John Pannell

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The role of lateral and vertical herkogamy in the divergence of the blue- and red-flowered lineages of Lysimachia arvensis.
Jiménez-López F.J., Ortiz P.L., Talavera M., Pannell J.R., Arista M., 2020/06/01. Annals of botany, 125 (7) pp. 1127-1135. Peer-reviewed.
The opposing effects of genetic drift and Haldane's sieve on floral-morph frequencies in tristylous metapopulations.
Roux C., Pannell J.R., 2019/11. The New phytologist, 224 (3) pp. 1229-1240. Peer-reviewed.
YY males of the dioecious plant Mercurialis annua are fully viable but produce largely infertile pollen.
Li X., Veltsos P., Cossard G.G., Gerchen J., Pannell J.R., 2019/11. The New phytologist, 224 (3) pp. 1394-1404. Peer-reviewed.
The heavy burden of female reproduction. A commentary on: 'Time for a change: patterns of sex expression, health and mortality in a sex-changing tree'.
Pannell J.R., 2019/10/18. Annals of botany, 124 (3) pp. iv-v. Peer-reviewed.
A new biological species in the Mercurialis annua polyploid complex: functional divergence in inflorescence morphology and hybrid sterility.
Ma W.J., Santos Del Blanco L., Pannell J.R., 2019/08/02. Annals of botany, 124 (1) pp. 165-178. Peer-reviewed.
Sexual dimorphism and rapid turnover in gene expression in pre-reproductive seedlings of a dioecious herb.
Cossard G.G., Toups M.A., Pannell J.R., 2019/07/08. Annals of botany, 123 (7) pp. 1119-1131. Peer-reviewed.
Early Sex-Chromosome Evolution in the Diploid Dioecious Plant Mercurialis annua.
Veltsos P., Ridout K.E., Toups M.A., González-Martínez S.C., Muyle A., Emery O., Rastas P., Hudzieczek V., Hobza R., Vyskot B. et al., 2019/07. Genetics, 212 (3) pp. 815-835. Peer-reviewed.
Do metrics of sexual selection conform to Bateman's principles in a wind-pollinated plant?
Tonnabel J., David P., Pannell J.R., 2019/06/26. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 286 (1905) p. 20190532. Peer-reviewed.
A functional decomposition of sex inconstancy in the dioecious, colonizing plant Mercurialis annua.
Cossard G.G., Pannell J.R., 2019/05. American journal of botany, 106 (5) pp. 722-732. Peer-reviewed.
Rapid loss of self-incompatibility in experimental populations of the perennial outcrossing plant Linaria cavanillesii.
Voillemot M., Encinas-Viso F., Pannell J.R., 2019/05. Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 73 (5) pp. 913-926. Peer-reviewed.
Sex-specific selection on plant architecture through "budget" and "direct" effects in experimental populations of the wind-pollinated herb, Mercurialis annua.
Tonnabel J., David P., Klein E.K., Pannell J.R., 2019/05. Evolution, 73 (5) pp. 897-912. Peer-reviewed.
Low siring success of females with an acquired male function illustrates the legacy of sexual dimorphism in constraining the breakdown of dioecy.
Santos Del Blanco L., Tudor E., Pannell J.R., 2019/03. Ecology letters, 22 (3) pp. 486-497. Peer-reviewed.
Heritabilities of lateral and vertical herkogamy in Lysimachia arvensis
Jiménez-López F.J., Arista M., Talavera M., Pannell J.R., Ortiz P.L., 2019/01. Plant Species Biology, 34 (1) pp. 31-37. Peer-reviewed.
Characterization of microsatellite markers for <i>Moricandia moricandioides</i> (Brassicaceae) and related species.
Cuenot Y., Gómez J.M., González-Megias A., Pannell J.R., Torices R., 2018/08. Applications in plant sciences, 6 (8) pp. e01172. Peer-reviewed.
Kin discrimination allows plants to modify investment towards pollinator attraction.
Torices R., Gómez J.M., Pannell J.R., 2018/05/22. Nature communications, 9 (1) p. 2018. Peer-reviewed.
Sex Determination: Sterility Genes out of Sequence.
Pannell J.R., Gerchen J., 2018/01/22. Current biology, 28 (2) pp. R80-R83. Peer-reviewed.
Gender specialisation and stigma height dimorphism in Mediterranean Lithodora fruticosa (Boraginaceae).
Pannell J.R., 2018. Plant Biology, 20 Suppl 1 pp. 112-117. Peer-reviewed.
Pleiotropic effect of the Flowering Locus C on plant resistance and defence against insect herbivores
Rasmann S., Sánchez Vilas J., Glauser G., Cartolano M., Lempe J., Tsiantis M., Pannell J.R., 2018. Journal of Ecology, 106 (3) pp. 1244-1255. Peer-reviewed.
Size and Content of the Sex-Determining Region of the Y Chromosome in Dioecious <i>Mercurialis annua</i>, a Plant with Homomorphic Sex Chromosomes.
Veltsos P., Cossard G., Beaudoing E., Beydon G., Savova Bianchi D., Roux C., C González-Martínez S., R Pannell J., 2018. Genes, 9 (6) pp. NA. Peer-reviewed.
The divergence history of the perennial plant Linaria cavanillesii confirms a recent loss of self-incompatibility.
Voillemot M., Rougemont Q., Roux C., Pannell J.R., 2018/01. Journal of evolutionary biology, 31 (1) pp. 136-147. Peer-reviewed.
Low number of fixed somatic mutations in a long-lived oak tree.
Schmid-Siegert E., Sarkar N., Iseli C., Calderon S., Gouhier-Darimont C., Chrast J., Cattaneo P., Schütz F., Farinelli L., Pagni M. et al., 2017/12. Nature plants, 3 (12) pp. 926-929. Peer-reviewed.
Range Expansion Compromises Adaptive Evolution in an Outcrossing Plant.
González-Martínez S.C., Ridout K., Pannell J.R., 2017/08/21. Current biology, 27 (16) pp. 2544-2551.e4. Peer-reviewed.
Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for diploid populations of the wind-pollinated herb Mercurialis annua.
Machado A.P., Pannell J.R., Tonnabel J., 2017/08/10. BMC Research Notes, 10 (1) p. 386. Peer-reviewed.
Effects of pollination intensity on offspring number and quality in a wind-pollinated herb
Labouche A.M., Richards S.A., Pannell J.R., 2017. Journal of Ecology, 105 (1) pp. 197-208. Peer-reviewed.
Inbreeding depression is high in a self-incompatible perennial herb population but absent in a self-compatible population showing mixed mating.
Voillemot M., Pannell J.R., 2017. Ecology and Evolution, 7 (20) pp. 8535-8544. Peer-reviewed.
Maintenance of mixed mating after the loss of self-incompatibility in a long-lived perennial herb.
Voillemot M., Pannell J.R., 2017. Annals of Botany, 119 (1) pp. 177-190. Peer-reviewed.
No difference in plasticity between different ploidy levels in the Mediterranean herb Mercurialis annua.
Sánchez Vilas J., Pannell J.R., 2017. Scientific Reports, 7 (1) p. 9484. Peer-reviewed.
On the rarity of dioecy in flowering plants.
Käfer J., Marais G.A., Pannell J.R., 2017. Molecular Ecology, 26 (5) pp. 1225-1241. Peer-reviewed.
Plant Sex Determination.
Pannell J.R., 2017. Current biology, 27 (5) pp. R191-R197. Peer-reviewed.
Self-compatibility is over-represented on islands.
Grossenbacher D.L., Brandvain Y., Auld J.R., Burd M., Cheptou P.O., Conner J.K., Grant A.G., Hovick S.M., Pannell J.R., Pauw A. et al., 2017. New Phytologist, 215 (1) pp. 469-478.
Sex-specific strategies of resource allocation in response to competition for light in a dioecious plant.
Tonnabel J., David P., Pannell J.R., 2017. Oecologia, 185 (4) pp. 675-686. Peer-reviewed.
Small-scale and regional spatial dynamics of an annual plant with contrasting sexual systems
Dorken M.E., Freckleton R.P., Pannell J.R., 2017. Journal of Ecology, 105 (4) pp. 1044-1057. Peer-reviewed.
Mimicry in plants.
Pannell J.R., Farmer E.E., 2016/09/12. Current biology, 26 (17) pp. R784-5. Peer-reviewed.
Long story short.
Pannell J.R., Cossard G., 2016/09/06. eLife, 5 pp. e20314. Peer-reviewed.
A test of the size-constraint hypothesis for a limit to sexual dimorphism in plants.
Labouche A.M., Pannell J.R., 2016/07. Oecologia, 181 (3) pp. 873-884. Peer-reviewed.
Sex Determination: Separate Sexes Are a Double Turnoff in Melons.
Ma W.J., Pannell J.R., 2016. Current Biology : Cb, 26 (4) pp. R171-R174. Peer-reviewed.
Evolution of the mating system in colonizing plants.
Pannell J.R., 2015. Molecular Ecology, 24 (9) pp. 2018-2037. Peer-reviewed.
Female sterility associated with increased clonal propagation suggests a unique combination of androdioecy and asexual reproduction in populations of Cardamine amara (Brassicaceae).
Tedder A., Helling M., Pannell J.R., Shimizu-Inatsugi R., Kawagoe T., van Campen J., Sese J., Shimizu K.K., 2015. Annals of Botany, 115 (5) pp. 763-776.
Inferring the mode of origin of polyploid species from next-generation sequence data.
Roux C., Pannell J.R., 2015. Molecular Ecology, 24 (5) pp. 1047-1059. Peer-reviewed.
Plant Mating Systems: Female Sterility in the Driver's Seat.
Pannell J.R., Voillemot M., 2015. Current Biology, 25 (12) pp. R511-R514.
Plant sex chromosomes: lost genes with little compensation.
Toups M., Veltsos P., Pannell J.R., 2015. Current Biology, 25 (10) pp. R427-R430.
Sex determination in dioecious Mercurialis annua and its close diploid and polyploid relatives.
Russell J.R., Pannell J.R., 2015. Heredity, 114 (3) pp. 262-271.
The scope of Baker's law.
Pannell J.R., Auld J.R., Brandvain Y., Burd M., Busch J.W., Cheptou P.O., Conner J.K., Goldberg E.E., Grant A.G., Grossenbacher D.L. et al., 2015. New Phytologist, 208 (3) pp. 656-667.
A quantitative genetic signature of senescence in a short-lived perennial plant.
Pujol B., Marrot P., Pannell J.R., 2014. Current Biology, 24 (7) pp. 744-747.
Evolución de la agregación y separación de sexos: ¿Qué hemos aprendido de las poblaciones ibéricas de Mercurialis annua?
Pannell J.R., Santos-del-Blanco L., 2014. Ecosistemas, 23 (3) pp. 13-22. Peer-reviewed.
Leaf Mimicry: Chameleon-like Leaves in a Patagonian Vine.
Pannell J.R., 2014. Current Biology, 24 (9) pp. R357-R359.
Plasticity in sex allocation in the plant Mercurialis annua is greater for hermaphrodites sampled from dimorphic than from monomorphic populations.
Sánchez Vilas J., Pannell J.R., 2014. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27 (9) pp. 1939-1947.
Regional variation in sex ratios and sex allocation in androdioecious Mercurialis annua.
Pannell J.R., Eppley S.M., Dorken M.E., Berjano R., 2014. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27 (7) pp. 1467-1477.
Evolution in subdivided plant populations: concepts, recent advances and future directions.
Pannell J.R., Fields P.D., 2013. New Phytologist, 201 (2) pp. 417-432.
The incidence and selection of multiple mating in plants.
Pannell J.R., Labouche A.M., 2013. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 368 (1613) p. 20120051.
Do plants adjust their sex allocation and secondary sexual morphology in response to their neighbours?
Sanchez Vilas J., Pannell J.R., 2012. Annals of Botany, 110 (7) pp. 1471-1478. Peer-reviewed.
Exogenous selection shapes germination behaviour and seedling traits of populations at different altitudes in a Senecio hybrid zone.
Ross R.I., Agren J.A., Pannell J.R., 2012. Annals of Botany, 110 (7) pp. 1439-1447. Peer-reviewed.
Genetic differentiation for size at first reproduction through male versus female functions in the widespread Mediterranean tree Pinus pinaster.
Santos-del-Blanco L., Climent J., González-Martínez S.C., Pannell J.R., 2012. Annals of Botany, 110 (7) pp. 1449-1460. Peer-reviewed.
Speciation genetics: reinforcement by shades and hues.
Pannell J.R., 2012. Current Biology, 22 (9) pp. R299-R302. Peer-reviewed.
The ecology of plant populations: their dynamics, interactions and evolution
Pannell J.R., 2012. Annals of Botany, 110 (7) pp. 1351-1355. Peer-reviewed.
Two's company, three's a crowd: experimental evaluation of the evolutionary maintenance of trioecy in Mercurialis annua (Euphorbiaceae).
Perry L.E., Pannell J.R., Dorken M.E., 2012. PLoS One, 7 (4) pp. e35597. Peer-reviewed.
Characterization of microsatellite loci and reliable genotyping in a polyploid plant, Mercurialis perennis (Euphorbiaceae).
Pfeiffer T., Roschanski A.M., Pannell J.R., Korbecka G., Schnittler M., 2011. Journal of Heredity, 102 (4) pp. 479-488.
Density-dependent pollen limitation and reproductive assurance in a wind-pollinated herb with contrasting sexual systems
Hesse E., Pannell J.R., 2011. Journal of Ecology, 99 (6) pp. 1531-1539. Peer-reviewed.
Mixed mating in androdioecious Mercurialis annua inferred using progeny arrays and diploid-acting microsatellite loci in a hexaploid background.
Korbecka G., Hamilton A., Pannell J.R., 2011. Annals of Botany, 107 (6) pp. 1057-1061. Peer-reviewed.
Sex-differential herbivory in androdioecious Mercurialis annua.
Sánchez Vilas J., Pannell J.R., 2011. PLoS One, 6 (7) pp. e22083. Peer-reviewed.
Sexual dimorphism in a dioecious population of the wind-pollinated herb Mercurialis annua: the interactive effects of resource availability and competition.
Hesse E., Pannell J.R., 2011. Annals of Botany, 107 (6) pp. 1039-1045. Peer-reviewed.
Sexual dimorphism in androdioecious Mercurialis annua, a wind-pollinated herb
Hesse E, Pannell J.R., 2011. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 172 (1) pp. 49-59. Peer-reviewed.
Sexual dimorphism in resource acquisition and deployment: both size and timing matter.
Sánchez Vilas J., Pannell J.R., 2011. Annals of Botany, 107 (1) pp. 119-126. Peer-reviewed.
Sexual selection in plants.
Moore J.C., Pannell J.R., 2011. Current Biology, 21 (5) pp. R176-R182. Peer-reviewed.
Canopy seed storage is associated with sexual dimorphism in the woody dioecious genus Leucadendron
Harris M.S., Pannell J.R., 2010. Journal of Ecology, 98 (2) pp. 509-515. Peer-reviewed.
Differential niche modification by males and females of a dioecious herb: extending the Jack Sprat effect.
Sánchez-Vilas J., Pannell J.R., 2010. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23 (10) pp. 2262-2266. Peer-reviewed.
Genetic load, inbreeding depression and heterosis in an age-structured metapopulation.
Zhou S., Zhou C., Pannell J.R., 2010. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23 (11) pp. 2324-2332. Peer-reviewed.
Inbreeding depression and genetic load at partially linked loci in a metapopulation.
Zhou S.R., Pannell J.R., 2010. Genetics Research, 92 (2) pp. 127-140. Peer-reviewed.
Mating-system evolution: rise of the irresistible males.
Pannell J.R., Korbecka G., 2010. Current Biology, 20 (11) pp. R482-R484. Peer-reviewed.
Solving the problem of ambiguous paralogy for marker loci: microsatellite markers with diploid inheritance in Allohexaploid Mercurialis annua (Euphorbiaceae).
Korbecka G., Rymer P.D., Harris S.A., Pannell J.R., 2010. Journal of Heredity, 101 (4) pp. 504-511. Peer-reviewed.
Symptoms of population range expansion: lessons from phenotypic and genetic differentiation in hexaploid Mercurialis annua
Pujol B, Obbard D.J, Pannell J.R., 2010. Plant Ecology and Diversity, 3 (2) pp. 103-108. Peer-reviewed.
The effect of pollen versus seed flow on the maintenance of nuclear-cytoplasmic gynodioecy.
Dufay M., Pannell J.R., 2010. Evolution, 64 (3) pp. 772-784. Peer-reviewed.
Effect of magnetic fields on cryptochrome-dependent responses in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Harris S.R., Henbest K.B., Maeda K., Pannell J.R., Timmel C.R., Hore P.J., Okamoto H., 2009. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 6 (41) pp. 1193-1205. Peer-reviewed.
Hermaphroditic sex allocation evolves when mating opportunities change.
Dorken M.E., Pannell J.R., 2009. Current Biology, 19 (6) pp. 514-517. Peer-reviewed.
Inbreeding depression in dioecious populations of the plant Mercurialis annua: comparisons between outcrossed progeny and the progeny of self-fertilized feminized males.
Eppley S.M., Pannell J.R., 2009. Heredity, 102 (6) pp. 600-608. Peer-reviewed.
Mating-system evolution: genies from a bottleneck.
Pannell J.R., 2009. Current Biology, 19 (9) pp. R369-R370. Peer-reviewed.
Mating-system evolution: succeeding by celibacy.
Pannell J.R., 2009. Current Biology, 19 (21) pp. R983-R985. Peer-reviewed.
On the problems of a closed marriage: celebrating Darwin 200.
Pannell J.R., 2009. Biology Letters, 5 (3) pp. 332-335. Peer-reviewed.
Rapid divergence in physiological and life-history traits between northern and southern populations of the British introduced neo-species, Senecio squalidus
Allan E, Pannell J.R., 2009. Oikos, 118 (7) pp. 1053-1061. Peer-reviewed.
Reduced inbreeding depression after species range expansion.
Pujol B., Zhou S.R., Sanchez Vilas J., Pannell J.R., 2009. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106 (36) pp. 15379-15383. Peer-reviewed.
Silene as a model system in ecology and evolution.
Bernasconi G., Antonovics J., Biere A., Charlesworth D., Delph L.F., Filatov D., Giraud T., Hood M.E., Marais G.A., McCauley D. et al., 2009. Heredity, 103 (1) pp. 5-14. Peer-reviewed.
The paradoxical spread of a new Y chromosome - a novel explanation
Pannell J.R, Pujol B., 2009. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 24 (2) pp. 59-63. Peer-reviewed.
Are Q(ST)-F(ST) comparisons for natural populations meaningful?
Pujol B., Wilson A.J., Ross R.I., Pannell J.R., 2008. Molecular Ecology, 17 (22) pp. 4782-4785. Peer-reviewed.
Clonal turnover versus clonal decay: a null model for observed patterns of asexual longevity, diversity and distribution.
Janko K., Drozd P., Flegr J., Pannell J.R., 2008. Evolution, 62 (5) pp. 1264-1270. Peer-reviewed.
Consequences of inbreeding depression due to sex-linked loci for the maintenance of males and outcrossing in branchiopod crustaceans.
Pannell J.R., 2008. Genetics Research, 90 (1) pp. 73-84. Peer-reviewed.
Density-dependent regulation of the sex ratio in an annual plant.
Dorken M.E., Pannell J.R., 2008. American Naturalist, 171 (6) pp. 824-830. Peer-reviewed.
Disassortative mating, sexual specialization, and the evolution of gender dimorphism in heterodichogamous Acer opalus.
Gleiser G., Verdú M., Segarra-Moragues J.G., González-Martínez S.C., Pannell J.R., 2008. Evolution, 62 (7) pp. 1676-1688. Peer-reviewed.
Gender variation and transitions between sexual systems in Mercurialis annua (Euphorbiaceae)
Pannell J.R., Dorken M.E., Pujol B., Berjano R., 2008. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 169 (1) pp. 129-139. Peer-reviewed.
Reduced responses to selection after species range expansion.
Pujol B., Pannell J.R., 2008. Science, 321 (5885) p. 96. Peer-reviewed.
Roots, shoots and reproduction: sexual dimorphism in size and costs of reproductive allocation in an annual herb.
Harris M.S., Pannell J.R., 2008. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 275 (1651) pp. 2595-2602. Peer-reviewed.
Siring success and paternal effects in heterodichogamous Acer opalus.
Gleiser G., Segarra-Moragues J.G., Pannell J.R., Verdú M., 2008. Annals of Botany, 101 (7) pp. 1017-1026. Peer-reviewed.
Density-dependent self-fertilization and male versus hermaphrodite siring success in an androdioecious plant.
Eppley S.M., Pannell J.R., 2007. Evolution, 61 (10) pp. 2349-2359. Peer-reviewed.
Dispersal ecology: where have all the seeds gone?
Pannell J.R., 2007. Current Biology, 17 (10) pp. R360-R362. Peer-reviewed.
Ecological differentiation and diploid superiority across a moving ploidy contact zone.
Buggs R.J., Pannell J.R., 2007. Evolution, 61 (1) pp. 125-140. Peer-reviewed.
Sexual systems and measures of occupancy and abundance in an annual plant: testing the metapopulation model.
Eppley S.M., Pannell J.R., 2007. American Naturalist, 169 (1) pp. 20-28. Peer-reviewed.
The maintenance of hybrid zones across a disturbance gradient.
Dorken M.E., Pannell J.R., 2007. Heredity, 99 (1) pp. 89-101. Peer-reviewed.
Colonisation as a common denominator in plant metapopulations and range expansions: effects on genetic diversity and sexual systems
Pannell J.R, Dorken M.E., 2006. Landscape Ecology, 21 (6) pp. 837-848. Peer-reviewed.
Hybridization, polyploidy, and the evolution of sexual systems in Mercurialis (Euphorbiaceae).
Obbard D.J., Harris S.A., Buggs R.J., Pannell J.R., 2006. Evolution, 60 (9) pp. 1801-1815. Peer-reviewed.
Mercurialis canariensis (Euphorbiaceae), a new endemic to the Canary Islands
Obbard D.J, Pannell J.R, Harris S.A., 2006. Kew Bulletin, 61 (1) pp. 99-106. Peer-reviewed.
Ovule discounting in an outcrossing, cryptically dioecious tree.
Verdú M., González-Martínez S.C., Montilla A.I., Mateu I., Pannell J.R., 2006. Evolution, 60 (10) pp. 2056-2063. Peer-reviewed.
Rapid displacement of a monoecious plant lineage is due to pollen swamping by a dioecious relative.
Buggs R.J., Pannell J.R., 2006. Current Biology, 16 (10) pp. 996-1000. Peer-reviewed.
Sexual systems and population genetic structure in an annual plant: testing the metapopulation model.
Obbard D.J., Harris S.A., Pannell J.R., 2006. American Naturalist, 167 (3) pp. 354-366. Peer-reviewed.
Simple allelic-phenotype diversity and differentiation statistics for allopolyploids.
Obbard D.J., Harris S.A., Pannell J.R., 2006. Heredity, 97 (4) pp. 296-303. Peer-reviewed.
The evolution of gender specialization from dimorphic hermaphroditism: paths from heterodichogamy to gynodioecy and androdioecy.
Pannell J.R., Verdú M., 2006. Evolution, 60 (4) pp. 660-673. Peer-reviewed.
'Haldane's Sieve' in a metapopulation: sifting through plant reproductive polymorphisms.
Pannell J.R., Dorken M.E., Eppley S.M., 2005. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 20 (7) pp. 374-379. Peer-reviewed.
Phenotypic plasticity and a functional vs genetic perspective of plant gender.
Pannell J.R., 2005. New Phytologist, 168 (3) pp. 506-509. Peer-reviewed.
Intraorganismal genetic heterogeneity: is it a useful concept?
Pannell J.R., Eppley S.M., 2004. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 17 (6) pp. 1180-1; discussion 1192-4. Peer-reviewed.
Paternal effects on functional gender account for cryptic dioecy in a perennial plant.
Verdú M., Montilla A.I., Pannell J.R., 2004. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences, 271 (1552) pp. 2017-2023. Peer-reviewed.
Polyploidy and the sexual system: what can we learn from Mercurialis annua?
Pannell J.R, Obbard D.J, Buggs R.J.A., 2004. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 82 (4) pp. 547-560. Peer-reviewed.
Coalescence in a metapopulation with recurrent local extinction and recolonization.
Pannell J.R., 2003. Evolution, 57 (5) pp. 949-961. Peer-reviewed.
Female sterility in Ulmus minor (Ulmaceae): a hypothesis invoking the cost of sex in a clonal plant.
López-Almansa J.C., Pannell J.R., Gil L., 2003. American Journal of Botany, 90 (4) pp. 603-609. Peer-reviewed.
Probing the primacy of the patch: what makes a metapopulation?
Pannell J.R, Obbard D.J., 2003. Journal of Ecology, 91 (3) pp. 485-488. Peer-reviewed.
Responses of carbon acquisition traits to irradiance and light quality in Mercurialis annua (Euphorbiaceae): evidence for weak integration of plastic responses.
Sleeman J.D., Dudley S.A., Pannell J.R., Barrett S.C., 2002. American Journal of Botany, 89 (9) pp. 1388-1400. Peer-reviewed.
The evolution and maintenance of androdioecy
Pannell J.R., 2002. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 33 pp. 397-425. Peer-reviewed.
What is functional androdioecy?
Pannell J.R., 2002. Functional Ecology, 16 (6) pp. 862-865. Peer-reviewed.
Effects of population size and metapopulation dynamics on a mating-system polymorphism.
Pannell J.R., Barrett S.C., 2001. Theoretical Population Biology, 59 (2) pp. 145-155. Peer-reviewed.
A hypothesis for the evolution of androdioecy: the joint influence of reproductive assurance and local mate competition in a metapopulation
Pannell J.R., 2000. Evolutionary Ecology, 14 (3) pp. 195-211. Peer-reviewed.
Effects of metapopulation processes on measures of genetic diversity.
Pannell J.R., Charlesworth B., 2000. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 355 (1404) pp. 1851-1864. Peer-reviewed.
Evolution in subdivided populations
Pannell J.R., 2000. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15 (3) pp. 90-92. Peer-reviewed.
Patterns of flowering and sex-ratio variation in the Mediterranean shrub Phillyrea angustifolia (Oleaceae): implications for the maintenance of males with hermaphrodites
Pannell J.R, Ojeda F., 2000. Ecology Letters, 3 (6) pp. 495-502. Peer-reviewed.
Neutral genetic diversity in a metapopulation with recurrent local extinction and recolonization
Pannell J.R, Charlesworth B., 1999. Evolution, 53 (3) pp. 664-676. Peer-reviewed.
Mixed genetic and environmental sex determination in an androdioecious population of Mercurialis annua.
Pannell J., 1997. Heredity, 78 (Pt 1) pp. 50-56. Peer-reviewed.
The maintenance of gynodioecy and androdioecy in a metapopulation
Pannell J., 1997. Evolution, 51 (1) pp. 10-20. Peer-reviewed.
Variation in sex ratios and sex allocation in androdioecious Mercurialis annua
Pannell J., 1997. Journal of Ecology, 85 (1) pp. 57-69. Peer-reviewed.
Widespread functional androdioecy in Mercurialis annua L. (Euphorbiaceae)
Pannell J., 1997. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 61 (1) pp. 95-116. Peer-reviewed.
Canopy-stored seed banks of Allocasuarina distyla and A. nana in relation to time since fire Australian
Pannell J.R, Myerscough P.J., 1993. Australian Journal of Botany, 41 (1) pp. 1-9. Peer-reviewed.
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