Stephen Sarre
Stephen Sarre
University of Canberra
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TitleCited byYear
Can assignment tests measure dispersal?
O Berry, MD Tocher, SD Sarre
Molecular Ecology 13 (3), 551-561, 2004
3382004
The ends of a continuum: genetic and temperature‐dependent sex determination in reptiles
SD Sarre, A Georges, A Quinn
Bioessays 26 (6), 639-645, 2004
2352004
Temperature sex reversal implies sex gene dosage in a reptile
AE Quinn, A Georges, SD Sarre, F Guarino, T Ezaz, JAM Graves
Science 316 (5823), 411-411, 2007
1892007
The dragon lizard Pogona vitticeps has ZZ/ZW micro-sex chromosomes
T Ezaz, AE Quinn, I Miura, SD Sarre, A Georges, JAM Graves
Chromosome Research 13 (8), 763-776, 2005
1412005
The role of density regulation in extinction processes and population viability analysis
K Henle, S Sarre, K Wiegand
Biodiversity & Conservation 13 (1), 9-52, 2004
1212004
Sex reversal triggers the rapid transition from genetic to temperature-dependent sex
CE Holleley, D O'Meally, SD Sarre, JAM Graves, T Ezaz, K Matsubara, ...
Nature 523 (7558), 79, 2015
1192015
The effect of habitat fragmentation and livestock grazing on animal communities in remnants of gimlet Eucalyptus salubris woodland in the Western Australian wheatbelt. II. Lizards
GT Smith, GW Arnold, SD Sarre, M Abensperg-Traun, DE Steven
Journal of Applied Ecology 33 (6), 1302-1310, 1996
1181996
Sex chromosome evolution in lizards: independent origins and rapid transitions
T Ezaz, SD Sarre, D O’Meally, JAM Graves, A Georges
Cytogenetic and Genome Research 127 (2-4), 249-260, 2009
1162009
Persistence of two species of gecko (Oedura reticulata and Gehyra variegata) in remnant habitat
S.Sarre, G.T. Smith, J.A.Meyers
Biological Conservation 71, 25-33, 1995
1161995
Genetic evidence for co-occurrence of chromosomal and thermal sex-determining systems in a lizard
RS Radder, AE Quinn, A Georges, SD Sarre, R Shine
Biology Letters 4 (2), 176-178, 2007
1152007
Effect of vegetation matrix on animal dispersal: genetic evidence from a study of endangered skinks
O Berry, MD Tocher, DM Gleeson, SD Sarre
Conservation Biology 19 (3), 855-864, 2005
1082005
The tales of two geckos: does dispersal prevent extinction in recently fragmented populations?
M Hoehn, SD Sarre, K Henle
Molecular Ecology 16 (16), 3299-3312, 2007
962007
Transitions between sex-determining systems in reptiles and amphibians
SD Sarre, T Ezaz, A Georges
Annual review of genomics and human genetics 12, 391-406, 2011
882011
Genetic diversity and taxonomy: a reassessment of species designation in tuatara (Sphenodon: Reptilia)
JM Hay, SD Sarre, DM Lambert, FW Allendorf, CH Daugherty
Conservation Genetics 11 (3), 1063-1081, 2010
802010
Body size of tiger snakes in southern Australia, with particular reference to Notechis ater serventyi (Elapidae) on Chappell Island
TD Schwaner, SD Sarre
Journal of Herpetology, 24-33, 1988
791988
Gel‐free species identification using melt‐curve analysis
O Berry, SD Sarre
Molecular Ecology Notes 7 (1), 1-4, 2007
722007
Non-homologous sex chromosomes of birds and snakes share repetitive sequences
D O’Meally, HR Patel, R Stiglec, SD Sarre, A Georges, JAM Graves, ...
Chromosome Research 18 (7), 787-800, 2010
682010
Evolutionary transitions between mechanisms of sex determination in vertebrates
AE Quinn, SD Sarre, T Ezaz, JA Marshall Graves, A Georges
Biology Letters 7 (3), 443-448, 2011
662011
Molecular marker suggests rapid changes of sex-determining mechanisms in Australian dragon lizards
T Ezaz, AE Quinn, SD Sarre, D O’Meally, A Georges, JAM Graves
Chromosome Research 17 (1), 91-98, 2009
662009
Are some chromosomes particularly good at sex? Insights from amniotes
D O’Meally, T Ezaz, A Georges, SD Sarre, JAM Graves
Chromosome research 20 (1), 7-19, 2012
632012
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