Ken N. Paige
Ken N. Paige
Professor of Integrative Biology, University of Illinois
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Tracking the long-term decline and recovery of an isolated population
RL Westemeier, JD Brawn, SA Simpson, TL Esker, RW Jansen, JW Walk, ...
Science 282 (5394), 1695-1698, 1998
Overcompensation in response to mammalian herbivory: the advantage of being eaten
KN Paige, TG Whitham
The American Naturalist 129 (3), 407-416, 1987
Genetic analysis of an interspecific hybrid swarm of Populus: occurrence of unidirectional introgression.
P Keim, KN Paige, TG Whitham, KG Lark
Genetics 123 (3), 557-565, 1989
Ice-age endurance: DNA evidence of a white spruce refugium in Alaska
LL Anderson, FS Hu, DM Nelson, RJ Petit, KN Paige
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (33), 12447-12450, 2006
Plant responses to herbivory: the continuum from negative to positive and underlying physiological mechanisms
TG Whitham, KN Paige
Plant-animal interactions: evolutionary ecology in tropical and temperate …, 1991
Inbreeding Depression, Environmental Stress, and Population Size Variation in Scarlet Gilia (Ipomopsis aggregata)
MS Heschel, KN Paige
Conservation biology 9 (1), 126-133, 1995
Overcompensation in response to mammalian herbivory: from mutualistic to antagonistic interactions
KN Paige
Ecology 73 (6), 2076-2085, 1992
Genetic evaluation of a demographic bottleneck in the greater prairie chicken
JL Bouzat, HH Cheng, HA Lewin, RL Westemeier, JD Brawn, KN Paige
Conservation Biology 12 (4), 836-843, 1998
The ghost of genetic diversity past: historical DNA analysis of the greater prairie chicken
JL Bouzat, HA Lewin, KN Paige
The American Naturalist 152 (1), 1-6, 1998
Surviving the ice: Northern refugia and postglacial colonization
KC Rowe, EJ Heske, PW Brown, KN Paige
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (28), 10355-10359, 2004
Regrowth following ungulate herbivory in Ipomopsis aggregata: geographic evidence for overcompensation
KN Paige
Oecologia 118, 316-323, 1999
Plasticity in ploidy: a generalized response to stress
DR Scholes, KN Paige
Trends in Plant Science 20 (3), 165-175, 2015
Landscape scale genetic effects of habitat fragmentation on a high gene flow species: Speyeria idalia (Nymphalidae)
BL Williams, JD Brawn, KN Paige
Molecular Ecology 12 (1), 11-20, 2003
The effects of host‐plant genotype, hybridization, and environment on gall‐aphid attack and survival in cottonwood: The importance of genetic studies and the utility of RFLPs
KN Paige, WC Capman
Evolution 47 (1), 36-45, 1993
Bats and barometric pressure: conserving limited energy and tracking insects from the roost
KN Paige
Functional Ecology, 463-467, 1995
Segregating Variation in the Transcriptome: Cis Regulation and Additivity of Effects
KA Hughes, JF Ayroles, MM Reedy, JM Drnevich, KC Rowe, EA Ruedi, ...
Genetics 173 (3), 1347-1355, 2006
A genomewide assessment of inbreeding depression: gene number, function, and mode of action
JF Ayroles, KA Hughes, KC Rowe, MM Reedy, SL RODRIGUEZ‐ZAS, ...
Conservation Biology 23 (4), 920-930, 2009
Individual and population shifts in flower color by scarlet gilia: a mechanism for pollinator tracking
KN Paige, TG Whitham
Science 227 (4684), 315-317, 1985
The functional genomics of inbreeding depression: a new approach to an old problem
KN Paige
Bioscience 60 (4), 267-277, 2010
Herbivory and Ipomopsis aggregata: differences in response, differences in experimental protocol: a reply to Bergelson and Crawley
KN Paige
The American Naturalist 143 (4), 739-749, 1994
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