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Provenance variation of ecologically important traits of forest trees: implications for restoration
EK O'BRIEN, RA Mazanec, SL Krauss
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (3), 583-593, 2007
1252007
Testing the home‐site advantage in forest trees on disturbed and undisturbed sites
EK O'Brien, SL Krauss
Restoration Ecology 18 (3), 359-372, 2010
322010
Temperature fluctuations during development reduce male fitness and may limit adaptive potential in tropical rainforest Drosophila
AD Saxon, EK O'Brien, JR Bridle
Journal of evolutionary biology 31 (3), 405 - 415, 2018
272018
Testing for local adaptation and evolutionary potential along altitudinal gradients in rainforest Drosophila: beyond laboratory estimates
EK O'Brien, M Higgie, A Reynolds, AA Hoffmann, JR Bridle
Global Change Biology 23 (5), 1847 - 1860, 2017
272017
Deep, hierarchical divergence of mitochondrial DNA in Amplirhagada land snails (Gastropoda: Camaenidae) from the Bonaparte Archipelago, Western Australia
MS Johnson, EK O'BRIEN, JJ Fitzpatrick
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 100 (1), 141-153, 2010
232010
Patterns of genotypic diversity suggest a long history of clonality and population isolation in the Australian arid zone shrub Acacia carneorum
EK O’Brien, AJ Denham, DJ Ayre
Plant Ecology 215 (1), 55-71, 2014
212014
The accumulation of genetic diversity within a canopy‐stored seed bank
D Ayre, E O’BRIEN, K Ottewell, R Whelan
Molecular Ecology 19 (13), 2640-2650, 2010
192010
Molecular analyses reveal consistent food web structure with elevation in rainforest Drosophila – parasitoid communities
CT Jeffs, JCD Terry, M Higgie, A Jandová, H Konvičková, JJ Brown, ...
Ecography 44 (3), 403-413, 2021
122021
Searching by visual and acoustic cues among bushcrickets (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae): will females remain faithful to a male who stops calling?
WJ Bailey, EI Ager, EK O'Brien, DL Watson
Physiological Entomology 28 (3), 209-214, 2003
102003
The coadaptation theory for genomic imprinting
EK O'Brien, JW Wolf
Evolution Letters 1 (1), 49 - 59, 2017
82017
Does provenance matter? Fitness is not determined by genetic distance or the scale of pollen dispersal in Grevillea sphacelata (Proteaceae)
DJ Ayre, E O'Brien
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 173 (2), 290-302, 2013
82013
Fitness effects of competition within and between species change across species’ ranges, and reveal limited local adaptation in rainforest Drosophila
EK O’Brien, M Higgie, CT Jeffs, AA Hoffmann, J Hrček, OT Lewis, ...
bioRxiv, 395624, 2020
7*2020
Genetic tests of the isolation of rare coastal dwarf populations of Banksia spinulosa
EK O’Brien, LA Aguilar, DJ Ayre, RJ Whelan
Australian Journal of Botany 58 (8), 637-645, 2010
52010
Environmental variation and biotic interactions limit adaptation at ecological margins: lessons from rainforest Drosophila and European butterflies
EK O'Brien, GM Walter, J Bridle
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 377 (1848), 20210017, 2022
22022
The predictive potential of key adaptation parameters and proxy fitness traits between benign and stressful thermal environments
JM Cocciardi, EK O’Brien, CJ Hoskin, H Stoetzel, M Higgie
bioRxiv, 2021
22021
Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics of Genomic Imprinting
EK O'Brien, JB Wolf
Genetics 211 (1), 75 - 88, 2019
22019
Local adaptation and genetic variation in south-western Australian forest trees: implications for restoration
EK O'Brien
University of Western Australia, 2007
22007
Predicted responses to selection across the climatic range of a rainforest Drosophila without local adaptation: environmental variation limits trait divergence along ecological …
EK O'Brien, M Higgie, AD Saxon, AA Hoffmann, JR Bridle
bioRxiv, 2021
12021
Low but genetically variable male remating ability in a tropical Drosophila despite substantial fitness benefits
AD Saxon, NE Jones, EK O’Brien, JR Bridle
bioRxiv, 504035, 2019
12019
Quantitative Genetic Variation and Heritability
EK O'Brien, J Hunt, JB Wolf
Oxford Bibliographies, 2015
12015
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