Charles B. Fenster, Ph. D.

Affiliations: 
Biology University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Area:
Evolutionary process, floral evolution
Website:
http://www.life.umd.edu/biology/fensterlab/
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/2444744

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Fenster CB, Ballou JD, Dudash MR, et al. (2018) Conservation and Genetics. The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 91: 491-501
Weng ML, Becker C, Hildebrandt J, et al. (2018) Fine-Grained Analysis of Spontaneous Mutation Spectrum and Frequency in . Genetics
Zhou J, Zimmer EA, Fenster CB, et al. (2018) Characterization of the mating system of a native perennial tetraploid herb, Silene stellata. American Journal of Botany
Rutter MT, Roles AJ, Fenster CB. (2018) Quantifying natural seasonal variation in mutation parameters with mutation accumulation lines. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 5575-5585
Zhou J, Dudash MR, Zimmer EA, et al. (2018) Comparison of population genetic structures of the plant Silene stellata and its obligate pollinating seed predator moth Hadena ectypa. Annals of Botany
Simpson AG, Wagner PJ, Wing SL, et al. (2018) Binary-state speciation and extinction method is conditionally robust to realistic violations of its assumptions. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 18: 69
Park B, Rutter MT, Fenster CB, et al. (2017) Distributions of Mutational Effects and the Estimation of Directional Selection in Divergent Lineages of Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics
Zhou J, Dudash MR, Fenster CB, et al. (2016) Development of highly variable microsatellite markers for the tetraploid Silene stellata (Caryophyllaceae). Applications in Plant Sciences. 4
Stearns FW, Fenster CB. (2016) The effect of induced mutations on quantitative traits in Arabidopsis thaliana: Natural versus artificial conditions. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 8366-8374
Diller C, Fenster CB. (2016) Corolla chirality does not contribute to directed pollen movement in Hypericum perforatum (Hypericaceae): mirror image pinwheel flowers function as radially symmetric flowers in pollination. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 5076-86
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