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Kooyers, N.J., K.A. Morioka, K.S. Clark, A. Donofrio, S.K. Estill, C.R. Pascualy, M. Hagler, C. Cho, B.K. Blackman. In revision. Population responses to a historic drought across the range of the common monkeyflower (Mimulus guttatus). American Journal of Botany
Kooyers, N.J., A. Donofrio, B.K. Blackman, L.M Holeski. In press. The genetic architecture of plant defense tradeoffs in a common monkeyflower. DOI: 10.1093/jhered/esaa015
Kooyers, N.J.2019. Are drought resistance strategies associated with life history strategy? Annals of Botany 124(1):vi-viii. Link
Lowry, D.B., J.M. Sobel, A.L. Angert, T.L Ashman, R.L. Baker, B.K. Blackman, Y. Brandvain, K.J.R.P. Byers, A.M. Cooley, J.M. Coughlan, M.R. Dudash, C.B. Fenster, K.G. Ferris, L. Fishman, J. Friedman, D.L. Grossenbacher, L.M. Holeski, C.T. Ivey, K.M. Kay, V.A. Koelling, N.J. Kooyers, M. Vallejo-Marín, C.J. Murren, M.L. Peterson, J.R. Puzey, M.C. Rotter, J.R. Seemann, J.P. Sexton , S.N. Sheth, M.A. Streisfeld, A.L. Sweigart, A.D. Twyford, J.H. Willis, C.A. Wu, Y.W Yuan. In press. The case for the continued use of the genus name Mimulus for all monkeyflowers. Taxon 68(4): 617-623
Kooyers, N.J., J.M Colicchio, A.B. Greenlee, E. Patterson, N.T. Handloser, B.K. Blackman. 2019. Lagging adaptation to climate change supersedes local adaptation to herbivory in an annual monkeyflower. The American Naturalist. 194(4): 541-557
Kooyers, N.J., B.H. Bakken, M.C. Ungerer,K.M. Olsen. 2018. Freeze-induced cyanide toxicity does not maintain the cyanogenesis polymorphism in white clover (Trifolium repens). American Journal of Botany 105(7): 1-8 (Cover Article)
Kooyers, N.J., B.K. Blackman, L.M Holeski. 2017. Optimal defense theory explains deviations from latitudinal herbivory defense hypothesis. Ecology 98(4): 1036-1048 Kooyers, N.J., B. James, B.K. Blackman. 2017. Competition drives trait evolution andcharacter displacement between Mimulus species along anenvironmental gradient. Evolution 71(5): 1425-1427
Featured: K.E. Eisen. 2017. Digest: Trait variation in Mimulus provides new evidence for the joint action of ecological sorting and character displacement. Evolution 71(5): 1425-1427
Kooyers, N.J. 2015.The evolution of drought escape and avoidance in natural herbaceous populations. Plant Science 234:155-162
Kooyers, N.J., A.B. Greenlee, J.M. Colicchio, M. Oh, B.K. Blackman. 2014. Replicate altitudinal clines reveal evolutionary flexibility underlies adaptation to drought stress in annual Mimulus guttatus. New Phytologist. 206:152-165
Kooyers, N.J., K.M. Olsen. 2014. Adaptive cyanogenesis clines in introduced regions evolve through geographical sorting of previously existing gene deletions. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Early View: doi: 10.1111/jeb.12466
Kooyers, N.J., L.R. Gage, A. Al-Lozi, K.M. Olsen. 2014. Aridity shapes cyanogenesis cline evolution in white clover (Trifolium repens L.). Molecular Ecology 23:1053-1070
Olsen, K.M., N .J.Kooyers, L. Small.2014 Adaptive gains through repeated gene loss: Parallel evolution of cyanogenesis polymorphisms in the genus Trifolium. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369: 20130347.
Kooyers, N.J., K.M. Olsen. 2013. Searching for the Bull’s-eye: Targets of selection on cyanogenesis in white clover (Trifolium repens L.) vary between geographically disparate clinal replicates. Heredity. 11:495-504
Olsen, K.M., N.J.Kooyers, L. Small. 2012. Recurrent gene deletions and the evolution of adaptive cyanogenesis polymorphisms in white clover (Trifolium repens L.). Molecular Ecology 22: 724-738
Kooyers, N.J., K.M. Olsen. 2012. Rapid evolution of an adaptive cyanogenesis cline in introduced North American white clover (Trifolium repens L.) Molecular Ecology 21: 2455-2468
Dobritsa, A.A. , A. Geanconteri, J. Shrestha, A. Carlson, N.J. Kooyers*, D. Coerper, E. Urbanczyk, B.J. Bench, L.W. Sumner, R. Swanson, D. Preuss. 2011. A large-scale genetic screen in Arabidopsis thaliana to identify genes involved in pollen exine production. Plant Physiology 157: 947-970.