Risa Sargent, Ph.D.

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Biology University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada 
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Sargent RD, McKeough AD. (2022) New Evidence Suggests No Sex Bias in Herbivory or Plant Defense. The American Naturalist. 200: 435-447
Sevenello M, Sargent RD, Forrest JRK. (2020) Spring wildflower phenology and pollinator activity respond similarly to climatic variation in an eastern hardwood forest. Oecologia
Groulx AF, Sargent RD. (2018) Purple Loosestrife Provides Long-Distance Pollinator Attraction to a Coflowering Native Species International Journal of Plant Sciences. 179: 593-602
Charlebois JA, Sargent RD. (2017) No consistent pollinator-mediated impacts of alien plants on natives. Ecology Letters
Sargent RD, Angert AL, Williams JL. (2017) When are species invasions useful for addressing fundamental questions in plant biology? American Journal of Botany
Stastny M, Sargent RD. (2017) Evidence for rapid evolutionary change in an invasive plant in response to biological control. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Thomsen CJ, Sargent RD. (2017) Evidence that a herbivore tolerance response affects selection on floral traits and inflorescence architecture in purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria). Annals of Botany
Moeller DA, Briscoe Runquist RD, Moe AM, et al. (2017) Global biogeography of mating system variation in seed plants. Ecology Letters
McKechnie IM, Thomsen CJ, Sargent RD. (2017) Forested field edges support a greater diversity of wild pollinators in lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 237: 154-161
Russell-Mercier JL, Sargent RD. (2015) Indirect effects of herbivory on plant-pollinator interactions in invasive Lythrum salicaria. American Journal of Botany. 102: 661-8
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