Karen Marsh
Karen Marsh
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TitleCited byYear
The detoxification limitation hypothesis: where did it come from and where is it going?
KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, RL Andrew, WJ Foley
Journal of chemical ecology 32 (6), 1247-1266, 2006
1072006
Conflicting demands on detoxification pathways influence how common brushtail possums choose their diets
KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, S McLean, JS Sorensen, WJ Foley
Ecology 87 (8), 2103-2112, 2006
882006
Differential susceptibility to Eucalyptus secondary compounds explains feeding by the common ringtail (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) and common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula)
KJ Marsh, WJ Foley, A Cowling, IR Wallis
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 173 (1), 69-78, 2003
762003
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, 549-575, 2004
622004
Detoxification rates constrain feeding in common brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula)
KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, WJ Foley
Ecology 86 (11), 2946-2954, 2005
562005
Behavioural contributions to the regulated intake of plant secondary metabolites in koalas
KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, WJ Foley
Oecologia 154 (2), 283-290, 2007
522007
The effect of inactivating tannins on the intake of Eucalyptus foliage by a specialist Eucalyptus folivore (Pseudocheirus peregrinus) and a generalist herbivore (Trichosurus …
KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, WJ Foley
Australian Journal of Zoology 51 (1), 31-42, 2003
522003
Sideroxylonal in Eucalyptus foliage influences foraging behaviour of an arboreal folivore
NL Wiggins, KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, WJ Foley, C McArthur
Oecologia 147 (2), 272-279, 2006
462006
A chemical perspective on the evolution of variation in Eucalyptus globulus
IR Wallis, A Keszei, ML Henery, GF Moran, R Forrester, J Maintz, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13 (4), 305-318, 2011
332011
The effect of plant secondary metabolites on the interplay between the internal and external environments of marsupial folivores
JL DeGabriel, BD Moore, KJ Marsh, WJ Foley
Chemoecology 20 (2), 97-108, 2010
272010
Feeding rates of a mammalian browser confirm the predictions of a ‘foodscape’model of its habitat
KJ Marsh, BD Moore, IR Wallis, WJ Foley
Oecologia 174 (3), 873-882, 2014
252014
A metabolomic approach to identifying chemical mediators of mammal–plant interactions
DJ Tucker, IR Wallis, JM Bolton, KJ Marsh, AA Rosser, IM Brereton, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 36 (7), 727-735, 2010
252010
Whole-body protein turnover reveals the cost of detoxification of secondary metabolites in a vertebrate browser
J Au, KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, WJ Foley
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 183 (7), 993-1003, 2013
232013
Translating physiological signals to changes in feeding behaviour in mammals and the future effects of global climate change
BD Moore, NL Wiggins, KJ Marsh, MD Dearing, WJ Foley
Animal Production Science 55 (3), 272-283, 2015
142015
Four species of arboreal folivore show differential tolerance to a secondary metabolite
LM Jensen, IR Wallis, KJ Marsh, BD Moore, NL Wiggins, WJ Foley
Oecologia 176 (1), 251-258, 2014
122014
Diet selection in marsupial folivores of Eucalyptus: the role of plant secondary metabolites
WJ Foley, IR Lawler, BD Moore, KJ Marsh, IR Wallis
Surrey Beatty & Sons, 2004
112004
Continuous monitoring of feeding by koalas highlights diurnal differences in tree preferences
KJ Marsh, BD Moore, IR Wallis, WJ Foley
Wildlife Research 40 (8), 639-646, 2014
102014
Genus-wide variation in foliar polyphenolics in eucalypts
KJ Marsh, C Kulheim, SP Blomberg, AH Thornhill, JT Miller, IR Wallis, ...
Phytochemistry 144, 197-207, 2017
92017
Taught by animals: how understanding diet selection leads to better zoo diets
BD Moore, KJ Marsh, IR Wallis, WJ Foley
International zoo yearbook 39 (1), 43-61, 2005
72005
A hot lunch for herbivores: physiological effects of elevated temperatures on mammalian feeding ecology
PK Beale, KJ Marsh, WJ Foley, BD Moore
Biological Reviews 93 (1), 674-692, 2018
62018
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