Estep, Matt

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A Bioinformatics Pipeline To Study The Dynamics Of Retrotransposons In Grass Evolution 2017 879 Transposable elements (TEs) are repetitive sequences found within all eukaryotic genomes and possess the genetic mechanisms necessary to move locations within their host. The repetitive fraction of plant genomes has historically been viewed as “junk ...
Developing Genetic Markers In Vetiver (Chrysopogon Zizanioides) 2017 799 Vetiver (Chrysopogon zizanioides) is an introduced species that has the potential to become invasive in the U.S. This tropical grass is a member of the tribe Andropogoneae (Poaceae), which contains many aggressive weeds, including Imperata, Miscanthu...
Identifying Evolutionary Significant Units in Spiraea virginiana 2017 397 Spiraea virginiana Brit. (Rosaceae) is a rare clonal shrub found in isolated populations within the Cumberland, Tennessee, and Ohio River drainages. This species has been listed as federally endangered since June 1990 due to anthropogenically induced...
Cytogenetic Tools To Investigate The Compilospecies 2018 99 A compilospecies is defined as a genetically aggressive taxa that “steals” or incorporates the genomes of other taxa via introgressive hybridization. This concept was first defined in Bothriochloa, Capillipedium, and Dichanthium (the BCD clade). With...
Assessing Reproductive Potential In A Federally Listed Species: Differential Staining For Pollen Viability In Spiraea Virginiana 2018 184 Spiraea virginiana Britton (Rosaceae) is a rare federally-listed, clonal shrub that inhabits riparian zones within the Ohio River drainage. The species often occurs in areas of high disturbance and predominantly uses asexual reproduction to propagate...
The Development Of Microsatellite Markers For The Culturally And Economically Significant Plant, Allium Tricoccum Ait. 2019 23 Allium tricoccum Ait. is an herbaceous monocot in the Amaryllidaceae family and is most commonly known as a ramp or wild leek. Allium tricoccum is traditionally used in Appalachian cultures, but it has gained the attention of the general public over ...
Development Of Microsatellite Markers To Investigate Recurrent Polyploidy Within The Genus Dicentra 2019 75 The genus Dicentra (Bernhardi 1833) is a small group of herbaceous plants containing approximately 12 species found in North America and eastern Asia. Three species: D. eximia, D. cucullaria, and D. canadensis, display an interesting polyploid series...