Maia F. Bailey, PhD

Providence College, Providence, RI, United States 
"Maia Bailey"


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Lynda Delph grad student 2002 Indiana University
 (The genetic components of sex expression and their fitness effects in a gynodioecious species.)
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Montgomery BR, Bailey MF, Brown GG, et al. (2014) Evaluation of the cost of restoration of male fertility in Brassica napus Botany. 92: 847-853
Caruso CM, Case AL, Bailey MF. (2012) The evolutionary ecology of cytonuclear interactions in angiosperms. Trends in Plant Science. 17: 638-43
Delph LF, Bailey MF. (2010) The nearness of you: the effect of population structure on siring success in a gynodioecious species. Molecular Ecology. 19: 1520-2
McCauley DE, Bailey MF. (2009) Recent advances in the study of gynodioecy: the interface of theory and empiricism. Annals of Botany. 104: 611-20
McCauley DE, Sundby AK, Bailey MF, et al. (2007) Inheritance of chloroplast DNA is not strictly maternal in Silene vulgaris (Caryophyllaceae): evidence from experimental crosses and natural populations. American Journal of Botany. 94: 1333-7
Bailey MF, Delph LF. (2007) Sex-ratio evolution in nuclear-cytoplasmic gynodioecy when restoration is a threshold trait. Genetics. 176: 2465-76
Delph LF, Touzet P, Bailey MF. (2007) Merging theory and mechanism in studies of gynodioecy. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 22: 17-24
Bailey MF, Delph LF. (2007) A field guide to models of sex-ratio evolution in gynodioecious species Oikos. 116: 1609-1617
Bailey MF, McCauley DE. (2006) The effects of inbreeding, outbreeding and long-distance gene flow on survivorship in North American populations of Silene vulgaris Journal of Ecology. 94: 98-109
McCauley DE, Bailey MF, Sherman NA, et al. (2005) Evidence for paternal transmission and heteroplasmy in the mitochondrial genome of Silene vulgaris, a gynodioecious plant. Heredity. 95: 50-8
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