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Joshua Mackie
Joshua Mackie
Adjunct, San Jose State University
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Invasion patterns inferred from cytochrome oxidase I sequences in three bryozoans, Bugula neritina, Watersipora subtorquata, and Watersipora arcuata
JA Mackie, MJ Keough, L Christidis
Marine Biology 149, 285-295, 2006
1312006
Ecology of cryptic invasions: latitudinal segregation among Watersipora (Bryozoa) species
JA Mackie, JA Darling, JB Geller
Scientific Reports 2 (1), 871, 2012
822012
Cryptic species in the cosmopolitan Bugula neritina complex (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata)
KH Fehlauer‐Ale, JA Mackie, GE Lim‐Fong, E Ale, MR Pie, ...
Zoologica Scripta 43 (2), 193-205, 2014
812014
Recent discoveries of alien Watersipora (Bryozoa) in Western Europe, with redescriptions of species
JS Ryland, H De Blauwe, R Lord, JA Mackie
Zootaxa 2093 (1), 43-59, 2009
612009
Declining metal levels at Foundry Cove (Hudson River, New York): response to localized dredging of contaminated sediments
JA Mackie, SM Natali, JS Levinton, SA Sanudo-Wilhelmy
Environmental Pollution 149 (2), 141-148, 2007
302007
The distribution and unexpected genetic diversity of the non-indigenous annelid Ficopomatus enigmaticus in California.
A Yee, J Mackie, B Pernet
Aquatic Invasions 14 (2), 2019
282019
Mitochondrial evidence of geographical isolation within Bugula dentata Lamouroux
JA Mackie, MJ Keough, JA Norman, L Christidis
Bryozoan studies, 199-206, 2001
262001
Changing spots: pseudocryptic speciation in the North Pacific dorid nudibranch Diaulula sandiegensis (Cooper, 1863)(Gastropoda: Heterobranchia)
T Lindsay, J Kelly, A Chichvarkhin, S Craig, H Kajihara, J Mackie, ...
Journal of molluscan Studies 82 (4), 564-574, 2016
222016
Latitudinal diversity relationships of fiddler crabs: biogeographic differences united by temperature
J Levinton, J Mackie
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (9), 1050-1059, 2013
222013
Evaluating adaptive processes for conservation and management of estuarine and coastal resources
CL Richards, JP Wares, JA Mackie
Estuaries and Coasts 33, 805-810, 2010
212010
LOSS OF EVOLUTIONARY RESISTANCE BY THE OLIGOCHAETE LIMNODRILUS HOFFMEISTERI TO A TOXIC SUBSTANCE—COST OR GENE FLOW?
JA Mackie, JS Levinton, R Przeslawski, D DeLambert, W Wallace
Evolution 64 (1), 152-165, 2010
212010
Artificial structure density predicts fouling community diversity on settlement panels
K Susick, C Scianni, JA Mackie
Biological Invasions 22 (2), 271-292, 2020
172020
A non-native bryozoan creates novel substrate on the mudflats in San Francisco Bay
CJ Zabin, R Obernolte, JA Mackie, J Gentry, L Harris, J Geller
Marine Ecology Progress Series 412, 129-139, 2010
162010
Rapid and reliable inference of mitochondrial phylogroups among Watersipora species, an invasive group of ship-fouling species (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata)
ÁJ Láruson, SF Craig, KJ Messer, JA Mackie
Conservation Genetics Resources 4, 617-619, 2012
132012
Experimental parameters affecting quantitative PCR of Artemia franciscana: a model for a marine zooplanktonic target in natural plankton samples
JA Mackie, J Geller
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 8 (7), 337-347, 2010
102010
A molecular analysis of bryozoan dispersal
JA Mackie
University of Melbourne, Department of Zoology, 2003
102003
Using Digital Organism Evolutionary Software in the Classroom
L Appleton, J Mackie
The American Biology Teacher 81 (1), 12-17, 2019
62019
High-throughput Illumina sequencing and microsatellite design in Watersipora (Bryozoa), a complex of invasive species
JA Mackie, D Wostenberg, M Doan, SF Craig, JA Darling
Conservation genetics resources 6, 1053-1055, 2014
62014
Distribution of highly invasive bryozoans belonging to a cryptic species complex in the genus Watersipora determined by DNA sequences
J Geller, JA Mackie, G Schroeder, D Gerhinger
Moss Landing, CA 95039, 2008
52008
Kent Susick, Christopher Scianni &
JA Mackie
Biol Invasions 22, 271-292, 2020
2020
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