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Pannell, J.R., J. Auld, Y. Brandvain, M. Burd, J.W. Busch, P.O. Cheptou, J. Conner, E.E. Goldberg, A.G. Grant, D. Grossenbacher, S. Hovick, B. Igic, S. Kalisz, A. Pauw, T. Petanidou, A. Randle, R. Rubio de Casas, J. Vamosi and A. Winn. 2015. The scope of Baker's Law. New Phytologist doi:10.1111/nph.13539. [PDF]

Vallejo-MarĂ­n,M, C. Walker, P. Friston-Reilly, L. Sollis-Montero, B. Igic. 2014. Recurrent modification of floral morphology in heterantherous Solanum reveals a parallel shift in reproductive strategy. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (Series B) 369: 20130256. [PDF]

Igic, B. and J. W. Busch. 2013. Is self-fertilization an evolutionary dead end? New Phytologist 198:386-397. [PDF]

Goldberg, E. E. and B. Igic. 2012. Tempo and mode in plant breeding system evolution. Evolution 66:3701-3709. [PDF]

Raduski, A. R., E. B. Haney, and B. Igic. 2012. Expression of self-incompatibility in angiosperms is bimodal. Evolution 66:1275-1283. [PDF] [DATA]

Asquini, E., M. Gerdol, D. Gasperini, B. Igic, G. Graziosi, and A. Pallavicini. 2011. S-RNase-like sequences in styles of Coffea (Rubiaceae): Evidence for S-RNase-based gametophytic self-incompatibility. Tropical Plant Biology 4:237-249. [PDF]

Robertson, K. A., E. E. Goldberg, and B. Igic. 2011. Comparative evidence for the correlated evolution of polyploidy and self-compatibility in Solanaceae. Evolution 65:139-155. [PDF] [DATA+]

Goldberg, E. E., J. R. Kohn, R. Lande, K. A. Robertson, S. A. Smith, and B. Igic. 2010. Species selection maintains self-incompatibility. Science 330:459-460. [PDF] [SOM] [DATA] [F1000] [Vignette]

Goldberg, E. E. and B. Igic. 2008. On phylogenetic tests of irreversible evolution. Evolution 62:2727-2741. [PDF] [F1000]

Igic, B., R. Lande, and J. R. Kohn. 2008. Loss of self-incompatibility and its evolutionary consequences. International Journal of Plant Sciences 169:93-104. [PDF]

Paape, T., B. Igic, S. Smith, R. G. Olmstead, L. Bohs, and J.R. Kohn. 2008. A 15-million-year-old genetic bottleneck. Molecular Biology and Evolution 25:1-9. [PDF]

Igic, B., W.A. Smith, K. Robertson, B.A. Schaal, and J.R. Kohn. 2007. The population genetics of the self-incompatibility polymorphism in wild tomatoes: I. S-RNase diversity in Solanum chilense (Dun.) Reiche (Solanaceae). Heredity 99:553-561. [PDF] [DATA] [F1000]

Igic, B. and J.R. Kohn. 2006. Bias against obligate outcrossers in studies of the distribution of outcrossing rates in plants. Evolution 60:1098-1103. [PDF] [DATA]

Igic, B., L. Bohs, and J.R. Kohn. 2006. Ancient polymorphism reveals unidirectional breeding system transitions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103:1359-1363. [PDF] [PRESS]

Yeung, K., J.S. Miller, A.E. Savage, B.C. Husband, B. Igic, and J.R. Kohn. 2005. Association of ploidy and sexual system in Lycium californicum (Solanaceae). Evolution 59:2048-2055. [PDF]

Igic, B., L. Bohs, and J.R. Kohn. 2004. Historical inferences from the self-incompatibility locus. New Phytologist 161:97-105. [PDF]

Ikeda, K., B. Igic, K. Ushijima, H. Yamane, N.R. Hauck, R. Nakano, H. Sassa, A.F. Iezzoni, J.R. Kohn, and R. Tao. 2004. Primary structural features of the S haplotype-specific F-box protein (SFB) in Prunus. Sexual Plant Reproduction 16:235-243. [PDF]

Igic, B. and J.R. Kohn. 2001. Evolutionary relationships among self-incompatibility RNases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98:13167-13171. [PDF] [DATA] [FIGURES] [F1000] [PRESS]


Robertson, K.R. 2011. Comparative Evidence for the Correlated Evolution of Polyploidy and Self-Compatibility in Solanaceae. (M.S. Thesis) University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, U.S.A. [PDF]

Igic, B. 2005. Phylogenetic Trees Made Easy: A How-To Manual, 2nd ed. (Book Review) Journal of Heredity 96:1-2. [PDF]

Igic, B. 2005. Evolution and Consequences of Self-Incompatibility. (Ph.D. Thesis) University of California, San Diego.

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