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Samuel M Flaxman

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Boulder
DepartmentEcology & Evolutionary Biology
Phone3034927184
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-6238-1174 Additional info

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    1. McCreery HF, Correll N, Breed MD, Flaxman S. Consensus or Deadlock? Consequences of Simple Behavioral Rules for Coordination in Group Decisions. PLoS One. 2016; 11(9):e0162768. PMID: 27682983.
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    2. Safran RJ, Scordato ES, Wilkins MR, Hubbard JK, Jenkins BR, Albrecht T, Flaxman SM, Karaardiç H, Vortman Y, Lotem A, Nosil P, Pap P, Shen S, Chan SF, Parchman TL, Kane NC. Genome-wide differentiation in closely related populations: the roles of selection and geographic isolation. Mol Ecol. 2016 Aug; 25(16):3865-83. PMID: 27357267.
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    3. Comeault AA, Flaxman SM, Riesch R, Curran E, Soria-Carrasco V, Gompert Z, Farkas TE, Muschick M, Parchman TL, Schwander T, Slate J, Nosil P. Selection on a genetic polymorphism counteracts ecological speciation in a stick insect. Curr Biol. 2015 Aug 03; 25(15):1975-81. PMID: 26119745.
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    4. Feder JL, Nosil P, Wacholder AC, Egan SP, Berlocher SH, Flaxman SM. Genome-Wide Congealing and Rapid Transitions across the Speciation Continuum during Speciation with Gene Flow. J Hered. 2014 Dec 01; 105(S1):810-820. PMID: 28173023.
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    5. Feder JL, Nosil P, Flaxman SM. Assessing when chromosomal rearrangements affect the dynamics of speciation: implications from computer simulations. Front Genet. 2014; 5:295. PMID: 25206365; PMCID: PMC4144205.
    6. Mendelson TC, Martin MD, Flaxman SM. Mutation-order divergence by sexual selection: diversification of sexual signals in similar environments as a first step in speciation. Ecol Lett. 2014 Sep; 17(9):1053-66. PMID: 24943881.
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    7. Flaxman SM, Wacholder AC, Feder JL, Nosil P. Theoretical models of the influence of genomic architecture on the dynamics of speciation. Mol Ecol. 2014 Aug; 23(16):4074-88. PMID: 24724861.
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    8. Feder JL, Nosil P, Wacholder AC, Egan SP, Berlocher SH, Flaxman SM. Genome-wide congealing and rapid transitions across the speciation continuum during speciation with gene flow. J Hered. 2014; 105 Suppl 1:810-20. PMID: 25149256.
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    9. Flaxman SM. Surfing downhill: when should population range expansion be characterized by reductions in fitness? Mol Ecol. 2013 Dec; 22(24):5963-5. PMID: 24138111.
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    10. Flaxman SM, Feder JL, Nosil P. Genetic hitchhiking and the dynamic buildup of genomic divergence during speciation with gene flow. Evolution. 2013 Sep; 67(9):2577-91. PMID: 24033168.
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    11. Feder JL, Flaxman SM, Egan SP, Nosil P. Hybridization and the build-up of genomic divergence during speciation. J Evol Biol. 2013 Feb; 26(2):261-6. PMID: 23324002.
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    12. Flaxman SM, Feder JL, Nosil P. Spatially explicit models of divergence and genome hitchhiking. J Evol Biol. 2012 Dec; 25(12):2633-50. PMID: 23110743.
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    13. Galanthay TE, Flaxman SM. Generalized movement strategies for constrained consumers: ignoring fitness can be adaptive. Am Nat. 2012 Apr; 179(4):475-89. PMID: 22437177.
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    14. Nosil P, Flaxman SM. Conditions for mutation-order speciation. Proc Biol Sci. 2011 Feb 07; 278(1704):399-407. PMID: 20702458; PMCID: PMC3013408.
    15. Flaxman SM, Lou Y. Tracking prey or tracking the prey's resource? Mechanisms of movement and optimal habitat selection by predators. J Theor Biol. 2009 Jan 21; 256(2):187-200. PMID: 18952108.
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    16. Flaxman SM, Sherman PW. Morning sickness: adaptive cause or nonadaptive consequence of embryo viability? Am Nat. 2008 Jul; 172(1):54-62. PMID: 18500939.
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    17. Brennan BJ, Flaxman SM, Alonzo SH. Female alternative reproductive behaviors: the effect of female group size on mate assessment and copying. J Theor Biol. 2008 Aug 07; 253(3):561-9. PMID: 18511084.
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    18. Flaxman SM, Reeve HK. Putting competition strategies into ideal free distribution models: habitat selection as a tug of war. J Theor Biol. 2006 Dec 21; 243(4):587-93. PMID: 16930625.
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    19. Sherman PW, Flaxman SM. Nausea and vomiting of pregnancy in an evolutionary perspective. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2002 May; 186(5 Suppl Understanding):S190-7. PMID: 12011885.
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    20. Flaxman SM, Sherman PW. Morning sickness: a mechanism for protecting mother and embryo. Q Rev Biol. 2000 Jun; 75(2):113-48. PMID: 10858967.
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