Refereegranskat

Naomi L. P. Keehnen, Jason Hill, Sören Nylin, Christopher W. Wheat. 2018. Microevolutionary selection dynamics acting on immune genes of the green-veined white butterfly, Pieris napi. Molecular Ecology 27: 2807-2822.

Sumitha Nallu, Jason A. Hill, Kristine Don, Carlos Sahagun, Wei Zhang, Camille Meslin, Emilie Snell-Rood, Nathan L. Clark, Nathan I. Morehouse, Joy Bergelson, Christopher W. Wheat, Marcus R. Kronforst. 2018. The molecular genetic basis of herbivory between butterflies and their host plants. Nature Ecology & Evolution 2: 1418-1427.

Ramprasad Neethiraj, Emily A. Hornett, Jason A. Hill, Christopher W. Wheat. 2017. Investigating the genomic basis of discrete phenotypes using a Pool-Seq-only approach - New insights into the genetics underlying colour variation in diverse taxa. Molecular Ecology 26: 4990-5002.

Aaron B. A. Shafer, Jochen B. W. Wolf, Paulo C. Alves, Linnea Bergstrom, Michael W. Bruford, Ioana Brannstrom, Guy Colling, Love Dalen, Luc De Meester, Robert Ekblom, Katie D. Fawcett, Simone Fior, Mehrdad Hajibabaei, Jason A. Hill, A. Rus Hoezel, Jacob Hoglund, Evelyn L. Jensen, Johannes Krause, Torsten N. Kristensen, Michael Kruetzen, John K. McKay, Anita J. Norman, Rob Ogden, E. Martin Osterling, N. Joop Ouborg, John Piccolo, Danijela Popovic, Craig R. Primmer, Floyd A. Reed, Marie Roumet, Jordi Salmona, Tamara Schenekar, Michael K. Schwartz, Gernot Segelbacher, Helen Senn, Jens Thaulow, Mia Valtonen, Andrew Veale, Philippine Vergeer, Nagarjun Vijay, Caries Vila, Matthias Weissensteiner, Lovisa Wennerström, Christopher W. Wheat, Piotr Zielinski. 2015. Genomics and the challenging translation into conservation practice. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30: 78-87.

Christopher W. Wheat, Jason Hill. 2014. Pgi - the ongoing saga of a candidate gene. Current Opinion in Insect Science 4: 42-47.

Övrigt vetenskapligt

Alyssa Woronik, Ramprasad Neethiraj, Philipp Lehmann, de la Paz Celorio Mancera Maria, Constanti Stefanescu, Jason Hill, Reijo Käkelä, Oskar Brattstrom, Christopher Wheat. A transposable element insertion is associated with a female-limited, alternative life history strategy.