Philip Greenspoon
Philip Greenspoon
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The frequency of polyploid speciation in vascular plants
TE Wood, N Takebayashi, MS Barker, I Mayrose, PB Greenspoon, ...
Proceedings of the national Academy of sciences 106 (33), 13875-13879, 2009
11002009
The evolution of epigenetically mediated adaptive transgenerational plasticity in a subdivided population
PB Greenspoon, HG Spencer
Evolution 72 (12), 2773-2780, 2018
142018
Parasite transmission among relatives halts Red Queen dynamics
PB Greenspoon, N Mideo
Evolution 71 (3), 747-755, 2017
122017
Evolution by Fisherian sexual selection in diploids
PB Greenspoon, SP Otto
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (4), 1076-1083, 2009
122009
The evolution of mutation rate in an antagonistic coevolutionary model with maternal transmission of parasites
PB Greenspoon, LK M'Gonigle
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1761), 20130647, 2013
92013
Host–parasite interactions and the evolution of nonrandom mating
PB Greenspoon, LK M'Gonigle
Evolution 68 (12), 3570-3580, 2014
82014
Allee effects and species co-existence in an environment where resource abundance varies
PB Greenspoon
Journal of theoretical biology 361, 61-68, 2014
62014
Can positive frequency dependence facilitate plant coexistence?
PB Greenspoon, LK M’Gonigle
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28, 317-318, 2013
52013
Immune system handling time may alter the outcome of competition between pathogens and the immune system
PB Greenspoon, S Banton, N Mideo
Journal of theoretical biology 447, 25-31, 2018
42018
Evolutionary rescue of a parasite population by mutation rate evolution
PB Greenspoon, N Mideo
Theoretical population biology 117, 64-75, 2017
32017
Colonization limitation of specialized enemies reduces species richness
P Greenspoon, K Wadhawan
Theoretical Ecology 14 (1), 1-8, 2021
2021
Models of Species Interactions in Evolution and Ecology
PB Greenspoon
Stanford University, 2014
2014
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