The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences


Illustrative list of recent publications by members of the Ecology Institute


Airey Lauvaux, C., Skinner, C.N., Taylor, A.H. (2016). High severity fire and mixed conifer forest-chaparral dynamics in the southern Cascade Range, USA. Forest Ecology and Management,36374-85

Chamberlain, S.J., Brooks, R.P. (2016). Testing a rapid Floristic Quality Index on headwater wetlands in central Pennsylvania, USA. Ecological Indicators,601142-1149

Ernst, O.R., Kemanian, A.R., Mazzilli, S.R., Cadenazzi, M., Dogliotti, S. (2016). Depressed attainable wheat yields under continuous annual no-till agriculture suggest declining soil productivity. Field Crops Research,186107-116

Field, J.L., E. Marx, M. Easter, P. R. Adler, and K. Paustian 2016. Ecosystem model parameterization and adaptation for sustainable cellulosic biofuel landscape design. GCB Bioenergy 

Finney, D.M., White, C.M., Kaye, J.P. (2016). Biomass production and carbon/nitrogen ratio influence ecosystem services from cover crop mixtures. Agronomy Journal,108(1) 39-52

Gall, H.E., Basu, N.B., Mashtare, M.L., C. Rao, P.S., Lee, L.S. (2016). Assessing the impacts of anthropogenic and hydro-climatic drivers on estrogen legacies and trajectories. Advances in Water Resources,8719-28

Jovanovic, T., Mejía, A., Gall, H., Gironás, J. (2016). Effect of urbanization on the long-term persistence of streamflow records. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications,447208-221

Kennedy, S.R., Kozar, M.N., Yennawar, H.P., Lear, B.J. (2016). Synthesis and characterization of the gold dithiolene monoanion, (Bu4N)[Au(pdt = 2,3-pyrazinedithiol)2]. Polyhedron,103100-104

Miksis-Olds, J.L. (2016). Global trends in ocean noise. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology,875713-718

Peper, S.T., Peper, R.L., Mitcheltree, D.H., Kollias, G.V., Brooks, R.P., Stevens, S.S., Serfass, T.L. (2016). Low titers of canine distemper virus antibody in wild fishers (Martes pennanti) in the eastern usa. Journal of Wildlife Diseases,52(1) 150-153

Pourhashem, G., P. R. Adler, and S. Spatari. 2016. Time effects of climate change mitigation strategies for second generation biofuels and co-products with temporary carbon storage. J Cleaner Production 112:2642-2653

Smith, R.G., Atwood, L.W., Morris, M.B., Mortensen, D.A., Koide, R.T. (2016). Evidence for indirect effects of pesticide seed treatments on weed seed banks in maize and soybean. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment,216269-273

Tennessen, J.B., Parks, S.E., Langkilde, T.L. (2016).Anthropogenic noise and physiological stress in wildlife. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology,8751145-1148

Tschakert, P., Ricciardi, V., Smithwick, E., Machado, M., Ferring, D., Hausermann, H., Bug, L. (2016).Situated knowledge of pathogenic landscapes in Ghana: Understanding the emergence of Buruli ulcer through qualitative analysis. Social Science and Medicine,150160-171

Young, A.B., Watts, D.A., Taylor, A.H., Post, E. (2016). Species and site differences influence climate-shrub growth responses in West Greenland. Dendrochronologia,3769-78

Zerkle, A.L., Jones, D.S., Farquhar, J., Macalady, J.L. (2016). Sulfur isotope values in the sulfidic Frasassi cave system, central Italy: A case study of a chemolithotrophic S-based ecosystem. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,173373-386


Abrams, M.D., Nowacki, G.J.. 2015. Exploring the Early Anthropocene Burning Hypothesis and Climate-Fire Anomalies for the Eastern U.S. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 34. 30-48

Abrams, M.D., Nowacki, G.J.. 2015. Large-scale catastrophic disturbance regimes can mask climate change impacts on vegetation - a reply to Pederson et al. (2014). Global Change Biology. 

Acharya, N., Rajotte, E.G., Jenkins, N.E., Thomas, M.B.. 2015. Potential for biocontrol of house flies, Musca domestica, using fungal biopesticides. Biocontrol Science and Technology. 25. 5. 513-524

Acharya, N., Rajotte, E.G., Jenkins, N.E., Thomas, M.B.. 2015. Influence of biotic and abiotic factors on the persistence of a Beauveria bassiana biopesticide in laboratory and high-rise poultry house settings. Biocontrol Science and Technology. 25. 11. 1317-1332

Acharya, N., Seliga, R.A., Rajotte, E.G., Jenkins, N.E., Thomas, M.B.. 2015. Persistence and efficacy of a Beauveria bassiana biopesticide against the house fly, Musca domestica, on typical structural substrates of poultry houses. Biocontrol Science and Technology. 25. 6. 697-715

Achtyl, J.L., Unocic, R.R., Xu, L., Cai, Y., Raju, M., Zhang, W., Sacci, R.L., Vlassiouk, I.V., Fulvio, P.F., Ganesh, P., Wesolowski, D.J., Dai, S., Van Duin, A.C.T., Neurock, M., Geiger, F.M. (2015).Aqueous proton transfer across single-layer graphene. Nature Communications, 6

Adams, T.S., Eissenstat, D.M.. 2015. On the controls of root lifespan: assessing the role of soluble phenolics. Plant and Soil. 392. 42006. 301-308

 Adler, P. R., J. G. Mitchell, G. Pourhashem, S. Spatari, S. J. Del Grosso, and W. J. Parton. 2015. Integrating biorefinery and farm biogeochemical cycles offsets fossil energy and mitigates soil carbon losses. Ecol Appl. 25:1142–1156.

Adler, P. R., B. M. Rau, and G. W. Roth. 2015. Sustainability of corn stover harvest strategies in Pennsylvania. BioEnergy Research 8:1310–1320

Ahlbeck Bergendahl, I., Salvanes, A.G.V., Braithwaite, V.A. (2015).Determining the effects of duration and recency of exposure to environmental enrichment. Applied Animal Behaviour Science,

Amsalem, E., Grozinger, C.M., Padilla, M., Hefetz, A.. 2015. The Physiological and Genomic Bases of Bumble Bee Social Behaviour. Advances in Insect Physiology. 48. 37-93

Amsalem, E., Orlova, M., Grozinger, C.M.. 2015. A conserved class of queen pheromones? Re-evaluating the evidence in bumblebees (Bombus impatiens). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 282. 1817. 

Andreadis, S. S., Cloonan, K. R.,  Myrick, A. J., Chen, H. and Baker, T. C. (2015) Isolation of a female-emitted sex pheromone component of the fungus gnat, Lycoriella ingenua, attractive to males.  J. Chem. Ecol. 41: 1127-1136.

Aoki, T., Vaughan, M.M., McCormick, S.P., Busman, M., Ward, T.J., Kelly, A., O'Donnell, K., Johnston, P.R., Geiser, D.M.. 2015. Fusarium dactylidis sp. nov., a novel nivalenol toxin-producing species sister to F. pseudograminearum isolated from orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata) in Oregon and New Zealand. Mycologia. 107. 2. 409-418

Araújo, J.P.M., Evans, H.C., Geiser, D.M., Mackay, W.P., Hughes, D.P.. 2015. Unravelling the diversity behind the Ophiocordyceps unilateralis (Ophiocordycipitaceae) complex: Three new species of zombie-ant fungi from the Brazilian Amazon. Phytotaxa. 220. 3. 224-238

Barone, M.J., Lyle, K.B., Winterich, K.P.. 2015. When deal depth doesn't matter: How handedness consistency influences consumer response to horizontal versus vertical price comparisons. Marketing Letters. 26. 2. 213-223

Bhattacharyya, S., Gesteland, P.H., Korgenski, K., Bjørnstad, O.N., Adler, F.R.. 2015. Cross-immunity between strains explains the dynamical pattern of paramyxoviruses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112. 43. 13396-13400

Bjørnstad, O.N.. 2015. Nonlinearity and chaos in ecological dynamics revisited. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112. 20. 6252-6253

Bohnenblust, E.W., Vaudo, A.D., Egan, J.F., Mortensen, D.A., Tooker, J.F. (2015) Effects of the herbicide dicamba on nontarget plants and pollinator visitation. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry,

Brahlek, M., Zhang, L., Eaton, C., Zhang, H.-T., Engel-Herbert, R. (2015). Accessing a growth window for SrVO3 thin films. Applied Physics Letters,107(14)

Brandão, M.L., Braithwaite, V.A., Gonçalves-de-Freitas, E.. 2015. Isolation impairs cognition in a social fish. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 171. 204-210

Britson, A., Wardrop, D., Drohan, P.. 2015. Plant community composition as a driver of decomposition dynamics in riparian wetlands. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 

Broqvist, P., Kullgren, J., Wolf, M.J., Van Duin, A.C.T., Hermansson, K. (2015). ReaxFF force-field for ceria bulk, surfaces, and nanoparticles. Journal of Physical Chemistry C,119(24) 13598-13609

Burton, A.L., Johnson, J., Foerster, J., Hanlon, M.T., Kaeppler, S.M., Lynch, J.P., Brown, K.M.. 2015. QTL mapping and phenotypic variation of root anatomical traits in maize (Zea mays L.). TAG. Theoretical and applied genetics. Theoretische und angewandte Genetik. 128. 1. 93-106

Campbell, A.J., Steiner, K.C., Finley, J.J., Leites, L.. 2015. Limitations on regeneration potential after even-aged harvests in mixed-oak stands. Forest Science. 61. 5. 874-881

Campbell, C., Yang, S., Albert, R., and Shea, K.. (2015). Plant-pollinator community network response to species invasion depends on both invader and community characteristics. Oikos,124(4) 406-413

Campbell, C., Yang, S., Albert, R., Shea, K.. 2015. Plant-pollinator community network response to species invasion depends on both invader and community characteristics. Oikos. 124. 4. 406-413

Cappa, F., Beani, L., Cervo, R., Grozinger, C., Manfredini, F.. 2015. Testing male immunocompetence in two hymenopterans with different levels of social organization: 'live hard, die young?'. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 114. 2. 274-278

Carter, M.R., Gaudet, B.J., Stauffer, D.R., White, T.S., Brantley, S.L.. 2015. Using soil records with atmospheric dispersion modeling to investigate the effects of clean air regulations on 60years of manganese deposition in Marietta, Ohio (USA). Science of the Total Environment. 515-516. 49-59

Cator, L.J., Pietri, J.E., Murdock, C.C., Ohm, J.R., Lewis, E.E., Read, A.F., Luckhart, S., Thomas, M.B.. 2015. Immune response and insulin signalling alter mosquito feeding behaviour to enhance malaria transmission potential. Scientific Reports. 5. 

Chaby, L.E., Cavigelli, S.A., Hirrlinger, A.M., Caruso, M.J., Braithwaite, V.A.. 2015. Chronic unpredictable stress during adolescence causes long-term anxiety. Behavioural Brain Research. 278. 492-495

Chaby, L.E., Sheriff, M.J., Hirrlinger, A.M., Braithwaite, V.A.. 2015. Does early stress prepare individuals for a stressful future? Stress during adolescence improves foraging under threat. Animal Behaviour. 105. 37-45

Chaby, L.E., Sheriff, M.J., Hirrlinger, A.M., Braithwaite, V.A.. 2015. Can we understand how developmental stress enhances performance under future threat with the Yerkes-Dodson law?. Communicative and Integrative Biology. 8. 3.

Chamberlain, SJ, and RP Brooks. 2016. Testing a rapid Floristic Quality Index on headwater wetlands in central Pennsylvania, USA. Ecological Indicators 60:1142-1149.Chambert, T., Miller, D.A.W., Nichols, J.D.. 2015. Modeling false positive detections in species occurrence data under different study designs. Ecology. 96. 2. 332-339

Chambert, T., Miller, D.A.W., Nichols, J.D. (2015). Modeling false positive detections in species occurrence data under different study designs. Ecology,96(2) 332-339

Chen, S., Fleischer, S.J., Saunders, M.C., Thomas, M.B.. 2015. The influence of diurnal temperature variation on degree-day accumulation and insect life history. PLoS ONE. 10. 3. 

Chetouhi, C., Panek, J., Bonhomme, L., El Alaoui, H., Texier, C., Langin, T., de Bekker, C., Urbach, S., Demettre, E., Missé, D., Holzmuller, P., Hughes, D.P., Zanzoni, A., Brun, C., Biron, D.G.. 2015. Cross-talk in host-parasite associations: What do past and recent proteomics approaches tell us?. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 33. 84-94

Chimungu, J.G., Loades, K.W., Lynch, J.P.. 2015. Root anatomical phenes predict root penetration ability and biomechanical properties in maize (Zea Mays). Journal of Experimental Botany. 66. 11. 3151-3162

Chimungu, J.G., Maliro, M.F.A., Nalivata, P.C., Kanyama-Phiri, G., Brown, K.M., Lynch, J.P.. 2015. Utility of root cortical aerenchyma under water limited conditions in tropical maize (Zea mays L.). Field Crops Research. 171. 86-98

Chowdhry, N., Winterich, K.P., Mittal, V., Morales, A.C.. 2015. Not all negative emotions lead to concrete construal. International Journal of Research in Marketing. 

Cirri, A., Silakov, A., Lear, B.J. (2015).Ligand Control over the Electronic Properties within the Metallic Core of Gold Nanoparticles. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition,54(40) 11750-11753

Clayton, S., Devine-Wright, P., Stern, P.C., Whitmarsh, L., Carrico, A., Steg, L., Swim, J., Bonnes, M.. 2015. Psychological research and global climate change. Nature Climate Change. 5. 7. 640-646

Clayton, S., Devine-Wright, P., Swim, J., Bonnes, M., Steg, L., Whitmarsh, L., Carrico, A.. 2015. Expanding the Role for Psychology in Addressing Environmental Challenges. American Psychologist.

Coble, J., Schilder, R.J., Berg, A., Drummond, M.J., Rasmussen, B.B., Kimball, S.R.. 2015. Influence of ageing and essential amino acids on quantitative patterns of troponin T alternative splicing in human skeletal muscle. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 40. 8. 788-796

Cole, C.A. (2015).HGM: a call for model validation. Wetlands Ecology and Management,1-7

Collick, A.S., Fuka, D.R., Kleinman, P.J.A., Buda, A.R., Weld, J.L., White, M.J., Veith, T.L., Bryant, R.B., Bolster, C.H., Easton, Z.M.. 2015. Predicting phosphorus dynamics in complex terrains using a variable source area hydrology model. Hydrological Processes. 29. 4. 588-601

Colombi, T., Kirchgessner, N., Le Marié, C.A., York, L.M., Lynch, J.P., Hund, A.. 2015. Next generation shovelomics: set up a tent and REST. Plant and Soil. 

Congreve, C.R., Krug, A.Z., Patzkowsky, M.E.. 2015. Phylogenetic revision of the Strophomenida, a diverse and ecologically important Palaeozoic brachiopod order. Palaeontology. 58. 4. 743-758

Curran, W.S., Wallace, J.M., Mirsky, S., Crockett, B.. 2015. Effectiveness of Herbicides for Control of Hairy Vetch (Vicia villosa) in Winter Wheat. Weed Technology. 29. 3. 509-518

Das, A., Schneider, H., Burridge, J., Ascanio, A.K.M., Wojciechowski, T., Topp, C.N., Lynch, J.P., Weitz, J.S., Bucksch, A.. 2015. Digital imaging of root traits (DIRT): A high-throughput computing and collaboration platform for field-based root phenomics. Plant Methods. 

Day, T., Huijben, S., Read, A.F.. 2015. Is selection relevant in the evolutionary emergence of drug resistance?. Trends in Microbiology. 23. 3. 126-133

de Bekker, C., Ohm, R.A., Loreto, R.G., Sebastian, A., Albert, I., Merrow, M., Brachmann, A., Hughes, D.P.. 2015. Gene expression during zombie ant biting behavior reflects the complexity underlying fungal parasitic behavioral manipulation. BMC Genomics. 16. 1. 

De Hoog, G.S., Chaturvedi, V., Denning, D.W., Dyer, P.S., Frisvad, J.C., Geiser, D., Gräser, Y., Guarro, J., Haase, G., Kwon-Chung, K.-J., Meis, J.F., Meyer, W., Pitt, J.I., Samson, R.A., Taylor, J.W., Tintelnot, K., Vitale, R.G., Walsh, T.J., Lackner, M., Boekhout, T., Chakrabarti, A., Chowdhary, A., Cole, G., Cornely, O.A., Crous, P.W., D'Enfert, C., Garcia-Hermoso, D., Ellis, D.D., Lass-Flörl, C., Levitz, S., Li, R.-Y., Mitchell, A.P., O'Donnell, K., Perfect, J.R., Telles, F.Q., Sutton, D.A., Voigt, K., White, T.C., Xi, L.. 2015. Name changes in medically important fungi and their implications for clinical practice. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 53. 4. 1056-1062

DeLeo, D.M., Ruiz-Ramos, D.V., Baums, I.B., Cordes, E.E.. 2015. Response of deep-water corals to oil and chemical dispersant exposure. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 

Demers, J.E., Gugino, B.K., Jiménez-Gasco, M.M.. 2015. Highly diverse endophytic and soil Fusarium oxysporum populations associated with field-grown tomato plants. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 81. 1. 81-90

Demers, J.E., Jiménez-Gasco, M.D.M. (2015).Evolution of Nine Microsatellite Loci in the Fungus Fusarium oxysporum. Journal of Molecular Evolution,1-11

DeWeber, J.T., Wagner, T.. 2015. Predicting Brook Trout Occurrence in Stream Reaches throughout their Native Range in the Eastern United States. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 144. 1. 42332

DeWeber, J.T., Wagner, T.. 2015. Translating Climate Change Effects into Everyday Language: An Example of More Driving and Less Angling. Fisheries. 40. 8. 395-398

Diefenbach, D., Hansen, L., Bohling, J., Miller-Butterworth, C.. 2015. Population and genetic outcomes 20 years after reintroducing bobcats (Lynx rufus) to Cumberland Island, Georgia USA. Ecology and Evolution.

Dirsmith, M.W., Covaleski, M.A., Samuel, S.. 2015. On being professional in the 21st century: An empirically informed essay. Auditing. 34. 2. 167-200

Döke, M.A., Frazier, M., Grozinger, C.M.. 2015. Overwintering honey bees: biology and management. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 10. 185-193

Domingue, M. J., Pulsifer, D. P., Lakhtakia, A., Berkebile, J., Steiner, K. C., Lelito, J. P., Hall, L. P., and Baker, T. C. (2015) Detecting emerald ash borers (Agrilus planipennis) using branch traps baited with 3D-printed beetle decoys. J. Pest. Sci. 88: 267-279

Doughty, D., Fuentes, J.D., Sakai, R., Hu, X.-M., Sanchez, K. (2015).Nocturnal isoprene declines in a semi-urban environment. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry,72(3-4) 215-234

Douglas, M.R., Rohr, J.R., Tooker, J.F.. 2015. Neonicotinoid insecticide travels through a soil food chain, disrupting biological control of non-target pests and decreasing soya bean yield. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52. 1. 250-260

Douglas, M.R., Tooker, J.F.. 2015. Large-scale deployment of seed treatments has driven rapid increase in use of neonicotinoid insecticides and preemptive pest management in U.S. Field crops. Environmental Science and Technology. 49. 8. 5088-5097

Drake, J.M., Kaul, R.R.B., Alexander, L.W., O’Regan, S.M., Kramer, A.M., Pulliam, J.T., Ferrari, M.J., Park, A.W.. 2015. Ebola Cases and Health System Demand in Liberia. PLoS Biology. 13. 1.

Droege, P., Braithwaite, V.A.. 2015. A framework for investigating animal consciousness. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences. 19. 79-98

Dumpala, S., Broderick, S.R., Khalilov, U., Neyts, E.C., Van Duin, A.C.T., Provine, J., Howe, R.T., Rajan, K. (2015).Integrated atomistic chemical imaging and reactive force field molecular dynamic simulations on silicon oxidation. Applied Physics Letters,106(1)

Eaton, C., Moyer, J.A., Alipour, H.M., Grimley, E.D., Brahlek, M., Lebeau, J.M., Engel-Herbert, R. (2015).Growth of SrVO3 thin films by hybrid molecular beam epitaxy. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A: Vacuum, Surfaces and Films,33(6)

Ebert, C.E., Dennison, M., Hirth, K.G., Mcclure, S.B., Kennett, D.J.. 2015. Formative Period Obsidian Exchange along the Pacific Coast of Mesoamerica. Archaeometry. 57. S1. 54-73

Eissenstat, D.M., Kucharski, J.M., Zadworny, M., Adams, T.S., Koide, R.T.. 2015. Linking root traits to nutrient foraging in arbuscular mycorrhizal trees in a temperate forest. New Phytologist. 208. 1. 114-124

Eklöf, K., Kraus, A., Futter, M., Schelker, J., Meili, M., Boyer, E.W., Bishop, K.. 2015. Parsimonious Model for Simulating Total Mercury and Methylmercury in Boreal Streams Based on Riparian Flow Paths and Seasonality. Environmental Science and Technology. 49. 13. 7851-7859

Elmore, M.H., McGary, K.L., Wisecaver, J.H., Slot, J.C., Geiser, D.M., Sink, S., O'Donnell, K., Rokas, A.. 2015. Clustering of two genes putatively involved in cyanate detoxification evolved recently and independently in multiple fungal lineages. Genome Biology and Evolution. 7. 3. 789-800

Emili, L. A., C. G. Mahan, J. Pizarchik.  2015.  Sustainable remediation of legacy mine drainage:  a case study of the Flight 93 National Memorial.  Environmental Management 1-11

Fagny, M., Patin, E., Macisaac, J.L., Rotival, M., Flutre, T., Jones, M.J., Siddle, K.J., Quach, H., Harmant, C., McEwen, L.M., Froment, A., Heyer, E., Gessain, A., Betsem, E., Mouguiama-Daouda, P., Hombert, J.-M., Perry, G.H., Barreiro, L.B., Kobor, M.S., Quintana-Murci, L. (2015).The epigenomic landscape of African rainforest hunter-gatherers and farmers. Nature Communications,6

Fantauzzi, D., Mueller, J.E., Sabo, L., Van Duin, A.C.T., Jacob, T. (2015).Surface Buckling and Subsurface Oxygen: Atomistic Insights into the Surface Oxidation of Pt(111). ChemPhysChem,16(13) 2797-2802

Faure, B., Schaeffer, S.W., Fisher, C.R.. 2015. Species distribution and population connectivity of deep-sea mussels at hydrocarbon seeps in the Gulf of Mexico. PLoS ONE. 10. 4. 

Fernando, D.R., Lynch, J.P.. 2015. Manganese phytotoxicity: New light on an old problem. Annals of Botany. 116. 3. 313-319

Fink, C.M., Drohan, P.J.. 2015. Dynamic soil property change in response to reclamation following northern Appalachian natural gas infrastructure development. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 79. 1. 146-154

Franklin Egan, J., Hafla, A., Goslee, S.. 2015. Tradeoffs between production and perennial vegetation in dairy farming systems vary among counties in the Northeastern U.S.. Agricultural Systems. 139.17-28

Fuentes, J.D., Barr, J.G.. 2015. Mangrove forests and carbon and water cycling. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 213. 263-265

Fuller, Z.L., Niño, E.L., Patch, H.M., Bedoya-Reina, O.C., Baumgarten, T., Muli, E., Mumoki, F., Ratan, A., McGraw, J., Frazier, M., Masiga, D., Schuster, S., Grozinger, C.M., Miller, W.. 2015. Genome-wide analysis of signatures of selection in populations of African honey bees (Apis mellifera) using new web-based tools. BMC Genomics.

Fuller, Z.L., Niño, E.L., Patch, H.M., Bedoya-Reina, O.C., Baumgarten, T., Muli, E., Mumoki, F., Ratan, A., McGraw, J., Frazier, M., Masiga, D., Schuster, S., Grozinger, C.M., Miller, W.. 2015. Genome-wide analysis of signatures of selection in populations of African honey bees (Apis mellifera) using new web-based tools. BMC Genomics. 16. 1.

Galbraith, D.A., Wang, Y., Amdam, G.V., Page, R.E., Grozinger, C.M.. 2015. Reproductive physiology mediates honey bee (Apis mellifera) worker responses to social cues. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 69. 9. 1511-1518

Galbraith, D.A., Yang, X., Niño, E.L., Yi, S., Grozinger, C.. 2015. Parallel Epigenomic and Transcriptomic Responses to Viral Infection in Honey Bees (Apis mellifera). PLoS Pathogens. 11. 3. 42028

Gall, H.E., Sassman, S.A., Jenkinson, B., Lee, L.S., Jafvert, C.T.. 2015. Comparison of export dynamics of nutrients and animal-borne estrogens from a tile-drained Midwestern agroecosystem. Water Research. 72. 162-173

Garvey, A.M., Blanchard, S.J., Winterich, K.P.. 2015. Turning unplanned overpayment into a status signal: how mentioning the price paid repairs satisfaction. Marketing Letters. 

Geiser, D.M.. 2015. Antifungal design: The toxicity-resistance yin-yang. Nature Chemical Biology. 11. 7. 453-454

Geiser, D.M., Lobuglio, K.F., Gueidan, C.. 2015. Pezizomycotina: Eurotiomycetes. The Mycota: A Comprehensive Treatise on Fungi As Experimental Systems for Basic and Applied Research: VII Systematics and Evolution Part B 2nd Edition. 121-141

Giller, K.E., Andersson, J.A., Corbeels, M., Kirkegaard, J., Mortensen, D., Erenstein, O., Vanlauwe, B. (2015).Beyond conservation agriculture. Frontiers in Plant Science,6

Giordano, A.N., Lear, B.J. (2015).Comparing the energetic and dynamic contributions of solvent to very low barrier isomerization using dynamic steady-state vibrational spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry A,119(15) 3545-3555

Gollner, S., Govenar, B., Fisher, C.R., Bright, M.. 2015. Size matters at deep-sea hydrothermal vents: Different diversity and habitat fidelity patterns of meio- and macrofauna. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 520. 57-66

González-Castro, A., Yang, S., Nogales, M., Carlo, T.A.. 2015. Relative importance of phenotypic trait matching and species' abundances in determining plant - Avian seed dispersal interactions in a small insular community. AoB PLANTS. 7. 1. 

Gonzalez-Santoyo, I., Wheatley, J.R., Welling, L.L.M., Cárdenas, R.A., Jimenez-Trejo, F., Dawood, K., Puts, D.A.. 2015. The face of female dominance: Women with dominant faces have lower cortisol. Hormones and Behavior. 71.16-21

Govenar, B., Fisher, C.R., Shank, T.M.. 2015. Variation in the diets of hydrothermal vent gastropods. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography.

Goverapet Srinivasan, S., Van Duin, A.C.T., Ganesh, P.. 2015. Development of a ReaxFF potential for carbon condensed phases and its application to the thermal fragmentation of a large fullerene. Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 119. 4. 571-580

Grettenberger, I.M., Tooker, J.F.. 2015. Moving beyond resistance management toward an expanded role for seed mixtures in agriculture. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 208. 29-36

Griffin, J.N., Schrack, E.C., Lewis, K.-A., Baums, I.B., Soomdat, N., Silliman, B.R.. 2015. Density-dependent effects on initial growth of a branching coral under restoration. Restoration Ecology. 23. 3. 197-200

Grozinger, C.M., Evans, J.D.. 2015. Editorial Overview: Social insects: From the lab to the landscape - Translational approaches to pollinator health. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 10. vii-ix

Grozinger, C.M., Robinson, G.E.. 2015. The power and promise of applying genomics to honey bee health. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 10. 124-132

Guo, L., Blatt, A.Z., Geiser, D.M., Jiménez-Gasco, M.M., Kuldau, G.A.. 2015. Mating type and spore killing characterization of Fusarium verticillioides strains. Mycological Progress. 14. 4.

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