Peer Reviewed Publications

– 2019 –

23) *Hart, S. P., *Turcotte, M.M., & Levine, J.M. Effects of rapid evolution on species coexistence. P.N.A.S. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A, 116 (6): 2112-2117. DOI:10.1073/pnas.1816298116. * authors contributed equally

22) Bruijning, M., Jongejans, E., and Turcotte, M.M. Demographic responses underlying eco-evolutionary dynamics as revealed with inverse modelling. Journal of Animal Ecology. (In Press)

– 2018 – 

21) Milla, R., Bastida, J.M., Turcotte, M.M., et al.  Phylogenetic patterns and phenotypic profiles of the species of plants and mammals farmed for food. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2: 1808-1817 (pdf)

20) Rudman, S.M., Barbour, M.A., Csillery, K., Gienapp, P., Guillaume, F., Hairston Jr., N.G., Hendry, A.P., Lasky, J.R., Rafajlović, M., Räsänen, M., Schmidt, P.S., Seehausen, O., Therkildsen, N.O., Turcotte, M.M., and Levine, J.M. What genomic data can reveal about eco-evolutionary dynamics. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2: 9-15    (pdf)

– 2017 – 

19)  Turcotte, M.M., Araki, H., Karp, D.S., Poveda, K., and Whitehead, S.R. The eco-evolutionary impacts of domestication and agricultural practices on wild species. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B372 (1712):  20160033        (pdf)

18)  Whitehead, S.R., Turcotte, M.M., and Poveda, K. Domestication impacts on plant-herbivore interactions: a meta-analysis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B372 (1712):  20160034         (pdf)

– 2016 – 

17) Turcotte, M.M. and Levine, J.M. Phenotypic plasticity and species coexistence. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 31 (10): 803-813         (pdf)

16) Johnson, M.T.J., Bertrand, J.A., and Turcotte, M.M. Precision and accuracy in quantifying herbivory. Ecological Entomology, 41 (1): 112-121         (pdf)

– 2015 –

15) Turcotte, M.M., Lochab, A.K., Turley, N.E., and Johnson, M.T.J. Plant domestication slows pest evolution. Ecology Letters, 18 (9): 907-915.       (pdf)

14) Milla, R., Osborne, C.P., Turcotte, M.M., Violle, C. Plant domestication through an ecological lens. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 30: 463-469.       (pdf)

13) Gotanda, K.M., Correa, C., Turcotte, M.M., Rolshausen G., and Hendry, A.P. Linking macro-trends and micro-rates: re-evaluating micro-evolutionary support for Cope’s rule.  Evolution, 69: 1345-1354.       (pdf)

– 2014 –

12) 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(3), 671-681.       (pdf)

11) Turcotte, M.M., Davies, T.J., Thomsen, C.J.M., and Johnson, M.T.J. 2014. Macroecological and macroevolutionary patterns of herbivory across vascular plants. Proceedings of the Royal Society: B. Biological Sciences, 281(1787), 20140555.       (pdf)

10) Turcotte, M.M., Thomsen, C.J.M., Broadhead, G.T., Fine, P.V.A., Godfrey, R.M., Lamarre, G.P.A., Meyer, S.T., Richards, L.A., and Johnson, M.T.J. 2014. Percentage leaf herbivory across vascular plants species. Ecology, 95(3), 788-788.       (pdf)    (Metadata and Herbivory Dataset)

– 2013 –

9) Turcotte, M.M., Reznick, D.N. & Hare, J.D. 2013. Experimental Test of an Eco-Evolutionary Dynamic Feedback Loop Between Evolution and Population Density in the Green Peach Aphid. American Naturalist, 181(S1), S46-S57.       (pdf)

– 2012 –

8) Turcotte, M.M., Corrin, M.S.C., Johnson, M.T.J. 2012. Adaptive Evolution in Ecological Communities. PLoS Biology, 10(5): e1001332.       (pdf)

          Selected as Editor’s Pick Please see animations showing how community composition could alter evolutionary outcomes


– 2011 –

7)  Turcotte, M. M. -- Ph.D. ThesisExperimental Tests of Rapid Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in a Plant-Herbivore System.  University of California Riverside. Advisors David. N. Reznick & Daniel J. Hare.       (pdf)

6) Turcotte, M.M., Reznick, D.N. & Hare, J.D. 2011. The Impact of Rapid Evolution on Population Dynamics in the Wild: Experimental Test of Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics.  Ecology Letters, 14(11), 1084-1092.       (pdf)           

            Selected by Faculty of 1000    --    Press Release

5) Turcotte, M.M., Reznick, D.N. & Hare, J.D. 2011. Experimental Assessment of the Impact of Rapid Evolution on Population Dynamics. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 13, 113-131.       (pdf)

4) Sachs, J.L., Essenberg, C.J., and Turcotte, M.M. 2011. New Paradigms for the Evolution of Beneficial Infections. 2011. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 26(4), 202-209.       (pdf)

–  ≤2010  –

3) Bassar, R.D., Lopez-Sepulcre, A., Walsh, M.R., Turcotte, M.M., Torres-Mejia, M., and Reznick, D.N. 2010. Bridging the Gap Between Ecology and Evolution: Integrating Density Regulation and Life-History Evolution. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1206, 17-34.        (pdf)

2) McKellar, A.E., Turcotte, M.M., and Hendry, A.P. 2009. Environmental Factors Influencing Adult Sex Ratio in Trinidadian Guppies. Oecologia, 159 (4), 735-745.       (pdf)   

1) Turcotte, M.M., Pires, M.N., Vrijenhoek, R.C., and Reznick, D.N. 2008. Pre- and Post-Fertilization Maternal Provisioning in Livebearing Fish Species and their Hybrids (Poeciliidae: Poeciliopsis). Functional Ecology, 22 (6), 1118-1124.       (pdf)