Publications by graduate students in the Lively lab

Howard, R.S.  1994.  Selection against deleterious mutations and the maintenance of biparental sex.  Theoretical Population Biology 45:313-323.

Kenny, N.T.  1996.  A test of the general-purpose genotype hypothesis in sexual and asexual Erigeron species.  American Midland Naturalist 136:1-13.

Pfennig, D. W. and W. A. Frankino. 1997. Kin-mediated morphogenesis in facultatively cannibalistic tadpoles.  Evolution 51:1993-1999.

West, S.A., A.D. Peters, and N.H. Barton.  1998.  Testing for epistasis between deleterious mutations.  Genetics 149:435-444.

Levri, E. P. 1998.  The influence of non-host predators on parasite-induced behavioral changes in a freshwater snail.  Oikos 81:531-537.

Levri, E. P.  1998.  Perceived predation risk, parasitism and the foraging  behaviour of a freshwater snail. Canadian Journal of Zoology 76: 1878-1884.

Peters, A.D.  1999.  The effects of pathogen infection and mutation on life-history characters in Arabidopsis thaliana.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12:460-470.

Levri, E. P.  1999.  Parasite-induced changes in host behavior of a freshwater  snail: manipulation or byproduct of parasitism.  Behavioral Ecology 10:234-241.

Flury, B. and Levri, E. P.  1999.  Periodic logistic regression.  Ecology 80: 2254-2260.

Miles, D., B. Sinervo, and W. A. Frankino.  2000.  Reproductive burden of eggs decreases endurance and lowers survival in free ranging lizards. Evolution 54:1386-1395

Krist, A. C. 2000.   Effects of the digenean parasite Proterometra macrostoma on host morphology in the freshwater snail Elimia livescens.  Journal of Parasitology 86:262-267.

Levri, E. P. and L. M. Fisher.  2000.  The effect of a trematode parasite (Microphallus sp.) on the response of the freshwater snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum to light and gravity. Behaviour 137:1141-1151.

Sinervo, B., D. Miles, D. DeNardo, W. A. Frankino, and M. Klukowski.  2000.  Testosterone, endurance, and Darwinian fitness: natural and sexual selection on the physiological bases of alternative male behaviors in side-blotched lizards.  Hormones and Behavior 38: 222-233.

Wolf, J. B., W. A. Frankino, A. F. Agrawal, E. D. Brodie III, A. J. Moore.  2001.  Developmental interactions and the constituents of quantitative variation.  Evolution55:232-245.

Krist, A.C.  2001.  Variation in fecundity among populations of snails is predicted by prevalence of castrating parasites.  Evolutionary Ecology Research 3:191-197.

Frankino, W. A. and D. W. Pfennig.  2001.  Condition-dependent expression of trophic polyphenism: effects of individual size and competitive ability.  Evolutionary Ecology Research 3:939-951.

Frankino, W. A., R. A. Raff.  2002.  Evolutionary importance and pattern of phenotypic plasticity: Insights gained from development.   Phenotypic Plasticity, functional and conceptual approaches. In T. J. DeWitt and S. M. Scheiner, eds.

Tseng, M.  2003.  A simple parafilm M-based method for blood-feeding Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae).  Journal of Medical Entomology 40:588-589.

Tseng, M.  2004. Sex-specific response of a mosquito to parasites and crowding. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 271: S186-S188.

Neiman, M.  2004. Physiological dependence on copulation in parthenogenetic females can reduce the cost of sex. Animal Behaviour 67: 811-822.

Dybdahl, M. F. and A. C. Krist.  2004.  Genotypic vs. condition effects on parasite-driven rare advantage.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17:967-973.

Neiman, M.  2006.  Embryo production in a parthenogenetic snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) is negatively affected by the presence of other parthenogenetic females.  Invertebrate Biology125: 45-50.

Tseng, M. 2006. Interactions between the parasite's previous and current environment mediate the outcome of parasite infection.  American Naturalist 168: 565-571.

Meirmans S. and M. Neiman.  2006.  Methodologies for testing a pluralist idea for the maintenance of sex.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 89: 605-613.

Neiman, M. and T.A. Linksvayer.  2006.  The conversion of variance and the evolutionary potential of restricted recombination.  Heredity 96: 111-121.

Greischar, M.A. and Koskella, B.  2007. A synthesis of experimental work on parasite local adaptation.  Ecology Letters (in press).

C. M. Lively, Dept. of Biology, Indiana University
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