James D. Fry
James D. Fry
Associate Professor of Biology, University of Rochester
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The evolution of host specialization: are trade-offs overrated?
JD Fry
The American Naturalist 148, S84-S107, 1996
3561996
The mixed‐model analysis of variance applied to quantitative genetics: biological meaning of the parameters
JD Fry
Evolution 46 (2), 540-550, 1992
2321992
High resolution mapping of genetic factors affecting abdominal bristle number in Drosophila melanogaster.
AD Long, SL Mullaney, LA Reid, JD Fry, CH Langley, TF Mackay
Genetics 139 (3), 1273-1291, 1995
2301995
Trade-offs in fitness on different hosts: evidence from a selection experiment with a phytophagous mite
JD Fry
The american naturalist 136 (5), 569-580, 1990
1621990
Environment‐dependent reversal of a life history trade‐off in the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus
FJ Messina, JD Fry
Journal of evolutionary biology 16 (3), 501-509, 2003
1462003
Multilocus models of sympatric speciation: Bush versus Rice versus Felsenstein
JD Fry
Evolution 57 (8), 1735-1746, 2003
1442003
New estimates of the rates and effects of mildly deleterious mutation in Drosophila melanogaster
JD Fry, PD Keightley, SL Heinsohn, SV Nuzhdin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (2), 574-579, 1999
1411999
Mutational collapse of fitness in marginal habitats and the evolution of ecological specialisation
TJ Kawecki, NH Barton, JD Fry
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 10 (3), 407-429, 1997
1371997
The genomic location of sexually antagonistic variation: some cautionary comments
JD Fry
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (5), 1510-1516, 2010
1362010
The" general vigor" problem: can antagonistic pleiotropy be detected when genetic covariances are positive?
JD Fry
Evolution 47 (1), 327-333, 1993
1281993
Detecting ecological trade‐offs using selection experiments
JD Fry
Ecology 84 (7), 1672-1678, 2003
1182003
Genotype-environment interaction at quantitative trait loci affecting sensory bristle number in Drosophila melanogaster
MC Gurganus, JD Fry, SV Nuzhdin, EG Pasyukova, RF Lyman, ...
Genetics 149 (4), 1883-1898, 1998
1171998
THE CONTRIBUTION OF NEW MUTATIONS TO GENOTYPE‐ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION FOR FITNESS IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER
JD Fry, SL Heinsohn, TFC Mackay
Evolution 50 (6), 2316-2327, 1996
1141996
Polygenic mutation in Drosophila melanogaster: estimates from response to selection of inbred strains.
TF Mackay, JD Fry, RF Lyman, SV Nuzhdin
Genetics 136 (3), 937-951, 1994
1061994
Estimation of genetic variances and covariances by restricted maximum likelihood using PROC MIXED
JD Fry
Genetic analysis of complex traits using SAS, 11-34, 2004
1032004
Evolutionary adaptation to host plants in a laboratory population of the phytophagous mite Tetranychus urticae Koch
JD Fry
Oecologia 81 (4), 559-565, 1989
991989
Genetic variation and causes of genotype-environment interaction in the body size of blue tit (Parus caeruleus)
J Merilš, JD Fry
Genetics 148 (3), 1233-1244, 1998
881998
Effects of a locus affecting floral pigmentation in Ipomoea purpurea on female fitness components.
MD Rausher, JD Fry
Genetics 134 (4), 1237-1247, 1993
831993
Epistatic interactions between smell-impaired loci in Drosophila melanogaster
GM Fedorowicz, JD Fry, RRH Anholt, TFC Mackay
Genetics 148 (4), 1885-1891, 1998
811998
Widespread correlations between dominance and homozygous effects of mutations: implications for theories of dominance
N Phadnis, JD Fry
Genetics 171 (1), 385-392, 2005
782005
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