Interdisciplinary PhD in Molecular Biosciences

Dr. Christopher R. Herlihy - Publications

Busch, J.W., C.R. Herlihy, L. Gunn, and W.J. Werner. 2010. Mixed mating in a recently derived self-compatible population of Leavenworthia alabamica (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 97:1005-1013.

Herlihy, C.R. and L.F. Delph. 2009. Selection lines of Silene latifolia (Caryophyllaceae) differ in how stress affects pollen production. International Journal of Plant Sciences 170:1103-1108.

Eckert, C.G., Ozimec, B., C.R. Herlihy, C.A. Griffin and M.B. Routley. 2009. Floral morphology mediates temporal variation in the mating system of a self-compatible plant. Ecology 90:1540-1548.

Herlihy, C.R. and C.G. Eckert. 2007. Evolutionary analysis of a key floral trait in Aquilegia canadensis (Ranunculaceae): Genetic variation in herkogamy and its effect on the mating system. Evolution 61:1661-1674.

Herlihy, C.R. and C.G. Eckert. 2005. Evolution of self-fertilization at geographical range margins? A comparison of demographic, floral and mating system variables in central versus peripheral populations of Aquilegia canadensis (Ranunculaceae). American Journal of Botany 92:744-751.

Eckert, C.G. and C.R. Herlihy. 2004. Using a cost-benefit approach to understand the evolution of self-fertilization in plants: the perplexing case of Aquilegia canadensis (Ranunculaceae). Plant Species Biology 19:150-173.

Herlihy, C.R. and C.G. Eckert. 2004. Experimental dissection of inbreeding and its adaptive significance in a flowering plant. Evolution 58:2693-2703.

Herlihy, C.R. and C.G. Eckert. 2002. Genetic cost of reproductive assurance in a self-fertilizing plant. Nature 416:320-323.