Jason R. Gallant

Zoology Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Electric Fish, Neuroethology, Development, Evolution
"Jason Gallant"


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Kent D. Dunlap research assistant 2001-2005 Trinity College
Carl D. Hopkins grad student 2005-2011 Cornell
 (Mechanisms of signal diversity in mormyrid electric fish.)
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Picq S, Sperling J, Cheng CJ, et al. (2020) Genetic drift does not sufficiently explain patterns of electric signal variation among populations of the mormyrid electric fish Paramormyrops kingsleyae. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Traeger LL, Volkening JD, Moffett H, et al. (2015) Unique patterns of transcript and miRNA expression in the South American strong voltage electric eel (Electrophorus electricus). Bmc Genomics. 16: 243
Gallant JR, Imhoff VE, Martin A, et al. (2014) Ancient homology underlies adaptive mimetic diversity across butterflies. Nature Communications. 5: 4817
Gallant JR, Traeger LL, Volkening JD, et al. (2014) Nonhuman genetics. Genomic basis for the convergent evolution of electric organs. Science (New York, N.Y.). 344: 1522-5
Kronforst MR, Hansen ME, Crawford NG, et al. (2013) Hybridization reveals the evolving genomic architecture of speciation. Cell Reports. 5: 666-77
Carlson BA, Gallant JR. (2013) From sequence to spike to spark: evo-devo-neuroethology of electric communication in mormyrid fishes. Journal of Neurogenetics. 27: 106-29
Gallant JR, Hopkins CD, Deitcher DL. (2012) Differential expression of genes and proteins between electric organ and skeletal muscle in the mormyrid electric fish Brienomyrus brachyistius. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 215: 2479-94
Gallant JR, Arnegard ME, Sullivan JP, et al. (2011) Signal variation and its morphological correlates in Paramormyrops kingsleyae provide insight into the evolution of electrogenic signal diversity in mormyrid electric fish. Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology. 197: 799-817
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