Recent Publications


109. Glenn, T. C., R. Nilsen, T. J. Kieran, J. W. Finger Jr., T. W. Pierson, K. E. Bentley, S. L. Hoffberg, S. Louha, F. J. García-De León, M. A. D. R. Portilla, K. D. Reed, J. L. Anderson, J. K. Meece, S. E. Aggrey, R. Rekaya, M. Alabady, M. Bélanger, K. Winker, and B. C. Faircloth. Adapterama I: Universal stubs and primers for thousands of dual-indexed Illumina libraries (iTru & iNext). Accepted pending revisions at Molecular Ecology Resources


108. Platt, R. N. II, B. C. Faircloth, K. A. M. Sullivan, T. J. Kieran, T. C. Glenn, M. W. Vandewege, T. E. Lee Jr., R. J. Baker, R. D. Stevens, and D. A. Ray. 2017. Conflicting evolutionary histories of mitochondrial and nuclear genomes in New World Myotis bats. Systematic Biology.


107. McKee, A. M., J. C. Maerz, L. L. Smith, and T. C. Glenn. 2017. Habitat predictors of genetic diversity for two sympatric wetland-breeding amphibian species. Ecology and Evolution 00:1-13, doi: 10.1002/ece3.3203.


106.Crowshaw, D., J. Pechmann, and T.C. Glenn. 2017. Multiple paternity benefits female marbled salamanders by increasing survival of progeny to metamorphosis. Ethology 123:307-315. doi: 10.1111/eth.12597.


105. Finger, J.W., M.T. Hamilton, T.C. Glenn, and T.D. Tuberville. 2017. Dietary selenomethionine administration in the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis): hepatic and renal Se accumulation and its effects on growth and body condition. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 72(3):439-448. doi 10.1007/s00244-017-0370-4. PMID: 28150020.


104. Gilbert, G.S., J. O. Ballesteros, C. A. Barrios-Rodriguez, E. F. Bonadies, M. L. Cedeño-Sánchez, N. J. Fossatti-Caballero, M. M. Trejos-Rodríguez, J. M. Pérez-Suñiga, K. S. Holub-Young, L. A.W. Henn, J. B. Thompson, C. G. García-López, A. C. Romo, D. C. Johnston, P. P. Barrick, F. A. Jordan, S. Hershcovich, N. Russo, J. D. Sánchez, J. P. Fábrega, R. Lumpkin, H. A. McWilliams, K. N. Chester, A. C. Burgos, E. B. Wong, J. H. Diab, S. A Renteria, J. T. Harrower, D. A. Hooton, T. C. Glenn, B. C. Faircloth, S. P. Hubbell. 2016. Use of sonic tomography to detect and quantify wood decay in living trees. Applications in Plant Sciences 4(12):1600060. doi: 10.3732/apps.1600060.


103. Finger, J.W., M.T. Hamilton, B.S. Metts, T.C. Glenn, and T.D. Tuberville. 2016. Chronic ingestion of coal fly-ash contaminated prey and its effects on health and immune parameters in juvenile American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis). Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 71(3): 347-358. doi:10.1007/s00244-016-0301-9.


102. Scholpa, N. E., R. T. Kolli, M. Moore, R. D. Arnold, T. C. Glenn, and B. S. Cummings. 2016. Nephrotoxicity of epigenetic inhibitors used for the treatment of cancer. Chem Biol Interact 258:21-29. doi: 10.1016/j.cbi.2016.08.010.


101. Rothrock, M. J. Jr., A. Locatelli, T. C. Glenn, J. C. Thomas, A. C. Caudill, B. H. Kiepper, and K. L. Hiett. 2016. Assessing the microbiomes of scalder and chiller tank waters throughout a typical commercial poultry processing day. Poultry Science 95(10):2372-2382. doi:10.3382/ps/pew234.


100. Harvey, M. G., B. T. Smith, T. C. Glenn, B. C. Faircloth, and R. T. Brumfield. 2016. Sequence capture versus restriction site associated DNA sequencing for shallow systematics. Systematic Biology 65(5):910-24. doi: 10.1093/sysbio/syw036.


99. Glenn, T. C., B. C. Faircloth. 2016. Capturing Darwin’s dream. Molecular Ecology Resources 16(5):1051-1058. doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12574, PMID: 27543423.


98. Hoffberg, S. L., T. J. Kieran, J. M. Catchen, A. Devault, B. C. Faircloth, R. Mauricio, T. C. Glenn. 2016. RADcap: Sequence capture of dual-digest RADseq libraries with identifiable duplicates and reduced missing data. Molecular Ecology Resources 16(5):1264-1278. doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12566, PMID:27416967.


97. Meiklejohn, K. A., B. C. Faircloth, T. C. Glenn, R. T. Kimball, and E. L. Braun. 2016. Analysis of a rapid evolutionary radiation using ultraconserved elements (UCEs): Evidence for a bias in some multispecies coalescent methods. Systematic Biology 65(4): 612-627. doi: 10.1093/sysbio/syw014.


96. Pierson, T. W., A. M. McKee, S. F. Spear, J. C. Maerz, C. Camp, and T. C. Glenn. 2016. Detection of an enigmatic plethodontid salamander using environmental DNA. Copeia 104(1):78-82.


95. Wong, K., T. I. Shaw, A. Oladiende, T. C. Glenn, B. Oakley, and M. Molina. 2016. Rapid microbiome changes in freshly deposited cow feces under field conditions. Frontiers in Microbiology 7:500 doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00500.


94. Bréchignac, F., D. Oughton, C. Mays, L. Barnthouse, J. C. Beasley, A. Bonisoli-Alquati, C. Bradshaw, J. Brown, S. Dray, S. Geras’kin, T. Glenn, K. Higley, K. Ishida, L. Kapustka, U. Kautsky, W. Kuhne, M. Lynch, T. Mappes, S. Mihok, A. Moller, C. Mothersill, T. Mousseau, J. Otaki, E. Pryakhin, O. E. Rhodes Jr., B. Salbu, P. Strand, H. Tsukada. 2016. Addressing ecological effects of radiation on populations and ecosystems to improve protection of the environment against radiation: Agreed statements from a Consensus Symposium. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 158-159:21-29.


93. Hosner, P. A., B. C. Faircloth, T. C. Glenn, E. L. Braun, and R. T. Kimball. 2016. Avoiding missing data biases in phylogenomic inference: an empirical study in the landfowl (Aves: Galliformes). Molecular Biology and Evolution 33(4):1110-1125. doi:10.1093/molbev/msv347, online 12/29/2015.


92. Wang, J., L. Tang, T. Glenn, and J.S. Wang. 2016. Aflatoxin B1 induced compositional changes in gut microbial communities of male F344 rats. Toxicological Sciences. 150(1): 54-63. doi:10.1093/toxsci/kfv259 online 25 Nov. 2015.


91. Edwards, S. V., Z. Xi, A. Janke, B. C. Faircloth, J. E. McCormack, T. C. Glenn, B. Zhong, S. Wu, E. M. Lemmon, A. R. Lemmon, A. D. Leaché, L. Liu, and C. C. Davis. 2016. Implementing and testing the multispecies coalescent model: A valuable paradigm for phylogenomics. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 94:447-462. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2015.10.027 online 27 Oct. 2015


90. Rushmore, J., A. B. Allison, E. E. Edwards, U. Bagal, S. Altizer, M. R. Cranfield, T. C. Glenn, H. Liu, A. Mudakikwa, L. Mugisha, M. N. Muller, R. M. Stumpf, M. E. Thompson, R. Wrangham, and M. J. Yabsley. 2015. Screening wild and semi-free ranging great apes for putative sexually transmitted diseases: Evidence of Trichomonadidae infections. American Journal of Primatology 77(10):1075-1085. doi: 10.1002/ajp.22442 online 26 June 2015 PMID: 26119266


89. McKee, A. M., D. L. Calhoun, W. J. Barichivich, S. F. Spear, C. S. Goldberg, and T. C. Glenn. 2015. Assessment of environmental DNA for detecting presence of imperiled aquatic amphibian species in isolated wetlands. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 6(2):498-510. doi: 10.3996/042014-JFWM-034


88. Graham, C. F., T. C. Glenn, A. McArthur, D. R. Boreham, T. Kieran, S. Lance, R. G. Manzon, J. A. Martino, T. Pierson, S. M. Rogers, J. Wilson, C. M. Somers. 2015. Impacts of degraded DNA on Restriction enzyme Associated DNA Sequencing (RADSeq). Molecular Ecology Resources 15:1304-1315. doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12404


87. Stephens, J.D., W.L. Rogers, K. Heyduk, J. M. Cruse-Sanders, R. O. Determann, T. C. Glenn, and R. L. Malmberg. 2015. Resolving phylogenetic relationships of the recently radiated carnivorous plant genus Sarracenia using target enrichment. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 85:76-87.


86. Crawford, N. G., J. F. Parham, A. B. Sellas, B. C. Faircloth, T. C. Glenn, T. J. Papenfuss, and W. B. Simison. 2015. A phylogenomic analysis of turtles. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 83:250-257. doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2014.10.021.


85. Temple, B. L., J. W. Finger Jr., C. A. Jones, J. D. Gabbard, T. Jelesijevic, E. W. Uhl, R. J. Hogan, T. C. Glenn, and S. M. Tompkins. 2015. In ovo and in vitro susceptibility of American alligators to avian influenza virus infection. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 51(1):187-198. doi: 10.7589/2013-12-321.


84. Green, R.E., E.L. Braun, J. Armstrong, D. Earl, N. Nguyen, G. Hickey, M.W. Vandewege, J.A. St John, S. Capella-Gutiérrez, T.A. Castoe, C. Kern, M.K. Fujita, J.C. Opazo, J. Jurka, K.K. Kojima, J. Caballero, R.M. Hubley, A.F. Smit, R.N. Platt, C.A. Lavoie, M.P. Ramakodi, J.W. Finger Jr., A. Suh, S.R. Isberg, L. Miles, A.Y. Chong, W. Jaratlerdsiri, J. Gongora, C. Moran, A. Iriarte, J. McCormack, S.C. Burgess, S.V. Edwards, E. Lyons, C. Williams, M. Breen, J.T. Howard, C.R Gresham, D.G. Peterson, J. Schmitz, D.D. Pollock, D. Haussler, E.W. Triplett, G. Zhang, N. Irie, E.D. Jarvis, C.A. Brochu, C.J. Schmidt, F.M. McCarthy, B.C. Faircloth, F.G. Hoffmann, T.C. Glenn, T. Gabaldón, B. Paten, and D.A Ray. 2014. Three crocodilian genomes reveal ancestral patterns of evolution among archosaurs. Science 346:1335. DOI: 10.1126/science.1254449.


83. Jarvis, E.D., S. Mirarab, A.J. Aberer, B. Li, P. Houde, C. Li, S.Y.W. Ho, B.C. Faircloth, B. Nabholz, J.T. Howard, A. Suh, C.C. Weber, R.R. da Fonseca, J. Li, F. Zhang, H. Li, L. Zhou, N. Narula, L. Liu, G. Ganapathy, B. Boussau, M.S. Bayzid, V. Zavidovych, S. Subramanian, T. Gabaldón, S. Capella-Gutiérrez, J. Huerta-Cepas, B. Rekepalli, K. Munch, M. Schierup, B. Lindow, W.C. Warren, D. Ray, R.E. Green, M. Bruford, X. Zhan, A. Dixon, S. Li, N. Li, Y. Huang, E.P. Derryberry, M. F. Bertelsen, F.H. Sheldon, R.T. Brumfield, C.V. Mello, P.V. Lovell, M. Wirthlin, M.P.C. Schneider, F. Prosdocimi, J.A. Samaniego, A.M.V. Velazquez, A. Alfaro-Núñez, P.F. Campos, B. Petersen, T. Sicheritz-Ponten, A. Pas, T. Bailey, P. Scofield, M. Bunce, D.M. Lambert, Q. Zhou, P. Perelman, A.C. Driskell, B. Shapiro, Z. Xiong, Y. Zeng, S. Liu, Z. Li, B. Liu, K. Wu, J. Xiao, X. Yinqi, Q. Zheng, Y. Zhang, H. Yang, J. Wang, L. Smeds, F.E. Rheindt, M. Braun, J. Fjeldsa, L. Orlando, K. Barker, K. Andreas Jønsson, W. Johnson, K.-P. Koepfli, S. O'Brien, D. Haussler, O.A. Ryder, C. Rahbek, E. Willerslev, G.R. Graves, T.C. Glenn, J. McCormack, D. Burt, H. Ellegren, P. Alström, S.V. Edwards, A. Stamatakis, D.P. Mindell, J. Cracraft, E. L. Braun, T. Warnow, W. Jun, M.T.P. Gilbert, G. Zhang. 2014. Whole genome analyses resolve early branches in the tree of life of modern birds. Science 346:1320-1331. DOI: 10.1126/science.1253451


82. Jaratlerdsiri, W., J. Deakin, R. Godinez, X. Shan, D. G. Peterson, S. Marthey, E. Lyons, F. M. McCarthy, S. R. Isberg, D. P. Higgins, A. Y. Chong, J. St John, T. C. Glenn, D.A. Ray, and J. Gongora. 2014. Comparative genome analyses reveal distinct structural variation in the saltwater crocodile MHC. PLoS ONE 9(12):e114631. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0114631.


81. Smith, B. T., J. E. McCormack, A. M. Cuervo, M. Hickerson, A. Aleixo, C. D. Cadena, J. Pérez-Emán, C. W. Burney, X. Xia, M. G. Harvey, B. C. Faircloth, T. C. Glenn, E. P. Derryberry, J. Prejean, S. Fields, and R. T. Brumfield. 2014. The drivers of tropical speciation. Nature 515:406-409. (20 Nov., 2014) doi:10.1038/nature13687 (online 10 September 2014) PMID: 25209666.


80. Sun, K., K. A. Meiklejohn, B. Faircloth, T. Glenn, E. L. Braun, and R. T. Kimball. 2014. The evolution of peafowl and other taxa with ocelli (eyespots): a phylogenomic approach. Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281:20140823. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2014.0823.


79. Meiklejohn, K. A., M. J. Danielson, B. C. Faircloth, T. C. Glenn, E. L. Braun, and R. T. Kimball. 2014. Incongruence among different mitochondrial regions: A case study using complete mitogenomes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 78:314-323.


78. Kenney-Hunt, J., A. Lewandowski, T. C. Glenn, J. L. Glenn, O. V. Tsyusko, R. J. O’Neill, J. Brown, C. M. Ramsdell, Q. Nguyen, T. Phan, K. S. Shorter, M. J. Dewey, G. Szalai, P. B. Vrana, and M. R. Felder. 2014. A genetic map of Peromyscus with chromosomal assignment of linkage groups (a Peromyscus genetic map). Mammalian Genome 25(3-4):160-179. DOI: 10.1007/s00335-014-9500-8 PMID: 24445420.


77. Smith, B.T., M. G. Harvey, B. C. Faircloth, T. C. Glenn, and R. T. Brumfield. 2014. Target capture and massively parallel sequencing of ultraconserved elements (UCEs) for comparative studies at shallow evolutionary time scales. Systematic Biology 63(1):83-95. doi: 10.1093/sysbio/syt061.


76. Glenn, T. C., S. L. Lance, A. M. McKee, B. L. Webster, A. M. Emery, A. Zerlotini, G. Oliveira, D. Rollinson, and B. C. Faircloth. 2013. Significant variance in genetic diversity among populations of Schistosoma haematobium detected using microsatellite DNA loci from a genome-wide database. Parasites and Vectors 6:300. DOI: 10.1186/1756-3305-6-300.


75. Finger, J. W. Jr., A. L. Adams, P. C. Thompson, C. M. Shilton, G. P. Brown, C. Moran, L. G. Miles, T. C. Glenn, and S. R. Isberg. 2013. Using phytohemagglutinin to determine immune responsiveness in saltwater crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus). Australian Journal of Zoology 61:301-311. doi: 10.1071/ZO13041.


74. Weber, J. J., S. G. Weller, A. K. Sakai, O. V. Tsyusko, T. C. Glenn, C. A. Domínguez, F. E. Molina-Freaner, J. Fornoni, M. Tran, N. Nguyen, K. Nguyen, L.-K. Tran, G. Joice, and E. Harding. 2013. The role of inbreeding depression and mating system in the evolution of heterostyly. Evolution 67(8): 2309-2322. DOI: 10.1111/evo.12123.


73. Shaw, T., Z. Ruan, T. Glenn, and L. Liu. 2013. STRAW: Species Tree Analysis Web server. Nucleic Acids Research 41(WebServer Issue): W238-241. doi:10.1093/nar/gkt377 PMID: 23661681.


72. Wu, P., X. Wu, T.-X. Jiang, R. Elsey, B. L. Temple, S. J. Divers, T. C. Glenn, K. Yuan, M.-H. Chen, R. Widelitz, C.-M. Chuong. 2013. Specialized stem cell niche enables repetitive renewal of alligator teeth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 110(22):E2009-18. PMID: 23671090.


71. Schountz, T., T. Shaw, T. Glenn, H. Feldmann, and J. Prescott. 2013. Expression profiling of lymph node cells from deer mice infected with Andes Virus. BMC Immunology 14:18. doi:10.1186/1471-2172-14-18. PMID: 23570545.


70. McCormack, J. E., M. G. Harvey, B. C. Faircloth, N. G. Crawford, T. C. Glenn, and R. T. Brumfield. 2013. A phylogeny of birds based on over 1,500 loci collected by target enrichment and high-throughput sequencing. PLoS ONE 8(1): e54848. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0054848.


69. Shaw, T. I., A. Srivastava, W.-C. Chou, L. Liu, A. Hawkinson, T. C. Glenn, R. Adams, and T. Schountz. 2012. Transcriptome sequencing and annotation for the Jamaican fruit bat (Artibeus jamaicensis). PLoS ONE 7(11): e48472. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048472 PMID: 23166587.


68. Beal, M. A., T. C. Glenn, S. L. Lance, and C. M. Somers. 2012. Characterization of unstable microsatellites in mice: no evidence for germline mutation induction following gamma-radiation exposure. Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis 53(8): 599-607. PMID: 22930577 doi: 10.1002/em.21726.


67. Srivastava, A., K. Winker, T. I. Shaw, K. L. Jones, and T. C. Glenn. 2012. Transcriptome analysis of a North American songbird, Melospiza melodia. DNA Research 19(4): 325-33, PMID: 22645122, doi: 10.1093/dnares/dss015.


66. Crawford, N. G., B. C. Faircloth, J. E. McCormack, R. T. Brumfield, K. Winker and T. C. Glenn. 2012. More than 1000 ultraconserved elements provide evidence that turtles are the sister group of archosaurs. Biology Letters 8(5):783-6, PMID: 22593086. doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2012.0331.


65. Faircloth, B. C., J. E. McCormack, N. G. Crawford, M. G. Harvey, R. T. Brumfield, and T. C. Glenn. 2012. Ultraconserved elements anchor thousands of genetic markers for target enrichment spanning multiple evolutionary timescales. Systematic Biology 61(5):717-26. doi: 10.1093/sysbio/sys004, PMID: 22232343.


64. Faircloth, B. C., and T. C. Glenn. 2012. Not all sequence tags are created equal: Designing and validating sequence identification tags robust to indels. PLoS ONE 7(8):e42543, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0042543, PMID: 22900027.


63. Everhart, S. E., A. Askew, L. Seymour, T. C. Glenn, and H. Scherm. 2012. Spatial patterns of brown rot epidemics and development of microsatellite markers for analyzing fine-scale genetic structure of Monilinia fructicola populations within peach tree canopies. Online. Plant Health Progress. doi:10.1094/PHP-2012-0723-04-RS.


62. McCormack, J. E., B. C. Faircloth, N. G. Crawford, P. A. Gowaty, R. T. Brumfield, and T. C. Glenn. 2012. Ultraconserved elements are novel phylogenomic markers that resolve placental mammal phylogeny when combined with species tree analysis. Genome Research 22(4): 746-754. doi: 10.1101/gr.125864.111 PMCID: PMC3317156.


61. Beal, M. A., T. C. Glenn, and C. M Somers. 2012. Whole genome sequencing for quantifying germline mutation frequency in humans and model species: cautious optimism. Mutation Research: Reviews 750(2):96-106. PMID 22178956. doi:10.1016/j.mrrev.2011.11.002


60. St. John, J. A., E. L. Braun, S. R. Isberg, L. G. Miles, A. Y. Chong, J. Gongora, P. Dalzell, C. Moran, B. Bed’Hom, A. Abzhanov, S. C. Burgess, A. M. Cooksey, T. A. Castoe, N. G. Crawford, L. D. Densmore, J. C. Drew, S. V. Edwards, B. C. Faircloth, M. K. Fujita, M. J. Greenwold, F. G. Hoffmann, J. M. Howard, T. Iguchi, D. E. Janes, S. Y. Khan, S. Kohno, A.P. J. de Koning, S. L. Lance, F. M. McCarthy, J. E. McCormack, M. E. Merchant, D. G. Peterson, D. D. Pollock, N. Pourmand, B. J. Raney, K. A. Roessler, J. R. Sanford, R. H. Sawyer, C. J. Schmidt, E. W. Triplett, T. D. Tuberville, M. Venegas-Anaya, E. D. Jarvis, L. J. Guillette Jr., T. C. Glenn, R. E. Green, and D. A. Ray. 2012. Sequencing three crocodilian genomes to illuminate the evolution of archosaurs and amniotes. Genome Biology 13:415. [Highly Accessed].


59. Kusumi, K., R. J. Kulathinal, A. Abzhanov, S. Boissinot, N. G. Crawford, B. C. Faircloth, T. C. Glenn, D. E. Janes, J. B. Losos, D. B. Menke, S. Poe, T. J. Sanger, C. Schneider, J. Stapley, J. Wade, J. Wilson-Rawls. 2011. Developing a community-based genetic nomenclature for anole lizards. BMC Genomics 12:554. doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-554.


58. Alföldi, J., F. Di Palma, M. Grabherr, C. Williams, L. Kong, E. Mauceli, P. Russell, C. B. Lowe, R. E. Glor, J. D. Jaffe, D. A. Ray, S. Boissinot, A. M. Shedlock, C. Botka, T. A. Castoe, J. K. Colbourne, M. K. Fujita, R. G. Moreno, B. F. ten Hallers, D. Haussler, A. Heger, D. Heiman, D. E. Janes, J. Johnson, P. J. de Jong, M. Y. Koriabine, M. Lara, P. A. Novick, C. L. Organ, S. E. Peach, S. Poe, D. D. Pollock, K. de Queiroz, T. Sanger, S. Searle, J. D. Smith, Z. Smith, R. Swofford, J. Turner-Maier, J. Wade, S. Young, A. Zadissa, S. V. Edwards, T. C. Glenn, C. J. Schneider, J. B. Losos, E. S. Lander, M. Breen, C. P. Ponting, K. Lindblad-Toh. 2011. The genome of the green anole lizard and a comparative analysis with birds and mammals. Nature 477: 587-591. doi: 10.1038/nature10390.


57. Lopes, I. F., A. M. Tomasulo-Seccomandi, A. L. Bryan Jr., I. L. Brisbin Jr., T. C. Glenn, and S. N. Del Lama. 2011. Genetic status of the wood stork (Mycteria americana) from the southeastern United States and the Brazilian Pantanal as revealed by mitochondrial DNA analysis. Genetics and Molecular Research 10 (3): 1910-1922. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.4238/vol10-3gmr1217


56. Glenn, T. C. 2011. Field guide to next-generation DNA sequencers. Molecular Ecology Resources 11(5):759-769. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2011.03024.x


55. rapnell, D.W., J. L. Hamrick, K. C. Parker, K. W. Braungart, and T. C. Glenn. 2011. Evaluating the utility of microsatellites for investigations of autopolyploid taxa. Journal of Heredity 102(4): 473–478. doi:10.1093/jhered/esr045.


54. Ma, H., N. J. Kabengi, P. M. Bertsch, J. M. Unrine, T. C. Glenn, and P. L. Williams. 2011. Comparative phototoxicity of nanoparticulate ZnO and bulk ZnO to a free living nematode Caenorhabditis elegans: the importance of illumination mode and primary particle size. Environmental Pollution 159:1473-1480. doi: 10.1016/j.envpol.2011.03.013.


53. Tsyusko, O., T. Glenn, Y. Yi, G. Joice, K. Jones, K. Aizawa, D. Coughlin, J. Zimbrick, and T. Hinton. 2011. Differential genetic responses to ionizing irradiation in individual families of Japanese medaka, Oryzias latipes. Mutation Research - Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis 718(1-2): 18-23. DOI: 10.1016/j.mrgentox.2010.11.001.


52. Tuberville, T. D., T. M. Norton, B. J. Waffa, C. Hagen, and T. C. Glenn. 2011. Mating system in a gopher tortoise population established through multiple translocations: apparent advantage of prior residence. Biological Conservation 144(1): 175-183. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2010.08.012.


51. Miles, L. G., S. R. Isberg, P. C. Thomson, T. C. Glenn, S. L. Lance, and C. Moran. 2010. QTL mapping for two commercial traits in farmed saltwater crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus). Animal Genetics. 41(2): 142-149. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2052.2009.01978.x.


50. Dalzell, P., L. G. Miles, S. R. Isberg, T. C. Glenn, C. King, V. Murtagh, and C. Moran. 2009 [2010]. Standardized reference ideogram for physical mapping in the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus). Cytogenetic and Genome Research 127(2-4): 204-212. DOI: 10.1159/000293286 [available on-line March 2010, printed April 2010 & back-dated to a publication date of 2009].


49. Croshaw, D. A., M. B. Peters, and T. C. Glenn. 2009. Comparing the performance of analytical techniques for genetic parentage of half-sib progeny arrays. Genetics Research 91(5): 313-325. doi:10.1017/S0016672309990231.


48. Lance, S. L., T. D. Tuberville, L. Dueck, C. Holz-Schietinger, P. L. Trosclair III, R. M. Elsey, and T. C. Glenn. 2009. Multi-year multiple paternity and mate fidelity in the American alligator, Alligator mississippiensis. Molecular Ecology 18(21): 4508-4520. Cover Photo. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2009.04373.x.


47. Miles, L. G., S. R. Isberg, T. C. Glenn, S. L. Lance, P. Dalzell, P. C. Thomson, and C. Moran. 2009. A genetic linkage map for the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus). BMC Genomics 10:339. doi: 10.1186/1471-2164-10-339 [Highly Accessed, top 100 PubMedCentral, August 2009].


46. Miles, L. G., S. L. Lance, S. R. Isberg, C. Moran, and T. C. Glenn. 2009. Cross-species amplification of microsatellites in crocodilians: assessment and applications for the future. Conservation Genetics 10:935-954. (DOI 10.1007/s10592-008-9601-6, online in 2008).


45. Ma, H., P. M. Bertsch, T. C. Glenn, N. J. Kabengi, and P. L. Williams. 2009. Bioavailability and toxicity of manufactured zinc oxide nanoparticles in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28(6):1324-1330. DOI: 10.1897/08-262.1.


44. Ma, H., T. C. Glenn, C. H. Jagoe, K. L. Jones, and P. L. Williams. 2009. A transgenic strain of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans as a biomonitor for heavy metal contamination. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28(6):1311-1318. DOI: 10.1897/08-496.1.


43. Duffie, C. V., T. C. Glenn, F. H. Vargas, and P. Parker. 2009. Genetic structure among breeding colonies of the Galápagos endemic flightless cormorant (Phalacrocorax harrisi). Molecular Ecology 18(10):2103-2111.


42. Grus, W., G. Graves, and T. C. Glenn. 2009. Geographic variation in the mitochondrial control region of Black-throated Blue Warblers. The Auk 126(1):198-210.


41. Elsey, R. M., P. L. Trosclair, III, and T. C. Glenn. 2008. Nest site fidelity in American Alligators in a Louisiana Coastal Marsh. Southeastern Naturalist 7(4): 737-743.


40. Glenn, T. C., J. O. French, T. J. Heincelman, K. L. Jones, and R. H. Sawyer. 2008. Evolutionary relationships among copies of feather beta (β) keratin genes from several avian orders. Integrative and Comparative Biology 48(4):463-475. doi: 10.1093/icb/icn061.


39. Francl, K. E., T. C. Glenn, S. B. Castleberry, and W. M. Ford. 2008. Genetic relationships of meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus) populations in central Appalachian wetlands. Canadian Journal of Zoology 86(5):344-355.


38. Glenn, J. L. W., C.-F. Chen, A. Lewandowski, C.-H. Cheng, C. M. Ramsdell, R. Bullard-Dillard, J. Chen, M. J. Dewey, and T. C. Glenn. 2008. Expressed Sequence Tags from Peromyscus testis and placenta tissue: analysis, annotation, and utility for mapping. BMC Genomics 9:300. doi: 10.1186/1471-2164-9-300.


37. Winn, R. N., A. J. Majeske, C. H. Jagoe, T. C. Glenn, M. H. Smith, and M. B. Norris. 2008. Transgenic λ medaka: a new model for germ cell mutagenesis. Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis 49(3): 173-184.



1998 - 2007 (publications while employed at the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Lab)


36. Fokidis, H. B., T. S. Risch, and T. C. Glenn. 2007. Reproductive and resource benefits to large female body size in a mammal with female-biased sexual size dimorphism. Animal Behavior 73:479-488.


35. Tsyusko, O. V., Y. Yi, D. Coughlin, D. Main, R. Podolsky, T. G. Hinton, and T. C. Glenn. 2007. Radiation-induced untargeted germline mutations in Japanese Medaka. Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology Part C 145: 103-110. [doi:10.1016/j.cbpc.2006.08.010, online 2006].


34. Stepanauskas, R., T. C. Glenn, C. H. Jagoe, R. C. Tuckfield, A. H. Lindell, C. J. King, and J V. McArthur. 2006. Coselection for microbial resistance to metals and antibiotics in freshwater mesocosms. Environmental Microbiology 8(9):1510-1514.


33. Tsyusko, O. V., M. H. Smith, T. K. Oleksyk, J. Goryanaya, and T. C. Glenn. 2006. Genetics of cattails in radioactively contaminated areas around Chornobyl. Molecular Ecology 15:2611-2625.


32. Peles, J. D., T. C. Glenn, H. A. Brant, A. K. Wall, and C. H. Jagoe. 2006. Mercury concentrations in largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) from five South Carolina reservoirs. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 173: 151-162.


31. Korfanta, N. M., D. B. McDonald, and T. C. Glenn. 2005. Burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) population genetics: a comparison of North American forms and migratory habits. The Auk 122(2): 464-478.


30. Tsyusko, O. V., M. H. Smith, R. R. Sharitz, and T. C. Glenn. 2005. Genetic and clonal diversity of two cattail species, Typha latifolia and T. angustifolia (Typhaceae) from Ukraine. American Journal of Botany 92(7):1161-1169.


29. Comer, C. E., J. C. Kilgo, G. J. D’Angelo, T. C. Glenn and K. V. Miller. 2005. Fine-scale genetic structure and social organization in female white-tailed deer. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:332-344.


28. Stepanauskas, R., T. C. Glenn, C. H. Jagoe, R. C. Tuckfield, A. H. Lindell, and J V. McArthur. 2005. Elevated microbial tolerance to metals and antibiotics in metal-contaminated industrial environments. Environmental Science and Technology. 39:3671-3678.


27. Sawyer, R. H., T. C. Glenn, J. O. French, and L. W. Knapp. 2005. Developing antibodies to synthetic peptides based on comparative DNA sequencing of multigene families. Methods in Enzymology 395:636-652.


26. Glenn, T. C. and N. A. Schable. 2005. Isolating microsatellite DNA loci. Methods in Enzymology 395:202-222.


25. Hauswaldt, J. S. and T. C. Glenn. 2005. Population genetics of the diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin). Molecular Ecology 14:723-732.


24. Sawyer, R. H., L. Rogers, L. Washington, T. C. Glenn and L. W. Knapp. 2005. The evolutionary origin of the feather epidermis. Developmental Dynamics 232(2):256-267.


23. Staton, J. L., B. E. Taylor, N. V. Schizas, R. Wetzer, T. C. Glenn, and B. C. Coull. 2003. Mitochondrial gene diversity of Skistodiaptomus mississippiensis in impoundments of the Upper Coastal Plain near Aiken, South Carolina, USA. Archive fur Hydrobiologie 158(2):215-231.


22. Sawyer, R. H., L. D. Washington, B. A. Salvatore, T. C. Glenn, and L. W. Knapp. 2003. Origin of avian epidermal appendages: The bristles of the wild turkey beard express feather-type β keratins. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular Development and Evolution) 297B:27-34.


21. Sawyer, R. H., B. A. Salvatore, T. F. Potylicki, J. O. French, T. C. Glenn, and L. W. Knapp. 2003. Origin of feathers: Feather beta (β) keratins are expressed in discrete epidermal cell populations of embryonic scutate scales. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular Development and Evolution) 295B:12-24.


20. Krizek, B. A., V. Prost, R. M. Joshi, T. Stoming, and T. C. Glenn. 2003. Developing transgenic Arabidopsis plants to be metal-specific bioindicators. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 22(1): 175–181.


19. Davis L. M., T. C. Glenn, D. C. Strickland, L. J. Guillette, Jr., R. M. Elsey, W. E. Rhodes, H. C. Dessauer, and R. H. Sawyer. 2002. Microsatellite DNA analyses support an east-west phylogeographic split of American alligator populations. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular Development and Evolution) 294(4): 352-372.


18. Glenn, T. C., J. L. Staton, A. Vu, L. M. Davis, J. R. Alvarado Bremer, W. H. Rhodes, I. L. Brisbin Jr., and R. H. Sawyer. 2002. Low mitochondrial DNA variation among American alligators and a novel non-coding region in crocodilians. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular Development and Evolution) 394(4): 312-324.


17. Dessauer H. C., T. C. Glenn, and L. D. Densmore. 2002. Studies on the molecular evolution of the crocodilia: footprints in the sands of time. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular Development and Evolution) 294(4): 302-311.


16. Jones, K. L., T. C. Glenn, R. C. Lacy, J. R. Pierce, N. Unruh, C. M. Mirande, and F. Chavez-Ramirez. 2002. Refining the Whooping Crane studbook by incorporating microsatellite DNA and leg banding analyses. Conservation Biology 16(3): 789-799.


15. Glenn, T. C., J. E. Thompson, B. M. Ballard, J. A. Roberson, J. O. French. 2002. Mitochondrial DNA variation and subspecific status of mid-continent gulf coast sandhill cranes. Journal of Wildlife Management 66(2): 339-348.


14. Rotstein, D. S., T. R. Schoeb, L. M. Davis, T. C. Glenn, B. S. Arnold, and T. S. Gross. 2002. Detection by microsatellite analysis of early embryonic mortality in an alligator population in Florida. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 38(1): 160-165.


13. Oleksyk, T. K., S. P. Gashchak, T. C. Glenn, C. H. Jagoe, J. D. Peles, J. R. Purdue, O. V. Tsyusko, O. O. Zalissky, and M. H. Smith. 2002. Distribution of 137Cs in fish and mammal populations. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 61(1): 55-74.


12. Brown, M. C. L., S. Guttman, and T. C. Glenn. 2001. Development and use of microsatellite DNA loci for genetic ecotoxicological studies of the fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas). Ecotoxicology 10(4): 233-238.


11. Davis, L. M., T. C. Glenn, H. C. Dessauer, R. M. Elsey, and R. H. Sawyer. 2001. Multiple paternity in the American alligator, Alligator mississipiensis. Molecular Ecology 10(4): 1011-1024.


10. Kind, J. A., R. N. Winn, M. E. T. I. Boerrigter, C. H. Jagoe, T. C. Glenn, and C. E. Dallas. 2001. Investigation of the radioadaptive response in brain and liver of pUR288 lacZ transgenic mice. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A, 63(3): 207-220.


9. Plague, G. R., M. Mulvey, T. C. Glenn, and J V. McArthur. 2001. Molecular genetic markers provide no evidence for reproductive isolation among retreat building phenotypes of the net-spinning caddisfly Macrostemum carolina. Molecular Ecology 10(1): 243-248.


8. Sawyer, R. H., T. C. Glenn, J. O. French, B. Mays, R. B. Shames, G. L. Barnes Jr., W. Rhodes and Y. Ishikawa. 2000. The expression of beta keratins in the epidermal appendages of reptiles and birds: The Beta Keratins of claws, scales and feathers. American Zoologist 40(4): 530-539.


7. Glenn, T. C., W. Stephan, and M. J. Braun. 1999. Effects of a population bottleneck on Whooping Crane mitochondrial DNA variation. Conservation Biology 13: 1097-1107.


6. Glenn, T. C., H. D. Dessauer, and M. J. Braun. 1998. Characterization of microsatellite DNA loci in American alligators. Copeia 1998(3): 591-601.



1990-1997 (publications prior to joining the faculty at UGA)


5. Glenn, T. C., W. Stephan, H. D. Dessauer, and M. J. Braun. 1996. Allelic diversity in alligator microsatellite loci is negatively correlated with GC content of flanking sequences and evolutionary conservation of PCR amplifiability. Molecular Biology and Evolution 13(8): 1151-1154.


4. Smith, D. R. and T. C. Glenn. 1995. Allozyme polymorphisms in Spanish honeybees (Apis mellifera iberica). Journal of Heredity 86(1): 12-16.


3. Glenn, T. C., D. R. Waller and M. J. Braun. 1994. Increasing proportions of uracil in DNA substrates increases inhibition of restriction enzyme digests. BioTechniques 17(6): 1086-1090.


2. Glenn, T. C. and D. R. Smith. 1993. Genetic variation and subspecific relationships of Michigan elk (Cervus elaphus). Journal of Mammalogy 74(3): 782-792.


1. Glenn, T. C. and W. R. Clark. 1990. Correlation of raccoon pelt qualities with age, sex, and physical condition. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Sciences 97(1): 33-35.

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