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|2012||Schreier, A. D., J. Rodzen, S. Ireland, and B. May. Genetic techniques inform conservation aquaculture of the endangered Kootenai River white sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus. Endang. Species Res. 16:65-75 (pdf).|
Baerwald, M., J. Petersen, R. Hedrick, G. Schisler, and B. May. A major effect quantitative trait locus for whirling disease resistance identified in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Heredity. 106:920-926 (pdf).
Finger, A. J., E. C. Anderson, M. R. Stephens, and B. P. May. Application of a method for estimating effective population size and admixture using diagnostic SNPs: Implications for conservation of threatened Paiute cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii seleniris) in Silver King Creek, California. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 68:1369-1386 (pdf).
Fisch, K.M., J.M. Henderson, R.S. Burton, and B. May. Population genetics and conservation implications for the endangered delta smelt in the San Francisco Bay-Delta. Conservation Genetics. 12:1421-1434 (pdf)
Floyd, C. H., D.H. Van Vuren, K.R. Crooks, K.L. Jones, D.K. Garcelon, N.M. Belfiore, J.W. Dragoo, and B. May. Genetic differentiation of island spotted skunks, Spilogale gracilis amphiala. J. Mam. 92(1):148-158 (pdf).
McEachern, M.B., D.H. Van Vuren, C.H. Floyd, B. May, and J.M. Eadie.Bottlenecks and rescue effects in a fluctuating population of golden-mantled ground squirrels (Spermophilus lateralis). Con. Gen. 12:285-296 (pdf).
Mejia , O., L. G. Herrera, B. May, R. A. Medellin,and J. J. Flores-Martinez. Effective population size dynamics of Myotis vivesi during the Pleistocene and Holocene climatic changes. Acta Chiropterologica. 13:33-40 (pdf).
Schreier, A.D., D. Gille, B. Mahardja, and B. May. Neutral markers confirm the octoploid origin and reveal spontaneous polyploidy in white sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus. J. Appl. Ichthiol. 27:24-33(pdf).
Wintzer, A.P., M.H. Meek, P.B. Moyle, and B. May. Ecological insights into the polyp stage of non-native hydrozoans in the San Francisco Estuary. Aquat. Ecol. 45:151–161 (pdf).
Floyd, C. H., J.J. Flores Martínez, , L.G. Herrera, O. Mejia, and B. May. Conserving the endangered Mexican fishing bat (Myotis vivesi): genetic variation indicates extensive gene flow among islands in the Gulf of California. Cons. Gen. 11:813-822 (pdf).
Israel, J.A. and B. May. Indirect estimates of breeding population size in the polyploid green sturgeon (Acipenser medirostris). Mol. Ecol. 19:1058-1070 (pdf)
Israel, J.A. and B. May. Characterization and evaluation of polymorphic microsatellite markers in the anadromous fish Spirinchus thaleichthys. Cons. Gen. Res. online. (pdf)
Petersen, J.L., J.M. Ibarra, and B. May. Nuclear and mtDNA lineage diversity in wild and cultured Pacific lion-paw scallop (Baja California Peninsula, Mexico). Mar. Biol. 157:2751–2767 (pdf).
Petersen, J.L., J.M. Ibarra, and B. May. Thirty-seven additional microsatellite loci in the Pacific lion-paw scallop (Nodipecten subnodosus) and cross-amplification in other Pectinids. Cons. Gen. Res. 1:101-105. (pdf)
Chen, Y., S. Reid, and B. May. Genetic relationships among tui chub populations in the Cow Head and surrounding basins of the Northwestern Great Basin. Cons. Gen. 10:101-114 (pdf).
Finger, A.J., M.R. Stephens, N.W. Clipperton and B. May. Six diagnostic SNP markers for detecting introgression between cutthroat and rainbow trout. Mol. Ecol. Res. 9:759-763 (pdf).
Fisch, K., J.L. Petersen, M.R. Baerwald, and B.P. May. Characterization of 24 microsatellite loci in delta smelt, Hypomesus transpacificus, and their cross-species amplification in two other smelt species of the Osmeridae family. Mol. Ecol. Res. 9:405-408 (pdf).
Israel, J.A., K.J. Bando, E.C. Anderson, and B. May. Polyploid microsatellite data reveal stock complexity among estuarine North American green sturgeon (Acipenser medirostris). Can. J. Fish. Aqu. Sci. 66:1491-1504 (pdf).
Meek, M., M. Baerwald, A. Wintzer, and B. May. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in two non-native hydromedusae in the San Francisco Estuary: Maeotias marginata and Moerisia sp. Cons. Gen. Res. 1:205-208 (pdf).
Simmons, R. E., P. Lavretsky, and B. May. Introgressive Hybridization of Redband Trout in the Upper McCloud River Watershed. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 139:201-213 (pdf).
Stephens, M.R., N.W. Clipperton, and B.P. May. Subspecies-informative TaqMan probes for evaluating introgression between native golden trout and introduced rainbow trout. Mol. Ecol. Res. 9:339-343 (pdf).
Baerwald, M., V. Bien, F. Feyrer, and B. May. Distribution of genetically differentiated splittail populations during nonspawning season. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 137:1335-1345 (pdf).
Baerwald, M., A. Welsh, R. Hedrick, and B. May. Discovery of genes implicated in whirling disease infection and resistance in rainbow trout using genome-wide expression profiling. BMC Genomics 9:37 (pdf).
Börk, K.S, A. Drauch, J. Israel, J. Pedroia, J. Rodzen, and B. May. Development of new microsatellite primers for green and white sturgeon. Cons. Gen. 9:973-979 (pdf)
Petersen, J. L., A. M. Ibarra, J. L. Ramirez, and B. May. An induced mass spawn of the hermaphroditic lion-paw scallop: Genetic assignment of maternal and paternal parentage. J. Hered. 99:337-348 (pdf).
Schwartz, R.S. and B. May. Genetic Evaluation of Isolated Populations for Use in Reintroductions Reveals Significant Genetic Bottlenecks in Potential Stocks of Sacramento Perch. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 137:1764-1777 (pdf).
Welsh, A., T. Hill, H. Quinlan, C. Robinson, and B. May. Genetic assessment of lake sturgeon population structure in the Great Lakes. N. Am. J. Fish. Man. 28:572–591 (pdf).
Williamson, K.S., R. Phillips, and B. May. Characterization of a chromosomal rearrangement responsible for producing "apparent" XY-female fall Chinook salmon in California. J. Hered. 99:483-490 (pdf).
Baerwald, M.R., V. Bien, F. Feyrer, and B. May. Genetic analysis reveals two distinct Sacramento splittail (Pogonichthyes macrolepidotus) populations. Cons. Gen. 8:159-167. (pdf).
Chen, Y., S. Parmenter, and B. May. Introgression between Lahontan and endangered Owens tui chubs, and apparent discovery of a new tui chub in the Owens Valley, California. Conserv. Genet. 8:221-238. (pdf).
Feyrer, F., J. Hobbs, M. Baerwald, T. Sommer, Q. Yin, K. Clark, B. May and W. Bennett. Otolith microchemistry provides information complementary to microsatellite DNA for migratory fish. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 136:469-476. (pdf)
Hull, J.M., D. Tufts, J. Topinka, B. May, and H. Ernest. Development of 19 microsatellite loci for Swainson's hawks (Buteo swainsoni) and other buteos. Molecular Ecology Notes 7:346-349. (pdf).
Lindley, S.T., R. Schick, E. Mora, P. Adams, J. Anderson, S. Greene, C. Hanson, B. May, D. McEwan, R. MacFarlane, C. Swanson, and J. Williams. Framework for Assessing Viability of Threatened and Endangered Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Basin . San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. Vol. 5, Issue 1 (1-26), Article 4. (pdf).
Meredith, E. P., J.A. Rodzen, J. D. Banks, R. Schaefer, H. B. Ernest, T. R. Famula and B. P. May. Microsatellite analysis of three subspecies of Elk (Cervus elaphus) in California. Journal of Mammalogy 88(3):801-808. (pdf)
Papa R., J.A. Israel, F. N. Marzan, and B. May. Assessment of genetic variation among reproductive ecotypes of Klamath River steelhead reveals differentiation associated with different run-timings. J. Appl. Icthy. (pdf)
Williamson, K. and B. May. Mitochondrial DNA Haplotype Diversity in Apparent XY Female Fall-Run and Spring-Run Chinook Salmon in California's Central Valley. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 136: 1480-1486 (pdf).
Cordes, J.F., M.R. Stephens, M.A. Blumberg, and B. May. Identifying introgressive hybridization in native populations of California Golden Trout based on molecular markers. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 135:110-128. (pdf).
Ibarra, A.M., J.L. Petersen, T.R. Famula, and B. May. Characterization of 35 microsatellite loci in the Pacific lion-paw scallop (Nodipecten subnodosus) and their cross-species amplification in four other scallops of the Pectinidae family. Mol. Ecol. Notes. 6:153-156 (pdf).
Lindley, S.T., R.S. Schick, A. Agrawal, M. Goslin, T. Pearson, E. Mora, J. J. Anderson, B.P. May, S. Greene, C. Hanson, A. Low, D. McEwan, R.B. MacFarlane, C. Swanson and J.G. Williams. Historical population structure of Central Valley steelhead and its alteration by dams. SF Est. Wtshd. Sci. 4(1): Article 3 (pdf).
Sprowles, A.E., M.R. Stephens, N.W. Clipperton, and B.P. May. Fishing for SNPs: a targeted locus approach for Single Nucleotide Polymorphism discovery in rainbow trout. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 135:1698-1721. (pdf).
Tranah, G.J., and B. P. May. Patterns of Intra- and Interspecies Genetic Diversity in Klamath River Basin Suckers. Trans. Am Fish. Soc. 135:306–316 (pdf).
Welsh, A. and B. May. Development and standardization of disomic microsatellite markers for lake sturgeon genetic studies. J. Appl. Icthy. (pdf).
Bayard de Volo, S., RT Reynolds, JR Topinka, B. May and MF Antolin. Population genetic structure and the utility of muliti-locus genotyping for mark-recapture studies of northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis). J. Raptor Res. 39:286-295 (pdf).
Cordes, J.F., D.L. Perkins, H.L.Kincaid, and B. May. Genetic analysis of fish genomes and populations: allozyme variation within and among Atlantic salmon from downeast rivers of Maine. J. Fish Biology. 67:104-117 (pdf).
Floyd, C.H., D. Van Vuren, and B. May. Marmots on Great Basin mountaintops: using genetics to test an ecological paradigm. Ecology. 86: 2145-2153 (pdf).
Flores Martínez, J.J., C. H. Floyd, L.G. Herrera, and B. May. Genetic variation and population size of the endangered fishing bat, Myotis vivesi, in Isla Partida. Pp. 187-192 in Contribuciones Mastozoológicas en Homenaje a Bernardo Villa (V. Sánchez-Cordero y R. A. Medellín, eds.). Instituto de Biología, UNAM; Instituto de Ecología, UNAM; CONABIO. México. 706 pp.
Leunda, P.M., R. Miranda, J. Madoz, S. Parmenter, Y. Chen, and B. May. Threatened fishes of the world: Siphateles bicolor snyderi (Miller, 1973) (Cyprinidae). Env. Biol. Fish. 73:109-110 (pdf).
Rodrigue, K.L., B.P. May, T.R. Famula, and M.E. Delany. Meiotic instability of chicken ultra-long telomeres and mapping of a 2.8 megabase array to the W-sex chromosome. Chrom. Res.13:581-591 (pdf).
Teglas, M.B., B. May, P.R. Crosbie, M.R. Stephens, and W.M. Boyce. Genetic structure of the tick Ornithodoros coriaceus (Acarina: Argasidae) in California, Nevada and Oregon. J. Med. Entomol. 42:247-253.
Williamson, K. and B. May. Homogenization of fall-run chinook salmon gene pools in the Central Valley of California, USA. N. Am. J. Fish. Man. 25:993–1009 (pdf).
Williamson, K. and B. May. Inheritance studies implicate a genetic mechanism for apparent sex-reversal in Chinook salmon. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 134:1253–1261 (pdf).
Baerwald, M.R. and B. May. Characterization of microsatellite loci for five members of the minnow family Cyprinidae found in the Sacramento - San Joaquin Delta. Mol. Ecol. Notes. 4:385-390 (pdf).
Cordes, J.F., J.A. Israel and B. May. Conservation of Paiute cutthroat: the genetic legacy of population transplants in an endemic California salmonid. CA Fish and Game. 90-101-118 (pdf).
Flores-Martínez, J.J., C. Floyd, L.G. Herrera, and B. May. Genetic variation and population size in the fishing bat, Myotis vivesi, in Isla Partida. In: Homenaje a Bernardo Villa, Eds., R. Medellín and V. Sánchez-Cordero. Publ. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Pp. 185-190 (pdf).
Hogan, Z.S., P.B. Moyle, B. May, M.J. Vander Zanden and I.G. Baird. Imperiled Giants of the Mekong: Ecologists struggle to understand—and protect—Southeast Asia's large migratory catfish. Am. Sci. 92:228-237(pdf).
Israel, J.A., J.F. Cordes, M.A. Blumberg, and B. May. Geographic patterns of genetic differentiation among collections of green sturgeon. N. Am. J. Fish. Man. 24:922-931(pdf).
Moen, T., J.J. Agresti, A. Cnaani, H. Moses, T.R. Famula, G. Hulata, G.A.E. Gall, B. May. A genome scan of a four-way tilapia cross supports the existence of a quantitative trait locus for cold tolerance on linkage group 23. Aqua. Res. 35:893-904(pdf).
Rodriguez, F., S. LaPatra, S. Williams, T. Famula and B. May. Genetic markers associated with resistance to infectious hematopoietic necrosis in rainbow and steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) backcrosses. Aquaculture 241:93-115 (pdf).
Rodzen, J.A., T. Famula, and B. May. Estimation of parentage and relatedness in the polyploid white sturgeon Acipenser transmontanus using a dominant marker approach for duplicated microsatellite loci. Aquaculture 232:165-182(pdf).
Schwartz, R.S. and B. May. Characterization of microsatellite loci in Sacramento perch (Archoplites interruptus). Mol. Ecol. Notes. 4:694-697(pdf).
Stadelmann, B., L.G. Herrera, J. Arroyo-Cabrales, J.J. Flores-Martínez, B.P. May, and M. Ruedi. Molecular systematics of the fishing bat Myotis (Pizonyz) vivesi. J. Mammo. 85:133–139(pdf).
Topinka, J.R., A.J. Donovan, and B. May. Characterization of microsatellite loci in Kearney’s bluestar (Amsonia kearneyana) and cross-amplification in other Amsonia species. Mol. Ecol. Notes. 4:710-712 (pdf).
Topinka, J.R. and B. May. Development of polymorphic microsatellite loci in the northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis atricapillus) and cross-amplification in other raptor species. Cons. Gen. 5:861-864(pdf).
Tranah, G.J., D.E. Campton and B. May. Genetic evidence for hybridization of pallid and shovelnose sturgeon. J. Hered. 95:474-480 (pdf).
Beyer, J. and B. May. A graph-theoretic approach to the partition of individuals into full-sib families. Mol. Ecol. 12:2243-2250 (pdf).
Ernest, H., W.M. Boyce, V. Bleich, B. May, S. Stiver, and S. Torres. Genetic structure of mountain lion (Puma concolor) populations in California. Cons. Gen. 3:353-366 (pdf).
May, B. Allozyme variation. In: Population Genetics: Principles and Applications for Fisheries Scientists, Ed. E. Hallerman. Amer. Fish. Soc. Pp. 23-36.
McQuown, E., C.C. Krueger, H.L. Kincaid, G.A.E. Gall, and B. May. Genetic comparison of lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) populations: differentiation based on allelic frequencies at seven microsatellite loci. J. Great Lakes Res. 29:3-13 (pdf).
Tranah, G.J., M.J. Bagley, J.J. Agresti, and B. May. Development of codominant markers for identifying species hybrids. Cons. Gen. 4:537-541 (pdf).
Welsh, A.B., M. Blumberg, and B. May. Identification of microsatellite loci in lake sturgeon, Acipenser fulvescens, and their variability in green sturgeon, A. medirostris. Mol. Ecol. Notes 3:47-55 (pdf).
Whitehead, A., S.L. Anderson, K.M Kuivila, J.L. Roach, and B. May. Genetic variation among interconnected populations of Catostomus occidentalis: implications for distinguishing impacts of contaminants from biogeographic structuring. Mol. Ecol. 12: 2817-2833 (pdf).
Blankenship, S.M., B. May, and D. Hedgecock. Evolution of a perfect simple-sequence-repeat locus in the context of its flanking sequence. Mol. Biol. Evol. 19:1943-1951 (pdf).
Hogan, Z. S. and B. May. Twenty-seven new microsatellites for the migratory Asian catfish family Pangasiidae. Mol. Ecol. Notes. 2:38-41 (pdf).
McQuown, E., G.A.E. Gall, and B. May. Characterization and inheritance of six microsatellite loci in lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens). Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 131:299-307.
Meredith, E.P. and B. May. Microsatellite loci in the Lahontan tui chub, Gila biocolor obesa, and their utililization in other chub species. Mol. Ecol. Notes. 2:156-158 (pdf).
Rodzen, J.A. and B. May. Inheritance of microsatellite loci in the white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus). Genome 45:1064-1076 (pdf).
Smith, C.T., R.J. Nelson, S. Pollard, E. Rubridge, S.J. McKay, J. Rodzen, B. May, and B. Koop. Population genetic analysis of white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) in the Fraser River. J. Appl. Icthy. 18:307-312 (pdf).
Williamson, K.S., J.F. Cordes, and B. May. Characterization of microsatellite loci in Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and cross-species amplification in other salmonids. Mol. Ecol. Notes. 2:17-19 (pdf).
Williamson, K. and B. May. Incidence of phenotypic female chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) positive for the Y-chromosome specific marker OtY1 in the Central Valley. J. Aquat. An. Health. 176-183. (pdf).
Zhu, B., F. Zhou, H. Cao, Z. Shao, N. Zhao, B. May, and J. Chang. Analysis of genetic variation in the Chinese sturgeon, Acipenser sinensis: estimating the contribution of artificially produced larvae in a wild population J. Appl. Icthy. 18:301-306 (pdf).
Bagley, M.J., S. Anderson, and B. May. Choice of methodology for assessing genetic impacts of environmental stressors: polymorphism and reproducibility of RAPD and AFLP fingerprints. Ecotoxicology 10:239-244 (pdf).
Jenneckens I., J.-N. Meyer, G. Hörstgen-Schwark, B. May, L. Debus, A. Ludwig. A fixed allele at microsatellite LS-39 exhibiting species-specificity for black caviar producer Acipenser stellatus. J. Appl. Icthyol. 17:39-42 (pdf).
Pyatskowit, J., C.C. Krueger, H.L. Kincaid, and B. May. Inheritance of microsatellite loci in the polyploid derivative lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens). Genome 44:185-191 (pdf).
Tranah, G.J., J.J. Agresti, and B. May. New microsatellite loci for suckers (Catostomidae): primer homology in Catostomus, Chasmistes, and Deltistes. Mol. Ecol. Notes 1:55-60 (pdf).
Tranah, G.J., H.L. Kincaid, C.C. Krueger, D.E. Campton, B. May. Reproductive isolation in sympatric populations of pallid and shovelnose sturgeon. N. Am. J. Fish. Man. 21:367-373. (pdf).
Agresti, J.J., S. Seki, A. Cnaani, S. Poompuang, E. M. Hallerman, N. Umiel, G. Hulata, G. A.E. Gall, and B. May. Breeding new strains of tilapia: development of an artificial center of origin and linkage map based on AFLP and microsatellite loci. Aquaculture. 185:43-56 (pdf).
Belfiore, N.M. and B. May. Variable microsatellite loci in red swamp crayfish, Procambarus clarkii, and their characterization in other crayfish taxa. Mol. Ecol. 12:2231-2234 (pdf).
Ernest, H.B., M.C.T. Penedo, B. May, M. Syvanen, and W.M. Boyce. Molecular tracking of mountain lions in the Yosemite Valley region in California: genetic analysis using microsatellites and fecal DNA. Mol. Ecol. 9: 433-441. (pdf).
Ludwig, A., B. May, L. Debus, and I, Jenneckens. Heteroplasmy in the mtDNA Control Region of Sturgeon (Acipenser, Huso and Scaphirhynchus) Genetics 156:1933-1947 (pdf).
McQuown, E.C., B.L. Sloss, R.J. Sheehan, J. Rodzen, G. Tranah, and B. May. Microsatellite analysis of genetic variation in sturgeon: new primer sequences for Scaphirynchus and Acipenser. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 129:1380-1388 (pdf).
Gavin, T.A., P.W. Sherman, E. Yensen, and B. May. Taxonomic status of Spermophilus brunneus and S. b. endemicus with comparison to other western spermophilus. J. Mam. 80:156-168.
Seki, S, J.J. Agresti, , G.A.E. Gall, N. Taniguchi, and B. May. AFLP analysis of genetic diversity in three populations of ayu (Plecoglossus altivelis). Fish. Sci. 65:888-899.
Gavin, T.A., R.T. Reynolds, S.M. Joy, and B. May. Genetic evidence for low frequency of extra-pair fertilizations in Northern goshawks. Condor. 100:556-560 (pdf).
May, B. Starch gel electrophoresis of allozymes. In: Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations: A Practical Approach. 2nd Ed. A.R. Hoelzel, ed. Oxford Univ. Press. Pp. 1-28 and 371-378.
May, B. Book Review. Molecular Systematics of Fishes, T.D. Kocher and C.A. Stepiens, eds. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 127:857-858
Rodzen, J., J.J. Agresti, G. Tranah, and B. May. Agarose overlays allow simplified staining of polyacrylamide gels. Biotechniques. 25:584.
May, B., T.A. Gavin, P.W. Sherman, and T.M. Korves. Characterization of microsatellite loci in the Northern Idaho ground squirrel, Spermophilus brunneus Mol. Ecol. 6:399-400 (pdf).
May, B., C.C. Krueger, and H.L. Kincaid. Genetic variation at microsatellite loci in sturgeon: primer sequence homology in Acipenser and Scaphirhynchus. Can. J. Fish. & Aquat. Sci. 54: 1542-1547 (pdf).
Legge, J.T., R. Roush, B. May, R. DeSalle, and A. Vogler. Genetic criteria for establishing evolutionarily significant units in Cryan's buckmoth. Cons. Biol. 10(1):85-98 (pdf).
Marsden, J.E., A. Spidle, and B. May. Review of genetic studies of Dreissena spp. Amer. Zool. 36:259-270 (pdf).
Mills, E.L., G. Rosenberg, A.P. Spidle, M. Ludyanskiy, Y. Pligin, and B. May. A review of the biology and ecology of the quagga mussel (Dreissena bugensis): a second species of freshwater dreissenid introduced to North America. Submitted to Amer. Zool. 36: 271-286.
Marsden, J. E., A. Spidle, and B. May. Genetic similarity among zebra mussel poulations within North America and within Europe. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 52:836-847 (pdf).
Perkins, D.L., J. Fitzsimons, J.E. Marsden, C.C. Krueger, and B. May. Differences in reproduction among hatchery strains of lake trout at eight spawning areas in Lake Ontario: genetic evidence from mixed-stock analysis. J. Great Lakes Res. 21:364-374.
Spidle, A.P., E.L. Mills, and B. May. Absence of naturally occurring hybridization between the quagga mussel (Dreissena bugensis) and the zebra mussel (D. polymorpha). Can. J. Zool. . 73:400-403 (pdf).
Spidle, A.P., E.L. Mills, and B. May. Differential response to changes in salinity and temperature in the quagga and zebra mussels (Dreissena bugensis Andrusov and D. polymorpha Pallas). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 52:2108-2119 (pdf).
Aiken, S.G., L.L. Consaul, A. Spidle, and B. May. Allozyme and morphological observations on Festuca hyperborea, compared with F. baffinensis and F. brachyphylla (Poaceae) from the Canadian Arctic. Nord. J. Bot. 14(2): 137-143.
Grewe, P.M., C.C. Krueger, C.F. Aquadro, and B. May. Stability of allozyme and mitochondrial DNA markers among three year classes of lake trout propagated from Seneca Lake, New York. N. Amer. J. Fish. Man. 14:467-474. (pdf).
Grewe, P.M., C.C. Krueger, J.E. Marsden, C.F. Aquadro, and B. May. Hatchery origins of naturally produced lake trout fry captured in Lake Ontario: temporal and spatial variability based on allozyme and mitochondrial DNA data. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 123:309-320.
Krueger, C.C., D.L. Perkins, R.J. Everett, D.R. Schreiner, and B. May. Genetic variation in naturalized rainbow trout (steelhead) from Minnesota tributaries to Lake Superior. J. Great Lakes Res. 20:299-316
Spidle, A.P., J.E. Marsden, and B. May. Identification of the Great Lakes quagga mussel as Dreissena bugensis from the Dnieper River, Ukraine, on the basis of allozyme variation. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51:1485-1489 (pdf).
Grewe, P.M., C.C. Krueger, C.F. Aquadro, E. Bermingham, H. L. Kincaid, and B. May. Mitochodrial DNA variation among lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) strains stocked into Lake Ontario. Can J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 50:2397-2403.
Kincaid, H. L. , C.C. Krueger, and B. May. Genetic variation among remnant groups of the Green Lake strain of lake trout: preservation of the remnant Green Lake gene pool. N. Am. J. Fish. Man. 13:318-325. (pdf).
Marsden, J.E., C.C. Krueger, P.M. Grewe, H.L. Kincaid, and B. May. Genetic comparison of naturally-spawned and artificially-propagated Lake Ontario lake trout fry: evaluation of a stocking strategy for species rehabilitation. N. Am. J. Fish. Man. 13:304-317. (pdf).
May, B. and P. M. Grewe. Fate of maternal mtDNA following Cobalt60 inactivation of maternal nuclear DNA in unfertilized salmonid eggs. Genome 36:725-730.
May, B. and K. R. Johnson. Composite linkage map of salmonid fishes (Salvelinus, Salmo, and Oncorhynchus). In: Genetic Maps : Locus Maps of Complex Genomes. O'Brien, S.J. (ed.) Cold Spring Harbor. 4:309-317.
Perkins, D.L., C.C. Krueger, and B. May. Heritage brook trout in Northeastern USA: genetic variability within and among populations. Trans. Am Fish. Soc.122:515-532.
Royse, D.J. and B. May. Multilocus enzyme electrophoresis for the genetic analysis of edible mushrooms. In: Genetics and Breeding of Edible Mushrooms. Chang, S.T., J.A. Buswell, and P.G. Miles (ed.). pp. 225-247. Gordon and Breach Sci. Pub. Phil.
May, B. Starch gel electrophoresis of allozymes. In: Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations: A Practical Approach. A.R. Hoelzel, ed. Oxford Univ. Press. pp. 1-27 and 271-280.
May, B. and J.E. Marsden. Genetic identification and implications of another invasive species of Dreissenid mussel in the Great Lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aqua. Sci. 49:1501-1506.
Staub, J.E., L.D. Knerr, D.J.Holder, and B. May. Phylogenetic relationships among several African Cucumis species. Can. J. Botany. 70:509-517.
St. Leger, R.J. Allee, L.L, May. B, Staples, R.C and Roberts, D.W. World-wide distribution of genetic variation among isolates of Beauveria spp. Mycol. Res. 96:1007-1015.
St. Leger, R. J., B. May, L. Allee, D. C. Frank, R. C. Staples, and D. W. Roberts. Genetic differences in allozymes and in formation of infection structures among isolates of the Entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae. J. Inv. Path. 60:89-101.
Bowden, C.G., D.J. Royse, and B. May. Linkage relationships of allozyme encoding loci in shitake, Lentinula edodes. Genome 34:652-657.
Gavin, T.A., R.A. Howard, and B. May. Geographic variation in allozyme frequencies in red-winged blackbirds: the California conundrum. Auk 108:602-611 (pdf).
Krueger, C.C., and B. May. Ecological and Genetic Effects of Salmonid Introductions in North America. Can. J. Fish. & Aq. Sci. 48:1-12.
Kukuk, P.F. and B. May. Colony dynamics in a primitively eusocial halictine bee, Lasioglossum (Dialictus) zephyrus, (Hymenoptera: halictidae). Insectes Sociaux 38:171-189.
Dixon, P. M., and B. May. Genetic diversity and population structure of a rare plant, Northern Monkshood (Aconitum noveboracense). In:Ecosystem Management: rare species and significant habitats. Proc. 15th Natural Areas Meeting. NY state museum bulletin No. 471. pp. 167-175.
Hajek, A.E., R.A. Humber, J.S. Elkinton, B. May, S.R. Walsh, and J.C. Silver. Allozyme and RFLP analyses confirm Entomophaga maimaiga responsible for 1989 epizootics in North American gypsy moth populations. PNAS. 87:6979-6982 (pdf).
Kukuk, P.F. and B. May. Diploid males in a primitively eusocial bee, Lasioglossum (Dialictus) zephyrum (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Evolution 44:1522-1528 (pdf).
May, B. and C.C. Krueger. Use of allozyme data for population analysis. In: Electrophoretic and Isoelectric Focussing Techniques in Fisheries Management. D.H. Whitmore, (ed.). pp. 157-172. CRC Press.
Royse, D.J., and B. May. Interspecific allozyme variation among Morchella spp. and its inferences for systematics within the genus. Biochem. Syst. & Ecol. 18:475-479 (pdf).