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Jennifer Murphy’s paper highlighted as “Editor’s Choice” at the American Journal of Botany

Posted on January 17, 2017

Jennifer Muprhy, a graduate student in Dr. Jean Burn’s lab, recently had her paper demonstrating that fixed trait differences, rather than phenotype plasticity are correlated with invasiveness in the Roses named “Editor’s Choice” at the American Journal of Botany.

Link to the December highlights section:
http://www.amjbot.org/content/103/12/2013

Link to the AJB article:
http://www.amjbot.org/content/103/12/2058.abstract

 

Picutred top to bottom are Rosa eglanteria, an exotic non-invasive, Rosa multiflore, invasive, and Rosa setigera a native (non-invasive) rose.

rosa_eglanteria rosa_multiflora rosa_setigera

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