Linyi Zhang

Rice University, Houston, TX 
Evolutionary biology
"Linyi Zhang"
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Ward AKG, Busbee RW, Chen RA, et al. (2022) The Arthropod Associates of 155 North American Cynipid Oak Galls. Zoological Studies. 61: e57
Ward AKG, Bagley RK, Egan SP, et al. (2022) Speciation in Nearctic oak gall wasps is frequently correlated with changes in host plant, host organ, or both. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Zhang YM, Sheikh SI, Ward AKG, et al. (2022) Delimiting the cryptic diversity and host preferences of Sycophila parasitoid wasps associated with oak galls using phylogenomic data. Molecular Ecology
Zhang L, Chaturvedi S, Nice CC, et al. (2022) Population genomic evidence of selection on structural variants in a natural hybrid zone. Molecular Ecology
Du X, Wang Z, Han K, et al. (2021) Fine mapping of a major quantitative trait locus, responsible for plant height in foxtail millet [ (L.) P. Beauv.]. Molecular Breeding : New Strategies in Plant Improvement. 41: 77
Zhang L, Reifová R, Halenková Z, et al. (2021) How Important Are Structural Variants for Speciation? Genes. 12
Zhang L, Hood GR, Carroo I, et al. (2021) Context-Dependent Reproductive Isolation: Host Plant Variability Drives Fitness of Hybrid Herbivores. The American Naturalist. 197: 732-739
Zhang L, Hood GR, Roush AM, et al. (2020) Asymmetric, but opposing reductions in immigrant viability and fecundity promote reproductive isolation among host-associated populations of an insect herbivore. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Zhang L, Hood GR, Ott JR, et al. (2019) Temporal isolation between sympatric host plants cascades across multiple trophic levels of host-associated insects. Biology Letters. 15: 20190572
Hood GR, Zhang L, Hu EG, et al. (2019) Cascading reproductive isolation: plant phenology drives temporal isolation among populations of a host-specific herbivore. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
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