Jurriaan M. de Vos
Jurriaan M. de Vos
Department of Environmental Sciences - Botany, University of Basel
Verified email at unibas.ch
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Estimating the normal background rate of species extinction
JM De Vos, LN Joppa, JL Gittleman, PR Stephens, SL Pimm
Conservation Biology 29 (2), 452-462, 2015
4272015
Evolution of multicellularity coincided with increased diversification of cyanobacteria and the Great Oxidation Event
BE Schirrmeister, JM de Vos, A Antonelli, HC Bagheri
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (5), 1791-1796, 2013
2612013
Taxonomy based on science is necessary for global conservation
SA Thomson, RL Pyle, ST Ahyong, M Alonso-Zarazaga, J Ammirati, ...
PLoS biology 16 (3), e2005075, 2018
1332018
Heterostyly accelerates diversification via reduced extinction in primroses
JM de Vos, CE Hughes, GM Schneeweiss, BR Moore, E Conti
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1784), 20140075, 2014
722014
Exploring the tempo of species diversification in legumes
EJM Koenen, JM De Vos, GW Atchison, MF Simon, BD Schrire, ...
South African Journal of Botany 89, 19-30, 2013
532013
Decrease of sexual organ reciprocity between heterostylous primrose species, with possible functional and evolutionary implications
B Keller, JM de Vos, E Conti
Annals of botany 110 (6), 1233-1244, 2012
452012
Reproductive implications of herkogamy in homostylous primroses: variation during anthesis and reproductive assurance in alpine environments
JM de Vos, B Keller, ST Isham, S Kelso, E Conti
Functional Ecology 26 (4), 854-865, 2012
452012
Phylogenetic analysis of Primula section Primula reveals rampant non-monophyly among morphologically distinct species
AN Schmidt-Lebuhn, JM de Vos, B Keller, E Conti
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 65 (1), 23-34, 2012
412012
Small and ugly? Phylogenetic analyses of the “selfing syndrome” reveal complex evolutionary fates of monomorphic primrose flowers
JM De Vos, RO Wüest, E Conti
Evolution 68 (4), 1042-1057, 2014
382014
Targeted enrichment of large gene families for phylogenetic inference: phylogeny and molecular evolution of photosynthesis genes in the Portullugo clade (Caryophyllales)
AJ Moore, JMD Vos, LP Hancock, E Goolsby, EJ Edwards
Systematic Biology 67 (3), 367-383, 2018
272018
Doubtful pathways to cold tolerance in plants
EJ Edwards, JM de Vos, MJ Donoghue
Nature 521 (7552), E5-E6, 2015
242015
A humped latitudinal phylogenetic diversity pattern of orchid bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Euglossini) in western Amazonia: assessing the influence of climate and geologic history
S Abrahamczyk, JM de Vos, C Sedivy, P Gottleuber, M Kessler
Ecography 37 (5), 500-508, 2014
172014
Speciation through chromosomal fusion and fission in Lepidoptera
JM de Vos, H Augustijnen, L Bätscher, K Lucek
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1806), 20190539, 2020
142020
Multiple geographical origins of environmental sex determination enhanced the diversification of Darwin’s favourite orchids
OA Pérez-Escobar, G Chomicki, FL Condamine, JM de Vos, AC Martins, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
142017
Both morph‐and species‐dependent asymmetries affect reproductive barriers between heterostylous species
B Keller, JM de Vos, AN Schmidt‐Lebuhn, JD Thomson, E Conti
Ecology and evolution 6 (17), 6223-6244, 2016
142016
Phylogeny, evolution, and biogeographic history of Calandrinia (Montiaceae)
LP Hancock, F Obbens, AJ Moore, K Thiele, JM de Vos, J West, ...
American journal of botany 105 (6), 1021-1034, 2018
112018
Molecular evolution of key metabolic genes during transitions to C4 and CAM photosynthesis
EW Goolsby, AJ Moore, LP Hancock, JM De Vos, EJ Edwards
American journal of botany 105 (3), 602-613, 2018
102018
Mixed Mating in Homostylous Species: Genetic and Experimental Evidence from an Alpine Plant with Variable Herkogamy, Primula halleri
JM de Vos, B Keller, LR Zhang, MD Nowak, E Conti
International Journal of Plant Sciences 179 (2), 87-99, 2018
102018
A tale of two morphs: modeling pollen transfer, magic traits, and reproductive isolation in parapatry
BC Haller, JM De Vos, B Keller, AP Hendry, E Conti
PloS one 9 (9), e106512, 2014
102014
Shift in flowering time allows diploid and autotetraploid Anacamptis pyramidalis (Orchidaceae) to coexist by reducing competition for pollinators
L Pegoraro, JM De Vos, S Cozzolino, G Scopece
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 191 (2), 274-284, 2019
72019
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