Tim Connallon
Tim Connallon
School of Biological Sciences, Monash University
Verified email at monash.edu
TitleCited byYear
Intergenomic conflict revealed by patterns of sex-biased gene expression
T Connallon, LL Knowles
Trends in Genetics 21 (9), 495-499, 2005
1212005
The faster-X effect: integrating theory and data
RP Meisel, T Connallon
Trends in Genetics 29 (9), 537-544, 2013
1202013
The resolution of sexual antagonism by gene duplication
T Connallon, AG Clark
Genetics 187 (3), 919-937, 2011
902011
Sex linkage, sex‐specific selection, and the role of recombination in the evolution of sexually dimorphic gene expression
T Connallon, AG Clark
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (12), 3417-3442, 2010
842010
Fitness consequences of sex‐specific selection
T Connallon, RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (6), 1671-1682, 2010
802010
A general population genetic framework for antagonistic selection that accounts for demography and recurrent mutation
T Connallon, AG Clark
Genetics 190 (4), 1477-1489, 2012
722012
Evolutionary inevitability of sexual antagonism
T Connallon, AG Clark
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1776), 20132123, 2014
662014
Modeling the manipulation of natural populations by the mutagenic chain reaction
RL Unckless, PW Messer, T Connallon, AG Clark
Genetics 201 (2), 425-431, 2015
642015
Balancing selection in species with separate sexes: insights from Fisher’s geometric model
T Connallon, AG Clark
Genetics 197 (3), 991-1006, 2014
562014
Association between sex-biased gene expression and mutations with sex-specific phenotypic consequences in Drosophila
T Connallon, AG Clark
Genome Biology and Evolution 3, 151-155, 2011
502011
Gene duplication, gene conversion and the evolution of the Y chromosome
T Connallon, AG Clark
Genetics 186 (1), 277-286, 2010
372010
Adaptive Protein Evolution of X-linked and Autosomal Genes in Drosophila: Implications for Faster-X Hypotheses
T Connallon
Molecular Biology and Evolution 24 (11), 2566-2572, 2007
372007
The geography of sex‐specific selection, local adaptation, and sexual dimorphism
T Connallon
Evolution 69 (9), 2333-2344, 2015
342015
Genetic correlations and sex‐specific adaptation in changing environments
T Connallon, MD Hall
Evolution 70 (10), 2186-2198, 2016
302016
Association between sex ratio distortion and sexually antagonistic fitness consequences of female choice
T Connallon, E Jakubowski
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (8), 2179-2183, 2009
272009
Antagonistic versus nonantagonistic models of balancing selection: characterizing the relative timescales and hitchhiking effects of partial selective sweeps
T Connallon, AG Clark
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 67 (3), 908-917, 2013
262013
Implications of sex‐specific selection for the genetic basis of disease
EH Morrow, T Connallon
Evolutionary applications 6 (8), 1208-1217, 2013
222013
Conflict between direct and indirect benefits of female choice in desert Drosophila
E Oneal, T Connallon, L Lacey Knowles
Biology letters 3 (1), 29-32, 2006
222006
Sexually antagonistic polymorphism in simultaneous hermaphrodites
CY Jordan, T Connallon
Evolution 68 (12), 3555-3569, 2014
212014
Impact of genetic architecture on the relative rates of X versus autosomal adaptive substitution
T Connallon, ND Singh, AG Clark
Molecular biology and evolution 29 (8), 1933-1942, 2012
212012
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