Craig R. Primmer, PhD

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University of Turku, Åbo, Finland 
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Debes PV, Piavchenko N, Ruokolainen A, et al. (2021) Polygenic and major-locus contributions to sexual maturation timing in Atlantic salmon. Molecular Ecology
Debes PV, Piavchenko N, Ruokolainen A, et al. (2021) Polygenic and major-locus contributions to sexual maturation timing in Atlantic salmon. Molecular Ecology
Andrew SC, Primmer CR, Debes PV, et al. (2021) The Atlantic salmon whole blood transcriptome and how it relates to major locus maturation genotypes and other tissues. Marine Genomics. 56: 100809
House AH, Debes PV, Kurko J, et al. (2021) Sex-specific lipid profiles in the muscle of Atlantic salmon juveniles. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part D, Genomics & Proteomics. 38: 100810
Aykanat T, Rasmussen M, Ozerov M, et al. (2020) Life-history genomic regions explain differences in Atlantic salmon marine diet specialization. The Journal of Animal Ecology. 89: 2677-2691
Zueva KJ, Lumme J, Veselov AE, et al. (2020) Population genomics reveals repeated signals of adaptive divergence in northeastern European Atlantic salmon. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
O'Sullivan RJ, Aykanat T, Johnston SE, et al. (2020) Captive-bred Atlantic salmon released into the wild have fewer offspring than wild-bred fish and decrease population productivity. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20201671
Bertolotti AC, Layer RM, Gundappa MK, et al. (2020) The structural variation landscape in 492 Atlantic salmon genomes. Nature Communications. 11: 5176
Verta JP, Debes PV, Piavchenko N, et al. (2020) Cis-regulatory differences in isoform expression associate with life history strategy variation in Atlantic salmon. Plos Genetics. 16: e1009055
Debes PV, Piavchenko N, Erkinaro J, et al. (2020) Genetic growth potential, rather than phenotypic size, predicts migration phenotype in Atlantic salmon. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20200867
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