Ward Watt

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Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Charles Lee Remington grad student 1967 Yale (Evolution Tree)

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David A. Garfield research assistant European Molecular Biology (Evolution Tree)
Jonathan A. Eisen research assistant 1991-1991 (Evolution Tree)
Benjamin K. Blackman research assistant 2000-2001 Stanford (Evolution Tree)
Eiman Azim research assistant 2003-2004 Stanford
Johanna Schmitt grad student 1974-1981 Stanford (Evolution Tree)
Kenneth A. Callicott grad student 2001 Stanford
Christopher W. Wheat grad student 2001 Stanford
Jeannie A. Stamberger grad student 2006 Stanford
Jessica W. Shors grad student 2009 Stanford
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Bonebrake TC, Watt WB, Perez A, et al. (2011) One variable species or multiple cryptic? Mitochondrial phylogeny of central and north american chlosyne lacinia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) European Journal of Entomology. 108: 529-535
Wang B, Watt WB, Aakre C, et al. (2009) Emergence of complex haplotypes from microevolutionary variation in sequence and structure of Colias phosphoglucose isomerase. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 68: 433-47
Wheat CW, Watt WB. (2008) A mitochondrial-DNA-based phylogeny for some evolutionary-genetic model species of Colias butterflies (Lepidoptera, Pieridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 47: 893-902
Wheat CW, Watt WB, Pollock DD, et al. (2006) From DNA to fitness differences: sequences and structures of adaptive variants of Colias phosphoglucose isomerase (PGI). Molecular Biology and Evolution. 23: 499-512
Chew FS, Watt WB. (2006) The green-veined white (Pieris napi L.), its Pierine relatives, and the systematics dilemmas of divergent character sets (Lepidoptera, Pieridae) Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 88: 413-435
Wheat CW, Watt WB, Boutwell CL. (2005) A reconnaissance of population genetic variation in arctic and subarctic sulfur butterflies (Colias spp.; Lepidoptera, Pieridae) Canadian Journal of Zoology. 83: 1614-1623
Watt WB, Wheat CW, Meyer EH, et al. (2003) Adaptation at specific loci. VII. Natural selection, dispersal and the diversity of molecular-functional variation patterns among butterfly species complexes (Colias: Lepidoptera, Pieridae). Molecular Ecology. 12: 1265-75
Watt WB, Donohue K, Carter PA. (1996) Adaptation at specific loci. VI. Divergence vs. parallelism of polymorphic allozymes in molecular function and fitness-component effects among Colias species (Lepidoptera, Pieridae) Molecular Biology and Evolution. 13: 699-709
Carter PA, Watt WB. (1988) Adaptation at specific loci. V. Metabolically adjacent enzyme loci may have very distinct experiences of selective pressures. Genetics. 119: 913-24
Watt WB, Carter PA, Donohue K. (1986) Females' choice of "good genotypes" as mates is promoted by an insect mating system. Science (New York, N.Y.). 233: 1187-90
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