Browsing by Author "Câmara Ferreira, Francisco"

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  • Abascal, Federico; Corvelo, André; Cruz, Fernando; Villanueva Cañas, José Luis, 1984-; Vlasova, Anna; Marcet Houben, Marina; Prieto Barja, Pablo, 1986-; Quilez Oliete, Javier; Frias, Leonor; Ribeca, Paolo; Capella Gutiérrez, Salvador Jesús, 1985-; Câmara Ferreira, Francisco; Lowy Gallego, Ernesto; Cozzuto, Luca; Erb, Ionas; Rodríguez Ales, José Luis; Ruiz Orera, Jorge, 1988-; Reverter, Ferran; Derdak, Sophia; Blanc, Julie; Gut, Marta; Lorente-Galdós, Belén, 1981-; Gut, Ivo Glynne; Guigó Serra, Roderic; Gabaldón Estevan, Juan Antonio, 1973-; Godoy, José A. (BioMed Central, 2016)
    Background: Genomic studies of endangered species provide insights into their evolution and demographic history, reveal patterns of genomic erosion that might limit their viability, and offer tools for their effective ...
  • Taylor, Benjamin A.; Taylor, Daisy; Bodrug-Schepers, Alexandrina; Câmara Ferreira, Francisco; Stralis-Pavese, Nancy; Himmelbauer, Heinz; Guigó Serra, Roderic; Reuter, Max; Sumner, Seirian (Wiley, 2024)
    Social insect reproductives and non-reproductives represent ideal models with which to understand the expression and regulation of alternative phenotypes. Most research in this area has focused on the developmental regulation ...
  • Keeble-Gagnère, Gabriel; Câmara Ferreira, Francisco; Appels, Rudi (BioMed Central, 2018)
    Background: Numerous scaffold-level sequences for wheat are now being released and, in this context, we report on a strategy for improving the overall assembly to a level comparable to that of the human genome. Results: ...
  • Favreau, Emeline; Cini, Alessandro; Taylor, Daisy; Câmara Ferreira, Francisco; Bentley, Michael A.; Cappa, Federico; Cervo, Rita; Privman, Eyal; Schneider, Jadesada; Thiéry, Denis; Mashoodh, Rahia; Wyatt, Christopher Douglas Robert, 1988-; Brown, Robert L.; Bodrug-Schepers, Alexandrina; Stralis-Pavese, Nancy; Dohm, Juliane C.; Mead, Daniel; Himmelbauer, Heinz; Guigó Serra, Roderic; Sumner, Seirian (Nature Research, 2023)
    Hornets are the largest of the social wasps, and are important regulators of insect populations in their native ranges. Hornets are also very successful as invasive species, with often devastating economic, ecological and ...

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