LG Campbell, J Dufresne, SA Sabatinos. 2020.Cannabinoid Inheritance Relies on Complex Genetic Architecture. Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research 5 (1), 105-116. Link

N Mitchell, LG Campbell, JR Ahern, KC Paine, AB Giroldo, KD Whitney. 2019. Correlates of hybridization in plants. Evolution Letters 3 (6), 570-585. Link

LG Campbell, CM Blanchette, E Small. 2019. Risk analysis of gene flow from cultivated, addictive, social-drug plants to wild relatives. The Botanical Review 85 (2), 149-184. Link

ES Cameron, MT Arts, LG Campbell. 2019. Mutation in algae–the increasing role of anthropogenic environmental stress. Phycologia 58 (1), 2-8. Link

LG Campbell, SGU Naraine, J Dusfresne, 2019. Phenotypic plasticity influences the success of clonal propagation in industrial pharmaceutical Cannabis sativa. PloS One 14 (3). Link

SM Colombo, LG Campbell, EJ Murphy, SL Martin, MT Arts. 2018. Potential for novel production of omega-3 long-chain fatty acids by genetically engineered oilseed plants to alter terrestrial ecosystem dynamics. Agricultural Systems 164, 31-37. Link

LG Campbell, SJ Melles, E Vaz, RJ Parker, KS Burgess. 2018. Pollen sleuthing for terrestrial plant surveys: Locating plant populations by exploiting pollen movement. Applications in Plant Sciences 6 (1), e1020. Link

Shawn E Krosnick, Joshuah S Perkin, Tim S Schroeder, Lesley G Campbell, Elizabeth B Jackson, Silas C Maynord, Christopher G Waters, Jeffrey S Mitchell. 2017. New insights into floral morph variation in Passiflora incarnata L.(Passifloraceae) in Tennessee, USA. Flora 236, 115-125. Link

Z Teitel, A Klimowski, LG Campbell. 2016.  Assessing the effects of hybridization and precipitation on invasive weed demography using strength of selection on vital rates. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), 266. Link

Matthew E Woods, Rehman Ata, Zachary Teitel, Nishara M Arachchige, Yi Yang, Brian E Raychaba, James Kuhns, Lesley G Campbell. 2016. Crop diversity and plant–plant interactions in urban allotment gardens. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 31 (6), 540-549. Link

LG Campbell, LP Albert, ED Gumuser, KD Whitney. 2016. Water-induced stress influences the relative investment in cleistogamous and chasmogamous flowers of an invasive grass, Microstegium vimineum (Poaceae). Plant Ecology & Diversity 9 (4), 339-348. Link

Campbell LG, Teitel Z, Miriti MN. 2016. Contemporary evolution and the dynamics of invasion in crop-wild hybrids with heritable variation for two weedy life histories. Evolutionary Applications 9(5): 697–708. Link

Hixson SM, Shukla K, Campbell LG, Hallett RH, Smith SS, Packer L, Arts MT. 2016. Aquatically derived long chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids affect the development and morphology of the crop pest, cabbage white butterfly (Pieris rapae). PLoS One 11(3): e0152264. link

Campbell LG, Lee D, Shukla K, Waite TA, Bartsch D. 2016. An ecological approach to measuring the evolutionary consequences of gene flow from crops to wild or weedy relatives. Applications in Plant Sciences, 4(3):1500114. Link

Teitel Z, Laursen AE, Campbell LG. 2016. Germination rates of weedy radish populations (Raphanus spp.) altered by crop-wild hybridization, not human-mediated changes to soil moisture. Weed Research 56: 149-158. Link

Woods ME, Ata R, Teitel Z, Muthu Arachchige N, Yang Y, Kuhns, J, Campbell LG. 2016. Crop diversity and plant-plant interactions in urban gardens. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems Link.

Campbell LG, Albert LP*, Gumuser ED*, Whitney KD. (In press) Water availability influences the relative investment in selfing and outcrossing flowers of an invasive grass, Microstegium vimineum (Poaceae). Plant Ecology & Diversity.

Farah LM, Gorgolewski M, Komisar J, Nasr J, Straka V, Campbell L, Yeudall F, Throness A. 2015. Ryerson University’s Fertile Campus. Landscapes | Paysages 17(2):14. Link 

Campbell LG, Parker RJM, Blakelock G, Mercer KL. 2015. Maternal environment influences propagule pressure of an invasive plant, Raphanus raphanistrum, (Brassicaceae). International Journal of Plant Science 176(4): 393-403. Link 

Pirimova N, Parker AJ, Campbell LG. 2014. Does Altering Local Water Availability for an Invasive Plant (Raphanus raphanistrum) Affect Floral Morphology and Reproductive Potential? American Journal of Undergraduate Research, 12 (2): 63-72. Link  

Campbell LG*, Luo J*, Mercer KL. 2014. Effect of water availability and genetic diversity on flowering phenology, synchrony and reproductive investment in maize. Maydica 59: 283-289.  Link

Campbell LG, Teitel Z, Miriti M, Snow AA. 2014. Context-specific enhanced invasiveness of Raphanus crop–wild hybrids: A test for associations between greater fecundity and population growth. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 94(8): 1315-1324. Link 

Campbell LG, Mehtani S, Dozier ME, Rinehart J. 2013. Gender-heterogeneous working groups produce higher quality science. PLoS One. 8(10) e79147. Link 

Lloyd MW, Campbell LG, Neel MC. 2013. The power of Wright’s  Fst and Jost’s D to detect recent fragmentation events. PLoS One 8(5): e63981. Link

Campbell LG, Luo J, Mercer KL. 2013. Effect of water availability and genetic diversity on flowering phenology, synchrony, and reproductive investment in summer squash (Cucurbita pepo). Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge. The Journal of Agricultural Science, 151: 775 – 786. Link

Hovick SM, Campbell LG, Snow AA, Whitney KD. 2012. Hybridization alters early life-history traits and increases plant colonization success in a novel region.  American Naturalist. 179: 192-203. Link

Albert LP, Campbell LG, Whitney KD. 2011. Beyond simple reproductive assurance: cleistogamy allows adaptive plastic responses to pollen limitation. International Journal of Plant Science 172 (7): 862-869. Link

Snow AA, Culley TM, Campbell LG, Hegde SG, Ellstrand NC. 2010. Long-term persistence of crop alleles in weed populations. New Phytologist. 186: 537-548. Link

Whitney KD, Ahern JR, Campbell LG, Albert LP, King MS. 2010. Patterns of hybridization in plants. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 12: 175-182. Link

Campbell LG, Snow AA, Sweeney PM. 2009. When divergent life histories hybridize: insights into adaptive life-history traits in an annual weed. New Phytologist. 184:806-818. Link 

Campbell LG, Snow AA. 2009. Can feral weeds evolve from cultivated radish (Raphanus sativus, Brassicaceae)? American Journal of Botany. 96: 498-506. Link

Campbell LG, Snow AA, Sweeney PM, Ketner JM. 2009. Rapid evolution in crop-weed hybrids under selection for divergent life histories. Evolutionary Applications. 2: 172-186. Link

Waite TA, Corey SJ, Campbell LG, Chhangani AK, Rice J, Robbins P. 2009. Satellite sleuthing: Does remotely sensed land-cover change signal ecological degradation in a protected area? Diversity & Distributions. 15: 299-309. Link 

Weiner J, Campbell LG, Pino J, Echarte L. 2009. The allometry of reproduction within plant populations. Journal of Ecology. 97: 1220-1233. Link

Whitney KD, Ahern JR, Campbell LG. 2009. Hybridization-prone plant families do not generate more invasive species. Biological Invasions. 11: 1205-1215. Link

Campbell LG, Husband BC. 2007. Small populations are mate-poor but pollinator-rich in a rare, self-incompatible plant, Hymenoxys herbacea (Asteraceae). New Phytologist 174: 915-925. Link

Campbell LG, Snow AA. 2007. Competition alters life-history traits and increases the relative fecundity of crop-wild hybrids (Raphanus spp.). New Phytologist 173: 648-660. Link

Waite TA, Campbell LG, Chhangani AK, Robbins P. 2007. La Niña’s signature: parallel die-off of mammals in a protected area in India. Diversity and Distributions 13: 752-760. Link

Waite TA, Chhangani AK, Campbell LG, Rajpurohit LS, Mohnot SM. 2007. Sanctuary in the city: urban monkeys buffered against catastrophic die-off during ENSO-related drought. Ecohealth 4: 278-286. Link

Campbell LG, Snow AA, Ridley CE. 2006. Weed evolution after crop gene introgression: greater survival and fecundity of hybrids in a new environment. Ecology Letters 11: 1198-1209. Link

Waite TA, Campbell LG. 2006. Controlling the false discovery rate in molecular ecology: an alternative to Bonferroni. Ecoscience 13: 439-442. Link

Campbell LG, Husband BC. 2005. Impact of clonal growth on effective population size in Hymenoxys herbacea (Asteraceae). Heredity 94: 526-532. Link

Snow AA, Campbell LG. 2005. Can feral radishes become weeds? In Crop Ferality and Volunteerism.  Ed. J. Gressel. CRC Press. Pp. 193-208. Link

Husband BC, Campbell LG. 2004. Population genetic and demographic responses to novel environments:  implications for ex situ plant conservation.  In Ex Situ Plant Conservation Symposium: Strategies for Survival. Eds E. Guerrant Jr., K. Havens, M. Maunder. Island Press. pp. 231 – 266. Link

Campbell LG, Husband BC, Oldham MJ.  2001. Status report on the Lakeside Daisy, Hymenoxys herbacea, in Canada. Endangered Wildlife in Canada Status Report. Link

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