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Tia Lene Harrison
Tia Lene Harrison
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Pan‐African phylogeography of a model organism, the African clawed frog ‘Xenopus laevis’
BLS Furman, AJ Bewick, TL Harrison, E Greenbaum, V Gvoždík, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (4), 909-925, 2015
682015
Experimental evolution makes microbes more cooperative with their local host genotype
RT Batstone, AM O’Brien, TL Harrison, ME Frederickson
Science 370 (6515), 476-478, 2020
552020
More partners, more ranges: generalist legumes spread more easily around the globe
TL Harrison, AK Simonsen, JR Stinchcombe, ME Frederickson
Biology Letters 14 (11), 20180616, 2018
252018
Geographically structured genetic variation in the Medicago lupulinaEnsifer mutualism
TL Harrison, CW Wood, KD Heath, JR Stinchcombe
Evolution 71 (7), 1787-1801, 2017
252017
No evidence for adaptation to local rhizobial mutualists in the legume Medicago lupulina
TL Harrison, CW Wood, IL Borges, JR Stinchcombe
Ecology and Evolution 7 (12), 4367-4376, 2017
242017
Host match improves root microbiome growth
AM O’Brien, TL Harrison
Nature Microbiology 6 (9), 1103-1104, 2021
22021
Combining phenotypic and genomic approaches reveals no evidence for adaptation to the local mutualist in Medicago lupulina
TL Harrison, CW Wood, IL Borges, JR Stinchcombe
bioRxiv, 2016
12016
Population genomics of the Medicago lupulina and Ensifer mutualism in North America
TL Harrison
University of Toronto (Canada), 2015
12015
Non‐symbiotic legumes are more invasive, but only if polyploid
ZA Parshuram, TL Harrison, AK Simonsen, JR Stinchcombe, ...
New Phytologist, 2022
2022
Symbiosis with rhizobia limits range expansion only in polyploid legumes
ZA Parshuram, TL Harrison, AK Simonsen, JR Stinchcombe, ...
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
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