Saad Arif
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Phylogenetic relationships of phrynosomatid lizards based on nuclear and mitochondrial data, and a revised phylogeny for Sceloporus
JJ Wiens, CA Kuczynski, S Arif, TW Reeder
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 54 (1), 150-161, 2010
Bioclimatic modelling, morphology, and behaviour reveal alternative mechanisms regulating the distributions of two parapatric salamander species
S Arif, DC Adams, JA Wicknick
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9, 843, 2007
Evolution of eye morphology and rhodopsin expression in the Drosophila melanogaster species subgroup
N Posnien, C Hopfen, M Hilbrant, M Ramos-Womack, S Murat, ...
PloS one 7 (5), e37346, 2012
A perspective on micro-evo-devo: progress and potential
MDS Nunes, S Arif, C Schlötterer, AP McGregor
Genetics 195 (3), 625-634, 2013
Evolution of mir-92a underlies natural morphological variation in Drosophila melanogaster
S Arif, S Murat, I Almudi, MDS Nunes, D Bortolamiol-Becet, NS McGregor, ...
Current Biology 23 (6), 523-528, 2013
Genetic and developmental analysis of differences in eye and face morphology between Drosophila simulans and Drosophila mauritiana
S Arif, M Hilbrant, C Hopfen, I Almudi, MDS Nunes, N Posnien, ...
Evolution & development 15 (4), 257-267, 2013
A phylogenetic hot spot for evolutionary novelty in Middle American treefrogs
SA Smith, S Arif, ANM De Oca, JJ Wiens
Evolution 61 (9), 2075-2085, 2007
Evolutionary diversification of opercle shape in Cook Inlet threespine stickleback
S Arif, WE Aguirre, MA Bell
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97 (4), 832-844, 2009
Gene regulatory network architecture in different developmental contexts influences the genetic basis of morphological evolution
S Kittelmann, AD Buffry, FA Franke, I Almudi, M Yoth, G Sabaris, ...
PLoS genetics 14 (5), e1007375, 2018
From shavenbaby to the naked valley: trichome formation as a model for evolutionary developmental biology
S Arif, S Kittelmann, AP McGregor
Evolution & development 17 (1), 120-126, 2015
Characterization of the genetic architecture underlying eye size variation within Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila simulans
P Gaspar, S Arif, L Sumner-Rooney, M Kittelmann, AJ Bodey, DL Stern, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 10 (3), 1005-1018, 2020
Pervasive microRNA Duplication in Chelicerates: Insights from the Embryonic microRNA Repertoire of the Spider Parasteatoda tepidariorum
DJ Leite, M Ninova, M Hilbrant, S Arif, S Griffiths-Jones, M Ronshaugen, ...
Genome biology and evolution 8 (7), 2133-2144, 2016
CRISPR/Cas9 as the key to unlocking the secrets of butterfly wing pattern development and its evolution
L Livraghi, A Martin, M Gibbs, N Braak, S Arif, CJ Breuker
Advances in insect physiology 54, 85-115, 2018
Widespread retention of ohnologs in key developmental gene families following whole genome duplication in arachnopulmonates
A Harper, LB Gonzalez, A Schönauer, M Seiter, M Holzem, S Arif, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
The evolution of Sox gene repertoires and regulation of segmentation in arachnids
L Baudouin-Gonzalez, A Schoenauer, A Harper, G Blakeley, M Seiter, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Three quantitative trait loci explain more than 60% of variation for chill coma recovery time in a natural population of Drosophila ananassae
A Königer, S Arif, S Grath
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 9 (11), 3715-3725, 2019
Multiple colonisations and Wolbachia infections influence the fine-scale population structure of the widespread Common Blue butterfly (Polyomattus icarus) in the British Isles
S Arif, M Gerth, WG Hone-Millard, MDS Nunes, L Dapporto, TG Shreeve
bioRxiv, 2020
Unravelling the genetic basis for the rapid diversification of male genitalia between Drosophila species
JFD Hagen, CC Mendes, SR Booth, JF Jimenez, KM Tanaka, FA Franke, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
The genetic basis of morphological evolution in Drosophila
S Arif
Oxford Brookes University, 2013
Correction: Evolution of Eye Morphology and Rhodopsin Expression in the Species Subgroup.
N Posnien, C Hopfen, M Hilbrant, M Ramos-Womack, S Murat, ...
Plos one 7 (7), 2012
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