Maison Dane's research while affiliated with University of Birmingham and other places

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Climate and environmental condition drive biodiversity at many levels of biological organization, from populations to ecosystems. Combined with paleoecological reconstructions, palaeogenetic information on resident populations provides novel insights into evolutionary trajectories and genetic diversity driven by environmental variability. While tem...
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Climate and environmental condition drive biodiversity at many levels of biological organisation, from populations to ecosystems. Combined with palaeoecological reconstructions, palaeogenetic information on resident populations provides novel insights into evolutionary trajectories and genetic diversity driven by environmental variability. While te...

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... We can extract DNA from these preserved diapausing eggs, and thereby reconstruct population genetic dynamics (Burge et al., 2018;Orsini et al., 2016). Although previous studies have revealed the evolutionary processes of Daphnia using diapausing eggs (e.g., Decaestecker et al., 2007;Hairston et al., 1999;Stoks et al., 2016), only three prior studies have observed long-term genetic dynamics of Daphnia species including the early stage of colonisation (Conde-Porcuna et al., 2021;Dane et al., 2020;Möst et al., 2015). Möst et al. (2015) analysed 40 years of long-term genetic dynamics of colonisation and establishment by Daphnia pulicaria that consisted of cyclic parthenogenetic lineages and possibly a few obligate parthenogenetic lineages. ...