Matthew Christmas
Matthew Christmas
Post-doctoral researcher, Uppsala University
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TitleCited byYear
Constraints to and conservation implications for climate change adaptation in plants
MJ Christmas, MF Breed, AJ Lowe
Conservation Genetics 17 (2), 305-320, 2016
442016
Finding needles in a genomic haystack: targeted capture identifies clear signatures of selection in a nonmodel plant species
MJ Christmas, E Biffin, MF Breed, AJ Lowe
Molecular Ecology 25 (17), 4216-4233, 2016
182016
Individual choice of building material for nest construction by worker ants and the collective outcome for their colony
AS Aleksiev, B Longdon, MJ Christmas, AB Sendova-Franks, NR Franks
Animal Behaviour 74 (3), 559-566, 2007
182007
Higher levels of multiple paternities increase seedling survival in the long-lived tree Eucalyptus gracilis
MF Breed, MJ Christmas, AJ Lowe
Plos one 9 (2), e90478, 2014
172014
Bioclimatic transect networks: Powerful observatories of ecological change
S Caddy‐Retalic, AN Andersen, MJ Aspinwall, MF Breed, M Byrne, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (13), 4607-4619, 2017
112017
Leaf trait associations with environmental variation in the wide‐ranging shrub Dodonaea viscosa subsp. angustissima (Sapindaceae)
Z Baruch, MJ Christmas, MF Breed, GR Guerin, S Caddy‐Retalic, ...
Austral Ecology 42 (5), 553-561, 2017
92017
Global change community ecology beyond species‐sorting: a quantitative framework based on mediterranean‐biome examples
GR Guerin, I Martín‐Forés, E Biffin, Z Baruch, MF Breed, MJ Christmas, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 23 (10), 1062-1072, 2014
92014
Targeted capture to assess neutral genomic variation in the narrow-leaf hopbush across a continental biodiversity refugium
MJ Christmas, E Biffin, MF Breed, AJ Lowe
Scientific reports 7, 41367, 2017
82017
Transcriptome sequencing, annotation and polymorphism detection in the hop bush, Dodonaea viscosa
MJ Christmas, E Biffin, AJ Lowe
BMC Genomics 16 (1), 803, 2015
72015
Individual and collective choice: parallel prospecting and mining in ants
AS Aleksiev, B Longdon, MJ Christmas, AB Sendova-Franks, NR Franks
Naturwissenschaften 95 (4), 301-305, 2008
72008
Chromosomal inversions associated with environmental adaptation in honeybees
MJ Christmas, A Wallberg, I Bunikis, A Olsson, O Wallerman, MT Webster
Molecular ecology 28 (6), 1358-1374, 2019
22019
Adaptation along a climatic gradient: Is trait plasticity or genetic adaptation responsible in the narrow-leaf hop-bush'Dodonaea viscosa'ssp.'angustissima'?; A lesson in …
MJ Christmas
South Australian Naturalist, The 89 (1), 27, 2015
12015
Extreme differences in recombination rate between the genomes of a solitary and a social bee
JC Jones, A Wallberg, MJ Christmas, KM Kapheim, MT Webster
Molecular biology and evolution, 2019
2019
Social parasitism in the honeybee (Apis mellifera) is not controlled by a single SNP
MJ Christmas, N Smith, BP Oldroyd, MT Webster
Molecular biology and evolution, 2019
2019
The genomic basis of adaptation to high‐altitude habitats in the eastern honey bee (Apis cerana)
S Montero‐Mendieta, K Tan, MJ Christmas, A Olsson, C Vilŕ, A Wallberg, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (4), 746-760, 2019
2019
Disentangling the evolutionary history of three related shrub species using genome-wide molecular markers
D Kireta, MJ Christmas, AJ Lowe, MF Breed
Conservation Genetics, 1-12, 2019
2019
Measuring genome-wide genetic variation to reassess subspecies classifications in Dodonaea viscosa (Sapindaceae)
MJ Christmas, E Biffin, AJ Lowe
Australian Journal of Botany 66 (4), 287-297, 2018
2018
Functional acclimation across microgeographic scales in Dodonaea viscosa
Z Baruch, AR Jones, KE Hill, FA McInerney, C Blyth, S Caddy-Retalic, ...
AoB Plants 10 (3), ply029, 2018
2018
Projected climate change implications for the South Australian flora
GR Guerin, MJ Christmas, B Sparrow, AJ Lowe
Swainsona 30, 25-31, 2018
2018
Assessing genomic variation in the hopbush, Dodonaea viscosa, to investigate micro-evolution and adaptation
MJ Christmas
2016
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