Katrina Marie Dlugosch
Katrina Marie Dlugosch
Associate Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona
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Founding events in species invasions: genetic variation, adaptive evolution, and the role of multiple introductions
KM Dlugosch, IM Parker
Molecular ecology 17 (1), 431-449, 2008
The devil is in the details: genetic variation in introduced populations and its contributions to invasion
KM Dlugosch, SR Anderson, J Braasch, FA Cang, HD Gillette
Invasion genetics: The baker and stebbins legacy, 232-251, 2016
Invading populations of an ornamental shrub show rapid life history evolution despite genetic bottlenecks
KM Dlugosch, IM Parker
Ecology letters 11 (7), 701-709, 2008
Nectar and hostplant scarcity limit populations of an endangered Oregon butterfly
CB Schultz, KM Dlugosch
Oecologia 119, 231-238, 1999
Invasions and extinctions through the looking glass of evolutionary ecology
RI Colautti, JM Alexander, KM Dlugosch, SR Keller, SE Sultan
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
Evolution of invasiveness through increased resource use in a vacant niche
KM Dlugosch, F Alice Cang, BS Barker, K Andonian, SM Swope, ...
Nature plants 1 (6), 1-5, 2015
Evolution of weediness and invasiveness: charting the course for weed genomics
CN Stewart, PJ Tranel, DP Horvath, JV Anderson, LH Rieseberg, ...
Weed Science 57 (5), 451-462, 2009
EvoPipes. net: bioinformatic tools for ecological and evolutionary genomics
MS Barker, KM Dlugosch, L Dinh, RS Challa, NC Kane, MG King, ...
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 6, EBO. S5861, 2010
Genomics of Compositae weeds: EST libraries, microarrays, and evidence of introgression
Z Lai, NC Kane, A Kozik, KA Hodgins, KM Dlugosch, MS Barker, ...
American journal of botany 99 (2), 209-218, 2012
Molecular and quantitative trait variation across the native range of the invasive species Hypericum canariense: evidence for ancient patterns of colonization via pre …
KM Dlugosch, IM Parker
Molecular ecology 16 (20), 4269-4283, 2007
Increased growth in sunflower correlates with reduced defences and altered gene expression in response to biotic and abiotic stress
M Mayrose, NC Kane, I Mayrose, KM Dlugosch, LH Rieseberg
Molecular ecology 20 (22), 4683-4694, 2011
Chloroplast sequence variation and the efficacy of peptide nucleic acids for blocking host amplification in plant microbiome studies
CR Fitzpatrick, P Lu-Irving, J Copeland, DS Guttman, PW Wang, ...
Microbiome 6, 1-10, 2018
Population genomic analyses reveal a history of range expansion and trait evolution across the native and invaded range of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis)
BS Barker, K Andonian, SM Swope, DG Luster, KM Dlugosch
Molecular Ecology 26 (4), 1131-1147, 2017
Allele Identification for Transcriptome-Based Population Genomics in the Invasive Plant Centaurea solstitialis
KM Dlugosch, Z Lai, A Bonin, J Hierro, LH Rieseberg
G3: Genes| Genomes| Genetics 3 (2), 359-367, 2013
Genotypes on the move: some things old and some things new shape the genetics of colonization during species invasions
KM Dlugosch, CG Hays
Molecular Ecology 17 (21), 4583-4585, 2008
Native and invading yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) microbiomes differ in composition and diversity of bacteria
P Lu-Irving, JG Harenčár, H Sounart, SR Welles, SM Swope, DA Baltrus, ...
mSphere 4 (2), e00088-19, 2019
Population genomics of colonization and invasion
SR Welles, KM Dlugosch
Population genomics: Concepts, approaches and applications, 655-683, 2019
Expansion history and environmental suitability shape effective population size in a plant invasion
J Braasch, BS Barker, KM Dlugosch
Molecular Ecology 28 (10), 2546-2558, 2019
Understory community changes associated with English ivy invasions in Seattle's urban parks
KM Dlugosch
Northwest science 79 (1), 53-60, 2005
Potential limits to the benefits of admixture during biological invasion
BS Barker, JE Cocio, SR Anderson, JE Braasch, FA Cang, HD Gillette, ...
Molecular Ecology 28 (1), 100-113, 2019
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