Thomas R Meagher
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Analysis of paternity within a natural population of Chamaelirium luteum. 1. Identification of most-likely male parents
TR Meagher
The American Naturalist 128 (2), 199-215, 1986
4311986
Mate availability in small populations of plant species with homomorphic sporophytic self-incompatibility
DL Byers, TR Meagher
Heredity 68 (4), 353-359, 1992
2921992
Parentage analysis with genetic markers in natural populations. I. The expected proportion of offspring with unambiguous paternity.
R Chakraborty, TR Meagher, PE Smouse
Genetics 118 (3), 527-536, 1988
2531988
Green plants in the red: A baseline global assessment for the IUCN sampled Red List Index for plants
NA Brummitt, SP Bachman, J Griffiths-Lee, M Lutz, JF Moat, A Farjon, ...
PloS one 10 (8), e0135152, 2015
2172015
Toward monitoring global biodiversity
JEM Baillie, B Collen, R Amin, HR Akcakaya, SHM Butchart, N Brummitt, ...
Conservation Letters 1 (1), 18-26, 2008
1972008
The relationship between single parent and parent pair genetic likelihoods in genealogy reconstruction
TR Meagher, E Thompson
Theoretical Population Biology 29 (1), 87-106, 1986
1801986
Analysis of parentage for naturally established seedlings of Chamaelirium luteum (Liliaceae)
TR Meagher, E Thompson
Ecology 68 (4), 803-812, 1987
1731987
The population biology of Chamaelirium luteum, a dioecious member of the lily family: life history studies
TR Meacher, J Anonovics
Ecology 63 (6), 1690-1700, 1982
1551982
THE QUANTITATIVE GENETICS OF SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN SILENE LATIFOLIA (CARYOPHYLLACEAE). I. GENETIC VARIATION
TR Meagher
Evolution 46 (2), 445-457, 1992
1521992
Life History Variation in Dioecious Plant Populations: A Case Study of Chamaelirium luteum
TR Meagher, JJ Antonovics
Evolution and genetics of life histories, 139-154, 1982
151*1982
Sexual dimorphism masks life history trade‐offs in the dioecious plant Silene latifolia
LF Delph, TR Meagher
Ecology 76 (3), 775-785, 1995
1301995
Genetic analysis of male reproductive contributions in Chamaelirium luteum (L.) gray (Liliaceae).
PE Smouse, TR Meagher
Genetics 136 (1), 313-322, 1994
1171994
Parentage analysis in Chamaelirium luteum (L.) Gray (Liliaceae): why do some males have higher reproductive contributions?
PE Smouse, TR Meagher, CJ Kobak
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12 (6), 1069-1077, 1999
1141999
How many herbarium specimens are needed to detect threatened species?
MC Rivers, L Taylor, NA Brummitt, TR Meagher, DL Roberts, ...
Biological Conservation 144 (10), 2541-2547, 2011
1102011
A COMPARISON OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS IN A RARE AND A COMMON SPECIES OF EUPATORIUM
DL Byers, TR Meagher
Ecological Applications 7 (2), 519-530, 1997
1081997
Sex Allocation and Reproductive Success in the Andromonoecious Perennial Solanum carolinense (Solanaceae). II. Paternity and Functional Gender
E Elle, TR Meagher
The American Naturalist 156 (6), 622-636, 2000
972000
Population biology of Chamelirium luteum, a dioecious lily. II. Mechanisms governing sex ratios
TR Meagher
Evolution, 557-567, 1981
971981
Determination of ploidy level and nuclear DNA content in blueberry by flow cytometry
DE Costich, R Ortiz, TR Meagher, LP Bruederle, N Vorsa
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 86 (8), 1001-1006, 1993
961993
Analysis of paternity within a natural population of Chamaelirium luteum. II. Patterns of male reproductive success
TR Meagher
The American Naturalist 137 (6), 738-752, 1991
941991
THE QUANTITATIVE GENETICS OF SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN SILENE LATIFOLIA (CARYOPHYLLACEAE). II. RESPONSE TO SEX‐SPECIFIC SELECTION
TR Meagher
Evolution 48 (4), 939-951, 1994
901994
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