His main research concerns Ecology, Natural selection, Jadera haematoloma, Introduced species and Host. His research integrates issues of Evolutionary biology and Evolutionary medicine in his study of Ecology. His Evolutionary biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sustainable development and Genetic architecture.
His Introduced species study combines topics in areas such as Arthropod mouthparts, Hemiptera, Rhopalidae, Leptocoris and Cardiospermum. His study in Host is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Zoology, Beak, Rate of evolution, Epistasis and Adaptation. His Phenotypic plasticity study incorporates themes from Evolutionary change, Genetic assimilation, Sexual selection, Genetic algorithm and Ecological network.
Scott P. Carroll focuses on Ecology, Jadera haematoloma, Rhopalidae, Zoology and Introduced species. His work deals with themes such as Evolutionary biology and Sex ratio, which intersect with Ecology. His Evolutionary biology research incorporates elements of Phenotypic plasticity, Biodiversity, Genetic variation and Genetic architecture.
He combines subjects such as Adaptation, Animal ecology, Natural selection and Host with his study of Jadera haematoloma. His studies in Natural selection integrate themes in fields like Evolutionary ecology and Arthropod mouthparts. His Introduced species research integrates issues from Ecosystem and Extinction.
His primary areas of study are Sustainability, Anthropocene, Ecology, Complex adaptive system and Introduced species. His research in Sustainability intersects with topics in Pesticide resistance, Pesticide and Biomass. The various areas that Scott P. Carroll examines in his Anthropocene study include Antibiotics and Biosphere.
His Ecology study focuses mostly on Alien species and Ecosystem. He focuses mostly in the field of Complex adaptive system, narrowing it down to matters related to Stewardship and, in some cases, Antibiotic resistance. His Introduced species study incorporates themes from Restoration ecology, Functional ecology, Herbivore and Novel ecosystem.
Scott P. Carroll focuses on Sustainability, Engineering ethics, Biotechnology, Information Dissemination and Antibiotic resistance. Borrowing concepts from Environmental protection, Scott P. Carroll weaves in ideas under Sustainability. His Engineering ethics investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Health systems strengthening, Epidemiological Monitoring and Drug resistance.
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Adaptive versus non‐adaptive phenotypic plasticity and the potential for contemporary adaptation in new environments
Functional Ecology (2007)
Don't judge species on their origins
Evolution on ecological time‐scales
Functional Ecology (2007)
Evolutionary responses of natives to introduced species: what do introductions tell us about natural communities?
Ecology Letters (2006)
Host race radiation in the soapberry bug: natural history with the history
Evolutionary principles and their practical application
Evolutionary Applications (2011)
Applying evolutionary biology to address global challenges.
And the beak shall inherit – evolution in response to invasion
Ecology Letters (2005)
GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION OF FITNESS-ASSOCIATED TRAITS AMONG RAPIDLY EVOLVING POPULATIONS OF THE SOAPBERRY BUG.
Genetic architecture of adaptive differentiation in evolving host races of the soapberry bug, Jadera haematoloma
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