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Department of Botany, 3165

1000 E. University Ave.

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Department of Botany

 

UW Botany faculty, staff and student publications

(Jan 2015 -Present)

 

Ecology

Lopez, B.E., Burgio, K.R., Carlucci, M.B., Palmquist, K.A., Parada, A., Weinberger, V.P., Hurlbert, A.H., 2016. A new framework for inferring community assembly process using phylogenetic information, relevant traits and environmental gradients. One Ecosystem 1:1-24.
DOI: 10.3897/oneeco.1.e9501

Chen, J., Carillo, Y., Pendall, E., Dijkstra, F., Evans, R.D., Morgan, J.,  Williams, D.G., 2015. Soil microbes compete strongly with plants for soil inorganic and amino acid nitrogen in a semiarid grassland exposed to elevated CO2 and warming. Ecosystems 18 (5):867-880.
DOI: 10.1007/s10021-015-9868-7

Hinckley, E-.L., Bonan, G., Bowen, G., Colman, B., Duffy, P., Goodale, G.,  Houlton, B., Marín-Spiotta, E., Ogle, K., Ollinger, S., Paul, E., Vitousek, P.,  Weathers, K., Williams, D.G., . The Soil and PlantBiogeochemistry Sampling Design for The National Ecological Observatory Network. In press Ecosphere

Mitchell, S.M., Palmquist, K.A., Cohen. S., Christensen, N.L., 2015. Patterns of vegetation composition and diversity in pine-dominated ecosystems of the lower Coastal Plain of North Carolina: implications for ecosystem restoration. Forest Ecology and Management 356:64-73.
DOI: doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.07.035


Palmquist, K.A., Peet, R.K., Mitchell S.R., 2015. Scale-dependent responses of longleaf pine vegetation to fire frequency and environmental context across two decades. Journal of Ecology 103:998-1008.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12412


Zelikova, T.J., Williams, D.G., Hoenigman, R., Blumenthal, D.M., Morgan, J.A., Pendall, E. 2015. Seasonality of soil moisture mediates responses of ecosystem phenology to elevated CO2 and warming in a semi-arid grassland. Journal of Ecology 103(5): 1119–1130.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12440


Petrie, MD, AM Wildeman, JB Bradford, RM Hubbard, WK Lauenroth. 2016. A review of precipitation and temperature control on seedling emergence and establishment for ponderosa and lodgepole pine forest regeneration. Forest Ecology and Management 36: 328-338.

Evolution

Baker, R.L., Leong, W.F., Brock, M.T., Markelz R.J.C, Convington, M.F., Devisetty, U.P., Edwards, C.E., Mallof, J., Welch, S., Weinig, C., 2015. Modeling development and quantitative trait mapping reveal independent genetic modules for leaf size and shape. New Phytologist. 208:257-268.
DOI: 10.1111/nph.13509


de Montaigu, A., Giakountis, A., Rubin, M., Tóth, R., Cremer, F., Sokolova, V., Porri, A., Reymond, M., Weinig, C., Coupland, C. 2015. Natural diversity in daily rhythms of gene expression contributes to phenotypic variation. PNAS 112(3):905-910.
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1422242112


Kerwin, R., Feusier, J., Corwin J., Rubin, M., Lin, C., Muok, A., Larson, B., Li, B., Joseph, B., Francisco, M., Copeland, D., Weinig, C., Kliebenstein, D.J. 2015. Natural genetic variation in Arabidopsis thaliana defense metabolism genes modulates field fitness. eLife 2015;4:e05604.
DOI: 10.7554/eLife.05604


Qinguang, X., Lou, P., Hermand, V., Aman, R., Park, H.J., Yun, D, Kim, W.Y., Salmela, M.J., Ewers, B.E., Weinig, C., Khan, S.L., Schaible D.L., McClung C.R. 2015. Allelic polymorphism of GIGANTEA is responsible for naturally occurring variation in circadian period in Brassica rapa. PNAS 112:3829-3834.
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1421803112


Salmela, M.J., Greenham, K., Lou, P., McClung, R., Ewers, B.E., Weinig, C. 2015. Variation in circadian rhythms is maintained among and within populations in Boechera stricta. Plant, Cell & Environment.
DOI: 10.1111/pce.12670

Yarkhunova, U., Edwards, C.E., Ewers, B.E., Baker, R.L., Aston, T.L., Robertson McClung, C., Lou, P., Weinig, C. 2015. Selection during crop diversification involves correlated evolution of the circadian clock and ecophysiological traits in Brassica rapa. New Phytologist.
DOI: 10.1111/nph.13758

Marques DA, Lucek K, Meier JI, Mwaiko S, Wagner CE, et al. (2016) Genomics of Rapid Incipient Speciation in Sympatric Threespine Stickleback. PLoS Genet 12(2): e1005887. DOI:10.1371/journal.pgen.1005887

Environmental Change

Palmquist, K.A., Schlaepfer, D.R., Bradford, J.B., Lauenroth, W. K., 2016. Mid-latitude shrub steppe plant communities: Climate change consequences for soil water resources. Ecology. 97(9):2342-2354
DOI: 10.1002/ecy.1457 

Korfanta, N.M., Mobley, M.L., Burke I.C., 2015. Fertilizing western rangelands for ungulate conservation: an assessment of benefits and risks. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 39(1): 1-8.
DOI: 10.1002/wsb.519


Martyn, T.E., Beltz, C. W., Palmquist, K. A., Pennington, V. E., Rottler, C. R., Lauenroth, W. K., 2015. Daubenmire versus line-point intercept: A response to Thacker et al. (2015). Rangelands 37(4):158-160.
DOI: 10.1016/j.rala.2015.05.004


Otgonsuren, A., Lauenroth, W.K., Burke, I.C., Mobley, M.L., 2015. Sagebrush steppe recovery on 30-90 year old abandoned oil and gas wells. Ecosphere 6(7):115.
DOI: 10.1890/ES14-00175.1


Ryan, E., Ogle, K., Zelikova, T.J., LeCain, D., Williams, D.G., Morgan, J.,  Pendall, E., 2015. Antecedent moisture and temperature modulate the influence of elevated CO2 and warming on ecosystem respiration. Global Change Biology 21(7):2588­2602. DOI: DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12910

Schlaepfer, D.R., Taylor, K.A., Pennington, V.E., Nelson, K.N., Martyn, T.E., Rottler, C.M., Lauenroth, W.K., Bradford, J.B. 2015. Simulated big sagebrush regeneration supports predicted changes at the trailing and leading edges of distribution shifts. Ecosphere 6.
DOI: 10.1890/ES14-00208.1

Norton, U., Ewers, B.E., Borkhuu, B., Brown, N.R., Pendall, E. 2015:  Soil nitrogen five years after bark beetle infestation in lodgepole pine forests. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 79:282-293. DOI: 10.2136/sssaj2014.05.0233

Ecohydrology

Borkhuu, B., Peckham, S.D., Ewers, B.E., Norton U., Pendall, E., 2015. Does soil respiration decline following bark beetle induced forest mortality? Evidence from a lodgepole pine forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 214-215:201-207.
DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.08.258

Systematics & Floristics

Aguirre-Santoro, J.B., Brown, G.K., Evans, T.M., Salguerio F., Alves-Ferreria, M., Wendt, T., 2015. Is Ronnbergia (Bromeliaceae, Bromelioideae ) a geographically disjunct genus? Evidence from morphology and chloroplast DNA sequence data. Phytotaxa 219:261-275.
DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.219.3.6

Evans, T.M., Jabaily, R.S, de Faria, A.P.G., de Sousa, L.O.F., Wendt, T., Brown, G.K., 2015. Phylogenetic Relationships in Bromeliaceae subfamily Bromelioideae based on Chloroplast DNA Sequence Data. Systematic Botany 41(1):116-128.
DOI: 10.1600/036364415X686413

Remote Sensing

Sivanpillai, R., Congalton R.G., 2016. Future Landsat Data Needs at the Local and State Levels: An AmericaView Perspective. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 82(8):617-623.
DOI: 10.14358/PERS.82.8.617


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