Kylie M Cairns
Kylie M Cairns
Centre for Ecosystem Science, School of BEES, UNSW
Verified email at kyliecairns.com
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Diet adaptation in dog reflects spread of prehistoric agriculture
M Arendt, KM Cairns, JWO Ballard, P Savolainen, E Axelsson
Heredity 117 (5), 301-306, 2016
752016
New insights on the history of canids in oceania based on mitochondrial and nuclear data
KM Cairns, AN Wilton
Genetica 144 (5), 553-565, 2016
482016
Conservation implications for dingoes from the maternal and paternal genome: Multiple populations, dog introgression, and demography
KM Cairns, SK Brown, BN Sacks, JWO Ballard
Ecology and Evolution 7 (22), 9787-9807, 2017
302017
Taxonomic status of the Australian dingo: the case for Canis dingo Meyer, 1793
BP Smith, KM Cairns, JW Adams, TM Newsome, M Fillios, EC Deaux, ...
Zootaxa 4564 (1), 173-197, 2019
282019
Elucidating biogeographical patterns in Australian native canids using genome wide SNPs
KM Cairns, LM Shannon, J Koler-Matznick, JWO Ballard, AR Boyko
PloS one 13 (6), e0198754, 2018
152018
Geographic hot spots of dingo genetic ancestry in southeastern Australia despite hybridisation with domestic dogs
KM Cairns, BJ Nesbitt, SW Laffan, M Letnic, MS Crowther
Conservation Genetics 21 (1), 77-90, 2020
122020
New Guinea highland wild dogs are the original New Guinea singing dogs
S Surbakti, HG Parker, JK McIntyre, HK Maury, KM Cairns, M Selvig, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (39), 24369-24376, 2020
102020
Managing dingoes on Fraser Island: culling, conflict, and an alternative
AJ O’Neill, KM Cairns, G Kaplan, E Healy
Pacific Conservation Biology 23 (1), 4-14, 2016
102016
The identification of dingoes in a background of hybrids
KM Cairns, AN Wilton, JWO Ballard
Advances in genetics research, 309–327, 2011
102011
Population differentiation in the dingo: biogeography and molecular ecology of the Australian native dog using maternal, paternal and autosomal genetic markers
KM Cairns
University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2015
62015
Evidence of recent population expansion in the field cricket Teleogryllus commodus
KM Cairns, JN Wolff, RC Brooks, JWO Ballard
Australian journal of zoology 58 (1), 33-38, 2010
52010
Phenotypic variation and promiscuity in a wild population of pure dingoes (Canis dingo)
J Tatler, TAA Prowse, DA Roshier, KM Cairns, P Cassey
Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 59 (1), 311-322, 2021
32021
What is a dingo–origins, hybridisation and identity
KM Cairns
Australian Zoologist, 2021
22021
The myth of wild dogs in Australia: are there any out there?
KM Cairns, MS Crowther, B Nesbitt, M Letnic
Australian Mammalogy, 2021
12021
Pelage variation in dingoes across southeastern Australia: implications for conservation and management
KM Cairns, KD Newman, MS Crowther, M Letnic
Journal of Zoology, 2021
12021
Introgression does not influence the positive ecological and functional role of dingo populations
MS Crowther, KM Cairns, LM van Eeden, M Letnic
Australian Zoologist, 2020
12020
Reply to Dwyer and Minnegal: Genetics supersedes observational records regarding New Guinea canids
KM Cairns, S Surbakti, HG Parker, JK McIntyre, HK Maury, M Selvig, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (12), 2021
2021
Big and small, short and tall, dog genes tell all
EA Ostrander, HG Parker, JM Evans, J Plassais, D Dreger, A Harris, ...
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 61, E672-E673, 2021
2021
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