Publications 1990-1992


May, B. Starch gel electrophoresis of allozymes. In: Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations: A Practical Approach. A.R. Hoelzel, ed. Oxford Univ. Press. pp. 1-27 and 271-280.

May, B. and J.E. Marsden. Genetic identification and implications of another invasive species of Dreissenid mussel in the Great Lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aqua. Sci. 49:1501-1506.

Staub, J.E., L.D. Knerr, D.J.Holder, and B. May. Phylogenetic relationships among several African Cucumis species. Can. J. Botany. 70:509-517.

St. Leger, R.J. Allee, L.L, May. B, Staples, R.C and Roberts, D.W. World-wide distribution of genetic variation among isolates of Beauveria spp. Mycol. Res. 96:1007-1015.

St. Leger, R. J., B. May, L. Allee, D. C. Frank, R. C. Staples, and D. W. Roberts. Genetic differences in allozymes and in formation of infection structures among isolates of the Entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae. J. Inv. Path. 60:89-101.


Bowden, C.G., D.J. Royse, and B. May. Linkage relationships of allozyme encoding loci in shitake, Lentinula edodes. Genome 34:652-657.

Gavin, T.A., R.A. Howard, and B. May. Geographic variation in allozyme frequencies in red-winged blackbirds: the California conundrum. Auk 108:602-611 (pdf).

Krueger, C.C., and B. May. Ecological and Genetic Effects of Salmonid Introductions in North America. Can. J. Fish. & Aq. Sci. 48:1-12.

Kukuk, P.F. and B. May. Colony dynamics in a primitively eusocial halictine bee, Lasioglossum (Dialictus) zephyrus, (Hymenoptera: halictidae). Insectes Sociaux 38:171-189.


Dixon, P. M., and B. May. Genetic diversity and population structure of a rare plant, Northern Monkshood (Aconitum noveboracense). In:Ecosystem Management: rare species and significant habitats. Proc. 15th Natural Areas Meeting. NY state museum bulletin No. 471. pp. 167-175.

Hajek, A.E., R.A. Humber, J.S. Elkinton, B. May, S.R. Walsh, and J.C. Silver. Allozyme and RFLP analyses confirm Entomophaga maimaiga responsible for 1989 epizootics in North American gypsy moth populations. PNAS. 87:6979-6982 (pdf).

Kukuk, P.F. and B. May. Diploid males in a primitively eusocial bee, Lasioglossum (Dialictus) zephyrum (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Evolution 44:1522-1528 (pdf).

May, B. and C.C. Krueger. Use of allozyme data for population analysis. In: Electrophoretic and Isoelectric Focussing Techniques in Fisheries Management. D.H. Whitmore, (ed.). pp. 157-172. CRC Press.

Royse, D.J., and B. May. Interspecific allozyme variation among Morchella spp. and its inferences for systematics within the genus. Biochem. Syst. & Ecol. 18:475-479 (pdf).

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