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Marcus T. Brock
Marcus T. Brock
Research Scientist, University of Wyoming
Verified email at uwyo.edu
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FREQUENCY‐DEPENDENT FITNESS IN SILENE VULGARIS, A GYNODIOECIOUS PLANT
DE McCauley, MT Brock
Evolution 52 (1), 30-36, 1998
1141998
The plant circadian clock influences rhizosphere community structure and function
CJ Hubbard, MT Brock, LT Van Diepen, L Maignien, BE Ewers, C Weinig
The ISME Journal 12 (2), 400-410, 2018
1052018
Plasticity and environment-specific covariances: an investigation of floral–vegetative and within flower correlations
MT Brock, C Weinig
Evolution 61 (12), 2913-2924, 2007
1022007
A comparison of phenotypic plasticity in the native dandelion Taraxacum ceratophorum and its invasive congener T. officinale
MT Brock, C Weinig, C Galen
New Phytologist 166 (1), 173-183, 2005
932005
The potential for genetic assimilation of a native dandelion species, Taraxacum ceratophorum (Asteraceae), by the exotic congener T. officinale
MT Brock
American Journal of Botany 91 (5), 656-663, 2004
862004
Drought tolerance in the alpine dandelion, Taraxacum ceratophorum (Asteraceae), its exotic congener T. officinale, and interspecific hybrids under natural and …
MT Brock, C Galen
American Journal of Botany 92 (8), 1311-1321, 2005
852005
Genetic architecture of the circadian clock and flowering time in Brassica rapa
P Lou, Q Xie, X Xu, CE Edwards, MT Brock, C Weinig, CR McClung
Theoretical and applied genetics 123, 397-409, 2011
772011
Constraints on the evolution of adaptive plasticity: costs of plasticity to density are expressed in segregating progenies
JM Dechaine, JA Johnston, MT Brock, C Weinig
New Phytologist 176 (4), 874-882, 2007
632007
The effect of rhizosphere microbes outweighs host plant genetics in reducing insect herbivory
CJ Hubbard, B Li, R McMinn, MT Brock, L Maignien, BE Ewers, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (7), 1801-1811, 2019
592019
Genes underlying quantitative variation in ecologically important traits: PIF4 (PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR 4) is associated with variation in internode length …
MT Brock, JN Maloof, C Weinig
Molecular Ecology 19 (6), 1187-1199, 2010
552010
Host specificity and the genetic structure of two yucca moth species in a yucca hybrid zone
J Leebens‐Mack, O Pellmyr, M Brock
Evolution 52 (5), 1376-1382, 1998
431998
Genetic variation in tolerance of competition and neighbour suppression in Arabidopsis thaliana
CG Willis, MT Brock, C Weinig
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (7), 1412-1424, 2010
392010
Resolving the genetic basis of invasiveness and predicting invasions
C Weinig, MT Brock, JA Dechaine, SM Welch
Genetica 129, 205-216, 2007
382007
Circadian rhythms vary over the growing season and correlate with fitness components
MJ Rubin, MT Brock, AM Davis, ZM German, M Knapp, SM Welch, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (20), 5528-5540, 2017
362017
Polymorphic Genes of Major Effect: Consequences for Variation, Selection and Evolution in Arabidopsis thaliana
JR Stinchcombe, C Weinig, KD Heath, MT Brock, J Schmitt
Genetics 182 (3), 911-922, 2009
352009
Modeling development and quantitative trait mapping reveal independent genetic modules for leaf size and shape
RL Baker, WF Leong, MT Brock, RJC Markelz, MF Covington, ...
New Phytologist 208 (1), 257-268, 2015
342015
Coexistence of mutualists and antagonists: exploring the impact of cheaters on the yucca–yucca moth mutualism
DL Marr, MT Brock, O Pellmyr
Oecologia 128, 454-463, 2001
332001
Indirect effects of FRIGIDA: floral trait (co)variances are altered by seasonally variable abiotic factors associated with flowering time
MT Brock, JR Stinchcombe, C Weinig
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22 (9), 1826-1838, 2009
302009
Sequence diversity and haplotype associations with phenotypic responses to crowding: GIGANTEA affects fruit set in Arabidopsis thaliana
MT Brock, P Tiffin, C Weinig
Molecular ecology 16 (14), 3050-3062, 2007
302007
QTL architecture of reproductive fitness characters in Brassica rapa
JM Dechaine, MT Brock, C Weinig
BMC plant biology 14, 1-12, 2014
292014
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