Recent Publications

2019

Bonner, C., Sokolov, N., Westover, S.E., Ho, M., and Weis, A. E.  2019. Phenological divergence impedes hybridization: experimental tests and their implications for assisted gene flow. Ecology and Evolution. PDF

Start, D., A.E. Weis and B. Gilbert. 2019. Indirect interactions shape selection in a multi-species foodweb.  The American Naturalist. PDF

2018

Franks, S.J., Hamann, E., and Weis, A. E. 2018. Using the resurrection approach to understand contemporary evolution in changing environments. Evolutionary Applications, 11(1): 17-28. PDF

Hamann, E., Weis, A. E., and Franks, S. J.  2018. Two decades of evolutionary changes in Brassica rapa in response to fluctuations in precipitation and severe drought.  Evolution, 72(12): 2682-2696.PDF

Peters, M. A. E., and Weis, A. E. 2018. Selection for pollen competitive ability in mixed‐mating systems. Evolution, 72(11): 2513–2536. PDF

Start, D. , Bonner, C.*, Weis, A. E. and Gilbert, B. 2018. Consumer‐resource interactions along urbanization gradients drive natural selection. Evolution, 72: 1863-1873. PDF

Wadgymar, S.M., Ogilvie, J.E., Inouye, D. W., Weis, A. E., and Anderson, J. T.  2018.  Phenological responses to multiple environmental drivers under climate change: insights from a long-term observational study and a manipulative field experiment. New Phytologist, 218:517-529. PDF

Weis, A. E. 2018. Detecting the “invisible fraction” bias in resurrection experiments. Evolutionary Applications, 11(1) 88-95. PDF

Weis, A.E.  2018. Plant parasites victimized by a parasitic plant. Current Biology, 28(16):R877-R9879. PDF

2017

Ison, J. L., and Weis, A. E. 2017. Temporal population genetic structure in the pollen pool for flowering time: A field experiment with Brassica rapa (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 104(10):1569-1580. PDF

Wadgymar, S. M., and Weis, A. E. 2017. Phenological mismatch and the effectiveness of assisted gene flow. Conservation Biology, 31(3): 547-558. PDF

2016

Etterson, J. R., Franks, S. J., Mazer, S. J., Shaw, R. G., Gorden, N. L. S., Schneider, H. E., Weber, J. J., Winkler, K.J., & Weis, A. E. 2016. Project Baseline: An unprecedented resource to study plant evolution across space and time. American journal of botany, 103(1), 164-173. (PDF)

Austen, E. J., & Weis, A. E. 2016. Estimating selection through male fitness: three complementary methods illuminate the nature and causes of selection on flowering time. In Proc. R. Soc. B (Vol. 283, No. 1825, p. 20152635). The Royal Society. (PDF)

Austen, E. J., & Weis, A. E. 2016. The causes of selection on flowering time through male fitness in a hermaphroditic annual plant. Evolution, 70(1), 111-125. (PDF)

2015

Weis, A. E. 2015. Inheritance of Rapid Cycling in Brassica rapa Fast Plants: Dominance That Increases with Photoperiod. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 176(9), 859-868. (pdf)

Wadgymar, S. M., Cumming, M. N., & Weis, A. E. 2015. The success of assisted colonization and assisted gene flow depends on phenology. Global change biology, 21(10), 3786-3799. (pdf)

Austen, E. J., & Weis, A. E. 2015. What drives selection on flowering time? An experimental manipulation of the inherent correlation between genotype and environment. Evolution, 69(8), 2018-2033. (pdf)

Weis, A. E., Turner, K. M., Petro, B., Austen, E. J., & Wadgymar, S. M. 2015. Hard and soft selection on phenology through seasonal shifts in the general and social environments: a study on plant emergence time. Evolution, 69(6), 1361-1374. (pdf)

Cunan, E. T., Powell, T. H., & Weis, A. E. 2015. Evidence For Plant-mediated Competition Between Defoliating and Gall-forming Specialists Attacking Solidago altissima. The American Midland Naturalist, 173(2), 208-217. (pdf)

Parker, A. J., Tran, J. L., Ison, J. L., Bai, J. D. K., Weis, A. E., & Thomson, J. D. 2015. Pollen packing affects the function of pollen on corbiculate bees but not non-corbiculate bees. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 9(2), 197-203. (pdf)

Weis, A. E. 2015. On the potential strength and consequences for nonrandom gene flow caused by local adaptation in flowering time. Journal of evolutionary biology, 28(3), 699-714. (pdf)

Wadgymar, S. M., Austen, E. J., Cumming, M. N., & Weis, A. E. 2015. Simultaneous pulsed flowering in a temperate legume: causes and consequences of multimodality in the shape of floral display schedules. Journal of Ecology, 103(2), 316-327. (pdf)

Austen, E. J., Forrest, J. R. K., & Weis, A. E. 2015. Within‐plant variation in reproductive investment: consequences for selection on flowering time. Journal of evolutionary biology, 28(1), 65-79. (pdf)

2014

Weis, A. E., Nardone, E., & Fox, G. A. 2014. The strength of assortative mating for flowering date and its basis in individual variation in flowering schedule. Journal of evolutionary biology, 27(10), 2138-2151. (pdf)

Weis, A. E., Wadgymar, S. M., Sekor, M., & Franks, S. J. 2014. The shape of selection: using alternative fitness functions to test predictions for selection on flowering time. Evolutionary Ecology, 28(5), 885-904. (pdf)

Weis, A. E. 2014. Gall insects and selection on plant vigor: can susceptibility compromise success in competition?. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 8(3), 205-212. (pdf)

Austen, E. J., & Weis, A. E. 2014. Temporal variation in phenotypic gender and expected functional gender within and among individuals in an annual plant. Annals of botany, mcu087. (pdf)

Austen, E. J., Jackson, D. A., & Weis, A. E. 2014. Describing flowering schedule shape through multivariate ordination. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 175(1), 70-79. (pdf)

2013

Legault, G., & Weis, A. E. 2013. The impact of snow accumulation on a heath spider community in a sub-Arctic landscape. Polar biology, 36(6), 885-894. (pdf)

2011

Vacher, C., T.M. Kossler, M.E. Hochberg, and A.E. Weis.  2011.  Impact of interspecific hybridization between crops and weedy relatives on the evolution of flowering time in weedy phenotypes.  PLoS ONE 6(2): e14649

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