Key to authors from the lab: gradstudent . tech . postdoc . undergadyaniv

or check google scholar

years: future, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, before 2009

arXiv-ed preprints / papers in press

  • Grossenbacher, D. L., , E. E., and . No association between plant mating system & geographic range overlap [bioRχiv doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/016261]


  • J. R. Pannell, J. R. Auld, Y. Brandvain, M. Burd, J. W. Busch, P-O Cheptou, J. K. Conner, E. E. Goldberg, A-G Grant, D. L. Grossenbacher, S. M. Hovick, B. Igic, S. Kalis, T. Petanidou, A. M.Randle, R. Rubio de Casas, A. Pauw, J. C. Vamosi and A. A. Winn. The scope of Baker’s law. New Phytologist 208: 656–667. doi: 10.1111/nph.13539.  
    • The order of the second to eighteenth authors is alphabetical
    • This is a Tansley Review from a NESCENT working group.







Before 2009



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(7/22/15) -- New paper from Yaniv's postdoc led by Alisa Sedghifar develops theory for the mixing of genomes in spatial contact zones.

(6/30/15) -- Excited to welcome Adam Herman (from Dan Schoen's group) into the lab. Welcome back to the US! Adam will be working on perreniality, hybridization and other things in sunflowers

(5/18/15) -- Dena's new paper shows that selfing species have larger ranges than their outcrossing relatives.

(4/10/15) -- A nice review of the Mimulus meeting that we organized with Josh Puzey last summer by Alex Twyord, Matt Streisfeld, David Lowry, and Jannice Friedman . Fond memories, and a nice reminder to get back to Mimulus research and community building .

(2/13/15) -- Now in evolution ahead of print. Our new paper with Graham Coop shows that given the opportunity, sperm will evolve to enforce fairness in female meiosis. Blogged about at mathbionerd.


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