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Carol J. Baskauf

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Sundquist Science Complex, Room B213
P.O. Box 4718
Clarksville, TN 37044
(931) 221-6334
email: baskaufc@apsu.edu


Ph.D. Vanderbilt University (Biology), 1993
B.A. Bluffton College (Biology), 1982


Plant Ecology, Plant Physiology, Biostatistics

Research Interests

Plant Ecology and Population Genetics

Selected Publications

Downey, Kala M. and Carol J. Baskauf. 2020.  Population genetics of a rare wetland species, the Tennessee yellow-eyed grass (Xyris tennesseensis, Xyridaceae).  Conservation Genetics 21(4):735-746. doi 10.1007/s10592-020-01285-3, Online access at 'Online First': http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10592-020-01285-3

Baskauf, C. J., N.C. Jinks, J.R. Mandel, and D.E. McCauley. 2014. Population genetics of Brauns Rockcress (Boechera perstellata, Brassicaceae), an endangered plant with a disjunct distribution. Journal of Heredity 105:265-275.

Baskauf, C. J. and J. M. Burke. 2009. Population genetics of Astragalus bibullatus (Fabaceae) using AFLPs. Journal of Heredity 100:424-431.

Baskauf, C. J. 2001. Examining rarity through comparisons with widespread congeners: a genetic and ecophysiological example from limestone glade endemics. Castanea 66:126-133.

Baskauf, C. J. and S. Snapp. 1998. Population genetics of the cedar glade endemic Astragalus bibullatus (Fabaceae) using isozymes. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 85: 90-96.

Baskauf, C. J., D. E. McCauley, and W. G. Eickmeier. 1994. Genetic analysis of a rare and a widespread species of Echinacea (Asteraceae). Evolution 48: 180-188.

Baskauf, C. J. and W. G. Eickmeier. 1994. Comparative ecophysiology of a rare and a widespread species of Echinacea (Asteraceae). American Journal of Botany 81: 958-964.