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Machon, Nathalie, Philippe Bardin, Susan J. Mazer, Jacques Moret, Bernard Godelle, and Frederic Austerlitz. "Relationship between genetic structure and seed and pollen dispersal in the endangered orchid Spiranthes spiralis." New Phytologist 157 (2003): 677-687.
Machon, Nathalie, Madeleine Lefranc, Isabelle Bilger, Susan J. Mazer, and Aboubakry Sarr. "Allozyme variation in Ulmus species from France: analysis of differentiation." Heredity 78 (1997): 12.
Matthews, Elizabeth R., and Susan J. Mazer. "Historical changes in flowering phenology are governed by temperature x precipitation interactions in a widespread perennial herb in western North America." New Phytologist 210 (2016): 157-167.
Mazer, Susan J., Leah S. Dudley, Véronique A. Delesalle, Horacio Paz, and Preston Galusky. "Stability of pollen–ovule ratios in pollinator-dependent versus autogamous Clarkia sister taxa: testing evolutionary predictions." New Phytologist 183 (2009): 630-648.
Mazer, Susan J., Steven E. Travers, Benjamin I. Cook, Jonathan T Davies, Kjell Bolmgren, Nathan J. B. Kraft, Nicolas Salamin, and David W. Inouye. "Flowering date of taxonomic families predicts phenological sensitivity to temperature: implications for forecasting the effects of climate change on unstudied taxa." American Journal of Botany 100 (2013): 1381-1397.
Mazer, Susan J., and Nathaniel T. Wheelwright. "Fruit size and shape: allometry at different taxonomic levels in bird-dispersed plants." Evolutionary Ecology 7 (1993): 556-575.
Mazer, Susan J.. "CBS President's Report for Volume 64." Madroño 64 (2017): 154-155.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Rainforest plants protect their investments." Trends in ecology & evolution 13 (1998): 471-473.
Mazer, Susan J., and others. "Contrasting variation within and covariation between gender-related traits in autogamous versus outcrossing species: alternative evolutionary predictions." Evolutionary Ecology 12 (1998): 403-425.
Mazer, Susan J., Véronique A. Delesalle, and Paul R. Neal. "Responses of floral traits to selection on primary sexual investment in Spergularia marina: the battle between the sexes." Evolution 53 (1999): 717-731.
Mazer, Susan J., and Lorne M. Wolfe. "Planting density influences the expression of genetic variation in seed mass in wild radish (Raphanus sativus L.: Brassicaceae)." American Journal of Botany 79 (1992): 1185-1193.
Mazer, Susan J., Brandon T. Hendrickson, Joseph P. Chellew, Lynn J. Kim, Jasen W. Liu, Jasper Shu, and Manju V. Sharma. "Divergence in pollen performance between Clarkia sister species with contrasting mating systems supports predictions of sexual selection." Evolution 72 (2018): 453-472.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Alternative approaches to the analysis of comparative data: compare and contrast." American Journal of Botany 85 (1998): 1194-1199.
Mazer, SJ. "Plant Ecology: Seeds Ecology, Biogeography, and Evolution of Dormancy and Germination CC Baskin and JM Baskin." SCIENCE-NEW YORK THEN WASHINGTON- (1999): 334.
Mazer, SJ, and DE Meade. "Geographic variation in flower size in wild radish: the potential role of pollinators in population differentiation." Adaptive genetic variation in the wild. Oxford University Press, New York (2000): 157-186.
Mazer, SJ, and DE Lowry. "Environmental, genetic, and seed mass effects on winged seed production in the heteromorphic Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae)." Functional Ecology 17 (2003): 637-650.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Fruits of their labour." Nature 450 (2007): 1162.
Mazer, Susan J., Horacio Paz, and Michael D. Bell. "Life history, floral development, and mating system in Clarkia xantiana (Onagraceae): do floral and whole-plant rates of development evolve independently?" American Journal of Botany 91 (2004): 2041-2050.
Mazer, Susan J., and Véronique A. Delesalle. "Floral trait variation in Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae): ontogenetic, maternal family, and population effects." Heredity 77 (1996): 269.
Mazer, SJ, and others. "Seeds-Ecology, biogeography, and evolution of dormancy and germination." Science 283 (1999): 334.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Parental effects on seed development and seed yield in Raphanus raphanistrum: implications for natural and sexual selection." Evolution 41 (1987): 355-371.
Mazer, Susan J., Arrash Moghaddasi, Alexandra K. Bello, and Alisa A. Hove. "Winning in style: Longer styles receive more pollen, but style length does not affect pollen attrition in wild Clarkia populations." American Journal of Botany 103 (2016): 408-422.
Mazer, Susan J., Véronique A. Delesalle, and Horacio Paz. "Evolution of mating system and the genetic covariance between male and female investment in Clarkia (Onagraceae): selfing opposes the evolution of trade-offs." Evolution 61 (2007): 83-98.
Mazer, Susan J., and Anuja K. Parikh. Arenaria Paludicola (marsh Sandwort: Caryophyllaceae) and Rorippa Gambelii (Gambel's Watercress: Brassicaceae) in Black Lake Canyon and the Oso Flaco Lake Region: Field Observations, Greenhouse Cultivation, Molecular Genetic Variation, and Trial Reintrodu. Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2001.
Mazer, Susan J., and Kelly Ann Dawson. "Size-dependent sex allocation within flowers of the annual herb Clarkia unguiculata (Onagraceae): ontogenetic and among-plant variation." American Journal of Botany 88 (2001): 819-831.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Environmental and genetic sources of variation in floral traits and phenotypic gender in wild radish: consequences for natural selection." (1992).
Mazer, Susan J., and DANIEL E. MEADE. "Geographic Variation in." Adaptive Genetic Variation in the Wild (2000): 157.
Mazer, Susan J., Allison A. Snow, and Maureen L. Stanton. "Fertilization dynamics and parental effects upon fruit development in Raphanus raphanistrum: consequences for seed size variation." American Journal of Botany 73 (1986): 500-511.
Mazer, Susan J., Joseph P. Chellew, and Kristen Peach. "Floral traits influence the opportunity for selection among male gametophytes: independent and combined effects of style length and petal area." American Journal of Botany 106, no. 5 (2019): 744-753.
Mazer, SJ, DE Lowry, and T Hansen. "Effects of nutrient availability on primary sexual traits and their response to selection in Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae)." Journal of evolutionary biology 16 (2003): 767-778.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Maternal investment and male reproductive success in angiosperms: parent-offspring conflict or sexual selection?" Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 30 (1987): 115-133.
Mazer, Susan J.. "CBS President's Report for Volume 66." Madrono 66, no. 4 (2019).
Mazer, Susan J.. "The quantitative genetics of life history and fitness components in Raphanus raphanistrum L.(Brassicaceae): ecological and evolutionary consequences of seed-weight variation." The American Naturalist 130 (1987): 891-914.
Mazer, Susan J., and Véronique A. Delesalle. "Temporal instability of genetic components of floral trait variation: maternal family and population effects in Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae)." Evolution 50 (1996): 2509-2515.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Seed mass of Indiana Dune genera and families: taxonomic and ecological correlates." Evolutionary Ecology 4 (1990): 326-357.
Mazer, Susan J., Leah S. Dudley, Alisa A. Hove, Simon K. Emms, and Amy S. Verhoeven. "Physiological performance in Clarkia sister taxa with contrasting mating systems: do early-flowering autogamous taxa avoid water stress relative to their pollinator-dependent counterparts?" International Journal of Plant Sciences 171 (2010): 1029-1047.
Mazer, Susan J., Katharine L. Gerst, Elizabeth R. Matthews, and Angela Evenden. "Species-specific phenological responses to winter temperature and precipitation in a water-limited ecosystem." Ecosphere 6 (2015): 1-27.
Mazer, SJ, and VA Delesalle. "Covariation among floral traits in Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae): geographic and temporal variation in phenotypic and among-family correlations." Journal of Evolutionary Biology 9 (1996): 993-1015.
Mazer, Susan J.. The Heavy Metal-Tolerant Flora of Southcentral Africa: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, 1987.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Status of pollinators in North America." Nature 450 (2007): 1162-1163.
Mazer, Susan J., and David L. Gorchov. "Parental effects on progeny phenotype in plants: distinguishing genetic and environmental causes." Evolution 50 (1996): 44-53.
Mazer, SJ, and J Damuth. "Evolutionary significance of variation." (2001).
Mazer, Susan J., Isaac M. Park, Matthew Kimura, Emma M. Maul, Aaron M. Yim, and Kristen Peach. "Mating system and historical climate conditions affect population mean seed mass: Evidence for adaptation and a new component of the selfing syndrome in Clarkia." Journal of Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13338 (2019).
Mazer, Susan J., Robert R. Nakamura, and Maureen L. Stanton. "Seasonal changes in components of male and female reproductive success in Raphanus sativus L.(Brassicaceae)." Oecologia 81 (1989): 345-353.
Mazer, Susan J.. "Ecological, Taxonomic, and Life History Correlates of Seed Mass Among Indiana Dune Angiosperms: Ecological Archives M059-001." Ecological Monographs 59 (1989): 153-175.
Mazer, Susan J., and Bruce H. Tiffney. "Fruits of Wetherellia and Palaeowetherellia (? Euphorbiaceae) from Eocene sediments in Virginia and Maryland." Brittonia 34 (1982): 300-333.
Mazer, Susan J.. "2018 CBS Banquet at UC Davis." Madroño 65 (2018): 65.