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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]


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news

(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 . Found 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.

(1/5/15) --Azira Rivera awarded North Star STEM Alliance Undergraduate Research Fellowship for her project on compensatory evolution of indels for the spring of 2015! Way to go Azira!!!

(1/5/15) -- Our preprint on bioRχiv. Shows that selfing plants have larger and more northerly ranges than their outcrossing relatives, and that ranges of selfing species increase with split time from their most recent outcrossing relative. Dena led an awesome team with Ryan Briscoe Runquist and Emma Goldberg. This is our first UMN-authors-only paper!

(12/9/14) -- In our new essay in PLoS Biology we argue that evolutionary theory can be very useful even when it doesn't generate easy to test predictions, because it can test complex chains of logic. This was a fun paper to write with Emma Goldberg, Jeremy van Cleve, and Maria Servedio's Lab.

(11/20/14) -- Cesar Torres awarded best poster at the UMN Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students for his work on admixture in horses. Congrats Cesar!! [see Cesar's poster ].

(11/1/14) -- Dena's new paper demonstrates that pollinator mediated competition keeps the 'bi' in Mimulus bicolor.

(6/24/14) -- Read our new paper about the transition to selfing in Mimulus nasutus, when and where it split from M. guttatus, ongoing introgression between these species, and the action of natural selection against introgression.

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