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2016. Turner, Kathryn G., Fréville, Hélène, and Rieseberg, Loren H. Phenotypic differentiation in size and fecundity between native and invasive populations of a species has been suggested as a causal driver of inva... Ecology and Evolution. University of British Columbia, French National Institute for Agricultural Research, French National Centre for Scientific Research, and Indiana University Bloomington.
2019. Murray, Maureen H., Sanchez, Cecilia A., Becker, Daniel J., Byers, Kaylee A., Worsley-Tonks, Katherine E. L., and Craft, Meggan E. Urban development can alter resource availability, land use, and community composition, in turn influencing wildlife health. Generalizable relation... 1540-9295. Lincoln Park Zoo, University of Georgia, Indiana University Bloomington, University of British Columbia, and University of Minnesota.
2012. Bowers, John E., Nambeesan, Savithri, Corbi, Jonathan, Burke, John M., Barker, Michael S., Rieseberg, Loren H., and Knapp, Steven J. The development of ultra-dense genetic maps has the potential to facilitate detailed comparative genomic analyses and whole genome sequence assembl... PLoS ONE. University of Georgia, University of Arizona, University of British Columbia, and Indiana University Bloomington.
2017. Turner, Kathryn G., Nurkowski, Kristin A., and Rieseberg, Loren H. Though rapid phenotypic evolution has been observed in many invasive plant species, less is known about the associated genetic mechanisms. Some hyp... Biological Invasions. Colorado State University, University of British Columbia, and Indiana University Bloomington.
2015. Baute, Gregory J., Kane, Nolan C., Grassa, Christopher J., Lai, Zhao, and Rieseberg, Loren H. • The development of modern crops typically involves both selection and hybridization, but to date most studies have focused on the former. In the... New Phytologist. University of British Columbia, University of Colorado Boulder, and Indiana University Bloomington.
2013. Roda, Federico, Ambrose, Luke, Walter, Gregory M., Liu, Huanle L., Schaul, Andrea, Lowe, Andrew, Pelser, Pieter B., Prentis, Peter, Rieseberg, Loren H., and Ortiz-Barrientos, Daniel. Instances of parallel ecotypic divergence where adaptation to similar conditions repeatedly cause similar phenotypic changes in closely related org... Molecular Ecology. University of Queensland, University of Adelaide, University of Canterbury, Queensland University of Technology, Indiana University Bloomington, and University of British Columbia.
2013. Renaut, Sebastien, Grassa, Christopher J., Yeaman, Sam, Lai, Zhao, Kane, Nolan K., Moyers, Brook T., Bowers, John E., Burke, John M., and Rieseberg, Loren H. Genomic studies of speciation often report the presence of highly differentiated genomic regions interspersed within a milieu of weakly diverged lo... Nature Communications. University of British Columbia, Indiana University Bloomington, and University of Georgia.
2013. Hodgins, Kathryn A., Lai, Zhao, Oliveira, Luiz O., Still, David W., Scascitelli, Moira, Barker, Michael S., Kane, Nolan C., Dempewolf, Hannes, Kozik, Alex, Kesseli, Richard V., Burke, John M., Michelmore, Richard W., and Rieseberg, Loren H. Although the Compositae harbours only two major food crops, sunflower and lettuce, many other species in this family are utilized by humans and hav... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of British Columbia, Indiana University Bloomington, University of Massachusetts Boston, University of Arizona, University of Colorado Boulder, University of California, Davis, University of Massachusetts Amherst, and University of Georgia.