Christian Lexer
TitleCited byYear
Major ecological transitions in wild sunflowers facilitated by hybridization
LH Rieseberg, O Raymond, DM Rosenthal, Z Lai, K Livingstone, ...
Science 301 (5637), 1211-1216, 2003
10142003
Sympatric speciation in palms on an oceanic island
V Savolainen, MC Anstett, C Lexer, I Hutton, JJ Clarkson, MV Norup, ...
Nature 441 (7090), 210, 2006
5562006
Cross‐species transfer of nuclear microsatellite markers: potential and limitations
T Barbara, C PALMA‐SILVA, GM Paggi, F Bered, MF Fay, C Lexer
Molecular Ecology 16 (18), 3759-3767, 2007
4022007
Pollen dispersal inferred from paternity analysis in a mixed oak stand of Quercus robur L. and Q. petraea (Matt.) Liebl
R Streiff
Molecular Ecology 8, 831-841, 1999
3781999
Identification and characterization of (GA/CT)n- microsatellite loci from Quercus petraea
H Steinkellner, S Fluch, E Turetschek, C Lexer, R Streiff, A Kremer, K Burg, ...
Plant Molecular Biology 33 (6), 1093-1096, 1997
3441997
Hybridization and the colonization of novel habitats by annual sunflowers
LH Rieseberg, SC Kim, RA Randell, KD Whitney, BL Gross, C Lexer, ...
Genetica 129 (2), 149-165, 2007
2582007
Brief report characterization of (GA) n microsatellite loci from Quercus robur
S Kampfer, C Lexer, J Glossl, H Steinkellner
Hereditas 129 (183), 1-86, 1998
2291998
Glacial refugia: sanctuaries for allelic richness, but not for gene diversity
A Widmer, C Lexer
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16 (6), 267-269, 2001
2282001
Barrier to gene flow between two ecologically divergent Populus species, P. alba (white poplar) and P. tremula (European aspen): the role of ecology and life …
C Lexer, MF Fay, JA Joseph, MS Nica, B Heinze
Molecular ecology 14 (4), 1045-1057, 2005
2042005
A genetic linkage map of Quercus robur L.(pedunculate oak) based on RAPD, SCAR, microsatellite, minisatellite, isozyme and 5S rDNA markers
T Barreneche, C Bodenes, C Lexer, JF Trontin, S Fluch, R Streiff, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 97 (7), 1090-1103, 1998
1991998
Evolution of reproductive isolation in plants
A Widmer, C Lexer, S Cozzolino
Heredity 102 (1), 31, 2009
1892009
Natural selection for salt tolerance quantitative trait loci (QTLs) in wild sunflower hybrids: Implications for the origin of Helianthus paradoxus, a diploid hybrid species
C Lexer, ME Welch, JL Durphy, LH Rieseberg
Molecular Ecology 12 (5), 1225-1235, 2003
1762003
The origin of ecological divergence in Helianthus paradoxus (Asteraceae): selection on transgressive characters in a novel hybrid habitat
C Lexer, ME Welch, O Raymond, LH Rieseberg
Evolution 57 (9), 1989-2000, 2003
1662003
Conservation of (GA)n microsatellite loci between Quercus species
H Steinkellner, C Lexer, E Turetschek, J Glössl
Molecular Ecology 6 (12), 1189-1194, 1997
1641997
The genic view of plant speciation: recent progress and emerging questions
C Lexer, A Widmer
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
1362008
Admixture as the basis for genetic mapping
CA Buerkle, C Lexer
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (12), 686-694, 2008
1342008
Population differentiation and species cohesion in two closely related plants adapted to neotropical high‐altitude ‘inselbergs’, Alcantarea imperialis and Alcantarea geniculata …
T Barbará, G Martinelli, MF Fay, SJ Mayo, C Lexer
Molecular Ecology 16 (10), 1981-1992, 2007
1282007
Sympatric bromeliad species (Pitcairnia spp.) facilitate tests of mechanisms involved in species cohesion and reproductive isolation in Neotropical inselbergs
C PALMA‐SILVA, T Wendt, F Pinheiro, T Barbará, MF Fay, S Cozzolino, ...
Molecular Ecology 20 (15), 3185-3201, 2011
1142011
Genomic scan for single nucleotide polymorphisms reveals patterns of divergence and gene flow between ecologically divergent species
KN Stölting, R Nipper, D Lindtke, C Caseys, S Waeber, S Castiglione, ...
Molecular ecology 22 (3), 842-855, 2013
1112013
Experimental hybridization as a tool for studying selection in the wild
C Lexer, RA Randell, LH Rieseberg
Ecology 84 (7), 1688-1699, 2003
1112003
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