María Quintela
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Three decades of farmed escapees in the wild: a spatio-temporal analysis of Atlantic salmon population genetic structure throughout Norway
KA Glover, M Quintela, V Wennevik, F Besnier, AGE Sørvik, Ø Skaala
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e43129, 2012
Imposex, organotin bioaccumulation and sterility of female Nassarius reticulatus in polluted areas of NW Spain
R Barreiro, R González, M Quintela, JM Ruiz
Marine Ecology Progress Series 218, 203-212, 2001
A pedigree‐based experiment reveals variation in salinity and thermal tolerance in the salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis
LER Ljungfeldt, M Quintela, F Besnier, F Nilsen, KA Glover
Evolutionary Applications 10 (10), 1007-1019, 2017
Local divergence of thermal reaction norms among amphibian populations is affected by pond temperature variation
A Richter-Boix, M Katzenberger, H Duarte, M Quintela, M Tejedo, ...
Evolution 69 (8), 2210-2226, 2015
Can balancing selection on MHC loci counteract genetic drift in small fragmented populations of black grouse?
TM Strand, G Segelbacher, M Quintela, L Xiao, T Axelsson, J Höglund
Ecology and evolution 2 (2), 341-353, 2012
Ubiquitous imposex and organotin bioaccumulation in gastropods Nucella lapillus from Galicia (NW Spain): A possible effect of nearshore shipping
JM Ruiz, M Quintela, R Barreiro
Marine Ecology Progress Series 164, 237-244, 1998
Fine‐grained adaptive divergence in an amphibian: genetic basis of phenotypic divergence and the role of nonrandom gene flow in restricting effective migration among wetlands
A Richter‐Boix, M Quintela, M Kierczak, M Franch, A Laurila
Molecular Ecology 22 (5), 1322-1340, 2013
Decreased TBT pollution and changing bioaccumulation pattern in gastropods imply butyltin desorption from sediments
JM Ruiz, R Barreiro, L Couceiro, M Quintela
Chemosphere 73 (8), 1253-1257, 2008
The use of Nucella lapillus (L.) transplanted in cages to monitor tributyltin (TBT) pollution
M Quintela, R Barreiro, JM Ruiz
Science of the total environment 247 (2-3), 227-237, 2000
Climatic adaptation in an isolated and genetically impoverished amphibian population
G Orizaola, M Quintela, A Laurila
Ecography 33 (4), 730-737, 2010
Genetic analysis of differentiation among breeding ponds reveals a candidate gene for local adaptation in Rana arvalis
A RICHTER‐BOIX, M Quintela, G Segelbacher, A Laurila
Molecular ecology 20 (8), 1582-1600, 2011
Aphally and imposex in Nucella lapillus from Galicia (NW Spain): incidence, geographical distribution and consequences for the biomonitoring of TBT contamination
R Barreiro, M Quintela, JM Ruiz
Marine Ecology Progress Series 185, 229-238, 1999
Genomic analysis reveals neutral and adaptive patterns that challenge the current management regime for East Atlantic cod Gadus morhua L
T Johansen, F Besnier, M Quintela, PE Jorde, KA Glover, JI Westgaard, ...
Evolutionary applications 13 (10), 2673-2688, 2020
Analysis of coastal cod (Gadus morhua L.) sampled on spawning sites reveals a genetic gradient throughout Norway’s coastline
G Dahle, M Quintela, T Johansen, JI Westgaard, F Besnier, A Aglen, ...
BMC genetics 19, 1-17, 2018
Genetic analysis of goldsinny wrasse reveals evolutionary insights into population connectivity and potential evidence of inadvertent translocation via aquaculture
E Jansson, M Quintela, G Dahle, J Albretsen, H Knutsen, C André, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (8), 2135-2147, 2017
AFLPs and mitochondrial haplotypes reveal local adaptation to extreme thermal environments in a freshwater gastropod
M Quintela, MP Johansson, BK Kristjansson, R Barreiro, A Laurila
PLoS One 9 (7), e101821, 2014
Analyses of historical and current populations of black grouse in Central Europe reveal strong effects of genetic drift and loss of genetic diversity
G Segelbacher, TM Strand, M Quintela, T Axelsson, HAH Jansman, ...
Conservation Genetics 15, 1183-1195, 2014
Genetic analysis redraws the management boundaries for the European sprat
M Quintela, C Kvamme, D Bekkevold, RDM Nash, E Jansson, AG Sørvik, ...
Evolutionary Applications 13 (8), 1906-1922, 2020
Population genetic analysis reveals a geographically limited transition zone between two genetically distinct Atlantic salmon lineages in Norway
V Wennevik, M Quintela, Ø Skaala, E Verspoor, S Prusov, KA Glover
Ecology and Evolution 9 (12), 6901-6921, 2019
Is the ballan wrasse (Labrus bergylta) two species? Genetic analysis reveals within‐species divergence associated with plain and spotted morphotype frequencies
M Quintela, EA Danielsen, L Lopez, R Barreiro, T Svåsand, H Knutsen, ...
Integrative Zoology 11 (2), 162-172, 2016
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