Diane R. Campbell

Title(s)Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
SchoolSchool of Biological Sciences
Address459 Steinhaus Hall
Zot 2525
Irvine CA 92697
Phone(949) 824-2242
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    1. Pollinator and habitat-mediated selection as potential contributors to ecological speciation in two closely related species. Evol Lett. 2024 Apr; 8(2):311-321. Campbell DR, Powers JM, Crowell M. PMID: 38525033; PMCID: PMC10959478.
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    2. Genetic potential for changes in breeding systems: Predicted and observed trait changes during artificial selection for male and female allocation in a gynodioecious species. Am J Bot. 2022 Nov; 109(11):1918-1938. Campbell DR, Sakai AK, Weller SG, Culley TM, Dunbar-Wallis AK, Andres AM, Wong TG, Dang T, Au B, Ku M, Marcantonio AR, Ngo PJ, Nguyen AA, Tran MH, Tran QP. PMID: 36380502.
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    3. Genetic and spatial variation in vegetative and floral traits across a hybrid zone. Am J Bot. 2022 Nov; 109(11):1780-1793. Campbell DR, Raguso RA, Midzik M, Bischoff M, Broadhead GT. PMID: 36193908.
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    4. Variation in floral volatiles across time, sexes, and populations of wind-pollinated Schiedea globosa. Am J Bot. 2022 Feb; 109(2):345-360. Powers JM, Sakai AK, Weller SG, Campbell DR. PMID: 35192727.
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    5. Earlier snow melt and reduced summer precipitation alter floral traits important to pollination. Glob Chang Biol. 2022 01; 28(1):323-339. Powers JM, Briggs HM, Dickson RG, Li X, Campbell DR. PMID: 34582609.
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    6. Floral Scent Composition and Fine-Scale Timing in Two Moth-Pollinated Hawaiian Schiedea (Caryophyllaceae). Front Plant Sci. 2020; 11:1116. Powers JM, Seco R, Faiola CL, Sakai AK, Weller SG, Campbell DR, Guenther A. PMID: 32793267; PMCID: PMC7385411.
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    7. Pollinator visitation rate and effectiveness vary with flowering phenology. Am J Bot. 2020 03; 107(3):445-455. Gallagher MK, Campbell DR. PMID: 32086803.
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    8. Early snowmelt projected to cause population decline in a subalpine plant. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2019 06 25; 116(26):12901-12906. Campbell DR. PMID: 31182600; PMCID: PMC6600911.
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    9. Water influences how seed production responds to conspecific and heterospecific pollen. Am J Bot. 2019 05; 106(5):713-721. Recart W, Ottoson B, Campbell DR. PMID: 31002744.
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    10. Phenotypic plasticity of floral volatiles in response to increasing drought stress. Ann Bot. 2019 03 14; 123(4):601-610. Campbell DR, Sosenski P, Raguso RA. PMID: 30364929; PMCID: PMC6417471.
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    11. Clines in traits compared over two decades in a plant hybrid zone. Ann Bot. 2018 08 01; 122(2):315-324. Campbell DR, Faidiga A, Trujillo G. PMID: 29800076; PMCID: PMC6070099.
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    12. Shifts in water availability mediate plant-pollinator interactions. New Phytol. 2017 Jul; 215(2):792-802. Gallagher MK, Campbell DR. PMID: 28517023.
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    13. An enigmatic Hawaiian moth is a missing link in the adaptive radiation of Schiedea. New Phytol. 2017 Feb; 213(3):1533-1542. Weller SG, Sakai AK, Campbell DR, Powers JM, Peña SR, Keir MJ, Loomis AK, Heintzman SM, Weisenberger L. PMID: 28079938.
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    14. Pollination of a native plant changes with distance and density of invasive plants in a simulated biological invasion. Am J Bot. 2016 08; 103(8):1458-65. Bruckman D, Campbell DR. PMID: 27539258.
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    15. Reproductive isolation between Zaluzianskya species: the influence of volatiles and flower orientation on hawkmoth foraging choices. New Phytol. 2016 Apr; 210(1):333-42. Campbell DR, Jürgens A, Johnson SD. PMID: 26536281.
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    16. Natural selection on floral morphology can be influenced by climate. Proc Biol Sci. 2015 Jun 07; 282(1808):20150178. Campbell DR, Powers JM. PMID: 25972465; PMCID: PMC4455799.
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    17. Context-dependent reproductive isolation mediated by floral scent and color. Evolution. 2015 Jan; 69(1):1-13. Bischoff M, Raguso RA, Jürgens A, Campbell DR. PMID: 25354994.
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    18. Floral neighborhood influences pollinator assemblages and effective pollination in a native plant. Oecologia. 2014 Oct; 176(2):465-76. Bruckman D, Campbell DR. PMID: 25047026.
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    19. Altered precipitation affects plant hybrids differently than their parental species. Am J Bot. 2013 Jul; 100(7):1322-31. Campbell DR, Wendlandt C. PMID: 23748678.
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    20. Measure for measure: comparing morphological and biomass traits for sex allocation in two gynodioecious species. Am J Bot. 2013 Jun; 100(6):1071-82. Sakai AK, Weller SG, Campbell DR, Culley TM, Dunbar-Wallis AK, Andres AM. PMID: 23703857.
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    21. Where have all the blue flowers gone: pollinator responses and selection on flower colour in New Zealand Wahlenbergia albomarginata. J Evol Biol. 2012 Feb; 25(2):352-64. Campbell DR, Bischoff M, Lord JM, Robertson AW. PMID: 22151952.
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    22. Genetic variation and covariation in floral allocation of two species of Schiedea with contrasting levels of sexual dimorphism. Evolution. 2011 Mar; 65(3):757-70. Campbell DR, Weller SG, Sakai AK, Culley TM, Dang PN, Dunbar-Wallis AK. PMID: 21091465.
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    23. Flower color influences insect visitation in alpine New Zealand. Ecology. 2010 Sep; 91(9):2638-49. Campbell DR, Bischoff M, Lord JM, Robertson AW. PMID: 20957958.
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    24. Photosynthetic and growth responses of reciprocal hybrids to variation in water and nitrogen availability. Am J Bot. 2010 Jun; 97(6):925-33. Campbell DR, Wu CA, Travers SE. PMID: 21622463.
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    25. Using phenotypic manipulations to study multivariate selection of floral trait associations. Ann Bot. 2009 Jun; 103(9):1557-66. Campbell DR. PMID: 19218579; PMCID: PMC2701750.
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    26. Physiological differences among two Penstemon species and their hybrids in field and common garden environments. New Phytol. 2009 Jan; 181(2):478-488. Kimball S, Campbell D. PMID: 19121042.
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    27. Lifetime fitness in two generations of Ipomopsis hybrids. Evolution. 2008 Oct; 62(10):2616-27. Campbell DR, Waser NM, Aldridge G, Wu CA. PMID: 18637834.
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    28. Leaf physiology reflects environmental differences and cytoplasmic background in Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae) hybrids. Am J Bot. 2007 Nov; 94(11):1804-12. Wu CA, Campbell DR. PMID: 21636375.
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    29. Sexually dimorphic inflorescence traits in a wind-pollinated species: heritabilities and genetic correlations in Schiedea adamantis (Caryophyllaceae). Am J Bot. 2007 Oct; 94(10):1716-25. Weller SG, Sakai AK, Culley TM, Campbell DR, Ngo P, Dunbar-Wallis AK. PMID: 21636368.
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    30. Evolutionary dynamics of an Ipomopsis hybrid zone: confronting models with lifetime fitness data. Am Nat. 2007 Mar; 169(3):298-310. Campbell DR, Waser NM. PMID: 17252512.
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    31. Asymmetrical pollen success in Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae) contact sites. Am J Bot. 2006 Jun; 93(6):903-9. Aldridge G, Campbell DR. PMID: 21642153.
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    32. Environmental stressors differentially affect leaf ecophysiological responses in two Ipomopsis species and their hybrids. Oecologia. 2006 Jun; 148(2):202-12. Wu CA, Campbell DR. PMID: 16496183.
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    33. Genetic variation of ecophysiological traits in two gynodioecious species of Schiedea (Caryophyllaceae). New Phytol. 2006; 169(3):589-601. Culley TM, Dunbar-Wallis AK, Sakai AK, Weller SG, Mishio M, Campbell DR, Herzenach M. PMID: 16411961.
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    34. Ecophysiology of first and second generation hybrids in a natural plant hybrid zone. Oecologia. 2005 Jun; 144(2):214-25. Campbell DR, Galen C, Wu CA. PMID: 15891841.
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    35. Cytoplasmic and nuclear markers reveal contrasting patterns of spatial genetic structure in a natural Ipomopsis hybrid zone. Mol Ecol. 2005 Mar; 14(3):781-92. Wu CA, Campbell DR. PMID: 15723669.
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    36. Reproductive isolation and hybrid pollen disadvantage in Ipomopsis. J Evol Biol. 2003 May; 16(3):536-40. Campbell DR, Alarcón R, Wu CA. PMID: 14635855.
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    37. Predicting patterns of mating and potential hybridization from pollinator behavior. Am Nat. 2002 May; 159(5):438-50. Campbell DR, Waser NM, Pederson GT. PMID: 18707428.
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    38. Resistance to pre-dispersal seed predators in a natural hybrid zone. Oecologia. 2002 May; 131(3):436-443. Campbell DR, Crawford M, Brody AK, Forbis TA. PMID: 28547716.
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    39. POLLEN TRANSFER BY NATURAL HYBRIDS AND PARENTAL SPECIES IN AN IPOMOPSIS HYBRID ZONE. Evolution. 1998 Dec; 52(6):1602-1611. Campbell DR, Waser NM, Wolf PG. PMID: 28565336.
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    40. ADAPTIVE SIGNIFICANCE OF FLOWER COLOR AND INTER-TRAIT CORRELATIONS IN AN IPOMOPSIS HYBRID ZONE. Evolution. 1998 Oct; 52(5):1293-1303. Meléndez-Ackerman E, Campbell DR. PMID: 28565388.
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    44. COMPARING POLLEN DISPERSAL AND GENE FLOW IN A NATURAL POPULATION. Evolution. 1991 Dec; 45(8):1965-1968. Campbell DR. PMID: 28563967.
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    45. COMPONENTS OF PHENOTYPIC SELECTION: POLLEN EXPORT AND FLOWER COROLLA WIDTH IN IPOMOPSIS AGGREGATA. Evolution. 1991 Sep; 45(6):1458-1467. Campbell DR, Waser NM, Price MV, Lynch EA, Mitchell RJ. PMID: 28563828.
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