pattern does not equal process: exactly when is sex environmentally determined?
N Valenzuela, DC Adams, FJ Janzen
The American Naturalist 161 (4), 676-683, 2003
1922003
CONSTANT, SHIFT, AND NATURAL TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON SEX DETERMINATION IN PODOCNEMIS EXPANSA TURTLES
N Valenzuela
Ecology 82 (11), 3010-3024, 2001
1382001
Estimating population structure under nonequilibrium conditions in a conservation context: continent‐wide population genetics of the giant Amazon river turtle, Podocnemis …
DE Pearse, AD Arndt, N Valenzuela, BA Miller, V Cantarelli, JW Sites Jr
Molecular Ecology 15 (4), 985-1006, 2006
1342006
The lesser known challenge of climate change: thermal variance and sex-reversal in vertebrates with temperature-dependent sex determination
JL Neuwald, N Valenzuela
PLoS one 6 (3), e18117, 2011
1092011
Maternal effects on life-history traits in the Amazonian giant river turtle Podocnemis expansa
N Valenzuela
Journal of Herpetology, 368-378, 2001
1082001
Temperature-dependent sex determination
N Valenzuela
Reptilian Incubation: Environment, Evolution and Behaviour, 211-27, 2004
982004
Nest-site philopatry and the evolution of temperature-dependent sex determination
N Valenzuela, FJ Janzen
Evolutionary Ecology Research 3 (7), 779-794, 2001
982001
Y fuse? Sex chromosome fusions in fishes and reptiles
MW Pennell, M Kirkpatrick, SP Otto, JC Vamosi, CL Peichel, N Valenzuela, ...
PLoS genetics 11 (5), e1005237, 2015
962015
Multiple paternity in side‐neck turtles Podocnemis expansa: evidence from microsatellite DNA data
N Valenzuela
Molecular Ecology 9 (1), 99-105, 2000
962000
Geometric morphometric sex estimation for hatchling turtles: a powerful alternative for detecting subtle sexual shape dimorphism
N Valenzuela, DC Adams, RM Bowden, AC Gauger
Copeia 2004 (4), 735-742, 2004
912004
Chromosome number and sex determination coevolve in turtles
N Valenzuela, DC Adams
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 65 (6), 1808-1813, 2011
882011
Field study of sex determination in Podocnemis expansa from Colombian Amazonia
N Valenzuela, R Botero, E Martínez
Herpetologica, 390-398, 1997
841997
An XX/XY sex microchromosome system in a freshwater turtle, Chelodina longicollis (Testudines: Chelidae) with genetic sex determination
T Ezaz, N Valenzuela, F Grützner, I Miura, A Georges, RL Burke, ...
Chromosome Research 14 (2), 139-150, 2006
832006
Evolution and maintenance of temperature-dependent sex determination
N Valenzuela
Temperature-dependent sex determination in vertebrates 131, 131-147, 2004
752004
A ZZ/ZW microchromosome system in the spiny softshell turtle, Apalone spinifera, reveals an intriguing sex chromosome conservation in Trionychidae
D Badenhorst, R Stanyon, T Engstrom, N Valenzuela
Chromosome Research 21 (2), 137-147, 2013
742013
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