Publications

  • De La Torre AR & DB Neale. 2019. Climate adaptation shaped by subtle to moderate allele frequency shifts in loblolly pine. [pre-print]
  • De La Torre AR, Piot A, Liu B, Wilhite B, Weiss M, Porth I. 2019. Functional and morphological evolution in gymnosperms: a portrait of implicated gene families. Evolutionary Applications 00:1-18. [PDF]
  • Lin YC, Wang J, Delhomme N, Schiffthaler B, Sundström G, Zuccolo A, Nystedt B, Hvidsten TR, De La Torre AR, Cossu R, Hoppner M, Lantz H, Scofield DG, Zamani N, Johansson A, Mannapperuma C, Robinson KM, Mahler N, Leitch L, Pellicer J, Park EJ, Van Montagu M, Van de Peer Y, Grabherr M, Jansson S, Ingvarsson PK, Street N. 2018. Functional and evolutionary genomic inferences in Populus through genome and population sequencing of American and European aspenProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. [PDF]
  • De La Torre AR, Puiu D, Crepeau MW, Stevens K, Salzberg SL, Langley CH, Neale DB. 2018. Genomic architecture of complex traits in Loblolly pine (Pinus taeda). New Phytologist 221:1789-1801. [PDF]
  • Vasquez-Lobo A, De la Torre AR,Vangestel C, Martinez-Garcia PJ,Wegzryn JL, Calic I, Burton D, Davis D, Kinloch B, Neale DB.  2017. Finding loci associated to partial resistance to white pine blister rust on sugar pine (Pinus lambertianaDougl.). Tree Genetics & Genomes 13(108). [PDF]
  • Li Z,De La Torre AR, Sterck L, Canovas FM, Avila C, Merino I, Cabezas JA, Cervera MT, Ingvarsson PK, Van de Peer Y. 2017. Single-copy genes as molecular markers for phylogenomic studies in seed plants. Genome Biology and Evolution 9(4): 1130-1147. [PDF]
  • De La Torre AR, Li Z, Van de Peer Y, Ingvarsson PK. 2017. Contrasting rates of molecular evolution and patterns of selection among gymnosperms and flowering plants. Molecular Biology and Evolution 34(6): 1363-1377. [PDF]
  • Neale DB, Martinez-Garcia PJ, De La Torre AR, Montanari S, Wei X. 2017. Novel insights into tree biology and genome evolution as revealed through genomics. Annual Review of Plant Biology 68: 13.1-13.27. [PDF]
  • De La Torre AR, Lin YC, Van de Peer Y, Ingvarsson PK. 2015. Genome-wide analysis reveals diverged patterns of codon bias, gene expression, and rates of sequence evolution in Picea gene familiesGenome Biology and Evolution 7(4): 1002-1015. [PDF]
  • De La Torre AR, Ingvarsson PK, Aitken SN. 2015. Genetic architecture and genomic patterns of gene flow between hybridizing species of PiceaHeredity 00: 1-12. [PDF]
  • Hamilton JA, De La Torre AR, Aitken SN. 2015. Fine-scale environmental variation contributes to introgression in a three-species spruce hybrid zoneTree Genetics and Genomes 11:817. [PDF]
  • De La Torre AR, Birol I, Bousquet J, Ingvarsson PK, Jansson S, Jones SJM, Keeling CI, MacKay J, Nilsson O, Ritland K, Street N, Yanchuk A, Zerbe P, Bohlmann J. 2014. Insights into Conifer Giga-genomesPlant Physiology 166: 1-9. [PDF]
  • De La Torre AR, Roberts D, Aitken SN. 2014. Genome-wide admixture and ecological niche modeling reveal the maintenance of species boundaries despite long history of interspecific gene flow. Molecular Ecology 23:2046-2059. [PDF]
  • De La Torre AR, Wang T, Jaquish B, Aitken SN. 2014. Adaptation and exogenous selection in the Picea glaucaP. engelmannii hybrid zone and its implications for forest management under cimate change. New Phytologist201(2): 687-699. [PDF]
  • De La Torre A, López C, Iglesias E, Cornelius JP. 2008.Genetic (AFLP) diversity of nine Cedrela odoratapopulations in Madre de Dios, southern Peruvian Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management 255:334-339. [PDF]

Book chapters 

  • De La Torre AR. 2015. Genomic admixture and species delimitation in forest tree species. In: Evolutionary Biology: Biodiversification from Genotype to Phenotype (Pontarotti P. ed.), Springer International Publishing, Berlin, Germany. ISBN 978-3-319-19932-0. 460 pp. [link]
  • De La Torre A. 2013.Population structure, diversity and gene flow in riparian populations of Spanish cedar. In:Manu Report 2013: Passion for research in the Peruvian Amazon (Groenendijk J, Tovar A, Wust W, eds.), San Diego Zoo Global Peru/ SERNANP. 466 pp.
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