Ruth Shaw, Ph.D.

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Ecology, Evolution and Behavior University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Parents

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Janis Antonovics grad student Duke (Evolution Tree)
Joseph Felsenstein post-doc 1984-1987 University of Washington

Children

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Robert H. Podolsky grad student 1989-1994 UC Riverside (Evolution Tree)
Julie R. Etterson grad student 2000 UMN
Stacey L. Halpern grad student 2003 UMN
Jason D. Hill grad student 2004 UMN
Eric V. Lonsdorf grad student 2004 UMN
Kristin L. Mercer grad student 2005 UMN
John L. Stanton-Geddes grad student 2006-2011 UMN (Evolution Tree)
Amy B. Dykstra grad student 2013 UMN
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Etterson JR, Franks SJ, Mazer SJ, et al. (2016) Project Baseline: An unprecedented resource to study plant evolution across space and time. American Journal of Botany
Kittelson PM, Wagenius S, Nielsen R, et al. (2015) How functional traits, herbivory, and genetic diversity interact in Echinacea: implications for fragmented populations. Ecology. 96: 1877-86
Eck DJ, Shaw RG, Geyer CJ, et al. (2015) An integrated analysis of phenotypic selection on insect body size and development time. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 69: 2525-32
van der Graaf A, Wardenaar R, Neumann DA, et al. (2015) Rate, spectrum, and evolutionary dynamics of spontaneous epimutations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 6676-81
Eckberg JO, Casler MD, Johnson GA, et al. (2015) Switchgrass population and cold–moist stratification mediate germination Crop Science. 55: 2746-2752
Shaw RG, Wagenius S, Geyer CJ. (2015) The susceptibility of Echinacea angustifolia to a specialist aphid: Eco-evolutionary perspective on genotypic variation and demographic consequences Journal of Ecology. 103: 809-818
Shaw RG, Wagenius S, Geyer CJ. (2015) The susceptibility of Echinacea angustifolia to a specialist aphid: Eco-evolutionary perspective on genotypic variation and demographic consequences Journal of Ecology. 103: 809-818
Liew CZ, Shaw R. (2015) Dealing with data pitfall in RFID network Proceedings of 2014 Ieee International Conference On Consumer Electronics - China, Icce-C 2014
Kittelson PM, Wagenius S, Nielsen R, et al. (2015) How functional traits, herbivory, and genetic diversity interact in Echinacea: Implications for fragmented populations Ecology. 96: 1877-1886
Lau JA, Shaw RG, Reich PB, et al. (2014) Indirect effects drive evolutionary responses to global change. The New Phytologist. 201: 335-43
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