Mark Rausher

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Duke University, Durham, NC 
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http://www.duke.edu/%7emrausher/labpage.htm
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Julie Byrd Hebert research assistant 2001-2002 Duke
Helen M. Alexander grad student U. Kansas
Kerry Bright grad student Univ. Montana
Diane Campbell grad student UC Irvine
Shu-Mei Chang grad student U Georgia
Wendy (Fineblum) Hall grad student Duke
David Hougen-Eitzman grad student Carlton University
Keisuke Iwao grad student St. Andrews U. (Japan)
Irene Liao grad student UCLA
Rong-Chien Lin grad student Academia Sinica
Rodney Mauricio grad student U Georgia
Laura Mojonnier grad student Indiana University
Daniel R. Papaj grad student U Arizona
Susan Paulsen grad student Duke
Diana Pilson grad student University of Nebraska
Joanna Rifkin grad student U Toronto
Robin Smith grad student Duke
Marcy C. Speer grad student Duke (MathTree)
Banumathi Subramaniam grad student U. Massachusetts
Peter Tiffin grad student UMN
Peter Turchin grad student University of Connecticut
Nora Underwood grad student Florida State (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Jamie Wagner grad student Duke
Kevin Wright grad student Duke
Gongyuan Cao grad student 2019- Duke
Sara Via grad student 1983 U Maryland
Tamra C. Mendelson grad student 2001 U Maryland Baltimore County (FlyTree)
John R. Stinchcombe grad student 2001 U Toronto
Matthew T. Rutter grad student 2002 College of Charleston (FlyTree)
Laurel C. Coberly grad student 2003 Duke (FlyTree)
Matthew W. Hahn grad student 2003 Indiana University
Michael J. Wise grad student 2003 Duke
Rebecca A. Zufall grad student 2003 University of Houston (FlyTree)
Joel M. Kniskern grad student 2004 Duke (FlyTree)
Mario Vallejo-Marin grad student 2006 Stirling University
David L. Des Marais grad student 2001-2008 MIT
Thomas M. Chappell grad student 2010 Texas A & M (FlyTree)
Robin Hopkins grad student 2010 Harvard
Carolyn A. Wessinger grad student 2013 U South Carolina (FlyTree)
Tanya M. Duncan grad student 2005-2013 Duke
James Fry post-doc Rochester
Yingqing Lu post-doc Institue of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Talline Martins post-doc U Florida
Richard Miller post-doc Southeastern Louisiana University
Francois Odendall post-doc Duke
Kate Ostevik post-doc UC Riverside
Ellen Simms post-doc UC Berkeley
Stacey Dewitt Smith post-doc U Colorado
Matthew A. Streisfeld post-doc University of Oregon
Diana E. Wolf post-doc U Alaska
Marc T. J. Johnson post-doc 2007-2008 Duke
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Liao IT, Rifkin JL, Cao G, et al. (2021) Modularity and selection of nectar traits in the evolution of the selfing syndrome in Ipomoea lacunosa (Convolvulaceae). The New Phytologist
Rifkin JL, Cao G, Rausher MD. (2021) Genetic architecture of divergence: the selfing syndrome in Ipomoea lacunosa. American Journal of Botany
Lin RC, Rausher MD. (2021) Ancient gene duplications, rather than polyploidization, facilitate diversification of petal pigmentation patterns in Clarkia gracilis (Onagraceae). Molecular Biology and Evolution
Ostevik KL, Rifkin JL, Xia H, et al. (2021) Morning glory species co-occurrence is associated with asymmetrically decreased and cascading reproductive isolation. Evolution Letters. 5: 75-85
Ohsaki N, Ohata M, Sato Y, et al. (2020) Host Plant Choice Determined by Reproductive Interference between Closely Related Butterflies. The American Naturalist. 196: 512-523
Lin RC, Rausher MD. (2020) R2R3-MYB genes control petal pigmentation patterning in Clarkia gracilis ssp. sonomensis (Onagraceae). The New Phytologist
Jiang P, Rausher M. (2020) Retraction Note: Two genetic changes in cis-regulatory elements caused evolution of petal spot position in Clarkia. Nature Plants
Duncan TM, Rausher MD. (2020) Selection favors loss of floral pigmentation in a highly selfing morning glory. Plos One. 15: e0231263
Feng C, Wang J, Wu L, et al. (2020) The genome of a cave plant, Primulina huaijiensis, provides insights into adaptation to limestone karst habitats. The New Phytologist
Muñoz-Rodríguez P, Carruthers T, Wood JRI, et al. (2019) A taxonomic monograph of Ipomoea integrated across phylogenetic scales. Nature Plants. 5: 1136-1144
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