PUBLICATIONS

  1. Stanger-Hall, K. F., S. E. Sander Lower, L. Lindberg, A. Hopkins, J. Pallansch, D. W. Hall. The evolution of sexual signal modes and associated sensor morphology in fireflies (Lampyridae, Coleoptera). In press. Proc. Royal Soc. B.

  2. Hall. D. W. and R. K. Dawe. 2018. Modeling the evolution of female meiotic drive in maize. In press. Genes | Genomes | Genetics.

  3. Higgins, D. M., E. G. Lowry, L. B. Kanizay, P. W. Becraft, D. W. Hall and R. K. Dawe. 2018. Fitness costs and variation in transmission distortion associated with the abnormal chromosome 10 meiotic drive system in maize. In press. Genetics.

  4. Hofmeister, B. T., K. Lee, N. A. Rohr, D. W. Hall, R. J. Schmitz. 2017. Stable inheritance of DNA methylation allows creation of epigenotype maps and the study of epiallele inheritance patterns in the absence of genetic variation. Genome Biology 18:155

  5. Lower, S. S., J. S. Johnston, K. F. Stanger-Hall, C. E, Hjelmen, S. J. Hanrahan, K. Korunes, and D. W. Hall. 2017. Genome Size in North American Fireflies: Substantial Variation Likely Driven by Neutral Processes. Genome Biology and Evolution 9: 1499-1512.

  6. Behringer, M. G. and D. W. Hall. 2016. Selection on position of nonsense codons in introns. Genetics 204: 1239–1248.

  7. Geiler-Samerotte, K. A., Y. O. Zhu, B. E. Goulet, D. W. Hall and M. L. Siegal. 2016. Selection transforms the landscape of genetic variation interacting with Hsp90. PLoS Biol 14: e2000465. doi:10.1371/ journal.pbio.2000465

  8. Hall, D. W.*, S. E. Sander*, J. C, Pallansch, and K. F. Stanger-Hall. 2016. The evolution of adult light emission color in North American fireflies. Evolution 79: 2033-2048. (* equal contribution)

  9. Behringer, M. G. and D. W. Hall. 2016. The repeatability of genome-wide mutation rate and spectrum estimates. Current Genetics 62:507-12. doi: 10.1007/s00294-016-0573-7

  10. Bewick A. J., B. T. Hofmeister, K. Lee, X. Zhang, D. W. Hall, and R. J. Schmitz. 2016. FASTmC: A suite of predictive models for non-reference-based estimations of DNA methylation. Genes | Genomes | Genetics 6:447-52. doi: 10.1534/g3.115.025668

  11. Behringer, M. G. and D. W. Hall. 2016. Genome wide estimates of mutation rates and spectrum in Schizosaccharomyces pombe indicate CpG sites are highly mutagenic despite the absence of DNA methylation. Genes | Genomes | Genetics 6:1149-160. doi:10.1534/g3.115.022129.

  12. Sander, S. E. and D. W. Hall. 2015. Variation in opsin genes correlates with signaling ecology in north American fireflies. Molecular Ecology 24:4679-95.

  13. Maynard, D. S., K. E. Leonard, J. M. Drake, D. W. Hall, T. W. Crowther and M. A. Bradford. 2015. Modelling the multidimensional niche by linking functional traits to competitive performance. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.0516 link

  14. Zhu, Y., M. L. Siegal, D. W. Hall, and D. A. Petrov. 2014. Reply to Chen and Zhang: On interpreting genome-wide trends from yeast mutation accumulation data. PNAS 111: E4063 link

  15. Zhu, Y., M. L. Siegal, D. W. Hall, and D. A. Petrov. 2014. Precise estimates of mutation rate and spectrum in yeast. PNAS 111: E2310–E2318 link

  16. Hall, D. W., S. V. Yi, and M. A. D. Goodisman. 2013. Kin selection, genomics, and caste-antagonistic pleiotropy. Biology Letters 9: 20130309.

  17. Hall, D. W., S. Fox, J. J. Kuzdzal-Fick, J.E. Strassmann And D. C. Queller. 2013. The Rate and Effects of Spontaneous Mutation on Fitness Traits in the Social Amoeba, Dictyostelium discoideum. Genes, Genomes, Genetics. doi: 10.1534/g3.113.005934 link

  18. Robinson, J. D., D. W. Hall, and J. P. Wares. 2013. Approximate Bayesian estimation of extinction rate in the Finnish Daphnia magna metapopulation. Molecular Ecology 22: 2627–2639. link

  19. Hall, D. W., and M. L. Wayne. 2012. Ohno’s “peril of hemizygosity” revisited: gene loss, dosage compensation, and mutation. Genome Biology and Evolution doi: 10.1093/gbe/evs106

  20. Robinson, J. D., C. R. Haag, D. W. Hall, V. I. Pajunen, and J. P. Wares. 2012. Genetic estimates of population age in the Finnish Daphnia magna Straus, 1820 metapopulation: results from simulated and empirical datasets. Journal of Heredity doi:10.1093/jhered/ess063. Robinson_et_al_2012.pdf

  21. Hall, D.W. and M. A. D. Goodisman. 2012. The effects kin selection on rates of molecular evolution in social insects. Evolution 66: 2080-2093.  Hall&Goodisman_2012.pdf

  22. Jackwood, M. W., D. W. Hall, and A. Handel. 2012. Molecular evolution and emergence of gammacoronaviruses. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 12: 1305-1311. Jackwood_et_al_2012.pdf

  23. Zakas, C. and D.W. Hall. 2012. Asymmetric dispersal and the maintenance of larval dimorphism in the benthic polychaete Streblospio benedicti. Integrative and Comparative Biology 52:197-212. doi:10.1093/icb/ics055.

  24. Stanger-Hall, K. F. and Hall, D. W. 2011. Abstinence-only education and teen pregnancy rates: Why we need comprehensive sex education in the U.S. PLoS ONE 6(10): e24658. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024658. link.

  25. Hall, D. W., and S. B. Joseph. 2010. A high frequency of beneficial mutations across multiple fitness components in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Genetics 185: 1397-1409. Hall&Joseph_2010.pdf

  26. Hall, D. W., M. Agan and S. C. Pope. 2010. Fitness epistasis among six biosynthetic loci in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Heredity 101: S75 – S84. link to PDF

  27. Moorad, J. A. and D. W. Hall. 2009. Age-dependent mutational effects curtail the evolution of senescence by antagonistic pleiotropy. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22: 2409-2419. Moorad&Hall_2009b.pdf

  28. Moorad, J. A. and D. W. Hall. 2009. Mutation accumulation, soft selection, and the middle-class neighborhood. Genetics 182: 1387-1389. Moorad&Hall_2009a.pdf

  29. Hall, D. W., R. Mahmoudizad, A. W. Hurd, and S. B. Joseph. 2008. Spontaneous mutations in diploid yeast: another thousand cell-generations. Genetical Research 90: 229-241. Hall_et_al_2008.pdf

  30. Hall, D. W. and T. M. Harvey.  2007. Mortality at a night roost of Great-tailed Grackles and European Starlings during a Spring hail storm. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119: 309-312. Hall&Harvey_2007.pdf

  31. Hall, D. W. and M. Kirkpatrick. 2006. Reinforcement and sex linkage. Evolution 60: 908-921. Hall&Kirkpatrick_2006.pdf

  32. Mank, J. E., D. W. Hall, M. Kirkpatrick and J. C.  Avise. 2006.  Sex chromosomes and male ornaments: A comparative evaluation in ray-finned fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society273: 233-236. Mank_et_al_2005.pdf

  33. Hall, D. W. 2004.  Meiotic drive and sex chromosome cycling. Evolution 58: 925-931. Hall_2004.pdf

  34. Joseph, S. and D. W. Hall. 2004. Spontaneous mutations in diploid yeast: More beneficial than expected. Genetics 168:1817-1825. Joseph&Hall_2004.pdf

  35. Kirkpatrick, M. K. and D. W. Hall. 2004a. Male-biased mutation, sex linkage, and the rate of adaptive evolution.  Evolution 58: 437-440. Kirkpatrick&Hall_2004.pdf

  36. Kirkpatrick, M. K. and D. W. Hall. 2004b. Sexual selection and sex linkage.  Evolution 58: 683-691. Kirkpatrick&Hall2004b.pdf

  37. Hall, D. W. 2000.  The evolution of haploid, diploid and polymorphic haploid-diploid life cycles.  The role of meiotic mutation.  Genetics 156: 893-896. Hall_2000.pdf

  38. Hall, D. W., M. Kirkpatrick and B. West. 2000.  Runaway sexual selection when female preferences are directly selected.  Evolution 54:1862-1869. Hall_et_al_2000.pdf

  39. Thrall, P., J. Antonovics and D. W. Hall.  1993.  Host and pathogen coexistence in sexually transmitted and vector-borne diseases characterized by frequency-dependent disease transmission.  American Naturalist 142:543-552. 

  40. Rausher, M. D., K. Iwao, E. L. Simms, N. Ohsaki and D. W. Hall.  1993. Induction and the cost of resistance in Ipomoea purpuraeEcology 74: 20-29. 

  41. Other Publications 

  42. Baird, A. B., G. B. Pauly, D. W. Hall, and T. J. LaDuc. 2009. Records of the porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum) from the eastern margins of the Edwards plateau of Texas. Texas Journal of Science 61(1): 65-67.

  43. Hall, D. W. 2008. Scavenging in Agkistrodon piscivorus. Herpetological Review 39(4):465.

  44. Hall, D. W. 2007. Geographic distribution: Regina rigida. Herpetological Review 38(2):221.

  45. Seabury, R., D. W. Hall and G. B. Pauly. 2005. Geographic distribution: Bufo woodhousiiHerpetological Review 36:198. 

  46. Hall, D. W., and T. J. LaDuc. 2004. Geographic distribution: Coluber constrictorHerpetological Review 35:291. 

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