Arthur E. Weis - Publications

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Plant evolution, plant-animal Interactions

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2020 Wizenberg SB, Weis AE, Campbell LG. Comparing methods for controlled capture and quantification of pollen in . Applications in Plant Sciences. 8: e11389. PMID 33014633 DOI: 10.1002/aps3.11389  0.315
2020 Rivkin LR, Nhan VJ, Weis AE, Johnson MTJ. Variation in pollinator-mediated plant reproduction across an urbanization gradient. Oecologia. PMID 32062703 DOI: 10.1007/S00442-020-04621-Z  0.479
2018 Hamann E, Weis AE, Franks SJ. Two decades of evolutionary changes in Brassica rapa in response to fluctuations in precipitation and severe drought. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. PMID 30478889 DOI: 10.1111/evo.13631  0.413
2018 Peters MAE, Weis AE. Selection for pollen competitive ability in mixed-mating systems. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. PMID 30194754 DOI: 10.1111/evo.13597  0.339
2018 Weis AE. Ecology: Plant Parasites Victimized by a Parasitic Plant. Current Biology : Cb. 28: R877-R879. PMID 30130508 DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2018.06.039  0.425
2016 Wadgymar SM, Weis AE. Phenological mismatch and the effectiveness of assisted gene flow. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. PMID 27943504 DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12877  0.332
2016 Austen EJ, Weis AE. Estimating selection through male fitness: three complementary methods illuminate the nature and causes of selection on flowering time. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 283. PMID 26911957 DOI: 10.1098/Rspb.2015.2635  0.755
2016 Etterson JR, Franks SJ, Mazer SJ, Shaw RG, Gorden NL, Schneider HE, Weber JJ, Winkler KJ, Weis AE. Project Baseline: An unprecedented resource to study plant evolution across space and time. American Journal of Botany. PMID 26772308 DOI: 10.3732/Ajb.1500313  0.331
2015 Austen EJ, Weis AE. The causes of selection on flowering time through male fitness in a hermaphroditic annual plant. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. PMID 26596860 DOI: 10.1111/Evo.12823  0.784
2015 Austen EJ, Weis AE. What drives selection on flowering time? An experimental manipulation of the inherent correlation between genotype and environment. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. PMID 26102569 DOI: 10.1111/Evo.12709  0.773
2015 Wadgymar SM, Cumming MN, Weis AE. The success of assisted colonization and assisted gene flow depends on phenology. Global Change Biology. PMID 26033188 DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12988  0.326
2015 Weis AE, Turner KM, Petro B, Austen EJ, Wadgymar SM. Hard and soft selection on phenology through seasonal shifts in the general and social environments: A study on plant emergence time. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 69: 1361-74. PMID 25929822 DOI: 10.1111/Evo.12677  0.729
2015 Weis AE. On the potential strength and consequences for nonrandom gene flow caused by local adaptation in flowering time. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 28: 699-714. PMID 25728931 DOI: 10.1111/jeb.12612  0.358
2015 Austen EJ, Forrest JR, Weis AE. Within-plant variation in reproductive investment: consequences for selection on flowering time. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 28: 65-79. PMID 25366195 DOI: 10.1111/Jeb.12538  0.802
2015 Cunan ET, Powell THQ, Weis AE. Evidence for plant-mediated competition between defoliating and gall-forming specialists attacking Solidago altissima American Midland Naturalist. 173: 208-217. DOI: 10.1674/amid-173-02-208-217.1  0.436
2015 Wadgymar SM, Austen EJ, Cumming MN, Weis AE. Simultaneous pulsed flowering in a temperate legume: Causes and consequences of multimodality in the shape of floral display schedules Journal of Ecology. 103: 316-327. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12362  0.752
2015 Weis AE. Inheritance of rapid cycling in Brassica rapa fast plants: Dominance that increases with photoperiod International Journal of Plant Sciences. 176: 859-868. DOI: 10.1086/683304  0.438
2014 Weis AE, Nardone E, Fox GA. The strength of assortative mating for flowering date and its basis in individual variation in flowering schedule. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27: 2138-51. PMID 25186618 DOI: 10.1111/jeb.12465  0.474
2014 Austen EJ, Weis AE. Temporal variation in phenotypic gender and expected functional gender within and among individuals in an annual plant. Annals of Botany. 114: 167-77. PMID 24854170 DOI: 10.1093/Aob/Mcu087  0.783
2014 Austen EJ, Jackson DA, Weis AE. Describing flowering schedule shape through multivariate ordination International Journal of Plant Sciences. 175: 70-79. DOI: 10.1086/673934  0.701
2014 Weis AE. Gall insects and selection on plant vigor: Can susceptibility compromise success in competition? Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 8: 205-212. DOI: 10.1007/s11829-014-9305-4  0.527
2011 Vacher C, Kossler TM, Hochberg ME, Weis AE. Impact of interspecific hybridization between crops and weedy relatives on the evolution of flowering time in weedy phenotypes. Plos One. 6: e14649. PMID 21304909 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0014649  0.523
2009 Franks SJ, Weis AE. Climate change alters reproductive isolation and potential gene flow in an annual plant. Evolutionary Applications. 2: 481-8. PMID 25567893 DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-4571.2009.00073.x  0.361
2008 Franks SJ, Weis AE. A change in climate causes rapid evolution of multiple life-history traits and their interactions in an annual plant. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 21: 1321-34. PMID 18557796 DOI: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2008.01566.x  0.469
2007 Elzinga JA, Atlan A, Biere A, Gigord L, Weis AE, Bernasconi G. Time after time: flowering phenology and biotic interactions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 22: 432-9. PMID 17573151 DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2007.05.006  0.503
2007 Franks SJ, Sim S, Weis AE. Rapid evolution of flowering time by an annual plant in response to a climate fluctuation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 1278-82. PMID 17220273 DOI: 10.1073/Pnas.0608379104  0.455
2006 Ellis AG, Weis AE, Gaut BS. Evolutionary radiation of "stone plants" in the genus Argyroderma (Aizoaceae): unraveling the effects of landscape, habitat, and flowering time. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 60: 39-55. PMID 16568630 DOI: 10.1111/J.0014-3820.2006.Tb01080.X  0.367
2005 Weis AE. Direct and indirect assortative mating: a multivariate approach to plant flowering schedules. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 18: 536-46. PMID 15842483 DOI: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2005.00891.x  0.442
2005 Weis AE, Winterer J, Vacher C, Kossler TM, Young CA, LeBuhn GL. Phenological assortative mating in flowering plants: The nature and consequences of its frequency dependence Evolutionary Ecology Research. 7: 161-181.  0.463
2004 Weis AE, Kossler TM. Genetic variation in flowering time induces phenological assortative mating: quantitative genetic methods applied to Brassica rapa. American Journal of Botany. 91: 825-36. PMID 21653438 DOI: 10.3732/ajb.91.6.825  0.389
2004 Vacher C, Weis AE, Hermann D, Kossler T, Young C, Hochberg ME. Impact of ecological factors on the initial invasion of Bt transgenes into wild populations of birdseed rape (Brassica rapa). Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische Und Angewandte Genetik. 109: 806-14. PMID 15340690 DOI: 10.1007/s00122-004-1696-7  0.456
2000 Weis AE, Simms EL, Hochberg ME. Will plant vigor and tolerance be genetically correlated? Effects of intrinsic growth rate and self-limitation on regrowth Evolutionary Ecology. 14: 331-352. DOI: 10.1023/A:1010950932468  0.331
2000 Sumerford DV, Abrahamson WG, Weis AE. The effects of drought on the Solidago altissima-Eurosta solidaginis-natural enemy complex: Population dynamics, local extirpations, and measures of selection intensity on gall size Oecologia. 122: 240-248. DOI: 10.1007/Pl00008852  0.301
1999 Krupnick GA, Weis AE. The effect of floral herbivory on male and female reproductive success in Isomeris arborea Ecology. 80: 135-149. DOI: 10.1890/0012-9658(1999)080[0135:Teofho]2.0.Co;2  0.783
1999 Krupnick GA, Weis AE, Campbell DR. The consequences of floral herbivory for pollinator service to Isomeris arborea Ecology. 80: 125-134. DOI: 10.1890/0012-9658(1999)080[0125:Tcofhf]2.0.Co;2  0.773
1998 Krupnick GA, Weis AE. Floral herbivore effect on the sex expression of an andromonoecious plant, Isomeris arborea (Capparaceae) Plant Ecology. 134: 151-162. DOI: 10.1023/A:1009762415520  0.783
1998 Richter KS, Weis AE. Inbreeding and outcrossing in Yucca whipplei: Consequences for the reproductive success of plant and pollinator Ecology Letters. 1: 21-24.  0.542
1992 Weis AE, Abrahamson WG, Andersen MC. VARIABLE SELECTION ON EUROSTA'S GALL SIZE, I: THE EXTENT AND NATURE OF VARIATION IN PHENOTYPIC SELECTION. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 46: 1674-1697. PMID 28567758 DOI: 10.1111/J.1558-5646.1992.Tb01161.X  0.332
1990 Weis AE, Gorman WL. MEASURING SELECTION ON REACTION NORMS: AN EXPLORATION OF THE EUROSTA-SOLIDAGO SYSTEM. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 44: 820-831. PMID 28569024 DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.1990.tb03807.x  0.407
1988 Weis AE, Walton R, Crego CL. Reactive plant tissue sites and the population biology of gall makers Annual Review of Entolomology. Vol. 33. 467-486.  0.34
1986 Weis AE, Abrahamson WG. Evolution of host-plant manipulation by gall makers: ecological and genetic factors in the Solidago- Eurosta system. American Naturalist. 127: 681-695. DOI: 10.1086/284513  0.48
1985 Weis AE, Abrahamson WG. Potential selective pressures by parasitoids on a plant herbivore interaction. Ecology. 66: 1261-1269.  0.393
1984 Weis AE, Kapelinski A. Manipulation of host plant development by the gall- midge Rhabdophaga strobiloides. Ecological Entomology. 9: 457-465.  0.383
1983 Weis AE, Price PW, Lynch M. Selective pressures on clutch size in the gall maker Asteromyia carbonifera. Ecology. 64: 688-695.  0.476
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