Tia-Lynn Ashman, PhD

Affiliations: 
Biology University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Area:
plant mating system evolution
Website:
http://www.pitt.edu/~biology/Dept/Frame/Faculty/ashman.htm
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Anneberg TJ, Turcotte MM, Ashman TL. (2023) Plant neopolyploidy and genetic background differentiate the microbiome of duckweed across a variety of natural freshwater sources. Molecular Ecology. 32: 5849-5863
Fetters AM, Ashman TL. (2023) The pollen virome: A review of pollen-associated viruses and consequences for plants and their interactions with pollinators. American Journal of Botany. e16144
Iriart V, Baucom RS, Ashman TL. (2022) Interspecific variation in resistance and tolerance to herbicide drift reveals potential consequences for plant community coflowering interactions and structure at the agro-eco interface. Annals of Botany
Wei N, Whyle RL, Ashman TL, et al. (2022) Genotypic variation in floral volatiles influences floral microbiome more strongly than interactions with herbivores and mycorrhizae in strawberriesd. Horticulture Research. 9
Wei N, Whyle RL, Ashman TL, et al. (2022) Genotypic variation in floral volatiles influences floral microbiome more strongly than interactions with herbivores and mycorrhizae in strawberriesd. Horticulture Research. 9
Fetters AM, Cantalupo PG, Wei N, et al. (2022) The pollen virome of wild plants and its association with variation in floral traits and land use. Nature Communications. 13: 523
Rodger JG, Bennett JM, Razanajatovo M, et al. (2021) Widespread vulnerability of flowering plant seed production to pollinator declines. Science Advances. 7: eabd3524
Wei N, Kaczorowski RL, Arceo-Gómez G, et al. (2021) Pollinators contribute to the maintenance of flowering plant diversity. Nature
Ramos SE, Rzodkiewicz LD, Turcotte MM, et al. (2021) Damage and recovery from drift of synthetic-auxin herbicide dicamba depends on concentration and varies among floral, vegetative, and lifetime traits in rapid cycling Brassica rapa. The Science of the Total Environment. 801: 149732
Russell AL, Fetters AM, James EI, et al. (2021) Pollinator effectiveness is affected by intraindividual behavioral variation. Oecologia
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