Matthew Schrader
Matthew Schrader
Department of Biology, University of the South
Verified email at sewanee.edu
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Speciation in killifish and the role of salt tolerance
RC Fuller, KE McGhee, M Schrader
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (5), 1962-1975, 2007
632007
Seasonal Prevalence of a Haematozoan Parasite of Red-Bellied Woodpeckers (Melanerpes Carolinus) and its Association With Host Condition and Overwinter …
MS Schrader, EL Walters, FC James, EC Greiner
The Auk 120 (1), 130-137, 2003
552003
Do embryos influence maternal investment? Evaluating maternal‐fetal coadaptation and the potential for parent‐offspring conflict in a placental fish
M Schrader, J Travis
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (11), 2805-2815, 2009
432009
Testing the viviparity-driven-conflict hypothesis: parent-offspring conflict and the evolution of reproductive isolation in a poeciliid fish
M Schrader, J Travis
The American Naturalist 172 (6), 806-817, 2008
432008
A gene associated with social immunity in the burying beetle Nicrophorus vespilloides
WJ Palmer, A Duarte, M Schrader, JP Day, R Kilner, FM Jiggins
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1823), 20152733, 2016
402016
Parental care masks a density‐dependent shift from cooperation to competition among burying beetle larvae
M Schrader, BJM Jarrett, RM Kilner
Evolution 69 (4), 1077-1084, 2015
342015
Population differences in pre-and post-fertilization offspring provisioning in the Least Killifish, Heterandria formosa
M Schrader, J Travis
Copeia 2005 (3), 649-656, 2005
302005
Cooperative interactions within the family enhance the capacity for evolutionary change in body size
BJM Jarrett, M Schrader, D Rebar, TM Houslay, RM Kilner
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (7), 0178, 2017
232017
Large-Scale Natural Disturbance Alters Genetic Population Structure of the Sailfin Molly, Poecilia latipinna
JJ Apodaca, JC Trexler, NK Jue, M Schrader, J Travis
The American Naturalist 181 (2), 254-263, 2013
232013
Using experimental evolution to study adaptations for life within the family
M Schrader, BJM Jarrett, RM Kilner
The American Naturalist 185 (5), 610-619, 2015
222015
Seasonal body weight variation in five species of woodpeckers
WD Koenig, EL Walters, JR Walters, JS Kellam, KG Michalek, ...
The Condor 107 (4), 810-822, 2005
202005
Assessing the roles of population density and predation risk in the evolution of offspring size in populations of a placental fish
M Schrader, J Travis
Ecology and Evolution 2 (7), 1480-1490, 2012
192012
Variation in offspring size with birth order in placental fish: a role for asymmetric sibling competition?
M Schrader, J Travis
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (1), 272-279, 2012
192012
Parasitic helminths of red-bellied woodpeckers (Melanerpes carolinus) from the Apalachicola National Forest in Florida
GW Foster, JM Kinsella, EL Walters, MS Schrader, DJ Forrester
Journal of Parasitology 88 (6), 1140-1142, 2002
192002
Do density‐driven mating system differences explain reproductive incompatibilities between populations of a placental fish?
M Schrader, J Travis, RC Fuller
Molecular ecology 20 (19), 4140-4151, 2011
142011
Sustainable forestry for the Redcockaded Woodpecker’s ecosystem
FC James, PM Richards, CA Hess, KE McCluney, EL Walters, ...
Red-cockaded Woodpecker: road to recovery. Hancock House Publishers, Blaine …, 2004
112004
Adaptation to a novel family environment involves both apparent and cryptic phenotypic changes
M Schrader, BJM Jarrett, D Rebar, RM Kilner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1862), 20171295, 2017
72017
A sustained change in the supply of parental care causes adaptive evolution of offspring morphology
BJM Jarrett, E Evans, HB Haynes, MR Leaf, D Rebar, A Duarte, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-8, 2018
62018
A limit on the extent to which increased egg size can compensate for a poor postnatal environment revealed experimentally in the burying beetle, Nicrophorus vespilloides
M Schrader, RM Crosby, AR Hesketh, BJM Jarrett, RM Kilner
Ecology and evolution 6 (1), 329-336, 2016
52016
Differences in offspring size predict the direction of isolation asymmetry between populations of a placental fish
M Schrader, RC Fuller, J Travis
Biology letters 9 (5), 20130327, 2013
52013
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