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  1. Hamann, E.*, C. Blevins*, Steven J. Franks, M. Inam Jameel*, J. T. Anderson, 2021. Tansley Review: Climate change alters plant-herbivore interactions. New Phytologist. 229(4): 1894-1910.
  2. Hamann, E.*, S. Wadgymar, and J.T. Anderson, 2021. Climate change alters costs of reproduction. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 288 (1948), 20203134.
  3. Anderson, J.T., M. Inam Jameel, and M. A. Geber, in press. Selection favors adaptive plasticity in a long-term reciprocal transplant experiment. Evolution.
  4. Araujo, J., S. Correa, J. Penha, J.T. Anderson, A. Traveset, 2021. Cryptic function loss: the effect of body size reduction of frugivorous fishes on seed dispersal and  predation networks. Journal of Applied Ecology.
  5. Song, B.-H., and Anderson, J.T., 2020. Plant climate change adaptation-where are we? Journal of Systematics and Evolution. 58(5): 533-545.
  6. Hamann, E.*, D. Denney*, S. Day*, Elizabeth Lombardi, M.I. Jameel*, Rachel MacTavish*, J.T. Anderson, 2020. Plant eco-evolutionary responses to climate change: Emerging directions. Plant Science.
  7. Araujo, J., S. Correa, J.T. Anderson, J. Penha, 2020. Fruit preferences by fishes in a Neotropical floodplain. Biotropica.
  8. Denney, D.*, M.I. Jameel*, J. Bemmels*, M. Rochford*, and J.T. Anderson, 2020. Small spaces, Big impacts: Contributions of microenvironmental variation to population persistence under climate change. AoB Plants. 12(2): plaa005
  9. MacTavish, R.* and J.T. Anderson, 2020. Resource availability alters fitness trade-offs: implications for evolution in stressful environments. American Journal of Botany. 107(2):1-11.
  10. Anderson, J.T. and S. Wadgymar*, 2020. Climate change disrupts local adaptation and favours upslope migration. Ecology Letters. 23(1): 181-192.
  11. Denney, D.* and J.T. Anderson, 2019. Natural history collections document biological responses to climate change. Global Change Biology.
  12. Bemmels, J.* and J.T. Anderson, 2019. Climate change shifts natural selection and the adaptive potential of the perennial forb Boechera stricta in the Rocky Mountains. Evolution. 73(11): 2247-2262.
  13. Wadgymar*, S., R. MacTavish*, J.T. Anderson, 2019. Evolutionary Consequences of Climate Change. Ecosystem Consequences of Soil Warming. Edited by J. Mohan. Published by Elsevier, Chapter 2: pp. 29-59.
  14. Mohan, J.E., S. Wadgymar*, D. E. Winkler, J. T. Anderson, P. T. Frankson, R. Hannifin, K. Benavides, L. M. Kueppers, and J. M. Melillo, 2019. Plant reproductive fitness and phenology responses to climate warming. Ecosystem Consequences of Soil Warming. Edited by J. Mohan. Published by Elsevier, Chapter 3: pp. 61-102.
  15. S. Wadgymar*, R.M. Mactavish*, and J.T. Anderson, 2018. Transgenerational and within-generation plasticity in response to climate change: Insights from a manipulative field experiment across an elevational gradient. The American Naturalist. 192(6): 698-714.
  16. Raul Costa-Pereira, C. Lucas, M. Crossa, J.T. Anderson, B. Weiss Albuquerque, E. P. Dary, M. T. F. Piedade, L. O. Demarchi, E. R. Rebouças, G. da S. Costa, M. Galetti and S.B. Correa*. Defaunation shadow on mutualistic interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
  17. S. Wadgymar*, J. Ogilvie, D. Inouye, A. Weis, J.T. Anderson, 2018. Phenological responses to multiple environmental drivers under climate change: insights from a long-term observational study and a manipulative field experiment. New Phytologist. 218: 517-529.
  18. P. Vaidya*, A. McDurmon*, E. Mattoon*, M. Keefe, L. Carley, C.-R. Lee, R. Bingham, and J.T. Anderson, 2018. Ecological causes and consequences of flower-color polymorphism in a self-pollinating plant (Boechera stricta). New Phytologist. 218(1): 380-392.
  19. S. Correa*, P.C. de Oliveira, C. Nunes da Cunha, J. Penha, and J.T. Anderson, 2018. Water and fish select for fleshy fruits in tropical wetland forests. Biotropica. 50: 312-318.
  20. S. Wadgymar*, D. Lowry, C. Byron, B. Gould, R. Mactavish*, and J.T. Anderson, 2017. Identifying targets and agents of selection: Innovative methods to evaluate the processes that contribute to local adaptation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 8: 738-749
  21. S. Wadgymar*, S.C. Daws* and J.T. Anderson, 2017. Integrating temporal viability and fecundity selection to illuminate the adaptive nature of genetic clines. Evolution Letters 1: 26-39.
  22. R. Colautti, J. Ågren and J.T. Anderson, 2017. Phenological shifts under climate change: the Boecehra-Lythrum model. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 372(1712): 20160032. All authors contributed equally.
  23. S. Correa*, J. K. Arujo*, J. Penha, C Nunes da Cunha, K. E. Bobier*, J.T. Anderson, 2016. Stability and generalization in seed dispersal networks: A case study of frugivorous fish in Neotropical wetlands. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2016.1267
  24. K. M. Becklin, J. T. Anderson, L. M. Gerhart, S. M. Wadgymar*, C A. Wessinger, and J. K. Ward, 2016. Examining plant physiological responses to climate change through an evolutionary lens. Plant Physiology. 172(2): 635-649. All authors contributed equally.
  25. S. Correa* and J.T. Anderson, 2016. A nondestructive sampling protocol for field studies of seed dispersal by fish. Journal of Fish Biology. 88(5): 1989-2003.
  26. J.T. Anderson, 2016. Plant fitness in a rapidly changing world. New Phytologist. 210: 81-87.
  27. A.J. Manzaneda, P. Rey, J.T. Anderson, E. Raskin, C. Weiss-Lehman, and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2015.  Natural variation, differentiation, and genetic trade-offs of ecophysiological traits in response to water limitation in Brachypodium distachyon and its descendent allotetraploid B. hybridum (Poaceae). Evolution. 69(10): 2689-2704.
  28. J.T. Anderson, N. Perera, B. Chowdhury*, T. Mitchell-Olds, 2015. Microgeographic patterns of genetic divergence and adaptation across environmental gradients in Boechera stricta (Brassicaceae). The American Naturalist. 186(S1): S60-S73.
  29. S. Correa*, R. Costa-Pereira*, T. Fleming, M. Goulding, J.T. Anderson, 2015. Neotropical fruit-fish interactions: eco-evolutionary dynamics and conservation. Biological Reviews.  90(4): 1263-1278.
  30. J.T. Anderson, V. Eckhart, and M.A. Geber, 2015. Experimental studies of adaptation in Clarkia xantiana. III. Phenotypic selection across a subspecies border. Evolution. 69 (9): 2249-2261.
  31. S. Correa*, J. Araujo*, J. Penha, C. Nunes Da Cunha, P. Stevenson, J.T. Anderson, 2015. Overfishing disrupts an ancient mutualism between frugivorous fish and plants in Neotropical wetlands. Biological Conservation. 191: 159-167
  32. J.T. Anderson and Z. Gezon, 2015. Plasticity in functional traits in the context ofclimate change: A case study of the subalpine forb Boechera stricta (Brassicaceae). Global Change Biology. 21(4): 1689-1703.
  33. C.-R. Lee, J.T. Anderson, T. Mitchell-Olds, 2014. Unifying genetic canalization, genetic constraint, and genotype-by-environment interaction: QTL by genomic background by environment interaction of flowering time in Boechera stricta. PLoS Genetics. 10(10): e1004727.
  34. J.T. Anderson, C.-R. Lee and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2014.  Strong selection genome-wide enhances fitness tradeoffs across environments and episodes of selection. Evolution. 68(1): 16-31.
  35. J.T. Anderson +, M. Wagner+, K. Prasad, C. Rushworth, and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2014.The evolution of quantitative traits in complex environments. Heredity. 112: 4-12. + Equal contributions.
  36. C. Topp, A. Iyer-Pascuzzi, J.T. Anderson, C.-R. Lee, P. Zurek, O. Symonova, Y. Zheng, A. Bucksch, Y. Mileyko, T. Galkovsky, B. Moore, J. Harer, H. Edelsbrunner, T. Mitchell-Olds, J. Weitz, and P.N. Benfey, 2013.  Three-dimensional modeling and high-resolution phenotyping of living root systems identifies dozens of QTL controlling root architecture of rice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 110(18): E1695-E1704.
  37. B. Krizek and J.T. Anderson, 2013.  Control of flower size. Journal of Experimental Botany. 64(6): 1427-1437.
  38. J.T. Anderson, C.-R. Lee, C. Rushworth, R. Colautti, and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2013. Genetic tradeoffs and conditional neutrality contribute to local adaptation.  Molecular Ecology. 22(3): 699-708
  39. J.T. Anderson, A.M. Panetta and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2012. Evolutionary and ecological responses to anthropogenic climate change. Plant Physiology. 160: 1728-1740.
  40. K. Prasad, B.-H. Song, C. Olson-Manning, J.T. Anderson, C.-R. Lee, M.E. Schranz, A. Windsor, M. Clauss, A.J. Manzaneda, I. Naqvi, M. Reichelt, J. Gershenzon, S. Rupasinghe, M. Schuler, T. Mitchell-Olds, 2012.  A gain of function polymorphism controlling complex traits and fitness in nature. Science. 337: 1081-1084.
  41. J.T. Anderson, D.W. Inouye, A. McKinney, R. Colautti, and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2012. Phenotypic plasticity and adaptive evolution contribute to advancing flowering phenology in response to climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 279: 3843-3852.  Recommended by Faculty of 1000.
  42. J.T. Anderson, J. Willis, and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2011.  Evolutionary genetics of plant adaptation. Trends in Genetics. 27(7): 258-266.
  43. J.T. Anderson, C.-R. Lee, and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2011. Life history QTLs and natural selection on flowering time in Boechera stricta, a wild relative of Arabidopsis. Evolution. 65(3): 771-787.
  44. M. Horn, S. Correa, P. Parolin, B. Pollux, J. T. Anderson, C. Lucas, P. Widmann, A. Tiju, M. Galetti and M. Goulding, 2011. Seed dispersal by fishes in tropical and temperate fresh waters: the growing evidence.  Acta Oecologia.  37: 561-577.
  45. J.T. Anderson and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2011. Ecological genetics and genomics of plant defences: Evidence and approaches.  Functional Ecology. 25: 312-324.
  46. J.T. Anderson, T. Nuttle, J. Saldaña Rojas*, T. Pendergast, A. Flecker, 2011. Extremely long-distance seed dispersal by an overfished Amazonian frugivore. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 278: 3329-3335.
  47. J.T. Anderson, J. Sparks and M. Geber, 2010. Phenotypic plasticity despite source-sink population dynamics in a long-lived perennial plant. New Phytologist. 188: 856-867.
  48. J.T. Anderson and M. Geber, 2010. Demographic source-sink dynamics restrict localadaptation in Elliott’s blueberry (Vaccinium elliottii).  Evolution. 64(2): 370-384.
  49. A. Flecker, A.S., P. McIntyre, J. Moore, J. T. Anderson, B. Taylor, R. Hall, Jr., 2010.  Migratory fishes as material and process subsidies in riverine ecosystems.  Pages: 559-592 In: Community Ecology of Stream Fishes, K. Geido and D. Jackson, eds. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  50. J.T. Anderson, A. Landi*, P.L. Marks, 2009.  Limited flooding tolerance restricts adult distribution patterns of a perennial shrub (Itea virginica, Iteaceae).  American Journal of Botany.  96: 1603-1611.
  51. J.T. Anderson, J. Saldaña Rojas*, A.S. Flecker, 2009.  High quality seed dispersal by Amazonian fruit-eating fishes. Oecologia. 161: 279-290.
  52. J.T. Anderson, 2009. Positive density dependence in juveniles of two Neotropical tree species.  Journal of Vegetation Science. 20: 27-36.
  53. W. Carson, J.T. Anderson, E. Leigh, and S. Schnitzer, 2008.  Challenges associated with testing and falsifying the Janzen-Connell Hypothesis: A review and critique.  Pages: 210-241 In: Tropical Forest Community Ecology, W. Carson and S. Schnitzer, eds.  Blackwell Publishing.  Oxford, U.K.
  54. J.T. Anderson and D. Morse.  2001.  Pick-up lines: cues used by male crab spiders tofind reproductive females. Behavioral Ecology 12 (3): 360-366.

Other contributions

1. Anderson, J.T. and T. Mitchell-Olds, 2010. Beyond QTL Cloning. PLoS Genetics. 6 (11): e1001197.

2. Rypien, K., J.T. Anderson, J. Andras, R. Clark, G. Gerrish, J. Mandel, M. Nydam, D. Riskin. 2007. Students unite to create State of the Planet Course. Nature 447: 775.