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Hybridization and speciation
R Abbott, D Albach, S Ansell, JW Arntzen, SJE Baird, N Bierne, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (2), 229-246, 2013
17832013
What we still don't know about polyploidy
DE Soltis, RJA Buggs, JJ Doyle, PS Soltis
Taxon 59 (5), 1387-1403, 2010
3272010
Empirical study of hybrid zone movement
RJA Buggs
Heredity 99 (3), 301-312, 2007
3232007
Transcriptomic shock generates evolutionary novelty in a newly formed, natural allopolyploid plant
RJA Buggs, L Zhang, N Miles, JA Tate, L Gao, W Wei, PS Schnable, ...
Current Biology, 2011
1812011
Rapid, repeated, and clustered loss of duplicate genes in allopolyploid plant populations of independent origin
RJA Buggs, S Chamala, W Wu, JA Tate, PS Schnable, DE Soltis, ...
Current biology 22 (3), 248-252, 2012
1592012
Gene loss and silencing in Tragopogon miscellus (Asteraceae): comparison of natural and synthetic allotetraploids
RJA Buggs, AN Doust, JA Tate, J Koh, K Soltis, FA Feltus, AH Paterson, ...
Heredity 103 (1), 73-81, 2009
1492009
Genome sequence of dwarf birch (Betula nana) and cross‐species RAD markers
N Wang, M Thomson, WJA Bodles, RMM Crawford, HV Hunt, ...
Molecular Ecology 22 (11), 3098-3111, 2013
1472013
Genome sequence and genetic diversity of European ash trees
ESA Sollars, AL Harper, LJ Kelly, CM Sambles, RH Ramirez-Gonzalez, ...
Nature 541 (7636), 212-216, 2017
1312017
Development of anonymous cDNA microarrays to study changes to the Senecio floral transcriptome during hybrid speciation
MJ Hegarty, JM Jones, ID Wilson, GL Barker, JA Coghill, ...
Molecular ecology 14 (8), 2493-2510, 2005
1312005
Characterization of duplicate gene evolution in the recent natural allopolyploid Tragopogon miscellus by next‐generation sequencing and Sequenom iPLEX …
RJA Buggs, S Chamala, WEI Wu, LU Gao, GD May, PS Schnable, ...
Molecular ecology 19, 132-146, 2010
1292010
Ecological differentiation and diploid superiority across a moving ploidy contact zone
RJA Buggs, JR Pannell
Evolution 61 (1), 125-140, 2007
1182007
Polyploidy and the sexual system: what can we learn from Mercurialis annua?
JR Pannell, DJ OBBARD, RJA BUGGS
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 82 (4), 547-560, 2004
1162004
Tissue‐specific silencing of homoeologs in natural populations of the recent allopolyploid Tragopogon mirus
RJA Buggs, NM Elliott, L Zhang, J Koh, LF Viccini, DE Soltis, PS Soltis
New Phytologist 186 (1), 175-183, 2010
1142010
The legacy of diploid progenitors in allopolyploid gene expression patterns
RJA Buggs, JF Wendel, JJ Doyle, DE Soltis, PS Soltis, JE Coate
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
982014
Hybridization, polyploidy, and the evolution of sexual systems in Mercurialis (Euphorbiaceae)
DJ Obbard, SA Harris, RJA Buggs, JR Pannell
Evolution 60 (9), 1801-1815, 2006
972006
Next‐generation sequencing and genome evolution in allopolyploids
RJA Buggs, S Renny‐Byfield, M Chester, IE Jordon‐Thaden, LF Viccini, ...
American Journal of Botany 99 (2), 372-382, 2012
922012
Molecular markers for tolerance of European ash (Fraxinus excelsior) to dieback disease identified using Associative Transcriptomics
AL Harper, LV McKinney, LR Nielsen, L Havlickova, Y Li, M Trick, F Fraser, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
832016
Rapid displacement of a monoecious plant lineage is due to pollen swamping by a dioecious relative
RJA Buggs, JR Pannell
Current Biology 16 (10), 996-1000, 2006
762006
Synthetic polyploids of Tragopogon miscellus and T. mirus (Asteraceae): 60 Years after Ownbey's discovery
JA Tate, VV Symonds, AN Doust, RJA Buggs, E Mavrodiev, LC Majure, ...
American Journal of Botany 96 (5), 979-988, 2009
722009
Unidirectional diploid–tetraploid introgression among British birch trees with shifting ranges shown by restriction site‐associated markers
J Zohren, N Wang, I Kardailsky, JS Borrell, A Joecker, RA Nichols, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (11), 2413-2426, 2016
652016
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