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George Barrowclough
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Effective population size, genetic variation, and their use in population management
R Lande, GF Barrowclough
Viable populations for conservation 87, 87-124, 1987
15301987
Mitochondrial DNA under siege in avian phylogeography
RM Zink, GF Barrowclough
Molecular ecology 17 (9), 2107-2121, 2008
10632008
Basal divergences in birds and the phylogenetic utility of the nuclear RAG-1 gene
JG Groth, GF Barrowclough
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 12 (2), 115-123, 1999
5011999
A phylogenetic hypothesis for passerine birds: taxonomic and biogeographic implications of an analysis of nuclear DNA sequence data
FK Barker, GF Barrowclough, JG Groth
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
4432002
How many kinds of birds are there and why does it matter?
GF Barrowclough, J Cracraft, J Klicka, RM Zink
PLoS One 11 (11), e0166307, 2016
2702016
Genetic and phenotypic differentiation in a wood warbler (genus Dendroica) hybrid zone
GF Barrowclough
The Auk 97 (4), 655-668, 1980
2231980
Biochemical studies of microevolutionary processes
GF Barrowclough
Perspectives in ornithology, 223-261, 1983
2221983
Gene flow, effective population sizes, and genetic variance components in birds
GF Barrowclough
Evolution, 789-798, 1980
2091980
RAG-1 sequences resolve phylogenetic relationships within Charadriiform birds
TA Paton, AJ Baker, JG Groth, GF Barrowclough
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 29 (2), 268-278, 2003
2012003
Genetics, taxonomy, and conservation of the threatened California gnatcatcher
RM Zink, GF Barrowclough, JL Atwood, RC Blackwell‐Rago
Conservation Biology 14 (5), 1394-1405, 2000
1962000
Sampling bias in dispersal studies based on finite area
GF Barrowclough
Bird-banding 49 (4), 333-341, 1978
1781978
PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF SPOTTED OWL (STRIX OCCIDENTALIS) POPULATIONS BASED ON MITOCHONDRIAL DNA SEQUENCES: GENE FLOW, GENETIC …
GF Barrowclough, RJ Gutiérrez, JG Groth
Evolution 53 (3), 919-931, 1999
1531999
Gene flow and the genetic structure of populations
RF Rockwell, GF Barrowclough
Avian genetics, 223-255, 1987
1361987
Genetic variation and differentiation in the Parulidae
GF Barrowclough, KW Corbin
The Auk 95 (4), 691-702, 1978
1311978
Geographic variation, predictiveness, and subspecies
GF Barrowclough
The Auk 99 (3), 601-603, 1982
1191982
Genetic structure, introgression, and a narrow hybrid zone between northern and California spotted owls (Strix occidentalis)
GF Barrowclough, JG Groth, LA Mertz, RJ Gutiérrez
Molecular Ecology 14 (4), 1109-1120, 2005
1122005
Funds enough, and time: mtDNA, nuDNA and the discovery of divergence
GF Barrowclough, RM Zink
Molecular Ecology 18 (14), 2934-2936, 2009
1072009
Phylogeny, diversity, and classification of the Accipitridae based on DNA sequences of the RAG‐1 exon
CS Griffiths, GF Barrowclough, JG Groth, LA Mertz
Journal of Avian Biology 38 (5), 587-602, 2007
1072007
Genetic Variation and Differentiation in the Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis)
GF Barrowclough, RJ Gutierrez
The Auk 107 (4), 737-744, 1990
1021990
On the nature of genic variation in birds
GF Barrowclough, NK Johnson, RM Zink
Current Ornithology: Volume 2, 135-154, 1985
1021985
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