Julia M. Kreiner
Julia M. Kreiner
Killam Fellow, BRC Postdoctoral Researcher, University of British Columbia
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Multiple modes of convergent adaptation in the spread of glyphosate-resistant Amaranthus tuberculatus
JM Kreiner, DA Giacomini, F Bemm, B Waithaka, J Regalado, C Lanz, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (42), 21076-21084, 2019
Population Genomics of Herbicide Resistance: Adaptation via Evolutionary Rescue
JM Kreiner, JR Stinchcombe, SI Wright
Annual Review of Plant Biology 69, 611-635, 2018
Frequency and maintenance of unreduced gametes in natural plant populations: associations with reproductive mode, life history and genome size
JM Kreiner, P Kron, BC Husband
New Phytologist 214 (2), 879-889, 2017
Evolutionary dynamics of unreduced gametes
JM Kreiner, P Kron, BC Husband
Trends in Genetics 33 (9), 583-593, 2017
Parental legacy, demography, and admixture influenced the evolution of the two subgenomes of the tetraploid Capsella bursa-pastoris (Brassicaceae)
D Kryvokhyzha, A Salcedo, MC Eriksson, T Duan, N Tawari, J Chen, ...
PLoS genetics 15 (2), e1007949, 2019
Chloroplast competition is controlled by lipid biosynthesis in evening primroses
J Sobanski, P Giavalisco, A Fischer, JM Kreiner, D Walther, MA Schöttler, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (12), 5665-5674, 2019
Rapid weed adaptation and range expansion in response to agriculture over the past two centuries
JM Kreiner, SM Latorre, HA Burbano, JR Stinchcombe, SP Otto, D Weigel, ...
Science 378 (6624), 1079-1085, 2022
The genetic architecture and population genomic signatures of glyphosate resistance in Amaranthus tuberculatus
JM Kreiner, PJ Tranel, D Weigel, JR Stinchcombe, SI Wright
Molecular Ecology, 2021
Population genomic approaches for weed science
SL Martin, JS Parent, M Laforest, E Page, JM Kreiner, T James
Plants 8 (9), 354, 2019
Repeated origins, widespread gene flow, and allelic interactions of target-site herbicide resistance mutations
JM Kreiner, G Sandler, AJ Stern, PJ Tranel, D Weigel, JR Stinchcombe, ...
Elife 11, e70242, 2022
Selective ancestral sorting and de novo evolution in the agricultural invasion of Amaranthus tuberculatus
JM Kreiner, A Caballero, SI Wright, JR Stinchcombe
Evolution 76 (1), 70-85, 2022
Current status of community resources and priorities for weed genomics research
J Montgomery, S Morran, DR MacGregor, JS McElroy, P Neve, C Neto, ...
Genome Biology 25 (1), 139, 2024
Resistance evolution, from genetic mechanism to ecological context
RS Baucom, V Iriart, JM Kreiner, S Yakimowski
Columbia University Press, 2021
A less selfish view of genome size evolution in maize
JM Kreiner, SI Wright
PLoS Genetics 14 (5), e1007249, 2018
Temporal collections to study invasion biology
AS Kim, JM Kreiner, F Hernández, DG Bock, KA Hodgins, LH Rieseberg
Molecular Ecology 32 (24), 6729-6742, 2023
Disentangling the genetic consequences of demographic change
JM Kreiner, TR Booker
Molecular Ecology 32 (2), 278-280, 2023
Digest: The key to pollen–stigma dimorphisms–Dissecting the functional significance of the heterostylous syndrome
J Kreiner
Evolution 71 (1), 187-188, 2017
Biotic interactions promote local adaptation to soil in plants
T Dorey, L Frachon, LH Rieseberg, J Kreiner, F Schiestl
bioRxiv, 2024.02. 05.578857, 2024
Quantifying the role of genome size and repeat content in adaptive variation and the architecture of flowering time in Amaranthus tuberculatus
JM Kreiner, S Hnatovska, JR Stinchcombe, SI Wright
Plos Genetics 19 (12), e1010865, 2023
Core genes driving climate adaptation in plants
S Yeaman, J Whiting, T Booker, C Rougeux, B Lind, P Singh, M Lu, ...
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