Publications

Innes, S., Kooyers, N.J., Olsen, K. M., Johnson, M.T.J. Evolution in response to climate in the native and introduced ranges of a globally distributed plant. Evolution (In review)

Santangelo, J.S., Advendard, C., Rivkin, L.R., Thompson, K.A. 2020 Multivariate phenotypic divergence along an urbanization gradient Biology Letters (in press)

Rivkin, L.R., Nhan, V.J., Weis, A.E. & Johnson, M.T.J. 2020 Variation in pollinator-mediated plant reproduction across an urbanization gradient. Oecologia, 192: 1073-1083

Fitzpatrick, C.R., Mustafa, Z., Viliunas, J. 2019 Soil microbes alter plant fitness under competition and drought. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 32: 438-450.

Santangelo, J.S., Thompson, K.A., Johnson, M.T.J. 2019 Herbivores, pollinators, and plant defences alter natural selection on plant reproductive traits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 32: 4-18

Anstett, D.N., Cheval, I., D’Souza, C., Salminen, J.-P., Johnson, M.T.J. 2019 Ellagitannins from the Onagraceae decrease the performance of generalist and specialist herbivores Journal of Chemical Ecology 45:86-94

Anstett, D.N., Ahern, J.R., Johnson, M.T.J., Salminen, J.-P. 2018 Testing for latitudinal gradients in defence at a macroevolutionary scale. Evolution 72:2129-2143

Didiano, T.J., Johnson, M.T.J., Duval, T. 2018 Response of herbaceous wetland plant species to changing precipitation regimes. Ecohydrology 11:e2030

Fitzpatrick, C.R., Lu-Irving, P., Copeland, J., Guttman, D.S., Wang, P.W., Baltrus, D.A., Dlugosch, K.M., Johnson, M.T.J. 2018 Chloroplast sequence variation and the efficacy of peptide nucleic acids for blocking host amplification in plant microbiome studies. Microbiome 6:144

Fitzpatrick, C.R., Anstett, D., Mikhailitchenko, A., Johnson, M.T.J. 2018 The influence of range-wide plant genetic variation on soil invertebrate communities. Ecography 41: 1135-1146.

Fitzpatrick, C.R., Copeland, J., Wang, P.W., Guttman, D.S., Kotanen, P.M., Johnson, M.T.J., 2018 Assembly and ecological function of the root microbiome across angiosperm plant species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 115: E1157-E1165

Fitzpatrick, C.R., Gehant, L., Kotanen, P.M., Johnson, M.T.J. 2017 Phylogenetic relatedness, phenotypic similarity, and plant-soil feedbacks. Journal of Ecology 105: 786-800

Thompson, K.A., Renaudin, M., Johnson, M.T.J. 2016 Urbanization drives the evolution of parallel clines in plant populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283: 20162180

Anstett, D., Chen, W., Johnson, M.T.J. 2016 Latitudinal gradients in induced and constitutive resistance against herbivores. Journal of Chemical Ecology 42: 772-781

Thompson, K.A., Johnson, M.T.J. 2016 Antiherbivore defences alter natural selection on plant reproductive traits. Evolution 70: 796-810

Anstett, D.N., Ahern, J., Salminen, J.-P., Johnson, M.T.J. 2015 Can genetically based clines in plant defence explain greater herbivory at higher latitudes. Ecology Letters 18: 1376-1386

Turcotte, M.M., Lochab, A.K., Turley, N.E., Johnson, M.T.J. 2015 Plant domestication slows pest evolution. Ecology Letters 18: 907-915

Fitzpatrick, C.R., Agrawal, A.A., Basiliko, N., Hastings, A.P., Isaac, M.E., Preston, M., Johnson, M.T.J. 2015 The importance of plant genotype and contemporary evolution for terrestrial ecosystem processes. Ecology 96: 2632-2642

Santangelo, J.S., Turley, N.E., Johnson, M.T.J. 2015 Fungal endophytes of Festuca rubra increase in frequency following long-term exclusion of rabbits. Botany 93: 233-241

Godfrey, R.M., Johnson, M.T.J. 2014 Effects of functionally asexual reproduction on quantitative genetic variation in the evening primroses (Oenothera, Onagraceae). American Journal of Botany. 101:1906-1914.

Turcotte, M.M., Turley, N.E., Johnson, M.T.J. 2014 The impact of domestication on resistance to two generalist herbivores across 29 independent domestication events. New Phytologist 204: 671-681.

Didiano, T.J., Turley, N.E., Everwand, G., Schaeffer, H., Crawley, M.J., Johnson, M.T.J. 2014 Long-term herbivore exclusion drives plant defense evolution in multiple species. Journal of Ecology. 102:584-594.