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Emily Austen
Emily Austen
Assistant Professor, Biology Department, Mount Allison University
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Explaining the apparent paradox of persistent selection for early flowering
EJ Austen, L Rowe, JR Stinchcombe, JRK Forrest
New Phytologist 215 (3), 929-934, 2017
812017
Broad geographic covariation between floral traits and the mating system in Camissoniopsis cheiranthifolia (Onagraceae): multiple stable mixed mating systems …
SR Dart, KE Samis, E Austen, CG Eckert
Annals of botany 109 (3), 599-611, 2012
732012
Identifying wetland compensation principles and mechanisms for Atlantic Canada using a Delphi approach
E Austen, A Hanson
Wetlands 28 (3), 640-655, 2008
302008
Photoinactivation of Photosystem II in Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus
CD Murphy, MS Roodvoets, EJ Austen, A Dolan, A Barnett, DA Campbell
PLoS One 12 (1), e0168991, 2017
292017
Hard and soft selection on phenology through seasonal shifts in the general and social environments: a study on plant emergence time
AE Weis, KM Turner, B Petro, EJ Austen, SM Wadgymar
Evolution 69 (6), 1361-1374, 2015
292015
What drives selection on flowering time? An experimental manipulation of the inherent correlation between genotype and environment
EJ Austen, AE Weis
Evolution 69 (8), 2018-2033, 2015
282015
An analysis of wetland policy in Atlantic Canada
E Austen, A Hanson
Canadian Water Resources Journal 32 (3), 163-178, 2007
272007
Within‐plant variation in reproductive investment: consequences for selection on flowering time
EJ Austen, JRK Forrest, AE Weis
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 (1), 65-79, 2015
252015
Global urban environmental change drives adaptation in white clover
JS Santangelo, RW Ness, B Cohan, CR Fitzpatrick, SG Innes, S Koch, ...
Science 375 (6586), 1275-1281, 2022
192022
The causes of selection on flowering time through male fitness in a hermaphroditic annual plant
EJ Austen, AE Weis
Evolution 70 (1), 111-125, 2016
172016
Phytoplankton σPSII and Excitation Dissipation; Implications for Estimates of Primary Productivity
K Xu, J Lavaud, R Perkins, E Austen, M Bonnanfant, DA Campbell
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 281, 2018
142018
Foliage affects colour preference in bumblebees (Bombus impatiens): a test in a three-dimensional artificial environment
SA Rivest, EJ Austen, JRK Forrest
Evolutionary Ecology 31 (4), 435-446, 2017
132017
On the ecological significance of pollen color: a case study in American trout lily (Erythronium americanum)
EJ Austen, SY Lin, JRK Forrest
Ecology 99 (4), 926-937, 2018
102018
Simultaneous pulsed flowering in a temperate legume: causes and consequences of multimodality in the shape of floral display schedules
SM Wadgymar, EJ Austen, MN Cumming, AE Weis
Journal of Ecology 103 (2), 316-327, 2015
82015
Describing flowering schedule shape through multivariate ordination
EJ Austen, DA Jackson, AE Weis
International Journal of Plant Sciences 175 (1), 70-79, 2014
72014
Temporal variation in phenotypic gender and expected functional gender within and among individuals in an annual plant
EJ Austen, AE Weis
Annals of botany 114 (1), 167-177, 2014
62014
Estimating selection through male fitness: three complementary methods illuminate the nature and causes of selection on flowering time
EJ Austen, AE Weis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1825), 20152635, 2016
52016
Shifting perspectives on the impacts of phenotypic plasticity
SM Wadgymar, EJ Austen
New Phytologist 224 (3), 1009-1011, 2019
42019
A compensation process for wetland loss in Atlantic Canada.
E Austen
42006
Global urban environmental change drives adaptation in white clover
E Gagnon, E Girdler, K Gotanda, C Frost, E del Val, S Munim, W Godsoe, ...
Science, 2022
2022
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