Publications

  • Riesch R, Muschick M, Lindtke D, Villoutreix R, Comeault AA, Farkas TE, Lucek K, Hellen E, Soria-Carrasco V, Dennis SR, de Carvalho CF, Safran RJ, Sandoval CP, Feder J, Gries R, Crespi BJ, Gries G, Gompert Z & Nosil P (2017) Transitions between phases of genomic differentiation during stick-insect speciation. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1, 0082.
  • Macaya-Sanz D, Heuertz M, Lindtke D, Vendramin GG, Lexer C & González-Martínez SC (2016) Causes and consequences of large clonal assemblies in a poplar hybrid zone. Molecuar Ecology, 25, 5330-5344.
  • Lindtke D & Buerkle CA (2015) The genetic architecture of hybrid incompatibilities and their effect on barriers to introgression in secondary contact. Evolution, 69, 1987-2004.
  • Lindtke D, Gompert Z, Lexer C & Buerkle CA (2014) Unexpected ancestry of Populus seedlings from a hybrid zone implies a large role for postzygotic selection in the maintenance of species. Molecular Ecology, 23, 4316-4330.
  • Lindtke D, González-Martínez SC, Macaya-Sanz D & Lexer C (2013) Admixture mapping of quantitative traits in Populus hybrid zones: power and limitations. Heredity, 111, 474-485.
  • Stölting KN, Nipper R, Lindtke D, Caseys C, Waeber S, Castiglione S & Lexer C (2013) Genomic scan for single nucleotide polymorphisms reveals patterns of divergence and gene flow between ecologically divergent species. Molecular Ecology, 22, 842-855.
  • Lindtke D, Buerkle CA, Barbará T, Heinze B, Castiglione S, Bartha D & Lexer C (2012) Recombinant hybrids retain heterozygosity at many loci: new insights into the genomics of reproductive isolation in Populus. Molecular Ecology, 21, 5042-5058.
  • Stöck M, Horn A, Grossen C, Lindtke D, Sermier R, Betto-Colliard C, Dufresnes C, Bonjour E, Dumas Z, Luquet E, Maddalena T, Clavero Sousa H, Martinez-Solano I & Perrin N (2011) Ever-young sex chromosomes in European tree frogs. PLOS Biology, 9, e1001062.
  • Lindtke, D, Mayer W & Böhme W (2010) Identification of a contact zone between oviparous and viviparous common lizards (Zootoca vivipara) in central Europe: reproductive strategies and natural hybridization. Salamandra, 46, 73-82.