Publications

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics. Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Rosendale, Andrew J, Dunlevy, Megan E, Fieler, Alicia M, Farrow, David W, Davies, Benjamin, & Benoit, Joshua B (2017). Dehydration and starvation yield energetic consequences that affect survival of the American dog tick. Journal of Insect Physiology, 101, 39-46.
  • Pandey, Raghav, Velasquez, Sebastian, Durrani, Shazia, Jiang, Min, Neiman, Michelle, Crocker, Jeffrey S, Benoit, Joshua B, Rubinstein, Jack, Paul, Arghya, & Ahmed, Rafeeq Ph (2017). MicroRNA-1825 induces proliferation of adult cardiomyocytes and promotes cardiac regeneration post ischemic injury. American Journal of Translational Research, 9(6), 3120-3137.
  • Papanicolaou, Alexie, Schetelig, Marc F, Arensburger, Peter, Atkinson, Peter W, Benoit, Joshua B, Bourtzis, Kostas, Castañera, Pedro, Cavanaugh, John P, Chao, Hsu, Childers, Christopher, Curril, Ingrid, Dinh, Huyen, Doddapaneni, HarshaVardhan, Dolan, Amanda, Dugan, Shannon, Friedrich, Markus, Gasperi, Giuliano, Geib, Scott, Georgakilas, Georgios, Gibbs, Richard A, Giers, Sarah D, Gomulski, Ludvik M, González-Guzmán, Miguel, Guillem-Amat, Ana, Han, Yi, Hatzigeorgiou, Artemis G, Hernández-Crespo, (2017). Erratum to: The whole genome sequence of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann), reveals insights into the biology and adaptive evolution of a highly invasive pest species. Genome Biology, 18(1), 11.
  • Benoit, Joshua B, Vigneron, Aurélien, Broderick, Nichole A, Wu, Yineng, Sun, Jennifer S, Carlson, John R, Aksoy, Serap, & Weiss, Brian L (2017). Symbiont-induced odorant binding proteins mediate insect host hematopoiesis. eLife, 6.

 

  • Choi, J., Ishizuya-Oka, A., Buchholz, D.R. (2017) Growth, development, and intestinal remodeling occurs in the absence of thyroid hormone receptor alpha in tadpoles of Xenopus tropicalis. Endocrinol. 158:1623-1633.
  • Shewade, L. Schneider, K., Brown, A., Buchholz, D.R. (2017) In-vivo regulation of Krüppel-like factor 9 by corticosteroids and their receptors across tissues in tadpoles of Xenopus tropicalis. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 248:79–86.[Link]
  • Patmann, M.D., Shewade, L.H., Schneider, K.A., Buchholz, D.R. (2017) Xenopus Tadpole Tissue Harvest. Cold Spring Harb Protoc.
  • Kulkarni, S.S., Gomez-Mestre, I. Denver, R.J. Buchholz, D.R. (2017) Genetic accommodation of the larval period via modified endocrine signalling explains phenotypic divergence among spadefoot toad species. Nature Comm. 8:993.
  • Charlton-Perkins M., Sendler, E.D, Buschbeck E.K. and Cook T. A. (2017) Müller glia-like cells are a major constituent of the insect compound eye. PLOS Genetics. 3(5).  Recommended in F1000Prime as being of special significance in its field.
  • Stahl, A. Charlton-Perkins, M. Buschbeck, EK and Tiffany Cook T.A. (2017) The cuticular nature of corneal lenses in Drosophila melanogaster. Development Genes and Evolution. 227(4): 271-278.
  • Morehouose, N.I., Buschbeck, E.K., Zurek, D.B., Steck, M. and Porter, M. (2017). Molecular Evolution of Spider Vision: New Opportunities, Familiar Players. Biological Bulletin 233(1): 21-38.
  • Stowasser, A., Owens, M. and Buschbeck, E. K. (2017). Giving invertebrates an eye exam: An ophthalmoscope that utilizes the autofluorescence of photoreceptors. Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 4095-4100.
  • Culley, Theresa M. (2017) The rise and fall of the ornamental Callery pear tree. Invited submission to Arnoldia 74(3): 1-11.
  • Jaconis, Susan, Theresa M. Culley, and Alexandra M. Meier (2017) Does particulate matter along roadsides interfere with plant reproduction? A comparison of effects of different road types on Cichorium intybus pollen deposition and germination. Environmental Pollution 222: 261-266
  • Pence, Valerie C., Megan Philpott, Theresa M. Culley, Bernadette Plair, Suzanne R. Yorke, Kristine Lindsey, Anne-Catherine Vanhove, Daniel Ballesteros (2017) Survival and genetic stability of shoot tips of Hedeoma todsenii after long-term cryostorage. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant 53(4): 328-338.
  • Culley, Theresa M. (2017) Editorial - The frontier of data discoverability: Why we need to share our data. Applications in Plant Sciences 5(10): apps.1700111
  • Ford NC and Griff ER. (2017) Steady-state centrifugal input via the lateral olfactory tract modulates spontaneous activity in the rat main olfactory bulb.  Neuroscience 348: 165–179, .[Link]
  • Mao D, Grogan DW. (2017). How a genetically stable extremophile evolves: Modes of genome diversification in the archaeon Sulfolobus acidocaldarius. J. Bacteriol. 199:e00177-17.
  • J.B. Gross, J. Weagley, B. Stahl, L. Ma, L. Espinasa, S. E. McGaugh. (2017) A local duplication of the Melanocortin receptor 1 locus in Astyanax. Genome 61:254-265.
  • A.K. Powers, E. Davis, S. Kaplan, and J.B. Gross (2017) Cranial asymmetry arises later in the life history of the blind Mexican cavefish, Astyanax mexicanus. PLoS ONE 12(5): e0177419.
  • A. Lyon, A.K. Powers, J.B. Gross, K.E. O’Quin (2017) Three loci control scleral ossification in blind Astyanax mexicanus cavefish. PLOS One 12:e0171061.
  •  B.A. Stahl and J.B. Gross (2017) A comparative transcriptomic analysis of development in two Astyanax cavefish populations. JEZ B: Molecular Development and Evolution 328:515-532.
  • Guerra, P. A., & Reppert, S. M. (2017). Dimorphic cocoons of the cecropia moth (Hyalophora cecropia): morphological, behavioral, and biophysical differences. PLOS ONE, 12 (3), e0174023.
  • Jorgensen, R.M. & Jayne, B.C. (2017). Three-dimensional trajectories affect the epaxial muscle activity of arboreal snakes crossing gaps. J. Exp. Biol. 220: 3545-3555.
  • Tingle, J., Gartner, G.E.A. Jayne, B.C. & Garland, T.Jr. (2017). Ecological and phylogenetic variability in the spinalis muscle of snakes. J. Evol. Biol. 30 (11): 2031-2043.
  • Cook, T. D., Brown, E., Ralrick, P. E., and Konishi, T. (2017). A late Campanian euselachian assemblage from the Bearpaw Formation of Alberta, Canada: some notable range extensions. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 54, 973-980.
  • Matter, S.F. & J. Roland. (2017). Climate and extreme weather independently affect population growth, but neither is a consistently good predictor. Ecosphere 8: e01816. 10.1002/ecs2.1816.
  • Chen, H. & S.F. Matter. (2017). Quantification of changes in light and temperature associated with invasive Amur Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii). American Midland Naturalist 177:143-152.
  • Jacob, S.A., S.F. Matter & G.N. Cameron. (2017). Differences in the effects of microhabitat and temporal factors on patch use and foraging behavior of white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus). Journal of Mammalogy 98:804-814.
  • Mitchell, M., S.F. Matter, R.D. Durtsche & I. Buffam. (2017). Elevated phosphorus: Dynamics during four years of green roof development. Urban Ecosystems 20, 1121–1133.
  • Morehouse, N.I., Buschbeck, E.K., Zurek, D.B., Steck, M., and Porter, M.L. (2017). Molecular evolution of spider vision: New opportunities, familiar players. Biological Bulletin.;233(1):21-38. doi: 10.1086/693977.
  • Meslin, C., Cherwin, T.S., Plakke, M.S., Small, B.S., Goetz, B.J., Morehouse, N.I., and Clark, N.L. (2017). Structural complexity and molecular heterogeneity of a butterfly ejaculate reflect a complex history of selection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United State of America, 114 (27), E5406-E5413.
  • Echeverri, S.A., Morehouse, N.I., and Zurek, D.B. (2017). Control of signaling alignment during the dynamic courtship display of a jumping spider. Behavioral Ecology. 28 (6), 445–1453.
  • Lawson L.P. and Petren K (2017) The adaptive genomic landscape of beak morphology in Darwin’s finches. Molecular Ecology. 26(19), 4978-4989.
  • Gray, L.J., Simpson, S.J., Polak, M. (2017). Fruit flies may face a nutrient-dependent life-history trade-off between secondary sexual trait quality, survival and developmental rate. Journal of Insect Physiology 104:60-70. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jinsphys.2017.11.010  Get the pdf
  • Polak, M., Simmons, L.W., Benoit, J.B., Ruohonen, K., Simpson, S.J., Solon-Biet, S.M. (2017). Nutritional geometry of paternal effects on embryo mortality. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B: Biological Sciences. 284: 20171492. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.1492  Get the pdf
  • Date, P., A. Crowley-Gall, A. F. Diefendorf, and S. M. Rollmann. (2017). Population differences in host plant preference and the importance of yeast and plant substrate to volatile composition. Ecology and Evolution. 7(11): 3815-3825.
  • Brown, E., C. Patterson, R. Pancoast, and S. M. Rollmann. (2017). Artificial selection for odor-guided behavior in Drosophila reveals correlated changes in food consumption. BMC Genomics 18(1):867.
  • Jahner, J.P., M.L. Forister, T.L. Parchman, A.M. Smilanich, J.S. Miller, J.S. Wilson, T.R. Walla, E.J. Tepe, L.A. Richards, M.A. Quijano-Abril, A.E. Glassmire, and L.A. Dyer (2017). Host clade conservatism, geography, and elevation in the evolution of a Neotropical moth radiation. Evolution, 71, 2885-2900. [Link]
  • B. Stoffer and G. W. Uetz. (2017). The effects of experience with different courtship modalities on unimodal and multimodal preferences in a wolf spider. Animal Behaviour 123:187-196.

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics. Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • McKenna, Duane D, Scully, Erin D, Pauchet, Yannick, Hoover, Kelli, Kirsch, Roy, Geib, Scott M, Mitchell, Robert F, Waterhouse, Robert M, Ahn, Seung-Joon, Arsala, Deanna, Benoit, Joshua B, Blackmon, Heath, Bledsoe, Tiffany, Bowsher, Julia H, Busch, André, Calla, Bernarda, Chao, Hsu, Childers, Anna K, Childers, Christopher, Clarke, Dave J, Cohen, Lorna, Demuth, Jeffery P, Dinh, Huyen, Doddapaneni, HarshaVardhan, Dolan, Amanda, Duan, Jian J, Dugan, Shannon, Friedrich, Markus, Glastad, Karl M, Goodi (2016). Genome of the Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis), a globally significant invasive species, reveals key functional and evolutionary innovations at the beetle-plant interface. Genome Biology, 17(1), 227.
  • Slone, Samuel, Anthony, Sarah R, Wu, Xiaoqing, Benoit, Joshua B, Aube, Jeffrey, Xu, Liang, & Tranter, Michael (2016). Activation of HuR downstream of p38 MAPK promotes cardiomyocyte hypertrophy. Cellular Signalling, 28(11), 1735-41.
  • Rosendale, Andrew J, Farrow, David W, Dunlevy, Megan E, Fieler, Alicia M, & Benoit, Joshua B (2016). Cold hardiness and influences of hibernaculum conditions on overwintering survival of American dog tick larvae. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 7(6), 1155-1161.
  • Papanicolaou, Alexie, Schetelig, Marc F, Arensburger, Peter, Atkinson, Peter W, Benoit, Joshua B, Bourtzis, Kostas, Castañera, Pedro, Cavanaugh, John P, Chao, Hsu, Childers, Christopher, Curril, Ingrid, Dinh, Huyen, Doddapaneni, HarshaVardhan, Dolan, Amanda, Dugan, Shannon, Friedrich, Markus, Gasperi, Giuliano, Geib, Scott, Georgakilas, Georgios, Gibbs, Richard A, Giers, Sarah D, Gomulski, Ludvik M, González-Guzmán, Miguel, Guillem-Amat, Ana, Han, Yi, Hatzigeorgiou, Artemis G, Hernández-Crespo, (2016). The whole genome sequence of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann), reveals insights into the biology and adaptive evolution of a highly invasive pest species. Genome Biology, 17(1), 192.
  • Rosendale, Andrew J, Romick-Rosendale, Lindsey E, Watanabe, Miki, Dunlevy, Megan E, & Benoit, Joshua B (2016). Mechanistic underpinnings of dehydration stress in the American dog tick revealed through RNA-Seq and metabolomics. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219(Pt 12), 1808-19.
  • Yoder, Jay A, Rosendale, Andrew J, & Benoit, Joshua B (2016). Short day-triggered quiescence promotes water conservation in the American dog tick, Dermacentor variabilis. Journal of Comparative Physiology. B, Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology, 186(3), 287-96.
  • Sistrom, Mark, Evans, Benjamin, Benoit, Joshua, Balmer, Oliver, Aksoy, Serap, & Caccone, Adalgisa (2016). De Novo Genome Assembly Shows Genome Wide Similarity between Trypanosoma brucei brucei and Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense. PloS One, 11(2), e0147660.
  • Scolari, Francesca, Benoit, Joshua B, Michalkova, Veronika, Aksoy, Emre, Takac, Peter, Abd-Alla, Adly M M, Malacrida, Anna R, Aksoy, Serap, & Attardo, Geoffrey M (2016). The Spermatophore in Glossina morsitans morsitans: Insights into male contributions to reproduction. Scientific Reports, 6, 20334.
  • Benoit, Joshua B, Adelman, Zach N, Reinhardt, Klaus, Dolan, Amanda, Poelchau, Monica, Jennings, Emily C, Szuter, Elise M, Hagan, Richard W, Gujar, Hemant, Shukla, Jayendra Nath, Zhu, Fang, Mohan, M, Nelson, David R, Rosendale, Andrew J, Derst, Christian, Resnik, Valentina, Wernig, Sebastian, Menegazzi, Pamela, Wegener, Christian, Peschel, Nicolai, Hendershot, Jacob M, Blenau, Wolfgang, Predel, Reinhard, Johnston, Paul R, Ioannidis, Panagiotis, Waterhouse, Robert M, Nauen, Ralf, Schorn, Corinna, (2016). Unique features of a global human ectoparasite identified through sequencing of the bed bug genome. Nature Communications, 7, 10165.
  • Kolokotronis, Sergios-Orestis, Foox, Jonathan, Rosenfeld, Jeffrey A, Brugler, Mercer R, Reeves, Darryl, Benoit, Joshua B, Booth, Warren, Robison, Grant, Steffen, Michael, Sakas, Zoe, Palli, Subba R, Schal, Coby, Richards, Stephen, Narechania, Apurva, Baker, Richard H, Sorkin, Louis N, Amato, George, Mason, Christopher E, Siddall, Mark E, & DeSalle, Rob (2016). The mitogenome of the bed bug Cimex lectularius (Hemiptera: Cimicidae). Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources, 1(1), 425-427.
  • Alberts, J.M., J.J. Beaulieu and I. Buffam. (2016). Watershed Land-use and Seasonal Variation Constrain the Influence of Riparian Canopy Cover on Stream Ecosystem Metabolism. Ecosystems. doi: 10.1007/s10021-016-0040-9.[Link]
  • Buffam, I., Mitchell, M.E., and R.D. Durtsche. 2016. Environmental drivers of seasonal variation in green roof runoff water quality. Ecological Engineering, doi: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2016.02.044.[Link]
  • Johnson, C.A., S. Schweinhart and I. Buffam. (2016). Plant species richness enhances nitrogen retention in green roof plots. Ecological Applications, doi: 10.1890/15-1850.1.[Link]
  • Mineau, M.M., W.M. Wollheim, I. Buffam, S.E.G. Findlay, R.O. Hall, Jr., E.R. Hotchkiss, L.E. Koenig, W.H. McDowell, and T.B. Parr. (2016). Dissolved organic carbon uptake in streams: A review and assessment of reach-scale measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 121: 2019-2019, doi: 10.1002/2015JG003204.[Link]
  • Karlsen, R.H., T. Grabs, K.H. Bishop, I. Buffam, H. Laudon, J. Seibert. (2016). Landscape controls on spatiotemporal discharge variability in a boreal catchment. Water Resources Research 52: 6541–6556, doi:10.1002/2016WR019186.[Link]
  • Stecher, N., Stowasser, A., Stahl, A. and Buschbeck, E. K. (2016). Embryonic development of the larval eyes of the Sunburst Diving Beetle, Thermonectus marmoratus (Insecta: Dytiscidae); a morphological study. Evolution and Development, 18(4): 216-228. 
  • James, M. Nandamuri, SP Stahl, A and Buschbeck, E.K. (2016). The unusual eyes of Xenos peckii (Strepsiptera: Xenidae) have green- and UV-sensitive photoreceptors. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219, 3866-3874. Highlighted by an “Inside JEB” article by Kathryn Knight and chosen as “Editors Choice” article of the December issue.
  • Doria R. Gordon, S. Luke Flory, Deah Lieurance, Philip E. Hulme, Chris Buddenhagen, Barney Caton, Paul D. Champion, Theresa M. Culley, Curt Daehler, Franz Essl, Jeffrey E. Hill, Reuben P. Keller, Lisa Kohl, Anthony L. Koop, Sabrina Kumschick, David M. Lodge, Richard N. Mack, Laura A. Meyerson, Godshen R. Pallipparambil, F. Dane Panetta, Read Porter, Petr Pyšek, Lauren D. Quinn, David M. Richardson, Daniel Simberloff, and Montserrat Vilà (2016) Rebuttal to Smith et al. 2015: Weed risk assessments are an effective component of invasion risk management.  Invasive Plant Science and Manangement 9: 81-83.
  • Cameron, Guy N., Theresa M. Culley, Sarah E. Kolbe, Arnold I. Miller, and Stephen F. Matter (2016). Relationships between an invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii (Rupr.) Herder (Amur honeysuckle) and environmental factors on recruitment of sugar maple trees, Acer saccharum Marshall, in Southwestern Ohio. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 143: 386-397. 
  • Buerger, Amanda, Kate Howe, Ellen Jacquart, Monika Chandler, Theresa M. Culley, Chris Evans, Kelly Kearns, Robert Schultzi, and Laura van Riper (2016). Risk Assessments for Invasive Plants: A Midwestern U.S. Comparison. Invasive Plant Science and Management 9: 41-54.
  • Culley, Theresa M., Guy N. Cameron, Sarah Kolbe, and Arnold I. Miller (2016) Association of non-native Lonicera maackii (Amur honeysuckle) with other invasive plant species in eastern deciduous forests in southwestern Ohio. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 143: 398-414.
  • Kolbe, Sarah E., Arnold I. Miller, Guy N. Cameron, and Theresa M. Culley (2016) Effects of natural and anthropogenic environmental influences on tree community composition and structure in forests along an Urban-Wildland gradient in southwestern Ohio. Urban Ecosystems 19: 915-938.
  • Culley, Theresa M., Cynthia D. Huebner, and Ari Novy (2016) Regional and local genetic variation in Japanese Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum). Invasive Plant Science and Management 9: 96-111.
  • Kolbe, Sarah E., Arnold I. Miller, Amy Townsend-Small, Guy N. Cameron, and Theresa M. Culley (2016) Impact of land-use history and forest trees on soil organic carbon and nitrogen stocks. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80(4):1089-1097
  • Avaneysan, Alina and Theresa M. Culley (2016). Tolerance of native and exotic prairie grasses to herbivory by Melanoplus grasshoppers: Application of a non-destructive method for estimating plant biomass changes as a response to herbivory. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 144(1):15-25.
  • Hauber, D. J., Grogan, D. W. and DeBry, R. W. (2016) Mutations to less-preferred synonymous codons in a highly expressed gene of Escherichia coli: fitness and epistatic interactions. PLoS ONE 11(1):e0146375. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146375.
  • Griff, E.R. (2016). Changing Undergraduate Human Anatomy and Physiology Labs: Perspectives from a Large-Enrollment Course. Advances in Physiology Education 40:388–392.[Link]
  • J.B. Gross, A. Powers, E. Davis, S. Kaplan (2016) A pleiotropic interaction between vision loss and hypermelanism in Astyanax mexicanus cave x surface hybrids. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16:145.
  • J.B. Gross, A. Gangidine, A. Powers (2016) Asymmetric facial bone fragmentation mirrors asymmetric distribution of cranial neuromasts in blind Mexican cavefish. Symmetry 8:118.
  • J.B. Gross, B.A. Stahl, A.J. Krutzler, B.M. Carlson (2016) Natural bone fragmentation in the blind cave-dwelling fish: Candidate gene identification through integrative comparative genomics. Evolution & Development 18:7-18.
  • Hauber DJ, Grogan DW, DeBry RW. (2016) Mutations to less-preferred synonymous codons in a highly expressed gene of Escherichia coli: Fitness and epistatic interactions. PLoS One. 11(1):e0146375.
  • Reppert, S. M., Guerra, P. A., & Merlin, C. (2016). Neurobiology of monarch butterfly migration. Annual Review of Entomology, 61, 25-42.
  • Tingle, J., Gartner, G.E.A. Jayne, B.C. & Garland, T.Jr. (2017). Ecological and phylogenetic variability in the spinalis muscle of snakes. J. Evol. Biol. 30 (11): 2031-2043.
  • Mauro, A.A. & Jayne, B.C. (2016). Perch compliance and experience affect destination choice of brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis). Zoology 119:113–118.
  • Konishi, T., Caldwell, M.W., Nishimura, T., Sakurai, K., and Tanoue, K (2016). A new halisaurine mosasaur (Squamata: Halisaurinae) from Japan: the first record in the western Pacific realm and the first documented insights into binocular vision in mosasaurs. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 14, 809-839. [Link]
  • Jangjoo, M., S.F. Matter, J. Roland & N. Keyghobadi. (2016). Connectivity rescues genetic diversity after a demographic bottleneck in a butterfly population network. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113: 10914-10919.
  • Roland, J. & S.F. Matter. (2016). Pivotal effect of early-winter extreme temperatures and snowfall on annual population growth of alpine Parnassius smintheus butterflies. Ecological Monographs 86:412-428. doi:10.1002/ecm.1225.
  • Cameron, G.N., T.M. Culley, S.E. Kolbe, A.I. Miller & S.F. Matter. (2016). Effects of an invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii (Rupr.) Herder (Amur honeysuckle), and environmental factors on recruitment of sugar maple trees, Acer saccharum Marshall, in southwestern Ohio. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 143:386-397.
  • Matter, S.F., Gargano, C., K. Kim & A. Wick. (2016). Forest habitat reduces the flight of Pontia occidentalis (Reakirt) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) relative to alpine meadow habitat. Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 70:108-113.
  • Limeri, L. B., & Morehouse, N. I. (2016). The evolutionary history of the "alba' polymorphism in the butterfly subfamily Coliadinae (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 117 (4), 716-724.
  • Taylor, L. A., Amin, Z., Maier, E. B., Byrne, K. J., & Morehouse, N. I. (2016). Flexible color learning in an invertebrate predator: Habronattus jumping spiders can learn to prefer or avoid red during foraging. Behavioral Ecology, 27 (2), 520-529.
  •  Lawson LP, B Fessl, FH Vargas, HL Farrington, HF Cunningham, JC Mueller, E Nemeth, PC Sevilla, K Petren. (2016) Slow motion extinction: inbreeding, introgression, and loss in the critically endangered mangrove finch (Camarhynchus heliobates). Conservation Genetics.18, (1), 159–170.
  • Polak, M., Fanson, K.V., Taylor, P.W., Yap, S. 2016. Differential genotypic effects of sexual trait size of offspring mating success and viability. Behavioral Ecology 27:444-451.  Get the pdf
  • Crowley-Gall, A., P. Date, C. Han, N. Rhodes, P. Andolfatto, J. E. Layne, and S. M. Rollmann. (2016). Population differences in olfaction accompany host shift in Drosophila mojavensis. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 283: 20161562.
  • Glassmire, A.E., C.S. Jeffrey, M.L. Forister, T. Parchman, C.C. Nice, J.P. Jahner, J.S. Wilson, T. Walla, L.A. Richards, A.M. Smilanich, C.R. Morrison, W. Simbaña, L.A. Salagaje, C. Dodson, J. Miller, M.D. Leonard, E.J. Tepe, S. Villamarin-Cortez, and L.A. Dyer (2016). Intraspecific phytochemical variation shapes community and population structure for specialist caterpillars. New Phytologist, 212, 208-208-219.
  • Tepe, E.J., G.J. Anderson, D.M. Spooner, and L. Bohs (2016). Relationships among wild relatives of the tomato and potato: a phylogeny of the Potato clade of the genus Solanum. Taxon, 65, 262-262-276.
  • B. Stoffer and G. W. Uetz. (2016). Tuft size matters: the effects of adult visual social experience on female mate preferences in a wolf spider. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70:2211–2221
  • Gilbert, R., Karp, R & G.W. Uetz. (2016). Effects of juvenile infection on adult immunity and secondary sexual characters in a wolf spider. Behavioral Ecology. 27:946–954.  
  • Uetz, G.W., Clark, D.L. and J. A. Roberts. (2016). Multimodal communication in wolf spiders (Lycosidae) – an emerging model for study. In M. Naguib, J. C.Mitani, L. W. Simmons, L. Barrett, S. Healy, & M. Zuk (Eds.), Advances in the Study of Behavior 48:117–159. 
  • Gilbert, R., & Uetz, G. W. (2016). Courtship and male ornaments as honest indicators of immune function. Animal Behaviour 117: 97-103 
  • Moskalik, B. and G.W. Uetz. (2016). Female feeding history impacts gonad development and reproductive timing in the wolf spider Schizocosa ocreata. J. Arachnology 44: 171-175
  • Kozak, E.C., and G.W. Uetz. (2016). Cross-modal integration of multimodal courtship signals in a wolf spider. Animal Cognition. 19:1173–1181
  • Sitvarin, M. I., Gordon, S.D., Uetz, G.W. &. A.L. Rypstra. (2016). The wolf spider Pardosa milvina detects predator threat level using only vibratory cues. Behaviour. 153:179-183.
  • Stoffer, B. and G.W. Uetz. (2016). Social experience affects female mate preferences for a visual trait in a wolf spider. Behavioral Ecology. 27: 252–261
  • Clark, D.L., Kizer, C., Karson, A., Roberts, J. A., and G. W. Uetz. (2016). Risky courtship: Background contrast, ornamentation, and display behavior of wolf spiders affect visual detection by vertebrate predators.  Ethology. 122: 1–12 
  • Sweger, A.L. and G.W. Uetz. (2016). Characterizing the vibratory and acoustic signals of the "purring" wolf spider, Gladicosa gulosa (Araneae: Lycosidae). Bioacoustics 25: 293-303 
  • B. Stoffer, M. Williams and G. W. Uetz. (2016). Variation in female mate preference in response to eavesdropping “interloper” males.  Behavioral Ecology 27:1609–1616

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics. Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Yoder, J.A.., Benoit, J.B, Nelson, B.W., Main, Leighanne R., & Bossley, J.P. (2015). Behavioral correction to prevent overhydration and increase survival by larvae of the net-spinning caddisflies in relation to water flow. Journal of Experimental Biology, 218(Pt 3), 363-9.
  • Choi, J., Suzuki, K.T., Sakuma, T., Shewade, L., Yamamoto, T., and Buchholz, D.R. (2015). Unliganded thyroid hormone receptor a regulates developmental timing via gene repression in Xenopus tropicalis. Endocrinology 156:735–744.[Link]
  • Burraco, P., Arribas, R., Kulkarni, S.S., Buchholz, D.R., Gomez-Mestre, I. (2015). Comparing techniques for measuring corticosterone in tadpoles. Current Zoology (61 (5): 835–845).[Link]
  • Choi, J., Moskalik, C., Ng, A., Matter, S.F., Buchholz, D.R. (2015). Regulation of thyroid hormone-induced development in vivo by thyroid hormone transporters and cytosolic binding proteins. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. (222:69–80).[Link]
  • Solomon, C.T., S.E. Jones, B.C. Weidel, I. Buffam, M.L. Fork, J. Karlsson, S. Larsen, J.T. Lennon, J.S. Read, S.Sadro, and J.E. Saros. (2015). Ecosystem consequences of changing inputs of terrestrial dissolved organic matter to lakes. Ecosystems, doi:10.1007/s10021-015-9848-y.[Link]
  • Werner, S. and Buschbeck, E.K. (2015). Rapid and step-wise eye growth in molting diving beetle larvae.  The Journal of Comparative Physiology. 201(11):1091-1102
  • Stowasser, A., Mohr, S., Buschbeck, E.K., and Vilinsky, I.,  (2015). Electrophysiology meets ecology: investigating how vision is tuned to the life style of an animal using electroretinography. The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 13(3):A234-43
  • Archibald, J.K., Kephart,, S.R., Theiss, K.E., Petrosky, A.L., and Culley, T.M. (2015). Multilocus phylogenetic inference in subfamily Chlorogaloideae and related genera of Agavaceae - informing questions in taxonomy at multiple ranks. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 84: 266-283.
  • Avanesyan, A. and Culley, T.M. (2015) Herbivory of native and exotic North American prairie grasses by nymph Melanoplus grasshoppers. Plant Ecology 216: 451-464.
  • Thompson, K.M., Culley, T.M., Zumberger, A.M., and Lentz, D.L. (2015). Discerning anthropogenic and ecological influences on genetic variation and structure in the neotropical tree, Manilkara zapota (L.) P. Royen (Sapotaceae). Tree Genetics and Genomes 11:40. 
  • Avanesyan, A. and Culley, T.M. (2015). Feeding preferences of Melanoplus femurrubrum grasshoppers on native and exotic grasses: behavioral and molecular approaches. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 157:152-163.
  • Merritt, B.J., Culley, T.M., Avaneysan, A., Stokes, R. and Brzyski, J. (2015). An empirical review: Characteristics of plant microsatellite markers that confer greater levels of genetic variation. Applications in Plant Sciences 3(8):1500025. 
  • Redelings, B.D., Kumagai, S. Tatarenkov,a., Wang, L., Sakai, A.K., Weller, S.G. Culley, T.M., Avise, J.C. and Uyenoyama, M.K. (2015). Bayesian co-estimation of selfing rate and locus-specific mutation rates for a partially selfing population. Genetics  201:1171-1186.
  • Kolbe, S.E., Townsend-Small, A., Miller, A.I. Culley, T.M. and Cameron,G.N. (2015). Effect of Lonicera maackii on soil carbon and nitrogen in Southwestern Ohio forests. Invasive Plant Science and Management 8:375-384
  • Buerger, A., Howe, K., Jacquart, E., Chandler, M., Culley, T.M., Evans, C., Kearns, K., Schultzi, R., and van Riper, L. (In press). Risk Assessments for Invasive Plants: A Midwestern U.S. Comparison. Invasive Plant Science and Management 
  • Cameron, G.N., Culley, T.M., Kolbe, S.E., Miller, A.I., Matter, S.F., (2015). Effects of urbanization on herbaceous forest vegetation: the relative impacts of soil, geography, forest composition, human access, and an invasive shrub. Urban Ecosystems 18, 1051-1069.
  • Wong, E.S., Dahlem, G.A., Stamper, T.I. and DeBry, R.W. (2015). Discordance between morphological species identification and mtDNA phylogeny in the flesh fly genus Ravinia (Diptera : Sarcophagidae). Invertebrate Systematics 29:1-11.
  • Grogan, D.W. (2015). Understanding DNA repair in hyperthermophilic archaea: Persistent gaps and other reasons to focus on the fork. Archaea 2015:942605. doi: 10.1155/2015/942605
  • Sakofsky, C.J., Grogan, D.W. (2015). Lesion-induced mutation in the hyperthermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus acidocaldarius and its avoidance by the Y-Family DNA polymerase Dbh. Genetics 201:513-23. doi: 10.1534/genetics.115.178566.
  • J.B. Gross, B. A. Stahl, A. J. Krutzler, B.M. Carlson (2015). Natural bone fragmentation in the blind cave-dwelling fish: Candidate gene identification through integrative comparative genomics. In Press, Evolution & Development 
  • J.B. Gross, B. Meyer, M. Perkins (2015). The rise of Astyanax cavefish. Developmental Dynamics 244:1031-1038.[Link]
  • B.M. Carlson, S.W. Onusko, J.B. Gross (2015). A high-density linkage map for Astyanax mexicanus using genotyping-by-sequencing technology. G3: Genes Genomes Genetics 5: 241-251.[Link]
  • B. A. Stahl, J.B. Gross (2015). Alterations in Mc1r gene expression are associated with regressive pigmentation in Astyanax cavefish. Development, Genes and Evolution 6:367-375.
  • B.A. Stahl, J.B. Gross, D. I. Speiser, T. H. Oakley, N. H. Patel, D. B. Gould, M. E. Protas (2015). A transcriptomic analysis of cave, surface, and hybrid isopod crustaceans of the species Asellus aquaticus. PLoS One 10:e0140484
  • J.B. Gross, A. Gangidine, R. E. Schafer (2015) Undergraduates learn evolution through teaching kindergartners about blind Mexican cavefish. CourseSource. In Press.
  • Hamilton, T.L., Jones, D.S., Schaperdoth, I., Macalady, J.L. (2015). Metagenomic insights into S(0) precipitation in a terrestrial subsurface lithoautotrophic ecosystem. Frontiers in Microbiology, 5, 756. [Link]
  • Boyd, E.S., Garcia Costas, A.M., Hamilton, T.L., Mus, F., Peters, J.W. (2015). Evolution of molybdenum nitrogenase during the transition from anaerobic to aerobic metabolism. Journal of Bacteriology. [Link]
  • Havig, J.R., McCormick, M.L., Hamilton, T.L., Kump, L.R. (2015). The behavior of biologically important trace elements across the oxic/euxinic transition of meromictic Fayetteville Green Lake, New York, USA. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 165,389-406.
  • Mansor, M. Hamilton, T.L., Fantle, M., Macalady, J.L. (2015). Metabolic diversity and ecological niches of Achromatium populations revealed with single-cell genomic sequencing. Frontiers in Microbiology, 6, 822.
  • Telling, J., Boyd, E.S., Bone, N., Jones, E., Tranter, M., J.L., MacFarlane, Martin, P., Wadham, J., LaMarche-Gagnon, G., Skidmore, M.L., Hamilton, T.L., Hill, E., Jackson, M., Hodgson, D.A. (2015). Rock comminution as a source of hydrogen for subglacial ecosystems. Nature Geoscience, 8, 851. [Link]
  • Hamilton, T.L., Bryant, D.A., Macalady, J.L. (2015). (In Press). The role of biology in planetary evolution: Cyanobacterial primary production in low oxygen Proterozoic oceans. Environmental Microbiology. [Link]
  • Harrold, Z.R., Skidmore, M., Hamilton, T.L., Desch, L., Amada, K., van Gelder, W., Glover, K., Roden, E., Boyd, E.S. (2015). (In Press). Aerobic and anaerobic thiosulfate oxidation by a cold-adapted, subglacial chemoautotroph. Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
  • Crotty, T.L. & Jayne, B.C. (2015). Trade-offs between eating and moving: What happens to the locomotion of slender arboreal snakes when they eat big prey? Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 114: 446–458.
  • Jayne, B.C. & Byrnes, G. (2015). The effects of slope and branch structure on the locomotion of a specialized arboreal colubrid snake (Boiga irregularis). J. Exp. Zool. 323A:309–321.
  • Jayne,B.C., Newman, S.J., Zentkovich, M.M. & Berns, H.M. (2015) Why arboreal snakes should not be cylindrical: body shape, incline and surface roughness have interactive effects on locomotion. J. Exp. Biol. 218: 3978-3986.
  • Konishi, T. (2015). Redescription of UALVP 40, an unusual specimen of Chasmosaurus Lambe, 1914 (Ceratopsidae: Chasmosaurinae) bearing long postorbital horns, and its implications for ontogeny and alpha taxonomy of the genus. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 52 (8), 608–619.
  • Newbrey, M., and Konishi, T. (2015). A new lizardfish (Teleostei, Aulopiformes) from the Late Cretaceous Bearpaw Formation of Alberta, Canada, with a revised diagnosis of Apateodus (Aulopiformes, Ichthyotringoidei). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 35 (3), 19 pp..
  • Yamashita, M., Konishi, T., and Sato, T. (2015). Sclerotic rings in mosasaurs (Squamata: Mosasauridae): structures and taxonomic diversity. PLOS ONE, 10 (2), 16 pp.. [Link]
  • Konishi, T., Caldwell, M.W., Nishimura, T., Sakurai, K., and Tanoue, K. (2015). A new halisaurine mosasaur (Squamata: Halisaurinae) from Japan: the first record in the western Pacific realm and the first documented insights into binocular vision in mosasaurs. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 31 pp. DOI: 10.1080/14772019.2015.1113447.
  • Kaplan, L., D. L. Lentz, V. Slotten, P. Sheets and A.N. Hood. (2015). Phaseolus from Ceren, a Late Classic Maya Site in El Salvador. Economic Botany 69(2): 150-160.
  • Sheets, P., C. Dixon, D. L. Lentz, R. Egan, A. Halmbacher, V. Slotten, R. Herrera, and C. Lamb. (2015). The Sociopolitical Economy of an Ancient Maya Village: Cerén and its Sacbe. Latin American Antiquity 26(3): 341-361.
  • Loomis, J.D., Matter, S.F., Cameron, G.N., (2015). Effects of Invasive Amur Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) and White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) on Survival of Sugar Maple Seedlings in a Southwestern Ohio Forest. Am. Midl. Nat. 174, 65-73.
  • Matter, S.F., Roland, J., (2015). A priori prediction of an extreme crash in 2015 for a population network of the alpine butterfly, Parnassius smintheus. Ecosphere 6: article 168.
  • van Ee, J., M. Westbrook, S. Yadav, J. Roland & S.F. Matter. (2015). Predicting the effects of forest encroachment for Sedum lanceolatum and Rhodiola integrifolia at a subalpine ecotone. Alpine Botany 125:125–135.
  • Gray, L.J., Simpson, S.J., and Polak, M. (2015). Nutritional geometry reveals divergent patterns of condition dependence in male fitness components. In review.
  • Polak, M., Hooker, K.J., and Tyler, F. (2015). Consistent positive co-variation between fluctuating asymmetry and sexual trait size: A challenge to the developmental-instability sexual selection hypothesis. Symmetry, 7: 976-993, doi:10.3390/sym7020976[Link]
  • Polak, M., Fanson, K.V.P., Taylor, P.W., & Yap, S. (2015). Differential genotypic effects of sexual trait size on offspring mating success and viability. Behavioral Ecology, published online Oct 21, 2015, doi: 10.1093/beheco/arv174.[Link]
  • Luong, L.T., Polak, M., Horn, C., and Penoni, L.R. (2015). Physical and physiological costs of ectoparasitic mites on host flight endurance. Ecological Entomology, 40: 518-524. DOI: 10.1111/een.12218[Link]
  • Le Vasseur-Viens, H., Polak, M., and Moehring, A. (2015). No evidence for external genital morphology affecting cryptic female choice and reproductive isolation in Drosophila. Evolution, 69: 1797-1807. DOI: 10.1111/evo.12685[Link]
  • Pelikan, S., S. Heywood, and S.H. Rogstad.  (2015).  Weed Suppression Success Can Depend on Removal Pattern and Gene Dispersal Distance:  Modeling Callery Pear.  Weed Science 63:703-709. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1614/WS-D-14-00100.1 http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1614/WS-D-14-00100.1
  • Kashimshetty, Y., S. Pelikan, and S. Rogstad.  (2015).  Variable gene dispersal conditions and differing spatial deforestation patterns affect tropical tree conservation.  PLoS ONE 10(5): 1-22; e0127745. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0127745 May 22, 2015
  • Pfluger, P. T., D. G. Kabra, M. Aichler, S. C. Schriever, K. Pfuhlmann, V. C. García, M. Lehti, J. Weber, M. Kutschke, J. Rozman, J. W. Elrod, A. L. Hevener, A. Feuchtinger, M. Hrabě de Angelis, A. Walch, S. M. Rollmann, B. J. Aronow, T. D. Müller, D. Perez-Tilve, M. Jastroch, M. De Luca, J. D. Molkentin, M. H. Tschöp. (2015). Calcineurin links mitochondrial elongation with energy metabolism. Cell Metabolism 22:1-13.
  • Clark, D.L., Zeeff, C.K., Sabovodny, G., Hollenberg, A., Roberts, J.A., Uetz, G.W., (2015). The role of social experience in eavesdropping by male wolf spiders (Lycosidae). Anim. Behav. 106, 89-97.
  • Stoffer, B., Uetz, G.W., (2015). The effects of social experience with varying male availability on female mate preferences in a wolf spider. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 69, 927-937.
  • Stoffer, B., Uetz, G.W. (2015). Social experience affects female mate preferences for a visual trait in a wolf spider. Behav. Ecol. doi:10.1093/beheco/arv143
  • Sitvarin, M. I., Gordon, S.D., Uetz, G.W. &. A.L. Rypstra. (2015). The wolf spider Pardosa milvina detects predator threat level using only vibratory cues. Behaviour. DOI: 10.1163/1568539X-00003332
  • P.L. Baljon and D. A. Wagenaar, (2015). Responses to conflicting stimuli in a simple stimulus–response pathway. J Neurosci 35, 2398-2406.
  • J.M. Nagarah, A. Stowasser, R. Parker, H. Asari, and D.A. Wagenaar, (2015). Optically transparent multi–suction electrode arrays. Front. Neurosci. 9, art. no. 384.
  • D.A. Wagenaar, (2015). A classic model animal in the 21st century: recent lessons from the leech nervous system. J. Exp. Biol. 218, 3353-3359.

 

 

 

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics. Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Benoit, J.B., Hansen, I.A., Szuter, E.M., Drake, L.L, Burnett, D.L., & Attardo, G.M (2014). Emerging roles of aquaporins in relation to the physiology of blood-feeding arthropods. Journal of Comparative Physiology. B, Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology, 184(7), 811-25.
  • Michalkova, V., Benoit, J.B., Weiss, B.L, Attardo, G.M., & Aksoy, S. (2014). Vitamin B6 generated by obligate symbionts is critical for maintaining proline homeostasis and fecundity in tsetse flies. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 80(18), 5844-53.
  • Internationl Glossina Genome Initiative, (2014). Genome sequence of the tsetse fly (Glossina morsitans): vector of African trypanosomiasis. Science (New York, N.Y.), 344(6182), 380-6.
  • Benoit, J.B, Attardo, G.M, Michalkova, V.Krause, Tyler B, Bohova, J., Zhang, Q., Baumann, A.A, Mireji, P.O., Taká, P., Denlinger, D.L, Ribeiro, J.M, & Aksoy, S. (2014). A novel highly divergent protein family identified from a viviparous insect by RNA-seq analysis: a potential target for tsetse fly-specific abortifacients. PLoS Genetics, 10(4), e1003874.
  • Brelsfoard, C., Tsiamis, G., Falchetto, M., Gomulski, L.M., Telleria, E., Alam, U., Doudoumis, V., Scolari, F., Benoit, J.B, Swain, M., Takac, P., Malacrida, A.R, Bourtzis, K., & Aksoy, S. (2014). Presence of extensive Wolbachia symbiont insertions discovered in the genome of its host Glossina morsitans morsitans. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 8(4), e2728.
  • Telleria, E.L., Benoit, J.B, Zhao, X., Savage, A.F, Regmi, S., Alves e S., Thiago L., O'Neill, M., & Aksoy, S. (2014). Insights into the trypanosome-host interactions revealed through transcriptomic analysis of parasitized tsetse fly salivary glands. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 8(4), e2649.
  • Attardo, G.M, Benoit, J.B, Michalkova, V., Patrick, K.R., Krause, T.B., & Aksoy, S. (2014). The homeodomain protein ladybird late regulates synthesis of milk proteins during pregnancy in the tsetse fly (Glossina morsitans). PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 8(4), e2645.
  • Benoit, J.B, Hansen, I.A., Attardo, G.M., Michalková, V., Mireji, P.O., Bargul, J.L., Drake, L.L, Masiga, D.K., & Aksoy, S. (2014). Aquaporins are critical for provision of water during lactation and intrauterine progeny hydration to maintain tsetse fly reproductive success. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 8(4), e2517.
  • Michalkova, V., Benoit, J.B., Attardo, G.M., Medlock, J., & Aksoy, Serap (2014). Amelioration of reproduction-associated oxidative stress in a viviparous insect is critical to prevent reproductive senescence. PloS One, 9(4), e87554.
  • Haas, A., Pohlmeyer, J., McLeod, D.S., Kleinteich, T., Hertwig, S.T., Das, I., Buchholz, D.R. (2014) Extreme tadpoles II: The highly derived larval anatomy of Occidozyga baluensis (Boulenger, 1896), an obligate carnivorous tadpole. Zoomorphology 133:321–342.[Link]
  • Hanson, P.C., I. Buffam , J. Rusak, E.H. Stanley, and C. Watras. (2014). Quantifying lake allochthonous organic carbon budgets using a simple equilibrium model. Limnology & Oceanography 59(1): 167–181.[Link]
  • Ågren, A.M., I. Buffam, D.M. Cooper, T. Tiwari, C.D. Evans, and H. Laudon. (2014). Can the heterogeneity in stream dissolved organic carbon be explained by contributing landscape elements? Biogeosciences 11: 1199-1213.[Link]
  • Bland, K., Revetta, N., Stowasser, A. and Buschbeck, E.K. (2014). Unilateral range finding in diving beetle larvae. Journal of Experimental Biology. 217:327-330.
  • Stowasser, A. and Buschbeck, E.K. (2014). Multitasking in an eye: How the unusual organization of the principal larval eyes of Thermonectus marmoratus allows for far and near vision and might aid in depth perception. Journal of Experimental Biology, 217:2509-2516.
  • Buschbeck, E.K. (2014). Escaping compound eye ancestry: the evolution of single-chamber eyes in holometabolous larvae. Journal of Experimental Biology, 217, 2818-2824.
  • Stowasser, A and Buschbeck E.K. (2014) How aquatic water-beetle larvae with small chambered eyes overcome challenges of hunting under water. The Journal of Comparative Physiology, 200:911–922.
  • Loomis, J. D. and G. N. Cameron.  (2014).  Impact of the invasive shrub Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) on shrub-dwelling insects in a deciduous forest in the United States.  Biological Invasions 16:89-100.
  • Loomis, J. D., G. N. Cameron, and G. W. Uetz. (2014).  Impact of the invasive shrub Lonicera maackii on shrub-dwelling Araneae in a deciduous forest in eastern North America.  American Midland Naturalist 171:204-218
  • Weller, S.G., A.K. Sakai, T.M. Culley, L. Duong, and R.E. Danielson (2014) Segregation of male-sterility alleles across a species boundary. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12312
  • Kuester, A., Conner, J.K., Culley, T. and Baucom, R.S. (2014) How weeds emerge: a taxonomic and trait-based examination using United States data. New Phytologist 202(3):1055-68. doi: 10.1111/nph.12698.
  • Weller, S.G., Sakai, A.K. Culley, T.M., Duong, L. and Danielson, R.E. (2014) Segregation of male-sterility alleles across a species boundary. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(2): 429-36. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12312.
  • Brzyski, J. and Culley,T.M. (2014) Does sexual reproduction matter for rare clonal species in frequently disturbed habitats? Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 141:294-301.
  • Kapoor, V., DeBry, R. Boccelli, D. and Wendell, D. (2014) Sequencing Human Mitochondrial Hypervariable Region II as a Molecular Fingerprint for Environmental Waters. Environmental Science & Technology. 48:10648-10655.
  • Ettema, T.J., Lindas, A.C., Hjort, K., Poplawski, A.B., Kaessmann, H., Grogan, D.W., Kelman, Z., Andersson A.F., Pelve, E.A., Lundgren, M., Svärd, S.G. (2014) Rolf Bernander (1956-2014): pioneer of the archaeal cell cycle. Mol Microbiol. 92:903-9. doi: 10.1111/mmi.12608
  • Piekarski, N., J.B. Gross, J. Hanken (2014) Evolutionary conservation and lability of the embryonic derivation of the vertebrate skull. Nature Communications 5:5661. [Link]
  • McGaugh, S.E., J.B. Gross, B. Aken, M. Blin, R. Borowsky, et al. (2014) The cavefish genome reveals candidate genes for eye loss. Nature Communications 5:5307. [Link]
  • Epinasa, L., D. M. Centone, J. B. Gross (2014) A contemporary analysis of the presence of a loss-of-function Oca2 allele within the Micos Astyanax cave fish population. Speleobiology Notes 6:48-54.[Link]
  • J.B. Gross, A.J. Krutzler, B.M. Carlson (2014) Complex craniofacial changes in blind cave-dwelling fish are mediated by genetically symmetric and asymmetric loci. Genetics 196:1303-1319.[Link]
  • Thiel T., Hamilton, T.L., Tomsho, L.P., Burbans, R., Gay, S.E., Ramaley, R.F., Schuster, S.C., Steinke, L.A., Bryant, D.A. (2014). Draft genome sequence of the moderately thermophilic bacterium Schleiferia thermophila strain Yellowstone (Bacteroidetes). GenomeA, 2 (4). [Link]
  • Thiel T., Hamilton, T.L., Tomsho, L.P., Burbans, R., Gay, S.E., Schuster, S.C., Ward, D.M., Bryant, D.A (2014). Draft genome sequence of the filamentous anoxygenic phototrophic bacterium Chloroflexus sp. strain MS-G (Chloroflexi). GenomeA, 2 (5). [Link]
  • Boyd, E.S., Hamilton, T.L., Swanson, K.D., Howells, A.E., Baxter, B.K., Meuser, J.E., Posewitz, M.C., Peters, J.W. (2014). [FeFe]-Hydrogenase Abundance and Diversity along a Vertical Redox Gradient in Great Salt Lake, USA. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 15, 21947-21966. [Link]
  • Boyd, E.S., Hamilton, T.L., Havig, J.R., Skidmore, M., Shock, E.S. (2014). Chemolithotrophic primary production in a subglacial ecosystem. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 80, 6146-6132. [Link]
  • Hamilton, T.L., Koonce, E., Howells, A., Havig, J.R., Jewell, T., de la Torre, J., Peters, J.W., Boyd, E.S. (2014). Competition for ammonia influences the structure of chemotrophic communities in geothermal springs. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 80, 653-661. [Link]
  • Hamilton, T.L., Bovee R.J., Thiel, V., Sattin S.R., Mohr, W., Schaperdoth, I., Vogl K., Gilhooly III, W.P., Lyons, T.W., Tomsho, L.P., Schuster, S.C., Overmann, J., Bryant D.A., Pearson, A., Macalady, J.L. (2014). Coupled reductive and oxidative sulfur cycling in the phototrophic plate of a meromictic lake. Geobiology, 12, 451-468. [Link]
  • Jayne, B.C., Lehmkuhl, A.M. & Riley, M.A. (2014). Hit or miss: branch structure affects perch choice, behaviour, distance and accuracy of brown tree snakes bridging gaps. Animal Behaviour 88:233-241.
  • Horner A.M. & Jayne, B.C. (2014) Lungfish axial muscle function and the vertebrate water to land transition. PLoS ONE 9(5): e96516.
  • Byrnes, G, & Jayne, B.C. (2014) Gripping during climbing of arboreal snakes may be safe but not economical. Biol. Lett. 10: 20140434. [Link]
  • Popovici, J., C.P. White, J. Hoelle, B.K. Kinkle, and D.A. Lytle. (2014). Characterization of the cell surface properties of drinking water pathogens by microbial adhesion to hydrocarbon and electrophoretic mobility measurements. Colloids and Surfaces B: Interfaces. 118:126-132.
  • Lucero, L. J., S. L. Fedick, N. Dunning, D. L. Lentz, and V. L. Scarborough. (2014). Water and landscape: Ancient Maya settlement decisions. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association 24: 30-42 .
  • Lentz, D. L., N. P. Dunning, V. L. Scarborough, K. Magee, K. Thompson, G. Islebe, K. Tankersley, C. Carr, E. Weaver, L. Grazioso, C. Ramos and J. Jones.  (2014).  Forests, fields, and the edge of sustainability at the ancient Maya city of Tikal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 111(52): 18513 – 18518.
  • Chase, A. F., Lucero, L. J., Scarborough, V. L., Chase, D. Z., Cobos, R., Dunning, N. P., Fedick, S. L., Fialko, V., Gunn, J.D., Hegmon, M., Iannone, G., Lentz, D. L., Liendo, R., Prufer, K., Sabloff, J. A. Tainter, J. A., Valdez, F., Van der Leeuw, S. E. (2014). Tropical Landscapes and the Ancient Maya: Diversity in Time and Space. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association 24: 11-29.
  • Custer, J.E., B.D. Goddard, S.F. Matter & E.S. Kaneshiro. (2014) The relative proportions of different lipid classes and their fatty acid compositions change with culture age in the cariogenic dental pathogen Streptococcus mutans UA159. Lipids 49:543-554.
  • Matter, S.F., N. Keyghobadi & J. Roland. (2014) Ten years of abundance data within a spatial population network of the alpine butterfly, Parnassius smintheus. Ecology 95: 2985.
  • Caplins, S.A., K.J. Gilbert, C. Ciotir, J. Roland, S.F. Matter & N. Keyghobadi. (2014) Landscape structure and the genetic effects of a population collapse. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.281:1796-1798
  • Christopher, C.C., S.F. Matter & G.N. Cameron. (2014) Interactive effects of Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) and white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) on herb communities in deciduous forests in the eastern United States. Biological Invasions 16:2247-2261.
  • Lynch, K.M. & S.F. Matter. (2014). Trade of Athenian figured pottery and the effects of connectivity. pp. 107-115. In: J. Oakley (Ed.) Athenian Potters and Painters III, Oxbow.
  • Hetherington, H.L., Lawson, L.P., Clark, C.M., Petren, K., (2014). The evolutionary history of darwin's finches: speciation, gene flow, and introgression in a fragmented landscape. Evolution 68, 2932-2944.
  • Hurtado-Gonzales, J.L., Gallaher, W., Warner, A. & Polak, M. (2014). Microscale laser surgery demonstrates the grasping function of the male sex combs in Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila bipectinata. Ethology 120: 1-12, DOI: 10.1111/eth.12316[Link]
  • Grieshop, K., & Polak, M. (2014). Evaluating the post-copulatory sexual selection hypothesis for genital evolution reveals evidence for pleiotropic harm exerted by the male genital spines of Drosophila ananassae. J. evol. Biol., 27: 2676-2686, DOI: 10.1111/jeb.12524[Link]
  • Rogstad, S.H., and S. Pelikan. (2014).  Restoring the American Chestnut:  optimizing founder spacing to promote population growth and genetic diversity retention. Restoration Ecology. doi: 10.1111/rec.12124 link
  • Huang W., Massouras A., Inoue Y., Peiffer J., Ràmia M., Tarone A. M., Turlapati L., Zichner T., Zhu D., Lyman R. F., Magwire M. M., Blankenburg K., Carbone M. A., Chang K., Ellis L. L., Fernandez S., Han Y., Highnam G., Hjelmen C. E., Jack J. R., Javaid M., Jayaseelan J., Kalra D., Lee S., Lewis L., Munidasa M., Ongeri F., Patel S., Perales L., Perez A., Pu L., Rollmann S. M., Ruth R., Saada N., Warner C., Williams A., Wu Y. Q., Yamamoto A., Zhang Y., Zhu Y., Anholt R. R., Korbel J. O., Mittelman D., Muzny D. M., Gibbs R. A., Barbadilla A., Johnston J. S., Stone E. A., Richards S., Deplancke B., and Mackay T. F. (2014). Natural variation in genome architecture among 205 Drosophila melanogaster Genetic Reference Panel lines. Genome Research 24(7):1193-1208.
  • Tepe, E.J., G. Rodriguez-Castañeda, A.E. Glassmire, and L.A. Dyer (2014). Piper kelleyi, a hotspot of ecological interactions and a new species from Ecuador and Peru. Phytokeys, 34, 19–32. [Link]
  • Bornstein, A.J., J.F. Smith, and E.J. Tepe (2014). Two new species of Piper from the Greater Antilles. Systematic Botany, 39 (1), 10-16.
  • Rutledge, J. and G.W. Uetz. (2014). Effects of juvenile experience on adult female mating preferences in two closely related sympatric wolf spider species.  J. Arachnology 42:170-177.
  • C. M. Harley and D. A. Wagenaar, (2014). Scanning behavior in the medicinal leech Hirudo verbana. PLoS ONE 9(1), e86120.
  • D. A. Wagenaar, (2014). Publication quality 2D graphs with less manual effort due to explicit use of dual coordinate systems. Source Code for Biology and Medicine, 9:22
  • S. Romanenko, P. H. Siegel, D.A. Wagenaar, and V. Pikov, (2014). Effects of millimeter wave irradiation and equivalent thermal heating on the activity of individual neurons in the leech ganglion. J Neurophysiol., jn.00357.2014.

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics. Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Baumann, A. A, Benoit, J.B, Michalkova, V., Mireji, P.O., Attardo, G. M., Moulton, J.K., Wilson, T.G., & Aksoy, S. (2013). Juvenile hormone and insulin suppress lipolysis between periods of lactation during tsetse fly pregnancy. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, 372(1-2), 30-41.
  • Gomez-Mestre, I. Kulkarni, S., Buchholz, D.R. (2013) Mechanisms and Consequences of Developmental Acceleration in Tadpoles Responding to Pond Drying. PLoS One 8: e84266.[Link]
  • Peichl, M., J. Sagerfors, A. Lindroth, I. Buffam, A. Grelle, L. Klemedtsson, H. Laudon, and M. Nilsson. (2013). Energy exchange and water budget partitioning in a boreal minerogenic mire. Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1029/2012JG002073.
  • Lottig, N.R., I. Buffam, and E.H. Stanley. (2013). Comparisons of wetland and drainage lake influences on stream dissolved carbon concentrations and yields in a north temperate lake-rich region. Aquatic Sciences 75(4): 619-630.[Link]
  • Culley, T.M., Leng, J., Kephart, S.R. Cartieri, F. and Theiss, K.E. (2013)  Development of 16 microsatellite markers within the Camassia (Agavaceae) species complex and amplification in related taxa. Applications in Plant Sciences 1(10):1300027. link.
  • Brzyski, J. and Culley, T.M. (2013) Seed germination in the riparian zone: the case of the rare shrub, Spiraea virginiana (Rosaceae). Castanea 78(2): 87-94.
  • Sakai, A.K., Weller, S.G., Campbell, D.R., Culley, T.M., Dunbar-Wallis, A. and Andreas, A. (2013) Measure for measure: Comparing morphological and biomass traits for sex allocation in two gynodioecious species. American Journal of Botany 100(6): 1071-1082.
  • Culley, T.M., Stamper, T.I., Stokes, R.L., Brzyski, J.R., Hardiman, N.A. Klooster, M.R. and Merritt, B.J. (2013) An efficient technique for primer development and application that integrates fluorescent labeling and multiplex PCR.  Applications in Plant Sciences 1(10):1300027. link
  • Stamper, T., G.A. Dahlem, C. Cookman, and R.W. DeBry. (2013) Phylogenetic relationships of flesh flies in the subfamily Sarcophaginae based on three mtDNA fragments (Diptera: Sarcophagidae). Systematic Entomology. 38:35-44
  • DeBry, R.W., Timm, A., Wong, E.S., Stamper, T., Cookman, C., Dahlem, G. A. (2013) DNA-Based Identification of Forensically Important Lucilia (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in the Continental United States. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 58:73-78.
  • Griff, E.R. and Matter, S.F. (2013). Evaluation of an adaptive online learning system.  British Journal of Educational Technology 44:170-176.
  • Sakofsky C.J., Grogan, D.W. (2013). Endogenous mutagenesis in recombinant Sulfolobus plasmids. J. Bacteriol. 195: 2776-2785
  • Kissling, G., Grogan D.W., Drake, J.W. (2013). Confounders of mutation-rate estimators: selection and phenotypic lag in Thermus thermophilusMutat. Res. 749:16-20
  • J.B. Gross & H. Wilkens (2013) Albinism in phylogenetically and geographically distinct populations of Astyanax cavefish arises through the same loss-of-function Oca2 allele. Heredity 111:122-130.[Link]
  • J.B. Gross, A. Furterer, B.M. Carlson, B.A. Stahl (2013) An integrated transcriptome-wide analysis of cave and surface dwelling Astyanax mexicanus. PLoS ONE 8: e55659. [Link]
  • Hoefer, K.M. & Jayne, B.C. (2013).  Three-dimensional locations of destinations have species-dependent effects on the choice of paths and the gap-bridging performance of arboreal snakes. J. Exp. Zool. A 319(3):124-137.
  • Jayne, B.C. Baum, J.T. & Byrnes, G. (2013) Incline and peg spacing have interactive effects on the arboreal locomotor performance and kinematics of brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis). J. Exp. Biol. 216:3321-3331
  • Dunning, N. B., T. Beach, L. Grazioso Sierra, J. G. Jones, D. L. Lentz, S. Luzzadder-Beach, V. L. Scarborough, M. P. Smyth. (2013).  A tale of two collapses: Environmental variability and cultural disruption in the Maya Lowlands. Diálogo Andino 41: 171-183
  • Lentz, D. L. and A. N. Hood. (2013). Estudios paleobotanicos en Joya de Ceren. In: Joya de Ceren: Patrimonio Cultural de la Humanidad.  P. Sheets, ed., pp. 304-320. Editorial Universitaria, San Salvador, El Salvador. 
  • Kennett, D. J., I. Hajdas, B.J. Culletion, S. Belmecheri, S. Martin, H. Neff, J. Awe, H.V. Graham, K.H. Freeman, L. Newson, D.L. Lentz, F.S. Anselmetti, M. Robinson, N. Marwan, J. Southon, D.A. Hodell, G.H. Haug.  (2013). Correlating the Ancient Maya and Modern European Calendars with High-Precision AMS14C Dating. Nature Scientific Reports 3, Article number: 1597, doi:10.1038/srep01597.
  • Matter, S.F., F.J. Borrero & C. Fleiss. (2013). Modeling the growth and survival of populations of the freshwater mussel, Lampsilis radiata luteola: little evidence for intermittent recruitment. American Midland Naturalist 169:122-136.
  • Roland, J. & S.F. Matter. (2013). Variability in winter climate and winter extremes reduces population growth of an alpine butterfly. Ecology 94:190-199.
  • Griff, E. & S.F. Matter. (2013). Evaluation of an adaptive online learning system. British Journal of Educational Technology. 44:170-176.
  • Matter, S.F. & J. Roland. (2013). Female mating failure in the butterfly Parnassius smintheus: a component but not a demographic Allee effect. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata.146: 93-102.
  • Matter, S.F. (2013).Increases and decreases in network synchrony associated with local population extinction and recolonization. Ecological Modelling 266:68-72.
  • Petren, K., (2013). The evolution of landscape genetics. Evolution 67, 3383-3385.
  • Polak, M. and Tomkins, J.L. (2013). Developmental selection against developmental instability: A direct demonstration. Biology Letters, 9: 20121081, http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2012.1081[Link]
  • Pelikan, S., and S. H. Rogstad.  (2013).  NEWGARDEN:  a computer program to model the population dynamics and genetics of establishing and fragmented plant populations.  Conservation Genetics Resources 5:857-862. link
  • Rogstad, S.H., and S. Pelikan.  (2013).  Plant Species Restoration:  Effects of Different Founding Patterns on Sustaining Future Population Size and Genetic Diversity.  Sustainability 5:1304-1316. http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/5/3/1304/pdf 
  • Rogstad, S. H., and S. Pelikan. (2013).  Monitoring Endangered Species Populations:  Gene Dispersal Can Have Pronounced Effects On the Relationship Between Census Size and Genetic DiversityAmerican Journal of Plant Sciences 4:1932-1937.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ajps.2013.410238
  • Brown, E., J. E. Layne, C. Zhu, A. G. Jegga, and S. M. Rollmann. (2013). Genome-wide association mapping of natural variation in odor-guided behavior in Drosophila. Genes Brain and Behavior. 12:503-515.
  • Date, P., H. K. M. Dweck, M. C. Stensmyr, J. Shann, B. S. Hansson, and S. M. Rollmann. (2013). Divergence in olfactory host plant preference in D. mojavensis in response to cactus host use. PLoS One 8:e70027.
  • Luebbering N., Charlton-Perkins M., Kumar J. P., Rollmann S. M., Cook T., and V. Cleghon. 2013. Drosophila dyrk2 plays a role in the development of the visual system. PLoS One. 8:e76775.
  • Uetz, G.W.,Clark, D. L., Roberts, J.A, Gibson, J.S. and S.D. Gordon. (2013). Active space of multimodal signals of wolf spiders in a complex litter environment. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology  67: 1471-1482
  • C. M. Harley, M. Rossi, J. Cienfuegos, and D. A. Wagenaar, (2013). Discontinuous locomotion and prey sensing in the leech. J. Exp. Biol. 216, 1890–1897.
  • Kulkarni, S.S. and Buchholz, D.R. (2012) Beyond Synergy: Corticosterone and thyroid hormone have numerous interaction effects on gene regulation in Xenopus tropicalis tadpoles. Endocrinol. 153(11):5309–5324. [Link]
  • Kerney, R.R., Brittain, A.L. Hall, B.K., Buchholz, D.R. (2012). Cartilage on the move: Cartilage lineage tracing during tadpole metamorphosis. Dev. Growth, Differentiation 54:739-752. [Link]
  • Stanley, E.H., S.M. Powers, N.R. Lottig, I. Buffam and J.T Crawford. (2012). Contemporary changes in dissolved organic carbon of human-dominated rivers: Is there a role for DOC management? Freshwater Biology 57 SI Supp. 1: 26-42. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02613.x. [Link]
  • Wallin, M.B., T. Grabs, I. Buffam, H. Laudon, A. Ågren, M.G. Öquist, and K.H. Bishop. (2012). Evasion of CO2 from headwater streams – The dominant component of the carbon export through the aquatic conduit in a boreal landscape. Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12083. [Link]
  • A. Stowasser and E.K. Buschbeck (2012)  First elec­­trophysiological evidence for polarization sensitivity in camera like eyes of a predacious aquatic insect larva, Thermonectus marmoratus (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).  Journal of Experimental Biology. 215:3577-3586
  • S. Riazuddin, I.A. Belyantseva, A. Giese, K. Lee, A.A. Indzhykulian, S.P Nandamuri, R. Yousaf, G.P. Sinha, S. Lee, D. Terrell, R.S. Hegde, R.A. Ali, S. Anwar, P.B. Andrade-Elizondo, A. Sirmaci, L.V. Parise, S. Basit, A. Wali, M. Ayub, M. Ansar, W. Ahmad, S.N. Khan, J. Akram, M. Tekin, S. Riazuddin, T. Cook, E.K. Buschbeck, G.I. Frolenkov, S.M. Leal, T.B. Friedman, Z.M. Ahmed (2012) ­­Mutations in CIB2, a calcium and integrin binding protein, cause Usher syndrome type 1J and nonsyndromic deafness DFNB48. Nature Genetics. 44: 1265-1271

     

  • Quinn, L., T. Culley, and J.R. Stewart (2012) Genetic comparison of introduced and native populations of Miscanthus sinensis (Poaceae), a potential bioenergy crop. Grassland Science 58(2): 101-111.
  • Culley, T.M. and R.L. Stokes (2012) Genetic structure and outcrossing rates in Viola pedunculata (Violaceae), a California endemic violet lacking cleistogamous flowers. Madroño 59(4): 181-189.
  • Griff, E.R., Kleene, N.K. Kleene, S.J. (2012). A selective PMCA inhibitor does not prolong the electroolfactogram in mouse. PLos ONE 10.1371/journal.pone.0037148 link
  • Grogan, DW, Jinks-Robertson S. (2012). Formaldehyde-induced mutagenesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: molecular properties and the roles of repair and bypass systems. Mutat. Res. 731:92-98.
  • Sakofsky CJ, Foster PL, Grogan DW. (2012). Roles of the Y-family DNA polymerase Dbh in accurate replication of the Sulfolobus genome at high temperature.  DNA Repair (Amst).11:391-400.
  • Mao, DM and Grogan, DW. (2012). Genomic evidence of rapid, global-scale gene flow in a Sulfolobus species. Internat. Soc. Microb. Ecol. J. 6: 1613-1616.
  • Mao D, Grogan DW. (2012). Heteroduplex formation, mismatch resolution, and genetic sectoring during homologous recombination in the hyperthermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus acidocaldarius. Frontiers Microbiol. 3: 192
  • Gross J.B. (2012) Cave Evolution. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (eLS; Wiley Press). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0023628
  • J.B. Gross (2012) The complex origin of Astyanax cavefish. BMC Evolutionary Biology 12:105. [Link]
  • Jones, Z.M. & Jayne, B.C. (2012). The effects of sound on the escape locomotor performance of anole lizards. J. Herpetol. 46(1):51 55.
  • Jones, Z. M. & Jayne, B. C.(2012). Perch diameter and branching patterns have interactive effects on the locomotion and path choice of anole lizards. J. Exp. Biol. 215:2128-2134.
  • Byrnes, G. & Jayne, B. C. (2012) Three-dimensional trajectories affect gap bridging performance and behavior of brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularis). J. Exp. Biol. 215:2611-2620.
  • Hyams, S.E., Jayne, B.C. & and Cameron, G.N. (2012) Arboreal habitat structure affects locomotor speed and path choice of white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) J. Exp. Zool. 317A:540–551.
  • Jayne, B.C., Olberding, J.P., Athreya, D. & Michael A. Riley. (2012). Surface shape affects the three-dimensional exploratory movements of nocturnal arboreal snakes. J. Comp. Physiol. A. 198:905–913.
  • Lentz, D.L., S. Woods, A. Hood and M. Murph. (2012). Agroforestry and Agricultural Production of the Ancient Maya at the Chan Site. In: Chan: An Ancient Maya Farming Community in Belize, C. Robin, ed.  University of Florida Press, Gainesville.
  • Akpinar-Ferrand, E., N. Dunning, D. L. Lentz, J. G. Jones. (2012). Use of Aguadas as Water Management Sources in Two Southern Maya Lowland Sites. Ancient Mesoamerica.
  • Sheets, P., D. Lentz, A. Hood, J. Jones, D. Piperno. (2012).  Root and Seed Crop Agriculture South of the Ceren village. Latin American Antiquity.
  • Wright, R.P., D.L. Lentz, H.F. Baubien, C.K. Kimbrough (2012). New evidence for jute (Corchorus capsularis L.) in the Indus civilization. Archaeological and Anthropological Science
  • Scarborough, V.L., N. Dunning, K. Tankersley, C. Carr, E. Weaver, L. Grazioso, B. Lane, J. Jones, P. Buttles,  F.Valdes, and D.L.Lentz.  (2012). Water and sustainable land use at the ancient tropical city of Tikal, Guatemala. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 109: 12408-12413.
  • Matter, S.F., B. Reed, K. Illerbrun, A. Doyle, S. McPike & J. Roland. (2012). Young love? Mating of Parnassius smintheus Doubleday (Papillionidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 66:111-113.
  • Bjarnholt, N., M. Nakonieczny, A. Kędziorski, D.M. Debinski, S.F. Matter, C.E. Olsen & M. Zagrobelny. (2012). Occurrence of sarmentosin and other hydroxynitrile glucosides in Parnassius butterflies and their food plants. Journal of Chemical Ecology 38:525-538.
  • Matter, S.F., J.R. Brzyski, C.J. Harrison, S. Hyams, J. Loomis, C. Loo, H. Lubbers, L. Seastrum, T.I. Stamper, A.M. Stein, R. Stokes & B.S. Wilkerson. (2012). Invading from the garden? A comparison of leaf herbivory for exotic and native plants in natural and ornamental settings. Insect Science 19:677-682.
  • Grieshop, K. and Polak, M. (2012). The pre-copulatory function of male genital spines in Drosophila ananassae [Doleschall] (Diptera: Drosophilidae) revealed by laser surgery. Evolution 66:2637-2645.
  • Hotzy, C., Polak, M., Rönn, J. and Arnqvist, G. (2012) Phenotypic engineering unveils the function of genital morphology. Current Biology, 22: 2258-2261. [Link]
  • Polak, M. and Tomkins, J.L. (2012) Developmental instability as phenodeviance in a secondary sexual trait increases with fitness-damaging thermal stress. J. Evol. Biol., 25:277-287.
  • Mackay, T. F. C. S. Richards, E. Stone, A. Barbadilla, J. Ayroles, D. Zhu, S. Casillas, Y. Han, M. Magwire, J. Cridland, M. Richardson, R. Anholt, M. Barrón, C. Warner, Kerstin P. Blankenburg, M. Carbone, D. Castellano Esteve, L. Chaboub, L. Duncan, T. Harris, M. Javaid, J. Christina Jayaseelan, S. Jhangiani, K. Jordan, F. Lara-Garduno, F. Lawrence, Sa. Lee, P. Librado, R. Linheiro, R. Lyman, A. Mackey, M.a Munidasa, D. Muzny, L. Nazareth, I. Newsham, L. Perales, L. Pu, J. Qu, M. Ràmia, J. Reid, S. Rollmann, J. Rozas, N. Saada, L. Turlapati, K. Worley, Y. Wu, A. Yamamoto, Y. Zhu, C. Bergman, K. Thornton, D. Mittelman, R. Gibbs. (2012).The Drosophila melanogaster Genetic Reference Panel. Nature. 482:173-178.
  • Jones, A. R., T. R. Bell-Horwath, G. Li, S. M. Rollmann1, and E. J. Merino. (2012) Novel Oxidatively Activated Agents Modify DNA and are Enhanced by Ercc1 Silencing.(1co-corresponding author) Chemical Research in Toxicology. 25:2542-2552.
  • Richgels, P. K. and S.M. Rollmann.  (2012). (Epub2011). Genetic variation in odorant receptor contributes to variation in olfactory behavior in a natural population of Drosophila melanogaster. Chemical Senses 37:229-240.
  • Wilson, J.S., M.L. Forister, L.A. Dyer, J.M. O'Connor, K. Burls, C.R. Feldman, M.A. Jaramillo, J.S. Miller, G. Rodríguez-Castañeda, E.J. Tepe, J.B. Whitfield, and B. Young (2012). Host conservatism, host shifts and diversification across three trophic levels in two Neotropical forests. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25, 532–546. [Link]
  • Tepe, E.J., G. Ridley, and L. Bohs (2012). A new species of Solanum named for Jeanne Baret, an overlooked contributor to the history of botany. PhytoKeys. [Link]
    Gibson, J.S, & Uetz, G.W.  Animal Behaviour
  • Clark, D.L., Roberts, J.A. & G.W. Uetz. (2012). Eavesdropping and signal matching in visual courtship displays of spiders. Biology Letters 8(3):375-378. 
  • Gordon, S.D. & G. W. Uetz. (2012). Environmental interference: impact of acoustic noise on seismic communication and mating success.  Behavioral Ecology 23:707-714. 
  • Rankin, S.A., Zorn, A.M., Buchholz, D.R. (2011). New doxycycline-inducible transgenic Xenopus. Dev. Dynamics 240:1467–1474. [Link]
  • Hollar, A.R., Choi, J., Grimm, A.T., Buchholz, D.R. (2011). Higher thyroid hormone receptor expression correlates with short larval periods in spadefoot toads and increases metamorphic rate. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 173:190-198. [Link]
  • Kulkarni, S.S., Gomes-Mestre, I., Moskalik, C.L., Storz, B.L., Buchholz, D.R. (2011). Evolutionary reduction of developmental plasticity in desert spadefoot toads. J. Evol. Biol. 2 4:2445–2455.  [Link]
  • Hasebe, T., Buchholz, D.R., Shi, Y.-B., Ishizuya-Oka, A. (2011). Epithelial-connective tissue interactions induced by thyroid hormone receptor are essential for adult stem cell development in the Xenopus laevis intestine. Stem Cells 29:154-161. [Link]
  • Buffam, I., Turner, M.G., Desai, A.R., Hanson, P.C., Rusak, J. A., Lottig, N.R., Stanley, E. H., & Carpenter, S.R. (2011). Integrating aquatic and terrestrial components to construct a complete carbon budget for a north temperate lake district. Global Change Biology, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02313.x. [Link]
  • Laudon, H., M. Berggren, A. Ågren, I. Buffam, K. Bishop, T. Grabs, M. Jansson, and S. Köhler. (2011). Patterns and dynamics of Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) in boreal streams: The role of processes, connectivity and scaling. Ecosystems14: 880-893, doi:10.1007/s10021-011-9452-8. [Link]
  • Wallin, M. B., M.G. Öquist, I. Buffam, M.F. Billett and K.H. Bishop. (2011). Spatiotemporal variability of the gas transfer coefficient (KCO2) and its importance in calculating the evasion of carbon dioxide from boreal streams. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 25: GB3025, doi: 10.1029/2010GB003975. [Link]
  • Stanley, E.H., S.M. Powers, N.R. Lottig, I. Buffam and J.T Crawford.(2011). Contemporary changes in dissolved organic carbon of human-dominated rivers: Is there a role for DOC management? Freshwater Biology. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02613.x. [Link]
  • Maksimovic, S., Layne, J.F & Buschbeck, E.K. (2011). Characterization of spectral and temporal properties of the Sunburst Diving Beetle (Thermonectus marmoratus) larva photoreceptor cells. Journal of Experimental Biology 214, 3524-3531.
  • Rezsutek, J. M. & Cameron, G.N. (2011). Diet selection and plant nutritional quality in Attwater's pocket gopher (Geomys attwateri) Mammalian Biology 76:428-435.
  • Culley, T.M., Hardiman, N.A., and Hawks, J. (2011) The role of horticulture in plant invasions: how grafting in cultivars of Callery pear (Pyrus calleryana) can facilitate spread into natural areas. Biological Invasions 13(3): 739.
  • Wallace, L., Culley, T., Weller, S.G., Sakai, A., Kuenzi, A., Roy, T., Wagner, W. & Nepokroef, M. (2011). Asymmetrical gene flow in a hybrid zone of Hawaiian Schiedea (Caryophyllaceae): Species with contrasting mating systems. PLos Biology. link
  • Stakic, J., Suchanek, J.M., Ziegler, G.P., & E. Griff. (2011). The source of spontaneous activity in the main olfactory bulb of the rat. PLoS ONE 6(8): e23990.doe:10.1371/journal.pone.0023990. link
  • Sakofsky, C.J., Runck, L.A., Grogan, D.W. (2011). Sulfolobus mutants, generated via PCR products, which lack putative enzymes of UV photoproduct repair. Archaea 2011:864015
  • Ajon, M., Fröls, S., van Wolferen, M., Stoecker, K., Teichmann, D., Driessen, A.J., Grogan, D.W., Albers, S.V., Schlepe,r C. (2011). UV-inducible DNA exchange in hyperthermophilic archaea mediated by type-IV pili. Mol Microbiol. 82:807-17
  • Gross, J.B., Kerney, R., Hanken, J., C.J. Tabin (2011) Molecular anatomy of the developing limb bud in the coquí frog, Eleutherodactylus coqui. Evolution and Development 13:415-426.
  • Mansfield, R.H. & Jayne, B.C. (2011). Arboreal habitat structure affects route choice by rat snakes. J. Comp. Physiol. A. 197:119–129. [Link]
  • Jayne, B.C. & Herrmann, M.H. (2011). Perch size and structure have species-dependent effects on the arboreal locomotion of rat snakes and boa constrictors. J. Exp. Biol. 214:2189-2201. [Link]
  • Nkinin, S.W., J. R. Stringer, S. P. Keely, K.D.R. Setchell, J-L. Giner, E.S. Kaneshiro. (2011). Pneumocystis carinii sterol 14a-demethylase activityin Sacchromyces erg11 knockout mutant: sterol biochemistry. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 58:383-392. DOI: 10.1111/j.1550-7408.2011.00554.x
  • Sinai, A, E.S. Kaneshiro, H. Ward, L.M. Weiss, M.T. Cushion. (2011)The State of Research for AIDS-Associated Opportunistic Infections (AOI) and the Importance of Sustaining Smaller Research Communities. Eukaryot. Cell, Dec 9. [Epub ahead of print] PMI: 22158712
  • Kaneshiro, E.S., A.H. Limper. (2011). Pneumocystis. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, John Wiley & Sons,. http://www.els.net/ [DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0002101.pub2]
  • Kaneshiro, E.S., M.T. Cushion, F. Marciano-Cabral, L.M. Weiss, L. Xiao. (2011). Highlights and Summaries of the 11th International Workshops on Opportunistic Protists (IWOP-11), J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. , 589:1-6.
  • Tarighat, S.S., D.L. Lentz, S. F. Matter, & R.B. Bye. (2011). Morphometric analysis of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) achenes from Mexico and Eastern North America. Economic Botany 65(3): 260-270.
  • Blackman, B.K., N.C. Kane, H. Luton, R. A. Bye, D. L. Lentz, & L. H. Rieseberg. (2011). Sunflower domestication alleles support domestication center in Eastern North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 108 (34): 14361-14365.
  • Matter, S.F., A. Doyle, K. Illerbrun, J. Wheeler, & J. Roland. (2011). An assessment of direct and indirect effects of climate change for populations of the Rocky Mountain Apollo butterfly (Parnassius smintheus Doubleday). Insect Science. 18:385–392.
  • Parker, P., Buckles, E. L., Farrington, H.,  Petren, K., Whiteman, N., Ricklefs, R., Bollmer, J. L. & Jiménez-Uzcátegui, G.(2011). 110 Years of Avipoxvirus on the Galápagos Islands.PLoS ONE: 6(1): e15989. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0015989.
  • Farrington, H.L., & Petren, K. (2011). A century of genetic change and metapopulation dynamics in the Galápagos warbler finches (Certhidea). Evolution, 65(11), 3148-61.
  • Short, K.H., & Petren, K. (2011). Fine-scale genetic structure arises during range expansion of an invasive gecko. PloS one, 6(10), e26258.
  • Polak, M. and Tomkins, J.L. (2011) Developmental instability as phenodeviance in a secondary sexual trait increases with fitness-damaging thermal stress. J. Evol. Biol., in press.
  • Kamimura, Y. and Polak, M. (2011). Does surgical manipulation of Drosophila intromittent organs affect insemination success?. Proceedings. Biological Sciences The Royal Society.
  • Tepe, E.J., F.T. Farruggia and L. Bohs (2011). A 10-gene phylogeny of Solanum section Herpystichum (Solanaceae) and a comparison of phylogenetic methods.. American Journal of Botany, 98 (8), 1356-1365. [Link]
  • Sanchez-Puerta, M.V., C.C. Abbona, S. Zhuo, E.J. Tepe, L. Bohs, R.Olmstead, and J.D. Palmer (2011). Multiple recent horizontal transfers of the cox1 intron in the Solanaceae and extended co-conversion of flanking exons. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11, 277. [Link]
  • Tepe, E.J., and L. Bohs. (2011). A revision of Solanum sect. Herpystichum. Systematic Botany, 36, 1068-1087. [Link]
  • Rodríguez-Castañeda, G., R.E. Forkner, E.J. Tepe, L.A. Dyer and G.L. Gentry (2011). Weighing defensive and nutritive roles of ant mutualists across a tropical altitudinal gradient. Biotropica, 43, 343-350. [Link]
  • Gibson, J.S, & Uetz, G.W. (2011). Effect of Rearing Environment and Food Availability on Seismic Signaling in Male Wolf Spiders (Araneae: Lycosidae) (in press, Animal Behaviour)
  • Clark, D. L., Roberts, J. A., Rector, M. & G.W. Uetz. (2011). Spectral reflectance properties and visual communication in the wolf spider, Schizocosa ocreata (Hentz): simultaneous crypsis and background contrast in visual signals. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 65:1237-1247
  • Uetz, G.W., Clark, D. L., Roberts, J. A., Rector, M. (2011). Effect of visual background complexity and light level on detection of visual signals of male Schizocosa ocreata wolf spiders by female wolf spider receivers. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 65:753-761.
  • Gordon, S.D. & G. W. Uetz. (2011). Multimodal communication of wolf spiders on different substrates: evidence for behavioral plasticity. Animal Behaviour 81:367-375
  • Moskalik, B., Uetz, G.W. (2011). Female hunger state affects mate choice of a sexually selected trait in a wolf spider. Animal Behaviour 81:715-722.
  • Cady, A.B., Delaney, K.J. & G. W. Uetz.(2011). Energetic costs of courtship signalling in two wolf spider species with divergent courtship behaviors. J Arachnology 39:161-165.
  • Moskalik, B., Uetz, G.W. (2011) Experience with chemotactile cues indicating female feeding history impacts male courtship investment in the wolf spider Schizocosa ocreata. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65:2175 2181
  • Baucom, R.S. & Mauricio, R. (2010). Defense to the herbicide RoundUp® predates its wide spread use. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 12(1): 131-141.
  • Heimeier, R.A., Das, B., Buchholz, D.R., Fiorentino, M., Shi, Y.-B. (2010). Studies on Xenopus laevis intestine reveal biological pathways underlying vertebrate gut adaptation from embryo to adult. Genome Biology, 11(5), R55. [Link]
  • Buchholz, D. R., Hollar, A.R. Ledon-Retig, C. (2010). Scaphiopus couchii (Couch&39;s spadefoot). Developmental Morphology. Herpetological Review, 41(4), 480. [Link]
  • Hayes, T. B., Khoury, V., Narayan, A., Nazir, M., Park, A., Brown, T., Adame, L., Chan, E., Buchholz, D., Stueve, T., Gallipeau, S. (2010). Atrazine induces complete feminization and chemical castration in male African clawed frogs (Xenopus laevis). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(10), 4612, 4617. [Link]
  • Kulkarni, S.S., Singamsetty, S., & Buchholz, D.R. (2010). Corticotropin-releasing factor regulates the development in the direct developing frog, Eleutherodactylus coqui. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 169(3), 225-30. [Link]
  • Temnerud, J., Fölster, J., Buffam, I., Laudon, H., Erlandsson, M., & Bishop, K. (2010). Can the distribution of headwater stream chemistry be predicted from downstream observations? Hydrological Processes, 24(16), 2269-2276. [Link]
  • Ågren, A., Buffam, I., Bishop, K., & Laudon, H. (2010). Modeling stream dissolved organic carbon concentrations during spring flood in the boreal forest: A simple empirical approach for regional predictions. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 115(7), G01012, doi: 10.1029/2009jg001013. [Link]
  • Ågren, A., Buffam, I., Bishop, K., & Laudon, H. (2010). Sensitivity of pH in a boreal stream network to a potential decrease in base cations caused by forest harvest. Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences, 67(7), 1116-1125. [Link]
  • Buffam, I., Carpenter, S.R., Yeck, W., Hanson, P. C., & Turner, M.G. (2010). Filling holes in regional carbon budgets: predicting peat depth in a north-temperate lake district. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 115(G3), G01005, doi:10.1029/2009JG001034. [Link]
  • Wallin, M., Buffam, I., Öquist, M., Laudon, H., & Bishop, K. (2010). Temporal and spatial variability of dissolved inorganic carbon in a boreal stream network: Concentrations and downstream fluxes. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 115, G02014, doi: 10.1029/2009jg001100. [Link]
  • Haei, M., Öquist, M. G., Buffam, I., Ågren, A., Blomkvist, P., Bishop, K., Lofvenius, M. O., & Laudon, H. (2010). Cold winter soils enhance dissolved organic carbon concentrations in soil and stream water. Geophysical Research Letters, 37(16), L08501, doi: 10.1029/2010gl042821. [Link]
  • Morgan, R.C., Buschbeck, E.K. (2010) Retinal ultrastructure in the principle eyes may mediate polarization sensitivity in the first instar larva of the diving beetle Thermonectus marmoratus (Insecta: Dytiscidae). Zoomorphology, 129(3): 141-152
  • Stowasser, A., Rapaport, A., Layne, J.E., Morgan, R.C., and Buschbeck, E.K. (2010) Biological bifocal lenses with image separation. Current Biology appearing August 24th 2010 issue.
  • Klooster, M, & Culley, T.M. (2010) Population genetic structure of the mycoheterotroph Monotropa hypopitys L. (Ericaceae) and differentiation between red and yellow color forms. International Journal of Plant Sciences 171(2): 167-174.
  • Snow, A.A., Culley, T.M., Campbell, L., Sweeney, P. Hedge, S. and Ellstrand , N. (2010) Long-term persistence of crop alleles in weed populations. New Phytologist 186(2): 537-548.
  • Culley, T.M. and Stewart, J.R. (2010) Microsatellite primers in Rhamnus cathartica (Rhamnaceae) and applicability in related taxa to assess hybridization events.  AJB Primer Notes and Protocols in the Plant Sciences e7-e9.
  • Hardiman, N.A. and Culley, T.M. (2010) Reproductive success of cultivated Pyrus calleryana (Rosaceae) and establishment ability of invasive, hybrid progeny. American Journal of Botany  97(10): 1698-1706.
  • Campbell, D., Weller, S. Sakai, A., Culley, T.M., Dang, P. and Dunbar-Wallis, A. (2010) Genetic variation and covariation in floral allocation of two species of Schiedea with contrasting levels of sexual dimorphism. Evolution
  • Debry, R.W., Timm, A.E., Dahlem, G.A., & Stamper, T. (2010). mtDNA-based identification of Lucilia cuprina (Wiedemann) and Lucilia sericata (Meigen) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in the continental United States. Forensic Science International, 202(1-3), 102-9.
  • Dunford, S. (2010). Translocation in the Phloem. In: Taiz, L. and Zeiger, E. Plant Physiology, Fifth Edition. Sinauer Associates Inc., Sunderland, MA. pp. 271-303.
  • Grogan, D.W., Rockwood J. (2010). Discontinuity and limited linkage in the homologous recombination system of a hyperthermophilic archaeon. Journal of Bacteriology 192: 4660-4668
  • Gross J.B., C.J. Tabin (2010) Evolutionary genetics of pigmentation loss in the blind Mexican cavefish. In: In search of the causes of evolution. From field observations to mechanisms. Eds: Peter R Grant and Rosemary Grant.
  • Byrnes, G. & Jayne, B.C. (2010). Substrate diameter and compliance affect the gripping strategies and locomotor mode of climbing boa constrictors. J. Exp. Biol. 213:4249-4256.
  • Wyder, M.A., S.M. Griffin, D.N. Worsham, E.S. Kaneshiro. (2010). Clearance in vivo of instilled [3H]cholesterol from the rat lung. Biochem. Res. Intl. (Open access) Article number 965716.
  • Rajkumar, P., Rollmann, S.M., Cook, T. A. and Layne, J.E. (2010). Molecular evidence for color discrimination in the Atlantic sand fiddler crab, Uca pugilator. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 4240-4248.
  • Matter, S.F. & J. Roland (2010). Local extinction synchronizes population dynamics in spatial networks. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B. 277:729-737
  • Nica, R., S.F. Matter & E.R. Griff. (2010). Physiological evidence for two classes of mitral cells in the rat olfactory bulb. Brain Research 1358:81-88.
  • Matter, S.F. & J. Roland. (2010). Experimental extinction and the spatial population dynamics of the butterfly, Parnassius smintheus. Oikos 119:1961-1969
  • Brumm, H, Farrington, H., Petren, K., & Fessl, B. (2010). Evolutionary dead end in the Galápagos: divergence of sexual signals in the rarest of Darwin's finches. PloS one, 5(6), e11191.
  • Petren, K., Grant, P.R., Grant, B.R., Clack, A.A., & Lescano, N.V. (2010). Multilocus genotypes from Charles Darwin's finches: biodiversity lost since the voyage of the Beagle. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 365(1543), 1009-18.
  • Rashed, A. & Polak, M. (2010). Differential condition dependence among morphological traits inferred from responses to heat stress is predicted by sexual selection theory. Biol J Linn Soc 101, 566-574.
  • Polak, M. & Rashed, A. (2010). Microscale laser surgery reveals adaptive function of intromittent male genitlia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences, 277: 1371-1376. [Link]
  • Rollmann, S.M., Wang, P., Date, P., West, S.A., Mackay, T.F.C., & Anholt, R.R.H. (2010). Odorant receptor polymorphisms and natural variation in olfactory behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics, 186(2), 687-97.
  • Tepe, E.J. and L. Bohs (2010). A molecular phylogeny of Solanum sect. Pteroidea (Solanaceae) and the utility of COSII markers in resolving relationships among closely related species.. Taxon, 59, 733-743. [Link]
  • Pelser, P.B., E.J. Tepe, A.H. Kennedy, and L.E. Watson (2010). The fate of Robinsonia (Asteraceae): sunk in Senecio, but still monophyletic? . Phytotaxa, 5, 31-46. [Link]
  • Pelser, P.B., A.H. Kennedy, E.J. Tepe, J.B. Shidler, B. Nordenstam, J.W. Kadereit and L.E. Watson (2010). Patterns and causes of incongruence between plastid and nuclear Senecioneae (Asteraceae) phylogenies. American Journal of Botany, 97, 856-873. [Link]
  • Leiva González, S., F.T. Farruggia, E.J. Tepe, and C.T. Martine (2010). Browallia sandrae (Solanaceae) una nueva especie del Departamento Cajamarca, Perú / Browallia sandrae (Solanaceae) a new species from Cajamarca Department, Peru. Arnoldoa, 17, 9–17. [Link]
  • McCrate, A.T. & G.W. Uetz. (2010). Kleptoparasites: a two-fold cost of group living for the colonial spider Metepeira incrassata (Araneae: Araneidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64, :389-399.
  • Uetz, G.W., Hieber, C.S. & McCrate, A. (2010). Stealing for love?: Apparent nuptial gift behavior in a kleptoparasitic spider. Journal of Arachnology. 38: 128-131.
  • Rutledge, J., Miller, A. & G. W. Uetz. (2010) Exposure to multiple sensory cues as a juvenile affects adult female mate preferences in wolf spiders. Animal Behaviour 80:419-426.

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Heimeier, R. A., B. Das, D. R. Buchholz, & Y. B. Shi. (2009). The xenoestrogen bisphenol A inhibits postembryonic vertebrate development by antagonizing gene regulation by thyroid hormone. Endocrinology 150:2964-2973.
  • Ishizuya-Oka, A., T. Hasebe, D. R. Buchholz, M. Kajita, L. Z. Fu, & Y. B. Shi. (2009). Origin of the adult intestinal stem cells induced by thyroid hormone in Xenopus laevis. Faseb Journal 23:2568-2575.
  • Buschbeck, E. & M. Hauser. (2009). The visual system of male scale insects. Naturwissenschaften 96:365-374.
  • Buschbeck, E.K. (2009). Animal Eyes. In: Bruce Goldstein (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Perception. Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Maksimovic S, T. Cook & E.K. Buschbeck (2009). Spatial distribution of opsin encoding mRNAs within fourteen retinas (six eyes and an eye patch) of the Thermonectus marmoratus larval visual system (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae). Journal of Experimental Biology 212:3781-3794.
  • Cameron, G. N., J. J. Johnston, & J. C. Randolph. (2009). Nutrient Encounter by a Generalist Herbivore in a Heterogeneous Landscape. American Midland Naturalist 161:243-250.
  • Hopton, M. E., G. N. Cameron, M. J. Cramer, M. Polak, & G. W. Uetz. (2009). Live animal radiography to measure developmental instability in populations of small mammals after a natural disaster. Ecological Indicators 9:883-891.
  • Klooster, M. R. & T. M. Culley. (2009). Comparative analysis of the reproductive ecology of Monotropa and Monotropsis: two mycoheterotrophic genera in the monotropoideae (ericaceae). American Journal of Botany 96:1337-1347.
  • Klooster, M. R., A. W. Hoenle, & T. M. Culley. (2009). Characterization of microsatellite loci in the myco-heterotrophic plant Monotropa hypopitys (Ericaceae) and amplification in related taxa. Molecular Ecology Resources 9:219-221.
  • Grogan, D.W. (2009). Homologous recombination in Sulfolobus acidocaldarius: genetic assays and functional properties. Biochemical Society Transactions. 37:88-91
  • Owens, T. A., M. E. Tabangin, C. A. Huether, B. V. Bowling, & N. S. Warren. (2009). High School Biology/Life Science Teachers' Presentation of Genetic Counseling and Health Care Career Options in Their Classrooms. Journal of Genetic Counseling 18:275-286.
  • Astley, H. C. & B. C. Jayne. (2009). Arboreal habitat structure affects the performance and modes of locomotion of corn snakes (Elaphe guttata). Journal of Experimental Zoology Part a-Ecological Genetics and Physiology 311A:207-216.
  • Porter, M. L., A. S. Engel, T. C. Kane, & B. K. Kinkle. (2009). Productivity-diversity relationships from chemolithoautotrophically based ulfidic karst systems. International Journal of Speleology 38:27-40.
  • Kaneshiro, E. S. & E. Dei-Cas. (2009). Why the international workshops on opportunistic protists? Eukaryotic Cell 8:426-428.
  • Nkinin, S.W., K. Daly, P.D. Walzer, E. Ndzi, T. Asonganyi, N. Respaldiza, F. J. Medrano, & E.S. Kaneshiro. (2009). Evidence for high prevalence of Pneumocystis jirovecii exposure among Cameroonians. Acta Trop., 112:219-224.
  • Laseke, I., J. Korte, S.U. R. Lamendella, E.S. Kaneshiro, F. Marciano-Cabral, D.B. Oerther. (2009). Identification of Naegleria fowleri in warm groundwater aquifers. J. Environ. Qual., 39:147-153.
  • Lewis, S. S. & S. J. Keller. (2009). Identification of copper-responsive genes in an early life stage of the fathead minnow Pimephales promelas. Ecotoxicology 18:281-292.
  • Walls, M. L. & J. E. Layne. (2009). Direct evidence for distance measurement via flexible stride integration in the fiddler crab. Current Biology 19:25-29.
  • Walls, M. L. & J. E. Layne. (2009). Fiddler crabs accurately measure two-dimensional distance over three-dimensional terrain. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 3236-3240.
  • Lentz, D. L. & B. Hockaday. (2009). Tikal timbers and temples: ancient Maya agroforestry and the end of time. Journal of Archaeological Science 36:1342-1353.
  • Matter, S. F. (2009). Abundance of an herbivorous beetle: Factors affecting dispersal and local reproduction. American Midland Naturalist 162:19-28.
  • Matter, S.F., M. Ezzeddine, E. Duermit, J. Mashburn, R. Hamilton, T. Lucas, & J. Roland. (2009). Interactions between habitat quality and connectivity affect immigration but not abundance or population growth of the butterfly, Parnassius smintheus. Oikos 118:1461-1470.
  • Polak, M. & L. W. Simmons. (2009). Secondary sexual trait size reveals competitive fertilization success in Drosophila bipectinata Duda. Behavioral Ecology 20:753-760.
  • Uetz, G. W., J. A. Roberts, & P. W. Taylor. (2009). Multimodal communication and mate choice in wolf spiders: female response to multimodal versus unimodal signals. Animal Behaviour 78:299-305.
  • Lohrey, A. K., D. L. Clark, S. D. Gordon, & G. W. Uetz. (2009). Antipredator responses of wolf spiders (Araneae: Lycosidae) to sensory cues representing an avian predator. Animal Behaviour 77:813-821.

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Buschbeck, E.K. (2008.) Anatomical and Functional Diversity of Animal Eyes. In: Panagiotis A. Tsonis (Ed.) Animal Models in Eye Research. Academic Press.
  • Buschbeck, E.K. & M. Friedrich (2008.) Evolution of insect eyes: tales of ancient heritage, deconstruction, reconstruction, remodeling, and recycling. Evolution: Education and Outreach 1:448-462.
  • Cameron, G. N. & S. R. Spencer. (2008). Mechanisms of habitat selection by the hispid cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus). Journal of Mammalogy 89:126-131.
  • Culley, T. M., S. G. Weller, A. K. Sakai, & K. A. Putnam. (2008). Characterization of microsatellite loci in the Hawaiian endemic shrub Schiedea adamantis (Caryophyllaceae) and amplification in related species and genera. Molecular Ecology Resources 8:1081-1084.
  • Gist, D. H., A. Bagwill, V. Lance, D. M. Sever, & R. M. Elsey. (2008). Sperm Storage in the Oviduct of the American Alligator. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part a-Ecological Genetics and Physiology 309A:581-587.
  • Griff, E. R., M. Mafhouz, & M. A. Chaput. (2008). Comparison of Identified Mitral and Tufted Cells in Freely Breathing Rats: II. Odor-Evoked Responses. Chemical Senses 33:793-802.
  • Griff, E. R., M. Mafhouz, A. Perrut, & M. A. Chaput. (2008). Comparison of Identified Mitral and Tufted Cells in Freely Breathing Rats: I. Conduction Velocity and Spontaneous Activity. Chemical Senses 33:779-792.
  • Griff, E. R. & S. F. Matter. (2008). Early identification of at-risk students using a personal response system. British Journal of Educational Technology 39:1124-1130.
  • Grogan, D. W., M. A. Ozarzak, & R. Bernander. (2008). Variation in gene content among geographically diverse Sulfolobus isolates. Environmental Microbiology 10:137-146.
  • Grogan, D. W. & K. R. Stengel. (2008). Recombination of synthetic oligonucleotides with prokaryotic chromosomes: substrate requirements of the Escherichia coli/lambda Red and Sulfolobus acidocaldarius recombination systems. Molecular Microbiology 69:1255-1265.
  • Mackwan, R. R., G. T. Carver, G. E. Kissling, J. W. Drake, & D. W. Grogan. (2008). The rate and character of spontaneous mutation in Thermus thermophilus. Genetics 180:17-25.
  • Horner, A. M. & B. C. Jayne. (2008). The effects of viscosity on the axial motor pattern and kinematics of the African lungfish (Protopterus annectens) during lateral undulatory swimming. Journal of Experimental Biology 211:1612-1622.
  • Kaneshiro, E. S., S. A. Hunt, and Y. Watanabe. (2008). Bacteriovorax stolpii proliferation and predation without sphingophosphonolipids. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 367:21-25.
  • Nguyen, N. A. T., L. Sallans, & E. S. Kaneshiro. (2008). The Major Glycerophospholipids of the Predatory and Parasitic Bacterium Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus HID5. Lipids 43:1053-1063.
  • Osterburg, A. & S. J. Keller. (2008). Live yeast cell derivative induces c-fos expression in THP-1 monocytes. Medicinal Chemistry 4:264-272.
  • Lentz, D. L. (2008). Comment: Sunflowers among Aztecs? Reply. International Journal of Plant Sciences 169:980-980.
  • Lentz, D. L., R. Bye, & V. Sanchez-Cordero. (2008). Ecological niche modeling and distribution of wild sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) in Mexico. International Journal of Plant Sciences 169:541-549.
  • Lentz, D. L., M. D. Pohl, J. L. Alvarado, S. Tarighat, & R. Bye. (2008). Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) as a pre-Columbian domesticate in Mexico. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105:6232-6237.
  • Calabrese, J. M., L. Ries, S. F. Matter, D. M. Debinski, J. N. Auckland, J. Roland, & W. F. Fagan. (2008). Reproductive asynchrony in natural butterfly populations and its consequences for female matelessness. Journal of Animal Ecology 77:746-756.
  • Ezzeddine, M. & S. F. Matter. (2008). Nectar flower use and electivity by butterflies in sub-alpine meadows. Journal of the Lepidopterists Society 62:138-142.
  • Roslin, T., H. Syrjala, J. Roland, P. J. Harrison, S. Fownes, & S. F. Matter. (2008). Caterpillars on the run - induced defences create spatial patterns in host plant damage. Ecography 31:335-347.
  • Parent, C. E., A. Caccone, & K. Petren. (2008). Colonization and diversification of Galapagos terrestrial fauna: a phylogenetic and biogeographical synthesis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 363:3347-3361.
  • Short, K. H. & K. Petren. (2008). Isolation and characterization of 12 polymorphic microsatellite markers in the tropical house gecko (Hemidactylus mabouia). Molecular Ecology Resources 8:1319-1321.
  • Short, K. H. & K. Petren. (2008). Boldness underlies foraging success of invasive Lepidodactylus lugubris geckos in the human landscape. Animal Behaviour 76:429-437.
  • Polak, M. (2008). The developmental instability - Sexual selection hypothesis: A general evaluation and case study. Evolutionary Biology 35:208-230.
  • Rashed, A., B. Hamilton, & M. Polak. (2008). Ectoparasite resistance is correlated with reduced host egg Hatch rate in the Drosophila-Macrocheles system. Environmental Entomology 37:1099-1104.
  • Mols, J. B., P. J. A. Kessler, S. H. Rogstad, & R. M. K. Saunders. (2008). Reassignment of six Polyalthia species to the new genus Maasia (Annonaceae): Molecular and morphological congruence. Systematic Botany 33:490-494.
  • Sadi, B. B. M., A. P. Vonderheide, J. M. Gong, J. I. Schroeder, J. R. Shann, & J. A. Caruso. (2008). An HPLC-ICP-MS technique for determination of cadmium-phytochelatins in genetically modified Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Chromatography B-Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 861:123-129.
  • Roberts, J. A. & G. W. Uetz. (2008). Discrimination of variation in a male signaling trait affects detection time in visual predators. Ethology 114:557-563.
  • Taylor, P. W., J. A. Roberts, A. E. Wignall, & G. W. Uetz. (2008). Foreleg autotomy reduces mating success of male Schizocosa ocreata wolf spiders. Journal of Insect Behavior 21:193-202.
  • Gibson, J. S. & G. W. Uetz. (2008). Seismic communication and mate choice in wolf spiders: Components of male seismic signals and mating success. Animal Behaviour 75:1253-1262.

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Sato, Y. Buchholz, D.R., Paul, B.D., Shi, Y.-B. (2007). A role of unliganded thyroid hormone receptor in postembryonic development in Xenopus laevis. Mech. Develop. 124:476-488. (full text pdf 1142 KB)
  • Buchholz, D.R., Singamsetty, S., Karadge, U., Williamson, S., Langer, C.E., Elinson, R.P. (2007). Nutritional endoderm in a direct developing frog: A potential parallel to the evolution of the amniote egg. Dev. Dynamics 236:1259-1272. (full text pdf 757 KB)
  • Paul, B.D., Buchholz, D.R., Fu, L., Shi, Y.-B. (2007). SRC-p300 coactivator complex is required for thyroid hormone-induced amphibian metamorphosis. J. Biol. Chem. 282(10):7472-7481. (full text pdf 564 KB)
  • Buchholz, D.R., Heimeier, R.A., Das, B., Washington, T., Shi, Y.-B. (2007). Pairing morphology with gene expression in thyroid hormone-induced intestinal remodeling and identification of a core set of TH-induced genes across tadpole tissues. Devel. Biol. 303:567-590. (full text pdf 2663 KB)
  • Goodward, D.M., Barber, P.H., Buchholz, D.R. (2007). Geographic Distribution. Scaphiopus couchii. Herpetol. Rev. 37(3): 359-360.
  • Maksimovic, S., Layne, J.E., & E.K. Buschbeck. (2007). Behavioral evidence for within-eyelet resolution in twisted-winged insects (Strepsistera). J. Exp. Biol. 210:2819-2828.
  • Buschbeck, E. K., S. J. Sbita, & R. C. Morgan. (2007). Scanning behavior by larvae of the predacious diving beetle, Thermonectus marmoratus (Coleoptera : Dytiscidae) enlarges visual field prior to prey capture. Journal of Comparative Physiology a-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 193:973-982.
  • Sbita, S. J., R. C. Morgan, & E. K. Buschbeck. (2007). Eye and optic lobe metamorphosis in the sunburst diving beetle, Thermonectus marmoratus (Coleoptera : Dytiscidae). Arthropod Structure & Development 36:449-462.
  • Cramer, M. J. & G. N. Cameron. (2007). Effects of bot fly, Cuterebra fontinella, parasitism on male aggression and female choice in Peromyscus leucopus. Animal Behaviour 74:1419-1427.
  • Thompson, K., M.C. Miller, & T.M. Culley (2007) Comparison of plant species richness, diversity, and biomass in Ohio wetlands. The Ohio Journal of Science 107:32-38.
  • Culley, T. M. & N. A. Hardiman. (2007). The beginning of a new invasive plant: A history of the ornamental Callery pear in the United States. Bioscience 57:956-964.
  • Culley, T.M. & M.R. Klooster. (2007). The cleistogamous breeding system: a review of its frequency, evolution and ecology in angiosperms. The Botanical Review 73:1-30.
  • Culley, T. M., S. J. Sbita, & A. Wick. (2007). Population genetic effects of urban habitat fragmentation in the perennial herb Viola pubescens (Violaceae) using ISSR markers. Annals of Botany 100:91-100.
  • Weller, S. G., A. K. Sakai, T. M. Culley, D. R. Campbell, P. Ngo, & A. K. Dunbar-Wallis. (2007). Sexually dimorphic inflorescence traits in a wind-pollinated species: heritabilities and genetic correlations in Schiedea adamantis (Caryophyllaceae). American Journal of Botany 94:1716-1725.
  • Herrick, J. R., J. B. Bond, G. A. Magarey, H. L. Bateman, R. L. Krisher, S. A. Dunford, & W. F. Swanson. (2007). Toward a feline-optimized culture medium: Impact of ions, carbohydrates, essential amino acids, vitamins, and serum on development and metabolism of in vitro fertilization-derived feline embryos relative to embryos grown in vivo. Biology of Reproduction 76:858-870.
  • Gist, D. H., S. Bradshaw, C. M. K. Morrow, J. D. Congdon, & R. A. Hess. (2007). Estrogen response system in the reproductive tract of the male turtle: An immunocytochemical study. General and Comparative Endocrinology 151:27-33.
  • Mast, T. G. & E. R. Griff. (2007). The effects of analgesic supplements on neural activity in the main olfactory bulb of the mouse. Comparative Medicine 57:167-174.
  • Mackwan, R. R., G. T. Carver, J. W. Drake, & D. W. Grogan. (2007). An unusual pattern of spontaneous mutations recovered in the halophilic archaeon Haloferax volcanii. Genetics 176:697-702.
  • Bowling, B. V., E. E. Acra, L. Wang, M. F. Myers, G. E. Dean, G. C. Markle, C. L. Moskalik, & C. A. Huether. (2008). Development and evaluation of a genetics literacy assessment instrument for undergraduates. Genetics 178:15-22.
  • Bowling, B. V., C. A. Huether, L. Wang, M. F. Myers, G. C. Markle, G. E. Dean, E. E. Acra, F. P. Wray, & G. A. Jacob. (2008). Genetic literacy of undergraduate non-science majors and the impact of introductory biology and genetics courses. Bioscience 58:654-660.
  • Day, L.M. & B.C. Jayne. (2007). Interspecific scaling of the morphology and posture of the limbs during the locomotion of cats (Felidae). J. Exp. Biol. 210(4):1-13. (full text Adobe .pdf format 338Kb)
  • Jayne, B.C. & M.A. Riley. (2007). Scaling of the axial morphology and gap-bridging ability of the brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis). J. Exp. Biol. 210: 1148-1160. (full text Adobe .pdf format 995Kb)
  • Astley, H.C., & B.C Jayne. (2007). Effects of perch diameter and incline on the kinematics, performance and modes of arboreal locomotion of corn snakes (Elaphe guttata). J. Exp. Biol. 210-3862-3872.
  • Jayasimhulu, K., S.M. Hunt,Y. Watanabe, J-L. Giner, E.S. Kaneshiro. (2007). Detection and identification of Bacteriovorax stolpii UKi2 sphingophosphonolipid molecular species. J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom.18:394-403.
  • Kaneshiro, E.S.,A.G. Smulian. (2007). PneumocystisIn: Mehlhorn, H. (ed.) Encyclopedic Reference of Parasitology.  Springer-Verlag, Berlin. In press.
  • Kaneshiro, E. S., S. M. Hunt, & S. W. Nkinin. (2007). Recombinant Pneumocysts carinii S-adenosylmethionine : sterol Delta(24) methyltransferase (SAM : SMT) expressed in heterologous systems. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 54:44S-44S.
  • Nkinin, S. W., T. Asonganyi, E. S. Didier, & E. S. Kaneshiro. (2007). Microsporidian infection is prevalent in healthy people in Cameroon. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 45:2841-2846.
  • Nkinin, S. W., S. P. Keely, J. R. Stringer, & E. S. Kaneshiro. (2007). The sequence of the Pneumocystis carinii erg11 gene that codes for sterol 14 alpha-demethylase. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 54:51S-51S.
  • Matter, S. F. (2007). Population density and patch size: A field study of within and between generation variability. American Midland Naturalist 157:1-10.
  • Roland, J. & S. F. Matter. (2007). Encroaching forests decouple alpine butterfly population dynamics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104:13702-13704.
  • Luong, L.T., Heath, B.D., & Polak, M. (2007). Host inbreeding increases susceptibility to ectoparasitism. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20:79-86. (pdf)
  • Jaenike, J., Polak, M., Fiskin, A., Helou, M., & Minhas, M. (2007). Interspecific transmission of endosymbiotic Spiroplasma by mites. Biology Letters, 3:23-25.  (pdf)
  • Cooperman, A.F., Polak, M., Evans, C.S., & Taylor, P.W. (2007). Different sexual traits show covariation among genotypes: implications for sexual selection. Behavioral Ecology, 18:311-317.  (pdf)
  • Luong, L. T. & M. Polak. (2007). Environment-dependent trade-offs between ectoparasite resistance and larval competitive ability in the Drosophila-Macrocheles system. Heredity 99:632-640.
  • Luong, L. T. & M. Polak. (2007). Costs of resistance in the Drosophila-macrocheles system: A negative genetic correlation between ectoparasite resistance and reproduction. Evolution 61:1391-1402.
  • Polak, M., L. T. Luong, & W. T. Starmer. (2007). Parasites physically block host copulation: a potent mechanism of parasite-mediated sexual selection. Behavioral Ecology 18:952-957.
  • Polak, M. & P. W. Taylor. (2007). A primary role of developmental instability in sexual selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 274:3133-3140.
  • Mueller, K. E. & J. R. Shann. (2007). Effects of tree root-derived substrates and inorganic nutrients on pyrene mineralization in rhizosphere and bulk soil. Journal of Environmental Quality 36:120-127.
  • Roberts, J.A., P.W. Taylor & G.W. Uetz. (2007). Consequences of complex courtship display: Predator detection of multi-modal signaling. Behavioral Ecology 18: 236-240.
  • Uetz, G.W. & S. Norton. (2007). Preference for male traits in female wolf spiders varies with the choice of available males, female age and reproductive state. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61: 631-641.
  • Delaney, K. J., J. A. Roberts, & G. W. Uetz. (2007). Male signaling behavior and sexual selection in a wolf spider (Araneae : Lycosidae): a test for dual functions. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62:67-75.
  • Milliser, J. & G. Uetz. (2007). The other insect societies. Nature 445:261-262.

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Gomez-Mestre, I. & D.R. Buchholz,  (2006). Developmental plasticity mirrors differences among taxa in spadefoot toads linking plasticity and diversity. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 103(50): 19021-19026. (full text pdf)
  • Mandapaka, K., R. C. Morgan & E. K. Buschbeck (2006). Twenty eight retinas but only twelve eyes; an anatomical analysis of the larval visual system of the diving beetle Thermonectus marmoratus (Dytiscidae; Coleoptera). The Journal of Comparative Neurology, 497:166-181.
  • Cramer, M.J. & G.N. Cameron. (2006). Effects of bot fly (Cuterebra fontinella) parasitism on a population of white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus). Journal of Mammalogy 87:1103-1111
  • Washburn, S.J. & T.M. Culley. (2006). Epiphytic macrolichens of the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area - Part II: Distribution, diversity and urban ecology. The Bryologist. 109:516-52.
  • Weller, S.G., A.K. Sakai, T.M. Culley, D.R. Campbell & A.K. Dunbar-Wallis. (2006). Predicting the pathway to wind pollination: Heritabilities and genetic correlations of inflorescence traits associated with wind pollination in Schiedea salicaria (Caryophyllaceae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19(2):331-342.
  • Sakai, A.K., S.G. Weller, W.L. Wagner, M. Nepokroeff & T.M. Culley.  (2006). Adaptive radiation and evolution of breeding systems in Schiedea (Caryophyllaceae), an endemic Hawaiian genus. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 93(1): 49-63.
  • Culley, T.M., A.K. Dunbar-Wallis, A.K. Sakai, S.G. Weller, M.Mishio, D.R. Campbell & M. Herzenach. (2006). Genetic variation of ecophysiological traits in two gynodioecious species of Schiedea (Caryophyllaceae). New Phytologist 169(3):589-601.
  • Griff, E.R. (2006). How neurons work: An analogy and demonstration using a sparkler and a frying pan. American Biology Teacher 68: 412-417.
  • Grogan, D.W. (2006). Genetic properties of Sulfolobus acidocaldarius and related archaea. In: Garrett, R.A. and Klenk, H.-P. (Eds). Archaea - Physiology, Molecular Biology and Evolution. Malden MA:Blackwell Publishing.
  • Clark, H.M,, Gamm J., Huether, C.A., Buncher, C.R., Blough Pfau R., Warren, N.S. (2006). Genetic counselors and research: Current practices and future directions Am. J. Med. Genet. Part C: Seminars in Med. Genet. 142C( 4):276-83.
  • Kaneshiro, E.S., M. Basselin, S. Merali, O. Kayser. (2006). Ubiquinone synthesis and its regulation in Pneumocystis carinii. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 53:435-444.
  • Kaneshiro, E.S., A. Cali, M.T. Cushion, D.S. Lindsay, F. Marciano-Cabral, J.R. Mead, L.M. Weiss. (2006). The International Workshops on Opportunistic Protists. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 53:S1-S7.
  • Nkinin, S.W., S.P. Keely, J.R. Stringer, E.S. Kaneshiro. (2006). The sequence of the erg 11 gene in strains Form 1 and Form 6 of Pneumocystis carinii are identical. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 53:S146-S147.
  • Mueller, K.E., S.R. Mueller, H.F. Henry, A.P. Vonderheide, R.S. Somana, B.K. Kinkle, & J.R. Shann. (2006). Fate of penta-brominated diphenyl ethers in soil: abiotic sorption, plant uptake, and interspecific plant competition. Environmental Science & Technology 40(21):6662-6667.
  • Mueller, S.R., A.P. Vonderheide, J.R. Shann, & B.K. Kinkle. (2006). Use of SEC-ICP-MS with collision cell for determining the interaction of chromium with DNA extracted from metal contaminated soil. Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 386:142-151.
  • Polaczyk, A., B. Kinkle, I. Papautsky, & D.B. Oerther. (2006). Culture-Based BioMEMS device to track Gordonia in activated sludge. Environ. Sci. Technol. 40:2269-2274
  • Jjemba, P.K., B.K. Kinkle, and J.R. Shann. (2006). In-situ enumeration and probing of pyrene-degrading soil bacteria. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 55:287-298.
  • Layne, J.E., P.W. Chen & C. Gilbert (2006). The role of target elevation in visual prey selection by tiger beetles (Carabidae: Cicindella sp.). J. Exp. Biol. 209: 4295-4303.
  • Lentz, D.L. (2006). Utah juniper (Juniperus osteosperma [Torr.]Little) cones and seeds from Salmon Pueblo. Pp. 853-858. In: Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico. Paul F. Reed, ed. Tucson, AZ: Center for Desert Archaeology.
  • Matter, S.F., A. Wick, M. Gaydos, M. Frantz & J. Roland. (2006). Egg viability and larval contribution to fecundity of Parnassius smintheus Doubleday (Papilionidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 60:101-102.
  • Matter, S.F. (2006). Changes in landscape structure decrease mortality during migration. Oecologia 150:8-16.
  • Evans, R. & Miller, M.C. (2006). Nutrients, Eutrophic Response, and Fish Anomalies in the Little Miami River, Ohio. Ohio J. Sci 106(4): 146-155.
  • Saenger, C., Miller,M.,  Smittenberg, R.H. & J.P. Sachs. (2006). A physico-chemical survey of inland lakes and Saline ponds: Chirstmas Island (Kiritimati) and Washington Island (Teraina) Republic of Kiribati. Saline Systems 2(8) doi:10.1186/1746-1448-2-8
  • Dame, E. A. & Petren, K. (2006). Behavioral mechanisms of invasion and displacement in Pacific Island geckos (Hemidactylus). Animal Behaviour 71: 1165-73. [pdf]
  • Petren, K. (2006). A landscape genetic view of geographic variation in Darwin's finches. Journal of Ornithology 147:47-47.
  • Mueller, K. & J.R. Shann. (2006). PAH dissipation in spiked soil: impacts of bioavailability, microbial activity, and trees. Chemosphere 64:1006-1014.
  • Vonderheide, A., S. Mouncicou, J. Meija, H. Henry, J. Caruso, & J.R. Shann. (2006). Investigation of selenium-containing root exudates from Brassica juncea using HPLC/ICP-MS and ESI-qTOF-MS. Analyst. 131: 33-40 [featured on cover]
  • Mounicon, S., A.P. Vonderheide, J. Meija, J.R. Shann, & J.A. Caruso. (2006). Localization and speciation of selenium and mercury in Brassica juncea, implications for Se-Hg antagonism. JAAS 21(4): 404-412.
  • Mueller, S.R., A.P. Vonderheide, J.R. Shann, J.A. Caruso & B.K. Kinkle. (2006). Use of SEC-ICP-MS with collision cell for determining the interaction of chromium with DNA extracted from metal contaminated soil Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry [ABC-00343-2006]
  • Mounicou, S., A.P. Vonderheide, J. Meija, J.R. Shann & J.A. Caruso. (2006). Comparison of a selenium accumulator (Brassica juncea) and a non-accumulator (Helianthus annuus) in the investigation of selenium-containing proteins. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • Mueller, K. & J.R. Shann. (2006). Effects of tree root-derived substrates and inorganic nutrients on pyrene mineralization in rhizosphere and bulk soil. J. Environmental Quality 36:120-127.
  • Mueller, K., S.R. Mueller, H.F. Henry, A.P. Vonderheide, R.S. Soman, B.K. Kinkle & J.R. Shann. (2006). Fate of penta-BDEs in soil: abiotic sorption, plant uptake, and interspecific plant interactions. Environmental Science and Technology DOI: 10.1021/es060776l
  • Vonderheide, A. P., S.R. Mueller-Spitz, J. Meija, G.L. Welsh, K.M. Mueller, B.K. Kinkle, J.R. Shann, & J.A. Caruso. (2006). Rapid breakdown of brominated flame retardants by soil microorganisms. JAAS 21(11):1232-1239.
  • Mounicon, S., Vonderheide, A.P., MeijaJ. , Shann, J.R. , & J.A. Caruso. (2006). Localization and speciation of selenium and mercury in Brassica juncea. JAAS 21:1-9.
  • Taylor, P.W., J. A. Roberts, & G. W. Uetz. (2006). Compensation for injury?: Modified multi-modal courtship of wolf spiders following autotomy of signaling appendages. Ecology, Ethology & Evolution 18:79-89.
  • Roberts, J.A., E. Galbraith, J. Milliser, P.W. Taylor, & G.W. Uetz. (2006). Absence of Social Facilitation of Courtship in the Wolf Spider, Schizocosa ocreata (Hentz) (Araneae: Lycosidae). Acta Ethologica. 9: 71-77
  • Taylor, P. W., J. A. Roberts, & G. W. Uetz. (2006). Mating in the absence of visual cues by Schizocosa ocreata (Hentz 1844) wolf spiders (Araneae, Lycosidae). Journal of Arachnology 34:501-505.

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Buschbeck, E.K. and R.R. Hoy (2005) The development of a long, coiled optic nerve in the stalk-eyed fly Cyrtodiopsis whitei. Cell and Tissue Research. 321(3):491-504.
  • Buschbeck, E.K. (2005) The compound lens eye of Strepsiptera: morphological development of larvae and pupae. Arthropod Structure and Development. 34(3):315-326.
  • Huerta-Patrico, K. D. Cameron, G. N. Cameron, & R. A. Medellín. (2005). Conservation implications of exotic game ranching in the Texas Hill Country. Pp. 237-252 In:Contribuciones mastozoologicas en honor de Bernardo Villa (V. Sanchez-Cordero and R. Medellín, eds.), Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, D. F. (pdf file)
  • Rezsutek, M. J., & G. N. Cameron. (2005). Effect of deer grazing on diet of Attwater’s pocket gopher on the Texas coastal prairie. Pp. 423-436 In: Contribuciones mastozoologicas en honor de Bernardo Villa (V. Sanchez-Cordero and R. Medellín, eds.), Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, D. F. (pdf file)
  • Cameron, G. N., & B. L. Kruchek. (2005). Use of coastal wetlands by hispid cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus). The Southwestern Naturalist 50:397-402. (pdf file)
  • Romanach, E. S., E. W. Seabloom, O. J. Reichman, W. E. Rogers, & G. N. Cameron. (2005). Effects of species, gender, age, and habitat on geometry of pocket gopher foraging tunnels. Journal of Mammalogy 86:750-762.
  • Culley, T.M. (2005). Characterization of newly developed microsatellite loci in the Stemmed Yellow Violet, Viola pubescens (Violaceae). Molecular Ecology Notes 5: 882-884
  • DeBry, R.W. (2005). The systematic component of phylogenetic error as a function of taxon sampling under parsimony. Systematic Biology 54:432-440.
  • Spears, T., R. W. DeBry, L. G. Abele and K. Chodyla. (2005). Peracarid monophyly and interordinal phylogeny inferred from nuclear small-subunit ribosomal DNA sequences (Crustacea: Malacostraca: Peracarida). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 118:117-157.
  • Pence, V.C., Dunford, S.S. and Redella, S.S. (2005). Differential effects of abscisic acid on desiccation tolerance and carbohydrates in three species of liverworts. Journal of Plant Physiology 162: 1331-7.
  • Mast, T.G. and E.R.. Griff. (2005). In vivo preparation and identification of mitral cells in the main olfactory bulb of the mouse. Brain Research Protocols 15:105-113.
  • Kurosawa N. and  Grogan D. W. (2005). Homologous recombination of exogenous DNA with the Sulfolobus acidocaldarius genome: properties and uses. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 253(1):141-9.
  • Whitaker R. J., Grogan, D. W., and Taylor J. W. (2005) Recombination shapes the natural population structure of the hyperthermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus islandicus. Mol Biol Evol. 22(12):2354-61.
  • Hansen J. E., Dill A. C., Grogan D. W. (2005). Conjugational genetic exchange in the hyperthermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus acidocaldarius: intragenic recombination with minimal dependence on marker separation. J Bacteriol. 187(2):805-9.
  • Blount Z. D., and Grogan D. W. (2005). New insertion sequences of Sulfolobus: functional properties and implications for genome evolution in hyperthermophilic archaea. Mol Microbiol. Jan;55(1):312-25.
  • Mattingly, W.B., & B.C. Jayne. (2005). The choice of arboreal escape paths and its consequences for the locomotor behaviour of four species of Anolis lizards. Animal Behaviour. 70(6):1239-1250. (full text Adobe .pdf format 256Kb)
  • Higham, T.E. Malas, B., Jayne, B.C. & Lauder, G.V. (2005). Constraints on starting and stopping: Behavior compensates for reduced pectoral fin area during braking of the bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus). J. Exp. Biol. 208(12): 4735-4746. (full text Adobe .pdf format 370Kb)
  • Basselin, M., S. M. Hunt, H. Abdala-Valencia, E. S. Kaneshiro. (2005). Ubiquinone synthesis in mitochondrial and microsomal subcellular fractions of Pneumocystis: differential sensitivity to atovaquone. Eukaryot. Cell, 4: 1483-1492.
  • Jing, G., H. Eluru, A. Polaczyk, B. Kinkle, D. Oerther, & I. Papautsky. (2005). Paraffin surfaces for culture-based detection of mycobacteria in environmental samples. J. Micromech. Microeng. 15:270-276.
  • Cheung, P.-Y., & B.K. Kinkle. (2005). Effects of nutrients and surfactants on pyrene mineralization and Mycobacterium spp. populations in contaminated soil. Soil Biol. Biochem. 37:1401-1405.
  • Cheung, P.-Y., & B.K. Kinkle. (2005). Changes in Mycobacterium spp. population structure and pyrene mineralization in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon amended soils. Soil Biol. Biochem. 37:1929-1937.
  • Revetta, R.P., M.R. Rodgers, & B.K. Kinkle. (2005). Isolation and identification of freshwater bacteria antagonistic to Giardia lamblia cysts. J. Water Health 3:83-88.
  • Matter, S.F., T. Roslin & J. Roland. (2005). Predicting immigration of two species in contrasting landscapes: effects of scale, patch size and isolation. Oikos 11:359-367.
  • Ross, J.A., S.F. Matter & J. Roland. (2005). Edge avoidance and movement of the butterfly Parnassius smintheus in matrix and non-matrix habitat. Landscape Ecology 20:127-135.
  • Keyghobadi, N., J. Roland, S.F. Matter & C. Strobeck. (2005). Among- and within-patch components of genetic diversity respond at different rates to habitat fragmentation: an empirical demonstration. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 272:553-560.
  • Meyer, R.R. (2005). A French-English Glossary for Human Anatomy & Physiology, New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Meyer, R.R. (2005). Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in Magill’s Medical Guide, third revised edition, A. Chang, H.B. Hawley, K.E. Kalumuck, L.M. Katz, N.A. Piotrowski, & C. Rizzo, ed., 1297-1298.
  • Meyer, R.R. (2005). Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), in Magill's Medical Guide, third revised edition, A. Chang,H.B. Hawley, K.E. Kalumuck, L.M. Katz, N.A. Piotrowski, & C. Rizzo, ed., 31-36
  • Matsuda, A. , Meyer, R.R. & J. Forney (2005) Identification of genes required for DNA elimination in Paramecium tetaurelia. FASEB Conf. Ciliate Molecular Biology, p. 6.
  • White, D. , Johnson, K. & Miller, M. (2005). The Ohio River pp. 375-426. In Benke, A. C. and C. E. Cushing. Rivers of North America. Elsevier Academic Press. ISBN 0-12-088253-1.
  • Tonnis, B., Grant, P.R., Grant, B.R. & Petren, K. (2005). Habitat selection and ecological speciation in the Galápagos warbler finches Certhidea fusca and C. olivacea. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B 272: 819-826. [pdf]
  • Grant, P.R., Grant, B.R. & Petren, K. (2005). Hybridization in the recent past. American Naturalist 166: 56-67. [pdf]
  • Petren, K., Grant, B.R. & Grant, P.R. & Keller, L.F. (2005). Comparative landscape genetics and the adaptive radiation of Darwin's finches: the role of peripheral isolation. Molecular Ecology 14: 2943-2957. [pdf]
  • Petren, K. (2005). Adaptive speciation without local adaptation? Review of Adaptive Speciation. Eds. Doebeli, M. Deickmann, U., Metz, J & Tautz, D. Ecology 86:2546-2547.
  • Polak, M., & Starmer, W.T. (2005). Environmental origins of sexually selected variation and a critique of the fluctuating asymmetry-sexual selection hypothesis. Evolution 59:577-585. pdf
  • Halliday, R.B., Walter, D.E., & Polak, M. (2005). A new species of Gamasodes Oudemans from Australia (Acari: Parasitidae). Zootaxa 1001:17-30.
  • McEvey, S.F., & Polak, M. (2005). Mycodrosophila (Diptera: Drosophilidae) of Fiji and Vanuatu with a description of nine new species. Fiji Arthropods: Bishop Museum Occasional Papers. in press.
  • Lawrence, R.D., & fully updated and revised by Polak, M. (2005). The Natural History of Canadaa. Key Porter Books, Toronto, Canada.
  • Keane, B., M. H. Collier, & S. H. Rogstad. (2005). Pollution and genetic structure of North American populations of the common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 105:341-357.
  • Vonderheide, A.P., Sadi, B.M., Shann,  J.R. & J.A. Caruso.(2005). Environmental and Clinical Applications. In: Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometry and its Applications, 2nd edition, Stephen Hill, UK. 2005.
  • Persons, M.H. & G. W. Uetz. (2005). Sexual cannibalism and mate choice decisions in wolf spiders: influence of male size and secondary sexual characters. Animal Behaviour 69:83-94. (full text)
  • Taylor, P.W., J.A. Roberts, and G.W. Uetz. (2005). Flexibility in the multi-modal courtship of a wolf spider, Schizocosa ocreata. Journal of Ethology 23:71-75 (full text)
  • Norton, S. and G.W. Uetz. (2005). Mating frequency in Schizocosa ocreata (Hentz) wolf spiders: evidence for a mating system with female monogamy and male polygamy. Journal of Arachnology 33:16-24. (full text)
  • Roberts, J.A. and G.W. Uetz. (2005). Discrimination of female reproductive state from chemical cues in silk by males of the wolf spider, Schizocosa ocreata Araneae, Lycosidae). Animal Behaviour 70:217-223. (full text)

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • German, R.Z. (2004). The Ontogeny of Sexual Dimorphism: the implications of longitudinal vs. cross-sectional data for studying heterochrony in mammals. In Shaping Primate Evolution : Form, Function, and Behavior, Anapol, F., R.Z. German,  & N.G. Jablonski (eds). Cambridge University Press. pp.11-23
  • Farmer, M. A, & R.Z.German.  (2004). Sexual Dimorphism in the Craniofacial Growth of the Guinea Pig (Cavia porcellus). J. Morphology 259(2):172 - 181 
  • German, R.Z., A.J. Thexton,  & A.W. Crompton. (2004). Volume and Rate of Milk Delivery as Determinants of Swallowing in an Infant Model Animal (Sus scrofia). Dysphagia
  • Thexton, A.J., A.W.Crompton, , & R.Z. German.  (2004). Correlation between intaoral pressures and tongue movements in the suckling pig. Arch. Oral. Biology.
  • Anapol, F., R.Z. German,  & N.G. Jablonski (eds) (2004). Shaping Primate Evolution : Form, Function, and Behavior. Cambridge University Press 442pp.
  •  Jones, D.C. & R.Z. German. in press. Variation in ontogeny. In: Variation: A Hierarchical Examination of a Central Concept in Biology. B. Hallgrimsson and B. K. Hall (eds).
  • Hallgrímsson, B., Dorval, C., Zelditch, M.L., German, R.Z. in press. Craniofacial Variability and Morphological Integration in Mice Susceptible to Cleft Lip and Palate. J. Anat.
  • German, R.Z. in press. The Role of Animal Models in Understanding Feeding Behavior in Infants. Int. J. Orofacial Myology.
  • Higham, T.E. & B.C. Jayne. (2004). Locomotion of lizards on inclines and perches: hindlimb kinematics of an arboreal specialist and a terrestrial generalist.. J. Exp. Biol. 207(2):233-248. (full text Adobe .pdf format 389Kb)
  • Higham, T.E. & B.C. Jayne. (2004). In vivo muscle activity in the hind limb of the arboreal lizard, Chamaeleo calyptratus: general patterns and the effects of incline. J. Exp. Biol. 207(2):249-261.  (full text Adobe .pdf format 293Kb)
  • Mattingly, W.B. & B.C. Jayne. (2004). Resource use in arboreal habitats: structure affects locomotion of four ecomorphs of Anolis lizards. Ecology 85(4): 1111-1124. (full text Adobe .pdf format 1.2Mb)
  • Spezzano, L.C. Jr. & B.C. Jayne. (2004) The effects of surface diameter and incline on the hindlimb kinematics of an arboreal lizard (Anolis sagrei) J. Exp. Biol. 207(12):2115-2131. (full text  Adobe .pdf format 542Kb)
  • Kaneshiro, E.S. Lipids. In: Walzer, P.D., M.T. Cushion (ed.) Pneumocystis carinii Pneumonia, 3rd edn., Marcel Dekkar, New York. In press.
  • Popa R., A. Badescu, & B.K. Kinkle. (2004). Pyrite framboids as biomarkers for iron-sulfur systems, Geomicrobiol. J. 21:193-206.
  • Popa, R., & B.K. Kinkle. (2004). Isolation of Thiomonas thermosulfatus strain 51, a species capable of coupling biogenic pyritization with chemiosmotic energy transduction Geomicrobiol. J. 21:297-309.
  • Jing, G., G. Hollis, A. Polaczyk, H. Eluru, B. Kinkle, D. Mast, D. Oerther, & I. Papautsky. (2004). Developing rapid detection of mycobacteria using microwaves. Analyst 129:963-969.
  • Matter, S.F. & J. Roland. (2004). Relationships among population estimation techniques: an examination for Parnassius smintheus. Journal of the Lepidopterist's Society 58:189-195.
  • Matter, S.F., J. Roland, A. Moilanen & I. Hanski. (2004). Migration and survival of Parnassius smintheus: detecting effects of habitat for individual butterflies. Ecological Applications 14:1526 1534.
  • O'Brien, W.John , M. Barfield, N.D. Bettez, G. M. Gettel, A. E.Hershey, M.E. McDonald, M. C. Miller, H. Mooers, J. Pastor, C. Richards, & J. Schuldt. (2004). Physical, chemical and biotic effects on arctic zooplankton communities and diversity. Limnology and Oceanography 49 (4): 1250-1261.
  • Hershey, A.E., S. Beaty, K. Forino, M. Keyse, P.P. Pou, W.J. O'Brien, A.J. Ulseth, G.A. Gettel, P.W. Lienesch, C. Luecke, M.E. McDonald, C.H. Mayer, M.C. Miller, C. Richards, J.A. Schuldt, S.C. Whalen. (2004). Effect of landscape factors on fish distribution in arctic Alaskan lakes. Freshwater Biology 51: 39-55.
  • Polak, M., D.E. Kroeger, I.L. Cartwright, , & C. Ponce de Leon.  (2004). Genotype-specific responses of fluctuating asymmetry and of preadult survival to lead and temperature stress in Drosophila melanogaster. Environmental Pollution 127:145-155.
  • Polak, M., W.T. Starmer, , &  L.L. Wolf. (2004). Sexual selection for size and symmetry in a diversifying secondary sexual character in Drosophila bipectinata Duda (Diptera: Drosophilidae). Evolution 58: (in press, March issue).
  • Roberts, J. A. & G.W. Uetz. (2004). Chemical signaling in a wolf spider: A test of ethospecies discrimination. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 30:1271-1284. (full text pdf)
  • Pruden, A.J. & G.W. Uetz. (2004). Assessment of Potential Predation Costs of Male Decoration and Courtship Display in Wolf Spiders Using Video Digitization and Playback. Journal of Insect Behavior, 17:67-80. (full text pdf)
  • Roberts, J.A. and G.W. Uetz. (2004). Species-specificity of chemical signals: Silk source affects discrimination in a wolf spider (Araneae: Lycosidae). Insect Behavior 17:477-491. (full text)

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Buschbeck, E.K., B. Ehmer and R. R. Hoy (2003) The unusual visual system of the Strepsiptera: External eye and neuropils. Journal of Comparative Physiology-A. 189(8): 617 - 630.
  • Cameron, G. N. (2003). Prey use by barn owls (Tyto alba) in a Texas coastal habitat. Texas Journal of Science 55:219-224. 
  • Mayer, A. L., & G. N. Cameron. (2003). Consideration of grain and extent in landscape-scale studies of terrestrial vertebrate ecology. Landscape and Urban Planning 65:201-217. 
  • Mayer, A. L., and G. N. Cameron. (2003). Landscape characteristics, spatial extent, and breeding bird diversity in Ohio. Diversity and Distribution 9:297-311. 
  • Soler-Frost, A., R. A. Medellín, & G. N. Cameron. (2003). Pappogeomys bulleri. Mammalian Species 717:1-3.
  • Culley T.M., T.C Grubb (2003) Genetic effects of habitat fragmentation in Viola pubescens (Violaceae), a perennial herb with chasmogamous and cleistogamous flowers. Molecular Ecology 12(11): 2919-2930.
  • Davis, R.R., P. Kozel, L.C. Erway. (2003). Genetic influences in individual susceptibility to noise: a review. Noise Health 5(20):19-28.
  • Thompson E.N., A.R. Biknevicius , & R.Z. German. (2003). Ontogeny of feeding function in the gray short-tailed opossum Monodelphis domestica: empirical support for the constrained model of jaw biomechanics. J. Exp. Biol. 206:923-932.
  • Grogan, D.W. & J.E. Hansen. (2003). Molecular characteristics of spontaneous deletions in the hyperthermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus acidocaldarius. J. Bacteriol. 185: 1266-1272.
  • Grogan, D.W. (2003). Cytosine methylation by the SuaI restriction-modification system: implications for genetic fidelity in a hyperthermophilic archaeon. J. Bacteriol.. 185: 4657-4661. 
  • Whitaker R.J., D.W. Grogan, & J.W. Taylor. (2003). Geographic barriers isolate endemic populations of hyperthermophilic archaea. Science 301:976-978.
  • Paglierani L.M., H.J. Kalkwarf.  S.L. Rosenthal , C.A. Huether,  R.J. Wenstrup. (2003). The impact of test outcome certainty on interest in genetic testing among college women.  J. Genetic Counseling: 12: 131-149.
  • Zhao, H., J-L. Giner, E.S. Kaneshiro. (2003). Definitive structural identities of Pneumocystis jirovecii sterols. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 50: 680. 
  • Worsham, D.N., M. Basselin, A.G. Smulian, D.H. Beach, E.S. Kaneshiro. (2003). Evidence for cholesterol scavenging by Pneumocystis and potential modifications of host-synthesized sterols by the P. carinii SAM:SMT. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 50: 678-679. 
  • Kaneshiro, E.S., M. Basselin, S. M. Hunt. (2003). Evidence that biosynthesis of individual ubiquinone homologs in Pneumocystis carinii is under homolog-specific negative feedback (product) control. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 50:622-623.
  • Rodgers, M., D. Flanigan, S. Pfaller, & B.K. Kinkle. (2003). Identification of a Flavobacterium strain virulent against Giardia lamblia cysts. World J. Microbio. Biotech. 19:703-709. 
  • Coughlin, M.F., B.K. Kinkle, and P.L. Bishop. (2003). High performance degradation of azo dye Acid Orange 7 and sulfanilic acid in a laboratory scale reactor after seeding with cultured bacterial strains. Water Research 37:2757-2763.
  • Matter, S.F. (2003). Modelling the density-area relationship in a dynamic landscape: an examination for the beetle Tetraopes tetraophthalmus and a generalized model. Ecological Modelling 169:103-117.
  • Starmer,W.T.S., M. Polak, S. Pitnick, S. McEvey, L.L. Wolf, & J.S.F. Barker. (2003). Phylogenetic, geographical and temporal analysis of female reproductive tradeoff in Drosophila. Evolutionary Biology 33:139-171.
  • Polak, M. (2003). Heritability of resistance against ectoparasitism in the Drosophila-Macrocheles system. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16:74-82. 
  • Polak, M., A.P.Møller, S. Gangestad, J.Manning, R. Thornhill. (2003). Does an individual asymmetry parameter exist? A meta-analysis. In: M. Polak (ed.), Developmental Instability: Causes and Consequences, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 81-96. 
  • Polak, M. (Editor), (2003). Developmental Instability: Causes and Consequences. Oxford University Press, New York, 544 pp.
  • Roberts, J.A., Taylor, P.W. & G.W. Uetz. (2003). Kinship and food availability influence cannibalism tendency in early-instar wold spiders (Araneae: Lycosidae). Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 54:416-422. (full text pdf)
  • Uetz, G.W. & P.W. Taylor. (2003). Developmental Instability and Animal Communication: Fluctuating Asymmetry as a Signal and as an Influence on the Signaling Process. In. M. Polak, Ed., Developmental instability: Causes and Consequences. Oxford University Press, New York, NY pp. 213-230.

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences. Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Dunford, S. (2002). Transport in the Phloem. In: L. Taiz and E. Zeiger, eds., Plant Physiology, Third Ed. Sinauer Associates.
  • Kozel P.J., R.R. Davis, EF Krieg, G.E. Shull, & L.C. Erway. (2002) Deficiency in plasma membrane calcium ATPase isoform 2 increases susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss in mice. Hear Res. 164(1-2):231-239.
  • German, R.Z. & S.A. Stewart. (2002). Ontogeny and Sexual Dimorphism in Primates. In: Heterochrony and Hominid Evolution. McNamara, K. (Ed). Johns Hopkins Press. pp207-222.
  • Lammers, A.R. & R.Z. German. ( 2002). Ontogenetic allometry in the locomotor skeleton of specialized half-bounding mammals J. Zool., Lond. 258, 485-495.
  • Gist, D.H.,  S.M.Dawes, T. W. Turner, S. Sheldon, S. & J.D.Congdon,  (2002). Sperm storage in turtles: a male perspective. J. Exp. Zool. 292:180-186.
  • Gribbins, K., D.H. Gist,  & Congdon, J. D. (2002) The Cytological Evaluation of Spermatogenesis and Organization of the Germinal Epithelium in the male Slider Turtle, Trachemys scripta. J. Morphol. 255(3):337-346..
  • Phillips, S. L. & E.R. Griff.  Impulse Conduction of olfactory receptor neuron axons", Microscopy Research and Technique (in Press).
  • Reilly M.S. & D.W. Grogan. (2002). Biological effects of DNA damage in the hyperthermophilic archaeon Sulfolobus acidocaldarius. FEMS Microbiology Lett. 208: 29-34.
  • Bell, G.D. & D.W. Grogan. (2002). Loss of genetic accuracy in mutants of the thermoacidophile Sulfolobus acidocalodarius. Archaea 1: 45-52.
  • Hott A,  C.A. Huether ,  J.D.  McInerney,  C. Christianson,  R. Fowler, H. Bender,  J. Jenkins G. Markle  & R. Karp. (2002). Genetics content in introductory biology courses for non-science majors: theory and practice. BioScience. 52(11)1024-1035.
  • Jayne, B.C., H.K. Voris & P.K.L. Ng. (2002). Snake circumvents constraints on prey size. Nature 418:143. (full text Adobe  .pdf format 96Kb).
  • Kaneshiro,E.S. (2002). Pneumocystis cariniiEncyclopedia of Life Sciences,  London. Nature Publishing Group, vol14, pp. 654-661. http://www.els.net
  • Kaneshiro, E.S., J. Rosenfeld, M. Basselin, J.R. Stringer, A.G. Smulian, J-L. Giner. (2002). The Pneumocystis carinii drug target S-adenosyl-L-methionine:sterol methyl transferase has a unique substrate preference. Mol. Microbiol., 44:989-999.
  • Giner, J., H. Zhao, D.H. Beach, E.J. Parish, K. Jayasimhulu, E.S. Kaneshiro. (2002). Comprehensive and definitive structural identities of Pneumocystisi carinii sterols. J. Lipid Res.,43:1114-1124.
  • Kaneshiro, E.S. (2002). Is Pneumocystis a plant? J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 49:367-373.
  • Karp, R.D. Transplantation. Genetics Encyclopedia. Macmillan. In press.
  • Karp, R.D. Immune System Genetics. Genetics Encylopedia. Macmillan. In press.
  • Coughlin, M.F., B.K. Kinkle, & P.L. Bishop. 2002. Degradation of acid orange 7 in an aerobic biofilm. Chemosphere. 46:11-19.
  •  Meyer, R.R. (2002). Chapter 58: "Genomes", in Biology for Students, R. Richardson, ed., New York, Macmillan Reference.
  • Meyer, R.R.  (2002) Chapter 78: "Biotechnology", in Biology for Students, R. Richardson, ed., New York, Macmillan Reference.
  • Meyer, R.R. (2002). Chapter 83: "The Human Genome Project", in Biology for Students, R. Richardson, ed., New York, Macmillan Reference.
  • Bettez, N.D., P.A. Rublee,   J. O'Brien, & M.C. Miller. changes in abundance, compostion and controls within the plankton of a fertilised arctic lake. Freshwater Biology 47(2):303-311.
  • Bush,M.B., M.C. Miller, P.E. De Oliveira, & P.A. Colinvaux. In Press. Orbital-forcing signal in sediments of two Amazonian lakes. Quaternary Ecology.
  • Keller, L. F., P.R. Grant, B.R. Grant & K. Petren. (2002). Environmental conditions affect the magnitude of inbreeding depression and survival of Darwin's finches. Evolution 56: 1229-1239.
  • Petren, K. & Case, T. J. (2002). An updated mtDNA phylogeny for Sauromalus and implications for the evolution of gigantism. In: Case, T.J. & Cody, M.L., eds., Island Biogeography in the Sea of Cortéz: Second edition. University California Press, Berkeley.
  • Mayer, A., K. Petren, A. Shelton, M. J. Cramer, B. Keane, J. Markert, B. Heath, E. Maurer, A. Roberts, & B. Tonnis. (2002). Response to Sutherland et al.: Scaling of natal dispersal distances in terrestrial birds and mammals. Conservation Ecology 6(1): 8.
  • Polak, M., R.Opoka, &  I.L. Cartwright. (2002). Response of fluctuating asymmetry to arsenic toxicity: Support for the developmental selection hypothesis. Environmental Pollution 118:19-28
  • Starmer, W.T., M. Patten, M. Polak. (2002). The statistics of detecting positional fluctuating asymmetry. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 77:491-498.
  • Lim, H.W., S. Pelikan, & S.H. Rogstad (2002). Genetic diversity among populations and size classes of buckeyes (Aesculus: Hippocastanaceae) examined with multilocus VNTR probes. Plant Systematics and Evolution 230:125-141.
  • McCullen, S, D. Warshawski, & J.R. Shann. (2002). The effect of PAHs on the degradation of BaP by Mycobacterium sp. Strain RJGII-135. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21(2):253-259.
  • M. Montes-Bayón, E. G. Yanes, C. Ponce de León, K. Jayasimhulu, Apryll Stalcup, J. Shann & J. A. Caruso. (2002). Initial studies of selenium speciation in Brassica juncea by LC with ICP-MS and ES-MS detection: an approach for phytoremediation. Analytical Chemistry 74, 107-113.
  • Uetz, G.W., J. Boyle, C.S. Hieber, S. Craig, & R.S. Wilcox. (2002). Antipredator benefits of group living in colonial web-building spiders. Animal Behaviour 63(3):445-452. (full text Adobe .pdf format 151KB)
  • Uetz, G.W., & Roberts, J. A. 2002. Multi-sensory cues and multi-modal communication in spiders: insights from video/audio playback studies. Brain Behav. & Evol. 59: 222-230. (full text Adobe .pdf format 151KB)
  • Uetz, G.W., R. Papke and B. Kilinc. (2002).  Influence of feeding regime on male secondary sexual characters in Schizocosa ocreata (Hentz) wolf spiders (Araneae: Lycosidae): evidence for condition-dependence in a visual signaling trait. J. Arachnol. 30:461-469.
  • Uetz, G.W. & P.W. Taylor. (2002). In press. Developmental stability and animal communication - Fluctuating asymmetry as a signal and as an influence in the signaling process. In M.A. Polak, Ed. Developmental instability: Causes and Consequences. Oxford University Press, New York, NY
  • Heiber, C.S., R.S. Wilcox, J.Boyle, & G.W. Uetz. (2002). The spider and fly revisited: ploy-counterploy behavior in a unique predator-prey system. Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 53: 51-60. (full text Adobe .pdf format 91KB)

Publications are listed in order by year and the last name of the first author that is a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences.
Names of current faculty in the department are in bold italics.
Names of  former & adjunct faculty, students, postdocs and staff are in bold.

  • Randolph, J.C., & G.N. Cameron. (2001). Consequences of diet choice by a small generalist herbivore. Ecological Monographs 71:117-136.
  • Vazquez, L.B., R.A. Medellin, & G.N. Cameron.  (2001).  Peromyscus aztecus. Mammalian Species 649:1-4.
  • Hopton, M. & G.N. Cameron.  (2001).  Geomys knoxjonesi. Mammalian Species 672:1-3.
  • Cramer, M. & G.N. Cameron.  (2001).  Geomys texensis. Mammalian Species. 679:1-3
  • Cameron, G.N. & D. Scheel. (2001). Getting warmer: effect of global climate change on distribution of rodents in Texas. Journal of Mammalogy 82:652-680.
  • Liu, A.J., & G.N. Cameron. (2001). Analysis of landscape patterns in coastal wetlands. Landscape Ecology 16:581-595.
  • Debry, R.W. & S. Seshadri. (2001). Nuclear intron sequences for phylogenetics of closely related mammals: an example using the phylogeny of Mus (Mammalia:Rodentia).  J. Mamm. 82(2):280-288.
  • DeBry, R.W. & R.M Sagel. (2001). Phylogeny of Rodentia (Mammalia) inferred from the nuclear-encoded gene IRBP. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 19(2):290-301.
  • Springer, M.S., R.W. DeBry, C. Douady, H.M. Amrine, O. Madsen, W.W. de Jong, M.J. Stanhope. (2001) Mitochondrial versus nuclear gene sequences in deep-level mammalian phylogeny reconstruction. Molecular Biology and Evolution 18(2):132-143.
  • Madsen, O., M. Scally, C.J. Douady, D.J. Kao, R.W. DeBry, R. Adkins, H.M. Amrine, M.J. Stanhope, W.W. de Jong, M.S. Springer. (2001). Parallel adaptive radiations in two major clades of placental mammals. Nature (London) 409:610-614.
  • DeBry, R.W. (2001).  Improving interpretation of the decay index for DNA sequence data. Systematic Biology 50:742-752.
  • Ng L, A. Rusch, L.L. Amma, K. Nordstrom, L.C. Erway, B. Vennstrom, & D. Forrest. (2001). Suppression of the deafness and thyroid dysfunction in Thrb-null mice by an independent mutation in the Thra thyroid hormone receptor alpha gene. Hum. Mol. Genet. 10(23):2701-2708.
  • Davis, R.R., J.K. Newlander, X. Ling, G.A. Cortopassi, E.F. Krieg, & L.C. Erway. (2001). Genetic basis for susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss in mice. Hear Res. 155(1-2):82-90.
  • Lammers, A. & R.Z. German. (2001). The ontogeny of sexual dimorphism in Chinchilla langiera (Rodentia: chinchillidae). J. Mam. 82(1):179-189.
  • Lammers, A.R., H.A. Dziech, . & R.Z. German. (2001). Ontogeny of sexual dimorphism in Chinchilla lanigera (Rodentia: Chinchillidae). J. Mammalogy 82(1):179 - 189.
  • German, R.Z. (2001). Understanding infant swallowing through the Use of Animal Models" Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders (ASLHA), 10(2):3-6.
  • Thexton, A.J. & R.Z. German, (2001). Synchronization of electromyographic activity in oral musculature during suckling and drinking. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 156(1):249-256
  •  
  • Deichsel,G. & Gist, D. H. (2001) On the origin of the common wall lizards Podarcis muralis (Reptilia: Lacertidae) of Cincinnati, Ohio. Herp. Review. 32(4):230-232.
  • Grogan, D.W. (2001). Chapter 62: Physiology of prokaryotic cells. In Sperelakis, N. (Ed.) Cell Physiology Sourcebook, Third Edition. Academic Press, San Diego. pp. 1063-1075.
  • Reilly, M.S. & D.W. Grogan. (2001). Characterization of intragenic recombination in a hyperthermophilic archaeon via conjugational DNA exchange. J. Bacteriol. 183: 2943-2946.
  • Grogan, D.W., G.T. Carver, & J. W. Drake. (2001). Genetic fidelity under harsh conditions: Analysis of spontaneous mutation in the thermoacidophilic archaeon. Sulfolobus acidocaldarius. Proc. National Acad. Sci. USA 98: 7928-7933.
  • Wray F., M. Fox, E. Schurdak & C.A. Huether. (2001). Biotechnology for non-biology majors:  An activity using a commercial biotechnology laboratory. Am. Bio. Teacher 63:363-67.
  • Nelson,F.E. &  B.C. Jayne. (2001). The effects of speed on the in vivo activity and length of a limb muscle during the locomotion of an iguanian lizard, Dipsosaurus dorsalis. J. Exp. Biol. 204(20):3507-3522. (full text Adobe 3 .pdf format 378Kb)
  • Higham, T.E., M.S. Davenport & B.C. Jayne. (2001). Maneuvering in an arboreal habitat: The effects of turn angle on the locomotion of three sympatric ecomorphs of Anolis lizards. J. Exp. Biol. 204(23):4141-4155.(full text Adobe 3 .pdf format 258Kb)
  • Amit,Z., & E.S. Kaneshiro. (2001) Heterogeneity of Pneumocystis sterol profiles in samples from different sites of the same lung suggests co-infection by distinct organism populations. J. Clin. Microbiol. 39: 1137-1139.
  • Basselin,M., K.J. Lipscomb, Y.H. Qiu, & E.S. Kaneshiro. (2001). Transport of aspartic acid, tyrosine, and arginine by the opportunistic protist Pneumocystis carinii. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1511:349-359.
  • Basselin,M., Y.H. Qui, K.J. Lipscomb,  & E.S. Kaneshiro. (2001). Uptake of the neutral amino acids glutamine, leucine and serine by Pneumocystis carinii. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 391:90-98.
  • Basselin-Eiweida,M., & E.S. Kaneshiro. (2001). Detection of two distinct transporter systems for 2-deoxyglucose uptake by the opportunistic pathogen Pneumocystis carinii. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1515:177-188.
  • Basselin-Eiweida,M., Y.H. Qiu, K.J. Lipscomb, & E.S. Kaneshiro. (2001). Mechanisms of amino acid and glucose uptake by Pneumocystis cariniiJ. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 48:155S-156S.
  • Giner,J-L., D.H. Beach, E.J. Parish, K. Jayasimhulu, & E.S. Kaneshiro. (2001). Definitive structural identities of 42 sterol components in Pneumocystis cariniiJ. Eukaryot. Microbiol.48:142S-143S.
  • Kaneshiro,E.S. (2001). Centrin-based contraction,and bacterial flagella. In: Sperelakis, N. (ed.), Cell Physiology Source Book, 3rd edn. Academic Press, New York, pp. 985-1001.
  • Kaneshiro,E.S. (2001). Are cytochrome b gene mutations the only cause of atovaquone resistance in PneumocystisDrug.Resist. Updates 4:322-329.
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