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Michael Ashley (Mike)
Great Basin Rangelands Research
Geneticist

Phone: (775) 784-6057 ext. 247
Fax: (775) 784-1712
Room 27
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920 VALLEY ROAD
RENO, NV, 89512


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Use of wheat SSRs to assess genetic diversity in medusahead (Taenintherum caput-medusae) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rector, B.G., Ashley, M.C., Gaskin, J.F., Longland, W.S. 2013. Use of wheat SSRs to assess genetic diversity in medusahead (Taenintherum caput-medusae). Invasive Plant Science and Management. 6:352-361.
Utility of microsatellite markers from the bread wheat genetic map in the genome of medusahead rye (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) - (Abstract Only)
Rector, B.G., Ashley, M.C., Longland, W.S. 2011. Utility of microsatellite markers from the bread wheat genetic map in the genome of medusahead rye (Taeniatherum caput-medusae). International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds. 13:1.
Assessing Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) genetic diversity and population structure using RAPD and microsatellite molecular markers - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ashley, M.C., Longland, W.S. 2009. Assessing Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) Genetic Diversity and Population Structure Using Rapd and Microsatellite Molecular Markers. Western North American Naturalist. 61(1):63-74.
Microsatellite evidence of facultative outcrossing in cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum): Implications for the evolution of invasiveness - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ashley, M.C., Longland, W.S. 2007. Microsatellite evidence of facultative outcrossing in cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum): Implications for the evolution of invasiveness. Plant Species Biology. 22:197-204.
Microsatellite evidence of heterozygosity in cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum): implications for the evolution of invasiveness - (Abstract Only) - (31-Aug-06)
Are Cheatgrass Populations Locally Adapted? - (Abstract Only)
Longland, W.S., Ashley, M.C. 2004. Are cheatgrass populations locally adapted [abstract]? Society for Range Management, Salt Lake City, Utah, January 24-30, 2004. 57:44
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