Michael C. Grant
Professor & Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education

Ph.D., Duke University, 1974

Regent 203 (office)
303-492-5538
michael.grant@colorado.edu

Lab website

 Michael C.  Grant
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Research Interests Evolutionary genetics and ecology of plants. Theoretical evolutionary biology, Experimental evolution. Taxa of special interest include forest trees and charophytes (green algae).
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Selected Publications

Oline, D. and M. Grant . 2002. Scaling patterns of biomass and soil properties: An empirical analysis. Landscape Ecology 17:13-26.

Oline, D., J. Mitton and M. Grant . 2001. Population and subspecific genetic differentiation in the foxtail pine (Pinus balfourniana). Evolution 54:1813-1819.

Robertson, D. and M. C. Grant . 1996. Feedback and chaos in Darwinian evolution, Part I: Theoretical considerations. Complexity 2:10-14.

Robertson, D. and M. C. Grant . 1996. Feedback and chaos in Darwinian evolution, Part II: Numerical modeling. Complexity 2: 18-30.

Mitton, J.B. and M.C. Grant 1996. Genetic variation and the natural history of Quaking Aspen. Bioscience 25-31.

Linhart, Y.B. and M.C. Grant 1996. Evolutionary significance of local genetic differentiation in plants. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 27: 237-277.