Erika Hersch-Green, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Area:
evolution, plant biology
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Cross-listing: Terrestrial Ecology Tree

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Bothwell HM, Cushman SA, Woolbright SA, et al. (2017) Conserving threatened riparian ecosystems in the American West: Precipitation gradients and river networks drive genetic connectivity and diversity in a foundation riparian tree (Populus angustifolia). Molecular Ecology
Hersch-Green EI, Allan GJ, Whitham TG. (2014) Genetic analysis of admixture and patterns of introgression in foundation cottonwood trees (Salicaceae) in southwestern Colorado, USA Tree Genetics and Genomes. 10: 527-539
Bangert R, Ferrier SM, Evans L, et al. (2013) The proportion of three foundation plant species and their genotypes influence an arthropod community: Restoration implications for the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher Restoration Ecology. 21: 447-456
Hersch-Green EI. (2012) Polyploidy in Indian paintbrush (Castilleja; Orobanchaceae) species shapes but does not prevent gene flow across species boundaries. American Journal of Botany. 99: 1680-90
Hersch-Green EI, Myburg H, Johnson MT. (2012) Adaptive molecular evolution of a defence gene in sexual but not functionally asexual evening primroses. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25: 1576-86
Ferrier SM, Bangert RK, Hersch-Green EI, et al. (2012) Unique arthropod communities on different host-plant genotypes results in greater arthropod diversity Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 6: 187-195
Hersch-Green EI, Turley NE, Johnson MT. (2011) Community genetics: what have we accomplished and where should we be going? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 366: 1453-60
Hersch-Green EI, Cronn R. (2009) Tangled trios?: Characterizing a hybrid zone in Castilleja (Orobanchaceae). American Journal of Botany. 96: 1519-31
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