Cassandra Rodriguez

Poster references for TWS-WS 2024

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2. Huffmeyer, Audra A., Sikich, Jeff A., Vickers, T. Winston, Riley, Seth P. D. & Robert K. Wayne, 2021. First reproductive signs of inbreeding depression in Southern California male mountain lions (Puma concolor). Theriogenology, 177: 157-164.

3. Hohenlohe, Paul A., Funk, Chris W. & Om P. Rajora, 2020. Population genomics for wildlife conservation management. Molecular Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/mec.15720.

4. Quinn, Cate B., Alden, Preston B. & Benjamin N. Sacks, 2019. Noninvasive Sampling Reveals Short-Term Genetic Rescue in an Insular Red Fox Population. Journal of Heredity, 110(5): 559-576.

5. Saremi, N. F., Supple, M. A., Byrne, A., Cahill, J. A., Cloutinho, L. L., Dalen, L., Figueiro, H. V., Johnson, W. E., Milne, H. J., O’Brien, S. J., O’Connell, B., Onorato, D. P., Riley, S. P. D., Sikich, J. A., Stahler, D. R., Villela, P. M. P., Vollmers, C., Wayne, R. K., Eizirik, E. Corbett-Detig, R. B., Green, R. E., Wilmers, C. C. & B. Shapiro, 2019. Puma genomes from North and South America provide insights into the genomic consequences of inbreeding. Nature Communications,

6. Kierepka, Elizabeth M., Preckler-Quisqater, Sophie, Reding, Dawn M., Piaggio, Antoinette J., Riley, Seth P. D. & Benjamin N. Sacks, 2022. Genomic analyses of gray fox lineages suggest ancient divergence and secondary contact in the Southern Great Plains. Oxford University Press on behalf of The American Genetic Association, DOI: 10.1093/jhered/esac60.

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8. Catchen, Julian M., Amores, Angel, Hohenlohe, Paul, Cresko, William & John H. Postlethwait, 2011. Stacks: Building and Genotyping Loci De Novo From Short-Read Sequences. Genetics Society of America, 1(3): 171-182.

9. Catchen, Julian, Hohenlohe, Paul A., Bassham, Susan, Amores, Angel & William A. Cresko, 2013. Stacks: an analysis tool set for population genomics. Molecular Ecology, 22: 3124-3140.

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11. Huisman, Jisca, 2017. Pedigree reconstruction from SNP data: parentage assignment, sibship clustering and beyond. Molecular Ecology Resources,;

12. Ballou, J.D., Lacy, R.C., Pollak, J.P., Callicrate, T., & J. Ivy, 2023. PMx: Software for demographic and genetic analysis and management of pedigreed populations (Version Chicago Zoological Society, Brookfield, Illinois, USA. Available from

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14. R Core Team. R: A language and environment for statistical computing. R Foundation for Statistical Computing (2018).


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