George A. Meindl, Ph.D.

Biological Sciences University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
plant mating system evolution
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Tia-Lynn Ashman grad student 2014 University of Pittsburgh
 (Ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant growth on serpentine soil: Effects of soil metals on plant morphology, metal accumulation, plant-pollinator interactions, and pollen-pistil interactions.)
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Enochs B, Meindl G, Shidemantle G, et al. (2023) Short and long-term phytoremediation capacity of aquatic plants in Cu-polluted environments. Heliyon. 9: e12805
Wuerthner VP, Jaeger J, Garramone PS, et al. (2019) Inducible pesticide tolerance in influenced by resource availability. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 1182-1190
DiGiacopo DG, Meindl GA, Ryan S, et al. (2018) Interaction between invasive plant leaf litter and NaCl on two model amphibians Biological Invasions. 21: 391-403
Alonso C, Arceo-Gómez G, Meindl GA, et al. (2017) Delimiting plant diversity that is functionally related via interactions with diurnal pollinators: An expanded use of rarefaction curves Flora. 232: 56-62
Meindl GA, Ashman T. (2017) Effects of soil metals on pollen germination, fruit production, and seeds per fruit differ between a Ni hyperaccumulator and a congeneric nonaccumulator Plant and Soil. 420: 493-503
Arceo-Gómez G, Abdala-Roberts L, Jankowiak A, et al. (2015) Patterns of among- and within-species variation in heterospecific pollen receipt: The importance of ecological generalization. American Journal of Botany
Wipf HM, Meindl GA, Ashman TL. (2015) A first test of elemental allelopathy via heterospecific pollen receipt. American Journal of Botany
Lariviere A, Limeri LB, Meindl GA, et al. (2015) Herbivory and relative growth rates of Pieris rapae are correlated with host constitutive salicylic acid and flowering time. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 41: 350-9
Meindl GA, Ashman TL. (2015) Effects of floral metal accumulation on floral visitor communities: Introducing the elemental filter hypothesis. American Journal of Botany. 102: 379-89
Koski MH, Meindl GA, Arceo-Gómez G, et al. (2015) Plant–flower visitor networks in a serpentine metacommunity: assessing traits associated with keystone plant species Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 9: 9-21
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