D Lawrence Venable, Ph.D.

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
plant population and community dynamics, plant reproductive ecology
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Huang Z, Liu S, Bradford KJ, et al. (2016) The contribution of germination functional traits to population dynamics of a desert plant community Ecology. 97: 250-261
Larios E, Venable DL. (2015) Maternal adjustment of offspring provisioning and the consequences for dispersal. Ecology. 96: 2771-80
Rubio de Casas R, Donohue K, Venable DL, et al. (2015) Gene-flow through space and time: dispersal, dormancy and adaptation to changing environments Evolutionary Ecology. 29: 813-831
Kimball S, Gremer JR, Barron-Gafford GA, et al. (2014) High water-use efficiency and growth contribute to success of non-native Erodium cicutarium in a Sonoran Desert winter annual community. Conservation Physiology. 2: cou006
Angert AL, Kimball S, Peterson M, et al. (2014) Phenotypic constraints and community structure: linking trade-offs within and among species. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 68: 3149-65
Willis CG, Baskin CC, Baskin JM, et al. (2014) The evolution of seed dormancy: environmental cues, evolutionary hubs, and diversification of the seed plants. The New Phytologist. 203: 300-9
Gremer JR, Venable DL. (2014) Bet hedging in desert winter annual plants: optimal germination strategies in a variable environment. Ecology Letters. 17: 380-7
Horst JL, Kimball S, Becerra JX, et al. (2014) Documenting the early stages of invasion of Matthiola parviflora and predicting its spread in North America Southwestern Naturalist. 59: 47-55
Larios E, Búrquez A, Becerra JX, et al. (2014) Natural selection on seed size through the life cycle of a desert annual plant Ecology. 95: 3213-3220
Gremer JR, Kimball S, Keck KR, et al. (2013) Water-use efficiency and relative growth rate mediate competitive interactions in Sonoran Desert winter annual plants. American Journal of Botany. 100: 2009-15
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