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Publications A. Beiles

1. Beiles, A. 1971. The influence of chromosomal aberrations on somatic instability in Nicotiana tabacum. Ph. D. thesis, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, (in Hebrew).

2. Beiles, A. 1974. A buffered interaction between sex ratio, age difference at marriage, and population growth in humans, and their significance for sex ratio evolution. Heredity 33:265-278.

3. Wohlfarth, G., R. Moav, G. Hulata and A. Beiles. 1975. Genetic variation in seine escapability of the common carp. Aquaculture 5:375-387.

4. Horovitz, A., L. Meiri and A. Beiles. 1976. Effects of ovule position in fabaceous flowers on seed set and outcrossing rates. Bot. Gaz. 137:250-254.

5. Beiles, A. 1976. A proposal for teaching of the significance test (in Hebrew). Alon Lemorei Habiologia 52-53:23-25.

6. Beiles, A. 1976."The right way" for analysing data (in Hebrew). Alon Lemorei Habiologia 52-53:48-49.

7. Lieblich, I., E. Cohen and A. Beiles. 1978. Selection for high and for low rates self stimulation in rats. Physiology and Behavior 21:843-849.

8. Horovitz, A. and A. Beiles. 1979. Fecundity inhermaphrodite and male sterile plants of Hirschfeldia incana (abstract). Proc. Intern. Symp. on Reproduction in Flowering Plants. Christchurch, New Zealand.

9. Horovitz, A. and A. Beiles. 1980. Gynodioecy as a possible populational strategy for increasing reproductive output. Theor. Appl. Genet. 57:11-15.

10. Lavie, B. and Beiles, A. 1981. Different types of response to selection for sex-ratio in the flour beetle Tribolium castaneum. Ann. Genet. Sel. Anim. 13:119-130.

11. Nevo, E., T. Perl, A. Beiles, D. Wool and U. Zoller. 1981. Genetic structure as a potential monitor of marine pollution. In: Intl. Comm. for the Scientific Exploration of the Mediterranean Sea, Monaco (C.I.E.S.M.) and the United Nations Environment Programme, Nirobi (U.N.E.P.). Workshop on Pollution of the Mediterranean (V Journees Etud. Pollutions), Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy. 9-13 Oct. 1980. Imprimerie Natl. de Monaco. pp. 61-68.

12. Nevo, E., T. Perl, A. Beiles and D. Wool. 1981. Mercury selection of allozyme genotypes in shrimps. Experientia 37:1152-1154.

13. Nevo, E., A.H.D. Brown, D. Zohary, N. Storch and A. Beiles. 1981. Microgeographic edaphic differentiation in allozyme polymorphisms of wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum, Poaceae) Pl. Syst. Evol. 138:287-292.

14. Nevo, E., Ch. Bar-El, Z. Bar and A. Beiles. 1981. Genetic structure and climatic correlates of desert landsnails. Oecologia 48:199-208.

15. Nevo, E., E.M. Golenberg, A. Beiles, A.H.D. Brown and D. Zohary. 1982. Genetic diversity and environmental associations of wild wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel. Theor. Appl. Genet. 62:241-254.

16. Nevo, E., C. Bar-El, A. Beiles and Y. Yom-Tov. 1982. Adaptive microgeographic differentiation of allozyme polymorphism in landsnails. Genetica 59:61-67.

17. Nevo, E., G. Heth and A. Beiles. 1982. Differential survivorship of evolving chromosomal species of mole rats, Spalax: An unplanned laboratory experiment. Evolution 36:1315-1317.

18. Nevo, E., G. Heth and A. Beiles. 1982. Population structure and evolution in subterranean mole rats. Evolution 36:1283-1289. 

19. Nevo, E., A. Beiles, N. Storch, H. Doll and B. Andersen. 1983. Microgeographic edaphic differentiation in hordein polymorphisms of wild barley. Theor. Appl. Genet. 64:123-132.

20. Horovitz, A. and Beiles, A. 1983. Is group selection implicated in maintaining the gender composition of plant populations? (abstract). Isr. J. Bot. 32: 40.

21. Nevo, E., A. Beiles and R. Ben-Shlomo. 1984. The evolutionary significance of genetic diversity: ecological, demographic and life history correlates. In: Lecture Notes in Biomathematics, S. Levin (mang. ed.), Vol. 53: "Evolutionary Dynamics of Genetic Diversity," G.S. Mani (ed.), Springer- Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 13-213.

22. Nevo, E., J.G. Moseman, A. Beiles and D. Zohary. 1984. Correlation of ecological factors and allozymic variations with resistance to Erysiphe graminis hordei in Hordeum spontaneum in Israel: patterns and application. Plant Syst. Evol. 145:79-96.

23. Beiles, A., G. Heth and E. Nevo. 1984. Origin and evolution of assortative mating in actively speciating mole rats. Theor. Pop. Biol. 26:265-270.

24. Nevo, E., A. Beiles, Y. Gutterman, N. Storch and D. Kaplan. 1984. Genetic resources of wild cereals in Israel and vicinity: I. Phenotypic variation within and between populations of wild wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. Euphytica33:717-735.

25. Nevo, E., A. Beiles, Y. Gutterman, N. Storch and D. Kaplan. 1984. Genetic resources of wild cereals in Israel and vicinity: II. Phenotypic variation within and between populations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum. Euphytica 33:737-756.

26. Nevo, E., A. Beiles and R. Ben-Shlomo. 1985. Genetic diversity and differentiation in mammals. In: Abstracts 4th Int. Ther. Congress, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, August, 1985, Abst. No. 0459.

27. Nevo, E., M. Corti, R. Ben-Shlomo, A. Beiles, J.U.M. Jarvis and G.C. Hickman. 1985. Karyotype and allozyme differentiation in the endemic subterranean mole rats of Africa, the Bathyergidae. In: Abstracts 4th Int. Ther. Congress, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, August, 1985, Abstract No. 0460, session S26.

28. Nevo, E., G. Heth and A. Beiles. 1985. Variation and evolution of aggression in subterranean mammals of the superspecies Spalax ehrenbergi in Israel. In:

Multidisciplinary Approaches to Conflict and Appeasement in Animals and Man, 3rd European Conference of Int. Soc. for Research on Aggression, Parma, Italy,August, 1985, p. 17.

29. Nevo, E., A. Beiles and R. Ben-Shlomo. 1985. Chromosomal and genic diversities in the evolution of species. In: Abstract 3rd Inter. Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, Brighton, Sussex, England, July, 1985, p. 134.

30. Nevo, E., J.G. Moseman, A. Beiles and D. Zohary. 1985. Patterns of resistance of Israeli wild emmer wheat to pathogens. I. Predictive method by ecology and allozyme genotypes for powdery mildew and leaf rust. Genetica 67:209-222.

31. Nevo, E., D. Atsmon and A. Beiles. 1985. Protein resources in wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum, in Israel: Predictive method by ecology and allozyme markers. Pl. Syst. Evol. 150:205-222.

32. Nevo, E., A. Grama, A. Beiles and E.M. Golenberg. 1986. Resources of high-protein genotypes in wild wheat, Triticum dicoccoides in Israel: predictive method by ecology and allozyme markers. Genetica 68:215-227.

33. Nevo, E., A. Beiles, D. Kaplan, N. Storch and D. Zohary. 1986. Genetic diversity and environmental associations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum (Poaceae), in Iran. Pl. Syst. Evol. 153:141-164.

34. Nevo, E., D. Zohary, A. Beiles, D. Kaplan and N. Storch. 1986. Genetic diversity and environmental associations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum, in Turkey. Genetica 68:203-213.

35. Nevo, E., A. Beiles and D. Zohary. 1986. Genetic resources of wild barley in the Near East: structure, evolution and application in breeding. Biol. J. Linn. Soc.27:355-380.

36. Flavell, R.B., M. O'Dell, P. Sharp, E. Nevo and A. Beiles. 1986. Variation in the intergenic spacer of ribosomal DNA of wild wheat, Triticum dicoccoides in Israel. Mol. Biol. Evol. 3:547-558.

37. Nevo, E., A. Beiles, D. Kaplan, E.M. Golenberg, L. Olsvig-Whittaker and Z. Naveh. 1986. Natural selection of allozyme polymorphisms: a microsite test revealing ecological genetic differentiation in wild barley. Evolution 40:13-20.

38. Heth, G., P. Pevet, E. Nevo and A. Beiles. 1986. The effect of melatonin administration and short exposures to cold on body temperature of the blind subterranean mole rat (Rodentia, Spalax ehrenbergi, Nehring). J. Exp. Zool. 238:1-9.

39. Nevo, E., A. Beiles, G. Heth and S. Simson. 1986. Adaptive differentiation of body size in speciating mole rats. Oecologia 69:327-333.

40. Nevo, E., G. Heth and A. Beiles. 1986. Aggression patterns in adaptation and speciation of subterranean mole rats. J. Genet. 65:65-78.

41. Nevo, E., Z. Gerechter-Amitai, A. Beiles and E.M. Golenberg. 1986. Resistance of wild wheat to stripe rust: predictive method by ecology and allozyme genotypes. Pl. Syst. Evol. 153:13-30.

42. Nevo, E., R. Noy, B. Lavie, A. Beiles and S. Muchtar. 1986. Genetic diversity and resistance to marine pollution. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 29:139-144. Karlin, S. and E. Nevo (eds.). 1986. Evolutionary Processes and Theory. Academic Press, N.Y.

43. Nevo, E., M. Corti, G. Heth, A. Beiles and S. Simson. 1986. Chromosomal polymorphisms in the Spalax ehrenbergi complex and their evolutionary significance. (Abstract). Boll. Zool. 53:67.

44. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1987. Genetic diversity in mesic, semi-arid and arid environments. In: What's Special About Desert Ecology? Abstracts from the Binational Workshop, 14-22 March, 1987, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Sede Boqer, Israel, p. 17.

45. Heth, G., E. Nevo and A. Beiles. 1987. Adaptive exploratory behaviour: differential patterns in species and sexes of subterranean mole rats. Mammalia 51:27-37.

46. Nevo, E., G. Heth, A. Beiles and E. Frankenberg. 1987. Geographic dialects in blind mole rats: role of vocal communication in active speciation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 84:3312-3315.

47. Nevo, E., R. Ben-Shlomo, A. Beiles, J.U.M. Jarvis and G.C. Hickman. 1987. Allozyme differentiation and systematics of the endemic subterranean mole rats of South Africa (Rodentia, Bathyergidae). Bioch. Syst. Ecol. 15:489-502.

48. Heth, G., A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 1988. Adaptive variation of pelage color within and between species of the subterranean mole rat (Spalax ehrenbergi) in Israel. Oecologia 74:617-622.

49. Nevo, E., A. Beiles and T. Krugman. 1988. Natural selection of allozyme polymorphisms: a microgeographic climatic differentiation in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. Theor. Appl. Genet. 75:529-538.

50. Nevo, E., M. Corti, G. Heth, A. Beiles and S. Simson. 1988. Chromosomal polymorphisms in subterranean mole rats: origins and evolutionary significance. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 33:309-322.

51. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1988. Ribosomal DNA nontranscribed spacer polymorphism in subterranean mole rats: genetic differentiation, environmental correlates, and phylogenetic relationships. Evol. Ecol. 2:139-156.

52. Nevo, E., A. Beiles and D. Kaplan. 1988. Genetic diversity and environmental associations of wild emmer wheat, in Turkey. Heredity 61:31-45.

53. Nevo, E., E. Tchernov and A. Beiles. 1988. Morphometrics of speciating mole rats: adaptive differentiation in ecological speciation. Z. zool. Syst. Evol. Forsch. 26:286-314.

54. Nevo, E., G. Heth, J.C. Auffray and A. Beiles. 1988. Preliminary studies of sex pheromones in the urine of actively speciating subterranean mole rats of the Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies in Israel. Phytoparasitica 15:163 (1987).

55. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1988. Genetic parallelism of protein polymorphism in nature: ecological test of the neutral theory of molecular evolution. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 35:229-245.

56. Nevo, E., A. Beiles and T. Krugman. 1988. Natural selection of allozyme polymorphisms: a microgeographic differentiation by edaphic, topographical and temporal factors in wild emmer wheat Triticum dicoccoides. Theor. Appl. Genet. 76:737-752.

57. Nevo, E., P. Pirlot and A. Beiles. 1988. Brain size diversity in adaptation and speciation of subterranean mole rats, Z. zool. Syst. Evol. forsch. 26:467-479.

58. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1989. Genetic diversity of wild emmer wheat in Israel and Turkey: structure, evolution and application in breeding. Theor. Appl. Genet. 77:421-455.

59. Nevo, E., S. Simson, A. Beiles and S. Yahav. 1989. Adaptive variation in structure and function of kidneys of actively speciating mole rats. Oecologia 79:366-371.

60. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1989. Sexual selection and natural selection in body size differentiation of subterranean mole rats. Z. zool. Syst. Evol. forsh. 27:263-269.

61. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1989. Genetic diversity in the desert: patterns and testable hypotheses. J. Arid Envir. 17:241-244.

62. Nevo, E., M.G. Filippucci and A. Beiles. 1990. Genetic diversity and its ecological correlates in nature: comparison between subterranean, fossorial and aboveground small mammals. In: Evolution of subterranean mammals at the Organismal and Molecular Levels, E. Nevo and O.A. Reig (eds.). Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, pp. 347-366.

63. Nevo, E., K. Joh, K. Hori and A. Beiles. 1990. Aldolase DNA polymorphism in subterranean mole-rats: genetic differentiation and environmental correlates. Heredity 65:307-320.

64. Nevo, E., K. Kishi and A. Beiles. 1990. Genetic polymorphism of urine deoxyribonuclease-I isomerases of subterranean mole rats, Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies in Israel: ecogeographical patterns and correlates. Bioch. Genet. 28:561-570.

65. Burda, H., S. Marhold, W. Wiltschko, A. Beiles, E. Nevo and S. Simson. 1991. Spontane magnetische richtungspraferenz bei blindmausen Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies (Rodentia, Mammalia). (Abstract). 84th Annual Session of the German Zool. Soc. 20-25.5.1991, Tubingen. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. ‘91, 84.

66. Nevo, E., B.F. Carver and A. Beiles. 1991. Photosynthetic performance in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides: ecological and genetic predictability. Theor. Appl. Genet. 81:445-460.

67. Nevo, E. Z. Gerechter-Amitai and A. Beiles. 1991. Resistance of wild emmer wheat to stem rust: ecological, pathological and allozyme associations. Euphytica 53:121-130.

68. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1991. Genetic diversity and ecological heterogeneity in amphibian evolution. Copeia 3:565-592.

69. Burda, H., A. Beiles, A. Marhold, S. Simson, E. Nevo and W. Wiltschko. 1991. Magnetic orientation in subterranean mole rats of the superspecies Spalax ehrenbergi: experiments, patterns and memory. (Abstract). Proc. Zool. Soc. Israel. Tel-Aviv Univ. Tel-Aviv, Israel. Dec. 16-17, 1990. Isr. J. Zool. 37:182-183.

70. Burda, H., A. Marhold, W. Wiltschko, A. Beiles, E. Nevo and S. Simson. 1991. Spontane magnetische Richtungspraferenz bei Blindmausen Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies (Rodentia, Mammalia). (Abstract). Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 84:48.

71. Butler, P.M., E. Nevo, A. Beiles and S. Simson. 1992. Molar variation in mole rats Spalax in relation to speciation and selection. (Abstract). 9th Intern. Symp. Dental Morphology, 3-6 Sept. 1992.

72. Nevo, E., Gorham, J. and A. Beiles. 1992. Variation for 22Na uptake in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides in Israel: salt tolerance resources for wheat improvement. J. Exp. Bot. 43:511-518.

73. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1992. Amino-acid resources in the wild progenitor of wheats, Triticum dicoccoides in Israel: polymorphisms and predictability by ecology and isozymes. Plant Breeding 108:190-201.

74. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1992. Selection for class II Mhc heterozygosity by parasites in subterranean mole rats. Experientia 48:512-515.

75. Nevo, E., J.W. Snape, B. Lavie and A. Beiles. 1992. Herbicide response polymorphisms in wild emmer wheat: ecological and isozyme correlations. Theor. Appl. Genet. 84:209-216.

76. Nevo, E., I. Noy-Meir, A. Beiles, T. Krugman and M. Agami. 1991. Natural selection of allozyme polymorphisms: a micro-geographical spatial and temporal ecological differentiations in wild emmer wheat. Isr. J. Botany 40:419-449.

77. Nevo, E., R. Ben-Shlomo, A. Beiles, C.P. Hart and F.H. Ruddle. 1992. Homeobox DNA polymorphisms (RFLPs) in subterranean mammals of the Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies in Israel: patterns, correlates and evolutionary significance. J.Exp. Zool. 263:430-441.

78. Nevo, E., A. Ordentlich, A. Beiles and I. Raskin. 1992. Genetic divergence of heat production within and between the wild progenitors of wheat and barley: evolutionary and agronomical implications. Theor. Appl. Genet. 84:958-962.

79. Nevo, E. and A. Beiles. 1992. mtDNA polymorphisms: evolutionary significance in adaptation and speciation of subterranean mole rats. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 47:385-405.

80. Butler, P.M., E. Nevo, A. Beiles and S. Simson. 1993. Variations of molar morphology in Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies: adaptive and phylogenetic significance. J. Zool. London 229:191-216.

81. Nevo, E., K. Nishikawa, Y. Furuta, Y. Gonokami and A. Beiles. 1993. Genetic polymorphisms of alpha- and beta- amylase isozymes in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel. Theor. Appl. Genet. 85:1029-1042.

82. Nevo, E., S. Simson, G. Heth and A. Beiles. (1992) Adaptive pacifistic behaviour in subterranean mole rats in the Sahara Desert, contrasting to and originating from polymorphic aggression in Israeli species. Behaviour. 123:70-76.

83. Nevo, E., T. Krugman and A. Beiles. 1993. Genetic resources for salt tolerance in the wild progenitors of wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) and barley (Hordeum spontaneum) in Israel. Plant Breeding. 110:338-341.

84. Kawahara, T., E. Nevo and A. Beiles. 1993. Frequencies of translocations in Israeli populations of Triticum dicoccoides Korn. (Abstract). XV Intern. Botanical Cong., August 28 - September 3, 1993. Yokohama, Japan. 8020.

85. Ellis, R.P., E. Nevo and A. Beiles. 1993. Milling energy polymorphism in Hordeum spontaneum Koch in Israel, and its potential utilization in breeding for malting quality. Plant Breeding 111:78-81.

86. Nevo, E., T. Krugman and A. Beiles. 1994. Edaphic natural selection of allozyme polymorphisms in Aegilops peregrina at a Galilee microsite in Israel. Heredity 72:109-112.

87. Nevo, E., M.G. Filippucci and A. Beiles. 1994. Genetic polymorphisms in subterranean mammals (Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies) in the Near East revisited: patterns and theory. Heredity 72:465-487.

88. Nevo, E., M.G. Filippucci, C. Redi, A.B. Korol and A. Beiles. 1994. Chromosomal speciation and adaptive radiation of mole rats in Asia Minor correlated with increased ecological stress. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91:8160-8164.

89. Lavie, B., V. Stow, T. Krugman, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 1993. Fitness in wild barley from two opposing slopes of a Mediterranean microsite at Mount Carmel, Israel. Barley Genetics Newsletter 23:12-14.

90. Nevo, E., M.G. Filippucci, C. Redi, S. Simson, G. Heth and A. Beiles. 1995. Karyotype and genetic evolution in speciation of subterranean mole rats of the genus Spalax in Turkey. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 54:203-229.

91. Pagnotta, M.A., E. Nevo, A. Beiles and E. Porceddu. 1995. Wheat storage proteins: glutenin diversity in wild emmer, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel and Turkey. 2. DNA diversity detected by PCR. Theor. Appl. Genet. 91:409-414

92. Nevo, E., M.A. Pagnotta, A. Beiles and E. Porceddu. 1995. Wheat storage proteins: glutenin DNA diversity in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel and Turkey. 3. Environmental correlates and allozymic associations. Theor. Appl. Genet. 91:415-420.

93. Joppa, L.R., E. Nevo and A. Beiles. 1995. Chromosome translocations in wild populations of tetraploid emmer wheat in Israel and Turkey. Theor. Appl. Genet.91:713-719.

94. Butler, P.M., E. Nevo, A. Beiles and S. Simson. 1995. Molar variation in mole rats (Spalax) in relation to speciation and selection. In: Anthropology and Evolution. Aspects of Dental Biology: Palaeontology, J. Moggi-Cecchi, ed. Florence: Intern. Inst. for the Study of Man. 355-356.

95. Degany, C., A. Beiles, R. El-Batsri, M. Goren and S. Gazit. 1995. Identifying lychee cultivars by isozyme analysis. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 120:307-312.

96. Nevo, E., I. Apelbaum-Elkaher, J. Garty and A. Beiles. 1996. Natural selection causes microscale allozyme diversity in a lichen Caloplaca aurantia, at "Evolution Canyon" Mt. Carmel, Israel. (Abstract). Isozyme Bull. 29:35.

97. Nevo, E., R. Ben-Shlomo, A. Beiles, Y.I. Ronin, S. Blum and J. Hillel. 1996. Genomic adaptive strategies: DNA fingerprinting and RAPDs reveal ecological correlates and genetic parallelism to allozyme and mitochondrial DNA diversities in the actively speciating mole rats in Israel. In: Gene Families: Structure,Function, Genetics Evolution, R.S. Holmes and H.A. Lim (eds.). World Scientific, Singapure, pp.55-70.

98. Ofer, Y., Y. Harris, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 1996. Biodiversity of ants at "Evolution Canyon", Nahal Oren, Mt. Carmel, Israel. Isr. J. Entom. 30:115-119.

99. Nevo, E., S. Raz and A. Beiles. 1996. Biodiversity of reptiles at "Evolution Canyon", Lower Nahal Oren, Mount Carmel, Israel. Isr. J. Zool. 42:395-402.

100. Rankevich, D., B. Lavie, E. Nevo, A. Beiles and Z. Arad. 1996. Genetic and siological adaptations of the prosobranch landsnail Pomatias olivieri to microclimatic stresses on Mt. Carmel, Israel. Isr. J. Zool. 42:425-442.

101. Pavliček, T., C. Csuzdi, G. Smooha, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 1996. Biodiversity and icrohabitat distribution of earthworms at "Evolution Canyon", a Mediterranean microsite, Mount Carmel, Israel. Isr. J. Zool. 42:449-454.

102. Baum, B.R., E. Nevo, D.A. Johnson and A. Beiles. 1997. Genetic diversity in wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum Koch) in the Near East: a molecular analysis using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD). Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 44:147-157.

103. Nevo, E., V.M. Kirzhner, A. Beiles and A.B. Korol. 1997. Selection versus random drift: long-term polymorphism persistence in small populations (evidence and modelling). Phil. Tran. R. Soc. Lond. B 352:381-389.

104. Nevo, E., I. Apelbaum-Elkaher, J. Garty and A. Beiles. 1997. Natural selection causes microscale allozyme diversity in wild barley and a lichen at "Evolution Canyon" Mt. Carmel, Israel. Heredity 78:373-382.

105. Owuor, E.D., T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1997. Adaptive DNA genetic divergence in wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum caused by microclimatic differential stress at "Evolution Canyon", Lower Nahal Oren, Mt. Carmel, Israel. (Abstract). 9th Intern. Cong. on Genes, Gene Families and Isozymes. 14-19 April,1997. San Antonio, Texas. #214.

106. Owuor, E.D., T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1997. DNA-RAPD diversity caused by microclimatic ecological stress in wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum at "Evolution Canyon", Lower Nahal Oren, Mount Carmel, Haifa. (Abstract in Hebrew). Ann. Meet. Isr. Soc. of Ecology and Environmental Quality.16-17 June 1997, University of Haifa. p. 14.

107. Kato, K., Y. Mori, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 1997. Geographical variation in heading traits in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. I. Variation in vernalization response and ecological differentiation. Theor. Appl. Genet.95:546-552.

108. Owuor, E.D., T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1997. Population genetics response to microsite ecological stress in wild barley Hordeum spontaneum. Mol. Ecol. 6:1177-1187.

109. Nevo, E., V.M. Kirzhner, A. Beiles and A.B. Korol. 1997. Long-term polymorphism persistence in small populations inhabiting harsh environment: evidence on and modelling. (Abstract). Intern. Conf. Studying Stress in Ecological Systems: Pure and Applied Perspectives. 21-24 June 1997, Roskilde Univ. Denmark. Abstracts: p. 25.

110. Li, Y.C., T. Fahima, G.L. Sun, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1998. Edaphic DNA microsite differentiation in wild emmer wheat. (Abstract). Ann. Meet. Isr. Soc. Tissue Culture and Plant Mol. Biol. Bet-Dagan, 24-25.2.1998.

111. Nevo, E., B. Baum, A. Beiles and D.A. Johnson. 1998. Ecological correlates of RAPD DNA diversity of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum, in the Fertile Crescent. Genet. Resour. and Crop Evol. 45:151-159.

112. Kato, K., C. Tanizoe, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 1998. Geographical variation in heading traits in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. II. Variation in heading date and adaptation to diverse eco-geographical conditions. Hereditas 128:33-39.

113. Li, Y.C., T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1998. Ecology and Molecular diversity: DNA differentiation in Triticum dicoccoides caused by microclimatic stress. (Abstract). Proc. 18th Intern. Cong. of Genetics, August, 16-18.1998. p. 92. Kuming, China.

114. Li, Y.C., T. Krugman, T. Fahima, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 1998. Genetic diversity of alcohol dehydrogenase 3 in wild barley population at the "Evolution Canyon" microsite, Nahal Oren, Mt. Carmel, Israel. Barley Genet. Newslett. 28:58-60.

115. Li, Y.C., M.S. Röder, T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1998. Microclimatic diversifying selection governs microsatellite diversity in wild emmer wheat. (Abstract). Proc. Ann. Meet. Fed. Israeli Soc. Exper. Biol. December 8-11, 1998, Eilat, Israel. p. 223 (B. 128).

116. Owuor, E., T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1998. Microscale molecular selection in wild barley. (Abstract). Proc. Ann. Meet. Fed. Israeli Soc. Exper. Biol. December 8-11, 1998, Eilat, Israel. p. 224 (B. 130).

117. Li, Y.C., T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1999. DNA differentiation in Triticum dicoccoides caused by microclimatic stress. (Abstract). Plant and Animal Genome VII Meeting. January 17-21, 1999, San Diego.

118. Li, Y.C., M.S. Röder, T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1999. Microclimatic diversifying selection governs microsatellite diversity in wild emmer wheat. (Abstract). Plant and Animal Genome VII Meeting. January 17-21, 1999, San Diego.

119. Fahima, T., G.L. Sun, A. Beharav, T. Krugman, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 1999. RAPD polymorphism of wild emmer wheat population, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel. Theor. Appl. Genet. 98:434-447.

120. Nevo, E., O. Fragman, A. Dafni and A. Beiles. 1999. Biodiversity and interslope divergence of vascular plants caused by microclimatic differences at "Evolution Canyon", Lower Nahal Oren, Mount Carmel, Israel. Isr. J. Plant Sci. 47:49-59.

121. Li, Y.C., T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 1999. Microclimatic stress and adaptive DNA differentiation in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides. Theor. Appl. Genet. 99:873-883.

122. Burda, H., S. Begall, O. Grutjen, A. Scharff, E. Nevo, A. Beiles J. Cerveny and K. Prucha. 1999. How to eat a carrot? Convergence in the feeding behavior of subterranean rodents. Naturwissenschaften 86:325-327.

123. Nevo, E., A. Beiles and Th. Spradling. 1999. Molecular evolution of cytochrome b of mole rats, Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies in Israel. J. Mol. Evol. 49:215-226.

124. Nevo, E., E. Ivanitskaya, M.G. Filippucci and A. Beiles. 1999. Speciation of subterranean mole rats, Spalax ehrenbergi, in Jordan. (Abstract). 36th Ann. Meet. Israel Zool. Soc. 

125. Marhold, S., A. Beiles, H. Burda and E. Nevo. 2000. Spontaneous directional preference in a subterranean rodent, the blind mole-rat, Spalax ehrenbergi. Folia Zool. 49:7-18.

126. Nevo, E., E. Ivanitskaya, M.G. Filippucci and A. Beiles. 2000. Speciation and adaptive radiation of subterranean mole rats, Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies, in Jordan. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 69:263-281.

127. Li, Y.-C., M.S. Roder, T. Fahima, V.M. Kirzhner, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 2000. Natural selection causing microsatellite divergence in wild emmer wheat at the ecologically variable microsite at Ammiad, Israel. Theor. Appl. Genet. 100:985-999.

128. Nevo, E., A. Beiles, A.B. Korol, Y.I. Ronin, T. Pavliček and W.D. Hamilton. 2000. Extraordinary multilocus genetic organization in mole crickets, gryllotalpidae. Evolution 54:586-605.

129. Li, Y., T. Fahima, A.B. Korol, J. Peng, M.S. Roder, V.M. Kirzhner, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 2000. Microsatellite diversity correlated with ecological-edaphic and genetic factors in three microsites of wild emmer wheat in North Israel. Mol. Biol. Evol. 17:851-862.

130. Li, Y.C., T. Fahima, J.H. Peng, M.S. Roder, V.M. Kirzhner, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 2000. Edaphic microsatellite DNA divergence in wild emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccoides at a microsite: Tabigha, Israel. Theor. Appl. Genet. 101:1029-1038.

131. Li, Y.C., T. Fahima, T. Krugman, A. Beiles, M.S. Roder, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 2000. Parallel microgeographic patterns of genetic diversity and divergence revealed by allozyme, RAPD, and microsatellites in Triticum dicoccoides at Ammiad, Israel. Conservation Genet. 1:191-207.

132. Li, Y.C., T. Krugman, T. Fahima, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 2001. Spatiotemporal allozyme divergence caused by aridity stress in a natural population of wild wheat, Triticum dicoccoides, at the Ammiad microsite, Israel. Theor. Appl. Genet. 109:853-864.

133. Nevo, E., E. Ivanitskaya and A. Beiles. 2001. Adaptive radiation of blind subterranean mole rats: naming and revisiting the four sibling species of the Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies in Israel: Spalax galili (2n=52), S. golani (2n=54), S. carmeli (2n=58) and S. judaei (2n=60). Bachkhuys Publishers.,Leiden, The Netherlands.

134. Nevo, E., A.B. Korol, A. Beiles and T. Fahima. 2002. Evolution of Wild Emmer and Wheat Improvement. Population Genetics, Genetic Resources, and Genome Organization of Wheat's Progenitor, Triticum dicoccoides. Springer-Verlag, 364pp.

135. Avivi, A., U. Albrecht, H. Oster, A. Joel, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 2001. Biological clock in total darkness: the Clock/MOP3 circadian system of the blind subterranean mole rat. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98:13751-13756.

136. Li, Y.-C., M.S. Roder, T. Fahima, V.M. Kirzhner, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 2002. Climatic effects on microsatellite diversity in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) at the Yehudiyya microsite, Israel. Heredity 89:127-132.

137. Avivi, A., H. Oster, A. Joel, A. Beiles, U. Albrecht and E. Nevo. 2002. Circadian genes in a blind subterranean mammal II: conservation and uniqueness of the three Period homologs in the blind subterranean mole rat, Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 99:11718-11723.

138. Li, Y.C., A.B. Korol, T. Fahima, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 2002. Microsatellites: genomic distribution, putative functions and mutational mechanisms: a review. Mol. Ecol. 11:2453-2465.

139. Seligmann, H., A. Beiles and Y.L. Werner. 2003. More injuries in left footed individual lizards and Sphenodon. J. Zool. (London) 260:129-144.

140. Seligmann, H., A. Beiles and Y.L. Werner. 2003. Avoiding injury and surviving injury: two coexisting evolutionary strategies in lizards. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 78:307-324.

141. Li, Y.-C., T. Fahima, M.S. Roder, V.M. Kirzhner, A. Beiles, A.B. Korol and E. Nevo. 2003. Genetic effects on microsatellite diversity in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) at the Yehudiyya microsite, Israel. Heredity 90:150-156.

142. Degany, Ch., J. Deng, A. Beiles, R. El-Batsri, M. Goren and S. Gazit. 2003. Identification of lychee (Litchi chinensis Sonn.) cultivars and their genetic relationships using inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 128:838-845.       

143. Nevo, E., A.B. Korol, A. Beiles and T. Fahima. 2003. Evolution of wild emmer wheat and wheat improvement. (Abstract). 10th International Wheat Genetics Symposium, 1 - 6 Sept. 2003. Paestum, Italy. 1:29-33.                     

144. Avivi, A., H. Oster, A. Joel, A. Beiles, U. Albrecht and E. Nevo. 2004. Circadian genes in a blind subterranean mammal III: molecular cloning and circadian regulation of cryptochrome genes in the blind subterranean mole rat, Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies. J. Biol. Rhythms 19:22-34.

145. Ronen, A., A. Golik, A. Neber, A. Tsatskin, W. Boenigk and A. Beiles. 2005. Pleistocene and Holocene pattern of sand migration along the mediteranean littoral of Israel.Isr. J. Earth Sci. 54:187-198.

146. Pavliček, T., Z. Frenkel, A.B. Korol, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 2008. Drosophila at the "Evolution Canyon" microsite , Mt. Carmel, Israel: selection overrules migration. Isr. J. Ecol. Evol. 54:165-180.

147. Raz, S., S. Retzkin, T. Pavliček, A. Hoffman, H. Kimchi, D. Zehavi, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 2009. Scorpion biodiversity and interslope divergence at "Evolution Canyon", Lower Nahal Oren Microsite, Mt. Carmel, Israel. PLoS ONE 4:e5214.

148. Nevo. E. and A. Beiles. 2011. Genetic variation in nature. Scholarpedia 6(7):8821.

150. Tomita, M., A. Okutani, A. Beiles and E. Nevo. 2011. Genomic, RNA, and ecological divergences of the Revolver transposon-like multi-gene family in Triticeae. BMC Evol. Biol. 11:269.

151. Nevo, E., Y-B. Fu, T. Pavlicek, S. Khalifa, M. Tavasi and A. Beiles. 2012. Evolution of wild cereals during 28 years of global warming in Israel. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 109(9):3412-3415.

152. Dai, F., E. Nevo, D. Wu, J. Comadran, M. Zhou, L. Qiu, Z. Chen, A. Beiles, G. Chen and G. Zhang. 2012. Tibet is one of the centers of domestication of cultivated barley. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 109(42):16969-16973.

153. Hadid, Y., S. Tzur, T. Pavliček, R. Šumbera, J. Škliba, M. Lövy, O. Fragman-Sapir, A. Beiles, R. Arieli, S. Raz and E. Nevo. 2013. Possible incipient sympatric ecological speciation in blind mole rats (Spalax). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 110(7):2587-2592.

154. Singaravelan, N., S. Raz, S. Tzur, S. Belifante, T. Pavlicek, A. Beiles, S. Ito, K. Wakamatsu and E. Nevo. 2013. Adaptation of pelage color and pigment variations in Israeli subterranean blind mole rats, Spalax ehrenbergi. PLOS ONE 8(7):e69346.

155. Ren, J. L. Chen, D. Sun, F.M. You, J. Wang, Y. Peng, E. Nevo, A. Beiles, Dongfa Sun, M-C. Luo and J. Peng. 2013. SNP-revealed genetic diversity in wild emmer wheat correlates with ecological factors. BMC Evol. Biol. 13:169.

156. Hadid, Y., T. Pavlićek, A. Beiles, R. Ianovici, S. Raz and E. Nevo. 2014. Sympatric incipient speciation of spiny mice Acomys at "Evolution Canyon", Israel. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 111(3):1043-1048.

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