Dorset Trapnell
Dorset Trapnell
Assistant Professor, University of Georgia
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One thousand plant transcriptomes and the phylogenomics of green plants
Nature 574 (7780), 679-685, 2019
Phylogenomic analyses of species relationships in the genus Sabal (Arecaceae) using targeted sequence capture
K Heyduk, DW Trapnell, CF Barrett, J Leebens-Mack
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 117 (1), 106-120, 2016
Using population genetic analyses to understand seed dispersal patterns
JL Hamrick, DW Trapnell
Acta Oecologica 37 (6), 641-649, 2011
Three‐dimensional fine‐scale genetic structure of the neotropical epiphytic orchid, Laelia rubescens
DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick, JD Nason
Molecular Ecology 13 (5), 1111-1118, 2004
Partitioning nuclear and chloroplast variation at multiple spatial scales in the neotropical epiphytic orchid, Laelia rubescens
DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick
Molecular Ecology 13 (9), 2655-2666, 2004
Mating patterns and gene flow in the neotropical epiphytic orchid, Laelia rubescens
DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick
Molecular Ecology 14 (1), 75-84, 2005
Highly diverse and spatially heterogeneous mycorrhizal symbiosis in a rare epiphyte is unrelated to broad biogeographic or environmental features
TR Kartzinel, DW Trapnell, RP Shefferson
Molecular Ecology 22 (23), 5949-5961, 2013
Inferring ancient Agave cultivation practices from contemporary genetic patterns
KC Parker, DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick, WC Hodgson, AJ Parker
Molecular Ecology 19 (8), 1622-1637, 2010
The Impact of Landscape Disturbance on Spatial Genetic Structure in the Guanacaste Tree, Enterolobium cyclocarpum (Fabaceae)
E Gonzales, JL Hamrick, PE Smouse, DW Trapnell, R Peakall
Journal of Heredity 101 (2), 133-143, 2010
Critical importance of large native trees for conservation of a rare Neotropical epiphyte
TR Kartzinel, DW Trapnell, RP Shefferson
Journal of Ecology 101 (6), 1429-1438, 2013
Variety of phorophyte species colonized by the neotropical epiphyte, Laelia rubescens (Orchidaceae)
DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick
Selbyana, 60-64, 2006
Genetic consequences of pre‐Columbian cultivation for Agave murpheyi and A. delamateri (Agavaceae)
KC Parker, JL Hamrick, WC Hodgson, DW Trapnell, AJ Parker, RK Kuzoff
American Journal of Botany 94 (9), 1479-1490, 2007
Genetic inference of epiphytic orchid colonization; it may only take one
DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick, CD Ishibashi, TR Kartzinel
Molecular Ecology 22 (14), 3680-3692, 2013
Genetic and morphological contrasts between wild and anthropogenic populations of Agave parryi var. huachucensis in south-eastern Arizona
KC Parker, DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick, WC Hodgson
Annals of botany 113 (6), 939-952, 2014
Relative importance of pollen and seed dispersal across a N eotropical mountain landscape for an epiphytic orchid
TR Kartzinel, RP Shefferson, DW Trapnell
Molecular Ecology 22 (24), 6048-6059, 2013
Exceptional epiphyte diversity on a single tree in Costa Rica
E Schuettpelz, DW Trapnell
Selbyana, 65-71, 2006
The egg capitulum of a neotropical walkingstick,Calynda bicuspis, induces aboveground egg dispersal by the ponerine ant,Ectatomma ruidum
DM Windsor, DW Trapnell, G Amat
Journal of insect behavior 9, 353-367, 1996
Floral display and mating patterns within populations of the neotropical epiphytic orchid,Laeliarubescens (Orchidaceae)
DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick
American Journal of Botany 93 (7), 1010-1018, 2006
Genetic variation and species boundaries in Calopogon (Orchidaceae)
DW Trapnell, JL Hamrick, DE Giannasi
Systematic Botany 29 (2), 308-315, 2004
Selfing rates vary with floral display, pollinator visitation and plant density in natural populations of Mimulus ringens
DA Christopher, JD Karron, WR Semski, PA Smallwood, DW Trapnell, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 34 (5), 803-815, 2021
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