Alistair M Senior
TitleCited byYear
The impact of low-protein high-carbohydrate diets on aging and lifespan
DG Le Couteur, S Solon-Biet, VC Cogger, SJ Mitchell, A Senior, ...
Cellular and molecular life sciences 73 (6), 1237-1252, 2016
862016
A quantitative review of MHC‐based mating preference: the role of diversity and dissimilarity
T Kamiya, K O'dwyer, H Westerdahl, A Senior, S Nakagawa
Molecular ecology 23 (21), 5151-5163, 2014
822014
Meta-evaluation of meta-analysis: ten appraisal questions for biologists
S Nakagawa, DWA Noble, AM Senior, M Lagisz
BMC biology 15 (1), 1-14, 2017
772017
Meta‐analysis of variation: ecological and evolutionary applications and beyond
S Nakagawa, R Poulin, K Mengersen, K Reinhold, L Engqvist, M Lagisz, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (2), 143-152, 2015
602015
The multidimensional nutritional niche
GE Machovsky-Capuska, AM Senior, SJ Simpson, D Raubenheimer
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (5), 355-365, 2016
572016
Heterogeneity in individual quality and reproductive trade‐offs within species
JN Lim, AM Senior, S Nakagawa
Evolution 68 (8), 2306-2318, 2014
452014
Gut Microbiota Modifies Olfactory-Guided Microbial Preferences and Foraging Decisions in Drosophila
ACN Wong, QP Wang, J Morimoto, AM Senior, M Lihoreau, GG Neely, ...
Current Biology 27 (15), 2397-2404. e4, 2017
432017
Virological factors that increase the transmissibility of emerging human viruses
JL Geoghegan, AM Senior, F Di Giallonardo, EC Holmes
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (15), 4170-4175, 2016
432016
Heterogeneity in ecological and evolutionary meta‐analyses: its magnitude and implications
AM Senior, CE Grueber, T Kamiya, M Lagisz, K O'dwyer, ESA Santos, ...
Ecology 97 (12), 3293-3299, 2016
382016
An overlooked consequence of dietary mixing: a varied diet reduces interindividual variance in fitness
AM Senior, S Nakagawa, M Lihoreau, SJ Simpson, D Raubenheimer
The American naturalist 186 (5), 649-659, 2015
302015
Evolving nutritional strategies in the presence of competition: a geometric agent-based model
AM Senior, MA Charleston, M Lihoreau, J Buhl, D Raubenheimer, ...
PLoS computational biology 11 (3), e1004111, 2015
262015
Pathogen population bottlenecks and adaptive landscapes: overcoming the barriers to disease emergence
JL Geoghegan, AM Senior, EC Holmes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1837), 20160727, 2016
252016
Dietary protein selection in a free-ranging urban population of common myna birds
GE Machovsky-Capuska, AM Senior, SP Zantis, K Barna, AJ Cowieson, ...
Behavioral ecology 27 (1), 219-227, 2015
252015
Toll-like receptor diversity in 10 threatened bird species: relationship with microsatellite heterozygosity
CE Grueber, GJ Knafler, TM King, AM Senior, S Grosser, B Robertson, ...
Conservation Genetics, 1-17, 2015
252015
The fitness consequences of environmental sex reversal in fish: a quantitative review
AM Senior, JN Lim, S Nakagawa
Biological Reviews 87 (4), 900-911, 2012
252012
A comparative analysis of chemically induced sex reversal in teleosts: challenging conventional suppositions
AM Senior, S Nakagawa
Fish and Fisheries 14 (1), 60-76, 2013
202013
Collective foraging in spatially complex nutritional environments
M Lihoreau, MA Charleston, AM Senior, FJ Clissold, D Raubenheimer, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
182017
The practicality of Trojan sex chromosomes as a biological control: an agent based model of two highly invasive Gambusia species
AMN Senior, M Krkosek, S Nakagawa
Biological invasions 15 (8), 1765-1782, 2013
182013
Macronutritional consequences of food generalism in an invasive mammal, the wild boar
AM Senior, CE Grueber, G Machovsky-Capuska, SJ Simpson, ...
Mammalian Biology 81 (5), 523-526, 2016
152016
Ecological and evolutionary applications for environmental sex reversal of fish
A McNair, PM Lokman, GP Closs, S Nakagawa
The Quarterly review of biology 90 (1), 23-44, 2015
152015
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