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Elspeth A McLennan
Elspeth A McLennan
Postdoctoral Research Associate | The University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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From reference genomes to population genomics: comparing three reference-aligned reduced-representation sequencing pipelines in two wildlife species
B Wright, KA Farquharson, EA McLennan, K Belov, CJ Hogg, CE Grueber
BMC genomics 20 (1), 1-10, 2019
532019
A demonstration of conservation genomics for threatened species management
BR Wright, KA Farquharson, EA McLennan, K Belov, CJ Hogg, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 20 (6), 1526-1541, 2020
452020
Pedigree reconstruction using molecular data reveals an early warning sign of gene diversity loss in an island population of Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii)
EA McLennan, RM Gooley, P Wise, K Belov, CJ Hogg, CE Grueber
Conservation Genetics 19 (2), 439-450, 2018
362018
Complex problems need detailed solutions: Harnessing multiple data types to inform genetic management in the wild
CE Grueber, S Fox, EA McLennan, RM Gooley, D Pemberton, CJ Hogg, ...
Evolutionary Applications 12 (2), 280-291, 2019
332019
Immunization strategies producing a humoral IgG immune response against devil facial tumor disease in the majority of Tasmanian devils destined for wild release
R Pye, A Patchett, E McLennan, R Thomson, S Carver, S Fox, ...
Frontiers in Immunology 9, 259, 2018
322018
Too much of a good thing? Finding the most informative genetic data set to answer conservation questions
EA McLennan, BR Wright, K Belov, CJ Hogg, CE Grueber
Molecular Ecology Resources 19 (3), 659-671, 2019
242019
Mixing genetically differentiated populations successfully boosts diversity of an endangered carnivore
EA McLennan, CE Grueber, P Wise, K Belov, CJ Hogg
Animal Conservation 23 (6), 700-712, 2020
222020
Preserving the demographic and genetic integrity of a single source population during multiple translocations
CJ Hogg, EA McLennan, P Wise, AV Lee, D Pemberton, S Fox, K Belov, ...
Biological Conservation 241, 108318, 2020
132020
Assessing evolutionary processes over time in a conservation breeding program: A combined approach using molecular data, simulations and pedigree analysis
BR Wright, CJ Hogg, EA McLennan, K Belov, CE Grueber
Biodiversity and Conservation 30 (4), 1011-1029, 2021
82021
Metapopulation management of a critically endangered marsupial in the age of genomics
KA Farquharson, EA McLennan, A Wayne, M Smith, E Peel, K Belov, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 31, e01869, 2021
32021
Investigating inbreeding in a free-ranging, captive population of an Australian marsupial
SR Mulvena, JC Pierson, KA Farquharson, EA McLennan, CJ Hogg, ...
Conservation Genetics 21 (4), 665-675, 2020
22020
Genetic analysis of scat samples to inform conservation of the Tasmanian devil
CE Grueber, R Chong, RM Gooley, EA McLennan, VR Barrs, K Belov, ...
Australian Zoologist 40 (3), 492-504, 2020
12020
Restoring faith in conservation action: Maintaining wild genetic diversity through the Tasmanian devil insurance program
KA Farquharson, EA McLennan, Y Cheng, L Alexander, S Fox, AV Lee, ...
Iscience 25 (7), 104474, 2022
2022
DNA metabarcoding reveals a broad dietary range for Tasmanian devils introduced to a naive ecosystem
EA McLennan, P Wise, AV Lee, CE Grueber, K Belov, CJ Hogg
Ecology and Evolution 12 (5), e8936, 2022
2022
How much is enough? Sampling intensity influences estimates of reproductive variance in an introduced population
EA McLennan, K Belov, CJ Hogg, CE Grueber
Ecological Applications 32 (1), e02462, 2022
2022
To move or not to move? A genetic toolkit for monitoring assisted colonisations
EA McLennan
University of Sydney, 2020
2020
Genetic tools: maintaining genetic diversity in the Tasmanian devil metapopulation
CE Grueber, EA McLennan
Saving the Tasmanian Devil: Recovery through Science-based Management, 55, 2019
2019
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