Mark R. Christie
Mark R. Christie
Associate professor, Purdue University
Verified email at purdue.edu - Homepage
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Genetic adaptation to captivity can occur in a single generation
MR Christie, ML Marine, RA French, MS Blouin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (1), 238-242, 2012
4182012
Larval connectivity in an effective network of marine protected areas
MR Christie, BN Tissot, MA Albins, JP Beets, Y Jia, DM Ortiz, ...
PloS one 5 (12), e15715, 2010
2392010
Self‐recruitment and sweepstakes reproduction amid extensive gene flow in a coral‐reef fish
MR Christie, DW Johnson, CD Stallings, MA Hixon
Molecular ecology 19 (5), 1042-1057, 2010
1892010
A single generation of domestication heritably alters the expression of hundreds of genes
MR Christie, ML Marine, SE Fox, RA French, MS Blouin
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-6, 2016
1702016
On the reproductive success of early‐generation hatchery fish in the wild
MR Christie, MJ Ford, MS Blouin
Evolutionary applications 7 (8), 883-896, 2014
1562014
Effective size of a wild salmonid population is greatly reduced by hatchery supplementation
MR Christie, ML Marine, RA French, RS Waples, MS Blouin
Heredity 109 (4), 254-260, 2012
1312012
Who are the missing parents? Grandparentage analysis identifies multiple sources of gene flow into a wild population
MR Christie, ML Marine, MS Blouin
Molecular Ecology 20 (6), 1263-1276, 2011
922011
Parentage in natural populations: novel methods to detect parent‐offspring pairs in large data sets
MR Christie
Molecular Ecology Resources 10 (1), 115-128, 2010
822010
Coastal-marine conservation: science and policy
GC Ray, J McCormick-Ray
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
622009
The architecture of river networks can drive the evolutionary dynamics of aquatic populations
AT Thomaz, MR Christie, LL Knowles
Evolution 70 (3), 731-739, 2016
572016
Habitat corridors facilitate genetic resilience irrespective of species dispersal abilities or population sizes
MR Christie, LL Knowles
Evolutionary Applications 8 (5), 454-463, 2015
542015
Bayesian parentage analysis with systematic accountability of genotyping error, missing data and false matching
MR Christie, JA Tennessen, MS Blouin
Bioinformatics 29 (6), 725-732, 2013
522013
Quantifying evolutionary potential of marine fish larvae: heritability, selection, and evolutionary constraints
DW Johnson, MR Christie, J Moye
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (9), 2614-2628, 2010
492010
Rapid genetic adaptation to a novel environment despite a genome‐wide reduction in genetic diversity
JR Willoughby, AM Harder, JA Tennessen, KT Scribner, MR Christie
Molecular ecology 27 (20), 4041-4051, 2018
472018
Spatial and temporal patterns of larval dispersal in a coral‐reef fish metapopulation: evidence of variable reproductive success
TJ Pusack, MR Christie, DW Johnson, CD Stallings, MA Hixon
Molecular ecology 23 (14), 3396-3408, 2014
422014
Genetic diversity in fishes is influenced by habitat type and life‐history variation
AS Martinez, JR Willoughby, MR Christie
Ecology and Evolution 8 (23), 12022-12031, 2018
342018
Life history variation is maintained by fitness trade-offs and negative frequency-dependent selection
MR Christie, GG McNickle, RA French, MS Blouin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (17), 4441-4446, 2018
342018
Rapid evolution meets invasive species control: the potential for pesticide resistance in sea lamprey
ES Dunlop, R McLaughlin, JV Adams, M Jones, O Birceanu, MR Christie, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75 (1), 152-168, 2018
342018
Genetic correlations between adults and larvae in a marine fish: potential effects of fishery selection on population replenishment
DW Johnson, MR Christie, J Moye, MA Hixon
Evolutionary Applications 4 (5), 621-633, 2011
342011
New observations on midline defects: coincidence of anophthalmos, microphthalmos and cryptophthalmos with hypothalamic disorders
JR Bierich, M Christie, JJ Heinrich, AS Martinez
European journal of pediatrics 150 (4), 246-249, 1991
301991
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