John M. Burke
John M. Burke
Distinguished Research Professor, Plant Biology, University of Georgia
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TitleCited byYear
Genetics and the fitness of hybrids
JM Burke, ML Arnold
Annual Review of Genetics 35 (1), 31-52, 2001
5482001
EST-SSRs as a resource for population genetic analyses
JR Ellis, JM Burke
Heredity 99 (2), 125-132, 2007
5132007
Agriculture: feeding the future
S McCouch, GJ Baute, J Bradeen, P Bramel, PK Bretting, E Buckler, ...
Nature 499 (7456), 23, 2013
2972013
Genetic analysis of sunflower domestication
JM Burke, S Tang, SJ Knapp, LH Rieseberg
Genetics 161 (3), 1257-1267, 2002
2672002
The genetic architecture necessary for transgressive segregation is common in both natural and domesticated populations
LH Rieseberg, A Widmer, AM Arntz, B Burke
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological …, 2003
2512003
Natural hybridization: how low can you go and still be important?
ML Arnold, MR Bulger, JM Burke, AL Hempel, JH Williams
Ecology 80 (2), 371-381, 1999
2241999
Genomic islands of divergence are not affected by geography of speciation in sunflowers
S Renaut, CJ Grassa, S Yeaman, BT Moyers, Z Lai, NC Kane, JE Bowers, ...
Nature Communications 4, 1827, 2013
2112013
EST databases as a source for molecular markers: Lessons from Helianthus
CH Pashley, JR Ellis, DE McCauley, JM Burke
Journal of Heredity 97 (4), 381-388, 2006
2082006
Letting the gene out of the bottle: the population genetics of genetically modified crops
MA Chapman, JM Burke
New Phytologist 170 (3), 429-443, 2006
2002006
Directional selection is the primary cause of phenotypic diversification
LH Rieseberg, A Widmer, AM Arntz, JM Burke
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (19), 12242-12245, 2002
1992002
Parallel genotypic adaptation: when evolution repeats itself
TE Wood, JM Burke, LH Rieseberg
Genetica 123 (1-2), 157-170, 2005
1922005
Fitness effects of transgenic disease resistance in sunflowers
JM Burke, LH Rieseberg
Science 300 (5623), 1250-1250, 2003
1902003
Patterns of nucleotide diversity in wild and cultivated sunflower
A Liu, JM Burke
Genetics 173 (1), 321-330, 2006
1852006
The biological reality of species: gene flow, selection, and collective evolution
LH Rieseberg, JM Burke
Taxon, 47-67, 2001
1772001
Extensive chromosomal repatterning and the evolution of sterility barriers in hybrid sunflower species
Z Lai, T Nakazato, M Salmaso, JM Burke, S Tang, SJ Knapp, ...
Genetics 171 (1), 291-303, 2005
1712005
The sunflower genome provides insights into oil metabolism, flowering and Asterid evolution
Nature 546 (7656), 148-152, 2017
1612017
Molecular insights into the evolution of crop plants
JC Burger, MA Chapman, JM Burke
American Journal of Botany 95 (2), 113-122, 2008
1502008
Genetic divergence and hybrid speciation
MA Chapman, JM Burke
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 61 (7), 1773-1780, 2007
1452007
Widespread natural variation of DNA methylation within angiosperms
CE Niederhuth, AJ Bewick, L Ji, MS Alabady, K Do Kim, Q Li, NA Rohr, ...
Genome Biology 17 (1), 194, 2016
1262016
Genetic diversity and population structure in cultivated sunflower and a comparison to its wild progenitor, Helianthus annuus L
JR Mandel, JM Dechaine, LF Marek, JM Burke
Theoretical and applied genetics 123 (5), 693-704, 2011
1152011
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