Jennifer L. Ison
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The paradox of forest fragmentation genetics
AT Kramer, JL Ison, MV Ashley, HF Howe
Conservation Biology 22 (4), 878-885, 2008
Pollen packing affects the function of pollen on corbiculate bees but not non-corbiculate bees
AJ Parker, JL Tran, JL Ison, JDK Bai, AE Weis, JD Thomson
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 9 (2), 197-203, 2015
Mating between Echinacea angustifolia (Asteraceae) individuals increases with their flowering synchrony and spatial proximity
JL Ison, S Wagenius, D Reitz, MV Ashley
American Journal of Botany 101 (1), 180-189, 2014
Both flowering time and distance to conspecific plants affect reproduction in Echinacea angustifolia, a common prairie perennial
JL Ison, S Wagenius
Journal of Ecology 102 (4), 920-929, 2014
Linking pollinator efficiency to patterns of pollen limitation: small bees exploit the plant–pollinator mutualism
MH Koski, JL Ison, A Padilla, AQ Pham, LF Galloway
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1880), 20180635, 2018
Establishment of an invasive plant species (Conium maculatum) in contaminated roadside soil in Cook County, Illinois
PZ Gulezian, JL Ison, KJ Granberg
The American Midland Naturalist 168 (2), 375-395, 2012
The role of pollinator preference in the maintenance of pollen colour variation
JL Ison, ESL Tuan, MH Koski, JS Whalen, LF Galloway
Annals of botany 123 (6), 951-960, 2019
Pollinator‐mediated mechanisms for increased reproductive success in early flowering plants
JL Ison, LJ Prescott, SW Nordstrom, A Waananen, S Wagenius
Oikos 127 (11), 1657-1669, 2018
Temporal population genetic structure in the pollen pool for flowering time: A field experiment with Brassica rapa (Brassicaceae)
JL Ison, AE Weis
American journal of botany 104 (10), 1569-1580, 2017
Mating opportunity increases with synchrony of flowering among years more than synchrony within years in a nonmasting perennial
A Waananen, G Kiefer, JL Ison, S Wagenius
The American Naturalist 192 (3), 379-388, 2018
Pollination of Echinacea angustifolia: Effects of Flowering Phenology and Spatial Isolation
JL Ison
University of Illinois at Chicago, 2010
Pollinator effectiveness in a composite: a specialist bee pollinates more florets but does not move pollen farther than other visitors
ML Page, JL Ison, AL Bewley, KM Holsinger, AD Kaul, KE Koch, KM Kolis, ...
American journal of botany 106 (11), 1487-1498, 2019
Development and evaluation of microsatellite markers for a native prairie perennial, Echinacea angustifolia (Asteraceae)
JL Ison, S Wagenius, D Reitz, MV Ashley
Applications in plant sciences 1 (11), 1300049, 2013
Revegetation of a trampled cliff-edge using three-toothed cinquefoil and poverty grass: a case study at Tettegouche state park, Minnesota
JP Olfelt, DP Olfelt, JL Ison
Ecological Restoration 27 (2), 200-209, 2009
Data from: Both flowering time and distance to conspecific plants affect reproduction in Echinacea angustifolia, a common prairie perennial
JL Ison, S Wagenius
The interaction of flowering phenology and plant density on pollination patterns in a self-incompatible prairie perennial
JL Ison, MV Ashley, S Wagenius
95th ESA Meeting, 2010
The Role of Pollinator Preference in the Maintenance of Pollen Colour Variation [Data Analysis Files]
J Ison, E Tuan, MH Koski, J Whalen, L Galloway
Linking pollinator efficiency with rangewide patterns of pollen limitation: Small bees exploit the plant-pollinator mutualism
MH Koski, JL Ison, A Padilla, LF Galloway
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
Pollination of Echinacea angustifolia: Why are some insects more effective than others?
M Page, JL Ison
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
Heritability of flowering time and duration in Echinacea angustifolia
W Reed, JL Ison, S Wagenius
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
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