Philippe Henry
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In situ population structure and ex situ representation of the endangered Amur tiger
P Henry, D Miquelle, T Sugimoto, DR McCullough, A Caccone, ...
Molecular ecology 18 (15), 3173-3184, 2009
On the origin of the invasive olives (Olea europaea L., Oleaceae)
G Besnard, P Henry, L Wille, D Cooke, E Chapuis
Heredity 99 (6), 608-619, 2007
Reduced genetic diversity, increased isolation and multiple introductions of invasive giant hogweed in the western Swiss Alps
P Henry, G Le Lay, J Goudet, A Guisan, Š Jahodová, G Besnard
Molecular ecology 18 (13), 2819-2831, 2009
Genetic evidence for restricted dispersal along continuous altitudinal gradients in a climate change-sensitive mammal: the American pika
P Henry, Z Sim, MA Russello
Plos one 7 (6), e39077, 2012
Obtaining high-quality DNA from elusive small mammals using low-tech hair snares
P Henry, MA Russello
European Journal of Wildlife Research 57 (3), 429-435, 2011
Adaptive divergence along environmental gradients in a climate‐change‐sensitive mammal
P Henry, MA Russello
Ecology and Evolution 3 (11), 3906-3917, 2013
Novel genomic resources for a climate change sensitive mammal: characterization of the American pika transcriptome
MA Lemay, P Henry, CT Lamb, KM Robson, MA Russello
BMC genomics 14 (1), 1-12, 2013
A noninvasive hair sampling technique to obtain high quality DNA from elusive small mammals
P Henry, A Henry, MA Russello
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e2791, 2011
Alternatives to genetic affinity as a context for within-species response to climate
AB Smith, EA Beever, AE Kessler, AN Johnston, C Ray, CW Epps, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (10), 787-794, 2019
Variation in habitat characteristics of American pikas along an elevation gradient at their northern range margin
P Henry, A Henry, MA Russello
Northwest Science 86 (4), 346-350, 2012
Genome-wide analyses reveal clustering in Cannabis cultivars: the ancient trilogy of a panacea
P Henry
PeerJ PrePrints 3, e1935, 2015
Cannabis chemovar classification: terpenes hyper-classes and targeted genetic markers for accurate discrimination of flavours and effects
P Henry
PeerJ Preprints 5, e3307, 2017
A single nucleotide polymorphism assay sheds light on the extent and distribution of genetic diversity, population structure and functional basis of key traits in cultivated …
P Henry, S Khatodia, K Kapoor, B Gonzales, A Middleton, K Hong, ...
Journal of cannabis research 2 (1), 1-11, 2020
A set of primers for plastid indels and nuclear microsatellites in the invasive plant Heracleum mantegazzianum (Apiaceae) and their transferability to Heracleum sphondylium
P Henry, J Provan, J Goudet, A Guisan, Š JahodovÁ, G Besnard
Molecular ecology resources 8 (1), 161-163, 2008
On the origin of the invasive olives
G Besnard, P Henry, L Wille, D Cooke, E Chapuis
Olea europaea, 608-19, 0
The genetic basis of cone serotiny in Pinus contorta as a function of mixed-severity and stand-replacement fire regimes
M Feduck, P Henry, R Winder, D Dunn, R Alfaro, B Hawkes
BioRxiv, 023267, 2015
Identification of phenotypic characteristics in three chemotype categories in the genus Cannabis
D Jin, P Henry, J Shan, J Chen
HortScience 56 (4), 481-490, 2021
Predicting chemovar cluster and variety verification in vegetative cannabis accessions using targeted single nucleotide polymorphisms
OC Henry P, Hilyard A, Johnson S
PeerJ Preprints 6 (e27442v1),, 2018
Can microsatellite data allow identification of oleaster Plio-Pleistocene refuge zones in the Mediterranean Basin?
G Besnard, L Wille, P Henry, E Chapuis, PA Christin
Journal of Biogeography 34, 559-560, 2007
Single nucleotide polymorphisms shed light on correlations between environmental vairalbe and adaptive genetic divergence in Chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta)
X Deng, P Henry
bioRxiv, 001974, 2014
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