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Andrew Stephenson
Andrew Stephenson
Distinguished Professor of Biology, Pennsylvania State University
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Flower and fruit abortion: proximate causes and ultimate functions
AG Stephenson
Annual review of ecology and systematics 12 (1), 253-279, 1981
21331981
Male competition, female choice, and sexual selection in plants
AG Stephenson, RI Bertin
Pollination biology 109, 149, 1983
4721983
Fruit set, herbivory, fruit reduction, and the fruiting strategy of Catalpa speciosa (Bignoniaceae)
AG Stephenson
Ecology 61 (1), 57-64, 1980
3081980
How environmental factors affect pollen performance: ecological and evolutionary perspectives
LF Delph, MH Johannsson, AG Stephenson
Ecology 78 (6), 1632-1639, 1997
2561997
LOTUS CORNICULATUS REGULATES OFFSPRING QUALITY THROUGH SELECTIVE FRUIT ABORTION
AG Stephenson, JA Winsor
Evolution 40 (3), 453-458, 1986
2521986
The relationship between pollen load and fruit maturation and the effect of pollen load on offspring vigor in Cucurbita pepo
JA Winsor, LE Davis, AG Stephenson
The American Naturalist 129 (5), 643-656, 1987
2341987
Leaf damage decreases pollen production and hinders pollen performance in Cucurbita texana
M Quesada, K Bollman, AG Stephenson
Ecology 76 (2), 437-443, 1995
2081995
An evolutionary examination of the floral display of Catalpa speciosa (Bignoniaceae)
AG Stephenson
Evolution, 1200-1209, 1979
1991979
Effects of soil nitrogen on pollen production, pollen grain size, and pollen performance in Cucurbita pepo (Cucurbitaceae)
TC Lau, AG Stephenson
American Journal of Botany 80 (7), 763-768, 1993
1981993
The role of the extrafloral nectaries of Catalpa speciosa in limiting herbivory and increasing fruit production
AG Stephenson
Ecology 63 (3), 663-669, 1982
1961982
The Effects of Seed Number and Prior Fruit Dominance on the Pattern of Fruit Production in Cucurbits pepo (Zucchini Squash)
AG Stephenson, B Devlin, JB Horton
Annals of Botany 62 (6), 653-661, 1988
1561988
The regulation of maternal investment in an indeterminate flowering plant (Lotus corniculatus)
AG Stephenson
Ecology 65 (1), 113-121, 1984
1491984
Effects of soil phosphorus on pollen production, pollen size, pollen phosphorus content, and the ability to sire seeds in Cucurbita pepo (Cucurbitaceae)
TC Lau, AG Stephenson
Sexual Plant Reproduction 7 (4), 215-220, 1994
1361994
Interrelationships among inbreeding depression, plasticity in the self-incompatibility system, and the breeding system of Campanula rapunculoides L.(Campanulaceae)
AG Stephenson, SV Good, DW Vogler
Annals of Botany 85, 211-219, 2000
1352000
When does outcrossing occur in a mass-flowering plant?
AG Stephenson
Evolution, 762-767, 1982
1301982
The male determinant of self‐incompatibility in Brassica oleracea is located in the pollen coating
AG Stephenson, J Doughty, S Dixon, C Elleman, S Hiscock, HG Dickinson
The Plant Journal 12 (6), 1351-1359, 1997
1241997
Sex differential floral longevity, nectar secretion, and pollinator foraging in a protandrous species
B Devlin, AG Stephenson
American Journal of Botany 72 (2), 303-310, 1985
1241985
Mycorrhizal infection and high soil phosphorus improve vegetative growth and the female and male functions in tomato
JL Poulton, D Bryla, RT Koide, AG Stephenson
New Phytologist 154 (1), 255-264, 2002
1212002
Pollen competition in a natural population of Cucurbita foetidissima (Cucurbitaceae)
JA Winsor, S Peretz, AG Stephenson
American Journal of Botany 87 (4), 527-532, 2000
1202000
Iridoid glycosides in the nectar ofCatalpa speciosa are unpalatable to nectar thieves
AG Stephenson
Journal of Chemical Ecology 8 (7), 1025-1034, 1982
1171982
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