Jamie L. Kostyun, Ph.D.

2012-2017 Biology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
 2017- Plant Biology The University of Vermont and State Agricultural College 
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Hendelman A, Zebell S, Rodriguez-Leal D, et al. (2021) Conserved pleiotropy of an ancient plant homeobox gene uncovered by cis-regulatory dissection. Cell
Preston JC, Powers B, Kostyun JL, et al. (2019) Implications of region-specific gene expression for development of the partially fused petunia corolla. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology
Kostyun JL, Robertson JE, Preston JC. (2019) Evidence of a largely staminal origin for the (Solanaceae) floral corona. Evodevo. 10: 9
Kostyun JL, Gibson MJS, King CM, et al. (2019) A simple genetic architecture and low constraint allows rapid floral evolution in a diverse and recently radiating plant genus. The New Phytologist
Wu M, Kostyun JL, Moyle LC. (2019) Genome sequence of Jaltomata addresses rapid reproductive trait evolution and enhances comparative genomics in the hyper-diverse Solanaceae. Genome Biology and Evolution
Wu M, Kostyun JL, Hahn MW, et al. (2018) Dissecting the basis of novel trait evolution in a radiation with widespread phylogenetic discordance. Molecular Ecology
Kostyun JL, Preston JC, Moyle LC. (2017) Heterochronic developmental shifts underlie floral diversity within Jaltomata (Solanaceae). Evodevo. 8: 17
Kostyun JL, Moyle LC. (2017) Multiple strong postmating and intrinsic postzygotic reproductive barriers isolate florally diverse species of Jaltomata (Solanaceae). Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Moyle LC, Jewell CP, Kostyun JL. (2014) Fertile approaches to dissecting mechanisms of premating and postmating prezygotic reproductive isolation. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 18: 16-23
Haak DC, Kostyun JL, Moyle LC. (2014) Merging ecology and genomics to dissect diversity in wild tomatoes and their relatives. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 781: 273-98
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