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Publications


Duthie, A. B., G. Bocedi, R. R. Germain, and J. M. Reid. 2017. Evolution Of pre-copulatory and post-copulatory strategies of inbreeding avoidance and associated polyandry. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. In press. 10.1111/jeb.13189. [Pre-print] [Code]

Duthie, A. B., A. M. Lee, and J. M. Reid. 2016. Inbreeding parents should invest more resources in fewer offspring. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 282:20161845. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2016.1845 [PDF] [Pre-print] [Supplementary Material] [Code]

Duthie, A. B., and J. M. Reid. 2016. Evolution of inbreeding avoidance and inbreeding preference through mate choice among interacting relatives. American Naturalist. 188(6):651-667. DOI: 10.1086/688919 [PDF] [Appendix A] [Appendix B] [Supplemental Material] [Code]

Duthie, A. B., and J. D. Nason. 2016. Plant connectivity underlies plant-pollinator-exploiter distributions in Ficus petiolaris and associated pollinating and non-pollinating fig wasps. Oikos. 125(11):1597-1606. DOI: 10.1111/oik.02905 [Request PDF] [Analysis]

Duthie, A. B., G. Bocedi, and J. M. Reid. 2016. When does female multiple mating evolve to adjust inbreeding? Effects of inbreeding depression, direct costs, mating constraints, and polyandry as a threshold trait. Evolution. 70(9):1927-1943. DOI: 10.1111/evo.13005 [PDF] [Supporting Information S1] [Supporting Information S2] [Code]

Frater, P. N., and A. B. Duthie. 2016. Power scaling, vascular branching patterns, and the golden ratio. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution. 9:15-18. DOI: 10.4033/iee.2016.9.4.n [PDF]

Reid, J. M., G. Bocedi, P. Nietlisbach, A. B. Duthie, M. E. Wolak, E. A. Gow, and P. Arcese. 2016. Variation in parent‐offspring kinship in socially monogamous systems with extra‐pair reproduction and inbreeding. Evolution. 70 (7):1512-1529. DOI: 10.1111/evo.12953 [PDF]

Reid, J. M., P. Arcese, G. Bocedi, A. B. Duthie, M. E. Wolak, and L. F. Keller. 2015. Resolving the conundrum of inbreeding depression but no inbreeding avoidance: estimating sex-specific selection on inbreeding by song sparrows (Melospiza melodia). Evolution. 69 (11):2846-2861. DOI: 10.1111/evo.12780 [PDF]

Duthie, A. B., K. C. Abbott, and J. D. Nason. 2015. Trade-offs and coexistence in fluctuating environments: evidence for a key dispersal-fecundity tradeoff in five nonpollinating fig wasps. American Naturalist. 186 (1):151-158. DOI: 10.1086/681621 [PDF] [Appendix] [Analysis]

Reid, J. M., A. B. Duthie, M. E. Wolak, and P. Arcese. 2015. Demographic mechanisms of inbreeding adjustment through extra-pair reproduction. Journal of Animal Ecology. 84 (4):1029-1040. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12340 [PDF]

Duthie, A. B., and J. M. Reid. 2015. What happens after inbreeding avoidance? Inbreeding by rejected relatives and the inclusive fitness benefit of inbreeding avoidance. PLoS One. 10 (4):e0125140. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125140 [PDF] [Supporting Information] [Analysis]

Duthie, A. C., and A. B. Duthie. 2015. Do music and art influence one another? Measuring cross-modal similarities in music and art. Polymath: An Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Journal. 5 (1):1-22. [PDF]

Reid, J. M., P. Arcese, L. F. Keller, R. R. Germain, A. B. Duthie, S. Losdat, M. E. Wolak, and P. Nietlisbach. 2015. Quantifying inbreeding avoidance through extra-pair reproduction. Evolution. 69 (1):59-74. DOI: 10.1111/evo.12557 [PDF]

Duthie, A. B., K. C. Abbott, and J. D. Nason. 2014. Trade-offs and coexistence: A lottery model applied to fig wasp communities. American Naturalist 183 (6):826-841. DOI: 10.1086/675897 [PDF] [Code]

Duthie, A. B. 2013. Species interactions in ephemeral patch systems: spatial, temporal, and spatio-temporal influences. PhD dissertation. Iowa State University. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/13001/ [PDF]

Duthie, A. B., and M. R. Falcy. 2013. The influence of habitat autocorrelation on plants and their seed-eating pollinators. Ecological Modelling 251:260-270. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2012.12.019 [Request PDF] [Code]

Duthie, A. B. 2004. The fork and the paperclip: A memetic perspective. Journal of Memetics - Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission, 8 (1). http://cfpm.org/jom-emit/2004/vol8/duthie_ab.html



Presentations


Denotes invited talk, *Denotes undergraduate author

‡Duthie, A. B. 2017. Introduction to genetic algorithms, and their potential to link complex games to real-world behaviour in conservation conflicts. Workshop: ``Behavioural games and conflict'' at Grimsö Wildlife Research Station, Grimsö, Sweden. [Slides]

Duthie, A. B., G. Bocedi, and J. M. Reid. 2015. Evolution of polyandry and inbreeding avoidance: a genetically-explicit finite population model. Population Genetics Group Meeting 49 at the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Duthie, A. B., G. Bocedi, and J. M. Reid. 2015. Should females mate multiply to avoid inbreeding? Insights from a computational modelling approach. The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) workshop on Computational Ecology at the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Duthie, A. B. and J. M. Reid. 2014. Evolution of inbreeding and inbreeding avoidance among multiple relatives. Workshop: ``Evolution of Mating Systems'' at the Konnevesi Research Station of the University of Jyväskylä, Konnevesi, Finland.

Duthie, A. B., C. Lim*, and J. D. Nason. 2013. The effects of life history characteristics on male dimorphism frequency in two species of non-pollinating fig wasps. Ento '13 International Symposium and Annual National Science Meeting at the University of Saint Andrews, Saint Andrews, Scotland.

Duthie, A. B., K. C. Abbott, and J. D. Nason. 2013. A fluctuating environment drives coexistence in five non-pollinating fig wasps. XIV Conference of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology at the University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal. [Video]

Lim*, C., A. B. Duthie, and J. D. Nason. 2012. Violence inside the fig: Sexual selection among two species of non-pollinating male fig wasps. Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

Duthie, A. B., K. C. Abbott, and J. D. Nason. 2012. Does the storage effect maintain coexistence in non-pollinating fig wasp communities? Nineteenth Annual GREBE Spring Symposium at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

Duthie, A. B. 2010. Turn-taking in habitat patch selection can be evolutionarily stable. Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

Day, K., A. B. Duthie, and J. D. Nason. 2009. Cryptic parasites and their effects on the fitness and evolutionary stability of the fig-pollinator mutualism. Evolution at the University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho.

Duthie, A. B. and M. Falcy. 2009. Spatial heterogeneity promotes coexistence in a mutualist/exploiter community. Sixteenth Annual GREBE Spring Symposium at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

Duthie, A. B. and J. D. Nason. 2008. Dynamics of a Sonoran fig wasp community: A graphical modeling approach. Evolution at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Duthie, A. B. and J. D. Nason. 2008. Graphical modeling and the community dynamics of a sonoran desert fig, its pollinator, and exploiter wasps. Fifteenth Annual GREBE Spring Symposium at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

Duthie, A. B. and M. Smith. 2007. Environmental effects on achenes of Boltonia decurrens, a threatened floodplain species: Age, mass, germination, and viability. Illinois State Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting at the Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois.

Duthie, A. B. 2006. This brain owns itself: How things like us project a unified agent First Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Edwardsville, Illinois.