Courtney J. Murren, Ph.D.

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Biology College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, United States 
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Phenotypic plasticity
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Carl D. Schlichting grad student 1994-1999 University of Connecticut (Evolution Tree)
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Krueger-Hadfield SA, Kollars NM, Byers JE, et al. (2016) Invasion of novel habitats uncouples haplo-diplontic life cycles. Molecular Ecology
Ferguson L, Sancho G, Rutter MT, et al. (2016) Root architecture, plant size and soil nutrient variation in natural populations of Arabidopsis thaliana Evolutionary Ecology. 30: 155-171
Murren CJ, Auld JR, Callahan H, et al. (2015) Constraints on the evolution of phenotypic plasticity: limits and costs of phenotype and plasticity. Heredity
Purvis KG, Gramling JM, Murren CJ. (2015) Assessment of beach access paths on dune vegetation: Diversity, abundance, and cover Journal of Coastal Research. 31: 1222-1228
Murren CJ, Maclean HJ, Diamond SE, et al. (2014) Evolutionary change in continuous reaction norms. The American Naturalist. 183: 453-67
Murren CJ, Purvis KG, Glasgow D, et al. (2014) Investigating lag phase and invasion potential of vitex rotundifolia: A coastal dune exotic Journal of Coastal Research. 30: 815-824
Samis KE, Murren CJ, Bossdorf O, et al. (2012) Longitudinal trends in climate drive flowering time clines in North American Arabidopsis thaliana. Ecology and Evolution. 2: 1162-80
Murren CJ. (2012) The integrated phenotype. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 52: 64-76
Murren CJ, Dudash MR. (2012) Variation in inbreeding depression and plasticity across native and non-native field environments. Annals of Botany. 109: 621-32
Baird TD, Henson CA, Daily NM, et al. (2011) Differential patterns of plasticity to water availability along native and naturalized latitudinal gradients Evolutionary Ecology Research. 13: 55-73
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