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J. F. Wendel, Schnabel, A., and Seelanan, T., Bidirectional interlocus concerted evolution following allopolyploid speciation in cotton (Gossypium), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 92, no. 1, pp. 280-284, 1995.
J. F. Wendel, Flagel, L. E., and Adams, K. L., Jeans, genes, and genomes: cotton as a model for studying polyploidy, in Polyploidy and genome evolution, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012, pp. 181-207.
J. F. Wendel, Edwards, M. D., and Stuber, C. W., Evidence for multilocus genetic control of preferential fertilization in maize, Heredity, vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 297-301, 1987.
J. F. Wendel, Rowley, R., and Stewart, J. McD., Genetic diversity in and phylogenetic relationships of the Brazilian endemic cotton, Gossypium mustelinum (Malvaceae), Plant Systematics and Evolution, vol. 192, no. 1-2, pp. 49-59, 1994.
J. F. Wendel and Parks, C. R., Genetic control of isozyme variation in Camellia japonica L., Journal of Heredity, vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 197-204, 1982.
J. F. Wendel and Doyle, J., 7 Polyploidy and evolution in plants, Plant diversity and evolution: genotypic and phenotypic variation in higher plants, p. 97, 2005.
J. F. Wendel and Parks, C. R., Genetic diversity and population structure in Camellia japonica L.(Theaceae), American Journal of Botany, pp. 52-65, 1985.
J. F. Wendel, Epigenetics and plant evolution., New Phytologist, vol. 168, no. 1, pp. 81-91, 2005.
J. F. Wendel and Adams, K. L., Genome evolution and gene silencing in polyploid cotton, REGNUM VEGETABILE, vol. 143, p. 271, 2005.
J. F. Wendel, Cronn, R. C., Álvarez, I., Liu, B., Small, R. L., and Senchina, D. S., Intron size and genome size in plants, Molecular biology and evolution, vol. 19, no. 12, pp. 2346-2352, 2002.
S. A. Weiner, Galbraith, D. A., Adams, D. C., Valenzuela, N., Noll, F. B., Grozinger, C. M., and Toth, A. L., A survey of DNA methylation across social insect species, life stages, and castes reveals abundant and caste-associated methylation in a primitively social wasp, Naturwissenschaften, vol. 100, no. 8, pp. 795-799, 2013.
S. Weiner, Geffre, A., and Toth, A. Lynn, Functional genomics in the wild: A case study with paper wasps shows challenges and prospects for RNA-interference in ecological systems, Genome, no. ja, 2017.
N. F. Weeden and Wendel, J. F., Genetics of plant isozymes, in Isozymes in plant biology, Springer Netherlands, 1989, pp. 46-72.
G. E. Weber, Moloney, K., and Jeltsch, F., Simulated long-term vegetation response to alternative stocking strategies in savanna rangelands, Plant Ecology, vol. 150, no. 1-2, pp. 77-96, 2000.
E. C. Webb, Mendelssohn, I. A., and Wilsey, B. J., Causes for vegetation dieback in a Louisiana salt marsh: a bioassay approach, Aquatic Botany, vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 281-289, 1995.
D. A. Warner, Miller, D. A. W., Bronikowski, A. M., and Janzen, F. J., Decades of field data reveal that turtles senesce in the wild, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, p. 201600035, 2016.
L. Wang, Beissinger, T. Mathes, Lorant, A., Ross-Ibarra, C., Ross-Ibarra, J., and Hufford, M., The interplay of demography and selection during maize domestication and expansion, bioRxiv, p. 114579, 2017.
R. -lin Wang, Wendel, J. F., and Dekker, J. H., Weedy adaptation in Setaria spp. I. Isozyme analysis of genetic diversity and population genetic structure in Setaria viridis, American Journal of Botany, pp. 308-317, 1995.
R. -lin Wang, Wendel, J. F., and Dekker, J. H., Weedy adaptation in Setaria spp. II. Genetic diversity and population genetic structure in S. glauca, S. geniculata, and S. faberii (Poaceae), American Journal of Botany, pp. 1031-1039, 1995.
E. M. Wandrag, Dunham, A. E., Duncan, R. P., and Rogers, H. S., Seed dispersal increases local species richness and reduces spatial turnover of tropical tree seedlings, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, p. 201709584, 2017.
D. M. Wald, Nelson, K. A., Gawel, A. Marie, and Rogers, H. S., The role of trust in public attitudes toward invasive species management on Guam: A case study, Journal of Environmental Management, 2018.
V. N. Waghmare, Rong, J., Rogers, C. J., Pierce, G. J., Wendel, J. F., and Paterson, A. H., Genetic mapping of a cross between Gossypium hirsutum (cotton) and the Hawaiian endemic, Gossypium tomentosum, Theoretical and Applied Genetics, vol. 111, no. 4, pp. 665-676, 2005.
K. C. Voves, Mitchell, T. S., and Janzen, F. J., Does Natural Visual Camouflage Reduce Turtle Nest Predation?, The American Midland Naturalist, vol. 176, no. 1, pp. 166-172, 2016.
C. V Von Mark, Nason, J. D., Luhman, R., Marek, L. F., Shoemaker, R. C., E Brummer, C., and Gardner, C. A. C., Analysis of bulked and redundant accessions of Brassica germplasm using assignment tests of microsatellite markers, Euphytica, vol. 152, no. 3, pp. 339-349, 2006.
J. A. Vogel, Debinski, D. M., Koford, R. R., and Miller, J. R., Butterfly responses to prairie restoration through fire and grazing, Biological Conservation, vol. 140, no. 1, pp. 78-90, 2007.
J. A. Vogel, Koford, R. R., and Debinski, D. M., Direct and indirect responses of tallgrass prairie butterflies to prescribed burning, Journal of Insect Conservation, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 663-677, 2010.
P. M. Vitousek, Aplet, G. H., Raich, J. W., and Lockwood, J. P., Biological perspectives on Mauna Loa Volcano: a model system for ecological research, Mauna Loa revealed: structure, composition, history, and hazards, pp. 117-126, 1995.
K. A. I. O. V. I. N. I. C. I. U. S. D. VIDAL, WELKER, C. A. S. S. I. A. N. O. A. D. O. R. N. E. L. E. S., OLIVEIRA, I. A. S. M. I. N. L. A. I. A. N. E. C., DA MOTA, A. L. I. N. E. C. O. S. T. A., OLIVEIRA, R. E. Y. J. A. N. E. P., and Clark, L. G., A new species of Chusquea subg. Chusquea (Poaceae—Bambusoideae—Bambuseae) from Minas Gerais, Brazil: morphological evidence and phylogenetic placement within the Euchusquea clade, Phytotaxa, vol. 365, no. 1, pp. 73-88, 2018.
J. W. Veldman, Overbeck, G. E., Negreiros, D., Mahy, G., Le Stradic, S., G Fernandes, W., Durigan, G., Buisson, E., Putz, F. E., and Bond, W. J., Where Tree Planting and Forest Expansion are Bad for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, BioScience, vol. 65, pp. 1011-1018, 2015.
G. F. Ciska Veen, Keiser, A. D., van der Putten, W. H., and Wardle, D. A., Variation in home‐field advantage and ability in leaf litter decomposition across successional gradients, Functional Ecology, 2018.
R. E. VanNimwegen and Debinski, D. M., Nest Success of Yellow Warblers in Willow Habitats: The Role of Surface Water and Snakes, University of Wyoming National Park Service Research Center Annual Report, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 53-57, 2004.
R. E. VanNimwegen and Debinski, D., Avian Studies in Montane Meadows: Songbird Abundance and Nesting Success, University of Wyoming National Park Service Research Center Annual Report, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 126-131, 2002.
P. L. VanderWiel, Voytas, D. F., and Wendel, J. F., Copia-like retrotransposable element evolution in diploid and polyploid cotton (Gossypium L.), Journal of molecular evolution, vol. 36, no. 5, pp. 429-447, 1993.
J. Van Goor, Piatscheck, F., Houston, D. D., and Nason, J. D., Figs, pollinators, and parasites: A longitudinal study of the effects of nematode infection on fig wasp fitness, Acta Oecologica, 2018.
A. van der Valk, Self-Design vs. Designer Theories and Wetland Restoration and Creation, The Wetland Book: I: Structure and Function, Management, and Methods, pp. 55-58, 2018.
A. G. van der Valk, Bremholm, T. L., and Gordon, E., The restoration of sedge meadows: seed viability, seed germination requirements, and seedling growth ofCarex species, Wetlands, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 756-764, 1999.
A. van der Valk and Mushet, D. M., Interannual water-level fluctuations and the vegetation of prairie potholes: potential impacts of climate change, Wetlands, pp. 1-10, 2016.
A. G. van der Valk and Baalman, M. A., Effects of Seed Treatments, Delayed Planting and Groundwater Levels on the Restoration of Sedge Meadows, Wetlands, pp. 1-9, 2018.
O. J. Valverde-Barrantes, Raich, J. W., and Russell, A. E., Fine-root mass, growth and nitrogen content for six tropical tree species, Plant and Soil, vol. 290, no. 1-2, pp. 357-370, 2007.
N. Valenzuela and Adams, D. C., Chromosome number and sex determination coevolve in turtles, Evolution, vol. 65, no. 6, pp. 1808-1813, 2011.
N. Valenzuela, Adams, D. C., and Janzen, F. J., Pattern does not equal process: exactly when is sex environmentally determined?, The American Naturalist, vol. 161, no. 4, pp. 676-683, 2003.
N. Valenzuela, Adams, D. C., Bowden, R. M., Gauger, A. C., and Douglas, M. E., Geometric morphometric sex estimation for hatchling turtles: a powerful alternative for detecting subtle sexual shape dimorphism, Copeia, vol. 2004, no. 4, pp. 735-742, 2004.