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Targeted Change of Allele Frequencies in Natural Populations Using Externally Directed Evolution
Journal of Theoretical Biology 419: 362-374 (2017) with Hassan Shafiey and Toni Gossmann.
A Modified Wright-Fisher Model that Incorporates Ne:
A Variant of the Standard Model with Increased Biological Realism and Reduced Computational Complexity
Journal of Theoretical Biology 393: 218-28 (2016) with Lei Zhao and Toni Gossmann.
Exact Simulation of Conditioned Wright-Fisher Models
Journal of Theoretical Biology 363:419-26 (2016) with Lei Zhao and Martin Lascoux.
Inferring Host Range Dynamics from Comparative Data:
The Protozoan Parasites of New World Monkeys
American Naturalist 184:65-74 (2014) with Lucy Weinert and John Welch.
Complete Numerical Solution of the Diffusion Equation of Random Genetic Drift
Genetics 194: 973-985 (2013) with Lei Zhao and Xingye Yue.
Population Growth Enhances the Mean Fixation Time of Neutral Mutations and the Persistence of Neutral Variation
Genetics 191: 561-577 (2012)
A Unified Treatment of the Probability of Fixation When Population Size and the Strength of Selection Change Over Time
Genetics 188: 907-913 (2011)
Is Life Impossible?
Information, Sex and the Origin of Complex Organisms
Evolution 64: 3300-3309 (2010) with Joel Peck
Fundamental Insights into the Random Movement of Animals from a Single Distance-Related Statistic
American Naturalist 174: 506-514 (2009) with Pierre Nouvellet and Jonathan Bacon
Pleiotropic Scaling of Gene Effects and the 'Cost of Complexity'
Nature 452: 470-472 (2008) with Günter Wagner, Jane Kenney-Hunt, Mihaela Pavlicev, Joel Peck and James Cheverud
Fisher's Microscope and Haldane's Ellipse
American Naturalist 166: 447-457 (2005) with John Welch
Sympatric Speciation by Sexual Conflict
PNAS 99, 10533-10538 (2002) with Sergey Gavrilets
Mutation and Sex in a Competitive World
Nature 406: 399-403 (2000) with Joel Peck
Pleiotropy and the Preservation of Perfection
Science 279: 1210-1213 (1998) with Joel Peck
Why do Asexual and Self Fertilizing Populations Tend to Occur in Marginal Environments
Nature 391: 889-892 (1998) with Joel Peck and John Yearsley