AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
M. Y. Chung, Nason, J., Chung, M. G., Kim, K. - J., Park, C. - W., Sun, B. - Y., Pak, J. - H.2002Landscape-level spatial genetic structure in Quercus acutissima (Fagaceae)
A. Kremer, Dupouey, J., Deans, J., Cottrell, J., Csaikl, U., Finkeldey, R., Espinel, S., Jensen, J., Kleinschmit, J., Van Dam, B., Ducousso, A., Forrest, I., U. de Heredia, L., Lowe, A., Tutkova, M., Munro, R., Steinhoff, S., Badeau, V.2002Leaf morphological differentiation between Quercus robur and Quercus petraea is stable across western European mixed oak stands
K. J. Craft, Ashley, M. V., Koenig, W. D.2002Limited hybridization between Quercus lobata and Quercus douglasii (Fagaceae) in a mixed stand in central coastal California
P. R. ALDRICH, MICHLER, C. H., SUN, W., ROMERO-SEVERSON, J.2002Microsatellite markers for northern red oak (Fagaceae: Quercus rubra)
R. Lumaret, Mir, C., Michaud, H., Raynal, V.2002Phylogeographical variation of chloroplast DNA in holm oak (Quercus ilex L.)
V. - L. Sork, Davis, F. - W., Smouse, P. - E., Apsit, V. - J., Dyer, R. - J., Fernandez-M, J. - F., Kuhn, B.2002Pollen movement in declining populations of California Valley oak, Quercus lobata: Where have all the fathers gone?
N. Kashani, Dodd R. S.2002Genetic differentiation of two california red oak species, Quercus parvula var. shreveii and Q. wislizeni, based on AFLP genetic markers
P. R. ALDRICH, JAGTAP, M., MICHLER, C. H., ROMERO-SEVERSON, J.2003Amplification of North American Red Oak Microsatellite Markers in European White Oaks and Chinese Chestnut
T. A. Ishida, Hattori, K., Sato, H., Kimura, M. T.2003Differentiation and hybridization between Quercus crispula and Q. dentata (Fagaceae): insights from morphological traits, amplified fragment length polymorphism markers, and leafminer composition
C. - G. Hochwender, Sork, V. - L., Marquis, R. - J.2003Fitness consequences of herbivory on Quercus alba
R. S. Dodd, Kashani N.2003Molecular differentiation and diversity among the California red oaks (Fagaceae; Quercus section Lobatae)
M. - F. DEGUILLOUX, -LAP, D. U. M. O. L. I. N., GIELLY, L., GRIVET, D., Petit, R. J.2003A set of primers for the amplification of chloroplast microsatellites in Quercus
P. R. ALDRICH, Parker, G. R., MICHLER, C. H., ROMERO-SEVERSON, J.2003Whole-tree silvic identifications and the microsatellite genetic structure of a red oak species complex in an Indiana old-growth forest
C. Scotti-Saintagne, Mariette, S., Porth, I., Goicoechea, P. G., Barreneche, T., Bodenes, C., Burg, K., Kremer, A.2004Genome Scanning for Interspecific Differentiation Between Two Closely Related Oak Species [Quercus robur L. and Q. petraea (Matt.) Liebl.]
Gonz, Arias, D. M., Valencia, S., Oyama, K.2004Morphological and RAPD analysis of hybridization between Quercus affinis and Q. laurina (fagaceae), two Mexican red oaks
R. S. Dodd, Afzal-Rafii Z.2004Selection and disperal in a multispecies oak hybrid zone
R. - J. Dyer, Westfall, R. - D., Sork, V. - L., Smouse, P. - E.2004Two-generation analysis of pollen flow across a landscape V: A stepwise approach for extracting factors contributing to pollen structure
C. R. Magni, Ducousso, A., Caron, H., Petit, R. J., Kremer, A.2005Chloroplast DNA variation of Quercus rubra L. in North America and comparison with other Fagaceae
G. Muir Schl2005Evidence for shared ancestral polymorphism rather than recurrent gene flow at microsatellite loci differentiating two hybridizing oaks (Quercus spp.)
C. Dutech, Sork, V. L., Irwin, A. J., Smouse, P. E., Davis, F. W.2005Gene flow and fine-scale genetic structure in a wind-pollinated tree species Quercus lobata (Fagaceaee)
C. T. Kelleher, Hodkinson, T., Douglas, G., Kelly, D.2005Species Distinction in Irish Populations of Quercus petraea and Q. robur: Morphological versus Molecular Analyses
C. T. Kelleher, Kelly, D., Hodkinson, T.2005Species status, hybridisation and geographic distribution of Irish populations of Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl. and Q. robur L
R. BELLAROSA, Simeone, M., Papini, A., SCHIRONE, B.2005Utility of ITS sequence data for phylogenetic reconstruction of Italian Quercus spp
M. Valbuena-Carabana, Gonzalez-Martinez, S. C., Sork, V. L., Collada, C., SOTO, A., Goicoechea, P. G., Gil, L.2005Gene flow and hybridisation in a mixed oak forest (Quercus pyrenaica Willd. and Quercus petraea (Matts.) Liebl.) in central Spain
R. S. de Dios, -Garz, B., Sainz-Ollero, H.2006Hybrid zones between two European oaks: a plant community approach
G. Muir Schl2006Moving beyond single-locus studies to characterize hybridization between oaks (Quercus spp.)
K. J. Craft, Ashley M. V.2006Population differentiation among three species of white oak in northeastern Illinois
C. Lexer, Kremer, A., Petit, R. J.2006Shared alleles in sympatric oaks: recurrent gene flow is a more parsimonious explanation than ancestral polymorphism
F. Gugerli, Walser, J. - C., Dounavi, K., Holderegger, R., Finkeldey, R.2007Coincidence of Small-scale Spatial Discontinuities in Leaf Morphology and Nuclear Microsatellite Variation of Quercus petraea and Q. robur in a Mixed Forest
D. MAGRI, FINESCHI, S., BELLAROSA, R., BUONAMICI, A., SEBASTIANI, F., SCHIRONE, B., SIMEONE, M. C., Vendramin, G. G.2007The distribution of Quercus suber chloroplast haplotypes matches the palaeogeographical history of the western Mediterranean
A. Curtu, Gailing, O., Finkeldey, R.2007Evidence for hybridization and introgression within a species-rich oak (Quercus spp.) community
A. Curtu, Gailing, O., Leinemann, L., Finkeldey, R.2007Genetic variation and differentiation within a natural community of five oak species (Quercus spp.)
U. L. de Heredia, Jim, Collada, C., SIMEONE, M. C., BELLAROSA, R., SCHIRONE, B., Cervera, M. T., Gil, L.2007Multi-marker phylogeny of three evergreen oaks reveals vicariant patterns in the Western Mediterranean
R. DeCandido, Calvanese, N., Alvarez, R. V., Brown, M. I., Nelson, T. M.2007The naturally occurring historical and extant flora of Central Park, New York City, New York 1857-2007
T. Okaura, Quang, N. D., Ubukata, M., Harada, K.2007Phylogeographic structure and late Quaternary population history of the Japanese oak Quercus mongolica var. crispula and related species revealed by chloroplast DNA variation
A. Dzialuk, Chybicki, I., Welc, M., liwiska, E., Burczyk, J.2007Presence of Triploids among Oak Species
P. Chokchaichmnankit, -Jonsson, A., Chulalaksananukul, W. K.2008Chromosomal mapping of 18S-25S; 5S ribosomal genes on 15 species of Fagaceae from Northern Thailand
D. GRIVET, Sork, V. L., WESTFALL, R. D., Davis, F. W.2008Conserving the evolutionary potential of California valley oak (Quercus lobata N
P. Fonti Garc2008Earlywood vessel size of oak as a potential proxy for spring precipitation in mesic sites
Y. FENG, SUN, W., ROMERO-SEVERSON, J.2008Heterogeinity and spatial autocorrelation for chloroplast haplotypes in three old growth populations of Northern Red Oak
A. L. Hipp, Weber J. A.2008Taxonomy of Hill’s Oak (Quercus ellipsoidalis: Fagaceae): Evidence from AFLP Data
I. BIRCHENKO, FENG, Y., ROMERO-SEVERSON, J.2009Biogeographical Distribution of Chloroplast Diversity in Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra L.)
RAM, LORENZO, Z., SOTO, A., VALLADARES, F., Gil, L., ARANDA, I.2009Elucidating the role of genetic drift and natural selection in cork oak differentiation regarding drought tolerance
G. N. Stone, Hernandez-Lopez A.2009Extreme host plant conservatism during at least 20 million years of host plant pursuit by oak gallwasps
W. D. Koenig, Knops, J. M. H., Dickinson, J. L., Zuckerberg, B.2009Latitudinal decrease in acorn size in bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa) is due to environmental constraints, not avian dispersal
J. Cavender-Bares, Pahlich A.2009Molecular, morphological, and ecological niche differentiation of sympatric sister oak species, Quercus virginiana and Q. geminata (Fagaceae)
T. D. Marsico, Hellmann J. J.2009Patterns of seed dispersal and pollen flow in Quercus garryana (Fagaceae) following post-glacial climatic changes
I. S. Pearse, Hipp A. L.2009Phylogenetic and trait similarity to a native species predict herbivory on non-native oaks
D. GRIVET, Robledo-Arnuncio, J. J., Smouse, P. E., Sork, V. L.2009Relative contribution of contemporary pollen and seed dispersal to the effective parental size of seedling population of California valley oak (Quercus lobata N)
D. A. Shepard2009A review of the taxonomic status of Quercus ellipsoidalis and Quercus coccinea in the Eastern United States


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