|Department of Biology|
Wild Radish Pollen Tubes
|Diane L Marshall
Professor, Regents' Lecturer
Ph.D. (Biological Sciences)
University of Texas, 1982
Marshall, D.L. 1998. Pollen donor performance can be consistent across maternal plants in wild radish: a necessary condition for the action of sexual selection. American Journal of Botany 85:1389-1397.
Cabin, R. J. and Marshall, D.L. 2000. The demographic role of soil seed banks I: Spatial and temporal comparisons of below and above-ground populations of the desert mustard Lesquerella fendleri. Journal of Ecology 88:283-292.
Cabin, R.J., Marshall, D.L., and Mitchell, R.J. 2000. The demographic role of soil seed banks II: investigations of the fate of experimental seeds of the desert mustard Lesquerella fendleri. Journal of Ecology 88:293-302.
Marshall, D.L., Avritt, J.J.,Shaner, M., and Saunders, R.L. 2000. Effects of pollen load size and composition on pollen donor performance in wild radish, Raphanus sativus (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 87:1619-1627
Sher, A.A., Marshall, D.L., and Gilbert, S.A. 2000. Competition between native Populus deltiodes and invasive Tamarix ramosissima and the implications for reestablishing flooding disturbance. Conservation Biology 14: 1744-1754
Marshall, D.L. and Diggle, P.K. 2001. Mechanisms of differential pollen donor performance in in wild radish, Raphanus sativus (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 88:242-257.
Marshall, D.L. and Oliveras, D.M. 2001. Does differential seed siring success change over time or with pollination history in wild radish, Raphanus sativus (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 88: 2232-2242.
Sher, A.A., Marshall, D.L., and Taylor, J.P.2002. Spatial partitioning within southwestern floodplains: Patterns of establishment of native Populus and Salix in the presence of invasive, non-native Tamarix. Ecological Applications 12:760-772.
Sher, A.A. and Marshall, D.L. 2003. Seedling competition between native Populus deltoides (Salicaceae) and exotic Tamarix rsmosissima (Tamaricaceae) across water regimes and substrate types. American Journal of Botany 90: 413-422.
Shaner, M.G.M. and Marshall, D.L. 2003. Under how wide a set of conditions will nonrandom mating occur in Raphanus sativus. American Journal of Botany 90:1604-1611.
Bernasconi, G., Ashman, T-L, Birkhead, T.R., Bishop, J.D.D., Grossniklaus, U., Kubli, E., Marshall, D.L., Schmid, B., Skogsmyr, I., Snook, R.R., Taylor, D., Till-Bottraud, I., Ward, P.I., Zeh, D.W., and Hellriegel, B. 2004. Evolutionary ecology of the prezygotic stage. Science 303:971-975.
Marshall, D.L. Abrahamson, N.J, Avritt, J.J., Hall, P.M., Medeiros, J., Reynolds, J., Shaner, M.G.M., Simpson, H.L., Trafton, A.N., Tyler, A.P. and Walsh, S. 2005. Differences in plastic responses to defoliation due to variation in the timing of treatments for two species of Sesbania (Fabaceae). Annals of Botany 95:1049-1058.
Shaner, M.G. M. and Marshall, D.L. 2007. How robust is nonrandom mating in wild radish: does small pollen load size coupled with increased number of competing pollen donors lead to random mating. American Journal of Botany 94: 266-273.
Marshall, D.L., Reynolds, J., Abrahamson, N.J., Simpson, H.L., Barnes, M.G., Medeiros, J.S., Walsh, S., Oliveras, D.M. and Avritt, J.J. 2007. Do differences in plant and flower age change mating patterns and alter offspring fitness in Raphanus sativus (Brassicaceae)? American Journal of Botany 94:409-418.
Marshall, D.L., Shaner, M.G. M, and Oliva, J-P. 2007 Effects of pollen load size on seed paternity in wild radish: the roles of pollen competition and mate choice. Evolution 61:1925-1937.
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