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Christopher Eckert, Ph.D.

Biology Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada 
Plant Ecology and Evolution
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Greer SU, Wright SI, Eckert CG. (2022) Population bottleneck associated with but likely preceded the recent evolution of self-fertilization in a coastal dune plant. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Opedal ØH, Armbruster WS, Hansen TF, et al. (2022) Evolvability and trait function predict phenotypic divergence of plant populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2203228120
Cross RL, Eckert CG. (2021) Long-term persistence of experimental populations beyond a species' natural range. Ecology. e03432
Ensing DJ, Sora DMDH, Eckert CG. (2021) Chronic selection for early reproductive phenology in an annual plant across a steep, elevational gradient of growing season length. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
López-Villalobos A, Eckert CG. (2019) The contribution of hybridization to range-wide population genetic structure in a Pacific coastal dune plant. American Journal of Botany
Brady SP, Bolnick DI, Angert AL, et al. (2019) Causes of maladaptation. Evolutionary Applications. 12: 1229-1242
Ensing DJ, Eckert CG. (2019) Interannual variation in season length is linked to strong co-gradient plasticity of phenology in a montane annual plant. The New Phytologist
Hargreaves AL, Eckert CG. (2018) Local adaptation primes cold-edge populations for range expansion but not warming-induced range shifts. Ecology Letters
Bartkowska MP, Wong AC, Sagar SP, et al. (2018) Lack of spatial structure for phenotypic and genetic variation despite high self-fertilization in Aquilegia canadensis (Ranunculaceae). Heredity
Moeller DA, Briscoe Runquist RD, Moe AM, et al. (2017) Global biogeography of mating system variation in seed plants. Ecology Letters
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