Janet Gehring, PhD

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Bradley University 
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Gehring JL, Delph LF. (2006) Effects of reduced source-sink ratio on the cost of reproduction in females of Silene latifolia International Journal of Plant Sciences. 167: 843-851
Delph LF, Gehring JL, Arntz AM, et al. (2005) Genetic correlations with floral display lead to sexual dimorphism in the cost of reproduction. The American Naturalist. 166: S31-41
Delph LF, Gehring JL, Frey FM, et al. (2004) Genetic constraints on floral evolution in a sexually dimorphic plant revealed by artificial selection. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 58: 1936-46
Delph LF, Frey FM, Steven JC, et al. (2004) Investigating the independent evolution of the size of floral organs via G-matrix estimation and artificial selection. Evolution & Development. 6: 438-48
Gehring JL, Scoby J, Parsons M, et al. (2004) Whole-plant investment in nectar is greater for males than pollinated females in the dioecious plant Silene latifolia Evolutionary Ecology Research. 6: 1237-1252
Linhart YB, Gehring JL. (2003) Genetic Variability and Its Ecological Implications in the Clonal Plant Carex scopulorum Holm. in Colorado Tundra Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 35: 429-433
Linhart YB, Ellwood LM, Karron JD, et al. (2003) Genetic differentiation in the dwarf mistletoes Arceuthobium vaginatum and Arceuthobium americanum on their principal and secondary hosts International Journal of Plant Sciences. 164: 61-69
Gehring JL, Delph LF. (1999) Fine-scale genetic structure and clinal variation in silene acaulis despite high gene flow Heredity. 82: 628-37
Crone EE, Gehring JL. (1998) Population viability of Rorippa columbiae: Multiple models and spatial trend data Conservation Biology. 12: 1054-1065
Gehring JL, Monson RK. (1994) Sexual differences in gas exchange and response to environmental stress in dioecious Silene latifolia (Caryophyllaceae) American Journal of Botany. 81: 166-174
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