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Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Patrick Danley

Patrick Danley
Patrick Danley, Ph.D
Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Baylor University, USA
Baylor University


Dr. Patrick Danley has received his Ph.D., Zoology, University of New Hampshire , B.S., Biology, The Pennsylvania State University. Currently, he is working as Assistant Professor of Biology A.124 Baylor Sciences Building (254) 710-2081.

Research Interest

Speciation genetics, Genetic basis of complex phenotypes, Evolution in rapidly radiating.
Rapidly diverging, species rich systems provide evolutionary biologists with powerful platforms in which fundamental biological questions can be investigated.  I have benefited from working on the two rapidly diverging extant lineages, East African cichlid fish and Hawaiian crickets.  Within each system I address core biological issues concerning the development and maintenance of biological diversity.  My primary research interest is in identifying the factors that contribute to the reproductive isolation of species at the behavioral, ecological and genetic levels.



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