Andrew P Hendry


Affiliation: McGill University
Country: Canada


  1. Hendry A, Morbey Y, Berg O, Wenburg J. Adaptive variation in senescence: reproductive lifespan in a wild salmon population. Proc Biol Sci. 2004;271:259-66 pubmed
    ..Because reproductive trade-offs should be almost universal and selection acting on them should typically vary in time and space, the mechanism described herein may explain much of the natural variation in senescence. ..
  2. Hendry A, Kaeuffer R, Crispo E, Peichel C, Bolnick D. Evolutionary inferences from the analysis of exchangeability. Evolution. 2013;67:3429-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that analyses based on exchangeability can confirm inferences based on statistical analyses of means or frequencies, while also refining insights into the drivers of-and constraints on-evolutionary diversification. ..
  3. Skovmand L, Xu C, Servedio M, Nosil P, Barrett R, Hendry A. Keystone Genes. Trends Ecol Evol. 2018;33:689-700 pubmed publisher
    ..Although likely rare, KGs and other EIGs could dominate certain ecological processes; thus, their discovery and study are relevant for understanding eco-evolutionary dynamics. ..
  4. Hendry A. Key Questions on the Role of Phenotypic Plasticity in Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics. J Hered. 2016;107:25-41 pubmed publisher
    ..In summary, plasticity needs to be an integral part of any conceptual framework and empirical investigation of eco-evolutionary dynamics. ..
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    Hendry A, Kelly M, Kinnison M, Reznick D. Parallel evolution of the sexes? Effects of predation and habitat features on the size and shape of wild guppies. J Evol Biol. 2006;19:741-54 pubmed
  6. Hendry A, Farrugia T, Kinnison M. Human influences on rates of phenotypic change in wild animal populations. Mol Ecol. 2008;17:20-9 pubmed publisher
    ..In short, humans are an important agent driving phenotypic change in contemporary populations. Although these changes sometimes have a genetic basis, our analyses suggest a particularly important contribution from phenotypic plasticity. ..
  7. Hendry A, Hudson K, Walker J, Räsänen K, Chapman L. Genetic divergence in morphology-performance mapping between Misty Lake and inlet stickleback. J Evol Biol. 2011;24:23-35 pubmed publisher
    ..Based on these observations, we advance a hypothesis for why populations adapting to different environments should show adaptive genetic divergence in morphology-performance mapping. ..
  8. Hendry A, Grant P, Rosemary Grant B, Ford H, Brewer M, Podos J. Possible human impacts on adaptive radiation: beak size bimodality in Darwin's finches. Proc Biol Sci. 2006;273:1887-94 pubmed
    ..Human activities may negatively impact diversification in 'young' adaptive radiations, perhaps by altering adaptive landscapes...