William J. Foley, PhD

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Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
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Marsh KJ, Blyton MDJ, Foley WJ, et al. (2021) Fundamental dietary specialisation explains differential use of resources within a koala population. Oecologia
Youngentob KN, Lindenmayer DB, Marsh KJ, et al. (2021) Food intake: an overlooked driver of climate change casualties? Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Martin S, Youngentob KN, Clark RG, et al. (2020) The distribution and abundance of an unusual resource for koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) in a sodium-poor environment. Plos One. 15: e0234515
Marsh KJ, Wallis IR, Kulheim C, et al. (2019) New approaches to tannin analysis of leaves can be used to explain in vitro biological activities associated with herbivore defence. The New Phytologist
Marsh KJ, Saraf I, Hocart CH, et al. (2019) Occurrence and distribution of unsubstituted B-ring flavanones in Eucalyptus foliage. Phytochemistry. 160: 31-39
Marsh KJ, Ward J, Wallis IR, et al. (2017) Intraspecific Variation in Nutritional Composition Affects the Leaf Age Preferences of a Mammalian Herbivore. Journal of Chemical Ecology
Marsh KJ, Zhou W, Wigley HJ, et al. (2017) Correction to: Oxidizable Phenolic Concentrations Do Not Affect Development and Survival of Paropsis Atomaria Larvae Eating Eucalyptus Foliage. Journal of Chemical Ecology
Marsh KJ, Kulheim C, Blomberg SP, et al. (2017) Genus-wide variation in foliar polyphenolics in eucalypts. Phytochemistry. 144: 197-207
Beale PK, Marsh KJ, Foley WJ, et al. (2017) A hot lunch for herbivores: physiological effects of elevated temperatures on mammalian feeding ecology. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Marsh KJ, Zhou W, Wigley HJ, et al. (2017) Oxidizable Phenolic Concentrations DO Not Affect Development AND Survival OF Paropsis Atomaria Larvae Eating Eucalyptus Foliage. Journal of Chemical Ecology
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