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Research Publications by Year

 

2016 (updated occasionally)

  • Atwell J. W., D. M. O’Neal, and E. D. Ketterson. 2016. Axes of Biogeographic Variation in the Avian Genus Junco. Snowbird: Integrative Biology and Evolutionary Diversity in the Junco :35.

  • Bauer C. M., B. J. Heidinger, E. D. Ketterson, and T. J. Greives. 2016. A migratory lifestyle is associated with shorter telomeres in a songbird (Junco hyemalis). Auk 133:649-653.
  • Bauer C. M., K. B. Needham, C. N. Le, E. C. Stewart, J. L. Graham, E. D. Ketterson, and T. J. Greives. 2016. Hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis activity is not elevated in a songbird (Junco hyemalis) preparing for migration. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 232:60-66.
  • Brock D. A., K. Jones, D. C. Queller, and J. E. Strassmann. 2016. Which phenotypic traits of Dictyostelium discoideum farmers are conferred by their bacterial symbionts? Symbiosis 68:39-48.
  • Brock D. A., W. E. Callison, J. E. Strassmann, and D. C. Queller. 2016. Sentinel cells, symbiotic bacteria and toxin resistance in the social amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum. Proc. Biol. Sci. 283:10.1098/rspb.2015.2727.
  • Davis A. K., G. Toledo, and R. L. Richards. 2016. Investigating temporal changes and effects of elevation on the prevalence of a rickettsial blood parasite in red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus) in Virginia, USA. Comparative Clinical Pathology :1-5.
  • Diller C., and C. B. Fenster. 2016. Corolla chirality does not contribute to directed pollen movement in Hypericum perforatum (Hypericaceae): mirror image pinwheel flowers function as radially symmetric flowers in pollination. Ecology and Evolution 6:5076-5086.
  • Douglas T. E., J. E. Strassmann, and D. C. Queller. 2016. Sex ratio and gamete size across eastern North America in Dictyostelium discoideum, a social amoeba with three sexes. J. Evol. Biol. .
  • Formica V., C. Wood, P. Cook, and E. Brodie. 2016. Consistency of animal social networks after disturbance. Behav. Ecol. :arw128.
  • Formica V. A., H. Donald-Cannon, and I. E. Perkins-Taylor. 2016. Consistent patterns of male mate preference in the laboratory and field. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. :1-8.
  • Fudickar A. M., T. J. Greives, J. W. Atwell, C. A. Stricker, E. D. Ketterson, T. D. Williams, and Y. Michalakis. 2016. Reproductive allochrony in seasonally sympatric populations maintained by differential response to photoperiod: implications for population divergence and response to climate change. Am. Nat. 187:436-446.
  • Fudickar A. M., M. P. Peterson, T. J. Greives, J. W. Atwell, E. S. Bridge, and E. D. Ketterson. 2016. Differential gene expression in seasonal sympatry: mechanisms involved in diverging life histories. Biol. Lett. 12:20160069.
  • Gerlach N. M., and E. D. Ketterson. 2016. Phenotypic Engineering. Snowbird: Integrative Biology and Evolutionary Diversity in the Junco :71.
  • Jaeger R. G., B. Gollmann, C. D. Anthony, C. R. Gabor, and N. R. Kohn. 2016. Behavioral Ecology of the Eastern Red-backed Salamander: 50 Years of Research. Oxford University Press, .
  • Ketterson E. D., and J. W. Atwell. 2016. Snowbird: Integrative Biology and Evolutionary Diversity in the Junco. University of Chicago Press, .
  • Lendemer J. C., R. C. Harris, and D. Ladd. 2016. The faces of Bacidia schweinitzii: molecular and morphological data reveal three new species including a widespread sorediate morph. The Bryologist 119:143-171.
  • McGlothlin J. W., M. E. Kobiela, C. R. Feldman, T. A. Castoe, S. L. Geffeney, C. T. Hanifin, G. Toledo, F. J. Vonk, M. K. Richardson, and E. D. Brodie. 2016. Historical Contingency in a Multigene Family Facilitates Adaptive Evolution of Toxin Resistance. Current Biology .
  • Nalepa C., and C. Arellano. 2016. Parental social environment alters development of nutritionally independent nymphs in Cryptocercus punctulatus (Dictyoptera: Cryptocercidae). Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 70:881-887.
  • Rosvall K. A., C. M. B. Burns, S. P. Jayaratna, and E. D. Ketterson. 2016. Divergence along the gonadal steroidogenic pathway: Implications for hormone-mediated phenotypic evolution. Horm. Behav. 84:1-8.
  • Sanderson B. J., M. E. Augat, D. R. Taylor, and E. D. Brodie. 2016. Scale dependence of sex ratio in wild plant populations: implications for social selection. Ecology and evolution .
  • Strassmann J. E. 2016. Kin Discrimination in Dictyostelium Social Amoebae. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. .
  • Strassmann J. E., and D. C. Queller. 2016. Fine‐scale spatial ecology drives kin selection relatedness among cooperating amoebae. Evolution 70:848-859.
  • Whittaker D. J., and K. R. Theis. 2016. Bacterial Communities Associated with Junco Preen Glands: Preliminary Ramifications for Chemical Signaling. Pp. 105-117 in Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 13. Springer, .
  • Whittaker D. J., and N. M. Gerlach. 2016. Mate Choice in Dark-Eyed Juncos Using Visual, Acoustic, and Chemical Cues. Snowbird: Integrative Biology and Evolutionary Diversity in the Junco :281.
  • Whittaker D., N. Gerlach, S. Slowinski, K. Corcoran, A. Winters, H. Soini, M. Novotny, E. Ketterson, and K. Theis. 2016. Social environment has a primary influence on the microbial and odor profiles of a chemically signaling songbird. Front.Ecol.Evol.4: 90.doi: 10.3389/fevo .
  • Wise S. E., and R. G. Jaeger. 2016. Seasonal and geographic variation in territorial conflicts by male red-backed salamanders.
  • Wood C. W., and E. D. Brodie. 2016. Evolutionary response when selection and genetic variation covary across environments. Ecol. Lett. 19:1189-1200.
  • Yaguchi H., Y. Hayashi, T. Tohoku, C. Nalepa, and K. Maekawa. 2016. Genetic data indicate that most field‐collected woodroach pairs are unrelated. Insect science .
  • Zhou J., M. Dudash, and C. Fenster. 2016. Cannibalism During Early Larval Development of Hadena ectypa Morrison (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 118:450-455.

 

2015

  • Brodie E. D.,3rd, and E. D. Brodie Jr. 2015. Predictably Convergent Evolution of Sodium Channels in the Arms Race between Predators and Prey. Brain Behav. Evol. 86:48-57.
  • Dallai R., A. Thipaksorn, M. Gottardo, D. Mercati, R. Machida, and R. G. Beutel. 2015. The sperm structure of Cryptocercus punctulatus Scudder (Blattodea) and sperm evolution in Dictyoptera. J. Morphol. 276:361-369.
  • Davis W. J., P. M. Letcher, J. E. Longcore, and M. J. Powell. 2015. Fayochytriomyces, a new genus within Chytridiales. Mycologia 107:432-439.
  • Epps M. J., S. E. Allison, and L. M. Wolfe. 2015. Reproduction in Flame Azalea (Rhododendron calendulaceum, Ericaceae): A Rare Case of Insect Wing Pollination. Am. Nat. 186:294-301.
  • Feldman C., A. Durso, C. Hanifin, M. Pfrender, P. Ducey, A. Stokes, K. Barnett, E. Brodie III, and E. Brodie Jr. 2015. Is there more than one way to skin a newt? Convergent toxin resistance in snakes is not due to a common genetic mechanism. Heredity .
  • Fenster C. B., R. J. Reynolds, C. W. Williams, R. Makowsky, and M. R. Dudash. 2015. Quantifying hummingbird preference for floral trait combinations: the role of selection on trait interactions in the evolution of pollination syndromes. Evolution 69:1113-1127.
  • Fenton A., D. G. Streicker, O. L. Petchey, and A. B. Pedersen. 2015. Are all Hosts created equal? Partitioning host species contributions to parasite persistence in multihost communities. Am. Nat. 186:610-622.
  • Formica V., and A. K. Chan. 2015. No Effect of Host Species on Phenoloxidase Activity in a Mycophagous Beetle. PloS one 10:e0141167.
  • Prendeville H. R., J. C. Steven, and L. F. Galloway. 2015. Spatiotemporal variation in deer browse and tolerance in a woodland herb. Ecology 96:471-478.
  • Ransom T. S., and B. J. Billak. 2015. Differences in soil characteristics between field and forest may influence the distribution of an invasive earthworm. Invertebr. Biol. 134:78-87.
  • Riley E. G., and R. J. Barney. 2015. Definition and Revision of the Viduatus Species-Group of North American Pachybrachis Chevrolat (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Cryptocephalinae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 69:25-59.
  • Streicker D. G., A. Fenton, and A. B. Pedersen. 2015. Corrigendum to Streicker et al.(2013) Differential sources of host species heterogeneity influence the transmission and control of multi‐host parasites. Ecol. Lett. 18:1134-1137.
  • Walke J. B., M. H. Becker, S. C. Loftus, L. L. House, T. L. Teotonio, K. P. Minbiole, and L. K. Belden. 2015. Community structure and function of amphibian skin microbes: an experiment with bullfrogs exposed to a chytrid fungus. PloS one 10:e0139848.
  • Walke J. B., M. H. Becker, M. C. Hughey, M. C. Swartwout, R. V. Jensen, and L. K. Belden. 2015. Most of the Dominant Members of Amphibian Skin Bacterial Communities Can Be Readily Cultured. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81:6589-6600.
  • Whittaker D. J., D. G. Reichard, M. Drouilly, K. Battle, and C. Ziegenfus. 2015. Avian olfactory displays: a hypothesis for the function of bill-wiping in a social context. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 69:159-167.
  • Wood C. W., and E. D. Brodie. 2015. Environmental effects on the structure of the G‐matrix. Evolution 69:2927-2940.

 

2014

  • Aikens M. L., and D. A. Roach. 2014. Population dynamics in central and edge populations of a narrowly endemic plant. Ecology 95:1850-1860.
  • Burns C. M. B., K. A. Rosvall, T. P. Hahn, G. E. Demas, and E. D. Ketterson. 2014. Examining sources of variation in HPG axis function among individuals and populations of the dark-eyed junco. Horm. Behav. 65:179-187.
  • Cain K. E. 2014. Mates of Competitive Females: The Relationships between Female Aggression, Mate Quality, and Parental Care. Advances in Zoology 2014.
  • Castillo D. M., A. R. Kula, S. Dötterl, M. R. Dudash, and C. B. Fenster. 2014. Invasive Silene latifolia May Benefit from a Native Pollinating Seed Predator, Hadena ectypa, in North America. Int. J. Plant Sci. 175:80-91.
  • DeCoursey P. J. 2014. Survival value of suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN) in four wild sciurid rodents. Behav. Neurosci. 128:240-249.
  • Edgehouse M., L. C. Latta IV, E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie Jr. 2014. Interspecific aggression and habitat partitioning in garter snakes. PloS one 9:e86208.
  • Fenton A., S. C. Knowles, O. L. Petchey, and A. B. Pedersen. 2014. The reliability of observational approaches for detecting interspecific parasite interactions: comparison with experimental results. Int. J. Parasitol. .
  • Fields P. D., and D. R. Taylor. 2014. Determinants of genetic structure in a nonequilibrium metapopulation of the plant Silene latifolia. PloS one 9:e104575.
  • Folke S. H., and L. F. Delph. 2014. Environmental and physiological effects on pistillate flower production in silene noctiflora.
  • Gall B. G., A. N. Stokes, J. J. Pett, K. L. Spivey, S. S. French, and E. D. Brodie. 2014. Tetrodotoxin concentrations within a clutch and across embryonic development in eggs of the rough-skinned newts (Taricha granulosa). Toxicon 90:249-254.
  • Gilboy E. T., A. Korkuti, K. Steika, R. Rogers, L. Smith, M. Wan, G. Burg, P. Dunne, J. Jessup, and G. Pieri. 2014. Learning center at Fishburn Forest concept design: Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA .
  • Hughey M. C., M. Becker, J. Walke, M. Swartwout, and L. Belden. 2014. Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Virginia amphibians: within and among site variation in infection. Herpetol Rev 45:1-5.
  • Kula A. A., D. M. Castillo, M. R. Dudash, and C. B. Fenster. 2014. Interactions between a pollinating seed predator and its host plant: the role of environmental context within a population. Ecology and evolution 4:2901-2912.
  • Laumer C. E., and G. Giribet. 2014. Phylogenetic patterns within Prorhynchida, a diverse order of continental flatworms (phylum Platyhelminthes). Isolated branches in the phylogeny of Platyhelminthes :165.
  • Liebgold E. B. 2014. The Influence of Social Environment: Behavior of Unrelated Adults Affects Future Juvenile Behaviors. Ethology 120:388-399.
  • Marti H., C. W. Wood, and E. D. Brodie III. 2014. The effect of ecological context and relatedness on larval cannibalism in a fungus-associated beetle. Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • McGlothlin J. W., J. P. Chuckalovcak, D. E. Janes, S. V. Edwards, C. R. Feldman, E. D. Brodie Jr, M. E. Pfrender, and E. D. Brodie 3rd. 2014. Parallel evolution of tetrodotoxin resistance in three voltage-gated sodium channel genes in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis. Mol. Biol. Evol. 31:2836-2846.
  • Mitchell M. J. 2014. A descriptive study of native bee flower visitation at high elevations in Giles County, Virginia.
  • Peterson M. P., K. A. Rosvall, C. A. Taylor, J. A. Lopez, J. H. Choi, C. Ziegenfus, H. Tang, J. K. Colbourne, and E. D. Ketterson. 2014. Potential for sexual conflict assessed via testosterone-mediated transcriptional changes in liver and muscle of a songbird. J. Exp. Biol. 217:507-517.
  • Post A., and L. F. Galloway. 2014. Factors Influencing Rates of Autogamy among Populations (poster).
  • Rajski A. 2014. bability; characteristic for animal species, and especially for moss mites, is the. Springer, .
  • Reedy A. M., A. Edwards, C. Pendlebury, L. Murdaugh, R. Avery, J. Seidenberg, A. S. Aspbury, and C. R. Gabor. 2014. An acute increase in the stress hormone corticosterone is associated with mating behavior in both male and female red-spotted newts, Notophthalmus viridescens. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 208:57-63.
  • Reichard D. G. 2014. Male dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis) respond differentially to playback of local and foreign song. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126:605-611.
  • Rinkel B. E., and K. M. Manoylov. 2014. Calothrix—an evaluation of fresh water species in United States rivers and streams, their distribution and preliminary ecological findings. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. 163:43-59.
  • Rosvall K. A., M. P. Peterson, D. G. Reichard, and E. D. Ketterson. 2014. Highly context-specific activation of the HPG axis in the dark-eyed junco and implications for the challenge hypothesis. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 201:65-73.
  • Stokes A. N., P. K. Ducey, L. Neuman-Lee, C. T. Hanifin, S. S. French, M. E. Pfrender, E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie Jr. 2014. Confirmation and distribution of tetrodotoxin for the first time in terrestrial invertebrates: Two terrestrial flatworm species (Bipalium adventitium and Bipalium kewense). PloS one 9:e100718.
  • Stokes A., P. Ducey, L. Neuman-Lee, C. Hanifin, and S. French. 2014. Confirmation and Distribution of Tetrodotoxin for the First Time in Terrestrial.
  • Thomason C. A. 2014. An experimental approach to uncovering the consequences of parasite co-infection in Peromyscus .
  • Vasilyeva LN S. S. 2014. Notes on pyrenomycetous fungi in the Mountain Lake area of southwestern Virginia. Mycosphere. Mycosphere 5:218-227.
  • Walke J. B., M. H. Becker, S. C. Loftus, L. L. House, G. Cormier, R. V. Jensen, and L. K. Belden. 2014. Amphibian skin may select for rare environmental microbes. The ISME journal .
  • Walke J. B. 2014. The Structure and Function of Amphibian Skin Bacterial Communities and Their Role in Susceptibility to a Fungal Pathogen.
  • Wilbur H. M. 2014. The Paper Trail: Forests to Ponds then back to Forests. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 95:128-130.
  • Wimsatt J., S. H. Feldman, M. Heffron, M. Hammond, M. P. R. Ruehling, K. L. Grayson, and J. C. Mitchell. 2014. Detection of pathogenic Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis using water filtration, animal and bait testing. Zoo Biol. 33:577-585.
  • Wood C. W., H. E. Marti, and I. E. D. Brodie. 2014. The effect of ecological context and relatedness on larval cannibalism in a fungus-associated beetle. Behav. Ecol. 25:915-959.
  • Zanchetta C., D. C. Tozer, T. M. Fitzgerald, K. Richardson, and D. Badzinski. 2014. Tree cavity use by Chimney Swifts: implications for forestry and population recovery. Avian Conservation and Ecology 9.

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