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Steve Furches

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • Lincoln Memorial University
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Research interests

My research interests involve use of molecular techniques to understand the population dynamics associated with and evolutionary consequences of hybridization.

About

I am an Assistant Professor in the Biology Department at Lincoln Memorial University. My research interests involve use of molecular techniques to understand the population dynamics associated with and evolutionary consequences of hybridization.

Co-authors (2)

  • John Copeland
  • Jordan Clark
  • Adam Rollins
  • Nicholas Buckley
  • Anna Furches
  • Loren Sackett

Publications (4)

  • Genetic diversity in three endangered pitcher plant species (Sarracenia; Sarraceniaceae) is lower than widespread congeners.

    • Furches M
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    • Furches A
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  • Hybridization leads to interspecific gene flow in Sarracenia (Sarraceniaceae).

    • Furches M
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    • Furches A
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  • High genetic divergence characterizes populations of the endemic plant Lithophragma maximum (Saxifragaceae) on San Clemente Island

    • Furches M
    • Wallace L
    • Helenurm K
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  • Polymorphic microsatellite loci in Lithophragma maximum (Saxifragaceae), an endemic plant of San Clemente Island

    • Wallace L
    • Furches M
    • Helenurm K
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Lincoln Memorial University

August 2012 - Present

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at University of Tennessee

August 2006 - August 2012(6 years)

Commissioned Officer - Environmental Health

United States Public Health Service

June 2000 - August 2006(6 years)

Education history

PhD

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at University of Tennessee

August 2006 - August 2012(6 years)

M.S. in Biology

University of South Dakota

January 2001 - August 2006(6 years)

B.S. in Environmental Health

East Tennessee State University

August 1995 - May 1999(4 years)