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Lynda Delph, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Plant evolution, evolution of sexual dimorphism
Website:
http://sites.bio.indiana.edu/~delphlab/research.html
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Cross-listing: Evolution Tree

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Kayri Havens grad student 1994 Indiana University
Deborah Marr grad student 1997 Indiana University
Sandra Davis grad student 1998 Indiana University
Cynthia Weinig grad student 1998 Indiana University
Dana Dudle grad student 1999 Indiana University
Naoki Takebayashi grad student 2000 Indiana University
Maia F. Bailey grad student 2002 Indiana University
Maia Bailey grad student 1995-2002 Providence College (Evolution Tree)
Frank M. Frey grad student 2003 Indiana University
Ingrid A. Anderson grad student 2005 Indiana University
Jeremiah W. Busch grad student 2005 Indiana University
Amanda N. Brothers grad student 2010 Indiana University
Phil Nista grad student 2013 Indiana University (Evolution Tree)
Daniela L. Bell post-doc Indiana University
Steven B. Carroll post-doc 1991-1993 Indiana University
Pia Mutikainen post-doc 1994-1995 Indiana University
Janet Gehring post-doc 1993-1996 Indiana University
Molly Nepokroeff post-doc 1997-1998 Indiana University
Thomas Stadler post-doc 1998-2000 Indiana University
Michele Arntz post-doc 1999-2002 Indiana University
Ivan Scotti post-doc 2004-2004 Indiana University
Janet Steven post-doc 2003-2005 Indiana University
Christopher R. Herlihy post-doc 2004-2008 Indiana University (Evolution Tree)
Ben Montgomery post-doc 2007-2010 Indiana University (Evolution Tree)
Rebecca Flanagan post-doc 2009-2010 Indiana University (Evolution Tree)
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Steven JC, Anderson IA, Brodie ED, et al. (2020) Rapid reversal of a potentially constraining genetic covariance between leaf and flower traits in . Ecology and Evolution. 10: 569-578
Brothers AN, Delph LF. (2017) Divergence in style length and pollen size leads to a postmating-prezygotic reproductive barrier among populations of Silene latifolia. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Busch JW, Delph LF. (2017) Evolution: Selfing Takes Species Down Stebbins's Blind Alley. Current Biology : Cb. 27: R61-R63
Nista P, Brothers AN, Delph LF. (2015) Differences in style length confer prezygotic isolation between two dioecious species of Silene in sympatry. Ecology and Evolution. 5: 2703-11
Arthofer W, Bertini L, et al. (2015) Genomic Resources Notes accepted 1 February 2015 - 31 March 2015. Molecular Ecology Resources. 15: 1014-1015
Rausher MD, Delph LF. (2015) Commentary: When does understanding phenotypic evolution require identification of the underlying genes? Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 69: 1655-64
Nista P, Brothers AN, Delph LF. (2015) Differences in style length confer prezygotic isolation between two dioecious species of Silene in sympatry Ecology and Evolution
Weingartner LA, Delph LF. (2014) Neo-sex chromosome inheritance across species in Silene hybrids. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27: 1491-9
Demuth JP, Flanagan RJ, Delph LF. (2014) Genetic architecture of isolation between two species of Silene with sex chromosomes and Haldane's rule. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 68: 332-42
Delph LF, Kelly JK. (2014) On the importance of balancing selection in plants. The New Phytologist. 201: 45-56
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