Matthew B. Hamilton
Matthew B. Hamilton
Department of Biology, Georgetown University
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Universal linker and ligation procedures for construction of genomic DNA libraries enriched for microsatellites
MB Hamilton, EL Pincus, AD Fiore, RC Fleischer
Biotechniques 27 (3), 500-507, 1999
8891999
Four primer pairs for the amplification of chloroplast intergenic regions with intraspecific variation
MB Hamilton
Molecular ecology 8, 521-523, 1999
8531999
Population genetics
M Hamilton
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
3742011
Tropical tree gene flow and seed dispersal
MB Hamilton
Nature 401 (6749), 129-130, 1999
1861999
Ex situ conservation of wild plant species: time to reassess the genetic assumptions and implications of seed banks
MB Hamilton
Conservation biology 8 (1), 39-49, 1994
1401994
Genetic erosion, restricted mating and reduced viability in fragmented populations of the endangered grassland herb Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides
AG Young
Genetics, demography and viability of fragmented populations, 2000
1292000
Patterns and relative rates of nucleotide and insertion/deletion evolution at six chloroplast intergenic regions in New World species of the Lecythidaceae
MB Hamilton, JM Braverman, DF Soria-Hernanz
Molecular biology and evolution 20 (10), 1710-1721, 2003
1242003
Comparing relative rates of pollen and seed gene flow in the island model using nuclear and organelle measures of population structure
MB Hamilton, JR Miller
Genetics 162 (4), 1897-1909, 2002
942002
Altering fish embryos with aquaporin-3: an essential step toward successful cryopreservation
M Hagedorn, SL Lance, DM Fonseca, FW Kleinhans, D Artimov, ...
Biology of reproduction 67 (3), 961-966, 2002
852002
Four primer pairs for the amplification of chloroplast intergenic regions with intraspesific variation
MB Hamilton
Molec. Ecol. 8, 513-525, 1999
741999
The impact of microsatellite electromorph size homoplasy on multilocus population structure estimates in a tropical tree (Corythophora alta) and an anadromous fish (Morone …
RI Adams, KM Brown, MB Hamilton
Molecular ecology 13 (9), 2579-2588, 2004
622004
FST and QST under neutrality
JR Miller, BP Wood, MB Hamilton
Genetics 180 (2), 1023-1037, 2008
462008
Hierarchical components of genetic variation at a species boundary: population structure in two sympatric varieties of Lupinus microcarpus (Leguminosae)
CS Drummond, MB Hamilton
Molecular Ecology 16 (4), 753-769, 2007
392007
Reconciling nuclear microsatellite and mitochondrial marker estimates of population structure: breeding population structure of Chesapeake Bay striped bass (Morone saxatilis)
KM Brown, GA Baltazar, MB Hamilton
Heredity 94 (6), 606-615, 2005
322005
The mating system and relative performance of selfed and outcrossed progeny in Arabis fecunda (Brassicaceae)
MB Hamilton, T Mitchell‐Olds
American Journal of Botany 81 (10), 1252-1256, 1994
311994
Reconsidering the generation time hypothesis based on nuclear ribosomal ITS sequence comparisons in annual and perennial angiosperms
DF Soria-Hernanz, O Fiz-Palacios, JM Braverman, MB Hamilton
BMC Evolutionary Biology 8 (1), 344, 2008
292008
Permanent genetic resources added to molecular ecology resources database 1 August 2010–30 September 2010
Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium, ...
Molecular ecology resources 11 (1), 219-222, 2011
252011
Post‐mating reproductive barriers in two unidirectionally hybridizing sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis)
S Immler, MB Hamilton, NJ Poslusny, TR Birkhead, JM Epifanio
Journal of evolutionary biology 24 (1), 111-120, 2011
232011
Molecular evolution of the chalcone synthase gene family and identification of the expressed copy in flower petal tissue of Viola cornuta
M Farzad, DF Soria-Hernanz, M Altura, MB Hamilton, MR Weiss, ...
Plant science 168 (4), 1127-1134, 2005
222005
Brief communication. Cloned microsatellite repeats differ between 4-base restriction endonucleases
MB Hamilton, RC Fleischer
Journal of Heredity 90 (5), 561-563, 1999
201999
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