BioRxiv Preprints (in review/revision)

Muir CD. Light and growth form interact to shape stomatal ratio among British angiosperms. Revising for New Phytologist.

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

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

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.