Mark Forbes
Mark Forbes
Professor of Biology
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TitleCited byYear
Fluctuating asymmetry as a bioindicator of stress: comparing efficacy of analyses involving multiple traits
B Leung, MR Forbes, D Houle
The American Naturalist 155 (1), 101-115, 2000
3592000
Male biases in parasitism of mammals: effects of study type, host age, and parasite taxon
G Schalk, MR Forbes
Oikos 78 (1), 67-74, 1997
2731997
Parasitism and host reproductive effort
MRL Forbes
Oikos, 444-450, 1993
2581993
Fluctuating asymmetry in relation to stress and fitness: effects of trait type as revealed by meta-analysis
B Leung, MR Forbes
Ecoscience 3 (4), 400-413, 1996
2081996
Females have a larger hippocampus than males in the brood-parasitic brown-headed cowbird
DF Sherry, MR Forbes, M Khurgel, GO Ivy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (16), 7839-7843, 1993
2051993
Natal philopatry in passerine birds: genetic or ecological influences?
PJ Weatherhead, MRL Forbes
Behavioral Ecology 5 (4), 426-433, 1994
1971994
Host range and local parasite adaptation
MJ Lajeunesse, MR Forbes
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
1792002
Sex-biased parasitism of avian hosts: relations to blood parasite taxon and mating system
DG McCurdy, D Shutler, A Mullie, MR Forbes
Oikos, 303-312, 1998
1691998
Modelling fluctuating asymmetry in relation to stress and fitness
B Leung, MR Forbes
Oikos, 397-405, 1997
1501997
Variable reporting and quantitative reviews: a comparison of three meta‐analytical techniques
MJ Lajeunesse, MR Forbes
Ecology Letters 6 (5), 448-454, 2003
1262003
Risk-taking by female ducks: intra-and interspecific tests of nest defense theory
MRL Forbes, RG Clark, PJ Weatherhead, T Armstrong
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 34 (2), 79-85, 1994
991994
Condition and fecundity of the damselfly, Enallagma ebrium (Hagen): the importance of ectoparasites
MRL Forbes, RL Baker
Oecologia 86 (3), 335-341, 1991
991991
Host race formation in the Acari
S Magalhăes, MR Forbes, A Skoracka, M Osakabe, C Chevillon, ...
Experimental and Applied Acarology 42 (4), 225-238, 2007
982007
Sex ratios, mating behavior and sexual size dimorphism of the northern water snake, Nerodia sipedon
PJ Weatherhead, FE Barry, GP Brown, MRL Forbes
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36 (5), 301-311, 1995
921995
Ectoparasites and mating success of male Enallagma ebrium damselflies (Odonata: Coenagrionidae)
MRL Forbes
Oikos, 336-342, 1991
911991
Seabirds as indicators of aquatic ecosystem conditions: A case for gathering multiple proxies of seabird health
ML Mallory, SA Robinson, CE Hebert, MR Forbes
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (1), 7-12, 2010
852010
Fluctuating asymmetry in relation to indices of quality and fitness in the damselfly, Enallagmaebrium (Hagen)
B Leung, MR Forbes
Oecologia 110 (4), 472-477, 1997
801997
Costs of reproduction in a long-lived bird: large clutch size is associated with low survival in the presence of a highly virulent disease
S Descamps, HG Gilchrist, J Bęty, EI Buttler, MR Forbes
Biology Letters 5 (2), 278-281, 2009
762009
Chromosome segregation
DJ Sherratt, IF Lau, FX avier Barre
Current opinion in microbiology 4 (6), 653-659, 2001
762001
Immune expression in a damselfly is related to time of season, not to fluctuating asymmetry or host size
CP Yourth, MR Forbes, BP Smith
Ecological Entomology 27 (1), 123-128, 2002
702002
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