Jeff A. Johnson
Jeff A. Johnson
Associate Professor, Institute of Applied Sciences, Department of Biological Sciences, University of
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Contrasting patterns of mitochondrial and microsatellite population structure in fragmented populations of greater prairie‐chickens
JA Johnson, JE Toepfer, PO Dunn
Molecular Ecology 12 (12), 3335-3347, 2003
Beyond the beneficial effects of translocations as an effective tool for the genetic restoration of isolated populations
JL Bouzat, JA Johnson, JE Toepfer, SA Simpson, TL Esker, ...
Conservation Genetics 10, 191-201, 2009
Vulture restaurants and their role in reducing diclofenac exposure in Asian vultures
M Gilbert, RT Watson, S Ahmed, M Asim, JA Johnson
Bird Conservation International 17 (1), 63-77, 2007
Temporal changes in allele frequencies and low effective population size in greater prairie‐chickens
JA Johnson, MR Bellinger, JE Toepfer, P Dunn
Molecular Ecology 13 (9), 2617-2630, 2004
Loss of genetic variation in greater prairie chickens following a population bottleneck in Wisconsin, USA
MR Bellinger, JA Johnson, J Toepfer, P Dunn
Conservation Biology 17 (3), 717-724, 2003
Rapid loss of MHC class II variation in a bottlenecked population is explained by drift and loss of copy number variation
JA Eimes, JL Bollmer, LA Whittingham, JA Johnson, C Van Oosterhout, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (9), 1847-1856, 2011
Rapid diversification of falcons (Aves: Falconidae) due to expansion of open habitats in the Late Miocene
J Fuchs, JA Johnson, DP Mindell
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 82, 166-182, 2015
Effects of recent population bottlenecks on reconstructing the demographic history of prairie‐chickens
JA Johnson, PO Dunn, JL Bouzat
Molecular Ecology 16 (11), 2203-2222, 2007
Long‐term survival despite low genetic diversity in the critically endangered Madagascar fish‐eagle
JA Johnson, RE Tingay, M Culver, F Hailer, ML Clarke, DP Mindell
Molecular Ecology 18 (1), 54-63, 2009
Prioritizing species conservation: does the Cape Verde kite exist?
JA Johnson, RT Watson, DP Mindell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1570), 1365-1371, 2005
Specific alleles at immune genes, rather than genome-wide heterozygosity, are related to immunity and survival in the critically endangered Attwater’s Prairie-chicken
ZW Bateson, SC Hammerly, JA Johnson, ME Morrow, LA Whittingham, ...
Molecular Ecology 25, 4730-4744, 2016
Systematics within Gyps vultures: a clade at risk
JA Johnson, HRL Lerner, PC Rasmussen, DP Mindell
BMC Evolutionary Biology 6, 1-12, 2006
Genetic structure among continental and island populations of gyrfalcons
JA Johnson, KK Burnham, WA Burnham, DP Mindell
Molecular Ecology 16 (15), 3145-3160, 2007
Low genetic variation in the heath hen prior to extinction and implications for the conservation of prairie-chicken populations
JA Johnson, PO Dunn
Conservation Genetics 7, 37-48, 2006
A comparison of pedigree‐and DNA‐based measures for identifying inbreeding depression in the critically endangered A ttwater's P rairie‐chicken
SC Hammerly, ME Morrow, JA Johnson
Molecular ecology 22 (21), 5313-5328, 2013
Is there a future for genome-editing technologies in conservation?
JA Johnson, R Altwegg, DM Evans, JG Ewen, IJ Gordon, N Pettorelli, ...
Animal Conservation 19, 97-101, 2016
It's not too late for the harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja): high levels of genetic diversity and differentiation can fuel conservation programs
HRL Lerner, JA Johnson, AR Lindsay, LF Kiff, DP Mindell
PLoS One 4 (10), e7336, 2009
Genetics of plumage color in the Gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus): analysis of the melanocortin-1 receptor gene
JA Johnson, AD Ambers, KK Burnham
Journal of Heredity 103 (3), 315-321, 2012
Greater prairie-chicken (Tympanuchus cupido)
JA Johnson, MA Schroeder, LA Robb
The Birds of North America 36, 2011
Molecular systematics of the caracaras and allies (Falconidae: Polyborinae) inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear sequence data
J Fuchs, JA Johnson, DP Mindell
Ibis 154 (3), 520-532, 2012
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