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Publications:

Armstrong, J.J., N. Takebayashi, T. Sformo, D.E. Wolf. 2015. Cold tolerance in Arabidopsis kamchatica. American Journal of Botany. 102:1-10.[full text]

Wolf, D.E., J.A. Steets, G.J. Houliston, N. Takebayashi. 2014. Genome size variation and evolution in allotetraploid Arabidopsis kamchatica and its parents, A. lyrata and A. halleri. AOB Plants. 6: plu025.

Robertson, A.L., Wolf, D.E. 2012. The role of epigenetics in plant adaptation. Trends in Evolutionary Biology. 4:e4.

Paape, T., T. Miyake, N. Takebayashi, D.E. Wolf, J.R. Kohn. 2011. Evolutionary Genetics of an S-like polymorphism in Papaveraceae with putative function in self-incompatibility. PLoS One. 6: e23635.

Steets, J.A., N. Takebayashi, J.M. Byrnes, D.E. Wolf. 2010. Heterogeneous selection on trichome production in Alaskan Arabidopsis kamchatica (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany. 97:1-11.

Miyake, T., N. Takebayashi, D.E. Wolf. 2009. Possible diversifying selection in the imprinted gene, MEDEA, in Arabidopsis. Molecular Biology and Evolution 26: 843-857.

Steets, J.A., D.E. Wolf, J.R.Auld, and T.-L. Ashman. 2007. The role of natural enemies in the expression and evolution of mixed mating in hermaphroditic plants and animals. Evolution. 61: 2043-2055.

Takebayashi, N., D.E. Wolf, and L.F. Delph. 2006. Effect of variation in herkogamy on outcrossing within a population of Gilia achilleifolia. Heredity 96: 159-165.

Delph, L.F. and D.E. Wolf. 2005. Evolutionary consequences of gender plasticity in genetically dimorphic breeding systems. New Phytologist. 166:119-128. [Abstract]

Wolf, D.E. and N. Takebayashi. 2004. Pollen limitation and the evolution of androdioecy from dioecy. American Naturalist. 163(1) 122-137. [Abstract]

Snow, A.A., D. Pilson, L.H. Rieseberg, M.J. Paulsen, N. Pleskac, M.R. Reagon, D.E. Wolf and S.M. Selbo. 2003. A Bt transgene reduces herbivory and enhances fecundity in wild sunflowers. Ecological Applications. 13:279-286. [ Abstract ]

Buerkle, C.A., D.E. Wolf & L.H. Rieseberg. 2003. The origin and extinction of species through hybridization. in Population Viability in Plants, Ecological Studies, Vol. 165. eds. C.A. Brigham, M.W. Schwartz. Springer-Verlag. pp.117-141.

Wolf, D.E., J.A. Satkoski, K. White & L.H. Rieseberg. 2001. Sex determination in the androdioecious plant, Datisca glomerata, and its dioecious sister species, D. cannabina. Genetics. 159:1243-1257. [ Abstract ]

Wolf, D.E., N. Takebayashi & L.H. Rieseberg. 2001. Predicting the risk of extinction through hybridization. Conservation Biology. 15:1039-1053. [ Abstract ]

Carney, S.E., D.E. Wolf & L.H. Rieseberg. 2000. Hybridization and forest conservation. in Forest Conservation Genetics: Principles and Practice. A. Young, ed. CIFOR and CSIRO publishers, Australia.

Wolf, D.E., L.H. Rieseberg & S.C. Spencer. 1997. The genetics of sex determination in an androdioecious flowering plant, Datisca glomerata (Datiscaceae). Heredity. 78:190-204. [ Abstract ]

Whitton, J., D.E. Wolf, D. Arias, A.A. Snow, L.H. Rieseberg. 1997. The persistence of cultivar alleles in a wild population of sunflower five years after hybridization. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 95:33-40. [ Abstract ][ PDF ]
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