Paul Rymer
Paul Rymer
Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University
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The search for loci under selection: trends, biases and progress
CW Ahrens, PD Rymer, A Stow, J Bragg, S Dillon, KDL Umbers, ...
Molecular ecology 27 (6), 1342-1356, 2018
Capturing chloroplast variation for molecular ecology studies: a simple next generation sequencing approach applied to a rainforest tree
H McPherson, M Van der Merwe, SK Delaney, MA Edwards, RJ Henry, ...
BMC ecology 13 (1), 1-11, 2013
The capacity to cope with climate warming declines from temperate to tropical latitudes in two widely distributed Eucalyptus species
JE Drake, MJ Aspinwall, S Pfautsch, PD Rymer, PB Reich, RA Smith, ...
Global Change Biology 21 (1), 459-472, 2015
Reproductive success and pollinator effectiveness differ in common and rare Persoonia species (Proteaceae)
PD Rymer, RJ Whelan, DJ Ayre, PH Weston, KG Russell
Biological Conservation 123 (4), 521-532, 2005
The fate of carbon in a mature forest under carbon dioxide enrichment
M Jiang, BE Medlyn, JE Drake, RA Duursma, IC Anderson, CVM Barton, ...
Nature 580 (7802), 227-231, 2020
Tree hydraulic traits are coordinated and strongly linked to climate‐of‐origin across a rainfall gradient
X Li, CJ Blackman, B Choat, RA Duursma, PD Rymer, BE Medlyn, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 41 (3), 646-660, 2018
Impacts of recent climate change on terrestrial flora and fauna: Some emerging Australian examples
AA Hoffmann, PD Rymer, M Byrne, KX Ruthrof, J Whinam, M McGeoch, ...
Austral Ecology 44 (1), 3-27, 2019
The comparative study of range-wide genetic structure across related, co-distributed rainforest trees reveals contrasting evolutionary histories
M Rossetto, D Crayn, A Ford, P Ridgeway, P Rymer
Australian Journal of Botany 55 (4), 416-424, 2007
Evidence of recent and continuous speciation in a biodiversity hotspot: a population genetic approach in southern African gladioli (Gladiolus; Iridaceae)
PD Rymer, JC Manning, P Goldblatt, MP Powell, V Savolainen
Molecular Ecology 19 (21), 4765-4782, 2010
Genetic adaptation and phenotypic plasticity contribute to greater leaf hydraulic tolerance in response to drought in warmer climates
CJ Blackman, MJ Aspinwall, DT Tissue, PD Rymer
Tree Physiology 37 (5), 583-592, 2017
Standing genomic variation within coding and regulatory regions contributes to the adaptive capacity to climate in a foundation tree species
CW Ahrens, M Byrne, PD Rymer
Molecular Ecology 28 (10), 2502-2516, 2019
Remnant Pachira quinata pasture trees have greater opportunities to self and suffer reduced reproductive success due to inbreeding depression
PD Rymer, M Sandiford, SA Harris, MR Billingham, DH Boshier
Heredity 115 (2), 115-124, 2015
Pollinator behaviour and plant speciation: can assortative mating and disruptive selection maintain distinct floral morphs in sympatry?
PD Rymer, SD Johnson, V Savolainen
New Phytologist 188 (2), 426-436, 2010
Adaptation and acclimation both influence photosynthetic and respiratory temperature responses in Corymbia calophylla
MJ Aspinwall, A Vårhammar, CJ Blackman, MG Tjoelker, C Ahrens, ...
Tree Physiology 37 (8), 1095-1112, 2017
More than iso/anisohydry: hydroscapes integrate plant water use and drought tolerance traits in 10 eucalypt species from contrasting climates
X Li, CJ Blackman, JMR Peters, B Choat, PD Rymer, BE Medlyn, ...
Functional Ecology 33 (6), 1035-1049, 2019
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
Recent phylogeographic structure in a widespread ‘weedy’ Neotropical tree species, Cordia alliodora (Boraginaceae)
PD Rymer, CW Dick, GG Vendramin, A Buonamici, D Boshier
Journal of Biogeography 40 (4), 693-706, 2013
Range size and growth temperature influence Eucalyptus species responses to an experimental heatwave
MJ Aspinwall, S Pfautsch, MG Tjoelker, A Vårhammar, M Possell, ...
Global change biology 25 (5), 1665-1684, 2019
Desiccation time during drought is highly predictable across species of Eucalyptus from contrasting climates
CJ Blackman, X Li, B Choat, PD Rymer, MG De Kauwe, RA Duursma, ...
New Phytologist 224 (2), 632-643, 2019
Aquaporins in the wild: natural genetic diversity and selective pressure in the PIP gene family in five Neotropical tree species
D Audigeos, A Buonamici, L Belkadi, P Rymer, D Boshier, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (1), 1-18, 2010
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