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Mollie F. Cashner

Assistant ProfessorMollie F. Cashner

Sundquist Science Complex, Room C125
P.O. Box 4718
Clarksville, TN 37044
(931) 221-6488
email: cashnerm@apsu.edu

Education

Ph.D. Tulane University (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology), 2010
M.S. University of Southern Mississippi (Biology), 2001
B.S. Hanover College (Biology), 1997

Teaching

Animal Behavior, Genetics

Research Interests

Evolution of reproductive behavior in fishes, population genetics and phylogenetics, reproductive ecology

Selected Publications

Woltmann, S., P.C. Stouffer, C.M.B. Burns, M.S. Woodrey, M.F. Cashner, and S.S. Taylor. 2014. Population genetics of Seaside Sparrow (Ammodramus maritimus) subspecies along the Gulf of Mexico. PLOS ONE 9:e112739.

Cashner, M.F., K.R. Piller, and H.L. Bart. 2011. Phylogenetic relationships of the North American cyprinid subgenus Hydrophlox. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 59:725-735.

Cashner, M. F. and H. L. Bart, Jr. 2010. Reproductive ecology of nest associates: use of RFLPs to identify cyprinid eggs. Copeia 2010 (4): 554-557.

Cashner, M.F. 2004. Are spotted bass ( Micropterus punctulatus ) attracted to Schreckstoff? A test of the predator attraction hypothesis. Copeia 2004(3):592-598.