Kyle Wellband
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Niche plasticity in invasive fishes in the Great Lakes
H Pettitt-Wade, KW Wellband, DD Heath, AT Fisk
Biological invasions 17 (9), 2565-2580, 2015
Plasticity in gene transcription explains the differential performance of two invasive fish species
KW Wellband, DD Heath
Evolutionary applications 10 (6), 563-576, 2017
Novel molecular approach demonstrates that turbid river plumes reduce predation mortality on larval fish
LB Carreon‐Martinez, KW Wellband, TB Johnson, SA Ludsin, DD Heath
Molecular ecology 23 (21), 5366-5377, 2014
Chromosomal fusion and life history‐associated genomic variation contribute to within‐river local adaptation of Atlantic salmon
K Wellband, C Mérot, T Linnansaari, JAK Elliott, RA Curry, L Bernatchez
Molecular ecology 28 (6), 1439-1459, 2019
Copy number variants outperform SNPs to reveal genotype–temperature association in a marine species
Y Dorant, H Cayuela, K Wellband, M Laporte, Q Rougemont, C Mérot, ...
Molecular Ecology 29 (24), 4765-4782, 2020
Human-mediated and natural dispersal of an invasive fish in the eastern Great Lakes
ML Johansson, BA Dufour, KW Wellband, LD Corkum, HJ MacIsaac, ...
Heredity 120 (6), 533-546, 2018
Differential invasion success in aquatic invasive species: the role of within-and among-population genetic diversity
KW Wellband, H Pettitt-Wade, AT Fisk, DD Heath
Biological Invasions 19 (9), 2609-2621, 2017
Environmental associations with gene transcription in Babine Lake rainbow trout: evidence for local adaptation
KW Wellband, DD Heath
Ecology and evolution 3 (5), 1194-1208, 2013
Standing genetic diversity and selection at functional gene loci are associated with differential invasion success in two non‐native fish species
KW Wellband, H Pettitt‐Wade, AT Fisk, DD Heath
Molecular ecology 27 (7), 1572-1585, 2018
Transcriptional profiling of two Atlantic salmon strains: implications for reintroduction into Lake Ontario
X He, CC Wilson, KW Wellband, ALS Houde, BD Neff, DD Heath
Conservation genetics 16 (2), 277-287, 2015
Domestic-wild hybridization to improve aquaculture performance in Chinook salmon
CAD Semeniuk, PM Capelle, MGE Dender, R Devlin, B Dixon, J Drown, ...
Aquaculture 511, 734255, 2019
Genetic diversity
K Wellband, SM Baillie, P Bentzen, L Bernatchez
The Lake Charr Salvelinus namaycush: Biology, Ecology, Distribution, and …, 2021
Transcriptional Basis of Copper-Induced Olfactory Impairment in the Sea Lamprey, a Primitive Invasive Fish
J Jones, K Wellband, B Zielinski, DD Heath
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 9 (3), 933-941, 2019
Fine-scale population genetic structure and dispersal of juvenile steelhead in the Bulkley-Morice river, British Columbia
KW Wellband, DY Atagi, RA Koehler, DD Heath
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (2), 392-401, 2012
Rearing environment affects the genetic architecture and plasticity of DNA methylation in Chinook salmon
CJ Venney, KW Wellband, DD Heath
Heredity 126 (1), 38-49, 2021
Environmental and genetic determinants of transcriptional plasticity in Chinook salmon
KW Wellband, JW Heath, DD Heath
Heredity 120 (1), 38-50, 2018
The relative contribution of drift and selection to transcriptional divergence among Babine Lake tributary populations of juvenile rainbow trout
KW Wellband, DD Heath
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (11), 2497-2508, 2013
Environment-driven reprogramming of gamete DNA methylation occurs during maturation and is transmitted intergenerationally in salmon
K Wellband, D Roth, T Linnansaari, RA Curry, L Bernatchez
bioRxiv, 2020.11. 25.396069, 2021
Environment-driven reprogramming of gamete DNA methylation occurs during maturation and is transmitted intergenerationally in Atlantic Salmon
K Wellband, D Roth, T Linnansaari, RA Curry, L Bernatchez
G3 Genes| Genomes| Genetics, 2020
Variation in juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) transcription profiles among and within eight population crosses from British Columbia, Canada
SD Toews, KW Wellband, B Dixon, DD Heath
Molecular ecology 28 (8), 1890-1903, 2019
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