Daniel N Anstett
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Integrating landscape genomics and spatially explicit approaches to detect loci under selection in clinal populations
MR Jones, BR Forester, AI Teufel, RV Adams, DN Anstett, BA Goodrich, ...
Evolution 67 (12), 3455-3468, 2013
612013
Sources of controversy surrounding latitudinal patterns in herbivory and defense
DN Anstett, KA Nunes, C Baskett, PM Kotanen
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (10), 789-802, 2016
602016
Latitudinal gradients in herbivory on Oenothera biennis vary according to herbivore guild and specialization
DN Anstett, I Naujokaitis-Lewis, MTJ Johnson
Ecology 95 (10), 2915-2923, 2014
412014
Can genetically based clines in plant defence explain greater herbivory at higher latitudes?
DN Anstett, JR Ahern, J Glinos, N Nawar, JP Salminen, MTJ Johnson
Ecology letters 18 (12), 1376-1386, 2015
352015
Latitudinal gradients in induced and constitutive resistance against herbivores
DN Anstett, W Chen, MTJ Johnson
Journal of chemical ecology 42 (8), 772-781, 2016
72016
Testing for latitudinal gradients in defense at the macroevolutionary scale
DN Anstett, JR Ahern, MTJ Johnson, JP Salminen
Evolution 72 (10), 2129-2143, 2018
52018
Growing foliose lichens on cover slips: a method for asexual propagation and observing development
DN Anstett, A Salcedo, EW Larsen
The Bryologist 117 (2), 179-187, 2014
52014
Dispersal analysis of three Peltigera species based on landscape genetics data
DN Anstett, H O’Brien, EW Larsen, R Troy McMullin, MJ Fortin
Mycology 4 (4), 187-195, 2013
42013
The influence of wind and light exposure on the extent of lichen coverage in an alpine environment
D Anstett, H Coiner
University of Toronto Journal of Undergraduate Life Sciences 4 (1), 2010
32010
The influence of range‐wide plant genetic variation on soil invertebrate communities
CR Fitzpatrick, AV Mikhailitchenko, DN Anstett, MTJ Johnson
Ecography 41 (7), 1135-1146, 2018
12018
Interactions of coral, algae, fish and abiotic factors on a eutrophic fringing reef in Barbados
D Anstett, M Makhani, Y Liang
University of Toronto Journal of Undergraduate Life Sciences 5 (1), 2011
12011
Ellagitannins from the Onagraceae Decrease the Performance of Generalist and Specialist Herbivores
DN Anstett, I Cheval, C D’Souza, JP Salminen, MTJ Johnson
Journal of chemical ecology 45 (1), 86-94, 2019
2019
Latitudinal Gradients in Herbivory and Plant Defence Acrossthe Onagraceae
D Anstett
University of Toronto (Canada), 2017
2017
Latitudinal Gradients in Herbivory and Plant Defence Across the Onagraceae
D Anstett
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