Subject Areas on Research
- A Segregating Inversion Generates Fitness Variation in Yellow Monkeyflower (Mimulus guttatus).
- A cytonuclear incompatibility causes anther sterility in Mimulus hybrids.
- A novel meiotic drive locus almost completely distorts segregation in mimulus (monkeyflower) hybrids.
- A simple genetic incompatibility causes hybrid male sterility in mimulus.
- Allotetraploid Mimulus sookensis are highly interfertile despite independent origins.
- Altered trans-regulatory control of gene expression in multiple anthocyanin genes contributes to adaptive flower color evolution in Mimulus aurantiacus.
- Comparative linkage maps suggest that fission, not polyploidy, underlies near-doubling of chromosome number within monkeyflowers (Mimulus; Phrymaceae).
- Contribution of chromosomal polymorphisms to the G-matrix of Mimulus guttatus.
- Differential adaptation to a harsh granite outcrop habitat between sympatric Mimulus species.
- Disruption of endosperm development is a major cause of hybrid seed inviability between Mimulus guttatus and Mimulus nudatus.
- Dissecting the role of a large chromosomal inversion in life history divergence throughout the Mimulus guttatus species complex.
- Divergent population structure and climate associations of a chromosomal inversion polymorphism across the Mimulus guttatus species complex.
- Divergent selection on flowering time contributes to local adaptation in Mimulus guttatus populations.
- Ecological divergence associated with mating system causes nearly complete reproductive isolation between sympatric Mimulus species.
- Ecological reproductive isolation of coast and inland races of Mimulus guttatus.
- Evidence against equimolarity of large repeat arrangements and a predominant master circle structure of the mitochondrial genome from a monkeyflower (Mimulus guttatus) lineage with cryptic CMS.
- Explaining the heritability of an ecologically significant trait in terms of individual quantitative trait loci.
- Fine-scale variation in meiotic recombination in Mimulus inferred from population shotgun sequencing.
- Five anthocyanin polymorphisms are associated with an R2R3-MYB cluster in Mimulus guttatus (Phrymaceae).
- Gene duplication in Mimulus underlies parallel floral evolution via independent trans-regulatory changes.
- Genetic and physiological basis of adaptive salt tolerance divergence between coastal and inland Mimulus guttatus.
- Genetic divergence causes parallel evolution of flower color in Chilean Mimulus.
- Geographic Variation of Plant Circadian Clock Function in Natural and Agricultural Settings.
- Geographical variation in postzygotic isolation and its genetic basis within and between two Mimulus species.
- Hybrid inviability and differential submergence tolerance drive habitat segregation between two congeneric monkeyflowers.
- Hybrid male sterility in Mimulus (Phrymaceae) is associated with a geographically restricted mitochondrial rearrangement.
- Indirect evolution of hybrid lethality due to linkage with selected locus in Mimulus guttatus
- Is floral diversification associated with pollinator divergence? Flower shape, flower colour and pollinator preference in Chilean Mimulus.
- Is local adaptation in Mimulus guttatus caused by trade-offs at individual loci?
- Leaf shape evolution has a similar genetic architecture in three edaphic specialists within the Mimulus guttatus species complex.
- Major QTL controls adaptation to serpentine soils in Mimulus guttatus.
- Major QTLs for critical photoperiod and vernalization underlie extensive variation in flowering time in the Mimulus guttatus species complex.
- Mapping of ionomic traits in Mimulus guttatus reveals Mo and Cd QTLs that colocalize with MOT1 homologues.
- Mimulus is an emerging model system for the integration of ecological and genomic studies
- Minor quantitative trait loci underlie floral traits associated with mating system divergence in Mimulus.
- Natural variation for a hybrid incompatibility between two species of Mimulus.
- Natural variation for drought-response traits in the Mimulus guttatus species complex.
- Near-Absent Levels Of Segregational Variation Suggest Limited Opportunities For The introduction of genetic variation via homeologous chromosome pairing In synthetic neoallotetraploid Mimulus.
- Patterns of Hybrid Seed Inviability in the Mimulus guttatus sp. Complex Reveal a Potential Role of Parental Conflict in Reproductive Isolation.
- Patterns of nucleotide diversity in two species of Mimulus are affected by mating system and asymmetric introgression.
- Patterns of nucleotide variation and reproductive isolation between a Mimulus allotetraploid and its progenitor species.
- Plastic breeding system response to day length in the California wildflower Mimulus douglasii.
- Pleiotropic quantitative trait loci contribute to population divergence in traits associated with life-history variation in Mimulus guttatus.
- Pollen limitation and natural selection on floral characters in the yellow monkeyflower, Mimulus guttatus.
- Population structure and local selection yield high genomic variation in Mimulus guttatus.
- Population-genomic inference of the strength and timing of selection against gene flow.
- Populations Are Differentiated in Biological Rhythms without Explicit Elevational Clines in the Plant Mimulus laciniatus .
- Selective trade-offs maintain alleles underpinning complex trait variation in plants.
- Spatially and temporally varying selection on intrapopulation quantitative trait loci for a life history trade-off in Mimulus guttatus.
- Speciation on a local geographic scale: the evolution of a rare rock outcrop specialist in Mimulus.
- The extent and genetic basis of phenotypic divergence in life history traits in Mimulus guttatus.
- The genetic architecture and evolution of life-history divergence among perennials in the Mimulus guttatus species complex.
- The genetic architecture of local adaptation and reproductive isolation in sympatry within the Mimulus guttatus species complex.
- The standing pool of genomic structural variation in a natural population of Mimulus guttatus.
- Transmission ratio distortion in intraspecific hybrids of Mimulus guttatus: implications for genomic divergence.