Martin F Breed
Martin F Breed
Associate Professor, Flinders University (South Australia)
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Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in changing environments: a genetic perspective
AR Weeks, CM Sgro, AG Young, R Frankham, NJ Mitchell, KA Miller, ...
Evolutionary Applications 4 (6), 709-725, 2011
Which provenance and where? Seed sourcing strategies for revegetation in a changing environment
MF Breed, MG Stead, KM Ottewell, MG Gardner, AJ Lowe
Conservation Genetics 14 (1), 1-10, 2013
Genetic diversity targets and indicators in the CBD post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework must be improved
S Hoban, M Bruford, J Jackson, M Lopes-Fernandes, M Heuertz, ...
Biological Conservation, 2020
Introducing BASE: the Biomes of Australian Soil Environments soil microbial diversity database
A Bissett, A Fitzgerald, T Meintjes, PM Mele, F Reith, PG Dennis, ...
GigaScience 5 (1), 1-11, 2016
The potential of genomics for restoring ecosystems and biodiversity
MF Breed, P Harrison, C Blyth, M Byrne, V Gaget, N Gellie, S Groom, ...
Nature Reviews Genetics, 2019
Constraints to and conservation implications for climate change adaptation in plants
M Christmas, MF Breed, AJ Lowe
Conservation Genetics 17 (2), 305-320, 2015
Mating patterns and pollinator mobility are critical traits in forest fragmentation genetics
MF Breed, KM Ottewell, MG Gardner, MHK Marklund, EE Dormontt, ...
Heredity 105, 108-114, 2015
Urban habitat restoration provides a human health benefit through microbiome rewilding: The Microbiome Rewilding Hypothesis
J Mills, P Weinstein, NJC Gellie, L Weyrich, AJ Lowe, MF Breed
Restoration Ecology, doi: 10.1111/rec.12610, 2017
Green prescriptions and their co-benefits: integrative strategies for public and environmental health
J Robinson, MF Breed
Challenges 10 (1), 2019
The resilience of forest fragmentation genetics – no longer a paradox – we were just looking in the wrong place
AJ Lowe, S Cavers, D Boshier, MF Breed, P Hollingsworth
Heredity 115, 97-99, 2015
Priority actions to improve provenance decision-making
MF Breed, PA Harrison, A Bischoff, P Durruty, NJC Gellie, EK Gonzales, ...
BioScience, 2018
Naturally-diverse airborne environmental microbial exposures modulate the gut microbiome and may provide anxiolytic benefits in mice
C Liddicoat, H Sydnor, C Cando-Dumancela, R Dresken, J Liu, N Gellie, ...
Science of the Total Environment, 2020
High-throughput eDNA monitoring of fungi to track functional recovery in ecological restoration
D Yan, J Mills, N Gellie, A Bissett, A Lowe, MF Breed
Biological Conservation 217, 113-120, 2018
Shifts in reproductive assurance strategies and inbreeding costs associated with habitat fragmentation in Central American mahogany
MF Breed, MG Gardner, KM Ottewell, CM Navarro, AJ Lowe
Ecology letters 15 (5), 444-452, 2012
Relating urban biodiversity to human health with the ‘holobiont’concept
JG Mills, J Brookes, C Liddicoat, A Lowe, HR Sydnor, T Thomas, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 550, 2019
Revegetation rewilds the soil bacterial microbiome of an old field
N Gellie, J Mills, MF Breed, AJ Lowe
Molecular Ecology, 2017
Transfer of environmental microbes to the skin and respiratory tract of humans after urban green space exposure
C Selway, J Mills, P Weinstein, C Skelly, S Yadav, A Lowe, M Breed, ...
Environment International, 2020
Higher levels of greenness and biodiversity are associated with greater subjective wellbeing in adults living in Melbourne, Australia
S Mavoa, M Davern, MF Breed, A Hahs
Health and Place, 2019
Pollen diversity matters: revealing the neglected effect of pollen diversity on fitness in fragmented landscapes
MF Breed, MHK Marklund, KM Ottewell, MG Gardner, JBC Harris, ...
Molecular Ecology 21 (24), 5955-5968, 2012
Advancing DNA barcoding and metabarcoding applications for plants requires systematic analysis of herbarium collections—an Australian perspective
EE Dormontt, KJ Van Dijk, KL Bell, E Biffin, MF Breed, M Byrne, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 134, 2018
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