Selected Publications

Lacey, E. P.  1980.  The Influence of Hygroscopic Movement on Seed Dispersal in Daucus carota (Apiaceae). .  Oecologia 47(1): 110-114.

Lacey, E. P. 1982. Timing of Seed Dispersal in Daucus carota. Oikos 39(1):  83-91.pdf

Lacey, E. P. and R. Pace. 1983. Effect of Parental Flowering and Dispersal Times on Offspring Fate in Daucus carota (Apiaceae). Oecologia 60(2): 274-278.

Lacey, E. P., L. Real, J. Antonovics, and D. G. Heckel. 1983. Variance Models in the Study of Life Histories. American Naturalist 122(1):114-131.pdf

Lacey, E. P., P. B. Kaufman, and P. Dayanandan. 1983. The Anatomical Basis for Hygroscopic Movement in Primary Rays of Daucus carota Ssp Carota (Apiaceae). Botanical Gazette 144(3): 371-375.pdf

Lacey, E. P. 1984. Seed Mortality in Daucus carota Populations - Latitudinal Effects. American Journal of Botany 71(9): 1175-1182.pdf

Rathcke, B., and E. P. Lacey. 1985. Phenological Patterns of Terrestrial Plants. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 16: 179-214.pdf

Cavigelli, M., M. Poulos, E. P. Lacey, and G. Mellon. 1986. Sexual Dimorphism in a Temperate Dioecious Tree, Ilex montana (Aquifoliaceae). American Midland Naturalist 115(2): 397-406.pdf

Lacey, E. P. 1986. The Genetic and Environmental-Control of Reproductive Timing in a Short-Lived Monocarpic Species Daucus carota (Umbelliferae). Journal of Ecology 74(1): 73-86.pdf

Lacey, E. P.  1986.  Onset of Reproduction in Plants: Size Versus Age-dependency.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 1(3): 72-75.<pdf

Lacey, E. P. 1988. Latitudinal Variation in Reproductive Timing of a Short-Lived Monocarp, Daucus carota (Apiaceae). Ecology 69(1): 220-232.pdf

Lacey, E. P., and C. Marshall. 1992. Carbon Integration in Two Plantago Species. American Journal of Botany 79(10): 1108-1112.pdf

Horton, M., and E. P. Lacey. 1994. Carbon Integration in Plantago aristata (Plantaginaceae) - the Reproductive Effects of Defoliation. American Journal of Botany 81(3): 278-286.pdf

Case, A. L., E. P. Lacey, and R. G. Hopkins. 1996. Parental effects in Plantago lanceolata L .2. Manipulation of grandparental temperature and parental flowering time. Heredity 76: 287-295.pdf

Lacey, E. P. 1996. Parental effects in Plantago lanceolata. L. I. A growth chamber experiment to examine pre-and post-zygotic temperature effects. Evolution 50: 865-878. pdf

Lacey, E. P., S. Smith, and A. L. Case. 1997. Parental effects on seed mass: seed coat but not embryo/endosperm effects. American Journal of Botany 84: 1617-1620.pdf

Lacey, E.P. 1998. What is an adaptive environmentally induced parental effect? pp.54-66. In: Mousseau, T. A. and C. W. Fox (eds). Maternal Effects as Adaptations. Oxford Univ. Press, New York.

Lacey, E.P. and D. Herr. 2000. Parental effects in Plantago lanceolata. L. III. Measuring parental temperature effects in the field. Evolution 54: 1207-1217.pdf

Lacey, E. P., Royo, A., M. Bates, D. Herr. 2001. The role of population dynamic models in biogeographic studies: illustrations from a study of Lobelia boykinii, a rare species endemic to the Carolina Bays. Castanea 66:115-125.

Lacey, E. P., D. Roach, D. Herr, S. Kincaid, and R. Perrott. 2003. Multigenerational effects of flowering and fruiting phenology in Plantago lanceolata. Ecology 84: 2462-2475.pdf

Lacey, E.P. and D. Herr. 2005. Phenotypic plasticity, parental effects, and parental care in plants?: An examination of spike reflectance in Plantago lanceolata. American Journal of Botany 92:920-930. pdf

Stiles, E.A., N. Cech, S. Dee, and E. P. Lacey. 2007. The relationship between anthocyanins and thermoregulation of reproduction in Plantago lanceolata. Physiologia Plantarum 129:756-765. pdf

Royo, A.A., R. Bates, and E.P. Lacey. 2008. Demographic constraints in three populations of Lobelia boykinii: a rare wetland endemic. Journal of Torrey Botanical Society 135(2):189-199. pdf

Umbach, A.L., E.P. Lacey, and S.J. Richter. 2009. Temperature-sensitive alternative oxidase protein content and its relationship to floral reflectance in natural Plantago lanceolata populations. New Phytologist 181:662-671. pdf

Moore, J.E. and E. P. Lacey. 2009. A comparison of germination and early growth of four early successional tree species of the southeastern United States in different soil and water regimes. American Midland Naturalist 16:2: 388-394. pdf

Lacey, E.P., M.B. Lovin, S.J. Richter, and D.A. Herington 2010. Floral reflectance, color, and thermoregulation: What really explains geographic variation in thermal acclimation ability of ectotherms? American Naturalist 175: 335-349. pdf

Lacey, E.P., M.E. Lovin, S.J. Richter. 2012. Fitness Effects of Floral Plasticity and Thermoregulation in a Thermally Changing Environment. American Naturalist 180(3): 342-353. pdf

Anderson, E.R., Lovin, M.B., Richter, S.J. and Lacey, E.P. 2013. Multiple Plantago Species (Plantaginaceae) Modify Floral Reflectance and Color in Response to Thermal Change. Americal Journal of Botany 100(12): 1-9. pdf

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