James D Thomson
James D Thomson
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
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TitleCited byYear
Pollination syndromes and floral specialization
CB Fenster, WS Armbruster, P Wilson, MR Dudash, JD Thomson
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 35, 375-403, 2004
15852004
Flower constancy, insect psychology, and plant evolution
L Chittka, JD Thomson, NM Waser
Naturwissenschaften 86 (8), 361-377, 1999
5661999
Evolutionary options for maximizing pollen dispersal of animal-pollinated plants
LD Harder, JD Thomson
The American Naturalist 133 (3), 323-344, 1989
4651989
Untangling multiple factors in spatial distributions: lilies, gophers, and rocks
JD Thomson, G Weiblen, BA Thomson, S Alfaro, P Legendre
Ecology 77 (6), 1698-1715, 1996
4031996
Pollen carryover, nectar rewards, and pollinator behavior with special reference to Diervilla lonicera
JD Thomson, RC Plowright
Oecologia 46 (1), 68-74, 1980
3421980
Plight of the bumble bee: pathogen spillover from commercial to wild populations
SR Colla, MC Otterstatter, RJ Gegear, JD Thomson
Biological conservation 129 (4), 461-467, 2006
3112006
Biocompatibility of diamond-like carbon coating
LA Thomson, FC Law, N Rushton, J Franks
Biomaterials 12 (1), 37-40, 1991
3071991
Heterogeneity among floral visitors leads to discordance between removal and deposition of pollen
P Wilson, JD Thomson
Ecology 72 (4), 1503-1507, 1991
2761991
Pollen transport and deposition by bumble bees in Erythronium: influences of floral nectar and bee grooming
JD Thomson
The Journal of Ecology, 329-341, 1986
2601986
Cognitive ecology of pollination: animal behaviour and floral evolution
L Chittka, JD Thomson
Cambridge University Press, 2001
2402001
Spatial and temporal components of resource assessment by flower-feeding insects
JD Thomson
Journal of Animal Ecology 50 (1), 49-59, 1981
2091981
‘Anti‐bee’ and ‘pro‐bird’ changes during the evolution of hummingbird pollination in Penstemon flowers
MC Castellanos, P Wilson, JD Thomson
Journal of evolutionary biology 17 (4), 876-885, 2004
1972004
Pollen removal and deposition by honeybee and bumblebee visitors to apple and almond flowers
JD Thomson, K Goodell
Journal of Applied ecology 38 (5), 1032-1044, 2001
1972001
Selection for outcrossing, sexual selection, and the evolution of dioecy in plants
JD Thomson, SCH Barrett
The American Naturalist 118 (3), 443-449, 1981
1971981
Beyond floral Batemania: gender biases in selection for pollination success
P Wilson, JD Thomson, ML Stanton, LP Rigney
The American Naturalist 143 (2), 283-296, 1994
1951994
Effects of variation in inflorescence size and floral rewards on the visitation rates of traplining pollinators ofAralia hispida
JD Thomson
Evolutionary Ecology 2 (1), 65-76, 1988
1891988
Pollen transfer by hummingbirds and bumblebees, and the divergence of pollination modes in Penstemon
MC Castellanos, P Wilson, JD Thomson
Evolution 57 (12), 2742-2752, 2003
1882003
Hypotheses for the evolution of dioecy in seed plants
JD Thomson, J Brunet
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 5 (1), 11-16, 1990
1871990
An examination of synchrony between insect emergence and flowering in Rocky Mountain meadows
JRK Forrest, JD Thomson
Ecological Monographs 81 (3), 469-491, 2011
1722011
Effects of stand composition on insect visitation in two-species mixtures of Hieracium
JD Thomson
American Midland Naturalist, 431-440, 1978
1681978
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