Kathryn Stewart
Kathryn Stewart
Assistant Professor, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Leiden University
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Understanding the effects of biotic and abiotic factors on sources of aquatic environmental DNA
K Stewart
Biodiversity and Conservation, 2019
Stress, song and survival in sparrows
SA MacDougall-Shackleton, L Dindia, AEM Newman, DA Potvin, ...
Biology letters 5 (6), 746-748, 2009
Rapid biodegradation of atrazine by Ensifer sp. strain and its degradation genes
L Ma, S Chen, J Yuan, P Yang, Y Liu, K Stewart
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 116, 133-140, 2017
Trade‐offs between reducing complex terminology and producing accurate interpretations from environmental DNA: Comment on “Environmental DNA: What's behind the term?” by …
N Rodriguez‐Ezpeleta, O Morissette, CW Bean, S Manu, P Banerjee, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (19), 4601-4605, 2021
Evaluating monitoring options for conservation: comparing traditionaland environmental DNA tools for a critically endangered mammal
C Qu, K Stewart
The Science of Nature 106, 2019
Using environmental DNA to assess population-wide spatiotemporal reserve use
JZ Kathryn Stewart, Hongjuan Ma, Jinsong Zheng
Conservation Biology, 2017
Characterization, optimization, and validation of environmental DNA (eDNA) markers to detect an endangered aquatic mammal
H Ma, K Stewart, S Lougheed, J Zheng, Y Wang, J Zhao
Conservation Genetics Resources 8, 561-568, 2016
Local song elements indicate local genotypes and predict physiological condition in song sparrows Melospiza melodia
KA Stewart, EA MacDougall-Shackleton
Biology Letters 4 (3), 240-242, 2008
The rich get richer: song complexity predicts song element sharing and song output in song sparrows Melospiza melodia
EA MacDougall-Shackleton, KA Stewart, DA Potvin, E Tennenhouse
Animal Behaviour 78 (1), 141-146, 2009
Plant–animal interactions in the era of environmental DNA (eDNA)—a review
P Banerjee, KA Stewart, CM Antognazza, IV Bunholi, K Deiner, ...
Environmental DNA 4 (5), 987-999, 2022
Contact zone dynamics during early stages of speciation in a chorus frog (Pseudacris crucifer)
KA Stewart, JD Austin, KR Zamudio, SC Lougheed
Heredity 116 (2), 239-247, 2016
Comparing fish prey diversity for a critically endangered aquatic mammal in a reserve and the wild using eDNA metabarcoding
C Qu, KA Stewart, R Clemente-Carvalho, J Zheng, Y Wang, C Gong, L Ma, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 16715, 2020
Extensive variation in sperm morphology in a frog with no sperm competition
KA Stewart, R Wang, R Montgomerie
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16, 1-11, 2016
Testing for intraspecific postzygotic isolation between cryptic lineages of Pseudacris crucifer
KA Stewart, SC Lougheed
Ecology and Evolution 3 (14), 4621-4630, 2013
Leveraging eDNA to expand the study of hybrid zones
KA Stewart, SA Taylor
Molecular Ecology 29 (15), 2768-2776, 2020
Can alternative mating tactics facilitate introgression across a hybrid zone by circumventing female choice?
KA Stewart, CM Hudson, SC Lougheed
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (2), 412-421, 2017
The role of genetic diversity in the evolution and maintenance of environmentally-cued, male alternative reproductive tactics
KA Stewart, R Draaijer, MR Kolasa, IM Smallegange
BMC Evolutionary Biology 19, 1-10, 2019
Environmental DNA and its application in protecting aquatic ecosystems.
H Ma, K Stewart, L Ma, W Ren, Z Jianfu
Chinese Journal of Ecology 35 (2), 516-523, 2015
Environmental DNA analysis as an emerging non-destructive method for plant biodiversity monitoring: a review
P Banerjee, KA Stewart, G Dey, CM Antognazza, RK Sharma, JP Maity, ...
AoB Plants 14 (4), plac031, 2022
Evidence for a third male type in a male-dimorphic model species
KA Stewart, TPG Van den Beuken, FT Rhebergen, JA Deere, ...
Ecology 99 (7), 1685-1687, 2018
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