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Publications

  1. Dalziel, AC, Schulte PM 2012b. Correlates of prolonged swimming performance in F2 hybrids of migratory and non-migratory threespine stickleback ecotypes. Journal of Experimental Biology, 215: 3587-3596.
  2. Dalziel, AC, Schulte PM 2012a. (Perspective) Ecological proteomics: Finding molecular markers that matter. Molecular Ecology, 21: 3382–3384 [ Link ]
  3. Dalziel AC, Vines TH, and Schulte PM 2012. Repeated reductions in prolonged swimming capacity following freshwater colonization in threespine stickleback. Evolution, 66: 1226–1239. [ Link ]
  4. Dalziel, AC, Ou M, and Schulte PM 2012. Mechanisms underlying parallel reductions in aerobic capacity in non-migratory threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) populations. Journal of Experimental Biology, 215: 746-759. [ Link ]
  5. Dalziel AC, Rogers SM, and Schulte PM 2009. Linking genotypes to phenotypes and fitness: how mechanistic biology can inform molecular ecology. Molecular Ecology, 18: 4997-5017 [ Link ]

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Anne Dalziel

PhD

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Office phone: 604-822-6759
Lab phone: 604-822-6759
Research area: Comparative Physiology, Evolution
Supervisor: P. Schulte
History: B.Sc. Acadia University (2001), M.Sc. Queen's University (2003)

An animal's capacity for locomotion can influence its ability to successfully perform a variety of ecologically important tasks (e.g. escaping from predators, attracting mates, reproducing), but we know very little about the mechanisms by which activity capacity evolves. For my PhD dissertation, I am studying the physiological and metabolic traits that are associated with differences in swimming capacity between non-migratory and migratory marine populations of the threespine stickleback. I am also testing to see if these traits have evolved in parallel in a number of independent stream-resident populations, which is suggestive of natural selection.

Awards

2012

UBC Science Achievement Awards

For Service

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2007

University Graduate Fellowship

For Research

2006

University Graduate Fellowship

For Research

2004

NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarship

For Research

Last updated 11 September 2012