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<em>Arabis alpina</em>: a perennial model plant for ecological genomics and life‐history evolution
Wötzel, S., Andrello, M., Albani, M. C., Koch, M. A., Coupland, G., & Gugerli, F. (2022). Arabis alpina: a perennial model plant for ecological genomics and life‐history evolution. Molecular Ecology Resources, 22(2), 468-486. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13490
Multiscale very high resolution topographic models in alpine ecology: pros and cons of airborne LiDAR and drone-based stereo-photogrammetry technologies
Guillaume, A. S., Leempoel, K., Rochat, E., Rogivue, A., Kasser, M., Gugerli, F., … Joost, S. (2021). Multiscale very high resolution topographic models in alpine ecology: pros and cons of airborne LiDAR and drone-based stereo-photogrammetry technologies. Remote Sensing, 13(8), 1588 (18 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/rs13081588
Impact of polymorphic transposable elements on linkage disequilibrium along chromosomes
Choudhury, R. R., Rogivue, A., Gugerli, F., & Parisod, C. (2019). Impact of polymorphic transposable elements on linkage disequilibrium along chromosomes. Molecular Ecology, 28(6), 1550-1562. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.15014
Genome‐wide variation in nucleotides and retrotransposons in alpine populations of&lt;em&gt;Arabis alpina &lt;/em&gt;(Brassicaceae)
Rogivue, A., Choudhury, R. R., Zoller, S., Joost, S., Felber, F., Kasser, M., … Gugerli, F. (2019). Genome‐wide variation in nucleotides and retrotransposons in alpine populations ofArabis alpina (Brassicaceae). Molecular Ecology Resources, 19(3), 773-787. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12991
The phylogeographic structure of <i>Arabis alpina</i> in the Alps shows consistent patterns across different types of molecular markers and geographic scales
Rogivue, A., Graf, R., Parisod, C., Holderegger, R., & Gugerli, F. (2018). The phylogeographic structure of Arabis alpina in the Alps shows consistent patterns across different types of molecular markers and geographic scales. Alpine Botany, 128(1), 35-45. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00035-017-0196-8