Lesley G. Campbell

Affiliations: 
Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
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Plant Evolutionary Ecology
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Campbell LG, Melles SJ, Vaz E, et al. (2018) Pollen sleuthing for terrestrial plant surveys: Locating plant populations by exploiting pollen movement. Applications in Plant Sciences. 6: e1020
Campbell LG, Shukla K, Sneck ME, et al. (2016) The Effect of Altered Soil Moisture on Hybridization Rate in a Crop-Wild System (Raphanus spp.). Plos One. 11: e0166802
Teitel Z, Klimowski A, Campbell LG. (2016) Assessing the effects of hybridization and precipitation on invasive weed demography using strength of selection on vital rates. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 16: 266
Campbell LG, Teitel Z, Miriti MN. (2016) Contemporary evolution and the dynamics of invasion in crop-wild hybrids with heritable variation for two weedy life-histories. Evolutionary Applications. 9: 697-708
Campbell LG, Lee D, Shukla K, et al. (2016) An ecological approach to measuring the evolutionary consequences of gene flow from crops to wild or weedy relatives. Applications in Plant Sciences. 4
Hixson SM, Shukla K, Campbell LG, et al. (2016) Long-Chain Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Have Developmental Effects on the Crop Pest, the Cabbage White Butterfly Pieris rapae. Plos One. 11: e0152264
Teitel Z, Laursen AE, Campbell LG. (2016) Germination rates of weedy radish populations (Raphanus spp.) altered by crop-wild hybridisation, not human-mediated changes to soil moisture Weed Research. 56: 149-158
Woods ME, Ata R, Teitel Z, et al. (2016) Crop diversity and plant–plant interactions in urban allotment gardens Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 1-10
Campbell LG, Parker RJ, Blakelock G, et al. (2015) Maternal environment influences propagule pressure of an invasive plant, Raphanus raphanistrum (Brassicaceae) International Journal of Plant Sciences. 176: 393-403
Campbell LG, Teitel Z, Miriti MN, et al. (2014) Context-specific enhanced invasiveness of Raphanus cropwild hybrids: A test for associations between greater fecundity and population growth | Accentuation du caractére envahissant des hybrides cultivé ssauvages de Raphanus selon la situation : Essais d’association entre une meilleure fécondité et la croissance démographique Canadian Journal of Plant Science. 94: 1315-1324
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