Recent Publications by EEB Undergrads

Evans 2017 A NEW SPECIES OF TROODONTID THEROPOD

Adam Rego contributed to this study in David Evan's lab as part of his EEB497 research course.

Evans, D.C., Cullen, T.M., Larson, D.W., and Rego, A. 2017. A new species of troodontid theropod (Dinosauria: Maniraptora) from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation (Maastrichtian) of Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Early Online: 813-826. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjes-2017-0034
Caron 2017 HYOLITHS ARE PALAEOZOIC LOPHOPHORATES

Joseph Moysiuk contributed to this study in Jean-Bernard Caron's lab.

Moysiuk, J. and J-B Caron. 2017. Hyoliths are Palaeozoic lophophorates. Nature 541: 394-397
Chang 2017 EVOLUTION OF NONSPECTRAL RHODOPSIN FUNCTION AT HIGH ALTITUDES

Brian Liao contributed to this study in Belinda Chang's lab as part of his EEB498 research courses.

Castiglione, G.M., Hauser, F. E., Liao, B.S., Lujan, N.K., Van Nynatten, A., Morrow, J.M., Schott, R.K., Bhattacharyya, N., Dungan, S.Z. and B.S.W. Chang. 2017. Evolution of nonspectral rhodopsin function at high altitudes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 114: 7385-7390
Agrawal 2017 HIGHER RATES OF SEX EVOLVE DURING ADAPTATION TO MORE COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS

Majid Gasim, Suyang Chen, Andrijana Stanic, Connor Yanchus, and Yun Seong Kim contributed to this study in Aneil Agrawal's lab.

Luijckx, P., E. K. H. Ho, M. Gasim, S. Chen, A. Stanic, C. Yanchus, Y. S. Kim, and A. F. Agrawal. 2017. Higher rates of sex evolve during adaptation to more complex environments. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 114: 534-539
Gilbert 2017 FRAGMENT SIZE AFFECTS PLANT HERBIVORY VIA PREDATOR LOSS

Lucy Genua contributed to this study in Ben Gilbert's lab as part of her EEB498 research course, and a summer research scholarship.

Genua, L., Start, D., and B. Gilbert. 2017. Fragment size affects plant herbivory via predator loss. Oikos 126: 1357-1365