Kathleen M. Kay

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
Botany Biology, Evolution and Development Biology, Plant Culture Agriculture
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Douglas W. Schemske grad student 2004 Michigan State
 (The evolution of floral characters and reproductive isolation in neotropical Costus (Costaceae).)
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Kay KM, Grossenbacher DL. (2022) Evolutionary convergence on hummingbird pollination in Neotropical Costus provides insight into the causes of pollinator shifts. The New Phytologist
Sianta SA, Kay KM. (2022) Phylogenomic analysis does not support a classic but controversial hypothesis of progenitor-derivative origins for the serpentine endemic Clarkia franciscana. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Ávila-Lovera E, Goldsmith GR, Kay KM, et al. (2022) Above- and below-ground functional trait coordination in the Neotropical understory genus . Aob Plants. 14: plab073
Goff KA, Martinez Del Rio C, Kay KM. (2021) A greenhouse experiment partially supports inferences of ecogeographic isolation from niche models of Clarkia sister species. American Journal of Botany
Sianta SA, Kay KM. (2021) Parallel evolution of phenological isolation across the speciation continuum in serpentine-adapted annual wildflowers. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20203076
Kay KM, Jogesh T, Tataru D, et al. (2020) Darwin's vexing contrivance: a new hypothesis for why some flowers have two kinds of anther. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20202593
Vargas OM, Goldston B, Grossenbacher DL, et al. (2020) Patterns of speciation are similar across mountainous and lowland regions for a Neotropical plant radiation (Costaceae: Costus). Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Peterson ML, Angert AL, Kay KM. (2020) Experimental migration upward in elevation is associated with strong selection on life history traits. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 612-625
Sianta SA, Kay KM. (2019) Adaptation and divergence in edaphic specialists and generalists: serpentine soil endemics in the California flora occur in barer serpentine habitats with lower soil calcium levels than serpentine tolerators. American Journal of Botany. 106: 690-703
Lowry D, Sobel J, Angert A, et al. (2019) The case for the continued use of the genus name Mimulus for all monkeyflowers Taxon. 68: 617-623
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