Rachael A. Bay
Rachael A. Bay
Department of Evolution and Ecology, UC Davis
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Mechanisms of reef coral resistance to future climate change
SR Palumbi, DJ Barshis, N Traylor-Knowles, RA Bay
Science 344 (6186), 895-898, 2014
Multilocus Adaptation Associated with Heat Resistance in Reef-Building Corals
RA Bay, SR Palumbi
Current Biology 24 (24), 2952-2956, 2014
Genomic signals of selection predict climate-driven population declines in a migratory bird
RA Bay, RJ Harrigan, V Le Underwood, HL Gibbs, TB Smith, K Ruegg
Science 359 (6371), 83-86, 2018
Rapid acclimation ability mediated by transcriptome changes in reef-building corals
RA Bay, SR Palumbi
Genome biology and evolution 7 (6), 1602-1612, 2015
Predicting responses to contemporary environmental change using evolutionary response architectures
RA Bay, N Rose, R Barrett, L Bernatchez, CK Ghalambor, JR Lasky, ...
The American Naturalist 189 (5), 463-473, 2017
Genomic models predict successful coral adaptation if future ocean warming rates are reduced
RA Bay, NH Rose, CA Logan, SR Palumbi
Science Advances 3 (11), e1701413, 2017
Genetic Coupling of Female Mate Choice with Polygenic Ecological Divergence Facilitates Stickleback Speciation
RA Bay, ME Arnegard, GL Conte, J Best, NL Bedford, SR McCann, ...
Current Biology 27 (21), 3344-3349. e4, 2017
Polygenic evolution drives species divergence and climate adaptation in corals
NH Rose, RA Bay, MK Morikawa, SR Palumbi
Evolution 72 (1), 82-94, 2018
Recombination detection under evolutionary scenarios relevant to functional divergence
RA Bay, JP Bielawski
Journal of molecular evolution 73 (5-6), 273-286, 2011
Comparative analysis of the Pocillopora damicornis genome highlights role of immune system in coral evolution
R Cunning, RA Bay, P Gillette, AC Baker, N Traylor-Knowles
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 16134, 2018
Transcriptome predictors of coral survival and growth in a highly variable environment
RA Bay, SR Palumbi
Ecology and evolution 7 (13), 4794-4803, 2017
Mechanisms of Thermal Tolerance in Reef-Building Corals across a Fine-Grained Environmental Mosaic: Lessons from Ofu, American Samoa
L Thomas, NH Rose, RA Bay, EH López, MK Morikawa, L Ruiz-Jones, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 434, 2018
Genomic islands of divergence or opportunities for introgression?
RA Bay, K Ruegg
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1850), 20162414, 2017
A call for tiger management using “reserves” of genetic diversity
RA Bay, U Ramakrishnan, EA Hadly
Journal of Heredity 105 (3), 295-302, 2014
Ecological genomics predicts climate vulnerability in an endangered southwestern songbird
K Ruegg, RA Bay, EC Anderson, JF Saracco, RJ Harrigan, M Whitfield, ...
Ecology letters 21 (7), 1085-1096, 2018
Parallel introgression and selection on introduced alleles in a native species
RA Bay, EB Taylor, D Schluter
Molecular Ecology 28 (11), 2802-2813, 2019
Inference of functional divergence among proteins when the evolutionary process is non-stationary
RA Bay, JP Bielawski
Journal of molecular evolution 76 (4), 205-215, 2013
Characterization of SNP markers for the painted bunting (Passerina ciris) and their relevance in population differentiation and genome evolution studies
A Contina, RA Bay, V Le Underwood, TB Smith, JF Kelly, ES Bridge, ...
Conservation Genetics Resources, 1-6, 2017
Strong phenotypic divergence in spite of low genetic structure in the endemic Mangrove Warbler subspecies (Setophaga petechia xanthotera) of Costa Rica
T Chavarria‐Pizarro, JP Gomez, J Ungvari‐Martin, R Bay, MM Miyamoto, ...
Ecology and Evolution, 2019
Can genomes predict coral bleaching?
RA Bay, L Guerrero
Science 369 (6501), 249-250, 2020
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