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Publications

  Publications

 

  1. Volis, S. Seed heteromorphism in Triticum dicoccoides: Association between seed position within a dispersal unit and dormancy. Evolutionary Ecology (in press)

  2. Deng T., Nie Z-L., Drew B.T., Volis S. et al. Does the Arcto-Tertiary biogeographic hypothesis explain the disjunct distribution of Northern Hemisphere herbaceous plants? The case of Meehania (Lamiaceae). Plos ONE (in press)

  3. Volis, S., D. Ormanbekova, K.Yermekbayev, M. Song, I. Shulgina. 2014. Introduction beyond a species range: a relationship between population origin, adaptive potential and plant performance. Heredity 113: 268-276

  4. Volis, S. 2014. Dormancy-related seed positional effect in two populations of an annual grass from locations of contrasting aridity. Plos ONE 9: e93061

  5. Volis, S, M. Song, Y. Zhang, I. Shulgina. 2014. Fine-scale spatial genetic structure in emmer wheat and the role of population range position. Evolutionary Biology 41:166–173

  6. Volis, S. and G. Bohrer. 2013. Joint evolution of seed traits along aridity gradient: seed size and dormancy are not two substitutable evolutionary traits in temporally heterogeneous environment. New Phytologist 197: 655-667

  7. Eppel A., N. Keren, E. Salomon, S. Volis, S. Rachmilevitch. 2013. The response of Hordeum spontaneum desert ecotype to drought and excessive light intensity is characterized by induction of O2 dependent photochemical activity and anthocyanin accumulation. Plant Science 201-202: 74-80

  8. Y. Turuspekov, B. Sariev, V. Chudinov, G. Sereda, L. Tokhetova, A. Ortaev, V. Tsygankov, M. Doszhanov, S. Volis, S. Abugalieva. 2013. Genotype × environment interaction patterns for grain yield of spring barley in different regions of Kazakhstan. Russian Journal of Genetics 49: 196-205

  9. Shuilian He, Yunsheng Wang, Sergei Volis, Dezhu Li, Tingshuang Yi. 2012. Genetic diversity and population structure: Implications for conservation of wild soybean (Glycine soja Sieb. et Zucc) based on nuclear and chloroplast microsatellite variation. International Journal of Molecular Science 13: 12608-12628.

10. Volis, S. 2012. Demographic consequences of delayed germination in two annual grasses from two locations of contrasting aridity. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 14: 335-340

  11. Volis, S. 2011. Adaptive genetic differentiation in a predominantly self-pollinating species analyzed by transplanting into natural environment, crossbreeding and QST-FST test. New Phytologist 192: 237-248

  12. Volis, S., I. Shulgina, M. Zaretsky, O. Koren. 2011. Epistasis in a predominantly selfing plant. Heredity 106: 300-309

  13. Volis, S., M.Dorman, M.Blecher, Y.Sapir, L.Burdeniy. 2011. Use of variation partitioning in canonical ordination for analysis of vegetation and soil effects on efficiency of plant relocation. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 265-273

  14. Orlovsky, N.S., U.N. Japakova, I. Shulgina, S. Volis. 2011. Comparative study of seed germination and growth of Kochia prostrata and Kochia scoparia (Chenopodiaceae) under salinity. Journal of Arid Environments 75: 532-537

  15. Volis, S. and Y. Zhang. 2010. Separating effects of gene flow and natural selection along an environmental gradient. Evolutionary Biology 37: 187-199

  16. Tu, T., S. Volis, M.O. Dillon, H. Sun, J. Wen. 2010. Dispersals of Hyoscyameae and Mandragoreae (Solanaceae) from the New World to Eurasia in the early Miocene and their biogeographic diversification within Eurasia. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57: 1226–1237

  17. Zhang, Y., S. Volis, H. Sun. 2010. Chloroplast phylogeny and phylogeography of Stellera chamaejasme on the Qinhai-Tibet Plateau and in adjacent regions. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57: 1162–1172

  18. Volis, S. and M. Blecher. 2010. Quasi in situ – a bridge between ex situ and in situ conservation of plants. Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 2441-2454

  19. Volis, S., M.Blecher, Y. Sapir. 2010. Application of complex conservation strategy to Iris atrofusca of the Northern Negev, Israel. Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 3157-3169

  20. Volis, S., M. Zaretsky, I. Shulgina. 2010. Fine-scale spatial genetic structure in a predominantly selfing plant: role of seed and pollen dispersal. Heredity 105: 384-393.

  21. Dorman, M., P. Melnikov, Y. Sapir, S. Volis. 2009. Factors affecting dormancy of Oncocyclus iris seeds. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 57: 329-333

  22. Dorman, M., Y. Sapir, S. Volis. 2009. Local adaptation in four Iris species tested in a common garden experiment. Biological Journal of Linnean Society 98: 267-277.

  23. Volis, S. 2009. Seed-related traits and their adaptive role in population differentiation in Avena sterilis along an aridity gradient. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 57: 79-90.

  24. Volis, S., M. Blecher, Y. Sapir. 2009. Complex ex situ - in situ approach for conservation of endangered plant species and its application to Iris atrofusca of the Northern Negev. BioRisk 3: 137–160

  25. Volis, S., I. Shulgina, S. Mendlinger, M. Oluoch. 2009. Genetic structure in two African vegetable nightshade species. International Journal of Plant Breeding 3: 81-85.

  26. Volis, S., S. Mendlinger,  I. Shulgina, M. Oluoch. 2009. Genetic diversity in Tanzanian accessions of Brassica carinata A. Braun. International Journal of Plant Breeding 3: 86-91.

  27. Volis, S., K. Uteulin, D. Mills. 2009. Russian dandelion (Taraxacum kok-saghyz): one more example of overcollecting in the past? Applied Botany and Food Quality 83: 60-63.

  28. Volis, S. 2009. Plasticity, its cost and phenotypic selection under water and nutrient stress in two annual grasses. Biological Journal of Linnean Society 97: 581-593.

  29. Volis, S. 2007. Correlated patterns of variation in phenology and seed production in populations of two annual grasses along an aridity gradient. Evolutionary Ecology  21: 381-393.

  30. Shulgina I., B. Yakubov, N. Orlovsky, S. Mendlinger, S. Volis. 2006. Genetic (RAPD) diversity across species range: core vs. peripheral populations of wild barley in Israel and Turkmenistan. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 52: 93-109.

 

  REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

 

  1.     Volis, S., D. Ormanbekova, K.Yermekbayev, M. Song, I. Shulgina. 2014. Introduction beyond a species range: a relationship between population origin, adaptive potential and plant performance. Heredity 113: 268-276

  2.     Volis, S. and G. Bohrer. 2013. Joint evolution of seed traits along aridity gradient: seed size and dormancy are not two substitutable evolutionary traits in temporally heterogeneous environment. New Phytologist 197: 655-667

  3.     Volis, S. 2012. Demographic consequences of delayed germination in two annual grasses from two locations of contrasting aridity. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 14: 335-340

  4.     Volis, S. 2011. Adaptive genetic differentiation in a predominantly self-pollinating species analyzed by transplanting into natural environment, crossbreeding and QST-FST test. New Phytologist 192: 237-248

  5.     Volis, S. and M. Blecher. 2010. Quasi in situ – a bridge between ex situ and in situ conservation of plants. Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 2441-2454

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