Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by J. Prunier
Gene copy number variations involved in balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera L.) adaptive variations
Biosurveillance of forest insects: part I—integration and application of genomic tools to the surveillance of non‑native forest insects
Roe, A.D.; Torson, A.S.; Bilodeau, G.J.; Bilodeau, P.; Blackburn, G.S.; Cui, M.; Cusson, M.; Doucet, D.; Griess, V.C.; Lafond, V.M.A.; Paradis, G.; Porth, I; Prunier, J.; Srivastava, V.; Tremblay, E.; Uzunovic, A.; Yemshanov, D.; Hamelin, R.C. (part of Fungal Barcoding Consortium),
Biosurveillance of forest insects: part II—adoption of genomic tools by end user communities and barriers to integration
Bilodeau, P.; Roe, A.D.; Bilodeau, G.J.; Blackburn, G.S.; Cui, M.; Cusson, M.; Doucet, D.; Griess, V.C.; Nilausen, C.; Paradis, G.; Porth, I; Prunier, J.; Srivastava, V.; Stewart, D.; Torson, A.S.; Uzunovic, A.; Yemshanov, D.; Hamelin, R.C.
Gene copy number variations in adaptive evolution: The genomic distribution of gene copy number variations revealed by genetic mapping and their adaptive role in an undomesticated species, white spruce (Picea glauca).
The genomic architecture and association genetics of adaptive characters using a candidate SNP approach in boreal black spruce.
Scanning the genome for gene SNPs related to climate adaptation and estimating selection at the molecular level in boreal black spruce.
This may not be a complete list of the author's publications. This list provides the author's publications since he or she joined, or worked in cooperation with, the CFS. When available, another link is provided for periods of work elsewhere.
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