Diane Campbell

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University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
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Campbell DR, Bischoff M, Raguso RA, et al. (2022) Selection of Floral Traits by Pollinators and Seed Predators during Sequential Life History Stages. The American Naturalist. 199: 808-823
Mullins M, Uyl JD, Cruz E, et al. (2020) Advanced phenology of intraguild predators shifts herbivore host plant preference and performance Ecological Entomology. 45: 1004-1014
Campbell DR, Faidiga A, Trujillo G. (2018) Clines in traits compared over two decades in a plant hybrid zone. Annals of Botany
Powers J, Seco R, Faiola C, et al. (2018) Timing of floral volatiles emission in two sympatric Schiedea species (Caryophyllaceae) coincides with foraging activity of a shared crepuscular pollinator F1000research. 7
Campbell DR, Brody AK, Price MV, et al. (2017) Is Plant Fitness Proportional to Seed Set? An Experiment and a Spatial Model. The American Naturalist. 190: 818-827
Weller SG, Sakai AK, Campbell DR, et al. (2017) An enigmatic Hawaiian moth is a missing link in the adaptive radiation of Schiedea. The New Phytologist. 213: 1533-1542
Schaefer J, Duvernell D, Campbell DC. (2016) Hybridization and introgression in two ecologically dissimilar Fundulus hybrid zones. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Campbell D, Keddy PA, Broussard M, et al. (2016) Small Changes in Flooding Have Large Consequences: Experimental Data from Ten Wetland Plants Wetlands. 1-10
Campbell DR, Jürgens A, Johnson SD. (2015) Reproductive isolation between Zaluzianskya species: the influence of volatiles and flower orientation on hawkmoth foraging choices. The New Phytologist
Bischoff M, Raguso RA, Jürgens A, et al. (2015) Context-dependent reproductive isolation mediated by floral scent and color. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 69: 1-13
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