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Samuel Scheiner

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Scheiner SM, Barfield M, Holt RD. (2021). The evolution of habitat construction with and without phenotypic plasticity. Evolution; international journal of organic evolution

Kosman E, Scheiner SM, Gregorius HR. (2020). Severe limitations of the FEve metric of functional evenness and some alternative metrics. Ecology and evolution, 11(1)

Scheiner SM, Barfield M, Holt RD. (2020). The genetics of phenotypic plasticity. XVII. Response to climate change. Evolutionary Applications, 13(2)

Evsey Kosman, Kevin R. Burgio Steven J. Presley Michael R. Willig Samuel M. Scheiner. (2019). Conservation prioritization based on trait‐based metrics illustrated with global parrot distributions. Diversity and Distributions, 25(7)

Samuel M Scheiner, Robert D Holt. (2019). Evidential Statistics in Model and Theory Development. Front. Ecol. Evol

Samuel M. Scheiner. (2019). A compilation of and typology for abundance-, phylogenetic-and functional-based diversity metrics. bioRxiv

Scheiner SM. (2018). The genetics of phenotypic plasticity. XVI. Interactions among traits and the flow of information. Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 72(11)

Scheiner SM, Barfield M, Holt RD. (2017). The genetics of phenotypic plasticity. XV. Genetic assimilation, the Baldwin effect, and evolutionary rescue. Ecology and Evolution, 7(21)

Scheiner SM, Kosman E, Presley SJ, Willig MR. (2017). The components of biodiversity, with a particular focus on phylogenetic information. Ecology and Evolution, 7(16)

Weber DS, Alroy KA, Scheiner SM. (2017). Phylogenetic Insight into Zika and Emerging Viruses for a Perspective on Potential Hosts. EcoHealth, 14(2)

Weber DS, Alroy KA, Scheiner SM. (2017). Correction to: Phylogenetic Insight into Zika and Emerging Viruses for a Perspective on Potential Hosts. EcoHealth, 14(4)

Steven J Presley, Laura M Cisneros, Christopher L Higgins, Brian T Klingbeil, Samuel M Scheiner, Michael R Willig. (2017). Phylogenetic and functional underdispersion in Neotropical phyllostomid bat communities. Biotropica, 50(1)

Scheiner SM. (2016). Habitat Choice and Temporal Variation Alter the Balance between Adaptation by Genetic Differentiation, a Jack-of-All-Trades Strategy, and Phenotypic Plasticity. The American naturalist, 187(5)

Scheiner SM. (2016). Advancing meta-analysis beyond simple parameter estimation. Journal of evolutionary biology, 29(10)

Palacio-López K, Beckage B, Scheiner S, Molofsky J. (2015). The ubiquity of phenotypic plasticity in plants: a synthesis. Ecology and evolution, 5(16)

Scheiner SM, Gomulkiewicz R, Holt RD. (2015). The Genetics of Phenotypic Plasticity. XIV. Coevolution. The American naturalist, 185(5)

Scheiner SM. (2014). The genetics of phenotypic plasticity. XIII. Interactions with developmental instability. Ecology and evolution, 4(8)

Scheiner SM. (2014). Bet-hedging as a complex interaction among developmental instability, environmental heterogeneity, dispersal, and life-history strategy. Ecology and evolution, 4(4)

Presley SJ, Scheiner SM, Willig MR. (2014). Evaluation of an integrated framework for biodiversity with a new metric for functional dispersion. PloS one, 9(8)

Zamer WE, Scheiner SM. (2014). A conceptual framework for organismal biology: linking theories, models, and data. Integrative and comparative biology, 54(5)

Scheiner SM. (2013). The genetics of phenotypic plasticity. XII. Temporal and spatial heterogeneity. Ecology and evolution, 3(13)

Tonsor SJ, Elnaccash TW, Scheiner SM. (2013). Developmental instability is genetically correlated with phenotypic plasticity, constraining heritability, and fitness. Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 67(10)

Scheiner SM. (2013). The ecological literature, an idea-free distribution. Ecology letters, 16(12)

Scheiner SM, Barfield M, Holt RD. (2012). The genetics of phenotypic plasticity. XI. Joint evolution of plasticity and dispersal rate. Ecology and evolution, 2(8)

Scheiner SM, Holt RD. (2012). The genetics of phenotypic plasticity. X. Variation versus uncertainty. Ecology and evolution, 2(4)

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