Joanna Freeland
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Molecular Ecology
J Freeland
Dispersal in freshwater invertebrates
DT Bilton, JR Freeland, B Okamura
Annual review of ecology and systematics 32 (1), 159-181, 2001
Applications and implications of neutral versus non-neutral markers in molecular ecology
H Kirk, JR Freeland
International journal of molecular sciences 12 (6), 3966-3988, 2011
Applications and Implications of Neutral versus Non-neutral Markers in Molecular Ecology
H Kirk, J Freeland
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 12 (6), 3966-3988, 2011
Typha (Cattail) Invasion in North American Wetlands: Biology, Regional Problems, Impacts, Ecosystem Services, and Management
S Bansal, SC Lishawa, S Newman, BA Tangen, D Wilcox, D Albert, ...
Wetlands 39, 645-684, 2019
Long‐distance dispersal and high genetic diversity are implicated in the invasive spread of the common reed, Phragmites australis (Poaceae), in northeastern …
H Kirk, J Paul, J Straka, JR Freeland
American Journal of Botany 98 (7), 1180-1190, 2011
The importance of molecular markers and primer design when characterizing biodiversity from environmental DNA
JR Freeland
Genome 60 (4), 358-374, 2017
The mitochondrial and nuclear genetic homogeneity of the phenotypically diverse Darwin's ground finches
JR Freeland, PT Boag
Evolution 53 (5), 1553-1563, 1999
Development of species-specific environmental DNA (eDNA) markers for invasive aquatic plants
M Scriver, A Marinich, C Wilson, J Freeland
Aquatic botany 122, 27-31, 2015
Community genetics: resource addition has opposing effects on genetic and species diversity in a 150‐year experiment
J Silvertown, PM Biss, J Freeland
Ecology Letters 12 (2), 165-170, 2009
Genetic diversity and widespread haplotypes in a migratory dragonfly, the common green darner Anax junius
JR Freeland, M May, R Lodge, KF Conrad
Ecological Entomology 28 (4), 413-421, 2003
Genetic consequences of the metapopulation biology of a facultatively sexual freshwater invertebrate
Freeland, Noble, Okamura
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 13 (3), 383-395, 2000
A molecular phylogeny of warbling-finches (Poospiza): paraphyly in a Neotropical emberizid genus
SC Lougheed, JR Freeland, P Handford, PT Boag
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 17 (3), 367-378, 2000
Selection pressures have caused genome‐wide population differentiation of Anthoxanthum odoratum despite the potential for high gene flow
JR Freeland, P Biss, KF Conrad, J Silvertown
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (4), 776-782, 2010
Validation of environmental DNA (eDNA) as a detection tool for at‐risk freshwater pearly mussel species (Bivalvia: Unionidae)
CA Currier, TJ Morris, CC Wilson, JR Freeland
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28 (3), 545-558, 2018
Molecular data provide strong evidence of natural hybridization between native and introduced lineages of Phragmites australis in North America
J Paul, N Vachon, CJ Garroway, JR Freeland
Biological Invasions 12, 2967-2973, 2010
Phylogenetics of Darwin's finches: Paraphyly in the tree-finches, and two divergent lineages in the Warbler Finch
JR Freeland, PT Boag
The Auk 116 (3), 577-588, 1999
Intercontinental dispersal of Typha angustifolia and T. latifolia between Europe and North America has implications for Typha invasions
C Ciotir, H Kirk, JR Row, JR Freeland
Biological Invasions 15, 1377-1390, 2013
Regional differences in the abundance of native, introduced, and hybrid Typha spp. in northeastern North America influence wetland invasions
J Freeland, C Ciotir, H Kirk
Biological Invasions 15, 2651-2665, 2013
Molecular genetic data reveal hybridization between Typha angustifolia and Typha latifolia across a broad spatial scale in eastern North America
H Kirk, C Connolly, JR Freeland
Aquatic Botany 95 (3), 189-193, 2011
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