Publications

Publications

UNDER REVIEW/PREPRINTS

21. Athrey G, Faust N, Hieke ASC, Brisbin IL. Effective population sizes and adaptive genetic variation in a captive bird population. In Review. View Preprint

20. Hieke ASC, Peer S.M, Athrey G. Circadian disruption and divergent microbiota acquisition under extended photoperiods in chicken. In Review. View Preprint

19. Klerks P, Athrey G, Leberg L. Slow response to selection for increased heat tolerance in a small fish species, with the response decreased by a population bottleneck. In Review

18. Peer SM,  Athrey G. Selection for growth traits, and age differentiate woody breast specific gene expression in chicken. In Review. View Preprint

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

17. Levi J, Tamborindeguy C, Athrey G, Scheuring DC, Koym JW; Miller, Jr JC. Transcriptome comparison of Russet Norkotah and its Clonal Selection, TXNS278 (2018) BMC Research Notes 11:160

16. Athrey G, Cosme L, Takken W, Slotman MA. Differential expression of olfactory genes in the antennae and maxillary palps between the anthropophilic Anopheles gambiae & the zoophilic Anopheles quadriannulatus, (2017). BMC Genomics. 18 (1), 751

15. Deitz K, Athrey G, Fontaine M, Jawara M, Matias A, Slotman M. Genome-wide divergence in the west-African malaria vector Anopheles melas. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics(2016)

14. Athrey G, Lance RF and Leberg PL. Using genealogical mapping and genetic neighborhood sizes to quantify dispersal distances in the neotropical passerine, the Black-capped Vireo. PLoS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0140115

13. Hodges T, Cosme L, Athrey G, Pathikonda S, Takken W, and Slotman M. Species-specific chemosensory gene expression in the olfactory organs of the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae.  BMC Genomics 2014, 15:1089 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-15-1089

12. Hodges TK, Athrey G, Deitz K, Overgaard H, Matias A, Caccone A, Slotman MA. Large fluctuation in effective populations of malaria vectors during vector control cycle. Evolutionary Applications. DOI: 10.1111/eva.12094

11. Walter ST, Carloss M, Athrey G, Hess T and Leberg PL. Brown Pelican Colony Initiation Attempts: Translocations and Decoys. 2013 Waterbirds 36(1):53-62

10. Walter ST, Carloss M, Athrey G, Hess T and Leberg PL. Influences of brown pelican demography on population structure and colony size,  2013 The Condor. 115(4):788-799

9. Athrey, G, Hodges TK, Reddy MR, Overgaard HJ, Matias A, Abaga S, Caccone A, Slotman MA. Vector control has a large impact on the effective population size of Malaria mosquitoes. PLoS Genetics, 8(12): e1003097. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1003097

8. Deitz KC, Athrey G, Reddy MR, Overgaard HJ, Abrahan Arnez, Moises Atue, Simon Abaga, Adalgisa Caccone, Michel A. Slotman. (2012) Genetic isolation within the malaria mosquito Anopheles melas. Molecular Ecology, 21(18): 4498-4513

7. Athrey G, Lance RF and Leberg PL. (2012) How far is too close? Restricted, sex- biased dispersal in the black-capped vireo, Molecular Ecology, 21(17): 4359-4370

6. Athrey, G, Barr KR, Lance RF and Leberg PL (2012). Birds in space & time: Genetic changes accompanying anthropogenic habitat fragmentation in the endangered black- capped vireo (Vireo atricapilla), Evolutionary Applications, 5(7): 540-55

5. Barr KR, Athrey G, Lindsay DL, Lance RF, Hayden T, Tweddale S and Leberg PL. Missing the forest for the gene trees: Conservation genetics is more than identification of distinct population segments. The Auk 128(4): 798-794

4. Athrey G, Lindsay DL, Lance RF and Leberg PL. (2011) Crumbling Diversity: A century of genetic decline in an endangered songbird, Conservation Genetics. 12:1345-1355.

3. Fike JA, Athrey G, Bowman R, Leberg PL, and Rhodes Jr., OE. Development of 25 polymorphic microsatellite markers for the red-cockaded woodpecker (Picoides borealis). Conservation Genetics, 2009, 10:1021-1023

2. Barr KR, Lindsay DL, Athrey G, Lance RF, Hayden T, Tweddale S and Leberg PL. 2008. Population structure in an endangered songbird: maintenance of genetic differentiation despite high vagility and significant population recovery. Molecular Ecology 17:3628-3639.

1. Athrey G, Leberg PL, and Klerks PL. 2007. Laboratory culturing and selection reduce genetic variation in the least killifish, Heterandria formosa. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 9(26): 1916-1922

BOOK CHAPTERS

2. Leberg P, Athrey G, and Barr K. Genetic changes accompanying anthropogenic habitat changes in the Black-capped Vireo , in Conservation and the genetics of populations, 3rd Edition. Edited by Allendorf F, Aitken S, and Luikart G.

1. Leberg PL, Athrey G, Barr KR, Lindsay DL, and Lance RF (2010) Implications of landscape alteration for the conservation of genetic diversity of endangered species. In “Molecular insights into natural resource conservation and management” (J.A. DeWoody, J.W. Bickham, C. Michler, K. Nichols, O.E. Rhodes, and K. Woeste, eds.), Cambridge University Press.

 

PUBLISHED PROCEEDINGS & THESIS

8. Athrey G et al., (2012) The genetic basis of adaptation to human hosts in the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 87(6s)

7. Hodges TK, Athrey G et al., (2012) The expression of olfaction genes in Anopheles gambiae in relation to human host preference. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 87(5s)

6. Athrey G et al., (2011) The impacts of anti-vector interventions on effective population sizes of African malaria vectors. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 85(4): 280

5. Athrey G et al., (2010) The molecular evolution of olfaction genes in the Anopheles gambiae complex. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 83(5): 230-230

4. Athrey G. Birds in Time & Space: Patterns and processes of spatiotemporal genetics in two endangered songbirds. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Louisiana at Lafayette. December 2009.

3. Athrey G., 2004. MS Thesis: Effects of selection for resistance to cadmium on genetic variation in the least Killifish Heterandria formosa. University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

2. Athrey, G., Honors Thesis: Rajashekhara, V., Vilas, P., D’Souza, M., Roopa M, Vishwanathan, G. 2001. A dermatoglyphic study of the mysterious Handigodu Syndrome. St. Josephs College, Bangalore University.

1. Athrey. G, (2000). Epidemiology of Kyasanur Forest Disease: A zoonotic hemorrhagic fever. Bangalore University.