SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Angert AL 2006. Demography of central and marginal populations of monkeyflowers (Mimulus cardinalis and M. lewisii). Ecology 87: 20142025
  • Angert AL, Schemske DW. 2005. The evolution of species’ distributions: reciprocal transplants across the elevation ranges of Mimulus cardinalis and M. lewisii. Evolution 59: 16711684.
  • Baker HG. 1955. Self-compatibility and establishment after long distance dispersal. Evolution 9: 347349.
  • Bierzychudek P. 1985. Patterns in plant parthenogenesis. Experientia 41: 12551264.
  • Blows MW, Hofmann AA. 2005. A reassessment of genetic limits to evolutionary change. Ecology 86: 13711384.
  • Bridle JR, Vines TH. 2006. Limits to evolution at range margins: when and why does adaptation fail? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 22: 140147.
  • Cwynar LC, MacDonald GM. 1987. Geographical variation in lodgepole pine in relation to population history. American Naturalist 129: 463469.
  • Darling E, Samis KE, Eckert CG. 2008. Increased seed dispersal potential towards geographic range limits in a Pacific coast dune plant. New Phytologist 178: 424435.
  • Elton CS. 1930. Animal ecology and evolution. Oxford, UK: The Clarendon Press.
  • Gaston KJ. 2003. The structure and dynamics of geographic ranges. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Geber MA, Eckhart VM 2005. Experimental studies of adaptation in Clarkia xantiana. II. Fitness variation across a subspecies border. Evolution 59: 521531.
  • Gomulkiewicz R, Holt RD, Barfield M. 1999. The effects of density dependence and immigration on local adaptation and niche evolution in a black hole sink environment. Theoretical Population Biology 55: 283296.
  • Griffith TM, Watson MA. 2006. Reproductive timing of a weedy annual transplanted beyond its range. American Naturalist 167: 153164.
  • Herlihy CR, Eckert CG. 2005. Evolution of self-fertilization at geographical range margins? A comparison of demographic, floral, and mating system variables in central vs. peripheral populations of Aquilegia canadensis (Ranunculaceae). American Journal of Botany 92: 744751.
  • Hill JK, Thomas CD, Blakeley DS. 1999. Evolution of flight morphology in a butterfly that has recently expanded its geographic range. Oecologia 121: 165170.
  • Hoffman AA, Blows MW. 1994. Species borders: ecological and evolutionary perspectives. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9: 223227.
  • Holt RD. 2003. On the evolutionary ecology of species’ ranges. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5: 159178.
  • Holt RD, Gomulkiewicz R. 1997. How does immigration influence local adaptation? A reexamination of a familiar paradigm. American Naturalist 149: 563572.
  • Kearney M, Blacket MJ, Strasburg JL, Moritz C. 2006. Waves of parthenogenesis in the desert: evidence for the parallel loss of sex in a grasshopper and a gecko from Australia. Molecular Ecology 15: 17431748.
  • Kirkpatrick M, Barton NH. 1997. Evolution of a species’ range. American Naturalist 150: 123.
  • Linhart YB, Grant MC. 1996. Evolutionary significance of local genetic differentiation in plants. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 27: 237277.
  • Maron JL, Vila M, Bommarco R, Elmendorf S, Beardsley P. 2004. Rapid evolution of an invasive plant. Ecological Monographs 74: 261280.
  • Pulliam HR. 1996. Sources and sinks: empirical evidence and population consequences. In: RhodesE, ChesserRK, SmithMH, eds. Population dynamics in ecological space and time. Chicago, IL, USA: University of Chicago Press, 4570.
  • Runions CJ, Geber MA. 2000. Evolution of the self-pollinating flowers in Clarkia xantiana (Onagraceae). I. Size and development of floral organs. American Journal of Botany 87: 14591465.
  • Sagarin RD, Gaines SD. 2002. The ‘abundant centre’ distribution: to what extent is it a biological rule? Ecology Letters 5: 137147.
  • Samis KE, Eckert CG. 2007. Testing the abundant center model using range-wide demographic surveys of two coastal dune plants. Ecology 88: 17471758.
  • Visser ME. 2008. Keeping up with a warming world; assessing the rate of adaptation to climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B doi:10.1098/rspb.2007.0997.. (online publication).