Helen Billington
Helen Billington
Retired, University of Leeds
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Incorporation of a European weed into the diet of a North American herbivore
CD Thomas, D Ng, MC Singer, JLB Mallet, C Parmesan, HL Billington
Evolution 41 (4), 892-901, 1987
Genetic variation in the date of budburst in Scottish birch populations: implications for climate change
HL Billington, J Pelham
Functional Ecology, 403-409, 1991
Effect of population size on genetic variation in a dioecious conifer
HL Billington
Conservation biology 5 (1), 115-119, 1991
Variation among conspecific insect populations in the mechanistic basis of diet breadth
MC Singer, CD Thomas, HL Billington, C Parmesan
Animal Behaviour 37, 751-759, 1989
Correlates of speed of evolution of host preference in a set of twelve populations of the butterfly Euphydryas editha
MC Singer, CD Thomas, HL Billington, C Parmesan
Ecoscience 1 (2), 107-114, 1994
Divergence and genetic structure in adjacent grass populations. I. Quantitative genetics
HL Billington, AM Mortimer, T McNeilly
Evolution 42 (6), 1267-1277, 1988
Assessment of frost damage to leafless stem tissues of Quercus petraea: A reappraisal of the method of relative conductivity
JD Deans, HL Billington, FJ Harvey
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 68 (1), 25-34, 1995
Comparison of variance components between two populations of Holcus lanatus: a reanalysis
RG Shaw, HL Billington
Evolution, 1287-1289, 1991
Winter Frost Hardiness of two Chilean Provenances of Nothofagus procera in Scotland
JD Deans, HL Billington, FJ Harvey
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 65 (2), 205-212, 1992
Survival and reproduction in adjacent grass populations: effects of clone, time and environment
HL Billington, AM Mortimer, T McNeilly
The Journal of Ecology, 1-14, 1990
Variation in stage-specific mortality patterns of a specialist herbivore on different host plant clones
HL Billington, CD Thomas, LE Gilbert
Functional ecology, 721-725, 1990
Population ecology and genetics of Holcus lanatus L
HL Billington
University of Liverpool, 1985
Allozyme analysis in seed and tree identification in New Zealand
HL Billington, GB Sweet, P Bolton
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 20 (1), 16-21, 1990
The Regional Mission: Yorkshire and the Humber-Alive with Opportunity
H Billington
Universities UK, 2001
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