Enrique P. Lessa
Enrique P. Lessa
Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de la República
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Genetic footprints of demographic expansion in North America, but not Amazonia, during the Late Quaternary
EP Lessa, JA Cook, JL Patton
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (18), 10331-10334, 2003
4432003
Multidimensional analysis of geographic genetic structure
EP Lessa
Systematic Zoology 39 (3), 242-252, 1990
2791990
Screening techniques for detecting allelic variation in DNA sequences
EP Lessa, G Applebaum
Molecular ecology 2 (2), 119-129, 1993
2611993
The Molecular Phylogenetics of Tuco-Tucos (genusCtenomys, Rodentia: Octodontidae) Suggests an Early Burst of Speciation
EP Lessa, JA Cook
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 9 (1), 88-99, 1998
2131998
Rapid surveying of DNA sequence variation in natural populations.
EP Lessa
Molecular Biology and Evolution 9 (2), 323-330, 1992
1671992
Genetic footprints of late Quaternary climate change in the diversity of Patagonian‐Fueguian rodents
EP Lessa, G D’ELÍA, UFJ Pardinas
Molecular Ecology 19 (15), 3031-3037, 2010
1532010
Recurrent Amplifications and Deletions of Satellite DNA Accompanied Chromosomal Diversification in South American Tuco-tucos (Genus Ctenomys, Rodentia …
CH Slamovits, JA Cook, EP Lessa, M Susana Rossi
Molecular Biology and Evolution 18 (9), 1708-1719, 2001
1392001
Genetic and geographic differentiation in the Rio Negro tuco‐tuco (Ctenomys rionegrensis): Inferring the roles of migration and drift from multiple genetic markers
G Wlasiuk, JC Garza, EP Lessa
Evolution 57 (4), 913-926, 2003
1212003
Eastward Ho: phylogeographical perspectives on colonization of hosts and parasites across the Beringian nexus
E Waltari, EP Hoberg, EP Lessa, JA Cook
Journal of Biogeography 34 (4), 561-574, 2007
1022007
Species groups and the evolutionary diversification of tuco-tucos, genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae)
A Parada, G D'Elía, CJ Bidau, EP Lessa
Journal of Mammalogy 92 (3), 671-682, 2011
992011
Evolution of morphological adaptations for digging in living and extinct ctenomyid and octodontid rodents
EP Lessa, AI Vassallo, DH Verzi, MS Mora
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 95 (2), 267-283, 2008
972008
Morphological evolution of subterranean mammals: integrating structural, functional, and ecological perspectives.
EP Lessa
Progress in clinical and biological research 335, 211-230, 1990
911990
Rapid Diversification of South American Tuco-Tucos (Ctenomys; Rodentia, Ctenomyidae): Contrasting Mitochondrial and Nuclear Intron Sequences
AH Castillo, MN Cortinas, EP Lessa
Journal of Mammalogy 86 (1), 170-179, 2005
892005
Phylogeography of the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) provides a predictive framework for research on hantaviruses
JW Dragoo, JA Lackey, KE Moore, EP Lessa, JA Cook, TL Yates
Journal of General Virology 87 (7), 1997-2003, 2006
882006
Cytogenetics and Morphology of Ctenomys torquatus (Rodentia: Octodontidae)
TRO Freitas, EP Lessa
Journal of Mammalogy 65 (4), 637-642, 1984
821984
A reassessment of morphological specializations for digging in pocket gophers
EP Lessa, CS Thaeler Jr
Journal of Mammalogy 70 (4), 689-700, 1989
811989
Phylogeny and biogeography in the evolution of migration: shorebirds of the Charadrius complex
L Joseph, EP Lessa, L Christidis
Journal of Biogeography 26 (2), 329-342, 1999
721999
The evolution of mitochondrial genomes in subterranean caviomorph rodents: adaptation against a background of purifying selection
IH Tomasco, EP Lessa
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 61 (1), 64-70, 2011
692011
Reassessment of extinction patterns among the late Pleistocene mammals of South America
EP Lessa, RA Farina
Palaeontology 39 (3), 651-662, 1996
691996
The evolutionary history of sigmodontine rodents in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego
UFJ Pardinas, P Teta, G D'ELÍA, EP Lessa
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 103 (2), 495-513, 2011
672011
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