Publications 2017-12-12T14:45:13+00:00

Publications

Genotypic covariance between the performance of a resident species and community assembly in the field.

Riedel, A.M., Monro, K., Blows, M.W. and Marshall, D.J. Genotypic covariance between the performance of a resident species and community assembly in the field. Functional Ecology in press. Doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.13005

 


 

Should mothers provision their offspring equally? A manipulative field test

Cameron, H., Monro, K. & Marshall, D. J. 2017. Should mothers provision their offspring equally? A manipulative field test. Ecology Letters 20, 1025-1033. Doi: 10.1111/ele.12800

 


 

Relaxation of herbivore-mediated selection drives the evolution of genetic covariances between plant competitive and defense traits.

Uesugi, A., Connallon, T., Kessler, A. & Monro, K. (2017). Relaxation of herbivore-mediated selection drives the evolution of genetic covariances between plant competitive and defense traits. Evolution 71, 1700-1709. Doi: 10.1111/evo.13247

 


 

Field manipulations of resources mediate the transition from intraspecific competition to facilitation.

Svanfeldt, K., Monro, K., and Marshall, D.J. 2017. Field manipulations of resources mediate the transition from intraspecific competition to facilitation. Journal of Animal Ecology 86, 654-661. Doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12644.

 


 

Limited evolutionary responses to harvest regime in the intensive production of algae.

Lawton, R.J., Paul, N.A., Marshall, D.J., and Monro, K. (2017).  Limited evolutionary responses to harvest regime in the intensive production of algae. Journal of Applied Phycology 29, 1449-1459. Doi:10.1007/s10811-016-1044-8.

 


 

The other 96%: can neglected sources of fitness variation offer new insights into adaptation to global change?

Chirgwin, E., Marshall, D.J., Sgrò, C.M., and Monro, K. (2017). The other 96%: can neglected sources of fitness variation offer new insights into adaptation to global change? Evolutionary Applications 10, 267-275. Doi:10.1111/eva.12447.

 


 

Dispersal duration mediates selection on offspring size

Svanfeldt, K., Monro, K., and Marshall, D.J. (2017). Dispersal duration mediates selection on offspring size. Oikos 126, 480-487. Doi: 10.1111/oik.03604.

 


 

Why do larger mothers produce larger offspring?

Cameron, H., Monro, K., Malerba, M., Munch, S.B., and Marshall, D.J. (2016). Why do larger mothers produce larger offspring? A test of classic theory. Ecology 97, 3452-3459. Doi: 10.1002/ecy.1590.

 


 

Environment-dependent variation in selection on life history across small spatial scales.

Lange, R., Monro, K., and Marshall, D.J. (2016). Environment-dependent variation in selection on life history across small spatial scales. Evolution 70, 2404-2410. doi:10.1111/evo.13033

 


 

RSB - 1833 coverUnravelling anisogamy: egg size and ejaculate size mediate selection on morphology in free-swimming sperm.

Monro, K., and Marshall, D.J. (2016). Unravelling anisogamy: egg size and ejaculate size mediate selection on morphology in free-swimming sperm. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283, 20160671. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2016.0671.

 

 


 

Functional EcologyTransgenerational plasticity and environmental stress: do paternal effects act as a conduit or a buffer?

Guillaume, A.S., Monro, K., and Marshall, D.J. (2016). Transgenerational plasticity and environmental stress: do paternal effects act as a conduit or a buffer? Functional Ecology, 30, 1175-1184. Doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12604.

 


 

Revealing hidden evolutionary capacity to cope with global change.Global Change Biology

Chirgwin, E., Monro, K., Sgrò, C. M. & Marshall, D. J. 2015. Revealing hidden evolutionary capacity to cope with global change. Global Change Biology, 21, 3356–3366. Doi: 10.1111/gcb.12929.

 


 

The biogeography of fertilisation mode in the sea.Global Ecology and Biogeography

Monro, K. & Marshall, D. J. 2015. The biogeography of fertilisation mode in the sea. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 24, 1499-1509. Doi: 10.1111/geb.12358.

 


 

Non-contact competition in a sessile marine invertebrate: causes and consequences.Marine Ecology Progress Series

Thompson, M., Marshall, D. & Monro, K. 2015. Non-contact competition in a sessile marine invertebrate: causes and consequences. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 522, 115-125. Doi: 10.3354/meps11178.

 


 

The American NaturalistFaster is not always better: selection on growth rate fluctuates across life history and environments.

Monro, K. & Marshall, D. J. 2014a. Faster is not always better: selection on growth rate fluctuates across life history and environments. The American Naturalist, 183, 798-809. Doi: 10.1086/676006.

 


 

Ecology and Evolution

Two sexes, one body: intra- and intersex covariation of gamete phenotypes in simultaneous hermaphrodites.

Monro, K. & Marshall, D. J. 2014b. Two sexes, one body: intra- and intersex covariation of gamete phenotypes in simultaneous hermaphrodites. Ecology and Evolution, 4, 1340-1346. Doi: 10.1002/ece3.1035.

 


 

Marine Ecology Progress SeriesRelative influence of resident species and environmental variation on community assembly.

Riedel, A., Monro, K., Blows, M. W. & Marshall, D. J. 2014. Relative influence of resident species and environmental variation on community assembly. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 499, 103-113. Doi: 10.3354/meps10695

 


 

EvolutionThe maintenance of sperm variability: context-dependent selection on sperm morphology in a broadcast spawning invertebrate.

Johnson, D. W., Monro, K. & Marshall, D. J. 2013. The maintenance of sperm variability: context-dependent selection on sperm morphology in a broadcast spawning invertebrate. Evolution, 67, 1383-1395. Doi: 10.1111/evo.12022.

 


 

Interspecific competition alters nonlinear selection on offspring size in the field.Evolution Vol 67

Marshall, D. J. & Monro, K. 2013. Interspecific competition alters nonlinear selection on offspring size in the field. Evolution, 67, 328-337. Doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01749.x.

 


 

Evolution 67 vol 12Evolutionary constraints and the maintenance of individual specialization throughout succession.

Monro, K. & Marshall, D. J. 2013. Evolutionary constraints and the maintenance of individual specialization throughout succession. Evolution, 67, 3636–3644. Doi: 10.1111/evo.12220.

 


 

Ecology Letters vol 16

Predicting evolutionary responses to climate change in the sea.

Munday, P. L., Warner, R. R., Monro, K., Pandolfi, J. M. & Marshall, D. J. 2013. Predicting evolutionary responses to climate change in the sea. Ecology Letters, 16, 1488-1500. Doi: 10.1111/ele.12185.

 


 

Ecology-vol-93 3Invasive ecosystem engineer selects for different phenotypes of an associated native species.

Wright, J. T., Gribben, P. E., Byers, J. E. & Monro, K. 2012. Invasive ecosystem engineer selects for different phenotypes of an associated native species. Ecology, 93, 1262-1268. Doi: 10.1890/11-1740.1.

 


 

Fitness consequences of larval traits persist across the metamorphic boundary.Evolution 65

Crean, A. J., Monro, K. & Marshall, D. J. 2011. Fitness consequences of larval traits persist across the metamorphic boundary. Evolution, 65, 3079-3089. Doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01372.x.

 


 

Annals of Botany 106

The adaptive value of functional and life-history traits across fertility treatments in an annual plant.

Bonser, S. P., Ladd, B., Monro, K., Hall, M. D. & Forster, M. A. 2010. The adaptive value of functional and life-history traits across fertility treatments in an annual plant. Annals of Botany, 106, 979-988. Doi: 10.1093/aob/mcq195.

 


 

Responses to conspecific density in an arborescent bryozoan.Marine Ecology Progress Series

Gooley, T. A., Marshall, D. J. & Monro, K. 2010. Responses to conspecific density in an arborescent bryozoan. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 415, 83-90. Doi: 10.3354/meps08757.

 


 

Phenotype-environment mismatches reduce connectivity in the sea.Ecology Letters 13

Marshall, D. J., Monro, K., Bode, M., Keough, M. J. & Swearer, S. 2010. Phenotype-environment mismatches reduce connectivity in the sea. Ecology Letters, 13, 128-140. Doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2009.01408.x.

 


 

Functional Ecology 24Selection on offspring size among environments: the roles of environmental quality and variability.

Monro, K., Sinclair-Taylor, T. & Marshall, D. J. 2010. Selection on offspring size among environments: the roles of environmental quality and variability. Functional Ecology, 24, 676-684. Doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2009.01665.x.

 


 

The evolvability of growth form in a clonal seaweed.Evolution 63

Monro, K. & Poore, A. G. B. 2009a. The evolvability of growth form in a clonal seaweed. Evolution, 63, 3147-3157. Doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00802.x.

 


 

Performance benefits of growth-form plasticity in a clonal red seaweed.Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97

Monro, K. & Poore, A. G. B. 2009b. Performance benefits of growth-form plasticity in a clonal red seaweed. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 97, 80-89. Doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8312.2008.01186.x.

 


 

The American Naturalist

The potential for evolutionary responses to cell-lineage selection on growth form and its plasticity in a red seaweed.

Monro, K. & Poore, A. G. B. 2009c. The potential for evolutionary responses to cell-lineage selection on growth form and its plasticity in a red seaweed. The American Naturalist, 173, 151-163. Doi: 10.1086/595758.

 


 

Evolutionary Ecology 21 issue 6Multivariate selection shapes environment-dependent variation in the clonal morphology of a red seaweed.

Monro, K., Poore, A. G. B. & Brooks, R. 2007. Multivariate selection shapes environment-dependent variation in the clonal morphology of a red seaweed. Evolutionary Ecology, 21, 765-782. Doi: 10.1007/s10682-006-9150-8.

 


 

Light quantity and quality induce shade-avoiding plasticity in a marine macroalga.Evolutionary Biology 18

Monro, K. & Poore, A. G. B. 2005. Light quantity and quality induce shade-avoiding plasticity in a marine macroalga. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 18, 426-435. Doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2004.00826.x.

 


 

The American NaturalistSelection in modular organisms: is intraclonal variation in macroalgae evolutionarily important?

Monro, K. & Poore, A. G. B. 2004. Selection in modular organisms: is intraclonal variation in macroalgae evolutionarily important? The American Naturalist, 163, 564-578. Doi: 10.1086/382551