W. Chris Funk
TitleCited byYear
Harnessing genomics for delineating conservation units
WC Funk, JK McKay, PA Hohenlohe, FW Allendorf
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (9), 489-496, 2012
5322012
What is missing in amphibian decline research: insights from ecological sensitivity analysis
R Biek, WC Funk, BA Maxell, LS Mills
Conservation Biology 16 (3), 728-734, 2002
4102002
Population structure of Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) is strongly affected by the landscape
WC Funk, MS Blouin, PS Corn, BA Maxell, DS Pilliod, S Amish, ...
Molecular ecology 14 (2), 483-496, 2005
3772005
Genetic rescue to the rescue
AR Whiteley, SW Fitzpatrick, WC Funk, DA Tallmon
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (1), 42-49, 2015
3092015
High levels of cryptic species diversity uncovered in Amazonian frogs
WC Funk, M Caminer, SR Ron
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1734), 1806-1814, 2012
2452012
Sexual selection drives speciation in an Amazonian frog
KE Boul, W Chris Funk, CR Darst, DC Cannatella, MJ Ryan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1608), 399-406, 2007
2152007
High dispersal in a frog species suggests that it is vulnerable to habitat fragmentation
WC Funk, AE Greene, PS Corn, FW Allendorf
Biology Letters 1 (1), 13-16, 2005
1462005
Requirement for Microtubules in New Membrane Formation during Cytokinesis ofXenopusEmbryos
MV Danilchik, WC Funk, EE Brown, K Larkin
Developmental biology 194 (1), 47-60, 1998
1211998
Unbroken: RADseq remains a powerful tool for understanding the genetics of adaptation in natural populations
JM Catchen, PA Hohenlohe, L Bernatchez, WC Funk, KR Andrews, ...
Molecular ecology resources 17 (3), 362-365, 2017
972017
Alternative views of amphibian toe-clipping
WC Funk, MA Donnelly, KR Lips
Nature 433 (7023), 193-193, 2005
962005
Tests of biogeographic hypotheses for diversification in the Amazonian forest frog, Physalaemus petersi
WC Funk, JP Caldwell, CE Peden, JM Padial, I De la Riva, DC Cannatella
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44 (2), 825-837, 2007
932007
Small effective population size in the long‐toed salamander
WC Funk, DA Tallmon, FW Allendorf
Molecular Ecology 8 (10), 1633-1640, 1999
771999
Locally adapted traits maintained in the face of high gene flow
SW Fitzpatrick, JC Gerberich, JA Kronenberger, LM Angeloni, WC Funk
Ecology Letters 18 (1), 37-47, 2015
762015
Conservation genetics of snowy plovers (Charadrius alexandrinus) in the Western Hemisphere: population genetic structure and delineation of subspecies
WC Funk, TD Mullins, SM Haig
Conservation Genetics 8 (6), 1287-1309, 2007
742007
Colonization of high-elevation lakes by long-toed salamanders (Ambystoma macrodactylum) after the extinction of introduced trout populations
WC Funk, WW Dunlap
Canadian Journal of Zoology 77 (11), 1759-1767, 1999
721999
Glass frogs (Centrolenidae) of Yanayacu Biological Station, Ecuador, with the description of a new species and comments on centrolenid systematics
JM Guayasamin, MÍNR Bustamante, D Almeida-Reinoso, WC Funk
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 147 (4), 489-513, 2006
662006
Genetic differentiation among long-toed salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum) populations
DA Tallmon, WC Funk, WW Dunlap, FW Allendorf
662000
Adaptive divergence despite strong genetic drift: genomic analysis of the evolutionary mechanisms causing genetic differentiation in the island fox (Urocyon littoralis)
WC Funk, RE Lovich, PA Hohenlohe, CA Hofman, SA Morrison, TS Sillett, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (10), 2176-2194, 2016
632016
Genetic divergence is more tightly related to call variation than landscape features in the Amazonian frogs Physalaemus petersi and P. freibergi
WC Funk, DC Cannatella, MJ Ryan
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22 (9), 1839-1853, 2009
592009
Comparative analyses of effective population size within and among species: ranid frogs as a case study
IC Phillipsen, WC Funk, EA Hoffman, KJ Monsen, MS Blouin
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 65 (10), 2927-2945, 2011
562011
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