Michael McCartney, PhD

Biology and Marine Biology University of North Carolina, Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, United States 
Speciation, Hybrid Zones, Population Genetics, Molecular Eoclogy
"Michael McCartney"
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Yund PO, Tilburg CE, McCartney MA. (2015) Across-shelf distribution of blue mussel larvae in the northern Gulf of Maine: Consequences for population connectivity and a species range boundary Royal Society Open Science. 2
Wang VH, McCartney MA, Scharf FS. (2015) Population genetic structure of southern flounder inferred from multilocus DNA profiles Marine and Coastal Fisheries. 7: 220-232
Klibansky LK, McCartney MA. (2014) Conspecific sperm precedence is a reproductive barrier between free-spawning marine mussels in the northwest atlantic mytilus hybrid zone. Plos One. 9: e108433
Lima TG, McCartney MA. (2013) Adaptive evolution of M3 lysin--a candidate gamete recognition protein in the Mytilus edulis species complex. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 30: 2688-98
Mccartney MA, Burton ML, Lima TG. (2013) Mitochondrial DNA differentiation between populations of black sea bass (Centropristis striata) across Cape Hatteras, North Carolina (USA) Journal of Biogeography. 40: 1386-1398
Tilburg CE, McCartney MA, Yund PO. (2012) Across-shelf transport of bivalve larvae: can the interface between a coastal current and inshore waters act as an ecological barrier to larval dispersal? Plos One. 7: e48960
Foster NL, Paris CB, Kool JT, et al. (2012) Connectivity of Caribbean coral populations: complementary insights from empirical and modelled gene flow. Molecular Ecology. 21: 1143-57
Barreto FS, Tomas CR, McCartney MA. (2011) AFLP fingerprinting shows that a single Prymnesium parvum harmful algal bloom consists of multiple clones. The Journal of Heredity. 102: 747-52
McCartney MA, Lima TG. (2011) Evolutionary consequences of introgression at M7 lysin, a gamete recognition locus, following secondary contact between blue mussel species. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 51: 474-84
McCartney MA, Barreto FS. (2010) A mitochondrial DNA analysis of the species status of the endemic Waccamaw darter, Etheostoma Perlongum Copeia. 103-113
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