Janice Cooke, Ph.D.

Biological Sciences University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
"Janice Cooke"
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McAllister C, Cullingham C, Peery R, et al. (2022) Evidence of coevolution between lineages and their corresponding hosts, lodgepole pine and jack pine. Phytopathology
McAllister CH, Fortier CE, St Onge KR, et al. (2018) A novel application of RNase H2-dependent quantitative PCR for detection and quantification of Grosmannia clavigera, a mountain pine beetle fungal symbiont, in environmental samples. Tree Physiology
Ojeda Alayon DI, Tsui CK, Feau N, et al. (2017) Genetic and genomic evidence of niche partitioning and adaptive radiation in mountain pine beetle fungal symbionts. Molecular Ecology
Li Y, Song Y, Xu B, et al. (2017) Poplar CBF1 functions specifically in an integrated cold regulatory network. Tree Physiology. 37: 98-115
Holliday JA, Aitken SN, Cooke JE, et al. (2016) Advances in ecological genomics in forest trees and applications to genetic resources conservation and breeding. Molecular Ecology
Hamilton JA, El Kayal W, Hart AT, et al. (2016) The joint influence of photoperiod and temperature during growth cessation and development of dormancy in white spruce (Picea glauca). Tree Physiology
Cullingham CI, Cooke JE, Coltman DW. (2014) Cross-species outlier detection reveals different evolutionary pressures between sister species. The New Phytologist. 204: 215-29
Treu R, Karst J, Randall M, et al. (2014) Decline of ectomycorrhizal fungi following a mountain pine beetle epidemic. Ecology. 95: 1096-103
Hall DE, Yuen MM, Jancsik S, et al. (2013) Transcriptome resources and functional characterization of monoterpene synthases for two host species of the mountain pine beetle, lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) and jack pine (Pinus banksiana). Bmc Plant Biology. 13: 80
Roe AD, James PM, Rice AV, et al. (2011) Spatial community structure of mountain pine beetle fungal symbionts across a latitudinal gradient. Microbial Ecology. 62: 347-60
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