Hannah Marx

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2016- University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
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Baniaga AE, Marx HE, Arrigo N, et al. (2019) Polyploid plants have faster rates of multivariate niche differentiation than their diploid relatives. Ecology Letters
Marx HE, Richards M, Johnson GM, et al. (2019) Increasing phylogenetic stochasticity at high elevations on summits across a remote North American wilderness. American Journal of Botany
Li D, Trotta L, Marx HE, et al. (2019) For common community phylogenetic analyses, go ahead and use synthesis phylogenies. Ecology. e02788
Lu-Irving P, Marx HE, Dlugosch KM. (2018) Leveraging contemporary species introductions to test phylogenetic hypotheses of trait evolution. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 42: 95-102
Landis JB, Soltis DE, Li Z, et al. (2018) Impact of whole-genome duplication events on diversification rates in angiosperms. American Journal of Botany
Marx HE, Dentant C, Renaud J, et al. (2017) Riders in the sky (islands): using a mega-phylogenetic approach to understand plant species distribution and coexistence at the altitudinal limits of angiosperm plant life. Journal of Biogeography. 44: 2618-2630
Marx HE, Giblin DE, Dunwiddie PW, et al. (2015) Deconstructing Darwin's Naturalization Conundrum in the San Juan Islands using community phylogenetics and functional traits Diversity and Distributions
Goldberg CS, Tank DC, Uribe-Convers S, et al. (2012) Species designation of the Bruneau Dune tiger beetle (Cicindela waynei) is supported by phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequence data Conservation Genetics. 13: 373-380
Marx HE, O'Leary N, Yuan YW, et al. (2010) A molecular phylogeny and classification of Verbenaceae. American Journal of Botany. 97: 1647-63
Yuan YW, Liu C, Marx HE, et al. (2010) An empirical demonstration of using pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) genes as plant phylogenetic tools: phylogeny of Verbenaceae and the Verbena complex. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 54: 23-35
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