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Nora Mitchell
Assistant Professor in Biology, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
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Angiogenic patterning by STEEL, an endothelial-enriched long noncoding RNA
HSJ Man, AN Sukumar, GC Lam, PJ Turgeon, MS Yan, KH Ku, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (10), 2401-2406, 2018
762018
Anchored phylogenomics improves the resolution of evolutionary relationships in the rapid radiation of Protea L.
N Mitchell, PO Lewis, EM Lemmon, AR Lemmon, KE Holsinger
American Journal of Botany 104 (1), 102-115, 2017
692017
Anchored phylogenomics of angiosperms I: assessing the robustness of phylogenetic estimates
C Buddenhagen, AR Lemmon, EM Lemmon, J Bruhl, J Cappa, ...
BioRxiv, 086298, 2016
61*2016
Erg is a crucial regulator of endocardial-mesenchymal transformation during cardiac valve morphogenesis
P Vijayaraj, A Le Bras, N Mitchell, M Kondo, S Juliao, M Wasserman, ...
Development 139 (21), 3973-3985, 2012
612012
Deeply conserved susceptibility in a multi‐host, multi‐parasite system
LN Barrow, SM McNew, N Mitchell, SC Galen, HL Lutz, H Skeen, T Valqui, ...
Ecology letters 22 (6), 987-998, 2019
382019
Hybridization speeds adaptive evolution in an eight-year field experiment
N Mitchell, GL Owens, SM Hovick, LH Rieseberg, KD Whitney
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
332019
Functional traits in parallel evolutionary radiations and trait-environment associations in the Cape Floristic Region of South Africa
N Mitchell, TE Moore, HK Mollmann, JE Carlson, K Mocko, ...
The American Naturalist 185 (4), 525-537, 2015
262015
Correlates of hybridization in plants
N Mitchell, LG Campbell, JR Ahern, KC Paine, AB Giroldo, KD Whitney
Evolution letters 3 (6), 570-585, 2019
172019
The phylogenomics of diversification on an island: applying anchored hybrid enrichment to New Zealand Leptospermum scoparium (Myrtaceae)
MH Buys, RC Winkworth, PJ De Lange, PG Wilson, N Mitchell, ...
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 191 (1), 1-17, 2019
132019
Cryptic natural hybridization between two species of Protea
N Mitchell, KE Holsinger
South African Journal of Botany 118, 306-314, 2018
112018
Correlated evolution between climate and suites of traits along a fast–slow continuum in the radiation of Protea
N Mitchell, JE Carlson, KE Holsinger
Ecology and evolution 8 (3), 1853-1866, 2018
92018
Global urban environmental change drives adaptation in white clover
JS Santangelo, RW Ness, B Cohan, CR Fitzpatrick, SG Innes, S Koch, ...
Science 375 (6586), 1275-1281, 2022
72022
Can plants evolve to meet a changing climate? The potential of field experimental evolution studies
N Mitchell, KD Whitney
American Journal of botany, 2018
72018
Standing variation rather than recent adaptive introgression probably underlies differentiation of the texanus subspecies of Helianthus annuus
GL Owens, M Todesco, N Bercovich, JS┌ L┌gar┌, N Mitchell, KD Whitney, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (23), 6229-6245, 2021
42021
The role of water in fast plant movements
J Edwards, M Laskowski, TI Baskin, N Mitchell, B DeMeo
Integrative and Comparative Biology 59 (6), 1525-1534, 2019
32019
High‐speed video and plant ultrastructure define mechanisms of gametophyte dispersal
N Mitchell, NP Piatczyc, DD Wang, J Edwards
Applications in Plant Sciences 10 (2), e11463, 2022
12022
Limited evidence for a positive relationship between hybridization and diversification across seed plant families
N Mitchell, KD Whitney
Evolution 75 (8), 1966-1982, 2021
12021
Hybrid evolution repeats itself across environmental contexts in Texas sunflowers (Helianthus)
N Mitchell, H Luu, GL Owens, LH Rieseberg, KD Whitney
Evolution, 2022
2022
Proximity to crop relatives determines some patterns of natural selection in a wild sunflower
N Mitchell, SA Chamberlain, KD Whitney
Evolutionary applications 14 (5), 1328-1342, 2021
2021
Microscale trait‐environment associations in two closely‐related South African shrubs
N Mitchell, KE Holsinger
American Journal of Botany 106 (2), 211-222, 2019
2019
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