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Mazer, Susan J.. "CBS President's Report for Volume 64." Madroño 64 (2017): 154-155.
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 Jo. "CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF SEED WEIGHT VARIATION IN RAPHANUS RAPHANISTRUM L.(BRASSICACEAE): A QUANTITATIVE GENETIC APPROACH (NATURAL SELECTION, REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY, DEVELOPMENT)." (1987).
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., 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., 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.
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Park, Isaac W., and Susan J. Mazer. "Climate affects the rate at which species successively flower: capturing an emergent property of regional florals." Global Ecology and Biogeography (2019).
Park, Isaac W.. "Advancing frost dates have reduced frost risk among most North American angiosperms since 1980." Global Change Biology 27 (2021): 165-176.
Park, Isaac W., Alex Jones, and Susan J. Mazer. PhenoForecaster: A software package for the prediction of flowering phenology., 2019.
Park, Isaac W., and Susan J. Mazer. "Overlooked climate parameters best predict flowering onset: Assessing phenological models using the elastic net." Global Change Biology (2018).
Paz, Horacio, Susan J. Mazer, and Miguel Martinez-Ramos. "Seed mass, seedling emergence, and environmental factors in seven rain forest Psychotria (Rubiaceae)." Ecology 80 (1999): 1594-1606.
Paz, H, SJ Mazer, and M Martinez-Ramos. "Comparative ecology of seed mass in Psychotria (Rubiaceae): within-and between-species effects of seed mass on early performance." Functional Ecology 19 (2005): 707-718.
Peach, K., J. W. Liu, and S. J. Mazer. "Climate predicts UV floral pattern size, anthocyanin concentration, and pollen performance in Clarkia unguiculata." Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10 (2020): 1856-1875.
Peach, Kristen, and Susan J. Mazer. "Heteranthery in Clarkia: pollen performance of dimorphic anthers contradicts expectations." (2019).
Peach, Kristen, Jasen W. Liu, Kristen N. Klitgaard, and Susan J. Mazer. "Sex-specific floral attraction traits in a sequentially hermaphroditic species." Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5987 (2020).
Pearson, K.D., G. Nelson, M. Aronson, P. Bonnet, C. Davis, E. Denny, E. Ellwood, H. Goëau, A. Joly, T. Lorieul et al. "Machine Learning Using Digitized Herbarium Specimens to Advance Phenological Research." BioScience (2020).
Pearson, K. D., S. J. Mazer, T. Ramirez-Parada, N. Love, and J. M. Yost. "A Phenology-focused CURE using Herbarium Specimen Data. Cultivating Scientific Curiosity, (Version 2.0)." QUBES Educational Resources doi:10.25334/3132-PV71 (2021).
Poorter, L, Joseph S Wright, H Paz, David D. Ackerly, R Condit, G Ibarra-Manríquez, Kyle Edward Harms, JC Licona, Miguel Martinez-Ramos, SJ Mazer et al. "Are functional traits good predictors of demographic rates? Evidence from five neotropical forests." Ecology 89 (2008): 1908-1920.
Prada, Julián Andrés. Regeneración de plantas vía organogénesis y crioconservación de Jatropha curcas L.. CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica), 2012.
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Wang, Yunyun, Susan J. Mazer, Robert P. Freckleton, Zuoqiang Yuan, Xugao Wang, Yanjun Du, Luxiang Lin, Xihua Wang, Weiguo Sang, Xiaojuan Liu et al. "Testing mechanisms of compensatory fitness of dioecy in a cosexual world." Jornal of Vegetation Science 30 (2019): 413-426.
Waterton, J, S. J. Mazer, J. R. Meyer, and E. E. Cleland. "Trade‐off drives Pareto optimality of within‐and among‐year emergence timing in response to increasing aridity." Evolutionary Applications 14, no. 3 (2020).
Weis, Arthur E.. "Inheritance of rapid cycling in Brassica rapa fast plants: dominance that increases with photoperiod." International Journal of Plant Sciences 176 (2015): 859-868.
Williams, Joseph H., and Susan J. Mazer. "Pollen—Tiny and ephemeral but not forgotten: New ideas on their ecology and evolution." American journal of botany 103 (2016): 365-374.
Willis, Charles G., Elizabeth R. Ellwood, Richard B. Primack, Charles C. Davis, Katelin D. Pearson, Amanda S. Gallinat, Jenn M. Yost, Gil Nelson, Susan J. Mazer, Natalie L. Rossington et al. "Old plants, new tricks: Phenological research using herbarium specimens." Trends in ecology & evolution 32 (2017): 531-546.
Wolfe, Lorne M., and Susan J. Mazer. "Patterns of phenotypic plasticity and their fitness consequences in wild radish (Raphanus sativus: Brassicaceae)." International Journal of Plant Sciences 166 (2005): 631-640.
Wolkovich, Elizabeth M., Benjamin I. Cook, Jenica M. Allen, Theresa M. Crimmins, Julio L. Betancourt, Steven E. Travers, Stephanie Pau, James Regetz, Jonathan T Davies, Nathan J. B. Kraft et al. "Warming experiments underpredict plant phenological responses to climate change." Nature 485 (2012): 494.
Wright, Ian J., David D. Ackerly, Frans Bongers, Kyle E. Harms, Guillermo Ibarra-Manriquez, Miguel Martinez-Ramos, Susan J. Mazer, Helene C. Muller-Landau, Horacio Paz, Nigel C. A. Pitman et al. "Relationships among ecologically important dimensions of plant trait variation in seven Neotropical forests." Annals of Botany 99 (2006): 1003-1015.

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