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Amber M. Rice
Amber M. Rice
Associate Professor, Lehigh University
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Hybridization and speciation
R Abbott, D Albach, S Ansell, JW Arntzen, SJE Baird, N Bierne, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (2), 229-246, 2013
21552013
Mislabelling of a depleted reef fish
PB Marko, SC Lee, AM Rice, JM Gramling, TM Fitzhenry, JS McAlister, ...
Nature 430 (6997), 309-310, 2004
3402004
Ecological opportunity and phenotypic plasticity interact to promote character displacement and species coexistence
DW Pfennig, AM Rice, RA Martin
Ecology 87 (3), 769-779, 2006
1462006
Field and experimental evidence for competition's role in phenotypic divergence
DW Pfennig, AM Rice, RA Martin
Evolution 61 (2), 257-271, 2007
1402007
Speciation in Ficedula flycatchers
A Qvarnström, AM Rice, H Ellegren
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
1272010
A guide to the genomics of ecological speciation in natural animal populations
AM Rice, A Rudh, H Ellegren, A Qvarnström
Ecology letters 14 (1), 9-18, 2011
882011
Differential effects of climate and species interactions on range limits at a hybrid zone: potential direct and indirect impacts of climate change
MA McQuillan, AM Rice
Ecology and Evolution 5 (21), 5120-5137, 2015
752015
Estimation of linkage disequilibrium and interspecific gene flow in Ficedula flycatchers by a newly developed 50k single‐nucleotide polymorphism array
T Kawakami, N Backström, R Burri, A Husby, P Olason, AM Rice, M Ålund, ...
Molecular ecology resources 14 (6), 1248-1260, 2014
742014
Positive feedback between ecological and reproductive character displacement in a young avian hybrid zone
N Vallin, AM Rice, RI Bailey, A Husby, A Qvarnström
Evolution 66 (4), 1167-1179, 2012
632012
Does character displacement initiate speciation? Evidence of reduced gene flow between populations experiencing divergent selection
AM Rice, DW Pfennig
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (4), 854-865, 2010
632010
Character displacement: in situ evolution of novel phenotypes or sorting of pre‐existing variation?
AM Rice, DW Pfennig
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20 (2), 448-459, 2007
572007
Reinforcement generates reproductive isolation between neighbouring conspecific populations of spadefoot toads
KS Pfennig, AM Rice
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1789), 20140949, 2014
562014
Low fertility of wild hybrid male flycatchers despite recent divergence
M Ålund, S Immler, AM Rice, A Qvarnström
Biology letters 9 (3), 20130169, 2013
562013
Genetic variation during range expansion: effects of habitat novelty and hybridization
AA Pierce, R Gutierrez, AM Rice, KS Pfennig
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1852), 20170007, 2017
532017
Combined effects of interspecific competition and hybridization impede local coexistence of Ficedula flycatchers
N Vallin, AM Rice, H Arntsen, K Kulma, A Qvarnström
Evolutionary Ecology 26, 927-942, 2012
532012
Hybrid chickadees are deficient in learning and memory
MA McQuillan, TC Roth, AV Huynh, AM Rice
Evolution 72 (5), 1155-1164, 2018
472018
Analysis of range expansion in two species undergoing character displacement: why might invaders generally ‘win’during character displacement?
AM Rice, DW Pfennig
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (3), 696-704, 2008
402008
Patterns and mechanisms of selection on a family‐diagnostic trait: evidence from experimental manipulation and lifetime fitness selection gradients
JK Conner, AM Rice, C Stewart, MT Morgan> 3
Evolution 57 (3), 480-486, 2003
372003
An experimental test of character displacement's role in promoting postmating isolation between conspecific populations in contrasting competitive environments
DW Pfennig, AM Rice
Evolution 61 (10), 2433-2443, 2007
362007
Parallel evolution and ecological selection: replicated character displacement in spadefoot toads
AM Rice, AR Leichty, DW Pfennig
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1676), 4189-4196, 2009
312009
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