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Margaret Kidwell
Margaret Kidwell
Regents Professor Emerita, The University of Arizona
Verified email at email.arizona.edu
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HYBRID DYSGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER: A SYNDROME OF ABERRANT TRAITS INCLUDING MUTATION, STERILITY AND MALE …
MG Kidwell, JF Kidwell, JA Sved
Genetics 86 (4), 813-833, 1977
9391977
Transposable elements as sources of variation in animals and plants
MG Kidwell, D Lisch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (15), 7704-7711, 1997
7201997
Perspective: transposable elements, parasitic DNA, and genome evolution
MG Kidwell, DR Lisch
Evolution 55 (1), 1-24, 2001
7052001
The molecular basis of PM hybrid dysgenesis: the role of the P element, a P-strain-specific transposon family
PM Bingham, MG Kidwell, GM Rubin
Cell 29 (3), 995-1004, 1982
6601982
Transposable elements and the evolution of genome size in eukaryotes
MG Kidwell
Genetica 115 (1), 49-63, 2002
6402002
The molecular basis of PM hybrid dysgenesis: the nature of induced mutations
GM Rubin, MG Kidwell, PM Bingham
Cell 29 (3), 987-994, 1982
5501982
Evidence for horizontal transmission of the P transposable element between Drosophila species.
SB Daniels, KR Peterson, LD Strausbaugh, MG Kidwell, A Chovnick
Genetics 124 (2), 339-355, 1990
4851990
Transposable elements and host genome evolution
MG Kidwell, DR Lisch
Trends in ecology & evolution 15 (3), 95-99, 2000
4342000
Evolution of hybrid dysgenesis determinants in Drosophila melanogaster
MG Kidwell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 80 (6), 1655-1659, 1983
3591983
Possible horizontal transfer of Drosophila genes by the mite Proctolaelaps regalis
MA Houck, JB Clark, KR Peterson, MG Kidwell
Science 253 (5024), 1125-1128, 1991
3171991
Hybrid dysgenesis determinants
JC Bregliano, MG Kidwell
Mobile genetic elements 1, 363-410, 1983
2861983
Molecular characteristics of diverse populations are consistent with the hypothesis of a recent invasion of Drosophila melanogaster by mobile P elements.
D Anxolabéhère, MG Kidwell, G Periquet
Molecular biology and evolution 5 (3), 252-269, 1988
2761988
KP elements repress P‐induced hybrid dysgenesis in Drosophila melanogaster.
DM Black, MS Jackson, MG Kidwell, GA Dover
The EMBO journal 6 (13), 4125-4135, 1987
2551987
Transposable elements as population drive mechanisms: specification of critical parameter values
JMC Ribeiro, MG Kidwell
Journal of medical entomology 31 (1), 10-16, 1994
2321994
Lateral transfer in natural populations of eukaryotes
MG Kidwell
Annual review of genetics 27, 235-257, 1993
2271993
HYBRID DYSGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER: STERILITY RESULTING FROM GONADAL DYSGENESIS IN THE P-M SYSTEM
MG Kidwell, JB Novy
Genetics 92 (4), 1127-1140, 1979
1571979
A phylogenetic perspective on P transposable element evolution in Drosophila
JB Clark, MG Kidwell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (21), 11428-11433, 1997
1561997
Hybrid dysgenesis in Drosophila melanogaster: The relationship between the P–M and I–R interaction systems
MG Kidwell
Genetics Research 33 (3), 205-217, 1979
1481979
Horizontal transfer of P elements and other short inverted repeat transposons
MG Kidwell
Genetica 86 (1), 275-286, 1992
1401992
Horizontal transfer and selection in the evolution of P elements
JC Silva, MG Kidwell
Molecular Biology and Evolution 17 (10), 1542-1557, 2000
1272000
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