Note: surname changed from “Ransler” to “Finseth”
K Muenzen*, J Monroy, FR Finseth. Evolution of the PEVK region of titin across mammals. Accepted at G3: Genes, Genomes, and Genetics
T Nelson, P Monnahan, M McIntosh, K Anderson, E MacArthur-Waltz, FR Finseth, J Kelly, L Fishman. In press. Extreme copy number variation at a tRNA ligase affecting phenology and fitness in yellow monkeyflowers. Accepted at Molecular Ecology.doi.org/10.1111/mec.14904
M Hendrick**, FR Finseth**, M Matthiassen*, K Palmer*, E Broder*, L Fishman (2016) The genetics of extreme microgeographic adaptation: an integrated approach identifies a major gene underlying leaf trichome divergence in Yellowstone Mimulus guttatus. Molecular Ecology, 25.**co-first author
FR Finseth, Y Dong, A Saunders, L Fishman (2015) Duplication and adaptive evolution of a key centromeric protein in Mimulus, a genus with female meiotic drive. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 32 (10): 2694-2706. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msv145
FR Finseth, ER Bondra*, RG Harrison (2014) Selective constraint dominates the evolution of a novel reproductive gland. Molecular Biology and Evolution. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 12: 3266-3281. doi: 10.1093/mlbev/msu259
FR Finseth, SR Iacovelli*, RG Harrison, EK Adkins-Regan (2013) A non-semen copulatory fluid influences the outcome of sperm competition in Japanese quail. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26: 1875 -1889.
**Highlighted in “Zoologger: Quails whip up a lovely sperm meringue” New Scientist, 12:06, 05 Aug 13
Oyler-McCance SJ, FA Ransler, LK Berkmans, Quinn TW (2006) A comparison of trumpeter swan populations using nuclear and mitochondrial genetic markers. Final Report, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Denver, CO
FR Finseth, L Fishman. A selfish centromere drives centromeric histone evolution in Mimulus. In prep.
K Muenzen*, J Monroy, FR Finseth. The evolution of titin, a giant sarcomeric protein, across Mammals. In prep.