Publications (CV)

  1. Hersch-Green, E. I. 2012. Polyploidy in Indian paintbrush (Castilleja) species shapes but does not prevent gene flow across species boundaries. American Journal of Botany 99: Online Oct.- Contact me if you would like a copy.
  2. Bangert, R. K., S. M. Ferrier, L. Evans, K. Kennedy, K. C. Grady, E. I. Hersch-Green, G. J. Allan, and T. G. Whitham. 2012. The proportion of three foundation plant species and their genotypes influences an arthropod community: restoration implications for the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher. Restoration Ecology- Online Sept.- Contact me if you would like a copy.
  3. Hersch-Green, E. I, H. Myburg, and M. T. J. Johnson. 2012. Adaptive molecular evolution of a defence gene in sexual but not functionally asexual evening primroses. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 1576-1585.
  4. Bangert, R. K., S. M. Ferrier, E. I. Hersch-Green, J. K. Bailey, G. J. Allan, and T. G. Whitham. 2012. Unique arthropod communities on different host-plant genotypes results in an increase in arthropod diversity. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 6: 187-195.
  5. Hersch-Green, E. I, N. Turley and M. T. J. Johnson. 2011. Community genetics: what have we accomplished and where should we be headed? Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B - 366:1453-1460.
  6. Hersch-Green, E.I., and R.C. Cronn. 2009. Tangled trios, or something entirely different? Characterizing a hybrid zone in Castilleja (Orobanchaceae). American Journal of Botany 96(8): 1519-1531.
  7. Hersch, E.I, and B. A. Roy. 2007. Context-dependant pollinator behavior: an explanation for patterns of hybridization among three species of Indian paintbrush. Evolution 61(1): 111-124.
  8. Hersch, E.I. 2006. Foliar damage to parental plants interacts to influence mating success of Ipomoea purpurea. Ecology 87(8): 2026-2036.
  9. Hersch, E.I., and P. C. Phillips. 2004. Power and potential bias in field studies of natural selection. Evolution 58(3): 479-485.
  10. Hersch-Green, E. I and B. A. Roy. Yearly fluctuations in the patterns of parasitism and plant fitness: consequences for the co-maintenance of Indian paintbrush populations. In review.
  11. Hersch-Green, E. I, G. J. Allan, and T. G. Whitham. Admixture in a Cottonwood hybrid zones between Populus angustifolia and P. deltoides (Salicaceae): Evolutionary and ecological implications. In review.

Contact Information

Erika I Hersch-Green
Michigan Technological University
Department of Biologyical Sciences
1400 Townsend Dr
Houghton, MI
Office: 906-487-3551