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Authors: Pfunder, M Schurch, S Roy, BA
Citation: M. Pfunder et al., Sequence variation and geographic distribution of pseudoflower-forming rust fungi (Uromyces pisi s. lat.) on Euphorbia cyparissias, MYCOL RES, 105, 2001, pp. 57-66

Authors: Utelli, AB Roy, BA
Citation: Ab. Utelli et Ba. Roy, Causes and consequences of floral damage in Aconitum lycoctonum at high and low elevations in Switzerland, OECOLOGIA, 127(2), 2001, pp. 266-273

Authors: Roy, BA
Citation: Ba. Roy, Patterns of association between crucifers and their flower-mimic pathogens: Host jumps are more common than coevolution or cospeciation, EVOLUTION, 55(1), 2001, pp. 41-53

Authors: Utelli, AB Roy, BA Baltisberger, M
Citation: Ab. Utelli et al., Molecular and morphological analyses of European Aconitum species (Ranunculaceae), PLANT SYS E, 224(3-4), 2000, pp. 195-212

Authors: Kirchner, JW Roy, BA
Citation: Jw. Kirchner et Ba. Roy, Evolutionary implications of host-pathogen specificity: the fitness consequences of host life history traits, EVOL ECOL, 14(8), 2000, pp. 665-692

Authors: Roy, BA Kirchner, JW Christian, CE Rose, LE
Citation: Ba. Roy et al., High disease incidence and apparent disease tolerance in a North American Great Basin plant community, EVOL ECOL, 14(4-6), 2000, pp. 421-438

Authors: Utelli, AB Roy, BA
Citation: Ab. Utelli et Ba. Roy, Pollinator abundance and behavior on Aconitum lycoctonum (Ranunculaceae): an analysis of the quantity and quality components of pollination, OIKOS, 89(3), 2000, pp. 461-470

Authors: Schurch, S Pfunder, M Roy, BA
Citation: S. Schurch et al., Effects of ants on the reproductive success of Euphorbia cyparissias and associated pathogenic rust fungi, OIKOS, 88(1), 2000, pp. 6-12

Authors: Roy, BA Kirchner, JW
Citation: Ba. Roy et Jw. Kirchner, Evolutionary dynamics of pathogen resistance and tolerance, EVOLUTION, 54(1), 2000, pp. 51-63

Authors: Stanton, ML Roy, BA Thiede, DA
Citation: Ml. Stanton et al., Evolution in stressful environments. I. Phenotypic variability, phenotypicselection, and response to selection in five distinct environmental stresses, EVOLUTION, 54(1), 2000, pp. 93-111

Authors: Kollmann, J Steinger, T Roy, BA
Citation: J. Kollmann et al., Evidence of sexuality in European Rubus (Rosaceae) species based on AFLP and allozyme analysis, AM J BOTANY, 87(11), 2000, pp. 1592-1598

Authors: Pfunder, M Roy, BA
Citation: M. Pfunder et Ba. Roy, Pollinator-mediated interactions between a pathogenic fungus, Uromyces pisi (Pucciniaceae), and its host plant, Euphorbia cyparissias (Euphorbiaceae), AM J BOTANY, 87(1), 2000, pp. 48-55

Authors: Roy, BA Widmer, A
Citation: Ba. Roy et A. Widmer, Floral mimicry: a fascinating yet poorly understood phenomenon, TRENDS PL S, 4(8), 1999, pp. 325-330

Authors: Roy, BA Stanton, ML Eppley, SM
Citation: Ba. Roy et al., Effects of environmental stress on leaf hair density and consequences for selection, J EVOL BIOL, 12(6), 1999, pp. 1089-1103

Authors: Roy, BA Stanton, ML
Citation: Ba. Roy et Ml. Stanton, Asymmetry in wild mustard, Sinapis arvensis (Brassicaceae), in response tosevere physiological stresses, J EVOL BIOL, 12(3), 1999, pp. 440-449

Authors: Utelli, AB Roy, BA Baltisberger, M
Citation: Ab. Utelli et al., History can be more important than 'pollination syndrome' in determining the genetic structure of plant populations: the case of Aconitum lycoctonum (Ranunculaceae), HEREDITY, 82, 1999, pp. 574-584

Authors: Kirchner, JW Roy, BA
Citation: Jw. Kirchner et Ba. Roy, The evolutionary advantages of dying young: Epidemiological implications of longevity in metapopulations, AM NATURAL, 154(2), 1999, pp. 140-159
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