Goulet, Benjamin E., Federico Roda, and Robin Hopkins. 2017. Hybridization in plants: old ideas, new techniques. Plant Physiology 173: 65-78. [PDF]
About Robin Hopkins
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Entries by Robin Hopkins
Adrian Hopkins Desmarais is the lab’s newest member!
Callin Switzer successfully defended his thesis, “Bee pollination biology: buzzing, behavior, and biomechanics”! He is the Arboretum’s first PhD candidate to defend his dissertation.
Sevan Suni accepted a position at the University of San Francisco, in San Francisco CA. She will join the biology department as a tenure track assistant professor in January 2018. She is looking forward to teaching courses in field ecology and evolution, and to continuing research on the evolutionary ecology of plants and their pollinators.
Ben received honorable mention for his NSF GRFP proposal to study hybrid speciation in Phlox
Ben successfully defended his dissertation proposal on a putative case of homoploid hybrid speciation in the Phlox pilosa complex.
Transcriptome sequences reveal the history of introgression between sympatric Phlox drummondii and P. cuspidata. [Roda et al. 2017]
Robin and Federico get a Dean’s Competitive Fund for Promising Scholarship award for continuing their work on self-incompatiblity and heterospecific incompatibility.
Whitaker, Melissa RL, Shayla Salzman, Jon Sanders, Martin Kaltenpoth, Naomi Pierce. 2016. Microbial communities of Lycaenid butterflies do not correlate with larval diet. Frontiers in Microbiology 7:1920. [PDF]
As part of Plant Physiology‘s focus issue on flowering and reproduction, we review what is known about hybridization and its consequences in plants, from before Darwin to future directions. [Goulet et al. 2017]
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