Carrie Wu

University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, United States 
"Carrie Wu"
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Sandstedt GD, Wu CA, Sweigart AL. (2020) Evolution of multiple postzygotic barriers between species of the Mimulus tilingii complex. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Lowry D, Sobel J, Angert A, et al. (2019) The case for the continued use of the genus name Mimulus for all monkeyflowers Taxon. 68: 617-623
Fishman L, Willis JH, Wu CA, et al. (2014) Comparative linkage maps suggest that fission, not polyploidy, underlies near-doubling of chromosome number within monkeyflowers (Mimulus; Phrymaceae). Heredity. 112: 562-8
Campbell DR, Wu CA, Travers SE. (2010) Photosynthetic and growth responses of reciprocal hybrids to variation in water and nitrogen availability. American Journal of Botany. 97: 925-33
Wu CA, Lowry DB, Nutter LI, et al. (2010) Natural variation for drought-response traits in the Mimulus guttatus species complex. Oecologia. 162: 23-33
Campbell DR, Waser NM, Aldridge G, et al. (2008) Lifetime fitness in two generations of Ipomopsis hybrids. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 62: 2616-27
Lowry DB, Modliszewski JL, Wright KM, et al. (2008) Review. The strength and genetic basis of reproductive isolating barriers in flowering plants. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 363: 3009-21
Wu CA, Lowry DB, Cooley AM, et al. (2008) Mimulus is an emerging model system for the integration of ecological and genomic studies. Heredity. 100: 220-30
Wu CA, Campbell DR. (2007) Leaf physiology reflects environmental differences and cytoplasmic background in Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae) hybrids. American Journal of Botany. 94: 1804-12
Wu CA, Campbell DR. (2006) Environmental stressors differentially affect leaf ecophysiological responses in two Ipomopsis species and their hybrids. Oecologia. 148: 202-12
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