Postal addressDepartment of Natural History Norwegian University of Science and Technology 7491 Trondheim Norway
Hans K. Stenøien
Background and activities
I am mainly working within the fields of evolutionary biology and systematics, including molecular evolution of early land plants, phylogeography of mosses and molecular ecology in Sphagnum and Arabidopsis.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2013) Development of microsatellite markers for the neotropical vine Dalechampia scandens (Euphorbiaceae). American Journal of Botany. volum 1 (6).
- (2013) Shedding new light on the diet of Norwegian lemmings: DNA metabarcoding of stomach content. Polar Biology. volum 36 (7).
- (2012) Circumarctic dispersal and long-distance colonization of South America: the moss genus Cinclidium. Journal of Biogeography. volum 39 (11).
- (2012) New environmental metabarcodes for analysing soil DNA: potential for studying past and present ecosystems. Molecular Ecology. volum 21 (8).
- (2012) Genetic structure in a fragmented Northern Hemisphere rainforest: large effective sizes and high connectivity among populations of the epiphytic lichen Lobaria pulmonaria. Molecular Ecology. volum 21 (13).
- (2012) High genetic diversity in a remote island population system: sans sex. New Phytologist. volum 193 (4).
- (2012) The rare peat moss Sphagnum wulfianum (Sphagnaceae) did not survive the last glacial period in northern European refugia. American Journal of Botany. volum 99 (4).
- (2012) Reconstructing the history of a fragmented and heavily exploited red deer population using ancient and contemporary DNA. BMC Evolutionary Biology. volum 12 (191).
- (2012) Systematics of the Sphagnum fimbriatum Complex: Phylogenetic Relationships, Morphological Variation, and Allopolyploidy. Systematic Botany. volum 37 (1).
- (2011) The importance of Anatolian mountains as the cradle of global diversity in Arabis alpina, a key arctic-alpine species. Annals of Botany. volum 108 (2).
- (2011) GENETIC CONSEQUENCES OF SEED BANKS IN THE PERENNIAL HERB ARABIDOPSIS LYRATA SUBSP PETRAEA (BRASSICACEAE). American Journal of Botany. volum 98 (9).
- (2011) North American origin and recent European establishments of the amphi-Atlantic peat moss Sphagnum angermanicum. Evolution. volum 65 (4).
- (2011) The narrow endemic Norwegian peat moss Sphagnum troendelagicum originated before the last glacial maximum. Heredity. volum 106 (2).
- (2010) Population structure and historical biogeography of European Arabidopsis lyrata. Heredity. volum 105 (6).
- (2010) Investigating the effects of topography and clonality on genetic structuring within a large Norwegian population of Arabidopsis lyrata. Annals of Botany. volum 106 (2).
- (2010) Desiccation tolerance and natural cold acclimation allow cryopreservation of bryophytes without pretreatment or use of cryoprotectants. The Bryologist. volum 113 (4).
- (2009) Seed banks cause elevated generation times and effective population sizes of Arabidopsis thaliana in northern Europe. Molecular Ecology. volum 18 (13).