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John R. Stinchcombe

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Evolutionary genetics, Evolutionary ecology
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Henry GA, Stinchcombe JR. (2023) Strong selection is poorly aligned with genetic variation in Ipomoea hederacea: implications for divergence and constraint. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Henry GA, Stinchcombe JR. (2022) G-matrix stability in clinally diverging populations of an annual weed. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Kreiner JM, Latorre SM, Burbano HA, et al. (2022) Rapid weed adaptation and range expansion in response to agriculture over the past two centuries. Science (New York, N.Y.). 378: 1079-1085
Parshuram ZA, Harrison TL, Simonsen AK, et al. (2022) Nonsymbiotic legumes are more invasive, but only if polyploid. The New Phytologist
Cornille A, Tiret M, Salcedo A, et al. (2022) The relative role of plasticity and demographic history in : a common garden experiment in Asia and Europe. Aob Plants. 14: plac011
Kreiner JM, Sandler G, Stern AJ, et al. (2022) Repeated origins, widespread gene flow, and allelic interactions of target-site herbicide resistance mutations. Elife. 11
Kreiner JM, Caballero A, Wright SI, et al. (2021) Selective ancestral sorting and de novo evolution in the agricultural invasion of Amaranthus tuberculatus. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Horvath R, Josephs EB, Pesquet E, et al. (2021) Selection on accessible chromatin regions in Capsella grandiflora. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Afkhami ME, Friesen ML, Stinchcombe JR. (2021) Multiple Mutualism Effects generate synergistic selection and strengthen fitness alignment in the interaction between legumes, rhizobia and mycorrhizal fungi. Ecology Letters
McGoey BV, Stinchcombe JR. (2021) Introduced populations of ragweed show as much evolutionary potential as native populations. Evolutionary Applications. 14: 1436-1449
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