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Carol A. Stepien
Carol A. Stepien
Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History
Verified email at uw.edu
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PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF OPHIOBLENNIUS: THE ROLE OF OCEAN CURRENTS AND GEOGRAPHY IN REEF FISH EVOLUTION
A Muss, DR Robertson, CA Stepien, P Wirtz, BW Bowen
Evolution 55 (3), 561-572, 2001
2822001
Molecular Systematics of Fishes
TD Kocher, CA Stepien
Academic Press, 1997
2221997
Invasion genetics of Ponto-Caspian gobies in the Great Lakes: a ‘cryptic’ species, absence of founder effects, and comparative risk analysis
CA Stepien, MA Tumeo
Biological Invasions 8 (1), 61-78, 2006
1862006
Population genetic structure, phylogeography and spawning philopatry in walleye (Stizostedion vitreum) from mitochondrial DNA control region sequences
CA Stepien, JE Faber
Molecular Ecology 7 (12), 1757-1769, 1998
1751998
Genetic diversity of invasive species in the Great Lakes versus their Eurasian source populations: insights for risk analysis
CA Stepien, JE Brown, ME Neilson, MA Tumeo
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 25 (4), 1043-1060, 2005
1652005
Escape from the Ponto-Caspian: Evolution and biogeography of the neogobiin species flock (Gobiidae: Teleostei).
ME Neilson, CA Stepien
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 52, 84-102, 2009
162*2009
Molecules and Morphology in Studies of Fish Evolution
CA Stepien, TD Kocher
Molecular systematics of fishes, 1-11, 1997
1611997
Invasion genetics of the Eurasian round goby in North America: tracing sources and spread patterns
JE Brown, CA Stepien
Molecular Ecology 18 (1), 64-79, 2009
1482009
Environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding assays to detect invasive invertebrate species in the Great Lakes
KE Klymus, NT Marshall, CA Stepien
PloS one 12 (5), e0177643, 2017
1462017
Genetic variability and phylogeographical patterns of a nonindigenous species invasion: a comparison of exotic vs. native zebra and quagga mussel populations
CA Stepien, CD Taylor, KA Dabrowska
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15 (2), 314-328, 2001
1312001
Behavioral effects of electrical stimulation of the brain.
LS Demski, CA Stepien
Fish Neurobiology 2 (Ch. 10), 341-346, 1983
1281983
Population genetic divergence and geographic patterns from DNA sequences: examples from marine and freshwater fishes
CA Stepien
Evolution and the Aquatic Ecosystem Defining Unique Units in Population …, 1995
1171995
Ancient divisions, recent expansions: Phylogeography and population genetics of the round goby Apollonia melanostoma across Eurasia.
JE Brown, CA Stepien
Molecular Ecology 17 (11), 2598-2615, 2008
1162008
Tandemly repeated sequences in the mitochondrial DNA control region and phylogeography of the pike-perches Stizostedion
JE Faber, CA Stepien
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 10 (3), 310-323, 1998
1161998
Nocturnal attacks on nearshore fishes by crustacean zooplankton
CA Stepien, RC Brusca
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 25, 91-105, 1985
1131985
Genetic divergence and connectivity among river and reef spawning groups of walleye (Sander vitreus vitreus) in Lake Erie
RM Strange, CA Stepien
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64 (3), 437-448, 2007
1062007
Evolution and phylogeography of the tubenose goby genus Proterorhinus (Gobiidae: Teleostei): evidence for new cryptic species
ME Neilson, CA Stepien
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96 (3), 664-684, 2009
1052009
Signatures of vicariance, postglacial dispersal, and spawning philopatry: Population genetics and biogeography of the walleye Sander vitreus.
CA Stepien, DJ Murphy, RN Lohner, OJ Sepulveda-Villet, AE Haponski
Molecular Ecology 18, 3411-3428, 2009
102*2009
Genetic divergence in antitropical pelagic marine fishes (Trachurus, Merluccius, and Scomber) between North and South America
CA Stepien, RH Rosenblatt
Copeia, 586-598, 1996
981996
Corrigendum to:“Evolution and biogeography of an emerging quasispecies: Diversity patterns of the fish Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia virus (VHSv)
LR Pierce, CA Stepien
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63, 327-347, 2012
94*2012
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