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Horskins, Kerrilee, White, John, & Wilson, John (2003) Habitat Manipulation and Rodent Damage Control: Reducing Rodent Damage in Australian Macadamia Orchards. In Singleton, G, Hinds, L, Krebs, C, & Spratt, D (Eds.) Rats, Mice and People: rodent biology and management. Clarus Design, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, pp. 213-216.
Elmouttie, David, Horskins, Kerrilee, & Wilson, John (2009) The foraging behaviour of the Black rat (Rattus rattus) within Australian macadamia orchards. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 3(6), pp. 361-366.
White, Evelyn, Wilson, John, & Clarke, Anthony (2008) Diversity and abundance of arthropod floral visitor and herbivore assemblages on exotic and native Senecio species. Plant Protection Quarterly, 23(2), pp. 90-98.
White, Evelyn, Wilson, John, & Clarke, Anthony (2008) Plant-pollinator interactions in sympatric exotic and native Senecio species: is facilitation or competition for pollinators occurring? Plant Protection Quarterly, 23(3), pp. 120-126.
White, Evelyn M., Wilson, John C., & Clarke, Anthony R. (2006) Biotic indirect effects: a neglected concept in invasion biology. Diversity & Distributions, 12(4), pp. 443-455.
Hamilton, Grant S., Mather, Peter B., & Wilson, John C. (2006) Habitat heterogeneity influences connectivity in a spatially structured pest population. Journal of Applied Ecology, 43(2), pp. 219-226.
Horskins, Kerrilee, Mather, Peter, & Wilson, John (2006) Corridors And Connectivity: When Use And Function Do Not Equate. Landscape Ecology, 21, pp. 641-655.
Dunlop, Elizabeth, Mackey, A, & Wilson, John (2006) The Potential Geographic Distribution of The Invasive Weed Senna obtusifolia In Australia. Weed Research, 46(5), pp. 404-413.
Hayes, Richard, Nahrung, Helen, & Wilson, John (2006) The Response of Native Australian Rodents to Predator Odours Varies Seasonally: A By-Product of Life History Variation? Animal Behaviour, 71, pp. 1307-1314.
Chambers, Joanne, Williamson, Ian, & Wilson, John (2006) Soil pH Influences Embryonic Survival in Pseudophryne Bibronii (Anura: Myobatrachidae). Austral Ecology: A Journal of Ecology in The Southern Hemisphere, 31(1), pp. 68-75.
De Bruyn, Mark, Hossain, Mokarrom, Mather, Peter, Nugroho, E, & Wilson, John (2005) Phylogeographic Evidence for the Existence of an Ancient Biogeographic Barrier: the Isthmus of Kra Seaway. Heredity, 94(3), pp. 370-378.
Elmouttie, David & Wilson, John (2005) The Potential Importance of Nut Removal by Rodents from Australian Macadamia Orchards. Journal of Environmental Management, 77(1), pp. 79-83.
De Bruyn, Mark, Wilson, John C., & Mather, Peter B. (2004) Reconciling geography and genealogy: phylogeography of giant freshwater prawns from the Lake Carpentaria region. Molecular Ecology, 13(11), pp. 3515-3526.
De Bruyn, Mark, Mather, Peter, & Wilson, John (2004) Huxley's Line Demarcates Extensive Genetic Divergence between Eastern and Western Forms of the Giant Freshwater Prawn, Macrobrachium Rosenbergii. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 30, pp. 251-257.
Meyers, Noel, Tucker, Nigel, White, Evelyn, & Wilson, John (2004) Seed Dispersal to Revegetated Isolated Rainforest Patches in North Queensland. Forest Ecology and Management, 192, pp. 409-426.
Nolan, Kylie J., McGee, David J., Mitchell, Hazel M., Kolesnikow, Tassia, Harro, Janette M., O'Rourke, Jani, et al. (2002) In vivo behavior of a Helicobacter pylori SS1 nixA mutant with reduced urease activity. Infection and Immunity, 70(2), pp. 685-691.
Fuller, Susan, Mather, Peter, & Wilson, John (2002) Formation and Maintenance of Discrete Wild Rabbit (Oryctolagus Cuniculus) Population System in Arid Australia: Habit Beterogeneity and Management Implications. Austral Ecology, 27, pp. 183-191.
Lal, S, Mather, Peter, & Wilson, John (2001) Experimental Evaluation of Mass Selection to Improve Red Body Colour in Fijian Hybrid Tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus x Oreochromis Mossambicus). Aquaculture Research, pp. 329-336.
Wilson, John Clark (1980) Studies on the population dynamics of the house mouse (mus musculus L.) on the Darling Downs, Qld., 1978/1979. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.