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Scientist; M. L. Arnold


Arnold, M. L., B. Bennett, & E. Zimmer. (1990a) Natural hybridization between Iris fulva and Iris hexagona: pattern of ribosomal DNA variation. Evolution, 44: 1512-1521.

Arnold, M. L., C. M. Buckner & J.J. Robimson. (1991), Pollen-mediated introgression and hybrid speciation in Louisiana irises. Evolution, 88: 1398-1402.

Arnold, M. L., J. L. Hamrick & B.D, Bennett., (1990b), Allozyme variation in Louisiana irises: a test for introgression and hybrid speciation. Heredity, 65: 297-306.

Arnold, M. L., (1992), Natural hybridization as an evolutionary process, Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 23: 237-261.

Arnold, M. L., (1993), Iris nelsonii (Iridaceae): origin and genetic composition of a homoploid hybrid species. American Journal of Botany 80: 577-583.

Arnold, M. L., (1993), Rarity of hybrid formation and introgression in Louisiana irises. Plant Genet. Newsl. 9: 14-17.

Arnold, M. L., (1994), Natural hybridization and Louisiana Irises. BioScience 44: 141-147.

Arnold, M. L. and B. Bennett, (1993), Natural hybridization in Louisiana irises: genetic variation and ecological determinants. Pp. 115-139. In Hybrid Zones and the Evolutionary Process, R. G. Harrison ed. Oxford University Press.

Arnold, M. L., J. L. Hamrick & B.D, Bennett., (1993), Interspecific pollen competition and reproductive isolation in Iris. Journal of Heredity 84: 13-16.

Arnold, M. L., J. J. Robinson, C. M. Buckner and B. D. Bennet, (1992), Pollen dispersal and interspecific gene flow in Louisiana irises. Heredity, 68: 399-404.
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