Benjamin L. S. Furman
Benjamin L. S. Furman
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia
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TitleCited byYear
Pan‐African phylogeography of a model organism, the African clawed frog ‘Xenopus laevis’
BLS Furman, AJ Bewick, TL Harrison, E Greenbaum, V Gvoždík, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (4), 909-925, 2015
Sequential turnovers of sex chromosomes in African clawed frogs (Xenopus) suggest some genomic regions are good at sex determination
BLS Furman, BJ Evans
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 6 (11), 3625-3633, 2016
The use of fluorescent powdered pigments as a tracking technique for snakes
BLS Furman, BR Scheffers, CA Paszkowski
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 6 (3), 473-478, 2011
Limited genetic structure in a wood frog (Lithobates sylvaticus) population in an urban landscape inhabiting natural and constructed wetlands
BLS Furman, BR Scheffers, M Taylor, C Davis, CA Paszkowski
Conservation genetics 17 (1), 19-30, 2016
Salamanders continue to breed in ephemeral ponds following the removal of surrounding terrestrial habitat
BR Scheffers, BLS Furman, JP Evans
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 8 (3), 715-723, 2013
Limited genomic consequences of hybridization between two African clawed frogs, Xenopus gilli and X. laevis (Anura: Pipidae)
BLS Furman, CMS Cauret, GA Colby, GJ Measey, BJ Evans
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1091, 2017
Divergent evolutionary trajectories of two young, homomorphic, and closely related sex chromosome systems
BLS Furman, BJ Evans
Genome Biology and Evolution, 2018
Divergent subgenome evolution after allopolyploidization in African clawed frogs (Xenopus)
BLS Furman, UJ Dang, BJ Evans, GB Golding
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2018
Evolutionary Genomics of Xenopus: Investigations Into Sex Chromosomes, Whole Genome Duplication, Speciation, and Hybridization
BLS Furman
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