BioRxiv Preprints (in review)

Muir CD. Light and growth form interact to shape stomatal ratio among British angiosperms. In review at New Phytologist.

Muir CD, AL Angert. Grow with the flow: a latitudinal cline in physiology is associated with more variable precipitation in Erythranthe cardinalis. In review at Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

Muir CD, MÀ. Conesa, & J Galmés. Independent evolution of ab- and adaxial stomatal density enables adaptation. Revising for New Phytologist.

Published (click on links or email me for pdfs)

Guerrero RF, CD Muir, S Josway, LC Moyle. 2017. Pervasive antagonistic interactions among hybrid incompatibility loci. PLoS Genetics.

MÀ Conesa, Muir CD, EJ Roldán, A Molins, A Perdomo & J Galmés. 2017. Growth capacity in wild tomatoes and relatives correlates with original climate in arid and semi-arid species. Environmental and Experimental Botany.

Muir CD, MÀ Conesa, EJ Roldán, A Molins, & J Galmés. 2017. Weak coordination between leaf structure and function among closely-related tomato speciesNew Phytologist 213: 1642-1653.

Muir CD. 2015. Making pore choices: repeated regime shifts in stomatal ratioProceedings of the Royal Society B 282: 20151498.

Muir CD & M Thomas-Huebner. 2015. Constraint around quarter-power allometric scaling in wild tomatoes (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon; Solanaceae)American Naturalist 186: 421-433.

Muir CD & MW Hahn. 2015. The limited contribution of reciprocal gene loss to increased speciation rates following whole genome duplicationAmerican Naturalist 185: 70-86.

Muir CD, JB Pease, & LC Moyle. 2014. Quantitative genetic analysis indicates natural selection on leaf phenotypes across wild tomato species (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon; Solanaceae). Genetics 198: 1629-1643.

Muir CD, RP Hangarter, LC Moyle, & PA Davis. 2014. Morphological and anatomical determinants of mesophyll conductance in wild relatives of tomato (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon and sect. Lycopersicoides). Plant, Cell & Environment 37: 1415-1426.

Muir CD. 2013. How did the Swiss cheese plant get its holes? The American Naturalist 181: 273-281.

Hahn MW, BJ White, CD Muir, & NJ Besansky. 2012. No evidence for biased co-transmission of speciation islands in Anopheles gambiae. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 367: 374-384

Moyle LC & CD Muir. 2010. Reciprocal insights into adaptation from agricultural and evolutionary studies in tomato. Evolutionary Applications 3: 409-421.

Moyle LC, CD Muir, MV Han, & MW Hahn. 2010. The contribution of gene movement to the ‘Two Rules of Speciation’. Evolution 64: 1541-1557.

Muir CD & LC Moyle. 2009. Antagonistic epistasis for ecophysiological trait differences between Solanum species. New Phytologist 183: 789-802.

Wilczek AM et al. (author 7 of 18). 2009. Effects of genetic perturbation on seasonal life history plasticity. Science 323: 930-934.