Dr.Sergei Volis:  Publications 

  1. Safriel, U., S. Volis and S. Kark. 1994. Core and peripheral populations and global climate change. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 42: 331-345.

  2. Turuspekov, E.K., S.I. Abugalieva, S. Mendlinger and S. Volis. 1996. Polymorphism in populations of wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum K.) from Turkmenistan. Genetica 32: 767-773 (in Russian).

  3. Volis, S., S. Mendlinger, U.N. Safriel, L. Olsvig-Whittaker and N. Orlovsky. 1998. Phenotypic variation and stress resistance in core and peripheral populations of Hordeum spontaneum. Biodiversity and Conservation 7: 799-813.

  4. Volis S. and U. Shani. 2000. The effect of neighbors on the root system of the desert annual Eremobium aegyptiacum. Folia Geobotanica 35: 161-168.

  5. Volis S., S. Mendlinger, Y. Turuspekov, U. Esnazarov, S. Abugalieva and N. Orlovsky. 2001. Allozyme variation in Turkmenian populations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum Koch. Annals of Botany 87: 435-446.

  6. Volis, S., B. Yakubov, I. Shulgina, D. Ward, V. Zur, S. Mendlinger. 2001. Tests for adaptive RAPD variation in population genetic structure of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum Koch. Biological Journal of Linnean Society 74: 289-303

  7. Volis S., S. Mendlinger, and N. Orlovsky. 2001. Variability in phenotypic traits in core and peripheral populations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum Koch. Hereditas 133: 235-247.

  8. Volis S., S. Mendlinger and D. Ward. 2002. Adaptive traits of wild barley plants of Mediterranean and desert origin. Oecologia 133: 131-138.

  9. Volis S., S. Mendlinger, Y. Turuspekov and U. Esnazarov. 2002. Phenotypic and allozyme variation in Mediterranean and desert populations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum. Evolution 56: 1403-1415.

  10. Volis S., S. Mendlinger and D. Ward. 2002. Differentiation in populations of Hordeum spontaneum Koch along a gradient of environmental productivity and predictability: life history and local adaptation. Biological Journal of Linnean Society 77: 479-490.

  11. Volis S., S. Mendlinger and D. Ward. 2002. Differentiation in populations of Hordeum spontaneum Koch along a gradient of environmental productivity and predictability: plasticity in response to water and nutrient stress. Biological Journal of Linnean Society 75: 301-312.

  12. Volis S., S. Mendlinger and D. Ward. 2002. Differentiation in populations of Hordeum spontaneum Koch along a gradient of environmental productivity and predictability: multilevel selection analysis. Biological Journal of Linnean Society 75: 313-318.

  13. Volis S, I. Shulgina, D. Ward and S. Mendlinger. 2003. Regional allozyme variation in wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum: adaptive or neutral? Journal of Heredity 94: 341-351.

  14. Volis S., S. Mendlinger, D. Ward and K. Verhoeven. 2004. Phenotypic selection and regulation of reproduction in different environments in wild barley. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 1121-1131.

  15. Volis S., L. Olsvig-Whittaker, Y. Anikster and S. Mendlinger. 2004. The influence of space in genetic-environmental relationships when environmental heterogeneity and seed dispersal occurs at similar scale. American Naturalist 163: 312-327.

  16. Volis S., S. Mendlinger and D. Ward. 2004. Demography and role of the seed bank in Mediterranean and desert populations of wild barley, Hordeum spontaneum Koch. Basic and Applied Ecology 5: 53-64.

  17. Volis S., S. Mendlinger and D. Ward. 2004. Differentiation in populations of Hordeum spontaneum Koch along a gradient of environmental productivity and predictability: intra- and interspecific competitive responses. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 52: 223-234.

  18. Volis S., G. Bohrer, G. Oostermeijer and P. van Tienderen. 2005. Regional consequences of local population demography and genetics in relation to habitat management in Gentiana pneumonanthe. Conservation Biology 19: 357-367.

  19. Volis S., B. Yakubov, I. Shulgina, D. Ward, and S. Mendlinger. 2005. Distinguishing adaptive from non-adaptive genetic differentiation: comparison of QST and FST at two spatial scales. Heredity 95: 466-475.

  20. Bohrer G., R. Nathan, and S. Volis. 2005. Effects of long-distance dispersal for metapopulation survival and genetic structure at ecological time and spatial scales. Journal of Ecology 93: 1029-1040.

Last Updated: 26/02/2006