Publications

2018

Barrett, R.D.H., Laurent, S., Mallarino, R., Pfeifer, S.P., Xu, C.C.Y., Foll, M., Wakamatsu, K., Duke-Cohan, J.S., Jensen, J.D., Hoekstra, H.E. Experimental evolution links a mutation to fitness in wild mice. In review at Science, Preprint available at BioRxiv.

Pringle, R.M., Kartzinel, T.R., Palmer, T., Thurman, T.J., Fox-Dobbs, K., Coverdale, T.C., Daskin, J.H., Evangelista, D., Gotanda, K., Kolbe, J.J., Man in’t Veld, N.A., Wegener, H., Xu, C.C., Schoener, T.W., Spiller, D.A., Losos, J., Barrett, R.D.H. Collapse of niche structure on islands with introduced top predators. Submitted to Nature.

Bolnick, D.I., Barrett, R.D.H., Oke, K., Rennison, D., Stuart, Y.E. (2018) (Non)Parallelicon_pdf Evolution. Annual Reviews of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. doi:10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-110617-062240

Hu, J., Pérez-Jvostov, F., Blondel, L., Barrett, R.D.H. (2018) Genome-wide DNAicon_pdf methylation responses to infection in Trinidadian guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Molecular Ecology 27(15): 3087-3102.

Paccard, A., Hanson, D., Stuart, Y.E., Berner, D., von Hippel, F.A., Kalbe, M., Klepaker, T., Skúlason, S., Kristjánsson, B.K., Bolnick, D.I., Hendry, A.P., Barrett, R.D.H. (Non)parallel evolution in lake-stream threespine stickleback at local versus global scales. Submitted to Molecular Ecology.

Hu, J., Askary, A.M., Thurman, T.J., Spiller, D. Palmer, T.M., Pringle, R.M., Barrett, R.D.H. Epigenetic signatures of colonizing new environments in Anolis lizards. In review at Molecular Biology and Evolution.

Garcia-Elfring, A., Barrett, R.D.H., and Millien, V. Genomic signatures of parallel adaptation along a climatic gradient in the northern range margin of the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus). In review at Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

Hu, J., Smith, S.J., Barry, T., Rogers, S.M., Jamniczky, H.A., Barrett, R.D.H. Heritable DNA methylation in threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Submitted to Molecular Ecology.

Derry, A.M., Fraser, D.J., Brady, S., Astorg, L., Lawrence, E., Martin, G., Matte, J.-M., Negrin Dastis, J., Paccard, A., Barrett, R.D.H., Chapman, K., Lane, J., Ballas, C., Close, M., and Crispo, E. Conservation through the lens of maladaptation. In review at Evolutionary Applications.

Paccard, A., Wasserman, B.A., Hanson, D., Astorg, L., Durston, D., Kurland, S., Apgar, T.M., El-icon_pdfSabaawi, R.W., Palkovacs, E.P., Hendry, A.P., and Barrett, R.D.H. (2018) How does extreme temporal variation shape adaptive traits and their potential ecological consequences? Stickleback armor in periodically breaching bar-built estuaries. Journal of Evolutionary Biology doi: 10.1111/jeb.13264

Thurman, T. J., E. Brodie, E. Evans, and W. O. McMillan. (2018) Facultative pupal mating inicon_pdf Heliconius erato: Implications for mate choice, female preference, and speciation. Ecology and Evolution 8: 1882–1889.

Jensen, L., Xu, C.C.Y., Nosil, P., Servidio, M., Barrett, R.D.H., Hendry, A.P.  (2018) Keystone icon_pdf genes: single genes with large ecological effects. Trends in Ecology and Evolution doi:10.1016/j.tree.2018.07.002

2017

Somervuo, P., Yu, D.W., Xu, C.C.Y., Ji, Y., Hultman, J., Wirta, H., and Ovaskainen, O. (2017)icon_pdf Quantifying uncertainty of taxonomic placement in DNA barcoding and metabarcoding. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8: 398-407.

Rodgers, T.W., Xu, C.C.Y., Giacalone, J., Kapheim, K.M., Saltonstall, K., Vargas, M., Yu, D.W., icon_pdfSomervuo, P., McMillan, O.W., and Jansen, P.A. (2017) Carrion fly-derived DNA metabarcoding is an effective tool for mammal surveys: Evidence from a known tropical mammal community. Molecular Ecology Resources 1-13.

icon_pdf Stuart, Y.E., Veen, T., Weber, J.N., Hanson, D., Lohman, B.K., Thompson, C.J., Tasneem, T., Ahmed, N., Doggett, A., Izen, R., Barrett, R.D.H., Hendry, A.P., Peichel, C.L., and Bolnick, D.I. (2017) Contrasting effects of ecology and genetics on deviations from parallel evolution. Nature Ecology and Evolution 1: article 0158.

Hanson, D., Hu, J., Hendry, A.P., and Barrett, R.D.H. Heritable gene expression differencesicon_pdfbetween lake and stream stickleback include both parallel and antiparallel components. (2017) Heredity. doi:10.1038/hdy.2017.50.

icon_pdfBay, R., Rose, N., Barrett, R.D.H., Bernatchez, L., Brem, R., Ghalambor, C., Lasky, J.R., Palumbi, S., Ralph, P. (2017) The future of population genomics: Predicting evolutionary responses to environmental change. American Naturalist 189: 1-11.

Garcia-Elfring, A., Barrett, R.D.H., Combs, M., Davies, T.J., Munshi-South, J., and Millien, V.icon_pdf(2017) Admixture on the northern front: Population and evolutionary genomics of range expansion in the white-footed mouse and evidence of introgression from the deer mouse. Heredity. 10.1038/hdy.2017.57.

Hu, J. and Barrett, R.D.H. Epigenetically encoded thermal plasticity in animalsicon_pdf (2017) Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 1612-1632.

icon_pdfGompert, Z., Egan, S., Barrett, R.D.H., Feder, J., and Nosil, P. (2017) The measurement of selection on correlated genetic loci. Molecular Ecology 26:365-382.

2016

icon_pdfHanson, D., Moore, J.S., Taylor, E.B., Barrett, R.D.H., and Hendry, A.P. (2016) Before reinforcement: a hybrid zone in the speciation continuum. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29: 2491-2501.

Amininasab, S.M., Xu, C.C.Y., Kingma, S.A., Komdeur, J. Effect of tree logging onicon_pdfreproductive performance in Blue Tits (Cyanistes caeruleus). Journal of Ornithology doi: 10.1007/s10336-016-1393-8.

Thurman, T.J. and Barrett, R.D.H. (2016) The genetic consequences of selection inicon_pdf natural populations. Molecular Ecology 25: 1429-1488.

Hanson, D., Barrett, R.D.H., and Hendry, A.P. (2016) A test for parallel allochronicicon_pdf isolation in lake-stream stickleback. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29: 47-57.

Thurman T.J. and Seymoure B.M. (2016) A bird’s eye view of two mimetic tropicalicon_pdf butterflies: coloration matches predator’s sensitivity. Journal of Zoology 298: 159–168.

Paccard A., Van Buskirk, J., and Willi, Y. (2016) Quantitative genetic architecture aticon_pdf latitudinal range boundaries: reduced variation but higher trait independence. American Naturalist 187: 1-11.

2015

Rennison, D.J., Heilbron, K.A., Barrett, R.D.H., and Schluter, D. (2015) Dramaticallyicon_pdf different strengths of selection on a phenotypic trait and its major underlying gene in threespine stickleback. American Naturalist 185: 150-156. *Selected as a recommended read by Faculty of 1000

icon_pdfRolshausen, G., Muttalib, S., Kaeuffer, R., Oke, K., Hanson., D., and A. P. Hendry.  2015. When maladaptive gene flow does not  increase selection. Evolution 69(9): 2289-2302.

icon_pdfWood, S. A., Russell, R., Hanson, D.,  Williams,  R. J., and J. A. Dunne. 2015. Effects of spatial scale of sampling on food web structure. Ecology and Evolution 5(17): 3769-3782.

2014

Morris, M., Richard, R., Leder, E., Barrett, R.D.H., Aubin-Horth, N. and Rogers, S.M. icon_pdf(2014) The evolution of thermally-induced plasticity in the molecular phenotype of marine and freshwater threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Molecular Ecology 23: 3226-3240.

2013

icon_pdfLinnen, C.R., Poh, Y-P., Peterson, B.K., Barrett, R.D.H., Larson, J., Jensen, J.D. and Hoekstra, H.E. (2013) Rapid adaptation of multiple traits through multiple mutations in a single gene. Science 339: 1312-1316. *Selected as a recommended read by Faculty of 1000

2012

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. (2012) Bad coat, ripped genes: cryptic selection varies with ontogeny in Soay sheep. Molecular Ecology 21: 2833-2835. *Perspective

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. and Hendry, A.P. (2012) Evolutionary rescue. In Behavioral Responses to a Changing World. Eds. Wong, B. and Candolin, Oxford University Press.

2011

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. and Hoekstra, H.E. (2011) Molecular spandrels: tests of adaptation at the genetic level. Nature Reviews Genetics 12: 760-780.

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H., Paccard, A., Healy, T., Bergak, S., Schluter, D., Schulte, P.M. and Rogers, S.M. (2011) Rapid evolution of cold tolerance in stickleback. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 278: 233-238.

2010

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. (2010) Adaptive evolution of lateral plates in three-spine stickleback: a case study in the functional analysis of natural variation. Journal of Fish Biology 77: 311-328.

icon_pdfSchluter, D., Marchinko, K.B., Barrett, R.D.H. and Rogers, S.M. (2010) Natural selection and the genetics of adaptation in three-spine stickleback. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Series B 365: 2479-2486.

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. and Schluter, D. (2010) Clarifying mechanisms of evolution in stickleback using field studies of natural selection on genes. In In Search of the Causes of Evolution: From Field Observations to Mechanisms. Eds. Grant, P. and Grant, R. Princeton University Press.

2009

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H., Rogers, S.M. and Schluter, D. (2009) Environment specific pleiotropy facilitates diversification at the Ectodysplasin locus in threespine stickleback. Evolution 63: 2831-2837.

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H., Vines, T.H., Bystriansky, J. and Schulte, P.M. (2009) Should I stay or should I go? The Ectodysplasin locus is associated with habitat preference in three-spine stickleback. Biology Letters 5: 788-791.

2008

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H., Rogers, S.M. and Schluter, D. (2008) Natural selection on a major armor gene in three-spine stickleback. Science 322: 255-257. *Selected as a must-read by Faculty of 1000

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. and Schluter, D. (2008) Adaptation from standing genetic variation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 38-44.

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. and Vamosi, J.C. (2008) Ecology and evolution join forces to good effect. Biology Letters 4: 443-445. *Meeting report

2006

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H., M’Gonigle, L.K. and Otto, S.P. (2006) The distribution of beneficial mutations under strong selection. Genetics 174: 2071–2079.

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. and Bell, G. (2006). The dynamics of diversification in evolving Pseudomonas populations. Evolution 60: 484-490.

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H., MacLean, R.C. and Bell, G. (2006) Mutations of intermediate effect are responsible for adaptation in evolving Pseudomonas fluorescens populations. Biology Letters 2: 236-238.

2005

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H., MacLean, R.C. and Bell, G. (2005) Experimental evolution of Pseudomonas fluorescens in simple and complex environments. American Naturalist 160: 470-480. *Selected as a recommended read by Faculty of 1000

icon_pdfHebert, P.D.N. and Barrett, R.D.H. (2005) Taxonomy takes flight. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 498-504. *Response article

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. and Hebert, P.D.N. (2005) Identifying arachnids through DNA sequences. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 481-491.

2004

icon_pdfSleep, D. and Barrett, R.D.H. (2004) Insect hawking observed in the Long-eared Owl (Asio otus). Journal of Raptor Research 38: 29-30.

icon_pdfBarrett, R.D.H. and Agrawal, A.A. (2004) Interactive effects of genotype, environment and ontogeny on resistance of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) to the generalist herbivore, Spodoptera exigua. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30: 37-51.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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