Maeva Leitwein
Maeva Leitwein
Université Laval Institut de Biologie des Systèmes Intégrés
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Ancestry and adaptive evolution of anadromous, resident, and adfluvial rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in the San Francisco bay area: application of adaptive …
M Leitwein, JC Garza, DE Pearse
Evolutionary Applications 10 (1), 56-67, 2017
432017
A Dense Brown Trout (Salmo trutta) Linkage Map Reveals Recent Chromosomal Rearrangements in the Salmo Genus and the Impact of Selection on Linked …
M Leitwein, B Guinand, J Pouzadoux, E Desmarais, P Berrebi, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 7 (4), 1365-1376, 2017
332017
Using haplotype information for conservation genomics
M Leitwein, M Duranton, Q Rougemont, PA Gagnaire, L Bernatchez
Trends in ecology & evolution 35 (3), 245-258, 2020
252020
Genomic consequences of a recent three‐way admixture in supplemented wild brown trout populations revealed by local ancestry tracts
M Leitwein, PA Gagnaire, E Desmarais, P Berrebi, B Guinand
Molecular Ecology 27 (17), 3466-3483, 2018
222018
Genome‐wide nucleotide diversity of hatchery‐reared Atlantic and Mediterranean strains of brown trout Salmo trutta compared to wild Mediterranean populations
M Leitwein, PA Gagnaire, E Desmarais, S Guendouz, M Rohmer, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 89 (6), 2717-2734, 2016
172016
The role of recombination on genome‐wide patterns of local ancestry exemplified by supplemented brook charr populations
M Leitwein, H Cayuela, AL Ferchaud, É Normandeau, PA Gagnaire, ...
Molecular Ecology 28 (21), 4755-4769, 2019
112019
Development of a large SNPs resource and a low-density SNP array for brown trout (Salmo trutta) population genetics
K Saint-Pé, M Leitwein, L Tissot, N Poulet, B Guinand, P Berrebi, ...
BMC genomics 20 (1), 1-13, 2019
82019
Adaptive and maladaptive genetic diversity in small populations: Insights from the Brook Charr (Salvelinus fontinalis) case study
AL Ferchaud, M Leitwein, M Laporte, D Boivin‐Delisle, B Bougas, ...
Molecular Ecology 29 (18), 3429-3445, 2020
72020
Associative Overdominance and Negative Epistasis Shape Genome-Wide Ancestry Landscape in Supplemented Fish Populations
M Leitwein, H Cayuela, L Bernatchez
Genes 12 (4), 524, 2021
22021
Epigenomic modifications induced by hatchery rearing persist in germ line cells of adult salmon after their oceanic migration
M Leitwein, M Laporte, J Le Luyer, K Mohns, E Normandeau, R Withler, ...
Evolutionary Applications, 2021
22021
Temporal persistence of epigenomic modifications in germ line cells induced by hatchery rearing
M Leitwein, H Cayuela, K Wellband, M Laporte, K Mohns, J Le Luyer, ...
CCFFR/SCL 2021, 2021
2021
Epigenomic population structure: DNA methylation patterns unveils strong geographical structure in the panmictic American Eel
GU Diaz, K Wellband, M Leitwein, M Laporte, C Mérot, É Normandeau, ...
CCFFR/SCL 2021, 2021
2021
Associative Overdominance and Negative Epistasis Shape Genome-Wide Ancestry Landscape in Supplemented Fish Populations. Genes 2021, 12, 524
M Leitwein, H Cayuela, L Bernatchez
s Note: MDPI stays neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published …, 2021
2021
Genome-wide DNA methylation predicts environmentally-driven life history variation in a marine fish
H Cayuela, C Rougeux, M Laporte, C Merot, E Normandeau, M Leitwein, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Spotting genome-wide pigmentation variation in a brown trout admixture context
T VALETTE, M LEITWEIN, JM LASCAUX, E DESMARAIS, P BERREBI, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Génomique, repeuplement et conservation chez la truite (Salmo trutta) méditerranéenne
M Leitwein
Université Montpellier, 2017
2017
G1V 0A6
M LEITWEIN, H CAYUELA, AL FERCHAUD
What Can DNA Methylation Tell Us about the Potential for Transgenerational Fitness Effects of Smolt-to-Adult Hatchery Rearing in Atlantic Salmon?
K Wellband, M Leitwein, D Roth, T Linnansaari, A Curry, L Bernatchez
American Fisheries Society 150th Annual Meeting, 0
Management and conservation of introgressed brown trout by dd‐RAD sequencing
M LEITWEIN
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