Stanley C. Spencer

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PUBLICATIONS


Spencer, S. C., and A. E. Spencer. 2003. Navarretia willamettensis and Navarretia saximontana (Polemoniaceae), new species from ephemeral wetlands of western North America. Madrono 50:196-199.

Spencer, S. C., and L. H. Rieseberg. 1998. Evolution of amphibious vernal pool specialist annuals: putative vernal pool adaptive traits in Navarretia (Polemoniaceae). In C.W. Witham, D. Belk, W. Ferren, and R. Ornduff (eds.) Ecology, conservation, and management of vernal pool ecosystems -- proceedings from a 1996 conference. California Native Plant Society, Sacramento, California.

Spencer, S. C., and J. M. Porter. 1997. Evolutionary diversification and adaptation to novel environments in Navarretia (Polemoniaceae). Systematic Botany 22:649-668.

Wolf, D. E., L. H. Rieseberg, and S. C. Spencer. 1997. The genetic mechanism of sex determination in the androdioecious flowering plant, Datisca glomerata (Datiscaceae). Heredity 78:190-204.

Spencer, S. C. 1997. The evolution of vernal pool specialists in Navarretia (Polemoniaceae). Ph.D. Dissertation. Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California. [ABSTRACT]

Spencer, S. C., and L. H. Rieseberg. 1995. The importance of flowering time and flower number in the relative fitness of males and hermaphrodites in Datisca glomerata (Datiscaceae). Plant Species Biology 10: 65-69.

Rieseberg, L. H., G. J. Allan, Y. Bui, J. Greene, P. L. Morrell, S. C. Spencer, and B. O'Brien. 1994. Genetic fingerprinting of various native California cultivars. Madrono 41:30-38.

Carlson, C. E., R. G. Cates, and S. C. Spencer. 1991. Foliar terpenes of a putative hybrid swarm (Larix occidentalis Nutt. X L. lyallii Par.) in western Montana. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 21:876-881.

PRESENTED PAPERS AND SEMINARS

Spencer, S. C. 1998. Epistasis for fitness in Chamaecrista fasciculata. Biology of Small Populations RTG Spring Symposium, University of Maryland (College Park). April 4, 1998. [POSTER]

Spencer, S. C. 1997. Epistasis for fitness in Chamaecrista fasciculata. BEES Research Symposium, University of Maryland (College Park). January 26, 1998.

Spencer, S. C. 1997. Evolutionary applications of QTL mapping. Laboratory of Molecular Systematics, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. July 17, 1997.

Spencer, S. C. 1997. The evolution of vernal pool specialists in Navarretia (Polemoniaceae). EcoLunch, University of Maryland (College Park). April 1, 1997.

Spencer, S. C. 1996. Linkage mapping with AFLP markers. Laboratory of Molecular Systematics, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. November 15, 1996.

Wolf, D. E., L. H. Rieseberg and S. Spencer. 1996. The genetic mechanism of sex determination in the androdioecious flowering plant, Datisca glomerata (Datiscaceae). AIBS Meeting. Seattle, Washington. American Journal of Botany 83:101 (abstract).

Spencer, S. C., and J. M. Porter. 1996. The evolution of serpentine and vernal pool tolerance in Navarretia (Polemoniaceae). AIBS Meeting. Seattle, Washington. American Journal of Botany 83:193 (abstract).

Spencer, S. C., and L. H. Rieseberg. 1996. Evolution of amphibious vernal pool specialist annuals: putative vernal pool adaptive traits in Navarretia (Polemoniaceae). Conference on the Ecology, Conservation, and Management of Vernal Pool Ecosystems. Sponsored by California Native Plant Society, Society for Ecological Restoration, and The Wildlife Society. Sacramento, California. June 19-21, 1996.

Spencer, S. C., 1996. Using phylogenetic estimates from morphology and ribosomal DNA (ITS region) to investigate the evolution of vernal pool adaptation in Navarretia (Polemoniaceae). Graduate Student Meetings of the California Botanical Society, Claremont, CA. February 24, 1996.

Spencer, S. C., 1995. Navarretia: present and past. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont, California. December 1, 1995.

Spencer, S. C., 1993. The evolution of vernal pool adaptation and restriction in Navarretia (Polemoniaceae) as inferred from anatomical, morphological, and palynological studies. AIBS Meeting. Ames, Iowa. American Journal of Botany 80:175 (abstract).


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