Allison Ann Snow
Allison Ann Snow
Professor Emerita, Dept. of EEOB, Ohio State University
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What molecules can tell us about populations: choosing andusing a molecular marker
PG Parker, AA Snow, MD Schug, GC Booton, PA Fuerst
Ecology 79 (2), 361-382, 1998
6791998
Status of pollinators in North America
National Research Council
National Academies Press, 2007
4602007
Commercialization of transgenic plants: potential ecological risks
AA Snow, PM Palma
BioScience 47 (2), 86-96, 1997
4311997
Floral evolution: attractiveness to pollinators increases male fitness
ML Stanton, AA Snow, SN Handel
Science 232 (4758), 1625-1627, 1986
4181986
Genetically engineered organisms and the environment: current status and recommendations
AA Snow, DA Andow, P Gepts, EM Hallerman, A Power, JM Tiedje, ...
Ecological Applications 15 (2), 377-404, 2005
4002005
A Bt transgene reduces herbivory and enhances fecundity in wild sunflowers
AA Snow, D Pilson, LH Rieseberg, MJ Paulsen, N Pleskac, MR Reagon, ...
Ecological applications 13 (2), 279-286, 2003
3412003
Gene flow from genetically modified rice and its environmental consequences
BR Lu, AA Snow
BioScience 55 (8), 669-678, 2005
3302005
Costs of flower and fruit production in Tipularia discolor (Orchidaceae)
AA Snow, DF Whigham
Ecology 70 (5), 1286-1293, 1989
2941989
Plant zonation in an Alaskan salt marsh: II. An experimental study of the role of edaphic conditions
AA Snow, SW Vince
The Journal of Ecology, 669-684, 1984
2711984
Costs of transgenic herbicide resistance introgressed from Brassica napus into weedy B. rapa
AA Snow, B Andersen, RB Jørgensen
Molecular Ecology 8 (4), 605-615, 1999
2431999
Pollination intensity and potential seed set in Passiflora vitifolia
AA Snow
Oecologia 55 (2), 231-237, 1982
2161982
Pollen vigour and the potential for sexual selection in plants
AA Snow, TP Spira
Nature 352 (6338), 796-797, 1991
2141991
Pollination dynamics in Epilobium canum (Onagraceae): consequences for gametophytic selection
AA Snow
American Journal of Botany 73 (1), 139-151, 1986
2101986
The ecology of geitonogamous pollination
AA Snow, TP Spira, R Simpson, RA Klips
Floral biology, 191-216, 1996
2081996
Long-term introgression of crop genes into wild sunflower populations
CR Linder, I Taha, LH Rieseberg, GJ Seiler, AA Snow
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 96 (3-4), 339-347, 1998
2041998
Transgenic crops—why gene flow matters
AA Snow
Nature biotechnology 20 (6), 542-542, 2002
1992002
Plant zonation in an Alaskan salt marsh: I. Distribution, abundance and environmental factors
SW Vince, AA Snow
The Journal of Ecology, 651-667, 1984
1991984
The persistence of cultivar alleles in wild populations of sunflowers five generations after hybridization
J Whitton, DE Wolf, DM Arias, AA Snow, LH Rieseberg
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 95 (1-2), 33-40, 1997
1951997
Absence of detectable transgenes in local landraces of maize in Oaxaca, Mexico (2003-2004).
AAS S. Ortiz-García, E. Ezcurra, B. Schoel, F. Acevedo
Proceedings of the National Academies of Science, USA, 12338-12343, 2005
178*2005
Fecundity, phenology, and seed dormancy of F1 wild–crop hybrids in sunflower (Helianthus annuus, Asteraceae)
AA Snow, P Moran‐Palma, LH Rieseberg, A Wszelaki, GJ Seiler
American Journal of Botany 85 (6), 794-801, 1998
1481998
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