O’Connor, C, K Sikkink, T C Nelson, J Fierst, W A Cresko, and P C Phillips. Complex pleiotropic genetic architecture of evolved heat stress and oxidative stress resistance in the nematode Caenorhabditis remanei. BioRxiv
Nelson, T C, J G Crandall, C M Ituarte, J M Catchen, and W A Cresko. Selection, linkage, and population structure interact to shape genetic variation among threespine stickleback genomes. Accepted at GENETICS. see also: BioRxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/471870
Nelson, T C, M R Jones, J P Velotta, A S Dhawanjewar, and R M Schweizer. UNVEILing connections between genotype, phenotype, and fitness in wild populations. Molecular Ecology 28(8):1866-1876 https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.15067
Nelson, T C, P Monnahan, M McIntosh, F Finseth, K Anderson, E Macarthur-Waltz, J K Kelly, and L Fishman. Extreme copy number variation at a tRNA ligase gene affecting phenology and fitness in yellow monkeyflowers. Molecular Ecology 28(6):1460-1475. Read the BioRxiv preprint here.
Nelson, T C, and W A Cresko. Ancient genomic variation underlies repeated ecological adaptation in young stickleback populations. Evolution Letters 2(1). Open Access, so Read it here!
Kasimatis, K R, T C Nelson, and P C Phillips (2017). Genomic signatures of sexual conflict. Journal of Heredity 108(7): 780-790. (PDF)
Shell, L, W Burggren, D Muirhead, T C Nelson, and E M Dzialowski (2016). Circulatory changes associated with the closure of the ductus arteriosus in hatchling emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae). Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A. 191: 202-208. (PDF)
Nelson, T C, K Groth, P R Sotherland (2010). Maternal investment and nutrient use affect phenotype of American alligator and domestic chicken hatchlings. Comp. Biochem. Physio. A 157: 19-27. (PDF)