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Rogers, S. and Eppley, SM. 2012. Testing the interaction between interspecific competition and phosphorus in a dioecious grass. Botany 90: 704-710.

Rosenstiel, T.N., Shortlidge, E.E., Melnychenko, A.N., Pankow, J.F., and Eppley, S.M. 2012. Sex-specific volatile compounds influence microarthropod-mediated fertilization of moss. Nature 481: 431-433

Shortlidge, E. Rosenstiel, T. N., Eppley, E. 2012. Desiccation tolerance in bryophyte sperm. New Phytologist 194: 741-750.

Eppley, S. M. Rosenstiel, T. N., Graves, C. B., Garcia, E. 2011. Limits to sexual reproduction in geothermal bryophytes. International Journal of Plant Sciences 172: 870-978

Stark, L. R, McLetchie, D. N., and Eppley, S.M. 2010. Sex ratios and the shy male hypothesis in the moss Bryum argenteum. Bryologist 113: 788-797

Mercer, C. and Eppley, S. M. 2010. Intra- versus inter-sexual competition in the dioecious grass, Distichlis spicata.  Oecologia 164: 657-664 

Lee, L., Rosenstiel, T. N, and Eppley, S. M. 2010. Variation of photoperiod response in moss gametangia formation. Bryologist 113: 673-678

Eppley, S. M, Mercer, C. A., Haaning, C., Graves, C. B. 2009. A sex-specific mutualistic interaction in a dioecious grass. American Journal of Botany 96: 1967-1973

 Rosenstiel, T. N. and S. M Eppley. 2009. Long-lived sperm in the geothermal bryophyte Pohlia nutans. Biology Letters 5: 856-860.

Eppley, S. M. and J. R. Pannell. 2009 Inbreeding depression in dioecious populations of the plant Mercurialis annua: comparisions between outcrossed progeny and the progeny of self-fertilized feminized males. Heredity 102: 600-608.

Eppley, S. M., O'Quinn, R., A. L. Brown. 2009. New sequence-tagged site molecular markers for indentification of sex in Distichlis spicata. Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 1373-137.

Eppley, S. M. and L. K. Jesson. 2008. Moving to mate: the evolution of separate and combined sexes in multicellular organisms. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21: 727-736.

Eppley, S. M. and Pannell, J. R. 2007. Density-dependent self-fertilization and male versus hermaphrodite siring success in an androdioecious plant. Evolution 61: 2349-2359.

Taylor, P. J., Eppley, S. M., and Jesson, L. K. 2007. Sporophytic inbreeding depression in mosses occurs in a species with separate sexes but not in a species with combined sexes. American Journal of Botany 94: 1853-1859.

Tsyusko, O. V. Peters, M. B., Tuberville, T. D., Hagen, C., Eppley, S. M., and T. C. Glenn. 2007. Microsatellite markers isolated from saltgrass Distichlis spicata. Molecular Ecology Notes 7: 883-885.

Eppley, S. M. and J. R. Pannell. 2007. Patterns of occupancy and abundance in an annual plant: testing a metapopulation model for the distributuion of sexual systems. American Naturalist 169: 20-28.

Eppley, S. M., Taylor, P. J., and L. K. Jesson. 2007. Self-fertilization in mosses: a comparision of heterozygote deficiency between species with combined versus separate sexes. Heredity 98: 38-44.

Eppley, S. M. 2006. Females make tough neighbors: sex-specific compettive effects in seedlings of dioecious grass. Oecologia 146: 549-554.

Eppley, S. M. 2005. Spatial segregation of the sexes and nutrients affect reproductive success in a dioecious, wind-pollinated grass. Plant Ecology 181: 179-190.

Pannell, J. R. Dorken, M. E., and Eppley, S. M. 2005. Haldane's Seive in a metapopulation: sifting through plant sexual polymorphisms. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20: 374-379.

Pannell, J. R., and Eppley, S. M. 2004. Intraorganismal genetic diversity: Is it a usefual concept? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 1180-1181.

Eppley S. M. 2001. Gender-specific selection during early life-history stages in the dioecious grass Distichlis spicata. Ecology 82: 2022-2031.

Eppley, S. M. and E. H. Wenk. 2001. Reproductive biomass allocation in the dioecious perennial Acanthosicyos horrida. South African Journal of Botany 67: 10-14.

Roy, B. A., Stanton, M. L., and S. M. Eppley. 1999. Effects of environmental stress on leaf hair density and consequences for selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12: 1089-1103.

Eppley, S. M., Stanton, M. L, and R. K. Grosbeg. 1998. Intrapopulation sex ratio variation in the salt grass Distichlis spicata. American Naturalist 152: 659-670.

Other

Mangel, M. Switzer, P. and S. Eppley. 1996. An Ecological Field Project Book. First Edition.

Mangel, M., Switzer, P. and S. Eppley. 1996. An Ecological Problem Book. Fifth Edition. http://people.ucsc.edu/~msmangel/pr