University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

2023 Faidiga A**, Oliver MG, Budke JM, Kalisz S. Shifts in flowering phenology in response to spring temperatures in eastern Tennessee. American Journal of Botany 0: 000-000. (**graduate student collaborator) - PDF
2022 Budke JM1, Patel NR1, GoFlag Consortium, Wienhold MD, Bruggeman-Nannenga MA. Exploring systematic relationships and morphological evolution in the moss genus Fissidens using molecular data generated from herbarium specimens. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 0: 000-000. (1co-first authors) - PDF - Supplemental Info
2022 Lewis RA, Budke JM. Bryophyte specimen organization and storage systems: A comparative assessment of staff practices and user preferences. The Bryologist 125: 222-247. - PDF
2022 Harrison GR**, Boggess LM, Budke JM, Madritch MD. Rock-climbing shifts cliff-face vegetation community composition based on site characteristics. Applied Vegetation Science 25(2): e12667. (**graduate student collaborator) - PDF
2022 Oliver MG, Crabtree T, McFarland KD, Budke JM. Noteworthy Collections: First documented antheridia on Palamocladium leskeoides (Brachytheciaceae) in North America. Castanea 87: 75-80. - PDF
2021 Whitaker KR*, Budke JM. Moss sporophyte transpiration rates are higher when calyptrae are removed. Evansia 38: 100-108. (*undergraduate student collaborator) - PDF
2020 Benoit AD**, Oliver MG, Vichich RJ*, Budke JM. Noteworthy Collections: First record of the non-native plant Portulaca amilis (Portulacaceae) in Tennessee. Castanea 85: 343-347. (**graduate student collaborator, *undergraduate student collaborator) - PDF
2020 Bainard JD, Newmaster SG, Budke JM. Genome size and endopolyploidy evolution across the moss phylogeny. Annals of Botany 125: 543-555. (Editor’s Choice – Bryophyte Highlight) - PDF
2020 Oliver MG, Budke JM. Featured Herbarium: University of Tennessee, Knoxville Herbarium – TENN (U.S.A.). The Vasculum 15(2):20-27. Online - PDF
2019 Patel N, Fawcett S, Sundue M, Budke JM. Evolution of perine morphology in the Thelypteridaceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences 180: 1016-1035. - PDF
2019 Budke JM. The moss calyptra: A maternal structure influencing offspring development. The Bryologist 122: 471-491. (Featured on the cover: Volume 122, Issue 3) - PDF
2018 Miller CN**, Brabazon H, Ware IM**, Kingsley NH*, Budke JM. Bringing a historic collection into the modern era: curating the J.K. Underwood seed collection at the University of Tennessee Herbarium (TENN). Collection Forum 32: 14-30. (**graduate student collaborator, *undergraduate student collaborator) - PDF
2018 Korotkin HB, Swenie RA, Miettinen O, Budke JM, Chen K, Lutzoni F, Smith ME, Matheny PB. Stable isotope analyses reveal previously unknown trophic mode diversity in the Hymenochaetales. American Journal of Botany 105: 1869-1887. - PDF
2018 Budke JM, Bernard EC, Gray DJ, Huttunen S, Piechulla B, Trigiano RN. Introduction to the Special Issue on Bryophytes. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 37(2-3): 102-112. - PDF
2016 Ranjan A1, Budke JM1, Rowland SD1, Chitwood DH, Kumar R, Ichihashi Y, Zumstein K, Maloof JN, Sinha NR. eQTL in a precisely defined tomato introgression population reveal genetic regulation of gene expression patterns related to physiological and developmental pathways. Plant Physiology 172: 328-340. (1co-first authors) - PDF
2016 Budke JM, Goffinet B. Comparative cuticle development reveals taller sporophytes are covered by thicker calyptra cuticles in mosses. Frontiers in Plant Science 7: 832. - PDF
2016 Busta L, Budke JM, Jetter R. Cuticular waxes from the gametophyte, sporophyte, and calyptra of the moss Funaria hygrometrica. Annals of Botany 118: 511-522. - PDF - Supplemental Data
2016 Busta L, Budke JM, Jetter R. Identification of β-hydroxy fatty acid esters and primary, secondary-alkanediol esters in cuticular waxes of the moss Funaria hygrometrica. Phytochemistry 121:38-49. - PDF
2015 Budke JM. Postdocs: Improving our Visibility in the Research Workforce. Plant Science Bulletin 61(2): 40-44. Online - PDF
2014 Cain B1, Budke JM1, Wood KJ, Sweeney NT, Schwessinger B. How postdocs benefit from building a union. eLife 3: e05614. (1co-first authors) - PDF
2013 Budke JM, Goffinet B, Jones CS. Dehydration protection provided by a maternal cuticle improves offspring fitness in the moss Funaria hygrometrica. Annals of Botany 111: 781-789. - PDF
2013 Liu Y, Forrest LL, Bainard JD, Budke JM, Goffinet B. Organellar genome, nuclear ribosomal DNA repeat unit, and microsatellites isolated from a small-scale of 454 GS FLX sequencing on two mosses. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 66: 1089-1094. - PDF
2013 Budke JM. Common Mosses of the Northeast and Appalachians. Plant Science Bulletin 59(3): 131-132. Online - PDF
2012 Budke JM, Goffinet B, Jones CS. The cuticle on the gametophyte calyptra matures before the sporophyte cuticle in the moss Funaria hygrometrica (Funariaceae). American Journal of Botany 99: 14-22. - Winner of the Grady Webster Publication Award - - PDF
2012 Wynne MA*, Budke JM. Examining the ability of calyptrae to produce protonema in Funaria hygrometrica. Evansia 29: 61-64. (*undergraduate student collaborator) - PDF
2012 Liu Y, Budke JM, Goffinet B. Phylogenetic inference rejects sporophyte based classification of the Funariaceae (Bryophyta): rapid radiation suggests rampant homoplasy in sporophyte evolution. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 62: 130-145. - PDF
2011 Budke JM, Goffinet B, Jones CS. A hundred-year-old question: is the moss calyptra covered by a cuticle? A case study of Funaria hygrometrica. Annals of Botany 107: 1259-1277. - PDF
2011 Goffinet B, Budke JM, Newman LC*. Micromitriaceae: A new family of highly reduced mosses. Taxon 60: 1245-1254. (*undergraduate student collaborator) - PDF
2011 Wickett NJ, Forrest LL, Budke JM, Shaw B, Goffinet B. Frequent pseudogenization and loss of the plastid-encoded, sulfate transport gene cysA throughout the evolution of liverworts. American Journal of Botany 98: 1263-1275. - PDF
2009 Larraín J, Herrera F, Budke JM, Goffinet B. Phylogenetic affinities and conservation status of the Chilean endemic Costesia spongiosa (Bryophyta: Gigaspermaceae). The Bryologist 112: 279-286. doi/abs/10.1639/0007-2745-112.2.278 - PDF
2007 Budke JM, Jones CS, Goffinet B. Development of the enigmatic peristome of Timmia megapolitana. American Journal of Botany 94: 460-467. - PDF - Supplemental Data
2006 Budke JM, Goffinet B. Phylogenetic analysis of Timmiaceae based on nuclear and chloroplast sequence data. Systematic Botany 31: 633-641. - PDF
2005 Budke JM, Hickey RJ, Heafner KD. Analysis of morphological and anatomical characteristics of Isoetes using Isoetes tennesseensis. Brittonia 57: 167-182.[0167:AOMAAC]2.0.CO;2 - PDF
2003 Luebke NT, Budke JM. Isoëtes tennesseensis (Isoëtaceae), an Octoploid Quillwort from Tennessee. American Fern Journal 93: 184-190.[0184:ITIAOQ]2.0.CO;2 - PDF