2000-2009

Publications:  2000-2009

59.) Jeyasingh, P.D., L.J. Weider, and R.W. Sterner. 2009. Genetically-based trade-offs in response to stoichiometric food quality influence competition in a keystone aquatic herbivore. Ecology Letters 12:1229-1237. Link

58.) Weider, L.J., P.D. Jeyasingh, and K.G. Looper. 2008. Stoichiometric differences in food quality: impacts on genetic diversity and coexistence of aquatic herbivores in a Daphnia hybrid complex. Oecologia 158:47-55. Link

57.) Jeyasingh, P.D. and Weider, L.J. 2007. Fundamental links between genes and elements: evolutionary relevance of ecological stoichiometry. Molecular Ecology (invited review) 16:4649-4661. Link

56.) Kyle, M., K. Acharya, L.J. Weider, K.G. Looper, and J.J. Elser. 2006. Coupling of growth rate and body stoichiometry in Daphnia: A role for maintenance processes? Freshwater Biology 51:2087-2095. Link

55.) Pijanowska, J., P. Dawidowicz, and L.J. Weider. 2006. Predator-induced escape response in Daphnia. Archiv für Hydrobiol. 167:77-87. Link

54.) Pijanowska, J., A. Howe, P. Dawidowicz, and L.J. Weider. 2006. Predator-induced shifts in Daphnia life-histories under different food regimes. Archiv für Hydrobiol. 167:37-54. Link

53.) Weider, L.J., J.J. Elser, T.J. Crease, M. Mateos, J. Cotner, and T. Markow. 2005. The functional significance of ribosomal(r)DNA variation: Impacts on the evolutionary ecology of organisms. Annual Review Ecology Evolution Systematics 36:219-242. Link

52.) Jeyasingh, P.D. and L.J. Weider. 2005. Phosphorus availability mediates plasticity in life-history traits and predator-prey interactions in Daphnia. Ecology Letters 8:1021-1028. Link

51.) Weider, L.J., W. Makino, K. Acharya, K.L. Glenn, M. Kyle, J. Urabe and J.J. Elser. 2005. Genotype x environment interactions, stoichiometric food quality effects, and clonal coexistence in Daphnia pulex. Oecologia 143:537-547. Link

50.) Weider, L.J., K.L. Glenn, M. Kyle, and J.J. Elser. 2004. Associations among ribosomal (r)DNA intergenic spacer length variation, growth rate, and C:N:P stoichiometry in the genus Daphnia. Limnology & Oceanography 49:1417-1423. Link

49.) Kerfoot, W.C. and L.J. Weider. 2004. Experimental paleoecology (“Resurrection ecology”): chasing Van Valen’s “Red Queen Hypothesis”. Limnology & Oceanography 49:1300-1316. Link

48.) Kerfoot, W.C., X. Ma, C.S. Lorence, and L.J. Weider. 2004. Towards “resurrection ecology”: Daphnia mendotae and D. retrocurva in the coastal region of Lake Superior, among the first successful outside invaders? J. Great Lakes Res. 30 (Suppl.1):285-299. Link

47.) Spaak, P., A. Denk, M. Boersma, and L.J. Weider. 2004. Spatial and temporal patterns of sexual reproduction in a hybrid Daphnia species complex. J. Plankton Res. 26:625-635. Link

46.) Weider, L.J. and A. Hobæk. 2003. Glacial refugia, haplotype distributions, and clonal richness in the Daphnia pulex complex in arctic Canada. Molecular Ecology 12:463-473. Link

45.) Urabe, J., S. Ishida, M. Nishmoto, and L.J. Weider. 2003. Daphnia pulicaria, a zooplankton species that newly appeared in 1999 in the offshore zone of Lake Biwa. Limnology 4:35-41. Link

44.) Gorokhova, E., T.E. Dowling, L.J. Weider, T.J. Crease, and J.J. Elser. 2002. Functional and ecological significance of rDNA IGS variation in a clonal organism under divergent selection for production rate. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. Series B. 269:2373-2379. Link

43.) Limburg, P.A. and L.J. Weider. 2002. “Ancient” DNA in a microcrustacean resting egg bank can serve as a paleolimnological database. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. Series B. 269:281-287. Link

42.) Hairston, N.G. Jr., C.L. Holtmeier, W. Lampert, L.J. Weider, D.M. Post, J.M. Fisher, C.L. Cáceres, J.A. Fox, and U. Gaedke. 2001. Natural selection for grazer resistance to toxic cyanobacteria: Evolution of phenotypic plasticity? Evolution 55:2203-2214. Link

41.) Elser, J.J., R.W. Sterner, E. Gorokhova, W.Fagan, T. Markow, J. Cotner, J. Harrison, S. Hobbie, G. Odell, and L.J. Weider. 2000. Biological stoichiometry from genes to ecosystems. Ecology Letters 3:540-550. Link

40.) Weider, L.J .and A. Hobæk. 2000. Phylogeography and arctic biodiversity: a review. Annales Zoologici Fennici 37:217-231. Link

39.) Duffy, M.A., L.J. Perry, C.M. Kearns, L. J. Weider, and N.G. Hairston Jr. 2000. Paleogenetic evidence for a past invasion of Onondaga Lake, New York, by exotic Daphnia curvirostris using mtDNA from dormant eggs. Limnology & Oceanography 45:1409-1414. Link