Stephen J. Tonsor, Ph.D.

Biology University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
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Zhang N, Belsterling B, Raszewski J, et al. (2015) Natural populations of Arabidopsis thaliana differ in seedling responses to high temperature stress. Aob Plants
Zhang N, Tonsor SJ, Traw MB. (2015) A geographic cline in leaf salicylic acid with increasing elevation in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 10: e992741
Zhang N, Lariviere A, Tonsor SJ, et al. (2014) Constitutive camalexin production and environmental stress response variation in Arabidopsis populations from the Iberian Peninsula. Plant Science : An International Journal of Experimental Plant Biology. 225: 77-85
Wolfe MD, Tonsor SJ. (2014) Adaptation to spring heat and drought in northeastern Spanish Arabidopsis thaliana. The New Phytologist. 201: 323-34
Tonsor SJ, Elnaccash TW, Scheiner SM. (2013) Developmental instability is genetically correlated with phenotypic plasticity, constraining heritability, and fitness. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 67: 2923-35
Tonsor SJ. (2012) Population genomics and the causes of local differentiation. Molecular Ecology. 21: 5393-5
Montesinos-Navarro A, Picó FX, Tonsor SJ. (2012) Clinal variation in seed traits influencing life cycle timing in Arabidopsis thaliana. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 66: 3417-31
Montesinos-Navarro A, Wig J, Pico FX, et al. (2011) Arabidopsis thaliana populations show clinal variation in a climatic gradient associated with altitude. The New Phytologist. 189: 282-94
Hale AN, Tonsor SJ, Kalisz S. (2011) Testing the mutualism disruption hypothesis: physiological mechanisms for invasion of intact perennial plant communities Ecosphere. 2: art110
Elnaccash TW, Tonsor SJ. (2010) Something old and something new: wedding recombinant inbred lines with traditional line cross analysis increases power to describe gene interactions. Plos One. 5: e10200
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