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- Wagenius, S., and S. P. Lyon. 2010. Reproduction of Echinacea angustifolia in fragmented prairie is pollen-limited but not pollinator-limited. Ecology 91:733-742. Abstract | PDF | Supplemental Material
- Wagenius, S., H. H. Hangelbroek, C. E. Ridley, and R. G. Shaw. 2010. Biparental inbreeding and interremnant mating in a perennial prairie plant: fitness consequences for progeny in their first eight years. Evolution 64:761-771. Abstract | PDF | According to our publication agreement with Blackwell Publishing, we can't post the pdf here. Please email Stuart to request it.
- Ruth G. Shaw, Charles J. Geyer, Stuart Wagenius, Helen H. Hangelbroek, and Julie R. Etterson. 2008. Unifying life-history analyses for inference of fitness and population growth. American Naturalist 172: E35 - E47. Abstract | PDF | Supplemental Material
- Geyer, C., S. Wagenius, and R.G. Shaw. 2007. Aster models for life history analysis. Biometrika 94: 415-426. Abstract | PDF | Supplemental Material
- Wagenius, S., E. Lonsdorf, and C. Neuhauser. 2007. Patch aging and the S-Allee effect: breeding system effects on the demographic response of plants to habitat fragmentation. American Naturalist 169:383-397. Abstract | PDF | Supplemental Material
- Wagenius, S. 2006. Scale dependence of reproductive failure in fragmented Echinacea populations. Ecology 87:931-941. Abstract | PDF | Supplemental Material
- Wagenius, S. 2004. Style persistence, pollen limitation, and seed set in the common prairie plant Echinacea angustifolia (Asteraceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 165:595-603. Abstract | PDF
- Neuhauser, C., D. A. Andow, G. E. Heimpel, G. May, R. G. Shaw, and S. Wagenius. 2003. Community genetics: expanding the synthesis of ecology and genetics. Ecology 84:545-558. Abstract | PDF
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- Ridley, C. E., H.H. Hangelbroek, S. Wagenius, J. Stanton-Geddes, R. G. Shaw. Susceptibility of Echinacea angustifolia to aphids: the roles of genetics and stoichiometry. Submitted.
- Wagenius, S., A. Dykstra, C.E. Ridley, and R. G. Shaw. Seedling recruitment in the long-lived perennial, Echinacea angustifolia: a ten year experiment.
Resources for Plant Conservation Genetics
This page has links to useful files for plant conservation genetics.
Techniques and ProtocolsOur favorite statistical analysis: aster. The package is available for use with R.
Our standard Echinacea germination protocol.