Publications

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Macartney EL, Crean AJ & Bonduriansky R (2017) Adult dietary protein has age‐and context‐dependent effects on male post‐copulatory performance. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 1633-1643

van Oppen M, Gates R, Blackall L, Cantin N, Chakravarti L, Chan W, Cormick C, Crean AJ, Damjanovic K, Epstein H, Harrison P, Jones T, Miller M, Pears R, Peplow L, Raftos D, Schaffelke B, Stewart K, Torda G, Wachenfeld D, Weeks A & Putnam H (2017) Shifting paradigms in restoration of the world’s coral reefs. Global Change Biology 23: 3437–3448

Crean AJ, Adler MI & Bonduriansky R (2016) Seminal fluid and mate choice: new predictions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31: 253-255

Bonduriansky R, Runagall-McNaull A & Crean AJ (2016) The nutritional geometry of parental effects: maternal and paternal macronutrient consumption and offspring phenotype in a neriid fly. Functional Ecology 30:1675-1686

Crean AJ & Marshall DJ (2015) Eggs with larger accessory structures are more likely to be fertilized in both low and high sperm concentrations in Styela plicata (Ascidiaceae). Marine Biology 162: 2251-2256

Runagall-McNaull A, Bonduriansky R & Crean AJ (2015) Dietary protein and lifespan across the metamorphic boundary: protein-restricted larvae develop into short-lived adults. Scientific Reports 5: 11783

Crean AJ & Youngson NA (2015) Both negative and positive data are needed for understanding non-genetic inheritance. Non-Genetic Inheritance 2: 2084-8846

Nicovich PR, Macartney EL, Whan RM & Crean AJ (2015) Measuring sperm movement within the female reproductive tract using Fourier analysis. Microscopy and Microanalysis 21: 256-263

Burke NW, Crean AJ & Bonduriansky R (2015) The role of sexual conflict in the evolution of facultative parthenogenesis: a study on the spiny leaf stick insect. Animal Behaviour 101: 117-127

Crean AJ, Kopps AM & Bonduriansky R (2014) Revisiting telegony: offspring inherit an acquired characteristic of their mother’s previous mate. Ecology Letters 17: 1545-1552

Crean AJ & Bonduriansky R (2014) What is a paternal effect? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29: 554-549

Crean AJ, Dwyer JM & Marshall DJ (2013) Adaptive paternal effects? Experimental evidence that the paternal environment affects offspring performance. Ecology 94: 2575-2582

Sentinella AT, Crean AJ & Bonduriansky R (2013) Dietary protein mediates a trade‐off between larval survival and the development of male secondary sexual traits. Functional Ecology 27: 1134–1144

Kopps AM, Bonduriansky R, Gilchrist AS & Crean AJ (2013) Isolation and characterisation of polymorphic microsatellite loci for the neriid fly Telostylinus angusticollis using MiSeq sequencing. Australian Journal of Zoology 60: 388-391

Crean AJ, Dwyer JM & Marshall DJ (2012) Fertilization is not a new beginning: the relationship between sperm longevity and offspring performance. PLoS One 7 e49167

Bonduriansky R, Crean AJ & Day T (2012) The implications of nongenetic inheritance for evolution in changing environments. Evolutionary Applications 5:192-201

Crean AJ, Monro K & Marshall DJ (2011) Fitness consequences of larval traits persist across the metamorphic boundary. Evolution 65: 3079–3089

Grutter AS, Crean AJ, Curtis LM, Kuris AM, Warner RR & McCormick MI (2011) Indirect effects of an ectoparasite reduce successful establishment of a damselfish at settlement. Functional Ecology 25: 586-594

Crean AJ, Swearer SE & Patterson HM (2010) Larval supply is a good predictor of recruitment in endemic but not non-endemic fish populations at a high latitude coral reef. Coral Reefs 29:137-143

Crean AJ & Marshall DJ (2009) Coping with environmental uncertainty: dynamic bet-hedging as a maternal effect. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 364: 1087-1096

Crean AJ & Marshall DJ (2008) Gamete plasticity in a broadcast spawning marine invertebrate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 105: 13508-13513

Marshall DJ, Allen RM & Crean AJ (2008) The ecological and evolutionary importance of maternal effects in the sea. Oceanography and Marine Biology: an Annual Review 46: 203-250

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