Janna Willoughby
Janna Willoughby
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The reduction of genetic diversity in threatened vertebrates and new recommendations regarding IUCN conservation rankings
JR Willoughby, M Sundaram, BK Wijayawardena, SJA Kimble, Y Ji, ...
Biological Conservation 191, 495-503, 2015
The impacts of inbreeding, drift and selection on genetic diversity in captive breeding populations
JR Willoughby, NB Fernandez, MC Lamb, JA Ivy, RC Lacy, JA DeWoody
Molecular Ecology 24 (1), 98-110, 2015
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
The importance of including imperfect detection models in eDNA experimental design
JR Willoughby, BK Wijayawardena, M Sundaram, RK Swihart, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 16 (4), 837-844, 2016
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
Inbreeding and selection shape genomic diversity in captive populations: Implications for the conservation of endangered species
JR Willoughby, JA Ivy, RC Lacy, JM Doyle, JA DeWoody
PLoS One 12 (4), e0175996, 2017
Population decline in a long-lived species: the wood turtle in Michigan
JR Willoughby, M Sundaram, TL Lewis, BJ Swanson
Herpetologica 69 (2), 186-198, 2013
Mechanistic insights into landscape genetic structure of two tropical amphibians using field‐derived resistance surfaces
AJ Nowakowski, JA DeWoody, ME Fagan, JR Willoughby, MA Donnelly
Molecular Ecology 24 (3), 580-595, 2015
Segregating the effects of seed traits and common ancestry of hardwood trees on eastern gray squirrel foraging decisions
M Sundaram, JR Willoughby, NI Lichti, MA Steele, RK Swihart
PLoS One 10 (6), e0130942, 2015
Long‐term demographic and genetic effects of releasing captive‐born individuals into the wild
JR Willoughby, MR Christie
Conservation Biology 33 (2), 377-388, 2019
Mammalian genetic diversity as a function of habitat, body size, trophic class, and conservation status
JM Doyle, CC Hacking, JR Willoughby, M Sundaram, JA DeWoody
Journal of Mammalogy 96 (3), 564-572, 2015
Of contigs and quagmires: next‐generation sequencing pitfalls associated with transcriptomic studies
JA DeWoody, KC Abts, AL Fahey, Y Ji, SJA Kimble, NJ Marra, ...
Molecular ecology resources 13 (4), 551-558, 2013
Detection of barriers to dispersal is masked by long lifespans and large population sizes
JR Hoffman, JR Willoughby, BJ Swanson, KL Pangle, DT Zanatta
Ecology and Evolution 7 (22), 9613-9623, 2017
Among‐family variation in survival and gene expression uncovers adaptive genetic variation in a threatened fish
AM Harder, JR Willoughby, WR Ardren, MR Christie
Molecular ecology 29 (6), 1035-1049, 2020
Biome and migratory behaviour significantly influence vertebrate genetic diversity
JR Willoughby, M Sundaram, BK Wijayawardena, MC Lamb, SJA Kimble, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121 (2), 446-457, 2017
Decline of heterozygosity in a large but isolated population: a 45-year examination of moose genetic diversity on Isle Royale
RL Sattler, JR Willoughby, BJ Swanson
PeerJ 5, e3584, 2017
Inbreeding load and inbreeding depression estimated from lifetime reproductive success in a small, dispersal-limited population
JR Willoughby, PM Waser, A Brüniche-Olsen, MR Christie
Heredity 123 (2), 192-201, 2019
Captive ancestry upwardly biases estimates of relative reproductive success
JR Willoughby, MR Christie
Journal of Heredity, 2017
Sharing and reporting benefits from biodiversity research
E Marden, RJ Abbott, F Austerlitz, D Ortiz‐Barrientos, RS Baucom, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (5), 1103-1107, 2021
Indirect evidence of prey-switching in minks: empirical evidence, theoretical modeling, and spatial drivers
M Sundaram, JR Willoughby, BJ Swanson
Journal of Mammalogy 94 (5), 1149-1160, 2013
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