Mark O. Johnston

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Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
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Kozela C, Johnston MO. (2020) Effect of Salt Stress on Mutation and Genetic Architecture for Fitness Components in . G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
Panchen ZA, Johnston MO. (2018) Shifts in pollen release envelope differ between genera with non-uniform climate change. American Journal of Botany
Johnston MO, Bartkowska MP. (2017) Individual pollen limitation, phylogeny and selection. The New Phytologist. 214: 909-912
Moeller DA, Briscoe Runquist RD, Moe AM, et al. (2017) Global biogeography of mating system variation in seed plants. Ecology Letters
McElroy M, Papadopoulos YA, Glover KE, et al. (2016) Interactions between cultivars of legume species (Trifolium pratense L., Medicago sativa L.) and grasses (Phleum pratense L., Lolium perenne L.) under different nitrogen levels Canadian Journal of Plant Science. 97: 214-225
Bartkowska MP, Johnston MO. (2015) Pollen limitation and its influence on natural selection through seed set. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Bartkowska MP, Johnston MO. (2014) The sexual neighborhood through time: competition and facilitation for pollination in Lobelia cardinalis. Ecology. 95: 910-9
Bartkowska MP, Johnston MO. (2012) Pollinators cause stronger selection than herbivores on floral traits in Lobelia cardinalis (Lobeliaceae). The New Phytologist. 193: 1039-48
Winn AA, Elle E, Kalisz S, et al. (2011) Analysis of inbreeding depression in mixed-mating plants provides evidence for selective interference and stable mixed mating. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 65: 3339-59
Goodwillie C, Sargent RD, Eckert CG, et al. (2010) Correlated evolution of mating system and floral display traits in flowering plants and its implications for the distribution of mating system variation. The New Phytologist. 185: 311-21
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