Congratulations to Franchesco for his publication on climatic niche expansion in an autopolyploid! Read it here
About Robin Hopkins
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Robin Hopkins contributed a whooping 38 entries.
Entries by Robin Hopkins
Molina-Henao, Y. Franchesco and Robin Hopkins. 2019. Autopolyploid lineage shows climatic niche expansion but not divergence in Arabidopsis arenosa. American Journal of Botany 106(1):61-70. [PDF]
Congratulations to Sevan, whose paper on reproductive isolation and reinforcement in Phlox is out in Evolution! You can find her paper here (and you can find her in a faculty position at the University of San Francisco!)
Suni, Sevan S. and Robin Hopkins. 2018. The relationship between postmating reproductive isolation and reinforcement in Phlox. Evolution 72(7):1387–1398 [PDF]
Briggs, Heather M., Stuart Graham, Callin M. Switzer, and Robin Hopkins. 2018. Variation in context‐dependent foraging behavior across pollinators. Ecology and Evolution 8(16):7964-7973. [PDF]
Congratulations to Heather (and co.) on the publishing of “Variation in context-dependent foraging behavior across pollinators.” Read the paper here.
Roda, Federico and Robin Hopkins. 2018. Correlated evolution of self and interspecific incompatibility across the range of a Texas wildflower. New Phytologist.[PDF]
Federico’s paper on the correlation between self- and interspecific- incompatibilities in Phlox drummondii is online for early view in New Phytologist! Read the paper here!
Dr. Robin Hopkins received the 2018 Fannie Cox Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching! This award is given to teachers of introductory courses who “inspire students, instill in them a passion for science, and effectively communicate complex ideas.” Congratulations Robin!
Graduate students Ben Goulet and Austin Garner, along with research technician Matt Farnitano, have been hard at work planting and collecting Phlox species in Tennessee, Kentucky, and the Midwest.
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