Sonal Singhal
Sonal Singhal
Associate Professor, CSU Dominguez Hills
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Transcriptome-based exon capture enables highly cost-effective comparative genomic data collection at moderate evolutionary scales
K Bi, D Vanderpool, S Singhal, T Linderoth, C Moritz, JM Good
BMC genomics 13 (1), 1-14, 2012
Stable recombination hotspots in birds
S Singhal, EM Leffler, K Sannareddy, I Turner, O Venn, DM Hooper, ...
Science 350 (6263), 928-932, 2015
Museum genomics: low‐cost and high‐accuracy genetic data from historical specimens
KC Rowe, S Singhal, MD Macmanes, JF Ayroles, TL Morelli, EM Rubidge, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 11 (6), 1082-1092, 2011
Reproductive isolation between phylogeographic lineages scales with divergence
S Singhal, C Moritz
Proc. R. Soc. B 280 (1772), 20132246, 2013
De novo transcriptomic analyses for non‐model organisms: an evaluation of methods across a multi‐species data set
S Singhal
Molecular Ecology Resources 13 (3), 403-416, 2013
Evaluating the performance of anchored hybrid enrichment at the tips of the tree of life: a phylogenetic analysis of Australian Eugongylus group scincid lizards
MC Brandley, JG Bragg, S Singhal, DG Chapple, CK Jennings, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 15 (1), 1-14, 2015
A framework for resolving cryptic species: a case study from the lizards of the Australian Wet Tropics
S Singhal, CJ Hoskin, P Couper, S Potter, C Moritz
Systematic biology 67 (6), 1061-1075, 2018
Strong selection against hybrids maintains a narrow contact zone between morphologically cryptic lineages in a rainforest lizard
S Singhal, C Moritz
Evolution 66 (5), 1474-1489, 2012
Beyond reproductive isolation: Demographic controls on the speciation process
MG Harvey, S Singhal, DL Rabosky
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 50, 75-95, 2019
Evolution of a distinct genomic domain in Drosophila: comparative analysis of the dot chromosome in Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila virilis
W Leung, CD Shaffer, T Cordonnier, J Wong, MS Itano, EES Tempel, ...
Genetics, 2010
The behavioral ecology of sleep: natural sleeping site choice in three Anolis lizard species
S Singhal, MA Johnson, JT Ladner
Behaviour, 1033-1052, 2007
Temporal genomic contrasts reveal rapid evolutionary responses in an alpine mammal during recent climate change
K Bi, T Linderoth, S Singhal, D Vanderpool, JL Patton, R Nielsen, C Moritz, ...
PLoS genetics 15 (5), e1008119, 2019
Testing hypotheses for genealogical discordance in a rainforest lizard
S Singhal, C Moritz
Molecular ecology 21 (20), 5059-5072, 2012
Dispersal predicts hybrid zone widths across animal diversity: Implications for species borders under incomplete reproductive isolation
JP McEntee, JG Burleigh, S Singhal
The American Naturalist 196 (1), 9-28, 2020
Squamate Conserved Loci (Sq CL): A unified set of conserved loci for phylogenomics and population genetics of squamate reptiles
S Singhal, M Grundler, G Colli, DL Rabosky
Molecular ecology resources 17 (6), e12-e24, 2017
Does Population Structure Predict the Rate of Speciation? A Comparative Test across Australia’s Most Diverse Vertebrate Radiation
S Singhal, H Huang, MR Grundler, MR Marchán-Rivadeneira, I Holmes, ...
The American Naturalist 192 (4), 432-447, 2018
A tale of winglets: evolution of flight morphology in stick insects
Y Zeng, C O'Malley, S Singhal, F Rahim, S Park, X Chen, R Dudley
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 121, 2020
Is genomic diversity a useful proxy for census population size? Evidence from a species‐rich community of desert lizards
MR Grundler, S Singhal, MA Cowan, DL Rabosky
Molecular ecology 28 (7), 1664-1674, 2019
History cleans up messes: The impact of time in driving divergence and introgression in a tropical suture zone
S Singhal, K Bi
Evolution 71 (7), 1888-1899, 2017
Congruence and conflict in the higher-level phylogenetics of squamate reptiles: an expanded phylogenomic perspective
S Singhal, TJ Colston, MR Grundler, SA Smith, GC Costa, GR Colli, ...
Systematic Biology 70 (3), 542-557, 2021
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