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Daniel Anstett - Publications

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Biology University of Toronto-Mississauga 

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Year Citation  Score
2021 Bontrager M, Usui T, Lee-Yaw JA, Anstett DN, Branch HA, Hargreaves AL, Muir CD, Angert AL. Adaptation across geographic ranges is consistent with strong selection in marginal climates and legacies of range expansion. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. PMID 33885152 DOI: 10.1111/evo.14231  0.72
2021 Anstett DN, Branch HA, Angert AL. Regional differences in rapid evolution during severe drought. Evolution Letters. 5: 130-142. PMID 33868709 DOI: 10.1002/evl3.218  0.72
2020 Roesti M, Anstett DN, Freeman BG, Lee-Yaw JA, Schluter D, Chavarie L, Rolland J, Holzman R. Pelagic fish predation is stronger at temperate latitudes than near the equator. Nature Communications. 11: 1527. PMID 32235853 DOI: 10.1038/S41467-020-15335-4  0.44
2018 Anstett DN, Cheval I, D'Souza C, Salminen JP, Johnson MTJ. Ellagitannins from the Onagraceae Decrease the Performance of Generalist and Specialist Herbivores. Journal of Chemical Ecology. PMID 30511298 DOI: 10.1007/S10886-018-1038-X  0.32
2018 Anstett DN, Ahern JR, Johnson MTJ, Salminen JP. Testing for latitudinal gradients in defence at the macroevolutionary scale. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. PMID 30101976 DOI: 10.1111/Evo.13579  0.32
2016 Anstett DN, Chen W, Johnson MT. Latitudinal Gradients in Induced and Constitutive Resistance against Herbivores. Journal of Chemical Ecology. PMID 27501815 DOI: 10.1007/S10886-016-0735-6  0.32
2015 Anstett DN, Ahern JR, Glinos J, Nawar N, Salminen JP, Johnson MT. Can genetically based clines in plant defence explain greater herbivory at higher latitudes? Ecology Letters. 18: 1376-86. PMID 26482702 DOI: 10.1111/Ele.12532  0.32
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