Johanna Schmitt
Johanna Schmitt
Professor of Evolution and Ecology, UC Davis
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TitleCited byYear
Testing the adaptive plasticity hypothesis: density-dependent selection on manipulated stem length in Impatiens capensis
SA Dudley, J Schmitt
The American Naturalist 147 (3), 445-465, 1996
5631996
The Evolution of Plant Ecophysiological Traits: Recent Advances and Future Directions: New research addresses natural selection, genetic constraints, and the adaptive evolution …
DD Ackerly, SA Dudley, SE Sultan, J Schmitt, JS Coleman, CR Linder, ...
Bioscience 50 (11), 979-995, 2000
4732000
A map of local adaptation in Arabidopsis thaliana
A Fournier-Level, A Korte, MD Cooper, M Nordborg, J Schmitt, ...
Science 334 (6052), 86-89, 2011
4622011
A latitudinal cline in flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana modulated by the flowering time gene FRIGIDA
JR Stinchcombe, C Weinig, M Ungerer, KM Olsen, C Mays, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (13), 4712-4717, 2004
4062004
Light spectral quality, phytochrome and plant competition
J Schmitt, RD Wulff
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 8 (2), 47-51, 1993
3811993
Genetic mechanisms and evolutionary significance of natural variation in Arabidopsis
T Mitchell-Olds, J Schmitt
Nature 441 (7096), 947, 2006
3782006
Epistatic interaction between Arabidopsis FRI and FLC flowering time genes generates a latitudinal cline in a life history trait
AL Caicedo, JR Stinchcombe, KM Olsen, J Schmitt, MD Purugganan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (44), 15670-15675, 2004
3632004
Effects of genetic perturbation on seasonal life history plasticity
AM Wilczek, JL Roe, MC Knapp, MD Cooper, C Lopez-Gallego, LJ Martin, ...
Science 323 (5916), 930-934, 2009
3332009
A test of the adaptive plasticity hypothesis using transgenic and mutant plants disabled in phytochrome-mediated elongation responses to neighbors
J Schmitt, AC McCormac, H Smith
The American Naturalist 146 (6), 937-953, 1995
3091995
POLLINATOR FORAGING BEHAVIOR AND GENE DISPERSAL IN SENECIO (COMPOSITAE)
J Schmitt
Evolution 34 (5), 934-943, 1980
2471980
Manipulative approaches to testing adaptive plasticity: phytochrome-mediated shade-avoidance responses in plants
J Schmitt, SA Dudley, M Pigliucci
the american naturalist 154 (S1), S43-S54, 1999
2391999
PLASTICITY TO LIGHT CUES AND RESOURCES IN ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA: TESTING FOR ADAPTIVE VALUE AND COSTS
LA Dorn, EH Pyle, J Schmitt
Evolution 54 (6), 1982-1994, 2000
2382000
The evolutionary ecology of seed germination of Arabidopsis thaliana: variable natural selection on germination timing
K Donohue, L Dorn, C Griffith, ES Kim, A Aguilera, CR Polisetty, J Schmitt
Evolution 59 (4), 758-770, 2005
2292005
Evidence of adaptive divergence in plasticity: density‐and site‐dependent selection on shade‐avoidance responses in Impatiens capensis
K Donohue, D Messiqua, EH Pyle, MS Heschel, J Schmitt
Evolution 54 (6), 1956-1968, 2000
1992000
Maternal environmental effects in plants: adaptive plasticity?
K Donohue
Maternal effects as adaptations, 137-158, 1998
1961998
The adaptive evolution of plasticity: phytochrome-mediated shade avoidance responses
J Schmitt, JR Stinchcombe, MS Heschel, H Huber
Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (3), 459-469, 2003
1952003
THE EFFECT OF DISTANCE FROM THE PARENTAL SITE ON OFFSPRING PERFORMANCE AND INBREEDING DEPRESSION IN IMPATIENS CAPENSIS: A …
J Schmitt, SE Gamble
Evolution 44 (8), 2022-2030, 1990
1911990
ENHANCEMENT OF INBREEDING DEPRESSION BY DOMINANCE AND SUPPRESSION IN IMPATIENS CAPENSIS
J Schmitt, DW Ehrhardt
Evolution 44 (2), 269-278, 1990
1791990
ENVIRONMENTAL AND GENETIC INFLUENCES ON THE GERMINATION OF ARABIDOPSIS THALLANA IN THE FIELD
K Donohue, L Dorn, C Griffith, ES Kim, A Aguilera, CR Polisetty, J Schmitt
Evolution 59 (4), 740-757, 2005
1712005
Genetic differentiation in morphological responses to simulated foliage shade between populations of Impatiens capensis from open and woodland sites
SA Dudley, J Schmitt
Functional Ecology, 655-666, 1995
1681995
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