Graham Colby
Graham Colby
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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
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Microbial Responses to Environmental Change in Canada’s High Arctic
G Colby
Université d'Ottawa/University of Ottawa, 2019
2019
Deposition of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) into Northern Ontario Lake Sediments
GA Colby
bioRxiv, 786913, 2019
2019
Microbial genomes retrieved from High Arctic lake sediments provision their microbes with genes to strive in cold and oligotrophic environments
M Ruuskanen, G Colby, KS Pierre, VS Louis, S Aris-Brosou, A Poulain
bioRxiv, 724781, 2019
2019
Climate change lowers diversity and functional potential of microbes in Canada's high Arctic
GA Colby, M Ruuskanen, KS Pierre, VS Louis, A Poulain, S Aris-Brosou
bioRxiv, 705178, 2019
2019
Microbial genomes retrieved from High Arctic lake sediments encode for adaptation to cold and oligotrophic environments
MO Ruuskanen, G Colby, KAS Pierre, VLS Louis, S Aris-Brosou, ...
bioRxiv, 724781, 2019
2019
Supplemental Figures: 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
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