Kathryn A. Hodgins

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Publications of Kathryn A. Hodgins (7 listed):

New Phytologist (2020) 226, 1864-1872
Akane Uesugi, David J. Baker, Nissanka de Silva, Kristin Nurkowski and Kathryn A. Hodgins (2020)
A lack of genetically compatible mates constrains the spread of an invasive weed

Ecology and Evolution (2020) 10, 4595-4608
Brechann V. McGoey, Kathryn A. Hodgins and John R. Stinchcombe (2020)
Parallel flowering time clines in native and introduced ragweed populations are likely due to adaptation

New Phytologist (2019) 222, 614-627
Lotte A. van Boheemen, Daniel Z. Atwater and Kathryn A. Hodgins (2019)
Rapid and repeated local adaptation to climate in an invasive plant

Molecular Ecology (2017) 26, 5421-5434
Lotte A. van Boheemen, Eric Lombaert, Kristin A. Nurkowski, Bertrand Gauffre, Loren H. Rieseberg and Kathryn A. Hodgins (2017)
Multiple introductions, admixture and bridgehead invasion characterize the introduction history of Ambrosia artemisiifolia in Europe and Australia

Evolutionary Applications (2015) 8, 23-46
Steven L. Chown, Kathryn A. Hodgins, Philippa C. Griffin, John G. Oakeshott, Margaret Byrne and Ary A. Hoffmann (2015)
Biological invasions, climate change and genomics

Molecular Ecology (2014) 23, 2141-2143
Kathryn Hodgins (2014)
Unearthing the impact of human disturbance on a notorious weed

Molecular Ecology (2013) 22, 2496-2510
Kathryn A. Hodgins, Zhao Lai, Kristin Nurkowski, Jie Huang and Loren H. Rieseberg (2013)
The molecular basis of invasiveness: differences in gene expression of native and introduced common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) in stressful and benign environments