Wright, S.I., S. Kalisz, and T. Slotte. 2013. Evolutionary consequences of self-fertilization in plants. Proc Royal Society B. Vol 280: doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.0133

Spigler, R.B., and S. Kalisz. 2013. Phenotypic plasticity in mating system traits in the annual Collinsia verna . Botany doi:10.1139/cjb-2012-0227

Hazzouri, K.M., J.S. Escobar, R.W. Ness, K.L. Newman, A.M. Randle, S. Kalisz and S.I. Wright. 2013. Comparative population genomics in Collinsia sister species reveals evidence for reduced effective population size, relaxed selection and evolution of biased gene conversion with an ongoing mating system shift. Evolution 67: 1263-1278 doi:10.1111/evo.12027

Hale, A.N. and S. Kalisz. 2012. Perspectives on allelopathic disruption of plant mutualisms: a framework for individual- and population-level fitness consequences. Plant Ecology, Special Issue: Invited review. doi: 10.1007/s11258-012-0128-z

Kalisz, S., A.M. Randle D. Chaiffetz, M. Faigeles, A. Butera, C. Beight. 2012. Dichogamy correlates with outcrossing rate and defines the selfing syndrome in the mixed mating genus, Collinsia. (Invited paper) Annals of Botany doi: 10.1093/aob/mcr237

Hale, A.N., S.J. Tonsor, and S. Kalisz. 2011. Testing the mutualism disruption hypothesis: a physiological mechanism for invasion of intact perennial plant communities. Ecosphere 2:110. doi: 10.1890/ES11-00136.1

Winn, A. A., E. Elle, S. Kalisz., P.-O.Cheptou, C. G. Eckert, C. Goodwillie, M. O. Johnston, D. A. Moeller, R. H. Ree, R. D. Sargent, and M. Vallejo-Marin. 2011. Analysis of inbreeding depression I mixed mating plants provides evidence for selective interference and stable mixed mating. Perspectives paper in Evolution 65: 3339–3644.

Cantor, A., J. Aaron, A. Hale, B. Traw, and S. Kalisz. 2011. Low allelochemical concentrations detected in garlic mustard-invaded forest soils inhibit fungal growth and AMF spore germination. Biological Invasions doi: 10.1007/s10530-011-9986-x
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Baldwin, B.G., S. Kalisz, and W.S. Armbruster. 2011. Phylogenetic perspectives on diversification, diversity, and phytogeography of Collinsia and Tonella (Plantaginaceae). American Journal of Botany 98:731-753.
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Burke, D.J., M.N. Weintraub, C.R. Hewins, and S. Kalisz. 2010. Relationship between soil enzyme activities, nutrient cycling and soil fungal communities in a northern hardwood forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:795-803.

Whitney, K.D., E.J. Baack, J.L. Hamrick, M.J.W. Godt, B.C. Barringer, M.D. Bennett, C.G. Eckert, C. Goodwillie, S. Kalisz, I.J. Leitch and J. Ross-Ibarra. 2010. A role for nonadaptive processes in plant genome size evolution? Evolution 64:2097-2109.
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Goodwillie, C., R.D. Sargent, C.G. Eckert, E. Elle, M.A. Geber, M.O. Johnston, S. Kalisz, D.A. Moeller, R.H. Ree, M. Vallejo-Marin and A.A. Winn. 2010. Correlated evolution of mating system and floral display traits in flowering plants and its implications for the distribution of mating system variation. New Phytologist 185:311-321.
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Eckert, C.G., S. Kalisz, M.A. Geber, R. Sargent, E. Elle, P.O. Cheptou, C. Goodwillie, M.O. Johnston, J.K. Kelly, D.A. Moeller, E. Porcher, R.H. Ree, M. Vallejo-Marin and A.A. Winn. 2010. Plant mating systems in a changing world. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25:35-43.
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Heckel, C.D., N.A. Bourg, W.J. McShea and S. Kalisz. 2010. Nonconsumptive effects of a generalist ungulate herbivore drive decline of unpalatable forest herbs. Ecology 91:319-326.
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Randle, A.M., J. Slyder and S. Kalisz. 2009. Can differences in autonomous selfing ability explain differences in range size among sister-taxa pairs of Collinsia (Plantaginaceae)? An extension of Baker’s Law. New Phytologist 183:618-629.
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Knight, T.M., L. Smith, J. Dunn, J. Davis and S. Kalisz. 2009. Exotic plants invasions are facilitated by deer overabundance in a Pennsylvania forest. Natural Areas Journal 29:110-116.
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Porcher, E., J.K. Kelly, M. Johnston, P.O. Cheptou, C. Eckert and S. Kalisz. 2009. The genetic consequences of fluctuating inbreeding depression and the evolution of plant mating systems. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22:708-717.
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Johnston, M.O., E. Porcher, P.-O. Cheptou, C.G. Eckert, E. Elle, M.A. Geber, S. Kalisz, J.K. Kelly, D.A. Moeller, M. Vallejo-Marín and A.A. Winn. 2009. Correlations among fertility components can maintain mixed mating in plants. American Naturalist 173:1-11.
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Knight, T.M., H. Caswell and S. Kalisz. 2009. Population growth rate of a common understory herb decreases non-linearly across a gradient of deer herbivory. Forest Ecology and Management 257:1095-1103.
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Quesada-Aguilar, A., S. Kalisz and T.L. Ashman. 2008. Flower morphology and pollinator dynamics in Solanum carolinense L. (Solanaceae): implications for the evolution of andromonoecy. American Journal of Botany 95:974-984.

Morris, W.F., C.A. Pfister, S. Tuljapurkar, C.V. Haridas, C.L. Boggs, M.S. Boyce, E.M. Bruna, D.R.
Church, T. Coulson, D.F. Doak, S. Forsyth, J.-M. Gaillard, C.C. Horvitz, S. Kalisz, B.E. Kendall, T.M. Knight, C.T. Lee and E.S. Menges. 2008. Longevity can buffer plant and animal populations against changing climatic variability. Ecology 89:19-25.

Kalisz, S. and E.M. Kramer. 2008. Emerging Issue: Variaton and constraint in plant evolution and development. Special Issue-- Evolutionary and Ecological Functional Genomics Heredity 100:170-177.
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R. Sargent, C. Goodwillie, S. Kalisz and R. Ree. 2007. Phylogenetic evidence for a flower size and number trade-off. American Journal of Botany 94:2059-2062.
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Dunn, J.L., L. Dierkes, F.X. Pico and S. Kalisz. 2006. Primer Note: Identification of microsatellite loci in Collinsia verna (Veronicaceae). Molecular Ecology Notes 6:1212-1215.
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Kalisz, S., R. Ree and R. Sargent. 2006. Opinion: Linking regulatory genes to evolutionary patterns-a case for floral symmetry genes in mating system evolution. Trends in Plant Science 11:568-573.
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Boyce, M. S., C. V. Haridas, C. Lee, E. M. Bruna, D. Doak, J. M. Drake, J-M. Gaillard, C. C. Horvitz, S. Kalisz, B. E. Kendall, T. Knight, C.L. Boggs, E. Menges, W.F. Morris, C. A. Pfister and S.Tuljapurkar. 2006. Demography in an increasingly variable world. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 21:141-148.
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Goodwille, C., S. Kalisz and C. Eckert. 2005. The Evolutionary Enigma of Mixed Mating Systems in Plants: Occurrence, Theoretical Explanations, and Empirical Evidence. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 36:47-79.
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Kalisz, S., D. Vogler and K. Hanley. 2004. Context-dependent autonomous selfing yields reproductive assurance and adaptive mixed mating. Nature 430:884-886.
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Kalisz S. and M. Purugganan. 2004. Perspective: Ecological and population epigenetics and the role of methylation in plants. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19:309-314.
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Kalisz, S. and D.W. Vogler. 2003. Benefits of autonomous selfing under unpredictable pollinator environments. Ecology 84:2928-2942.
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Kalisz, S. 2003. Invited review of Introduction to Plant Population Biology 4th Edition. Quarterly Review of Biology 78:101.

Kelly, J.K., A. Rasch and S. Kalisz. 2002. A method to estimate pollen viability from pollen size variation. American Journal of Botany 89:1021.
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Armbruster, W.S., C.P.H. Mulder, B.G. Baldwin, S. Kalisz, B. Wessa and H. Knute. 2002. Comparative analysis of floral development and mating-system evolution in the tribe Collinsieae (Scrophulariaceae). American Journal of Botany 89:37-50.
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Klus, D.J., S. Kalisz, P. Curtis, J.A. Teeri. and S. J. Tonsor. 2001. Variation in response to atmospheric CO2 concentration: Gas exchange and allocation of C, H and mass in Plantago lanceolata L. American Journal of Botany 88:1080-1087.
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Kalisz, S., F.M. Hanzawa, J. Nason and S. J.Tonsor. 2001. Spatial population genetic structure in Trillium grandiflorum: the roles of dispersal, mating, history and selection. Evolution 55:1560-1568.
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Vogler, D.W. and S. Kalisz. 2001. Sex among the flowers: the distribution of plant mating systems. Evolution 55(1):202-204.
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Kalisz, S., D. Vogler, B. Fails, M. Finer, E. Sheppard, T. Herman and R. Gonzales. 1999. The mechanism of delayed selfing in Collinsia verna (Scrophulariaceae). American Journal of Botany 86(9):1239-1247.
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Kalisz, S., Hanzawa, F.M., S.J. Tonsor, D.A. Thiede and S.J. Voigt. 1999. Ant mediated dispersal alters pattern of relatedness in a population of Trillium grandiflorum. Ecology 80(10):2620-2634.
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McPeek, M.A. and S. Kalisz. 1998. The joint evolution of dispersal and dormancy in metapopulations. Archive fur Hydrobiologica. Special Issue Advances in Limnology 52:33-51. Evolutionary and ecological aspects of crustacean diapause.

Kalisz, S., L. Horth and M.A. McPeek. 1997. Fragmentation and the role of seed banks in promoting persistence of Collinsia verna in isolated populations. In: M. Schwartz, editor. Conservation in Highly Fragmented Landscapes. Chapman and Hall. Pp. 268-312.

Curtis, P., D.J. Klus, S. Kalisz and S.J. Tonsor. 1996. Evidence for variable genetic response to elevated CO2 in natural plant populations. In: C. Korner and F. Bazzaz, editors. Community, Population and Evolutionary Responses to Elevated CO2 Concentration. Academic Press. Pp. 13-21.

Stevens, L., C.J. Goodnight and S. Kalisz. 1995. Multi-level selection in natural populations of Impatiens capensis. American Naturalist 145:513-526.
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van Groenendael, J., H. de Kroon, S. Kalisz and S. Tuljapurkar. 1994. Loop analysis: Evaluating life history trade-offs in population projection matrices. Ecology 75:2410-2415.
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McPeek, M.A. and S. Kalisz. 1993. Sampling and bootstrapping in complex designs: demographic analyses. Chapter 11. In: S.M. Scheiner and J. Gurevitch, editors. Design and Analysis of Ecological Experiments. Chapman and Hall. Pp. 232-252.

Kalisz, S. and M. A. McPeek. 1993. Extinction dynamics, population growth and seed banks. Oecologia 95:314-320.
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Tonsor, S.J., S. Kalisz, J. Fisher and T. Holtsford. 1993. A life history based study of population structure: seed bank to adults in Plantago lanceolata. Evolution 47:833-843.
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Hanzawa, F.M. and S. Kalisz. 1993. The relationship between age, size and reproduction in Trillium grandiflorum. American Journal of Botany 80:405-410.
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Kalisz, S. and M.A. McPeek. 1992. Demography of an age-structured annual: Resampled projection matrices, elasticity analyses and seed bank effects. Ecology 73(3):1082-1093.
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Tonsor, S. J. and S. Kalisz. 1991. Ecological Genetics, Microevolution and Changes in Atmospheric Chemistry: Population-level Techniques. In: G.E. Taylor, M.T. Clegg and L.F. Pitelka, editors. Genetics and Air Pollution. Springer Verlag.

Kalisz, S. 1991. Experimental determination of seed bank age structure in the winter annual Collinsia verna. Ecology 72(2):575-585.
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Wade, M.J. and S. Kalisz. 1990. The causes of natural selection. Evolution 44:1947-1955.
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Kalisz, S. 1990. Soil seed banks. Review of M.A. Leck., V.T. Parker and R.L. Simpson, editors. The Ecology of Soil Seed Banks. 1989. Academic Press, San Diego pp.462. Ecology 71(3):1226-1227.
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Wade, M. J. and S. Kalisz. 1989. Episodes of selection and correlated characters. Evolution 43(7):1567-1569.
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Kalisz, S. 1989. Fitness consequences of mating system, seed weight and emergence date in a winter annual. Evolution 43(6):1263-1272.
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Kalisz, S. 1986. Variable selection on the timing of germination in Collinsia verna (Scrophulariaceae). Evolution 40(3):479-491.
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Kalisz, S. and J. A. Teeri. 1986. Population-level variation in photosynthetic metabolism and growth in the leaf succulent species Sedum wrightii: Field and phytotron analyses. Ecology 67(1):20-26.
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