Spencer C.H. Barrett, PhD

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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Baker AM, Barrett SC, Thompson JD. (2019) Variation of pollen limitation in the early flowering Mediterranean geophyte Narcissus assoanus (Amaryllidaceae). Oecologia. 124: 529-535
Balogh CM, Barrett SC. (2018) The influence of floral morph ratios and low plant density on mating and fertility in a tristylous colonizing species Botany. 96: 533-545
Zhou W, Barrett SC, Li HD, et al. (2017) Phylogeographic insights on the evolutionary breakdown of heterostyly. The New Phytologist
Crowson D, Barrett SC, Wright SI. (2017) Purifying and Positive Selection Influence Patterns of Gene Loss and Gene Expression in the Evolution of a Plant Sex Chromosome System. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Barrett SC, Harder LD. (2017) The Ecology of Mating and Its Evolutionary Consequences in Seed Plants Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 48: 135-157
Ferrero V, Barrett SC, Rojas D, et al. (2016) Associations between sex-organ deployment and morph bias in related heterostylous taxa with different stylar polymorphisms. American Journal of Botany
Arunkumar R, Wang W, Wright SI, et al. (2016) The genetic architecture of tristyly and its breakdown to self-fertilization. Molecular Ecology
Costa J, Castro S, Loureiro J, et al. (2016) Experimental insights on the function of ancillary pollen and stigma polymorphisms in plants with heteromorphic incompatibility. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Anderson B, Pauw A, Cole WW, et al. (2016) Pollination, mating and reproductive fitness in a plant population with bimodal floral-tube length. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Yakimowski SB, Barrett SC. (2016) The role of hybridization in the evolution of sexual system diversity in a clonal, aquatic plant. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
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