James Buckley
James Buckley
University of Plymouth. U.K.
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Evidence for evolutionary change associated with the recent range expansion of the British butterfly, Aricia agestis, in response to climate change
J Buckley, RK Butlin, JR Bridle
Molecular Ecology 21 (2), 267-280, 2012
602012
Evolution on the move: specialization on widespread resources associated with rapid range expansion in response to climate change
JR Bridle, J Buckley, EJ Bodsworth, CD Thomas
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1776), 20131800, 2014
372014
Loss of adaptive variation during evolutionary responses to climate change
J Buckley, JR Bridle
Ecology letters 17 (10), 1316-1325, 2014
362014
Novel variation associated with species range expansion
J Buckley, JR Bridle, A Pomiankowski
BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (1), 1-3, 2010
312010
Variation in growth and defence traits among plant populations at different elevations: Implications for adaptation to climate change
J Buckley, A Widmer, MC Mescher, CM De Moraes
Journal of Ecology, 2019
172019
The genomic basis of eco‐evolutionary dynamics
A Rodríguez‐Verdugo, J Buckley, J Stapley
Molecular ecology 26 (6), 1456-1464, 2017
132017
Divergence in glucosinolate profiles between high-and low-elevation populations of Arabidopsis halleri correspond to variation in field herbivory and herbivore behavioral …
J Buckley, FG Pashalidou, MC Fischer, A Widmer, MC Mescher, ...
International journal of molecular sciences 20 (1), 174, 2019
112019
Restriction associated DNA-genotyping at multiple spatial scales in Arabidopsis lyrata reveals signatures of pathogen-mediated selection
J Buckley, EB Holub, MA Koch, P Vergeer, BK Mable
BMC Genomics 19, 496, 2018
92018
R-gene variation across Arabidopsis lyrata subspecies: effects of population structure, selection and mating system
J Buckley, E Kilbride, V Cevik, JG Vicente, EB Holub, BK Mable
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16, 93, 2016
92016
Plant volatiles induced by herbivore eggs prime defences and mediate shifts in the reproductive strategy of receiving plants
FG Pashalidou, L Eyman, J Sims, J Buckley, NE Fatouros, CM De Moraes, ...
Ecology letters 23 (7), 1097-1106, 2020
52020
Changing environments and genetic variation: natural variation in inbreeding does not compromise short-term physiological responses
J Buckley, R Daly, CA Cobbold, K Burgess, BK Mable
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1915), 20192109, 2019
3*2019
Evolutionary responses to recent climate change during the recent range expanion of the butterfly, arica agestis
JR Buckley
University of Bristol, 2011
2011
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