Jennifer Lind-Riehl
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Genetic structure of Quercus rubra L. and Quercus ellipsoidalis EJ Hill populations at gene-based EST-SSR and nuclear SSR markers
JF Lind, O Gailing
Tree genetics & genomes 9 (3), 707-722, 2013
682013
Genetic structure of Quercus rubra L. and Quercus ellipsoidalis EJ Hill populations at gene-based EST-SSR and nuclear SSR markers
JF Lind, O Gailing
Tree Genetics & Genomes 9 (3), 707-722, 2013
682013
Evidence for selection on a CONSTANS-like gene between two red oak species
JF Lind-Riehl, AR Sullivan, O Gailing
Annals of botany 113 (6), 967-975, 2014
462014
Family legacies and community networks shape private forest management in the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan (USA)
J Lind-Riehl, S Jeltema, M Morrison, G Shirkey, AL Mayer, M Rouleau, ...
Land Use Policy 45, 95-102, 2015
422015
Development and characterization of genomic and gene-based microsatellite markers in North American red oak species
AR Sullivan, JF Lind, TS McCleary, J Romero-Severson, O Gailing
Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 31 (1), 231-239, 2013
422013
Leaf morphological and genetic differentiation between Quercus rubra L. and Q.áellipsoidalis E.J. Hill populations in contrasting environments
O Gailing, J Lind, E Lilleskov
Plant Systematics and Evolution 298 (8), 1533-1545, 2012
302012
Failure to Communicate: Inefficiencies in Voluntary Incentive Programs for Private Forest Owners in Michigan
MD Rouleau, JF Lind-Riehl, MN Smith, AL Mayer
Forests 7 (9), 199, 2016
182016
Hybridization, agency discretion, and implementation of the US Endangered Species Act
JF Lind‐Riehl, AL Mayer, AM Wellstead, O Gailing
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1288-1296, 2016
142016
Fine-scale spatial genetic structure of two red oak species, Quercus rubra and Quercus ellipsoidalis
J Lind-Riehl, O Gailing
Plant Systematics and Evolution 301 (6), 1601-1612, 2015
142015
Adaptive Variation and Introgression of a CONSTANS-Like Gene in North American Red Oaks
JF Lind-Riehl, O Gailing
Forests 8 (1), 3, 2016
82016
Linking plant genes to insect communities: Identifying the genetic bases of plant traits and community composition
HL Barker, JF Riehl, C Bernhardsson, KF Rubert-Nason, LM Holeski, ...
Moleculary Ecology 28 (19), 4404-4421, 2019
62019
Genetic variation, local adaptation and population structure in North American red oak species, Quercus rubra L. and Q. ellipsoidalis EJ Hill
JF Lind-Riehl
22014
Growing up Aspen: ontogeny and trade-offs shape growth, defence, and reproduction in a foundation species
CT Cole, CJ Morrow, HL Barker, KF Rubert-Nason, JFL Riehl, TG Köllner, ...
Annals of Botany, 2020
12020
The WisAsp resource for community genetics research: 1. Genotypic variation in an iconic forest tree species
RL Lindroth, H Barker, JF Riehl
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
2016
The WisAsp resource for community genetics research: 2. The role of leaf phenology in shaping insect communities
H Barker, JF Riehl, LM Holeski, P Ingvarsson, RL Lindroth
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
2016
THE ROLE OF HYBRIDIZATION AND THE UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE BIOLOGISTS’DISCRETION IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT
JF Lind-Riehl
2015
Supplementary Materials: Adaptive Variation and Introgression of a CONSTANS-Like Gene in North American Red Oaks
JF Lind-Riehl, O Gailing
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