Seven Mason Lab undergraduate researchers presented at the 2018 Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence last week – Danielle De La Pascua, Katie Stahlhut, Simone Lim-Hing, Dannielle Waugh, Jessica Jowais, Rayner Seavey, and Kristen Foss. Danielle De La Pascua earned an award for her poster on floral and fruit defenses across the genus Cornus. Advertisements
Read a new review to which I contributed just out in the journal Population Ecology: “The evolutionary impacts of conservation actions” – full PDF here.
Read our new paper, just out in the journal Plant Ecology: “Evolution of nutrient resorption across the herbaceous genus Helianthus” – full PDF here.
Read our new paper, just out in the International Journal of Plant Sciences: “How old are sunflowers? A molecular clock analysis of key divergences in the origin and diversification of Helianthus (Asteraceae)” – full PDF here.
Read our new paper, just out in the journal Plant Ecology and Evolution – “Beyond pollinators: evolution of floral architecture with environment across the wild sunflowers (Helianthus, Asteraceae) – full PDF here.
Read our new paper, just out in the journal Annals of Botany: Importance of whole-plant biomass allocation and reproductive timing to habitat differentiation across the North American sunflowers – full PDF here.
Read a new paper to which I contributed, just out in the journal Ecology and Evolution: Fine root tradeoffs between nitrogen concentration and xylem vessel traits preclude unified whole-plant resource strategies in Helianthus – full PDF here.
Read our new response paper, just out in Frontiers in Plant Science, clarifying several misconceptions related to plant hyperaccumulation research – full PDF here.