Patrícia Chrzanová Pečnerová
Patrícia Chrzanová Pečnerová
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Evolutionary history of tree squirrels (Rodentia, Sciurini) based on multilocus phylogeny reconstruction
P Pečnerová, N Martínková
Zoologica Scripta 41 (3), 211-219, 2012
Genome-based sexing provides clues about behavior and social structure in the woolly mammoth
P Pečnerová, D Díez-del-Molino, N Dussex, T Feuerborn, J von Seth, ...
Current Biology 27 (22), 3505-3510. e3, 2017
Changes in variation at the MHC class II DQA locus during the final demise of the woolly mammoth
P Pečnerová, D Díez-del-Molino, S Vartanyan, L Dalén
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
A skull might lie: modeling ancestral ranges and diet from genes and shape of tree squirrels
P Pečnerová, JC Moravec, N Martínková
Systematic biology 64 (6), 1074-1088, 2015
Mitogenome evolution in the last surviving woolly mammoth population reveals neutral and functional consequences of small population size
P Pečnerová, E Palkopoulou, CW Wheat, P Skoglund, S Vartanyan, ...
Evolution letters 1 (6), 292-303, 2017
Exploring the diet of arctic wolves (Canis lupus arctos) at their northern range limit
F Dalerum, S Freire, A Angerbjörn, N Lecomte, Ĺ Lindgren, T Meijer, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 96 (3), 277-281, 2018
Testosterone in ancient hair from an extinct species
L Koren, D Matas, P Pečnerová, L Dalén, A Tikhonov, MTP Gilbert, ...
Palaeontology, 2018
Spatial variation in Arctic hare (Lepus arcticus) populations around the Hall Basin
F Dalerum, L Dalén, C Fröjd, N Lecomte, Ĺ Lindgren, T Meijer, ...
Polar Biology 40 (10), 2113-2118, 2017
‘Semi‐dwarf’woolly mammoths from the East Siberian Sea coast, continental Russia
IV Kirillova, OK Borisova, OF Chernova, T Van Kolfschoten, ...
Boreas 49 (2), 269-285, 2020
Competitive mapping allows to identify and exclude human DNA contamination in ancient faunal genomic datasets
TR Feuerborn, E Palkopoulou, T van der Valk, J von Seth, A Munters, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
4000-year-old reindeer mitogenomes from the Volga-Kama region reveal continuity among the forest reindeer in northeastern part of European Russia
MT Heino, IV Askeyev, DN Shaymuratova, OV Askeyev, AO Askeyev, ...
Archeology of the Eurasian Steppes 4, 179-190, 2019
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