Recent Publications

 

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Zhang W., Kramer E.M., and C.C. Davis. 2016. Differential Expression of CYC2 Genes and the Elaboration of Floral Morphologies in Hiptage, an Old World Genus of Malpighiaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences 177 (7): 551-558.

Zhang, W., V.W. Steinmann, L. Nikolov, E.M. Kramer, and C.C. Davis. 2013. Divergent genetic mechanisms underlie reversals to radial floral symmetry from diverse zygomorphic flowered ancestors. Frontiers in Plant Science 4.

Zhang, W., E.M. Kramer, and C.C. Davis. 2012. Similar genetic mechanisms underlie the parallel evolution of floral phenotypes. Plos One 7(4):e36033.

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Zhang, W., E.M. Kramer, and C.C. Davis. 2010. Floral symmetry genes and the origin and maintenance of zygomorphy in a plant-pollinator mutualism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(14):6388-6393.

 

Abstracts

Khojayori, F., J. Zhang, E.M. Kramer, C.C. Davis, and W. Zhang. 2018. CYC2-like genes elucidate floral symmetry evolution following a major biogeographic disjunction. Botany 2018: Thriving with Diversity. 

Zhang, J., E.M. Kramer, C.C. Davis, and W. Zhang. 2018.  Early spatial shift in CYC2 expression implicated in the development of floral zygomorphy in Malpighiaceae. Botany 2018: Thriving with Diversity. 

Zhang, J., S. Cappellari-Rabeling, E.M. Kramer, C.C. Davis, and W. Zhang. 2018. CYC2 genes and the reversal from floral zygomorphy to actinomorphy in Stigmaphyllon A. Juss. (Malpighiaceae). Botany 2018: Thriving with Diversity. 

Khojayori, F., E.M. Kramer, C.C. Davis, and W. Zhang. 2018.J. Zhang, E.M. Kramer, C.C. Davis, and W. Zhang. 2017. CYC2-like genes elucidate floral symmetry evolution following a major biogeographic disjunction. Botany 2017: Botanical Crossroads.

Khojayori, F., J. Zhang, E.M. Kramer, C.C. Davis, and W. Zhang. 2016. Divergence of CYC2-like genes correlates with reversal to floral actinomorphy in Brachylophon curtisii Oliver (Malpighiaceae). Botany 2016: Celebrating our History, Conserving our Future.

 

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