GRADUATE THESES

Graduate Theses

Semple S.L. (2019) Improving Aquaculture: The Impact of Bacterial Disease Treatments on Salmonid Immune Performance. PhD Thesis University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON

Mubarak Ziab (2020) Transgenerational effects on the microbiome of Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Maryam Thraya (2019) Testing the peripheral circadian clocks of Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Mallory Wiper (2018) An Exploration of Drivers of Behavioural and Morphological Laterality and Expensive Tissues in Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) PhD Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Katarina Doughty (2017) The Effects of Crossbreeding and Low Fish Meal Diets on Growth-Related Traits in Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) MSc Thesis Western University, London ON

Mitch Dender (2017) Using Phenotypic Integration to Explain Inter-Population Variation in Growth of Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Jessica L. Mayrand (2017) The Effects of Variation in Acclimation–and Growth-Maximizing Behavioural Types of Outcrossed Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Shelby Toews (2017) Population and Family Effects on Gene Transcriptional Profiles of Eight Hybrid Chinook Salmon Populations: Implications for Conservation and Aquaculture MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Celine Lajoie (2017) Inter-Population Differences in Farmed Chinook Salmon Product Quality MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Pauline Capelle (2016) Interactive Effects of Pre-and Post-Natal stressors on Chinook Salmon Performance and Fitness MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Kyle Wellband (2017) The Role of Phenotypic Plasticity and Genetic Diversity in the Colonization of Novel Environments PhD Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON.

Sarah Lehnert (2017) Why Are Salmon Red?  Proximate and Ultimate Causes of Flesh Pigmentation in Chinook Salmon PhD Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Forest, A. (2015) Genetic and environmental determinants of alternative reproductive tactics in Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) raised in captive and natural settings MSc. Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Haring, M.W 2015 Maternal effects on egg quality in hatchery, wild and farmed Chinook Salmon MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor, ON

Munoz, N. 2014 The Adaptive capacity of thermal tolerance in chinook salmon MSc Thesis U. Western Ontario, London, ON

Madison, B.N. 2013 The Stress Response and Endocrine Mechanisms of Growth in Salmonids PhD Thesis University of Guelph. Guelph, ON

Komsa K. 2012 Inbreeding Depression and Segregation Distortion in Chinook Salmon: Conservation Implications of Genetic Load MSc Thesis University of Windsor, Windsor ON

Lehnert, S. 2012 Reproductive interactions between wild and farmed Chinook salmon: conservation and ecological implications MSc Thesis University of Windsor, Windsor, ON

Becker, L.A. 2011 Early-rearing environment and mate choice in Chinook salmon aquaculture: effects on the immune system PhD Thesis U. of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON

Falica, B.K. 2011 Genetic effects on phenotypic traits throughout ontogeny in Chinook salmon MSc Thesis University of Windsor, Windsor, ON

Aykanat, T. 2011 Genetic Architecture of Phenotypic and Transcriptional Variation in Salmon PhD Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor, ON

Bortolucci, R.N. 2009 The Effect of Mate Choice on Offspring Phenotype and Performance in Chinook Salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor, ON

Garner, S.R. 2009 Sexual selection and breeding in Pacific salmon PhD Thesis University of Western Ontario, London, ON

Shields, J.L. 2007 Population Dynamics in Hybridizing Invasive Blue Mussels (Mytilus spp.) in British Columbia and the Atlantic Provinces MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor, ON

Ching, B. 2006 Transcriptional differences between triploid and diploid chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) during live pathogen challenge. MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor ON

Jaimeson, S. 2006 Inheritance and expression in diploid and triploid chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha): Segregation distortion at the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) and microsatellite loci. MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor, ON

Tyndale, S.T. 2005 Why are salmon eggs red? An investigation of the benefits of red carotenoid- based pigmentation in the eggs and offspring of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) MSc Thesis U. Windsor, Windsor, ON

Young, B. 2005 Fitness determinations for chinook salmon jacks MSc Thesis University of Windsor. Windsor, ON.

Macullo, M. 2003 Endocrine changes associated with maturation in diploid and triploid chinook salmon MSc Thesis University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC

Schlicht, A. 2003 Enhancement of the non-specific immune response, pigmentation and growth of farmed chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) fed a combination of dietary flavonoids (Grape seed extract, KPA®) and astaxanthin MSc Thesis UBC, Vancouver, BC

Johnson, R. 2003 Performance and heritability in triploid chinook salmon. MSc Thesis University of Northern British Columbia. Prince George, BC.

Yanick, J.F. 2002 Survival, growth and the possible environmental impacts of introduced blue mussels (Mytilus spp.) in Georgia Strait, British Columbia: Implications for mussel aquaculture MSc Thesis University of Northern British Columbia. Prince George, BC

Bryden, C.A. 2001 The relationship between fitness and genetic variability in chinook salmon: implications for aquaculture and evolutionary biology. MSc Thesis University of Northern British Columbia. Prince George, BC.

Cho, G.K. 1999 The physiological stress response of salmonids: considerations for field procedures and environmental monitoring MSc Thesis University of Northern British Columbia. Prince George, BC.

Heath, D.D. 1992 Genetic, environmental, and physiological factors involved in the precocious sexual maturation of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) PhD Thesis University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC.

Korman, J. 1989 Enriching effects of salmon farms in British Columbian coastal waters and the influence of flushing and seasonality. MSc Thesis University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC