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Rubin, M.J. and J. Friedman. 2018. The role of cold cues at different life stages on germination and flowering phenology. In press at American Journal of Botany.

Twyford, A.D., A.M. Caola, P. Choudhary, R. Raina, and J. Friedman. 2018. Loss of color pigmentation is maintained at high frequency in a monkey flower population. American Naturalist. 191: 135-145 (pdf)

Friedman, J. 2017. Variation in gene regulation underlying annual and perennial flowering in Arabideae species. Molecular Ecology. 26: 3324–3326 (pdf)

Friedman, J., K.S. Hart, M.C. den Bakker. 2017. Losing one's touch: Evolution of the touch-sensitive stigma in the Mimulus guttatus species complex. American Journal of Botany. 104: 335-341 (pdf)

Preston, J.C., J. Zhong, M. McKeown, M.C. den Bakker, and J. Friedman. 2016. Comparative transcriptomics indicates a role for Short Vegetative Phase (SVP) genes in Mimulus guttatus vernalization responses. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics. 6: 1239-1249 (pdf)

Twyford A.D. and J. Friedman. 2015. Adaptive divergence in the monkey flower Mimulus guttatus is maintained by a chromosomal inversion. Evolution. 69: 1476-1486 (pdf)

Twyford A.D., M.A. Streisfeld, D.B. Lowry and J. Friedman. 2015. Genomic studies on the nature of species: adaptation and speciation in Mimulus. Molecular Ecology. 24: 2601-2609 (pdf)

Friedman J. and M.J. Rubin. 2015. All in good time: understanding annual and perennial strategies in plants. American Journal of Botany. 102: 497-499 (pdf)

Friedman J., A.D. Twyford, J.H. Willis, and B.K. Blackman. 2015. The extent and genetic basis of phenotypic divergence in life history traits in Mimulus guttatus. Molecular Ecology. 24: 111-122 (pdf)

Friedman J. 2014. Genetic determinants and epistasis for life history trait differences in the common monkey flower, Mimulus guttatus. Journal of Heredity. 105: 816-827 (pdf)

Yan J., M.D. Bradley, J. Friedman and R.D. Welch. 2014. Phenotypic profiling of ABC transporter coding genes in Myxococcus xanthus. Frontiers in Microbiology. 5: 352. (pdf)

Friedman J. and J.H. Willis. 2013. Major QTLs for critical photoperiod and vernalization underlie extensive variation in flowering in the Mimulus guttatus species complex. New Phytologist 199: 571-583 (pdf)

Friedman J. 2011. Gone with the wind: understanding evolutionary transitions between wind and animal pollination in the angiosperms. New Phytologist 191: 911-913 (pdf)

Friedman J. and S.C.H. Barrett. 2011 Genetic and environmental control of temporal and size-dependent sex allocation in a wind-pollinated plant. Evolution 65: 2061–2074 (pdf)

Friedman J. and S.C.H. Barrett. 2011. The evolution of ovule number and flower size in wind-pollinated plants. American Naturalist 177: 246-257 (pdf)

Friedman J. and S.C.H. Barrett. 2009. Wind of change: new insights on the ecology and evolution of pollination and mating in wind-pollinated plants. Annals of Botany 103: 1515-1527 (pdf)

Friedman J. and S.C.H. Barrett. 2009. The consequences of monoecy and protogyny for mating in wind-pollinated Carex. New Phytologist 181: 489-497 (pdf)

Stehlik I., J. Friedman and S.C.H. Barrett. 2008. Environmental influence on primary sex ratio in a dioecious plant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 105: 10852-10857 (pdf)

Friedman J. and S.C.H. Barrett. 2008. High outcrossing in the annual colonizing species Ambrosia artemisiifolia. Annals of Botany 101: 1303-1309 (pdf)

Friedman J. and S.C.H. Barrett. 2008. A phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of wind pollination in the angiosperms. International Journal of Plant Sciences 169: 49-58 (pdf)

Friedman J. and L.D. Harder. 2005. Functional associations of floret and inflorescence traits among grass species. American Journal of Botany 92: 1862-1870 (pdf)

Friedman J. and L.D. Harder. 2004. Inflorescence architecture and wind pollination in six grass species. Functional Ecology 18: 851-860 (pdf)

Dorken, M.E., J. Friedman and S.C.H. Barrett. 2002. The evolution and maintenance of monoecy and dioecy in Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae). Evolution 56: 31-41 (pdf)

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photo: G. Pilch