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Larracuente, A.M. 2016. FISH in Drosophila in Fluorescence in situHybridization (FISH) – Application Guide, T Liehr (Editor), 2nd Ed., Springer, Berlin, 2017, ISBN: 978-3662529577.

Brisson J.A. and G.K. Davis. 2016. The right tools for the job: Regulating polyphenic morph development in insects. Curr. Opin. Insect Sci. 13:1-6.

Lindholm, A.K., Dyer, K.A., Firman, R.C., Fishman, L., Forstmeier, W., Holman, L., Johannesson, H., Knief, U., Kokko, H., Larracuente, A.M., Manser, A., Montchamp-Moreau, C., Petrosyan, V.G., Pomiankowski, A., Presgraves, D.C., Safronova, L.D., Sutter, A., Unckless, R.L., Verspoor, R.L., Wedell, N., Wilkinson, G.S. & Price, T.A.R. 2016. The ecology and evolutionary dynamics of meiotic drive. Trends Ecol. Evol. 13(4):315-326.

Larracuente, A.M. and V.H. Meller. 2016. Host–Symbiont Interactions: Male- Killers Exposed. Curr. Biol. 26(1): R408–R431.

Zhang, Z. and D.C. Presgraves. 2016. Drosophila X-linked genes have lower translation rates than autosomal genes. Mol. Biol. Evol. 33(2): 413-428.

Muirhead, C.A. and D.C. Presgraves. 2016. Hybrid incompatibilities, local adaptation, and the genomic distribution of natural introgression between species. American Naturalist 187(2): 249-261.

Brand, C.L. and D.C. Presgraves. 2016. Evolution: On the origin of symmetry, synapsis, and species. Curr. Biol. 26(8): R319-337.

Landeen, E.L., C.A. Muirhead, L. Wright, C.D. Meiklejohn and D.C. Presgraves. 2016. Sex chromosome-wide transcriptional suppression and compensatory cis-regulatory evolution mediate gene expression in the Drosophila male germline. PLoS Biology 14(7):e1002499.


Vedanayagam J.P. and D. Garrigan. 2015. The effects of natural selection across molecular pathways in Drosophila melanogaster. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15:203.

Geneva, A.J., C.A. Muirhead, S.B. Kingan, and D. Garrigan. 2015. A new method to scan genomes for introgression in a secondary contact model. PLoS One 10(4): e0118621.

Tang, S. and D.C. Presgraves. 2015. Lineage-specific evolution of the complex Nup160 hybrid incompatibility between Drosophila melanogaster and its sister species. Genetics. 200(4): 1245-1254.

Brand, C.L., A.M. Larracuente, and D.C. Presgraves. 2015. Origin, evolution, and population genetics of the selfish Segregation Distorter gene duplication in European and African populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution. 69(5): 1271–1283.

Chakraborty, M. and J.D. Fry. 2015. Parallel Functional Changes in Independent Testis-Specific Duplicates of Aldehyde dehydrogenase in Drosophila. Mol. Biol. Evol. 32(4): 1029-1038.

Zhu, J., and J.D. Fry. 2015. Preference for ethanol in feeding and oviposition in temperate and tropical populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Entomol. Exp. Appl. 155(1): 1570-7458.

Enders, L., R.D. Bickel, J.A Brisson, T. Heng-Moss, R. Nandakumar, B. Siegfried, A. Zera, and N. Miller. 2015. Abiotic and biotic stressors causing equivalent mortality induce highly variable transcriptional responses in the soybean aphid. G3: GENES, GENOMES, GENETICS. 5: 261-270.

Zera, A.J., and J.A. Brisson. Evolutionary and ecological physiology of polyphenism: Integrating proximate and ultimate mechanisms. In: Integrative Organismal Biology, Oxford University Press. Invited Chapter.

Zera, A.J., N.N Vellichirammal, and J.A. Brisson. Endocrine circadian rhythm in wing-polymorphic Gryllus: Integrating chronobiology, endocrinology, and evolution. In: Crickets as a Model Organism: Development, Regeneration, and Behavior. Eds S. Noji, H.W. Horch, H. Ohuchi, and T. Mito, Springer. Invited chapter.

Unckless, R., A.M. Larracuente, and A.G. Clark. 2015. Sex-ratio meiotic drive and Y-linked resistance in Drosophila affinis. Genetics 199(3): 831-840.

Larracuente, A.M. and P.M. Ferree. 2015. Simple method for fluorescence DNA in situ hybridization to squashed chromosomes. J. Vis. Exp. 95: e52288.

Wang, X., J.H. Werren, and A.G. Clark. 2015. Genetic and epigenetic architecture of sex-biased expression in the jewel wasps Nasonia vitripennis and giraulti. PNAS 112(27): E3545-E3554.

Siebert, A.L., D. Wheeler, and J.H. Werren. 2015. A new approach for investigating venom function applied to venom calreticulin in a parasitoid wasp. Toxicon 107: 104-316.

Werren, J.H., L.B. Cohen, J. Gadau, R. Ponce, and J.A. Lynch. 2015. Dissection of the complex genetic basis of craniofacial anomalies using haploid genetics and interspecies hybrids in Nasonia wasps. Dev. Biol. 415(2): 391–405.

Martinson, E.O., V.G. Martinson, R.E. Edwards, Mrinalini, and J.H. Werren. 2015 Laterally transferred gene recruited as a venom in parasitoid wasps. Mol. Biol. Evol. 33(4): 1042-1052.

Hales, K.G., C.A. Korey, A.M. Larracuente and D.M. Roberts. 2015. Genetics on the fly: a primer on the Drosophila model system. GENETICS. 201(3):815-842. doi: 10.1534/genetics.115.183392 


Martinson, E.O., D. Wheeler, J. Wright, Mrinalini, A.L. Siebert, and J.H. Werren. 2014. Nasonia vitripennis venom causes targeted gene expression changes in its fly host. Mol. Ecol. 23(23): 5918–5930.

Mrinalini, A.L. Siebert, J. Wright, E. Martinson, D. Wheeler, and J.H. Werren. 2014. Parasitoid venom induces metabolic cascades in fly hosts. Metabolomics 11(2): 350-366.

Hoedjes, K.M., H.M. Smid, L.E.M Vet, and J.H. Werren. 2014. Introgression study reveals two quantitative trait loci involved in interspecific variation in memory retention among Nasonia wasp species. Heredity 113(6): 542-550.

Telschow, A., K. Hilgenboecker, P. Hammerstein, and J.H Werren. 2014. Dobzhansky-Muller and Wolbachia-Induced Incompatibilities in a Diploid Genetic System. PloS One 9(4): e95488.

Fry, J.D. 2014. Mechanisms of naturally evolved ethanol resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. J. exp. biol. 217(22): 3996-4003.

Larracuente, A.M. 2014. The organization and evolution of the Responder satellite in species of the Drosophila melanogaster group: dynamic evolution of a target of meiotic drive. BMC Evol. Biol. 14:233.

Brisson, J.A., and D. Tagu. 2014. Editorial overview: Insect genomics. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 1:v-vi.

Enders, L., Bickel, R.D., Brisson, J.A., Heng-Moss, T., Siegfried, B., Zera, A.J., and N. Miller. 2014. Soybean aphid (Hemiptera:Aphididae) response to soybean plant defense: stress levels, tradeoffs and cross-resistance. Environmental Entomology. 43: 47-57.

Fishman, L. and J. Jaenike. 2014. Selfish elements and genetic conflict. In: Princeton Guide to Evolution, Princeton University Press. Invited chapter.

Garrigan, D., S.B. Kingan, A.J. Geneva, J.P. Vedanayagam, and D.C. Presgraves. 2014. Genome diversity and divergence in Drosophila mauritiana: multiple signatures of faster X evolution. Genome Biology & Evolution 6(9): 2444-2458.

Gamble T., A.J. Geneva, R.E. Glor, and D. Zarkower. 2014. Anolis sex chromosomes are derived from a single ancestral pair. Evolution. 68(4): 1027–1041.

Jamburuthugoda, V.K. and T.H. Eickbush. 2014. Identification of RNA binding motifs in the R2 retrotransposon-encoded reverse transcriptase. Nucleic Acids Res 42(13): 8405-15.

Larracuente, A.M. and A.G. Clark. 2014. Recent selection on the Y-to-dot translocation in Drosophila pseudoobscura. Mol. Biol. Evol. 31(4): 846-856.

Montiel. E.E., J. Cabrero, M. Ruiz-Estévez, W.D. Burke, T.H. Eickbush, J.P. Camacho, and M.D. López-León. 2014. Preferential occupancy of R2 retroelements on the B chromosomes of the grasshopper Eyprepocnemis plorans

Orr, H.A. and D.R. McNabney. 2014. Genetics of speciation. In: Princeton Guide to Evolution, Princeton University Press. Invited chapter.

Purandare, S., Bickel, R.D., Jaquiery, J., Rispe, C., and J.A. Brisson. 2014. Accelerated evolution of morph-biased genes in pea aphids. Molecular Biology & Evolution. 31(8): 2073-2083.

Purandare, S.R., Tenhumberg, B., and J.A. Brisson. 2014. Comparison of the wing polyphenic response of pea aphids (Acyrthosiphon pisum) to crowding and predator cues. Ecological Entomology. 39(2): 263-266.

Van Meter, M., M. Kashyap, R. Sarallah, A.J. Geneva, T. Morello, A. Seluanov, and V. Gorbunova. 2014. SIRT6 represses LINE1s by ribosylating KAP1, but this repression fails with stress and age. Nature Communications. 5: 5011.

Vellichirammal, N.N., Schilder, R.J., Wehrkamp, C., Riethoven, J-J.M., Zera, A.J., and J.A. Brisson. 2014. De novo sequence assembly and gene expression profiling of the wing polymorphic cricket Gryllus firmus. PLos One. 9(1): e82129.

Ascher J.M., A.J. Geneva, J. Ng, J.D. Wyatt, and R.E. Glor. 2013. Phylogenetic analyses of novel squamate adenovirus sequences in wild-caught Anolis lizards. PLoS One. 8(4): e60977.

Bickel, R.D., Dunham, J.P., and J.A. Brisson. 2013. Widespread selection across coding and noncoding DNA in the pea aphid genome. G3: GENES, GENOMES, GENETICS. 3(6): 993-1001.

Brand C.L., S.K. Kingan, L. Wu, and D. Garrigan. 2013. A selective sweep across species boundaries in Drosophila. Mol. Biol. Evol. 30(9): 2177-2186.

Buellesbach, J.M., J. Gadau, L.W. Beukeboom, F. Echinger, R. Raychoudhury, J.H. Werren, and T. Schmidt. 2013. Cuticular hydrocarbon divergence in the jewel wasp Nasonia: Evolutionary shifts in chemical communication channels? J. Evol. Biol. 26(11): 2467-2478.

Desjardins, C.A., J. Gadau, J.C. Colbourne, O. Niehuis, J.A. Lopez, A.A. Avery, D.W. Loehlin, S. Richards, and J.H. Werren. 2013. Fine-scale mapping of the Nasonia genome to chromosomes using a high-density genotyping microarray. G3: Genes, Genomes and Genetics 3(2): 205-215.

Cockburn, S.N., T.S Haselkorn, P.T. Hamilton, E. Landzberg, J. Jaenike, S.J. Perlman. 2013. Dynamics of the continent-wide spread of a Drosophila defensive symbiont. Ecology Letters 16(5): 609-616.

Garrigan, D. 2013. POPBAM: Tools for evolutionary analysis of short read sequence alignments. Evolutionary Bioinformatics 9: 343-53.

Eickbush D.G., W.D. Burke, and T.H. Eickbush. 2013. Evolution of the r2 retrotransposon ribozyme and its self-cleavage site. PLoS One 8(9): e66441.

Haselkorn, T.S., S.N. Cockburn, P.T. Hamilton, S.J. Perlman, and J. Jaenike. 2013. Infectious adaptation: potential host range of a defensive endosymbiont in Drosophila. Evolution 67(4): 934-945.

Lambert S.M., A.J. Geneva, D.L. Mahler, and R.E. Glor. 2013. Using genomic data to revisit an early example of reproductive character displacement in Haitian Anolis lizards. Molecular Ecology. 22(15): 3981–3995.

Landeen, E.L. and D.C. Presgraves. 2013. Evolution: From autosomes to sex chromosomes— and back. Current Biology 23(18): R848-850.

Larracuente, A.M. and A.G. Clark. 2013. Surprising differences in the variability of Y chromosomes in African and Cosmopolitan populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 193(1): 201-214.

Presgraves, D.C. 2013. Primer: Hitchhiking to speciation. PLoS Biology 11(2): e1001498.

Ng, J., E.L. Landeen, R.M. Logsdon, and R.E. Glor. 2013. Correlation between Anolis lizard dewlap phenotype and environmental variation indicates adaptive divergence of a signal important to sexual selection and species recognition. Evolution 67(2): 573-582.

Wang, X., D. Wheeler, A. Avery, A. Rago, J-H Choi, J.K. Colbourne, A.G. Clark, and J.H. Werren. 2013. Function and Evolution of DNA Methylation in Nasonia vitripennis. PLoS Genetics 9(10): e1003872.

Wheeler, D., A.J. Redding, and J.H. Werren. 2013. Characterization of an ancient lepidopteran lateral gene transfer. PLoS One 8(3): e59262.

Zhou J., M.T. Eickbush, and T.H. Eickbush. 2013. A population genetic model for the maintenance of R2 retrotransposons in rRNA gene loci. PLoS Genet 9(1): e1003179.

Sackton, T.B., J.H Werren, and A.G Clark. 2013. Characterizing the infection-induced transcriptome of Nasonia vitripennis reveals a preponderance of taxonomically-restricted immune genes. PloS One, 8(12): e83984.

Algar, A.C., D.L. Mahler, R.E. Glor, and J.B. Losos. 2012. Niche incumbency, dispersal limitation and climate change shape geographical distributions in a species-rich island adaptive radiation. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22(4): 391-402.

Cattani, M.V. and D.C. Presgraves. 2012. Incompatibility between X chromosome factor and pericentric heterochromatic region causes lethality in hybrids between Drosophila melanogaster and its sibling species.

Cattani, M.V., S.B. Kingan, and D.C. Presgraves. 2012. Cis- and trans-factors contribute to heterogeneity in the rate of crossing over among the Drosophila simulans clade species. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 2014-2022.

Eickbush D.G. and T.H. Eickbush. 2012. R2 and R2/R1 hybrid non-autonomous retrotransposons derived by internal deletions of full-length elements. Mob DNA. 3(1): 10.

Garrigan D., S.B. Kingan, A.J. Geneva, P. Andolfatto, A.G. Clark, K.R. Thornton, and D.C. Presgraves. 2012. Genome sequencing reveals complex speciation in the Drosophila simulans clade. Genome Research 22(8): 1499-1511.

Gérard, P.R. and D.C. Presgraves. 2012. Abundant genetic variability in Drosophila simulans for hybrid female lethality in interspecific crosses to D. melanogaster.  Genetics Research 94(1): 1-7.

Hoedjes, K., J. Steidle, J.H. Werren, L. Vet, and H. Smid. 2012. High-throughput olfactory conditioning and memory retention test reveal variation in Nasonia parasitic wasps. Genes, Brain & Behavior 11(7): 879-887.

Jaenike, J. 2012. Population genetics of beneficial heritable symbionts. TREE 27(4): 226-232.

Larracuente, A.M. and D.C. Presgraves. 2012. The selfish Segregation Distorter gene complex of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 192(1): 1-21.

Larson K., S.J. Yan, A. Tsurumi, J. Liu, J. Zhou, K. Gaur, D. Guo, T.H. Eickbush, and W.X. Li. 2012. Heterochromatin formation promotes longevity and represses ribosomal RNA synthesis. PLoS Genet. 8(1):e1002473.

Loehlin, D.W. and J.H. Werren. 2012. Evolution of shape by multiple regulatory changes to a growth gene. Science 335(6071): 943-947.

McFrederick, Q.S., T.S. Haselkorn, G.G. Verocai, and J. Jaenike. 2012. Cryptic Onchocerca species infecting North American cervids, with implications for the evolutionary history of host associations in Onchocerca. Parasitology: 140(10): 1201-1210.

Meiklejohn, C.D. and D.C. Presgraves. 2012. Little evidence for demasculinization of the Drosophila X chromosome among genes expressed in the male germline. Genome Biology and Evolution 4(10): 895-904.

McNabney, D.R. 2012. The genetic basis of behavioral isolation between Drosophila mauritiana and D. sechellia. Evolution 66(7): 2182-2190.

Stuart, Y.E., M.A. Landestoy, D.L. Mahler, D. Scantlebury, A.J. Geneva, P.S. VanMiddlesworth, and R.E. Glor. 2012. Two new introduced populations of the Cuban green anole (Anolis porcatus) in the Dominican Republic.  IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians 19:71-75.

Unckless, R.L. and J. Jaenike. 2012. Maintenance of a male-killing Wolbachia in Drosophila innubila by male-killing dependent and male-killing independent mechanisms. Evolution 66(3): 678-689.

Werren, J.H. 2012. Commentary: Symbionts provide pesticide detoxification. PNAS 109(22), 8364-8365.

Veneti, Z., S. Zabalou, G. Papafotiou, C. Paraskevopoulos, S. Pattas, I. Livadaras, G. Markakis, J. Herren, J. Jaenike, and K. Bourtzis. 2012. Loss of reproductive parasitism following transfer of male-killing Wolbachia to Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila simulans. Heredity 109: 306-312.

Xu, K., S. Oh, T. Park, D.C. Presgraves, and S.V. Yi. 2012. Lineage-specific variation in slow- and fast-X evolution in primates. Evolution 66(6): 1751-1761.

Yampolsky, L., G. Glazko, and J.D. Fry. 2012. Evolution of gene expression and expression plasticity in long-term experimental populations of Drosophila melanogaster maintained under constant and variable ethanol stress. Molecular Ecology 21:4287-4299.

Zhou J., T.B. Sackton, L. Martinsen, B. Lemos, T.H. Eickbush, and D.L. Hartl. 2012. Y chromosome mediates ribosomal DNA silencing and modulates the chromatin state in Drosophila. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 109(25): 9941-6.

Unckless, R.L. (2011) A DNA virus of Drosophila. PloS One 6(10): e26564. [doi link]

Glor, R. E. (2011) Remarkable new evidence for island radiation in birds. Molecular Ecology 20:4823-4826. [doi link]

Chan X. Y. and J. D. Lambert (2011) Patterning a spiralian embryo: a segregated RNA for a Tis11 ortholog is required in the 3a and 3b cells of the Ilyanassa embryo. Developmental Biology 349:102-112.

Chakraborty, M., and J. D. Fry (2011) Drosophila lacking a homologue of mammalian ALDH2 have multiple fitness defects. Chemico-Biological Interactions 191: 296–302. [doi link]

Green, A.F., T.S. Ramsey, J. Ramsey (2011) Phylogeny and biogeography of ivies (Hedera spp., Araliaceae), a polyploid complex of woody vines. Systematic Botany 36:4 1-14. [doi link]

Meiklejohn, C.D., E.L. Landeen, J.M. Cook, S.B. Kingan and D.C. Presgraves (2011) Sex chromosome-specific regulation in the Drosophila male germline but little evidence for chromosomal dosage compensation or meiotic inactivation. PLoS Biology 9: e1001126. [doi link]

Dyer, K.A., C. Burke, and J. Jaenike (2011) Wolbachia-mediated persistence of mtDNA from a potentially extinct species. Molecular Ecology 20: 2805-2817. [doi link]

Jaenike, J. and T. Brekke (2011) Defensive endosymbionts: a cryptic trophic level in community ecology. Ecology Letters 14: 150-155. [doi link]

Ng, J. and R.E. Glor (2011) Genetic differentiation among populations of a Hispaniolan trunk anole that exhibit geographical variation in dewlap colour. Molecular Ecology 20:4302-4317. [doi link]

Mahler, D. L. and R.E. Glor (2011) Anolis cybotes cybotes (Hispaniolan Stout Anole) and Anolis marron (Jacmel Gracile Anole) Predation/Prey. Herpetological Review 42:272-273. [contact authors for PDF]

Glor, R.E. and D. Warren (2011) Testing ecological explanations for biogeographic boundaries. Evolution 68:673-683 [doi link]

Martinson, V.G., B.N. Danforth, R.L. Minckley, O. Rueppell, S. Tingek & N.A. Moran. (2011). A simple and distinctive microbiota exclusively associated with honey bees and bumble bees. Molecular Ecology. [doi link]

Scantlebury, D.P., J. Ng, M.A. Landestoy, A.J. Geneva, and R.E. Glor. (2011) Notes on activity patterns of five species of Sphaerodactylus (Squamata: Sphaerodactylidae) from the Dominican Republic. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians 18:13-17. [contact authors for PDF]

Melville, J., E.G. Ritchie, S.N.J. Chapple, R.E. Glor, and J.A. Schulte II (2011) Evolutionary origins and diversification of dragon lizards in Australia’s tropical savannas. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 58:257-270

Lambert, J.D. (2010) Developmental patterns in spiralian embryos. Current Biology 20:72-77.

Rabinowitz J. and J.D. Lambert (2010) Spiralian quartet developmental potential is regulated by specific localization elements that mediate asymmetric RNA segregation. Development 137:4039-4049.

Werren, J.H., Richards, S., Desjardins, C.A., Niehuis, O., Gadau, J., Colbourne, J.K., et al (2010) Functional and evolutionary insights from the genomes of three parasitoid Nasonia species. Science 327:343-348. [doi link]

Rabosky, D. and R.E. Glor (2010) Equilibrium speciation dynamics in a model adaptive radiation of island lizards. PNAS. [doi link]

Presgraves, D.C. (2010) Darwin and the origin of interspecific genetic incompatibilities.  American Naturalist 176:S45-S60. [journal link]

Jaenike, J., R. Unckless, S.N. Cockburn, L.M. Boelio, and S.J. Perlman. (2010) Adaptive evolution via symbiosis: recent spread of a defensive symbiont in Drosophila. Science 329:212-215. [doi link]

Garrigan, D., R. Lewontin and J. Wakeley (2010) Measuring the Sensitivity of Single-Locus “Neutrality Tests” Using a Direct Perturbation Approach. Molecular Biology and Evolution [doi link]

Stahlhut, J., C. Desjardins, M. Clark, L. Baldo, J. Russell, J. Werren, and J. Jaenike. (2010) The mushroom habitat as an ecological arena for global exchange of Wolbachia. Molecular Ecology 19:1940-1952. [doi link]

Loehlin, D., L.S. Enders, and J.H. Werren (2010) Evolution of sex-specific wing shape at the widerwing locus in four species of Nasonia. Heredity 104:260-269. [doi link]

Orr, H. A.  (2010)  The population genetics of beneficial mutations.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365: 1195-1201 [doi link]

Williams, N.M., Crone, E.E., Roulston, T.H., Minckley, R.L., Packer, L., Potts, S.G. (2010) Ecological and life history traits predict bee species responses to environmental disturbances. Biological Conservation, 143:2280-2291. [doi link]

Desjardins, C., F. Perfectti, F., J. Bartos, L.S. Enders, and J.H. Werren (2010) The genetic basis of interspecies host preference difference in the model parasitoid Nasonia. Heredity 104:270-277. [doi link]

Glor, R.E. (2010) Phylogenetic insights on adaptive radiation. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. [doi link]

Michael E. Clark, F. P. O’Hara, A. Chawla, & John H. Werren (2010) Behavioral and Spermagenic Hybrid Sterilty in Nasonia. Heredity 104(3):289-301;. [doi link]

Shpak, M., J. Wakeley, D. Garrigan, R. Lewontin (2010) A STRUCTURED COALESCENT PROCESS FOR SEASONALLY FLUCTUATING POPULATIONS. Evolution [doi link]

Raychoudhury, Rhitoban, Roger Burks, Deodoro C S G Oliveira, David Loehlin, Bernd Grillenberger, J H Werren (2010) Behavioral and Genetic Characteristics of a New Species of Nasonia. Heredity 104(3):278-88. [doi link]

Bordenstein, S.R., C. Brothers, G. Wolfe, M. Bahr, R.L. Minckley, M.E. Clark. J.J. Wernegreen, W.S. Reznikoff, & J.H. Werren (2010) Using the Wolbachia bacterial symbiont to teach inquiry-based science: A high school laboratory series. American Biology Teacher. 72:478-483. [doi link]

Geneva, A. and D. Garrigan (2010) Population Genomics of Secondary Contact. Genes 1:124-142. [doi link]

Geneva, A.J., J. Ng, D. Scantlebury, A. Ossip-Klein, S. Rudman, A. Kelly, C. Reinhardt, and R.E. Glor (2010) Natural history of West Indian amphibians and reptiles [book review]. Herpetological Review 41:249-250. [PDF link]

Presgraves, D.C. and R. E. Glor. 2010. Evolutionary biology: speciation on islands. Current Biology 20:R440-442 [doi link]

Jaenike, J., J.K. Stahlhut, L.M. Boelio, and R.L. Unckless (2010) Association between Wolbachia and Spiroplasma within Drosophila neotestacea: an emerging symbiotic mutualism. Molecular Ecology 19 (2):414-425 2010 [doi link]

Sweigart, A.L. (2010) Simple Y-autosomal Incompatibilities Cause Hybrid Male Sterility in Reciprocal Crosses Between Drosophila virilis and D. americana. Genetics. [doi link]

Fry, J.D. (2010) The genomic location of sexually antagonistic variation: some cautionary comments.
Evolution 64-5: 1510–1516. [doi link]

Lambert, J.D. (2010) Developmental patterns in spiralian embryos. Current Biology 20:2 72-77. [doi link]

Eickbush D.G. and T.H. Eickbush (2010) R2 retrotransposons encode a self-cleaving ribozyme for processing from an rRNA co-transcript. Molecular and Cellular Biology. [doi link]

Presgraves, D.C. (2010) The molecular evolutionary basis of species formation. Nature Reviews Genetics 11: 175-180. [doi link]

Stage, D.E. and T.H. Eickbush (2010) Maintenance of multiple lineages of R1 and R2 retrotransposable elements in the ribosomal RNA gene loci of Nasonia. Insect Mol. Biol. S1:37-48. [doi link]

Harmon, H. and R.E. Glor (2010) Poor performance of the Mantel test in phylogenetic comparative analyses. Evolution. [doi link]

Mahler, D., L. Revell, R.E. Glor, J.B. Losos (2010) Ecological opportunity and the rate of morphological evolution in the diversification of Greater Antillean anoles. Evolution. [doi link]

Warren, D., R. E. Glor, M. Turelli (2010) ENMTools: A toolbox for comparative studies of environmental niche models. Ecography. [doi link]

Loehlin, D. Oliveira, R. Edwards, J.D. Giebel, M. Clark, M.V. Cattani, L. van de Zande, E. Verhulst, L.W. Beukeboom, M. Munoz-Torres, and J.H. Werren (2010) Non-coding Changes Cause Sex-specific Wing Size Differences Between Closely Related Species of Nasonia. PLOS Genetics 6(1):e1000821. [doi link]

Raychoudhury,R., B.K. Grillenberger, J. Gadau, R. Bijlsma, L. van de Zande, J.H. Werren, and L.W. Beukeboom (2010) Phylogeography of Nasonia vitripennis (Hymenoptera) indicates a mitochondrial-Wolbachia sweep in North America. Heredity 104: 318-326. [doi link]

De Graaf, M. Brunain, B. Scharlaken, N. Pieren, B. Devreese, D.G. Ebo, W.J. Stevens, C. Desjardins, J.H. Werren and F.J. Jacobs (2010) Novel Apis mellifera and Nasonia vitripennis venom-associated protein with an ancient C1q-like domain. Insect Mol. Biol. 19(S1):1-10. [publisher link]

De Graaf, D.C., M. Brunain, C.A. Desjardins, J.H. Werren and F.J. Jacobs (2010) Insights into the venom composition of the ectoparasitoid wasp Nasonia vitripennis from bioinformatic and proteomic studies.. Insect Mol. Biol. 19(S1):11-26. [publisher link]

Viljakainen, L., D.C.S.G. Oliveira, J. H. Werren, and S. K. Behura (2010) Transfers of mitochondrial DNA to the nuclear genome in the wasp Nasonia vitripennis. Insect Mol. Biol. 19(S1): 27-36. [pubmed link]

Niehuis, O., J.D. Gibson, M. Rosenberg, B. Pannebakker, T. Koevoets, A.K. Judson, C. Desjardins, K. Kennedy, D. Duggan, J.H. Werren, L.W. Beukeboom, J. Gadau (2010) Recombination and its impact on the genome of the haplodiploid parasitoid wasp Nasonia. PloS One 5(e8597): 1-13. [pubmed link]

Baldo, L., C.A. Desjardins, J.A Russell, J.K. Stahlhut and J.H. Werren. Baldo, L and J.H. Werren (2010) Accelerated Microevolution in an Outer Membrane Protein (OMP) of the Intracellular Bacteria Wolbachia. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10(48): 1-18. [BMC link]

Hunt, B.G., S. Wyder, N. Elango, J.H. Werren, E.M. Zdobnov, S.V. Yi, and A.D. Goodisman (2010) Sociality is linked to rates of protein evolution in a highly social insect. Mol. Biol. Evol. 27(3):497-500. [doi link]

Munoz-Torres, M., C. Saski, B. Blackmon, J. Romero-Severson, J. Tomkins, and J.H. Werren (2010) Development of BAC library resources for parasitic Hymenoptera (Nasonia vitripennis and Nasonia giraulti). Insect Molecular Biology 19(S1): 181-187. [publisher link]

Brendan G. Hunt, Stefan Wyder, Navin Elango, John H. Werren, Evgeny M. Zdobnov, Soojin V. Yi1, Michael A. D. Goodisman (2010) Sociality is linked to rates of protein evolution in a highly social insect. Mol Biol. Evol. [doi link]
Kim, J., R. Cunningham, B. James, S. Wyder, J.D. Gibson, O. Niehuis, E.M. Zdobnov, H.M. Robertson, G.E. Robinson, J.H. Werren, and S. Sinha (2010) Functional Characterization of Transcription Factor Motifs Using Cross-species Comparison across Large Evolutionary Distances. PLoS Computational Biology. [doi link]

Wilkes, T., A.C. Darby, J. Choi, J.K. Colbourne, J.H. Werren, and G.D.D. Hurst (2010) The draft genome sequence of Arsenophonus nasoniae, son-killer bacterium of Nasonia vitripennis, reveals genes associated with virulence and symbiosis Insect Mol Biol. Evol. 19(S1): 59-73. [publisher link]

Darby, A.C., J. Choi, J.K. T. Wilkes, M.A. Hughes, J.H. Werren, G.D.D. Hurst, and J.K. Colbourne (2010) Characteristics of the genome of Arsenophonus nasoniae, son-killer bacterium of the wasp Nasonia. Insect Mol. Biol. 19(S1):75-89. [pubmed link]

Chang, J., A. Masters, A. Avery and J.H. Werren (2010) Diverse and Divergent Cardinium endosymbionts in Daddy Long-Legs (Arachnida: Opiliones). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. [doi link]

Stock, S.P., S.R. Bordenstein , J. Odden, D. Oldenburg , W. Reznikoff , M. Selosse, and J.H. Werren (2010) Symbiosis Instruction: Considerations from the Education Workshop at the 6th ISS Congress. Symbiosis 51:67-73. [doi link]

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