Troy Wood
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The frequency of polyploid speciation in vascular plants
TE Wood, N Takebayashi, MS Barker, I Mayrose, PB Greenspoon, ...
Proceedings of the national Academy of sciences 106 (33), 13875-13879, 2009
Molecular ecology of global change
TBH Reusch, TE Wood
Molecular ecology 16 (19), 3973-3992, 2007
The nature of plant species
LH Rieseberg, TE Wood, EJ Baack
Nature 440 (7083), 524, 2006
Parallel genotypic adaptation: when evolution repeats itself
TE Wood, JM Burke, LH Rieseberg
Genetics of Adaptation, 157-170, 2005
Articulated Palaeozoic fossil with 17 plates greatly expands disparity of early chitons
MJ Vendrasco, TE Wood, BN Runnegar
Nature 429 (6989), 288, 2004
Climate change perils for dioecious plant species
KR Hultine, KC Grady, TE Wood, SM Shuster, JC Stella, TG Whitham
Nature plants 2 (8), 16109, 2016
Prestoration: using species in restoration that will persist now and into the future
BJ Butterfield, SM Copeland, SM Munson, CM Roybal, TE Wood
Restoration Ecology 25, S155-S163, 2017
The genetic basis of speciation in the Giliopsis lineage of Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae)
T Nakazato, LH Rieseberg, TE Wood
Heredity 111 (3), 227, 2013
Matching seed to site by climate similarity: techniques to prioritize plant materials development and use in restoration
KD Doherty, BJ Butterfield, TE Wood
Ecological Applications 27 (3), 1010-1023, 2017
Anticipatory natural resource science and management for a changing future
JB Bradford, JL Betancourt, BJ Butterfield, SM Munson, TE Wood
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (5), 295-303, 2018
Development of native plant materials for restoration and rehabilitation of Colorado Plateau ecosystems
TE Wood, K Doherty, W Padgett
Natural Areas Journal 35 (1), 134-151, 2015
Investigating species boundaries in the Giliopsis group of Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae): Strong discordance among molecular and morphological markers
TE Wood, T Nakazato
American Journal of Botany 96 (4), 853-861, 2009
Landscape genomics of Sphaeralcea ambigua in the Mojave Desert: a multivariate, spatially-explicit approach to guide ecological restoration
DF Shryock, CA Havrilla, LA DeFalco, TC Esque, NA Custer, TE Wood
Conservation genetics 16 (6), 1303-1317, 2015
Local climate and cultivation, but not ploidy, predict functional trait variation in Bouteloua gracilis (Poaceae)
BJ Butterfield, TE Wood
Plant ecology 216 (10), 1341-1349, 2015
Biocrust moss populations differ in growth rates, stress response, and microbial associates
KD Doherty, MA Bowker, AJ Antoninka, NC Johnson, TE Wood
Plant and soil 429 (1-2), 187-198, 2018
Landscape genetic approaches to guide native plant restoration in the Mojave Desert
DF Shryock, CA Havrilla, LA DeFalco, TC Esque, NA Custer, TE Wood
Ecological applications 27 (2), 429-445, 2017
Local biotic adaptation of trees and shrubs to plant neighbors
KC Grady, TE Wood, TE Kolb, E Hersch‐Green, SM Shuster, CA Gehring, ...
Oikos 126 (4), 583-593, 2017
Considering ploidy when producing and using mixed‐source native plant materials for restoration
AT Kramer, TE Wood, S Frischie, K Havens
Restoration Ecology 26 (1), 13-19, 2018
Resolving neutral and deterministic contributions to genomic structure in Syntrichia ruralis (Bryophyta, Pottiaceae) informs propagule sourcing for dryland restoration
R Massatti, KD Doherty, TE Wood
Conservation genetics 19 (1), 85-97, 2018
Ontogeny of Hypselocrinus Hoveyi, Mississippian Cladid Crinoid From Indiana
WI Ausich, TE Wood
Journal of Paleontology 86 (6), 1017-1020, 2012
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