Fritz Lab publication in Molecular Ecology
One of the primary goals of our research is to understand the ways in which insect genomes respond to human-mediated selection pressures in the landscape. Agricultural landscapes can often be characterized by sweeping changes to the physical terrain, shifts in host plant composition, and chemical inputs into the environment. In our newest publication, we show that NGS approaches can be used to identify genomic changes in agricultural species as a response to changing insect management regimes.
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