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Stacey Dewitt Smith

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Boulder
DepartmentEcology & Evolutionary Biology
Phone303/492-1374

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    1. Sinnott-Armstrong MA, Deanna R, Pretz C, Liu S, Harris JC, Dunbar-Wallis A, Smith SD, Wheeler LC. How to approach the study of syndromes in macroevolution and ecology. Ecol Evol. 2022 Mar; 12(3):e8583. PMID: 35342598.
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    2. Wheeler LC, Walker JF, Ng J, Deanna R, Dunbar-Wallis A, Backes A, Pezzi PH, Palchetti MV, Robertson HM, Monaghan A, de Freitas LB, Barboza GE, Moyroud E, Smith SD. Transcription Factors Evolve Faster Than Their Structural Gene Targets in the Flavonoid Pigment Pathway. Mol Biol Evol. 2022 03 02; 39(3). PMID: 35212724.
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    3. Pretz C, Smith SD. Intraspecific breakdown of self-incompatibility in Physalis acutifolia (Solanaceae). AoB Plants. 2022 Feb; 14(1):plab080. PMID: 35079331.
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    4. Smith SD, Blackman BK. From deep roots to new blooms: The ever-growing field of evo-devo across land plants. Evol Dev. 2021 05; 23(3):119-122. PMID: 33974350.
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    5. Wheeler LC, Wing BA, Smith SD. Structure and contingency determine mutational hotspots for flower color evolution. Evol Lett. 2021 Feb; 5(1):61-74. PMID: 33552536.
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    6. Liu S, Smith SD. Phylogeny and biogeography of South American marsh pitcher plant genus Heliamphora (Sarraceniaceae) endemic to the Guiana Highlands. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2021 01; 154:106961. PMID: 32956799.
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    7. Smith SD. In the Spotlight - Early Career Researcher. J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol. 2020 07; 334(5):261-262. PMID: 32729202.
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    8. Smith SD, Pennell MW, Dunn CW, Edwards SV. Phylogenetics is the New Genetics (for Most of Biodiversity). Trends Ecol Evol. 2020 05; 35(5):415-425. PMID: 32294423.
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    9. Larter M, Dunbar-Wallis A, Berardi AE, Smith SD. Developmental control of convergent floral pigmentation across evolutionary timescales. Dev Dyn. 2019 11; 248(11):1091-1100. PMID: 31269317.
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    10. Dupin J, Smith SD. Integrating historical biogeography and environmental niche evolution to understand the geographic distribution of Datureae. Am J Bot. 2019 05; 106(5):667-678. PMID: 31059141.
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    11. Smith SD, Angelovici R, Heyduk K, Maeda HA, Moghe GD, Pires JC, Widhalm JR, Wisecaver JH. The renaissance of comparative biochemistry. Am J Bot. 2019 01; 106(1):3-13. PMID: 30629738.
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    12. Ng J, Smith SD. Why are red flowers so rare? Testing the macroevolutionary causes of tippiness. J Evol Biol. 2018 12; 31(12):1863-1875. PMID: 30256485.
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    13. Ng J, Freitas LB, Smith SD. Stepwise evolution of floral pigmentation predicted by biochemical pathway structure. Evolution. 2018 12; 72(12):2792-2802. PMID: 30187462.
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    14. Larter M, Dunbar-Wallis A, Berardi AE, Smith SD. Convergent Evolution at the Pathway Level: Predictable Regulatory Changes during Flower Color Transitions. Mol Biol Evol. 2018 09 01; 35(9):2159-2169. PMID: 29878153.
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    15. Smith SD, Kriebel R. Convergent evolution of floral shape tied to pollinator shifts in Iochrominae (Solanaceae). Evolution. 2018 03; 72(3):688-697. PMID: 29280478.
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    16. Berardi AE, Hildreth SB, Helm RF, Winkel BS, Smith SD. Evolutionary correlations in flavonoid production across flowers and leaves in the Iochrominae (Solanaceae). Phytochemistry. 2016 Oct; 130:119-27. PMID: 27291343.
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    17. Ho WW, Smith SD. Molecular evolution of anthocyanin pigmentation genes following losses of flower color. BMC Evol Biol. 2016 May 10; 16:98. PMID: 27161359.
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    18. Ng J, Smith SD. How to make a red flower: the combinatorial effect of pigments. AoB Plants. 2016; 8. PMID: 26933150.
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    19. Smith SD. Pleiotropy and the evolution of floral integration. New Phytol. 2016 Jan; 209(1):80-5. PMID: 26224529.
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    20. Ng J, Smith SD. Widespread flower color convergence in Solanaceae via alternate biochemical pathways. New Phytol. 2016 Jan; 209(1):407-17. PMID: 26224118.
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    21. Smith SD, Goldberg EE. Tempo and mode of flower color evolution. Am J Bot. 2015 Jul; 102(7):1014-25. PMID: 26199360.
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    22. Smith SD. Quantifying color variation: Improved formulas for calculating hue with segment classification. Appl Plant Sci. 2014 Mar; 2(3). PMID: 25202612.
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