Samuel M. Flaxman
Samuel M. Flaxman
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado Boulder
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Morning sickness: a mechanism for protecting mother and embryo
SM Flaxman, PW Sherman
The Quarterly review of biology 75 (2), 113-148, 2000
3602000
Reproductive immunosuppression and diet: an evolutionary perspective on pregnancy sickness and meat consumption
DMT Fessler, TM Bayley, L Dye, JK Brown, SM Flaxman, B Leeners, ...
Current anthropology 43 (1), 19-61, 2002
2212002
Nausea and vomiting of pregnancy in an evolutionary perspective
PW Sherman, SM Flaxman
American journal of obstetrics and gynecology 186 (5), S190-S197, 2002
1632002
Theoretical models of the influence of genomic architecture on the dynamics of speciation
SM Flaxman, AC Wacholder, JL Feder, P Nosil
Molecular ecology 23 (16), 4074-4088, 2014
1162014
Genetic hitchhiking and the dynamic buildup of genomic divergence during speciation with gene flow
SM Flaxman, JL Feder, P Nosil
Evolution 67 (9), 2577-2591, 2013
992013
Geographic mode of speciation and genomic divergence
JL Feder, SM Flaxman, SP Egan, AA Comeault, P Nosil
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 44, 73-97, 2013
852013
Conditions for mutation-order speciation
P Nosil, SM Flaxman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1704), 399-407, 2011
812011
Protecting ourselves from food: Spices and morning sickness may shield us from toxins and microorganisms in the diet
PW Sherman, SM Flaxman
American Scientist 89 (2), 142-151, 2001
582001
Protecting ourselves from food: Spices and morning sickness may shield us from toxins and microorganisms in the diet
PW Sherman, SM Flaxman
American Scientist 89 (2), 142-151, 2001
582001
Mutation‐order divergence by sexual selection: diversification of sexual signals in similar environments as a first step in speciation
TC Mendelson, MD Martin, SM Flaxman
Ecology letters 17 (9), 1053-1066, 2014
522014
Tracking prey or tracking the prey's resource? Mechanisms of movement and optimal habitat selection by predators
SM Flaxman, Y Lou
Journal of Theoretical Biology 256 (2), 187-200, 2009
492009
Selection on a genetic polymorphism counteracts ecological speciation in a stick insect
AA Comeault, SM Flaxman, R Riesch, E Curran, V Soria-Carrasco, ...
Current Biology 25 (15), 1975-1981, 2015
462015
Tipping points in the dynamics of speciation
P Nosil, JL Feder, SM Flaxman, Z Gompert
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (2), 1-8, 2017
432017
Genome-wide congealing and rapid transitions across the speciation continuum during speciation with gene flow
JL Feder, P Nosil, AC Wacholder, SP Egan, SH Berlocher, SM Flaxman
Journal of Heredity 105 (S1), 810-820, 2014
422014
Morning sickness: adaptive cause or nonadaptive consequence of embryo viability?
SM Flaxman, PW Sherman
The American Naturalist 172 (1), 54-62, 2008
392008
Assessing when chromosomal rearrangements affect the dynamics of speciation: implications from computer simulations
JL Feder, P Nosil, SM Flaxman
Frontiers in genetics 5, 295, 2014
362014
Genome‐wide differentiation in closely related populations: the roles of selection and geographic isolation
RJ Safran, ESC Scordato, MR Wilkins, JK Hubbard, BR Jenkins, ...
Molecular Ecology 25 (16), 3865-3883, 2016
302016
Group breeding in vertebrates: linking individual-and population-level approaches
RJ Safran, VAJ Doerr, PW Sherman, ED Doerr, SM Flaxman, DW Winkler
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (7), 1163-1185, 2007
272007
Hybridization and the build‐up of genomic divergence during speciation
JL Feder, SM Flaxman, SP Egan, P Nosil
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (2), 261-266, 2013
252013
Evolutionary ecology of movement by predators and prey
SM Flaxman, Y Lou, FG Meyer
Theoretical Ecology 4 (2), 255-267, 2011
242011
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