Kevin Parsons
Kevin Parsons
Senior Lecturer, IBAHCM, University of Glasgow
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Changing times, spaces, and faces: tests and implications of adaptive morphological plasticity in the fishes of northern postglacial lakes
BW Robinson, KJ Parsons
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59 (11), 1819-1833, 2002
Bentho-pelagic divergence of cichlid feeding architecture was prodigious and consistent during multiple adaptive radiations within African rift-lakes
WJ Cooper, K Parsons, A McIntyre, B Kern, A McGee-Moore, ...
PloS one 5 (3), e9551, 2010
Getting into shape: an empirical comparison of traditional truss-based morphometric methods with a newer geometric method applied to New World cichlids
KJ Parsons, BW Robinson, T Hrbek
Environmental Biology of Fishes 67 (4), 417-431, 2003
Replicated evolution of integrated plastic responses during early adaptive divergence
KJ Parsons, BW Robinson
Evolution 60 (4), 801-813, 2006
Wnt signalling underlies the evolution of new phenotypes and craniofacial variability in Lake Malawi cichlids
KJ Parsons, A Trent Taylor, KE Powder, RC Albertson
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-11, 2014
Constraint and opportunity: the genetic basis and evolution of modularity in the cichlid mandible
KJ Parsons, E Márquez, RC Albertson
The American Naturalist 179 (1), 64-78, 2012
Foraging performance of diet‐induced morphotypes in pumpkinseed sunfish (Lepomis gibbosus) favours resource polymorphism
KJ Parsons, BW Robinson
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (2), 673-684, 2007
Genetic basis of continuous variation in the levels and modular inheritance of pigmentation in cichlid fishes
RC Albertson, KE Powder, Y Hu, KP Coyle, RB Roberts, KJ Parsons
Molecular Ecology 23 (21), 5135-5150, 2014
Phenotypic plasticity, heterochrony and ontogenetic repatterning during juvenile development of divergent Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus)
KJ Parsons, HD Sheets, S Skúlason, MM Ferguson
Journal of evolutionary biology 24 (8), 1640-1652, 2011
Hybridization promotes evolvability in African cichlids: connections between transgressive segregation and phenotypic integration
KJ Parsons, YH Son, R Craig Albertson
Evolutionary Biology 38 (3), 306-315, 2011
Foraging environment determines the genetic architecture and evolutionary potential of trophic morphology in cichlid fishes
KJ Parsons, M Concannon, D Navon, J Wang, I Ea, K Groveas, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (24), 6012-6023, 2016
Roles for Bmp4 and CaM1 in shaping the jaw: evo-devo and beyond
KJ Parsons, RC Albertson
Annual review of genetics 43, 369-388, 2009
Morphological variation over ontogeny and environments in resource polymorphic arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus)
KJ Parsons, S Skúlason, M Ferguson
Evolution & development 12 (3), 246-257, 2010
A way forward with eco evo devo: an extended theory of resource polymorphism with postglacial fishes as model systems
S Skúlason, KJ Parsons, R Svanbäck, K Räsänen, MM Ferguson, ...
Biological Reviews 94 (5), 1786-1808, 2019
A physiological perspective on fisheries‐induced evolution
J Hollins, D Thambithurai, B Koeck, A Crespel, DM Bailey, SJ Cooke, ...
Evolutionary Applications 11 (5), 561-576, 2018
Modularity of the Oral Jaws Is Linked to Repeated Changes in the Craniofacial Shape of African Cichlids
KJ Parsons
International Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2011
Unifying and generalizing the two strands of evo-devo
KJ Parsons, RC Albertson
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (10), 584-591, 2013
Nested levels of adaptive divergence: the genetic basis of craniofacial divergence and ecological sexual dimorphism
KJ Parsons, J Wang, G Anderson, RC Albertson
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 5 (8), 1613-1624, 2015
Does phenotypic plasticity initiate developmental bias?
KJ Parsons, K McWhinnie, N Pilakouta, L Walker
Evolution & Development 22 (1-2), 56-70, 2020
Body shape evolution in sunfishes: divergent paths to accelerated rates of speciation in the Centrarchidae
AJ Smith, N Nelson-Maney, KJ Parsons, W James Cooper, ...
Evolutionary Biology 42 (3), 283-295, 2015
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