Marc T. J. Johnson, Ph.D.

Biology University of Toronto-Mississauga 
evolution, ecology, quantitative genetics, ecological genetics, plant-insect, herbivory, sex
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Fitzpatrick C, Copeland JK, Wang PW, et al. (2022) Habitats within the plant root differ in bacterial network topology and taxonomic assortativity. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions : Mpmi
Santangelo JS, Ness RW, Cohan B, et al. (2022) Global urban environmental change drives adaptation in white clover. Science (New York, N.Y.). 375: 1275-1281
Didiano TJ, Johnson MT, Duval TP. (2018) Response of herbaceous wetland plant species to changing precipitation regimes Ecohydrology. 11: e2030
Thompson KA, Cory KA, Johnson MT. (2017) Induced defenses alter the strength and direction of natural selection on reproductive traits in common milkweed. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Thompson KA, Renaudin M, Johnson MT. (2016) Urbanization drives the evolution of parallel clines in plant populations. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 283
Didiano TJ, Johnson MT, Duval TP. (2016) Disentangling the Effects of Precipitation Amount and Frequency on the Performance of 14 Grassland Species. Plos One. 11: e0162310
Anstett DN, Chen W, Johnson MT. (2016) Latitudinal Gradients in Induced and Constitutive Resistance against Herbivores. Journal of Chemical Ecology
Massouh A, Schubert J, Yaneva-Roder L, et al. (2016) Spontaneous chloroplast mutants mostly occur by replication slippage and show a biased pattern in the plastome of Oenothera. The Plant Cell
Thompson KA, Johnson MT. (2016) ANTIHERBIVORE DEFENSES ALTER NATURAL SELECTION ON PLANT REPRODUCTIVE TRAITS. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Fitzpatrick CR, Agrawal AA, Basiliko N, et al. (2015) The importance of plant genotype and contemporary evolution for terrestrial ecosystem processes. Ecology. 96: 2632-42
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