122 Publications (Page 1 of 5)
Herbivore-mediated negative frequency-dependent selection underlies a trichome dimorphism in nature
Goldberg, JayGoldberg, JayLively, CurtisLively, CurtisSternlieb, SonyaSternlieb, SonyaPintel, GenevievePintel, GenevieveHare, J.Hare, J.Morrissey, MichaelMorrissey, MichaelDelph, Lynda and Delph, Lynda
2020-01-09. | Journal Article
Herbivore‐mediated negative frequency‐dependent selection underlies a trichome dimorphism in nature
Goldberg, Jay KGoldberg, Jay KLively, Curtis MLively, Curtis MSternlieb, Sonya RSternlieb, Sonya RPintel, GenevievePintel, GenevieveHare, J. DanielHare, J. DanielMorrissey, Michael BMorrissey, Michael BDelph, Lynda F and Delph, Lynda F
Evolution Letters, vol. 4, (no. 1), pp. 90, February 2020. | Journal Article
Rapid reversal of a potentially constraining genetic covariance between leaf and flower traits in Silene latifolia
Steven, Janet CAnderson, Ingrid ABrodie, Edmund D and Delph, Lynda F
Ecology and Evolution, vol. 10, (no. 1), pp. 578, January 2020. | Journal Article
The X chromosome is necessary for ovule production in Silene latifolia
Veltsos, ParisVeltsos, ParisDelph, Lynda F and Delph, Lynda F
PloS one, vol. 14, (no. 5), pp. e0217558, 2019-00-00. | Journal Article
Periodic, Parasite-Mediated Selection For and Against Sex
Gibson, Amanda KGibson, Amanda KDelph, Lynda FDelph, Lynda FVergara, DanielaVergara, DanielaLively, Curtis M and Lively, Curtis M
The American naturalist, vol. 192, (no. 5), pp. 551, 20181101. | Journal Article
Divergence in style length and pollen size leads to a postmating-prezygotic reproductive barrier among populations of Silene latifolia
Brothers, Amanda N and Delph, Lynda F
Evolution, vol. 71, (no. 6), pp. 1540, 2017-06-00. | Journal Article
Evolution: Selfing Takes Species Down Stebbins’s Blind Alley
Busch, Jeremiah W and Delph, Lynda F
Current Biology, vol. 27, (no. 2), pp. R63, 2017-01-23. | Journal Article
Lineages of Silene nutans developed rapid, strong, asymmetric postzygotic reproductive isolation in allopatry
Martin, HélèneTouzet, PascalDufay, MathildeGodé, CécileSchmitt, EricLahiani, EmnaDelph, Lynda F and Van Rossum, Fabienne
Evolution, vol. 71, (no. 6), pp. 1531, 2017-06-00. | Journal Article
The Study of Local Adaptation: A Thriving Field of Research
Delph, Lynda F
Journal of Heredity, vol. 109, (no. 1), pp. 2, 20171221. | Journal Article
The two-fold cost of sex: experimental evidence from a natural system.
Gibson, Amanda KDelph, Lynda F and Lively, Curtis M
Evolution letters, vol. 1, (no. 1), pp. 6-15, May 2017. | Journal Article
Haldane's Rule: Genetic Bases and Their Empirical Support.
Delph, Lynda F and Demuth, Jeffery P
The Journal of heredity, vol. 107, (no. 5), pp. 383-391, September 2016. | Journal Article
Male-female genotype interactions maintain variation in traits important for sexual interactions and reproductive isolation.
Castillo, Dean M and Delph, Lynda F
Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, vol. 70, (no. 7), pp. 1667-1673, July 2016. | Journal Article
Commentary: When does understanding phenotypic evolution require identification of the underlying genes?
Rausher, Mark DRausher, Mark DDelph, Lynda F and Delph, Lynda F
Evolution, vol. 69, (no. 7), pp. 1664, 2015-07-00. | Journal Article
Differences in style length confer prezygotic isolation between two dioecious species of Silene in sympatry.
Nista, PhilBrothers, Amanda N and Delph, Lynda F
Ecology and evolution, vol. 5, (no. 13), pp. 2703-2711, July 2015. | Journal Article
Experimental evolution: Assortative mating and sexual selection, independent of local adaptation, lead to reproductive isolation in the nematode Caenorhabditis remanei.
Castillo, Dean MCastillo, Dean MBurger, Melissa KBurger, Melissa KLively, Curtis MLively, Curtis MDelph, Lynda F and Delph, Lynda F
Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, vol. 69, (no. 12), pp. 3141-3155, December 2015. | Journal Article
Experimental revolution: assortative mating and sexual selection independent of local adaptation lead to reproductive isolation in the nematode Caenorhabditis remanei
Castillo, DeanCastillo, DeanBurger, MelissaBurger, MelissaLively, CurtisLively, CurtisDelph, Lynda and Delph, Lynda
Evolution, vol. 69, (no. 12), pp. 3141, 20151201. | Journal Article
Genomic Resources Notes accepted 1 February 2015 - 31 March 2015
Arthofer, WolfgangBertini, LauraCaruso, CarlaCicconardi, FrancescoDelph, LyndaFields, PeterIkeda, MinoruMinegishi, YukiProietti, SilviaRitthammer, HeikeSchlick-Steiner, BirgitSteiner, FlorianWachter, GregorWagner, Herbert and Weingartner, Laura
Molecular Ecology Resources, vol. 15, (no. 4), pp. 1015, 2015-7. | Journal Article
When does understanding phenotypic evolution require identification of the underlying genes?
Delph, Lynda and Rausher, Mark
Evolution, vol. 69, (no. 7), pp. 1655, 20150701. | Journal Article
Characterization of 24 polymorphic microsatellite markers for Silene nutans, a gynodioecious–gynomonoecious species, and cross-species amplification in other Silene species
Godé, CécileTouzet, PascalMartin, HélèneLahiani, EmnaDelph, Lynda and Arnaud, Jean-François
Conservation Genetics Resources, vol. 6, (no. 4), pp. 918, 20141200. | Journal Article
Evaluation of the cost of restoration of male fertility in Brassica napus
Montgomery, BenjaminMontgomery, Benjamin RBailey, Maia FBailey, MaiaBrown, GregoryBrown, Gregory GDelph, Lynda and Delph, Lynda F
Botany, vol. 92, (no. 11), pp. 853, 2014-11-00. | Journal Article
Demuth, JeffFlanagan, Rebecca J and Delph, Lynda
Evolution, vol. 68, (no. 2), Feb 2014. | Journal Article
Neo-sex chromosome inheritance across species in Silene hybrids
Weingartner, L. A and Delph, Lynda
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, vol. 27, (no. 7), pp. 1491-1499, Jul 2014. | Journal Article
On the importance of balancing selection in plants.
Delph, Lynda and Kelly, John K
The New phytologist, vol. 201, (no. 1), pp. 45-56, 2014/Jan. | Journal Article
The Evolutionary Dynamics of Gynodioecy in Lobelia
Delph, Lynda and Montgomery, Benjamin R
International Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 175, (no. 4), May 2014. | Journal Article
Multiple paternity in the freshwater snail, Potamopyrgus antipodarum.
Soper, Deanna MDelph, Lynda and Lively, Curtis M
Ecology and evolution, vol. 2, (no. 12), pp. 3179-85, 2012/Dec. | Journal Article