Craig W. Benkman
Craig W. Benkman
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Transcriptome sequencing in an ecologically important tree species: assembly, annotation, and marker discovery
T Parchman, K Geist, J Grahnen, C Benkman, CA Buerkle
BMC Genomics 11 (1), 180, 2010
4602010
Genome‐wide association genetics of an adaptive trait in lodgepole pine
TL Parchman, Z Gompert, J Mudge, FD Schilkey, CW Benkman, ...
Molecular ecology 21 (12), 2991-3005, 2012
3502012
Adaptation to single resources and the evolution of crossbill (Loxia) diversity
CW Benkman
Ecological Monographs 63, 305-325, 1993
2541993
Granivory
PE Hulme, CW Benkman
Plant–animal interactions: an evolutionary approach, 132-54, 2002
2442002
The selection mosaic and diversifying coevolution between crossbills and lodgepole pine
CW Benkman
The American Naturalist 153 (S5), S75-S91, 1999
2401999
Divergent selection drives the adaptive radiation of crossbills
CW Benkman
Evolution 57 (5), 1176-1181, 2003
2282003
The influence of a competitor on the geographic mosaic of coevolution between crossbills and lodgepole pine
CW Benkman, WC Holimon, JW Smith
Evolution 55 (2), 282-294, 2001
2202001
Reciprocal selection causes a coevolutionary arms race between crossbills and lodgepole pine
CW Benkman, TL Parchman, A Favis, AM Siepielski
The American Naturalist 162 (2), 182-194, 2003
1912003
Food profitability and the foraging ecology of crossbills
CW Benkman
Ecological Monographs 57, 251-267, 1987
1381987
A coevolutionary arms race causes ecological speciation in crossbills
JW Smith, CW Benkman
The American Naturalist 169 (4), 455-465, 2007
1272007
Diversifying coevolution between crossbills and black spruce on Newfoundland
TL Parchman, CW Benkman
Evolution 56 (8), 1663-1672, 2002
1102002
Crossbill foraging behavior, bill structure, and patterns of food profitability
CW Benkman
The Wilson Bulletin 99, 351-368, 1987
1071987
Adaptations for seed dispersal and the compromises due to seed predation in limber pine
CW Benkman, RP Balda, CC Smith
Ecology 65, 632-642, 1984
1071984
The use and misuse of public information by foraging red crossbills
JW Smith, CW Benkman, K Coffey
Behavioral Ecology 10 (1), 54-62, 1999
1001999
Wind dispersal capacity of pine seeds and the evolution of different seed dispersal modes in pines
CW Benkman
Oikos 73, 221-224, 1995
951995
Fruit-seed disperser interactions: timely insights from a long-term perspective.
DJ Levey, CW Benkman
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 14 (2), 41, 1999
941999
Intake rates and the timing of crossbill reproduction
CW Benkman
The Auk 107 (2), 376-386, 1990
911990
Patterns of genetic variation in the adaptive radiation of New World crossbills (Aves: Loxia)
TL Parchman, CW Benkman, SC Britch
Molecular Ecology 15 (7), 1873-1887, 2006
892006
The advantages and evolution of a morphological novelty
CW Benkman, AK Lindholm
Nature 349 (6309), 519-520, 1991
821991
The impact of tree squirrels (Tamiasciurus) on limber pine seed dispersal adaptations
CW Benkman
Evolution 49, 585-592, 1995
791995
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