Kari A. Segraves
Associate Professor, Biology
Research InterestsCoevolution, mutualism, evolution of plant-insect interactions.
- NSF Postdoctoral fellow, University of Idaho (2003-2005)
- Ph.D., Vanderbilt University (2003)
- M.S., Washington State University (1998)
- Bio 405: Introduction to Field Biology Lab
- Bio 448: Evolutionary Medicine
- Glennon KL, Ritchie ME, Segraves KA (2014) Diploid and polyploid plants often share climatic conditions. Ecology Letters 17:574-582.
- Althoff DM, Segraves KA, Johnson MT (2014) Testing for coevolutionary diversification: linking pattern with process. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29:82-89.
- Althoff DM, Xiao W, Sumoski S, Segraves KA (2013) Florivore impacts on plant reproductive success and pollinator mortality in an obligate pollination mutualism. Oecologia 173:1345-1354.
- Godsoe W, Larson MA, Glennon KL, Segraves KA (2013) Polyploidization in Heuchera cylindrica (Saxifragaceae) did not result in a shift in climatic requirements. American Journal of Botany 100:496-508.
- Conrad AO, Segraves KA (2013) Mycorrhizal colonization of Palafoxia feayi (Asteraceae) in a pyrogenic ecosystem. Mycorrhiza 23:243-249.