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Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology
- Harvard University Center for the Environment
- Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
- Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
- Museum of Comparative Zoology
Office: MCZ 206
Evolutionary genetics of natural populations of mammals, with specific focus on ecological genetics and genomics.
OEB 53: Evolutionary Biology
OEB 230: Speciation
OEB 231: Adaptation
Robinson, G.E. et al. 2010 Empowering 21st century biology. BioScience 60:923-930.
Hoekstra, H.E. 2010. From mice to molecules: the genetic basis of color adaptation. In the Light of Evolution: Essays from the Laboratory and Field. (Ed. J.B. Losos). Roberts and Co. Publishers, Greenwood Village, CO.
Linnen, C.R. and H.E. Hoekstra. 2009. Measuring natural selection on genotypes and phenotypes. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology. 74:155-168.
Mullen, L.M., S.N. Vignieri, J.A. Gore and H.E. Hoekstra. 2009. Adaptive basis of geographic variation: genetic, phenotypic and environmental differentiation among beach mouse populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society. B 276:3809-3818.
Linnen, C.R., E.P. Kingsley, J.D. Jensen and H.E. Hoekstra. 2009. On the origin and spread of an adaptive allele in deer mice. Science. 325:1095-1098.
Mullen, L.M. and H.E. Hoekstra. 2008. Natural selection along an environmental gradient: a classic cline in mouse pigmentation. Evolution. 62(7): 1555-1570.
Stinchcombe, J.R. and H.E. Hoekstra. 2007. Population genomics and quantitative genetics: combined approaches for finding the genes underlying ecologically important traits. Heredity. 100:158-170.
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