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The PHYTOCHROME C photoreceptor gene mediates natural variation in flowering and growth responses of Arabidopsis thaliana
S Balasubramanian, S Sureshkumar, M Agrawal, TP Michael, ...
Nature genetics 38 (6), 711-715, 2006
2562006
Examining plant physiological responses to climate change through an evolutionary lens
KM Becklin, JT Anderson, LM Gerhart, SM Wadgymar, CA Wessinger, ...
Plant physiology 172 (2), 635-649, 2016
1672016
Lessons from flower colour evolution on targets of selection
CA Wessinger, MD Rausher
Journal of Experimental Botany 63 (16), 5741-5749, 2012
1372012
Amino acid polymorphisms in Arabidopsis phytochrome B cause differential responses to light
DL Filiault, CA Wessinger, JR Dinneny, J Lutes, JO Borevitz, D Weigel, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (8), 3157-3162, 2008
1172008
Identification of major quantitative trait loci underlying floral pollination syndrome divergence in Penstemon
CA Wessinger, LC Hileman, MD Rausher
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
832014
PREDICTABILITY AND IRREVERSIBILITY OF GENETIC CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH FLOWER COLOR EVOLUTION IN PENSTEMON BARBATUS
CA Wessinger, MD Rausher
Evolution 68 (4), 1058-1070, 2014
702014
Multiplexed shotgun genotyping resolves species relationships within the North American genus Penstemon
CA Wessinger, CC Freeman, ME Mort, MD Rausher, LC Hileman
American Journal of Botany 103 (5), 912-922, 2016
572016
Ecological transition predictably associated with gene degeneration
CA Wessinger, MD Rausher
Molecular Biology and Evolution 32 (2), 347-354, 2015
532015
From pollen dispersal to plant diversification: genetic consequences of pollination mode
CA Wessinger
New Phytologist 229 (6), 3125-3132, 2021
492021
Accessibility, constraint, and repetition in adaptive floral evolution
CA Wessinger, LC Hileman
Developmental biology 419 (1), 175-183, 2016
392016
Adaptation to hummingbird pollination is associated with reduced diversification in Penstemon
CA Wessinger, MD Rausher, LC Hileman
Evolution Letters 3 (5), 521-533, 2019
382019
Parallelism in flower evolution and development
CA Wessinger, LC Hileman
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 51, 387-408, 2020
262020
Nectary size is a pollination syndrome trait in Penstemon
AM Katzer, CA Wessinger, LC Hileman
New Phytologist 223 (1), 377-384, 2019
232019
Individualized mating system estimation using genomic data
J Colicchio, PJ Monnahan, CA Wessinger, K Brown, JR Kern, JK Kelly
Molecular Ecology Resources 20 (1), 333-347, 2020
162020
SNP‐skimming: A fast approach to map loci generating quantitative variation in natural populations
CA Wessinger, JK Kelly, P Jiang, MD Rausher, LC Hileman
Molecular ecology resources 18 (6), 1402-1414, 2018
132018
A genetic route to yellow flowers
CA Wessinger
New Phytologist 206 (4), 1193-1195, 2015
122015
Selfing can facilitate transitions between pollination syndromes
CA Wessinger, JK Kelly
The American Naturalist 191 (5), 582-594, 2018
112018
A few essential genetic loci distinguish Penstemon species with flowers adapted to pollination by bees or hummingbirds
CA Wessinger, AM Katzer, PM Hime, MD Rausher, JK Kelly, LC Hileman
PLoS biology 21 (9), e3002294, 2023
72023
Opposing patterns of altitude-driven pollinator turnover in the tropical and temperate Americas
AS Dellinger, AM Hamilton, CA Wessinger, SD Smith
The American Naturalist 202 (2), 152-165, 2023
7*2023
Adaptation to lower latitudes and lower elevations precedes the evolution of hummingbird pollination in western North American Penstemon
AM Hamilton, CA Wessinger
American Journal of Botany 109 (6), 1047-1055, 2022
52022
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