1990-1999

Publications:  1990-1999

38.) Hairston, N.G. Jr., W. Lampert, C. Cáceres, C.L. Holtmeier, L.J. Weider, U. Gaedke, J. M. Fisher, J. A. Fox, and D. M. Post. 1999. Rapid evolution revealed by dormant eggs. Nature 401:446. Link

37.) Weider, L.J., A. Hobæk, J. K. Colbourne, T. J. Crease, F. Dufresne, and P. D. N. Hebert. 1999. Holarctic phylogeography of an asexual species complex: I. mtDNA variation in arctic Daphnia. Evolution 53:777-792. Link

36.) Weider, L. J., A. Hobæk, P. D. N. Hebert, and T. J. Crease. 1999. Holarctic  phylogeography of an asexual species complex: II. Allozymic variation in arctic DaphniaMolecular Ecology 8:1-13. Link

35.) De Meester, L. and L. J. Weider. 1999. Depth-selection behavior, fish kairomones and the life-histories of Daphnia hyalina x galeata hybrid clones. Limnology & Oceanography 44:1248-1258. Link

34.) Hobæk, A. and L.J. Weider. 1999. A circumpolar study of Arctic biodiversity: Phylogeographic patterns in the Daphnia pulex complex. Ambio 28:245-250. Link

33.) Kerfoot. W. C., J. A. Robbins, and L. J. Weider. 1999. A new approach to historical reconstruction: Combining descriptive and experimental paleolimnology. Limnology & Oceanography 44:1232-1247. Link

32.) Mitchell, S. E., G. R. Carvalho, and L. J. Weider. 1998. Stability of clonal frequencies in an intermittent Daphnia magna population. Arch. Hydrobiol. Adv. Limnol. 52:185-194.

31.) Colbourne, J. K., T. J. Crease, L. J. Weider, P. D. N. Hebert, F. Dufresne, and A. Hobæk. 1998. Phylogenetics and evolution of a circumarctic species complex (Cladocera: Daphnia pulex). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 65:347-366. Link

30.) Weider, L. J., W. Lampert, M. Wessels, J. K. Colbourne and P. Limburg. 1997. Long-term genetic shifts in microcrustacean egg bank associated with anthropogenic changes in Lake Constance ecosystem. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. Series B. 264:1613-1618. Link

29.) Weider, L. J. and A. Hobæk. 1997. Postglacial dispersal, glacial refugia, and clonal  structure of Russian/Siberian populations in the arctic Daphnia pulex complex. Heredity 78:363-372. Link

28.) Weider, L. J., A. Hobæk, T. J. Crease, and H. Stibor. 1996. Molecular characterization of clonal population structure and biogeography of arctic apomictic Daphnia from Greenland and Iceland. Molecular Ecology 5:107-118. Link

27.) De Meester, L., L. J. Weider, and R. Tollrian. 1995. Alternative anti-predator defenses and genetic polymorphism in a pelagic predator-prey system. Nature 378:483-485. Link

26.) Mitchell, S. E., L. De Meester, L. J. Weider, and G. R. Carvalho. 1995. No evidence for kin-preferential swarming in a Daphnia magna population coexisting with fish. Journal of Animal Ecology 64:777-779. Link

25.) Weider, L. J. and A. Hobæk. 1994. Molecular biogeography of asexual lineages in a high-arctic apomictic Daphnia complex. Molecular Ecology 3:497-506. Link

24.) Weider, L. J. 1993. A test of the “general-purpose” genotype hypothesis: Differential tolerance to thermal and salinity stress among Daphnia clones. Evolution 47:965-969. Link

23.) Weider, L. J. 1993. Niche breadth and life-history variation in a hybrid Daphnia complex. Ecology 74:935-943. Link

22.) Pijanowska, J., L. J. Weider, and W. Lampert. 1993. Predator-mediated genotypic shifts in a prey population: experimental evidence. Oecologia 90:40-42. Link

21.) Hobæk, A., L. J. Weider, and H. G. Wolf. 1993. Ecological genetics of Norwegian Daphnia III. Clonal richness in an arctic apomictic complex. Heredity 71:323-330. Link

20.) Weider, L. J. and J. Pijanowska. 1993. Plasticity of Daphnia life histories in response to chemical cues of predators. Oikos 67:385-392. Link

19.) Weider, L. J. and H. B. Stich. 1992. Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of Daphnia in Lake Constance; intra- and interspecific comparisons. Limnology & Oceanography 37:1327-1334. Link

18.) Weider, L. J. 1992. Disturbance, competition, and the maintenance of clonal diversity in Daphnia pulex. Journal of evolutionary Biology 5:505-521. Link

17.) Weider, L. J. 1992. Allozymic variation in tubificid oligochaetes from the Laurentian Great Lakes. Hydrobiologia 234:79-85. Link

16.) Weider, L. J. and H. G. Wolf. 1991. Life-history variation in a hybrid species complex of Daphnia. Oecologia 87:506-513. Link

15.) Wolf, H. G. and L. J. Weider. 1991. Do life-history parameters of Daphnia as determined in the laboratory correctly predict species successions in the field? Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol.24:2799-2801.

14.) Weider, L. J. 1991. Allozymic variation in Bythotrephes cederstroemi: a recent invader of the Great Lakes. J. Great Lakes Res. 17:141-143. Link