Andrew R. Raduski

University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
"Andrew Raduski"
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Price JH, Raduski AR, Brandvain Y, et al. (2022) Development of first linkage map for Silphium integrifolium (Asteraceae) enables identification of sporophytic self-incompatibility locus. Heredity
Raduski AR, Igić B. (2021) Biosystematic studies on the status of Solanum chilense. American Journal of Botany. 108: 520-537
Raduski AR, Herman A, Pogoda C, et al. (2021) Patterns of genetic variation in a prairie wildflower, Silphium integrifolium, suggest a non-prairie origin and locally adaptive variation. American Journal of Botany. 108: 145-158
Raduski AR, Haney EB, Igić B. (2012) The expression of self-incompatibility in angiosperms is bimodal. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 66: 1275-83
Strasburg JL, Kane NC, Raduski AR, et al. (2011) Effective population size is positively correlated with levels of adaptive divergence among annual sunflowers. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 28: 1569-80
Blackman BK, Rasmussen DA, Strasburg JL, et al. (2011) Contributions of flowering time genes to sunflower domestication and improvement. Genetics. 187: 271-87
Raduski AR, Rieseberg LH, Strasburg JL. (2010) Effective population size, gene flow, and species status in a narrow endemic sunflower, Helianthus neglectus, compared to its widespread sister species, H. petiolaris. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 11: 492-506
Blackman BK, Strasburg JL, Raduski AR, et al. (2010) The role of recently derived FT paralogs in sunflower domestication. Current Biology : Cb. 20: 629-35
Kane NC, King MG, Barker MS, et al. (2009) Comparative genomic and population genetic analyses indicate highly porous genomes and high levels of gene flow between divergent helianthus species. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 63: 2061-75
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