Kent Holsinger
Kent Holsinger
Professor of Biology, University of Connecticut
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Genetics in geographically structured populations: defining, estimating and interpreting F ST
KE Holsinger, BS Weir
Nature Reviews Genetics 10 (9), 639-650, 2009
10602009
Extracting more out of relocation data: building movement models as mixtures of random walks
JM Morales, DT Haydon, J Frair, KE Holsinger, JM Fryxell
Ecology 85 (9), 2436-2445, 2004
6982004
Genetics and conservation of rare plants
DAFKE Holsinger
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1991
6251991
A Bayesian approach to inferring population structure from dominant markers
KE Holsinger, PO Lewis, DK Dey
Molecular ecology 11 (7), 1157-1164, 2002
4832002
Conservation of rare and endangered plants: principles and prospects
KE Holsinger, LD Gottlieb
Genetics and conservation of rare plants, 195-208, 1991
3171991
Polytomies and Bayesian phylogenetic inference
PO Lewis, MT Holder, KE Holsinger
Systematic biology 54 (2), 241-253, 2005
3072005
Ecological and genetic factors directing the evolution of self-fertilization
MK Uyenoyama
Oxford surveys in evolutionary biology 9, 327-381, 1993
2741993
Reproductive systems and evolution in vascular plants
KE Holsinger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (13), 7037-7042, 2000
2612000
Mass-action models of plant mating systems: the evolutionary stability of mixed mating systems
KE Holsinger
The American Naturalist 138 (3), 606-622, 1991
2291991
Hickory: a package for analysis of population genetic data v1. 1
KE Holsinger
http://darwin. eeb. uconn. edu/hickory/documentation. html, 2003
2272003
Inbreeding depression doesn't matter: the genetic basis of mating‐system evolution
KE Holsinger
Evolution 42 (6), 1235-1244, 1988
2221988
The evolution of self-fertilization in plants: a population genetic model
KE Holsinger, MW Feldman, FB Christiansen
The American Naturalist 124 (3), 446-453, 1984
2211984
Bayesian approaches for the analysis of population genetic structure: an example from Platanthera leucophaea (Orchidaceae)
KE Holsinger, LE Wallace
Molecular Ecology 13 (4), 887-894, 2004
1702004
Pollination biology and the evolution of mating systems in flowering plants
KE Holsinger
Evolutionary biology 29, 107-149, 1996
1571996
Among-site rate variation and phylogenetic analysis of 12S rRNA in sigmodontine rodents
J Sullivan, KE Holsinger, C Simon
Molecular Biology and Evolution 12 (6), 988-1001, 1995
1481995
S-RNase–mediated gametophytic self-incompatibility is ancestral in Eudicots
JE Steinbachs, KE Holsinger
Molecular Biology and Evolution 19 (6), 825-829, 2002
1472002
Phylogenetic analysis of chloroplast DNA restriction site data at higher taxonomic levels: an example from the Asteraceae
RK Jansen, KE Holsinger, HJ Michaels, JD Palmer
Evolution 44 (8), 2089-2105, 1990
1321990
Analysis of genetic diversity in geographically structured populations: a Bayesian perspective
KE Holsinger
Hereditas 130 (3), 245-255, 1999
1181999
Demography and extinction in small populations
KE Holsinger
Genetics, demography and viability of fragmented populations, 55-74, 2000
1162000
Dispersal and plant mating systems: the evolution of self‐fertilization in subdivided populations
KE Holsinger
Evolution 40 (2), 405-413, 1986
1141986
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