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Helen Taylor
Helen Taylor
Conservation Programme Manager, Royal Zoological Society of Scotland
Verified email at rzss.org.uk - Homepage
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An emergent science on the brink of irrelevance: a review of the past 8 years of DNA barcoding
HR Taylor, WE Harris
Molecular Ecology Resources 12 (3), 377-388, 2012
3712012
Genomics advances the study of inbreeding depression in the wild
M Kardos, HR Taylor, H Ellegren, G Luikart, FW Allendorf
Evolutionary applications 9 (10), 1205-1218, 2016
2562016
Environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding reveals strong discrimination among diverse marine habitats connected by water movement
GJ Jeunen, M Knapp, HG Spencer, MD Lamare, HR Taylor, M Stat, ...
Molecular ecology resources 19 (2), 426-438, 2019
2222019
Beyond biodiversity: Can environmental DNA (eDNA) cut it as a population genetics tool?
CIM Adams, M Knapp, NJ Gemmell, GJ Jeunen, M Bunce, MD Lamare, ...
Genes 10 (3), 192, 2019
1942019
Bridging the conservation genetics gap by identifying barriers to implementation for conservation practitioners
HR Taylor, N Dussex, Y van Heezik
Global Ecology and Conservation 10, 231-242, 2017
1672017
The tuatara genome reveals ancient features of amniote evolution
NJ Gemmell, K Rutherford, S Prost, M Tollis, D Winter, JR Macey, ...
Nature 584 (7821), 403-409, 2020
1392020
Water stratification in the marine biome restricts vertical environmental DNA (eDNA) signal dispersal
GJ Jeunen, MD Lamare, M Knapp, HG Spencer, HR Taylor, M Stat, ...
Environmental DNA 2 (1), 99-111, 2020
1022020
The use and abuse of genetic marker‐based estimates of relatedness and inbreeding
HR Taylor
Ecology and evolution 5 (15), 3140-3150, 2015
982015
Species‐level biodiversity assessment using marine environmental DNA metabarcoding requires protocol optimization and standardization
GJ Jeunen, M Knapp, HG Spencer, HR Taylor, MD Lamare, M Stat, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (3), 1323-1335, 2019
932019
Conserving and enhancing genetic diversity in translocation programs
AR Weeks, D Moro, R Thavornkanlapachai, HR Taylor, NE White, ...
Advances in reintroduction biology of Australian and New Zealand Fauna, 127-140, 2015
572015
Cryptic inbreeding depression in a growing population of a long‐lived species
HR Taylor, RM Colbourne, HA Robertson, NJ Nelson, FW Allendorf, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (3), 799-813, 2017
472017
Valid estimates of individual inbreeding coefficients from marker-based pedigrees are not feasible in wild populations with low allelic diversity
HR Taylor, MD Kardos, KM Ramstad, FW Allendorf
Conservation Genetics 16, 901-913, 2015
392015
Emerging technologies to conserve biodiversity: further opportunities via genomics. Response to Pimm et al.
HR Taylor, NJ Gemmell
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (3), 171-172, 2016
332016
Genetic sex assignment in wild populations using genotyping‐by‐sequencing data: a statistical threshold approach
WR Stovall, HR Taylor, M Black, S Grosser, K Rutherford, NJ Gemmell
Molecular ecology resources 18 (2), 179-190, 2018
232018
Reduced representation sequencing detects only subtle regional structure in a heavily exploited and rapidly recolonizing marine mammal species
N Dussex, HR Taylor, WR Stovall, K Rutherford, KG Dodds, SM Clarke, ...
Ecology and evolution 8 (17), 8736-8749, 2018
142018
De-extinction needs consultation
HR Taylor, N Dussex, Y van Heezik
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (7), 0198, 2017
142017
When genetic and phenotypic data do not agree: the conservation implications of ignoring inconvenient taxonomic evidence
N Dussex, HR Taylor, M Irestedt, BC Robertson
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 42 (2), 284-290, 2018
132018
Diverse single-stranded DNA viruses identified in New Zealand (Aotearoa) South Island robin (Petroica australis) fecal samples
JM Custer, R White, H Taylor, K Schmidlin, RS Fontenele, D Stainton, ...
Virology 565, 38-51, 2022
122022
Environmental DNA reflects common haplotypic variation
CIM Adams, C Hepburn, GJ Jeunen, H Cross, HR Taylor, NJ Gemmell, ...
Environmental DNA 5 (5), 906-919, 2023
112023
The conservation management implications of isolation by distance and high genetic diversity in Great Spotted Kiwi (Apteryx haastii)
HR Taylor, H Robertson, AL Carter, KM Ramstad
Emu-Austral Ornithology 121 (1-2), 10-22, 2021
112021
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