Norman Ellstrand
Norman Ellstrand
Distinguished Professor of Genetics, University of California, Riverside
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The population biology of invasive species
AK Sakai, FW Allendorf, JS Holt, DM Lodge, J Molofsky, KA With, ...
Annual review of ecology and systematics 32 (1), 305-332, 2001
35812001
Population genetic consequences of small population size: implications for plant conservation
NC Ellstrand, DR Elam
Annual review of Ecology and Systematics 24 (1), 217-242, 1993
30801993
Hybridization as a stimulus for the evolution of invasiveness in plants?
NC Ellstrand, KA Schierenbeck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (13), 7043-7050, 2000
17232000
Gene flow and introgression from domesticated plants into their wild relatives
NC Ellstrand, HC Prentice, JF Hancock
Annual review of Ecology and Systematics 30 (1), 539-563, 1999
12771999
Patterns of genotypic diversity in clonal plant species
NC Ellstrand, ML Roose
American Journal of Botany 74 (1), 123-131, 1987
12341987
What can molecular and morphological markers tell us about plant hybridization?
LH Rieseberg, NC Ellstrand, M Arnold
Critical reviews in plant sciences 12 (3), 213-241, 1993
7361993
Gene flow by pollen: implications for plant conservation genetics
NC Ellstrand
Oikos, 77-86, 1992
6251992
Dangerous liaisons?: when cultivated plants mate with their wild relatives
NC Ellstrand
JHU Press, 2003
5492003
Distribution of spontaneous plant hybrids
NC Ellstrand, R Whitkus, LH Rieseberg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (10), 5090-5093, 1996
5151996
Current knowledge of gene flow in plants: implications for transgene flow
NC Ellstrand
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2003
3752003
Hybridization as an avenue of escape for engineered genes
NC Ellstrand, CA Hoffman
BioScience 40 (6), 438-442, 1990
3571990
When transgenes wander, should we worry?
NC Ellstrand
Plant physiology 125 (4), 1543-1545, 2001
3422001
Hybridization and the evolution of invasiveness in plants and other organisms
KA Schierenbeck, NC Ellstrand
Biological invasions 11 (5), 1093-1105, 2009
2932009
Sexual selection in Raphanus sativus: experimental data on nonrandom fertilization, maternal choice, and consequences of multiple paternity
DL Marshall, NC Ellstrand
The American Naturalist 127 (4), 446-461, 1986
2801986
The genomic signature of crop-wild introgression in maize
MB Hufford, P Lubinksy, T Pyhäjärvi, MT Devengenzo, NC Ellstrand, ...
PLoS genetics 9 (5), e1003477, 2013
2782013
Multiple paternity within the fruits of the wild radish, Raphanus sativus
NC Ellstrand
The American Naturalist 123 (6), 819-828, 1984
2751984
Crop‐to‐weed gene flow in the genus Sorghum (Poaceae): Spontaneous interspecific hybridization between johnsongrass, Sorghum halepense, and crop sorghum, S. bicolor
PE Arriola, NC Ellstrand
American Journal of Botany 83 (9), 1153-1159, 1996
2731996
Nonlocal transplantation and outbreeding depression in the subshrub Lotus scoparius (Fabaceae)
AM Montalvo, NC Ellstrand
American Journal of Botany 88 (2), 258-269, 2001
2612001
Interpopulation gene flow by pollen in wild radish, Raphanus sativus
NC Ellstrand, DL Marshall
The American Naturalist 126 (5), 606-616, 1985
2551985
GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL VARIATION IN FLORAL TRAITS AFFECTING OUTCROSSING RATE IN CLARKIA TEMBLORIENSIS (ONAGRACEAE)
TP Holtsford, NC Ellstrand
Evolution 46 (1), 216-225, 1992
2341992
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