Publications

110. Blouin, MS, SR Bollmann, JA Tennessen. In review. PTC2 region genotypes counteract Biomphalaria glabrata population differences between M-line and BS90 in resistance to infection by Schistosoma mansoni doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.06.09.495507

109. Blouin, MS, MC Wrey, SR Bollmann, JC Skaar, R Twibell and C Fuentes.  2021. Offspring of first-generation hatchery steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) grow faster in the hatchery than offspring of wild fish, but survive worse in the wild: possible mechanisms for inadvertent domestication and fitness loss in hatchery salmon.  PLOS ONEhttps://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0257407

108. Cole, KS, DLG Noakes, N Thompson, M Blouin, B Morrison, RB Couture, J O’Neil and CB Schreck. 2021. Effects of temperature on sexual development in steelhead, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Environ Biol Fish . https://doi.org/10.1007/s10641-021-01064-0

107. Tennessen, JA, SR Bollmann, E Peremyslova, BA Kronmiller, C Sergi, B Hamali and MS Blouin. 2020. Clusters of polymorphic transmembrane genes control resistance to schistosomes in snail vectors. eLife 2020;9:e59395 DOI:10.7554/eLife.59395 

106.  Allan, ERO and MS Blouin. 2020. Heat shock increases hydrogen peroxide release from circulating hemocytes of the snail Biomphalaria glabrata. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. 105:203-208. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fsi.2020.07.029

105. Allan ERO, Bollmann S, Peremyslova E, Blouin M. 2020. Neither heat pulse, nor multigenerational exposure to a modest increase in water temperature, alters the susceptibility of Guadeloupean Biomphalaria glabrata to Schistosoma mansoni infection. PeerJ8:e9059 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.9059 

104. Allan, E, L Yang, JA Tennessen and MS Blouin.  2019.  Allelic variation in a single genomic region alters the hemolymph proteome in the snail Biomphalaria glabrata. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. 88:301-307.

103. Christie, MR, GG McNickle, RA French and MS Blouin. 2018 Life history variation is maintained by fitness trade-offs and negative frequency dependent selection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 115(17):4441-4446

102. Allan, ERO, JA Tennessen, TJ Sharpton and MS Blouin. 2018.  Allelic variation in a single genomic region alters the microbiome of the snail Biomphalaria glabrata. Journal of Heredity esy014,https://doi.org/10.1093/jhered/esy014

101. Thompson, NF, B Clemens, L Ketchum, P Simpson, R Reagan and MS Blouin. 2018. Family influence on length at release and size-biased survival post release in hatchery-reared steelhead: a mechanism to explain how domestication occurs. Aquaculture 491: 135-146.

100. Allan, ERO and MS Blouin. 2017.  The behavioral effects of antibiotic treatment of the snail Biomphalaria glabrata PeerJ 5:e4171 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.4171

99. Allan, ERO and MS Blouin. 2017. Allelic variation partially regulates galactose-dependent hydrogen peroxide release from circulating hemocytes of the snail Biomphalaria glabrata. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. DOI: 10.1016/j.fsi.2017.10.037

98. Allan,  ERO, B. Gourbal, CB Dores, A. Portet, CJ Bayne and MS Blouin. 2017.  Clearance of schistosome parasites by resistant genotypes at a single genomic region in Biomphalaria glabrata snails involves cellular components of the hemolymph.  International Journal for Parasitology. DOI:10.1016/j.ijpara.2017.08.008

97.  Rabelo, EML, , R. Rodrigues Cambraia de Miranda, L. Fernando Viana Furtado, R. Aparecido Redondo, JA Tennessen, MS Blouin.  2017.  Genetic diversity among Ancylostoma caninum Brazilian populations by microsatellite analysis. Infection, Genetics and Evolution.;51:24-27.

96. Tennessen, JA, SR Bollmann and MS Blouin. 2017. A Targeted Capture Linkage Map Anchors the Genome of the Schistosomiasis Vector Snail, Biomphalaria glabrata G3:Genes, genomes, genetics 7(7):2353-2361

95. Adema et al. (115 authors) 2017.  Whole genome analysis of a schistosomiasis-transmitting freshwater snail.  Nature Communications. Doi:10.1038/ncomms 15451

94. Allen, ERO, JA Tennessen, SR Bollman, PC Hanington, CG Bayne and MS Blouin.  2017. Schistosome defense in the snail, Biomphalaria glabrata, is partially dependent on the expression of Grctm6, a Guadeloupe Resistance Complex protein.  PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0005362

93. Thompson NF, Blouin MS.2016. Family dominance level measured during the fry stage weakly influences family length at smolting in hatchery reared steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145: 1282-1289.

92. Thompson, NF, M Christie, M. Marine, L. Curtis and M.S. Blouin.  2016 Spawn date explains variation in growth rate among families of hatchery reared Hood River steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Environmental Biology of fishes 99:581-591.   DOI 10.1007/s10641-016-0500-2

91. Tavalire, HF, MS Blouin and ML Steinauer. 2016.  Genotypic variation in host response to infection affects parasite reproductive rate.  International  Journal for Parasitology 46:123-131

90.  Christie, MR, ML Marine, SE Fox, RA French and MS Blouin. 2015. A single generation of domestication heritably alters expression at hundreds of genes.  Nature Communications doi:10.1038/ncomms10676

89. Tennessen JA, Théron A, Marine M, Yeh JY, Rognon A, Blouin MS 2015 Hyperdiverse gene cluster in snail host conveys resistance to human schistosome parasites. PLoS Genetics 11(3): e1005067. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1005067

88. Tennessen, JA, KM Bonner, SR Bollman, JA Johnstun, JY Yeh, ML Marine, HF Tavalire, CJ Bayne and MS Blouin. 2015.  Genome-Wide Scan and Test of Candidate Genes in the Snail Biomphalaria glabrata Reveal New Locus Influencing Resistance to Schistosoma mansoniPLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 9(9): e0004077. doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0004077

87. Thompson, N.F., C.A. Leblanc, J.D. Romer, C.B. Schreck, M.S. Blouin, D.L.G. Noakes. 2015 Sex-biased survivorship and differences in migration of wild steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) smolts from two coastal Oregon rivers .  Ecology of Freshwater Fish DOI:10.1111/EFF.12242

86. Thompson, NF and MS Blouin 2015 The effects of high rearing density on the potential for domestication selection in hatchery culture of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss).  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.  72:1-6.

85. Christie, M., M. Ford and M.S. Blouin. 2014. On the reproductive success of first-generation hatchery fish in the wild.  Evolutionary Applications, 7:883-896.

84. Fox SE, MR Christie, ML Marine, HD Priest, TC Mockler and MS Blouin. 2014. Sequencing and characterization of the anadromous steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) transcriptome. Marine Genomics 2014 Jun;15:13-5. doi: 10.1016/j.margen.2013.12.001. Epub 2014 Jan 17

83. Thompson, NF, KS Cole, LA McMahon, ML Marine, LD Curtis and MS Blouin. 2014. Sex reversal, selection against hatchery females or wild males does not explain differences in sex ratio between first generation hatchery and wild steelhead, Oncorhynchus mykissEnviron. Biol. Fishes 10.1007/s10641-014-0240-0

82. Christie MR, RA French, ML Marine and MS. Blouin. 2013. Does inbreeding cause the reduced fitness of captive-born individuals in the wild? J. Heredity, doi: 10.1093/jhered/est076

81. Christie MR, Tennessen JA, Blouin MS. 2013. Bayesian parentage analysis with systematic accountability of genotyping error, missing data, and false matching. Bioinformatics 29:725-732

80. Steinauer ML, Christie, MR, MS. Blouin, LE. Agola, IN. Mwangi, GM. Maina, MW Matuku, GM. Mkoji, ES Loker.. 2013. Noninvasive sampling of schistosomes from humans requires correcting for family structure. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases, 7:e2456

79. Blouin, MS, KM Bonner, B Cooper, V Amarasinghe, RP O’Donnell, and CJ. Bayne. 2013 Three genes involved in the oxidative burst are closely linked in the genome of Biomphalaria glabrata.  International Journal for Parasitology, 43:51-55.

78. Bonner KM, CJ. Bayne, MK. Larson, and MS. Blouin. 2012. Effects of Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase (SOD1) genotype and genetic background on growth, reproduction and defense in Biomphalaria glabrata, a snail vector of Schistosoma mansoni. 2012 PloS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 6(6): e1701. doi:10.1371/journal.pntd.0001701

77. Christie MR, ML Marine, RA French, RS Waples, MS. Blouin. 2012. Genetic adaptation to captivity can occur in a single generation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109:238-242 (came out online early in December 2011)

76. Christie MR, RA French, ML Marine and MS. Blouin. 2012 Genetic drift, inbreeding, and the fitness of hatchery fish in the wild.  Heredity, 109, 254–260

75. Phillipsen, I., C. Funk, E. Hoffman, K. Monsen and M.S. Blouin. 2011. Comparative analyses of effective population size within and among species: ranid frogs as a case study. Evolution, 65: 2927–2945.

74. Criscione, C.D., R. Vilas, E. Paniagua and M.S. Blouin. 2011. More than meets the eye: detecting cryptic microgeographic population structure in a parasite with a complex life cycle. Molecular Ecology 20:2510-2524

73. Christie, M.R., M.L. Marine and M.S. Blouin. 2011. Who are the missing parents? Grandparentage analysis identifies multiple sources of gene flow into a wild population. Molecular Ecology, 20:1263-1276. [also see Perspective by Kenyon Mobley (2011) Grandfathering in a new era of parentage analysis. Molecular Ecology 20:1080-1082]

72. Thériault V, Moyer GR, Jackson LS, Blouin MS, Banks MA. 2011. Reduced reproductive success of hatchery coho salmon in the wild: insights into most likely mechanisms. Molecular Ecology 20:1860-9

71. Blouin, M.S., I.C. Phillipsen and K.J. Monsen. 2010. Population structure and conservation genetics of the Oregon spotted frog, Rana pretiosa. Conservation Genetics, 11:2179-2194.

70. Steinauer, M., M.S. Blouin and C. Criscione. 2010. Applying evolutionary genetics to schistosome epidemiology. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 10:433-443.

69. Tennessen, J.A and M.S. Blouin. 2010. A revised leopard frog phylogeny allows a more detailed examination of adaptive evolution at ranatuerin-2 antimicrobial peptide loci Immunogenetics, 33:1247-1257.

68. Blouin, M.S. V. Thuillier, B. Cooper, V. Amarasinghe, L. Cluzel, H. Araki and C. Grunau. 2010. No evidence for large differences in genomic methylation between wild and hatchery steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 67: 217-224.

67. Tennessen, J.A., D.C. Woodhams, P. Chaurand, L.K. Reinert, D. Billheimer, Y. Shyr, R.M. Caprioli, M.S. Blouin, and L.A. Rollins-Smith.. 2009. Variations in the expressed antimicrobial peptide repertoire of northern leopard frog (Rana pipiens) populations suggest intraspecies differences in resistance to pathogens. Developmental & Comparative Immunology 33:1247-1257.

66. Araki, H., B. Cooper and M.S. Blouin. 2009. Carry-over effect of captive breeding reduces reproductive fitness of wild-born descendants in the wild. Biology Letters 5: 621-624

65. Phillipsen, I., J. Bowerman, M. Blouin. 2009. Effective number of breeding adults in Oregon spotted frogs ( Rana pretiosa ): genetic estimates at two life stages. Conservation Genetics doi: 10.1007/s10592-009-9862-8

64. Tennessen, J.A. and M.S. Blouin. 2008. Balancing selection at a frog antimicrobial peptide locus: allelic cycling of immune effector molecules? Molecular Biology and Evolution 25:2669–2680

63. Theron, A., C. Coustau, A. Rognon, S. Gourbière, and M.S. Blouin. 2008 Effects of laboratory culture on compatibility between snails and schistosomes. Parasitology, 135:1179-1188.

62. Miranda, R.R., J.A. Tennessen, M.S. Blouin and É.M.Rabelo. 2008..Mitochondrial DNA variation of the dog hookworm Ancylostoma caninum in Brazilian populations. Veterinary Parasitology,151:61-67.

61. Araki, H., B. Berejikian, M. Ford, and M.S. Blouin. 2008 Fitness of hatchery-reared salmonids in the wild.  Evolutionary Applications 1:342-355.

60. Tennessen J.A. and M.S. Blouin.2007. Selection for antimicrobial peptide diversity in frogs leads to gene duplication and low allelic variation. Journal of Molecular Evolution 65:605-615

59. Araki, H., B. Cooper and M.S. Blouin. 2007. Genetic effects of captive breeding cause a rapid, cumulative fitness decline in the wild. Science, 318: 100-103.

58. Araki, H., W.R. Ardren, E. Olsen, B. Cooper and M.S. Blouin. 2007. Reproductive success of captive-bred steelhead trout in the wild: evaluation of three hatchery programs in the Hood River. Conservation Biology, 21:181-190. 

57. Araki, H., R.S. Waples, W.R. Ardren, B. Cooper and M.S. Blouin. 2007. Effective population size of steelhead trout: influence of variance in reproductive success, hatchery programs, and genetic compensation between life-history forms. Molecular Ecology 16:953-966

56. Araki, H., R.S. Waples and M.S. Blouin. 2007. A potential bias in the temporal method for estimating Ne in admixed populations under natural selection. Molecular Ecology 16: 2261–2271

55. Moyer, G.R., D. Loomis, M. Blouin and M.A. Banks. 2007. The influence of differential survival on Nb/N for progeny from multi- and single-generation integrated hatchery stocks of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 64:1258-1265.

54. Finn, D.S., M.S. Blouin and D.A. Lytle. 2007. Population genetic structure reveals terrestrial affinities for a headwater stream insect. Freshwater Biology, 52, 1881–1897

53. Bender, R.C. C.P. Goodall, M.S. Blouin and C.J. Bayne. 2007. Variation in expression of Biomphalaria glabrata SOD1: a potential controlling factor in susceptibility/resistance to Schistosoma mansoni, Developmental and Comparative Immunology, 31(9): 874-878 doi: 10.1016/j.dci.2006.12.005

52. Criscione, C.D. and M.S. Blouin. 2007. Parasite phylogeographical congruence with salmon host evolutionarily significant units: implications for salmon conservation. Molecular Ecology 16:993-1005.

51. Hoffman, E.A., Schueler, F.W., A.G. Jones and M.S. Blouin. 2006. An analysis of selection on a color polymorphism in the northern leopard frog.  Molecular Ecology, 15:2627-2641.

50. Criscione, C.D., B. Cooper and M.S. Blouin. 2006. Parasite genotypes identify source populations of migratory fish more accurately than fish genotypes. Ecology, 87:823-828.

49. Vilas, R., C.D. Criscione, E. Paniagua and M.S. Blouin. 2006. Microsatellite loci from the trematode Lecithochirium fusiforme, a parasite of the European conger eel.  Molecular Ecology Notes, 6:1064-1066.

48. Criscione, C.D. and M.S. Blouin. 2006 Minimal selfing, few clones, and no among-host genetic structure in a hermaphroditic parasite with asexual larval propagation. Evolution, 60:553-562.

47. Araki, H. and M.S. Blouin. 2005. Unbiased estimation of relative reproductive success of different groups: evaluation and correction of bias caused by parentage assignment errors. Molecular Ecology, 13:4907-4110.

46. Vilas, R., C.D. Criscione and M.S. Blouin. 2005. A comparison between mitochondrial DNA and the ribosomal internal transcribed regions in prospecting for cryptic species of platyhelminth parasites. Parasitology, 131:1-8.

45. Criscione, C.D. and M.S. Blouin. 2005.  Eleven polymorphic microsatellite loci for the salmonid trematode Plagioporus shawi. Molecular Ecology Notes 5:562-564.

44. Criscione, C.D., R. Poulin and M.S. Blouin. 2005. Molecular ecology of parasites: elucidating ecological and microevolutionary processes. Molecular Ecology 14:2247-2257.

43. Criscione, C.D. and M.S. Blouin. 2005. Effective sizes of macroparasite populations: a conceptual model. Trends in Parasitology 21: 212-217   

42. Funk, W.C., M.S. Blouin, P.S. Corn, B.A. Maxell, D.S. Pilliod, S.Amish and F.W. Allendorf.  2005. Population structure of Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) is strongly affected by the landscape.  Molecular Ecology 14:483-496.

41. Hoffman, E.A., F.W. Schueler and M. S. Blouin. 2004. Effective population sizes and temporal stability of genetic structure in Rana pipiens, the Northern leopard frog. Evolution 58:2536-2545. 

40. Monsen, K.J. and M.S. Blouin. 2004. Extreme isolation by distance in the Cascades frog, Rana cascadae. Conservation Genetics 5:827-835.

39. Hoffman, E. and M.S. Blouin. 2004. Evolutionary history of the northern leopard frog: reconstruction of phylogeny, phylogeography and historical changes in population demography from mitochondrial DNA.  Evolution 58:145-159.

38. Criscione, C.D. and M.S. Blouin. 2004. Life cycles shape parasite evolution: comparative population genetics of salmon trematodes. Evolution 58:198-202.

37. Hoffman, E.A. and M.S. Blouin. 2004. Historical data refute recent range contraction as cause of low genetic diversity in isolated frog populations. Molecular Ecology 13:271-276.

36. Blouin, M.S. 2003. DNA-based methods for pedigree reconstruction and kinship analysis in natural populations. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 503-511.

35. Monsen, K.J. and M.S. Blouin. 2003. Discordance between mitochondrial and nuclear data in a declining amphibian: the potential for misleading conservation recommendations. Molecular Ecology 12:3275-3286

34. Langdon, C., S. Evans, D. Jacobson and M. Blouin 2003. Yields of cultured Pacific oysters Crassostrea gigas Thunberg improved after one generation of selection. Aquaculture 220: 227-244.

33. Hoffman, E.A., W.R. Ardren and M.S. Blouin. 2003. Nine polymorphic microsatellite loci in the northern leopard frog (Rana pipiens).  Mol. Ecol. Notes 3:115-116.

32. Criscione, C. D., V. Watral, C. M. Whipps, M. S. Blouin, S. R. M. Jones, and M. L. Kent. 2002. Ribosomal DNA sequences indicate isolated populations of Ichthyophonus hoferi in geographic sympatry in the northeastern Pacific Ocean. Journal of Fish Diseases 25: 575-582.

31. Blouin, M.S.2002. Molecular prospecting for cryptic species of nematodes:mitochondrial DNA vs. internal transcribed spacer.  International Journal for Parasitology 32(5): 527-531.

30. Jones, A., M.S. Blouin and S.J. Arnold. 2001. Genetic variation in two populations of the rough-skinned newt (Taricha granulose) assessed using novel tetranucleotide microsatellite loci. Molecular Ecology Notes 1:293-296.

29. Hawdon, J.H., L. Tiehua, Z. Bin and M. Blouin. 2001. Genetic structure of the human hookworm, Necator americanus, in China. Molecular Ecology 10: 1433-1437.

28. Liu, J., R.E. Berry and M. Blouin. 2001. Detection and identification of symbiotic bacteria (Photorhabdus and Xenorhabdus) from entomopathogenic nematodes (Heterorhabditis and Steinernema). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 77:87-91

27. Blouin, M.S. and S.T. Brown. 2000. Effects of temperature-induced variation in anuran larval growth rate on head width and leg length at metamorphosis. Oecologia 125:358-361.

26. Hoffman, E.A. and M.S. Blouin. 2000. A review of color and/or pattern polymorphism in anurans. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 70: 633-665.

25. Blouin, M.S. 2000. Neutrality tests on mtDNA: unusual results from nematodes. J. Heredity 91:156-158.

24. Hoberg, E.P., K.J. Monsen, S. Kutz and M.S. Blouin. 1999. Structure, biodiversity and historical biogeography of nematode faunas in holarctic ruminants: morphological and molecular diagnoses for Teladorsagia boreoarcticus sp. n. (nematoda: ostertagiinae), a dimorphic cryptic species in muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus). J. Parasitol. 85:910-934.

23. Blouin, M.S., J. Liu and R.E. Berry. 1999. Life cycle variation and the genetic structure of nematode populations. Heredity 83:253-259.

22. Liu, J., R. Berry and M. Blouin. 1999. Molecular differentiation and phylogeny of entomopathogenic nematodes (Rhabditida: Heterorhabditis) based on ND4 gene sequences of mitochrondrial DNA. J. Parasitology 85:709-718.

21. Banks, M.A., M.S. Blouin, B.A. Baldwin, V.K. Rashbrook, H.A. Fitzgerald, S.M. Blankenship, and D. Hedgecock. 1999. Isolation and inheritance of novel microsatellites in chinook salmon (Onchorhynchus tschawytscha) J. Heredity 90:281-288.

 20. Blouin, M.S. 1998. Mitochondrial DNA diversity in nematodes. J. Helminthology 72:285-289.

 19 .Blouin, M.S., C.A. Yowell, C.H. Courtney, and J.B. Dame. 1998. Substitution bias, rapid saturation, and the use of mtDNA for nematode systematics. Molecular Biology and Evolution 15:1719-1727.

18. Anderson, T.J.C., M.S. Blouin and R.N. Beech. 1998. Population biology of parasitic nematodes: applications of genetic markers. Advances in Parasitology 41:219-283.

17. Blouin, M.S., C.A. Yowell, C.H. Courtney, and J.B. Dame. 1997. Haemonchus placei and Haemonchus contortus are distinct species based on mtDNA evidence. International Journal for Parasitology 27:1383-1387.

16. Blouin, M.S., M. Parsons, V. Lacaille, and S. Lotz. 1996. Use of microsatellite loci to classify individuals by relatedness. Molecular Ecology 5:393-401.

15. Blouin, M.S., C.A. Yowell, C.H. Courtney, and J.B. Dame. 1995. Host movement and the genetic structure of populations of parasitic nematodes. Genetics 141: 1007-1014.

14. Blouin, M.S., J.B. Dame, C.A. Tarrant, and C.H. Courtney. 1992. Unusual population genetics of a parasitic nematode: mtDNA variation within and among populations.  Evolution 46: 470-476.

13. Tarrant, C.A., M.S. Blouin, C.A. Yowell, and J.B. Dame. 1992. Suitability of mitochondrial DNA for assaying interindividual genetic variation in small helminths. Parasitology 78: 374-378.

12. Dame, J.B. , M.S. Blouin, and C.H. Courtney. 1992.  Genetic structure of populations of Ostertagia ostertagi and other parasitic helminths. Veterinary Parasitology 46: 55-62.

11. Blouin, M.S. 1992. Genetic correlations among morphometric traits and rates of growth and differentiation in the green tree frog, Hyla cinerea Evolution 46: 735-744.

10. Blouin, M.S. 1992. Comparing bivariate reaction norms among species: time and size at metamorphosis in three species of Hyla (anura: hylidae). Oecologia, 90: 288-293.

9. Blouin, M.S., and M.L.G. Loeb. 1991. Effects of environmentally-induced development rate variation on head and limb morphology in the green treefrog, Hyla cinerea. American Naturalist 138: 717-728.

8. Blouin, M.S. 1991. Proximate developmental causes of limb length variation between two closely-related species of treefrogs. J. Morphology 209: 305-310.

7. Blouin, M.S. 1990. On the evolution of unpalatability in hylid tadpoles. J. Herpetology 24: 309-311.

6. Blouin, M.S. 1989. Life history correlates of a color polymorphism in the ornate chorus frog. Copeia 1989: 319-325.

5. Blouin, M.S. 1989. Inheritance of a naturally occurring color polymorphism in the ornate chorus frog, Pseudacris ornata. Copeia 1989: 1056-1059.

4. Blouin, S.F., and M.S. Blouin. 1988. Inbreeding avoidance behaviors. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 3:230-233.

3. Emerson, S., J. Travis, and M.S. Blouin. 1988. Evaluating a hypothesis about heterochrony: larval life history traits and juvenile hindlimb morphology in Hyla crucifer. Evolution 42: 68-78.

2. Travis, J., S. Emerson, and M.S. Blouin, 1987. A quantitative-genetic analysis of larval life history traits in Hyla crucifer. Evolution 41: 145-156.

1. Blouin, M.S. and Connor, E.F. 1985. Is there a best shape for nature reserves? Biological Conservation 32: 277-288

Other publications

Hedgecock, D., C. Langdon, M. Blouin, and S.K. Allen. 1997.  Genetic improvement of cultured Pacific oysters by selection.  Oregon State University Ag Experiment Station Special Report 968

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