Ben Moore
Ben Moore
Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University
Verified email at westernsydney.edu.au - Homepage
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Explaining intraspecific diversity in plant secondary metabolites in an ecological context
BD Moore, RL Andrew, C Külheim, WJ Foley
New Phytologist 201 (3), 733-750, 2014
2612014
Tree use by koalas in a chemically complex landscape
BD Moore, WJ Foley
Nature 435 (7041), 488-490, 2005
1772005
The effects of plant defensive chemistry on nutrient availability predict reproductive success in a mammal
JL DeGabriel, BD Moore, WJ Foley, CN Johnson
Ecology 90 (3), 711-719, 2009
1582009
Putting plant resistance traits on the map: a test of the idea that plants are better defended at lower latitudes
AT Moles, IR Wallis, WJ Foley, DI Warton, JC Stegen, AJ Bisigato, ...
New Phytologist 191 (3), 777-788, 2011
1432011
Plant secondary metabolites and vertebrate herbivores–from physiological regulation to ecosystem function
WJ Foley, BD Moore
Current opinion in plant biology 8 (4), 430-435, 2005
1142005
Antiherbivore Chemistry of Eucalyptus--Cues and Deterrents for Marsupial Folivores
BD Moore, IR Wallis, J Palá-Paúl, JJ Brophy, RH Willis, WJ Foley
Journal of chemical ecology 30 (9), 1743-1769, 2004
1142004
Revisiting the dietary niche: when is a mammalian herbivore a specialist?
LA Shipley, JS Forbey, BD Moore
Integrative and Comparative Biology 49 (3), 274-290, 2009
1062009
Correlations between physical and chemical defences in plants: tradeoffs, syndromes, or just many different ways to skin a herbivorous cat?
AT Moles, B Peco, IR Wallis, WJ Foley, AGB Poore, EW Seabloom, ...
New Phytologist 198 (1), 252-263, 2013
1042013
A simple, integrative assay to quantify nutritional quality of browses for herbivores
JL DeGabriel, IR Wallis, BD Moore, WJ Foley
Oecologia 156 (1), 107-116, 2008
942008
Palatability mapping: a koala's eye view of spatial variation in habitat quality
BD Moore, IR Lawler, IR Wallis, CM Beale, WJ Foley
Ecology 91 (11), 3165-3176, 2010
932010
Eucalyptus foliar chemistry explains selective feeding by koalas
BD Moore, WJ Foley, IR Wallis, A Cowling, KA Handasyde
Biology Letters 1 (1), 64-67, 2005
872005
Foliar nutrition, site quality, and temperature influence foliar chemistry of tallowwood (Eucalyptus microcorys)
BD Moore, IR Wallis, JT Wood, WJ Foley
Ecological Monographs 74 (4), 553-568, 2004
812004
A review of feeding and diet selection in koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus)
BD Moore, WJ Foley
Australian Journal of Zoology 48 (3), 317-333, 2000
812000
The role of nutrition in the conservation of the marsupial folivores of eucalypt forests
BD Moore, IR Wallis, KJ Marsh, WJ Foley
Conservation of Australia’s forest fauna 2 (1), 549-75, 2004
662004
Do multiple herbivores maintain chemical diversity of Scots pine monoterpenes?
GR Iason, JM O'Reilly-Wapstra, MJ Brewer, RW Summers, BD Moore
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
562011
Translating nutritional ecology from the laboratory to the field: milestones in linking plant chemistry to population regulation in mammalian browsers
JL DeGabriel, BD Moore, AM Felton, JU Ganzhorn, C Stolter, IR Wallis, ...
Oikos 123 (3), 298-308, 2014
552014
Metabolites of dietary 1, 8-cineole in the male koala (Phascolarctos cinereus)
R Boyle, S McLean, W Foley, NW Davies, EJ Peacock, B Moore
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology …, 2001
462001
Use of expert knowledge to elicit population trends for the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus)
C Adams‐Hosking, MF McBride, G Baxter, M Burgman, D De Villiers, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (3), 249-262, 2016
452016
Fate of the dietary terpene, p-cymene, in the male koala
R Boyle, S McLean, WJ Foley, BD Moore, NW Davies, S Brandon
Journal of Chemical Ecology 26 (5), 1095-1111, 2000
432000
Shrub encroachment is linked to extirpation of an apex predator
CE Gordon, DJ Eldridge, WJ Ripple, MS Crowther, BD Moore, M Letnic
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (1), 147-157, 2017
392017
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