Judy Stone
Judy Stone
Professor of Biology, Colby College
Verified email at colby.edu
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A comparison of the phytosociology and dynamics of three floodplain (Várzea) forests of known ages, Rio Juruá, western Brazilian Amazon
DG Campbell, JL Stone, A ROSAS JR
Botanical journal of the Linnean Society 108 (3), 213-237, 1992
2671992
Assessment of pollen viability in hand‐pollination experiments: a review
JL Stone, JD Thomson, SJ Dent‐Acosta
American Journal of Botany 82 (9), 1186-1197, 1995
1751995
Heritability of stigma position and the effect of stigma‐anther separation on outcrossing in a predominantly self‐fertilizing weed, Datura stramonium (Solanaceae)
AF Motten, JL Stone
American Journal of Botany 87 (3), 339-347, 2000
1342000
Competition among old-field perennials at different levels of soil fertility and available space
J Gurevitch, P Wilson, JL Stone, P Teese, RJ Stoutenburgh
The Journal of Ecology, 727-744, 1990
1091990
Molecular mechanisms underlying the breakdown of gametophytic self-incompatibility
JL Stone
The Quarterly Review of Biology 77 (1), 17-32, 2002
952002
The evolution of distyly: pollen transfer in artificial flowers
JL Stone, JD Thomson
Evolution 48 (5), 1595-1606, 1994
881994
Components of pollination effectiveness in Psychotria suerrensis, a tropical distylous shrub
JL Stone
Oecologia 107 (4), 504-512, 1996
731996
Pollen donation patterns in a tropical distylous shrub (PSYCHOTRIA SUERRENSIS; RUBIACEAE)
JL Stone
American Journal of Botany 82 (11), 1390-1398, 1995
731995
Sexual selection maintains whole‐body chiral dimorphism in snails
M Schilthuizen, PG Craze, AS Cabanban, A Davison, J Stone, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (5), 1941-1949, 2007
712007
Sheltered load associated with S-alleles in Solanum carolinense
JL Stone
Heredity 92 (4), 335-342, 2004
572004
Genetic mosaics in strangler fig trees: implications for tropical conservation
JD Thomson, EA Herre, JL Hamrick, JL Stone
Science 254 (5035), 1214-1216, 1991
501991
Anther‐stigma separation is associated with inbreeding depression in Datura stramonium, a predominantly self‐fertilizing annual
JL Stone, AF Motten
Evolution 56 (11), 2187-2195, 2002
452002
Variation in the self‐incompatibility response within and among populations of the tropical shrub Witheringia solanacea (Solanaceae)
JL Stone, MA Sasuclark, CP Blomberg
American Journal of Botany 93 (4), 592-598, 2006
402006
Rapid recent radiation of S-RNase lineages in Witheringia solanacea (Solanaceae)
JL Stone, SE Pierce
Heredity 94 (5), 547-555, 2005
302005
Pollinator abundance and pollen limitation of a solanaceous shrub at premontane and lower montane sites
JL Stone, EG Jenkins
Biotropica 40 (1), 55-61, 2008
272008
Highest genetic diversity at the northern range limit of the rare orchid Isotria medeoloides
JL Stone, PA Crystal, EE Devlin, RHLB Downer, DS Cameron
Heredity 109 (4), 215-221, 2012
252012
Transmission advantage favors selfing allele in experimental populations of self‐incompatible Witheringia solanacea (Solanaceae)
JL Stone, EJ VanWyk, JR Hale
Evolution 68 (7), 1845-1855, 2014
232014
Does anthocyanin affect outcrossing rates in Datura Stramonium (Solanaceae)?
JL Stone
American Journal of Botany 87 (3), 348-354, 2000
132000
J. y ROSAS, Jr. 1992. A comparison of the phytosociology and dynamics of three floodplain (várzea) forest of known ages. Río Jurua, western brazilian amazon
DS CAMPBELL, J STONE
Bot. J. Linnean Soc 108, 213-237, 0
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Embryonic inbreeding depression varies among populations and by mating system in Witheringia solanacea (Solanaceae)
JL Stone, EE Wilson, AS Kwak
American journal of botany 97 (8), 1328-1333, 2010
42010
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