Publications by graduate
students in the Lively lab
Howard, R.S. 1994.
Selection against deleterious mutations
and the maintenance of biparental sex. Theoretical Population
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
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.
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
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.
Condition-dependent expression of trophic polyphenism: effects of
individual size and competitive ability. Evolutionary Ecology
Frankino, W. A., R. A.
Raff. 2002. Evolutionary importance
and pattern of phenotypic plasticity: Insights gained from
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:
Neiman, M. and T.A.
Linksvayer. 2006. The conversion of variance and the
evolutionary potential of restricted recombination. Heredity 96:
Greischar, M.A. and Koskella,
B. 2007. A synthesis of experimental work on parasite local
adaptation. Ecology Letters (in press).
Lively, Dept. of Biology, Indiana University
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