Silvia Perez-Espona
Silvia Perez-Espona
Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies -The University of Edinburgh
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Landscape features affect gene flow of Scottish Highland red deer (Cervus elaphus)
S Pérez‐Espona, FJ Pérez‐Barbería, JE McLeod, CD Jiggins, IJ Gordon, ...
Molecular Ecology 17 (4), 981-996, 2008
Bringing genetic diversity to the forefront of conservation policy and management
SM Hoban, HC Hauffe, S Pérez-Espona, JW Arntzen, G Bertorelle, J Bryja, ...
Conservation Genetics Resources 5, 593-598, 2013
Genomic Hotspots for Adaptation: The Population Genetics of Müllerian Mimicry in the Heliconius melpomene Clade
SW Baxter, NJ Nadeau, LS Maroja, P Wilkinson, BA Counterman, ...
PLoS Genetics 6 (2), e1000794, 2010
Why and how might genetic and phylogenetic diversity be reflected in the identification of key biodiversity areas?
TM Brooks, A Cuttelod, DP Faith, J Garcia-Moreno, P Langhammer, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
Red and sika deer in the British Isles, current management issues and management policy
S Pérez-Espona, JM Pemberton, R Putman
Mammalian Biology 74, 247-262, 2009
Genetic diversity and population structure of Scottish Highland red deer (Cervus elaphus) populations: a mitochondrial survey
S Pérez-Espona, FJ Pérez-Barbería, WP Goodall-Copestake, CD Jiggins, ...
Heredity 102 (2), 199-210, 2009
The early evolution of the mega-diverse genus Begonia (Begoniaceae) inferred from organelle DNA phylogenies
WP Goodall-Copestake, S Perez-Espona, DJ Harris, PM Hollingsworth
Biological journal of the Linnean society 101 (2), 243-250, 2010
Genetic diversity is considered important but interpreted narrowly in country reports to the Convention on Biological Diversity: Current actions and indicators are insufficient
S Hoban, CD Campbell, JM da Silva, R Ekblom, WC Funk, BA Garner, ...
Biological Conservation 261, 109233, 2021
Swarms of diversity at the gene cox1 in Antarctic krill
WP Goodall-Copestake, S Perez-Espona, MS Clark, EJ Murphy, PJ Seear, ...
Heredity 104 (5), 513-518, 2010
Conservation genetic resources for effective species survival (ConGRESS): bridging the divide between conservation research and practice
S Hoban, JW Arntzen, G Bertorelle, J Bryja, M Fernandes, K Frith, ...
Journal for Nature Conservation 21 (6), 433-437, 2013
Variable extent of sex‐biased dispersal in a strongly polygynous mammal
S Pérez‐Espona, FJ Pérez‐Barbería, CD Jiggins, IJ Gordon, ...
Molecular Ecology 19 (15), 3101-3113, 2010
Landscape genetics of a top neotropical predator
S Pérez‐Espona, JE McLeod, NR Franks
Molecular ecology 21 (24), 5969-5985, 2012
Introgression of exotic Cervus (nippon and canadensis) into red deer (Cervus elaphus) populations in Scotland and the English Lake District
SL Smith, HV Senn, S Pérez‐Espona, MT Wyman, E Heap, JM Pemberton
Ecology and Evolution 8 (4), 2122-2134, 2018
Conservation genetics in the European Union–biases, gaps and future directions
S Perez-Espona, ConGRESS Consortium
Biological Conservation 209, 130-136, 2017
Variation in the prion protein gene (PRNP) sequence of wild deer in Great Britain and mainland Europe
AL Robinson, H Williamson, ME Güere, H Tharaldsen, K Baker, SL Smith, ...
Veterinary research 50, 1-10, 2019
The impact of past introductions on an iconic and economically important species, the red deer of Scotland
S Pérez-Espona, RJ Hall, FJ Pérez-Barbería, BC Glass, JF Ward, ...
Journal of Heredity 104 (1), 14-22, 2013
Low genetic variation support bottlenecks in Scandinavian red deer
H Haanes, KH Røed, S Perez-Espona, O Rosef
European Journal of Wildlife Research 57, 1137-1150, 2011
Low genetic variation support bottlenecks in Scandinavian red deer
H Haanes, KH Røed, S Perez-Espona, O Rosef
European Journal of Wildlife Research 57, 1137-1150, 2011
Charting a course for genetic diversity in the UN Decade of Ocean Science
AI Thomson, FI Archer, MA Coleman, G Gajardo, WP Goodall‐Copestake, ...
Evolutionary Applications 14 (6), 1497-1518, 2021
Assessing the impact of past wapiti introductions into Scottish Highland red deer populations using a Y chromosome marker
S Pérez-Espona, FJ Pérez-Barbería, JM Pemberton
Mammalian Biology 76 (5), 640-643, 2011
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