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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.
Yost, Jenn, Katelin D. Pearson, Jason Alexander, Edward Gilbert, Layla A. Haynes, Teri Barry, Robin Bencie, Peter Bowler, Benjamin Carter, Rebecca E. Crowe et al. "The California Phenology Collections Network: using digital images to investigate phenological change in a biodiversity hotspot." Madroño 66, no. 4 (2019): 130-141.
Yost, Jenn, Katelin D. Pearson, Jason Alexander, Edward Gilbert, Layla A. Haynes, Teri Barry, Robin Bencie, Peter Bowler, Benjamin Carter, Rebecca E. Crowe et al. "The California Phenology Collections Network: using digital images to investigate phenological change in a biodiversity hotspot." Madroño 66, no. 4 (2019): 130-141.
Yost, Jenn, Katelin D. Pearson, Jason Alexander, Edward Gilbert, Layla A. Haynes, Teri Barry, Robin Bencie, Peter Bowler, Benjamin Carter, Rebecca E. Crowe et al. "The California Phenology Collections Network: using digital images to investigate phenological change in a biodiversity hotspot." Madroño 66, no. 4 (2019): 130-141.
Yost, Jenn, Katelin D. Pearson, Jason Alexander, Edward Gilbert, Layla A. Haynes, Teri Barry, Robin Bencie, Peter Bowler, Benjamin Carter, Rebecca E. Crowe et al. "The California Phenology Collections Network: using digital images to investigate phenological change in a biodiversity hotspot." Madroño 66, no. 4 (2019): 130-141.
Haggerty, Brian P., Elizabeth R. Matthews, Katharine L. Gerst, Angela G. Evenden, and Susan J. Mazer. "The California Phenology Project: tracking plant responses to climate change." Madroño 60 (2013): 1-3.
Mazer, Susan J., David J. Hunter, Alisa A. Hove, and Leah S. Dudley. "Context-dependent concordance between physiological divergence and phenotypic selection in sister taxa with contrasting phenology and mating systems." American Journal of Botany (In Press).
Mazer, Susan J., David J. Hunter, Alisa A. Hove, and Leah S. Dudley. "Context-dependent concordance between physiological divergence and phenotypic selection in sister taxa with contrasting phenology and mating systems." American Journal of Botany (In Press).
Emms, Simon K., Alisa A. Hove, Leah S. Dudley, Susan J. Mazer, and Amy S. Verhoeven. "Could seasonally deteriorating environments favour the evolution of autogamous selfing and a drought escape physiology through indirect selection? A test of the time limitation hypothesis using artificial selection in Clarkia." Annals of Botany 121 (2018): 753-766.
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, 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.
Haggerty, Brian P., and Susan J. Mazer. "A flora of the University of California Natural Reserve System." Website http://nrs. ucop. edu/reserves/flora/flora. htm [accessed 01 October 2012] (2011).
Zhao, Lijuan, Yuxiong Huang, Hongjun Zhou, Adeyemi S. Adeleye, Hongtao Wang, Cruz Ortiz, Susan J. Mazer, and Arturo A. Keller. "GC-TOF-MS based metabolomics and ICP-MS based metallomics of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) fruits reveal alteration of metabolites profile and biological pathway disruption induced by nano copper." Environmental Science: Nano 3 (2016): 1114-1123.
Hufford, Kristina M., Susan J. Mazer, and Scott A. Hodges. "Genetic variation among mainland and island populations of a native perennial grass used in restoration." AoB Plants 6 (2014).
Hufford, Kristina M., Susan J. Mazer, and Scott A. Hodges. "Genetic variation among mainland and island populations of a native perennial grass used in restoration." AoB Plants 6 (2014).
Mazer, Susan J., Alisa A. Hove, Brent S. Miller, and Morgane Barbet-Massin. "The joint evolution of mating system and pollen performance: predictions regarding male gametophytic evolution in selfers vs. outcrossers." Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 12 (2010): 31-41.
Hufford, Kristina M., Susan J. Mazer, and Mark D. Camara. "Local adaptation and effects of grazing among seedlings of two native california bunchgrass species: Implications for restoration." Restoration Ecology 16 (2008): 59-69.
Hufford, Kristina M., and Susan J. Mazer. "Local adaptation and the effects of grazing on the performance of Nassella pulchra: implications for seed sourcing in restoration." Restoration Ecology 20 (2012): 688-695.
Luo, Xi, Susan J. Mazer, Hui Guo, Nan Zhang, Jacob Weiner, and Shuijin Hu. "Nitrogen: phosphorous supply ratio and allometry in five alpine plant species." Ecology and evolution 6 (2016): 8881-8892.
Ivey, Christopher T., Leah S. Dudley, Alisa A. Hove, Simon K. Emms, and Susan J. Mazer. "Outcrossing and photosynthetic rates vary independently within two Clarkia species: implications for the joint evolution of drought escape physiology and mating system." Annals of botany 118 (2016): 897-905.
Haggerty, Brian P., and Susan J. Mazer. "The phenology handbook." University of California, Santa Barbara (2008): P41.
Dudley, Leah S., Alisa A. Hove, and Susan J. Mazer. "Physiological performance and mating system in Clarkia (Onagraceae): Does phenotypic selection predict divergence between sister species?" American Journal of Botany 99 (2012): 488-507.
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.
Hufford, Kristina M., and Susan J. Mazer. "Plant ecotypes: genetic differentiation in the age of ecological restoration." Trends in Ecology & Evolution 18 (2003): 147-155.
Enquist, Carolyn A. F., Abraham J. Miller-Rushing, Jake F. Weltzin, Susan J. Mazer, Jeffrey M. Diez, Matthew O. Jones, Mark D. Schwartz, Rebecca A. Hufft, Katherine D. Jones, David J. P. Moore et al. "The plant phenology monitoring design for The National Ecological Observatory Network." (2016).
Elmendorf, Sarah C., Katherine D. Jones, Benjamin I. Cook, Jeffrey M. Diez, Carolyn A. F. Enquist, Rebecca A. Hufft, Matthew O. Jones, Susan J. Mazer, Abraham J. Miller-Rushing, David J. P. Moore et al. "The plant phenology monitoring design for the national ecological observatory network." Ecosphere 7 (2016): e01303.
Hove, Alisa A., and Susan J. Mazer. "Pollen performance in Clarkia taxa with contrasting mating systems: implications for male gametophytic evolution in selfers and outcrossers." Plants 2 (2013): 248-278.
Xiao, Yue-E, Dongmei Jin, Kai Jiang, Yong-Hong Hu, Xin Tong, Susan J. Mazer, and Xiao-Yong Chen. "Pollinator limitation causes sexual reproductive failure in ex situ populations of self-compatible Iris ensata." (2019).
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.
Dudley, Leah S., Alisa A. Hove, Simon K. Emms, Amy S. Verhoeven, and Susan J. Mazer. "Seasonal changes in physiological performance in wild Clarkia xantiana populations: implications for the evolution of a compressed life cycle and self-fertilization." American journal of botany 102 (2015): 962-972.
Hove, Alisa A., Susan J. Mazer, and Christopher T. Ivey. "Seed set variation in wild Clarkia populations: teasing apart the effects of seasonal resource depletion, pollen quality, and pollen quantity." Ecology and evolution 6 (2016): 6524-6536.
Sapir, Y, SJ Mazer, and C Holzapfel. "Sex ratio." (2008).
Hufford, Kristina M., Susan J. Mazer, and Joshua P. Schimel. "Soil heterogeneity and the distribution of native grasses in California: Can soil properties inform restoration plans?" Ecosphere 5 (2014): 1-14.
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.
Mazer, Susan J., and Ulla-Maj Hultgård. "Variation and covariation among floral traits within and among four species of northern European Primula (Primulaceae)." American Journal of Botany 80 (1993): 474-485.
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.