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Most recent publications

  • Amato G, Ryder O, Rosenbaum HC, DeSalle R [Editors]. in press. Conservation Genetics in the Age of Genomics. Columbia University Press, NY.
  • Li Y, Wu XB, Yan P, Amato G. 2007. The complete mitochondrial genome of the salt-water crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) and phylogeny of crocodiles. Journal of Genetics and Genomicsin press
  • Kretzman M, Mentzer L, DiGiovanni R, Leslie MS, Amato G. 2006. Microsatellite diversity and fitness in stranded juvenile harp seals (Phoca groenlandica). Journal of Heredity 97(6), 555-560.
  • Ji XF, Wu XB, Li Y, Yan P, Amato G. 2006. The mitochondrial genome of Crocodylus niloticus with implications for phylogenetic relationships among crocodilians. Acta Zoologica Sinica 52(4), 810-818.
  • Lin K, Russello MA, Caccone A, and Amato G. 2005. Additional microsatellite loci for the endangered St. Vincent parrot, Amazona guildingii. Conservation Genetics 6, 643-645.
  • Goldstein P, Wyner Y, Doukakis P, Egan MG, Amato G, Rosenbaum HC, and DeSalle R. 2005. Theory and methods for diagnosing species and populations in conservation. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 92, 12-27.
  • DeSalle R and Amato G. 2004. The expansion of conservation genetics. Nature Reviews Genetics 5, 702-712.
  • Russello MA and Amato G. 2004. Ex situ population management in the absence of pedigree information. Molecular Ecology 13, 2829-2840.
  • Palcovacs EP, Oppenheimer A, Gladyshev E, Toepfer JE, Amato G, and Caccone A. 2004. Genetic evaluation of a proposed reintroduction: The case study of the greater prairie chicken and the extinct heath hen. Molecular Ecology 13, 1759-1769.
  • Milinkovitch MC, Caccone A, and Amato G. 2004. Molecular phylogenetic analyses indicate extensive morphological convergence between the “yeti” and primates. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 31, 1-3.
  • Russello MA and Amato G. 2004. A molecular phylogeney of Amazona: implications for Neotropical parrot biogeography, taxonomy and conservation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30, 421-437.
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