Publications:  2010-present

84.) Yousey, A.M., P. Roy Chowdhury, N. Biddinger, J. Shaw, P.D. Jeyasingh and L.J. Weider. 2018. Resurrected “ancient” Daphnia genotypes show reduced thermal stress tolerance compared to modern descendants. Royal Society Open Science Link

83.) Weider, L.J., P.D. Jeyasingh, and D. Frisch. 2018. Evolutionary aspects of resurrection ecology: Progress, scope, and applications – an overview. Evolutionary Applications 11: 3-10  Link

82.) Lack, J.B., L.J. Weider, and P.D. Jeyasingh. 2018. Whole genome amplification and sequencing of a Daphnia resting egg. Molecular Ecology Resources 18:118-127 Link

81.) Speer, F.W. and L.J. Weider. 2018. Examining population-specific hatching cues of salinity and light for Artemia franciscana. Hydrobiologia 805:391-397 Link 

80.)   Sherman, R.E., P. Roy Chowdhury, K.D. Baker, L.J. Weider, and P.D. Jeyasingh. 2017. Genotype-specific relationships among phosphorus use, growth, and abundance in Daphnia pulicaria. Royal Society Open Science 4:  Link

79.) Guignard, M.S., A.R. Leitch, C. Acquisti, C. Eizaguirre, J.J. Elser, D.O. Hessen, P.D. Jeyasingh, M. Neiman, A.E. Richardson, P.S. Soltis, D.E. Soltis, C.J. Stevens, M. Trimmer, L.J. Weider, G. Woodward, and I.J. Leitch. 2017. Impacts of nitrogen and phosphorus: from genomes to natural ecosystems and agriculture. Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution Link

78.) Neiman, M., M.J. Beaton, D.O. Hessen, P.D. Jeyasingh and L.J. Weider. 2017. Endopolyploidy as a potential evolutionary and ecological driver. Biological Reviews 92:234-24. doi: 10.1111/brv.12226 Link

77.) Frisch, D., P.K. Morton, B. Culver, M. Edlund, P.D. Jeyasingh, and L.J. Weider. 2017. Paleogenetic records of Daphnia pulicaria in two North American lakes reveal the impact of cultural eutrophication. Global Change Biology 23:708-718. doi: 10.1111/gcb.13445 Link

76.) Haileselasie,T.H., J. Mergeay, L.J .Weider, R. Sommaruga, T.A. Davidson, M. Meerhoff,  H. Arndt, K. Jürgens, E. Jeppesen and L. De Meester. 2016. Environment not dispersal limitation drives clonal composition of arctic Daphnia in a recently deglaciated area. Molecular Ecology 25:5830–5842. doi: 10.1111/mec.13843 Link

75.) Muñoz, J., A. Chaturvedi, L. De Meester, and L.J. Weider. 2016. Characterization of genome-wide SNPs for the water flea Daphnia pulicaria generated by genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS). Scientific Reports doi: 10.1038/srep28569 Link

74.) Haileselasie, T.H., J. Mergeay, L.J. Weider, E. Jeppesen, and L. De Meester. 2016. Colonization history and clonal richness of asexual Daphnia in periglacial habitats of contrasting age in West Greenland. Journal of Animal Ecology 85:1108-1117. Link

73.) Alfsnes, K., A. Hobæk, L.J. Weider, and D.O. Hessen. 2016. Birds, nutrients and climate change: mtDNA haplotype diversity of Arctic Daphnia on Svalbard revisited. Polar Biology 39:1425-1437. Link

72.) Jeyasingh, P.D., P. Roy Chowdhury, M.W. Wojewodzic, D. Frisch, D.O. Hessen, and L.J. Weider. 2015. Phosphorus use varies with ploidy level in Daphnia. J. Plankton Research 37:1210-1217. Link

71.) Roy Chowdhury, P., D. Frisch, D. Becker, J. A. Lopez, L.J. Weider, J.K. Colbourne, and P.D. Jeyasingh. 2015. Differential transcriptomic responses of ancient and modern Daphnia genotypes to phosphorus supply. Molecular Ecology 24:123-135. Link

 70.) Morton, P.K., D. Frisch, P.D. Jeyasingh, and L.J. Weider. 2015. Out with the old, in with the new? Younger Daphnia clones are competitively superior over centuries-old ancestors. Hydrobiologia 749:43-52. Link

 69.) Frisch, D., P.K. Morton, P. Roy Chowdhury, B. Culver, J.K. Colbourne, L.J. Weider, and P.D. Jeyasingh. 2014. A millennial-scale chronicle of evolutionary responses to cultural eutrophication in Daphnia. Ecology Letters 17:360-368. Link

68.) Roy Chowdhury, P., J.A. Lopez, L.J. Weider, J.K. Colbourne, and P.D.Jeyasingh. 2014. Functional genomics of intraspecific variation in carbon and phosphorus kinetics in Daphnia. J. Expt. Zoology 321:387-398. Link

67.) Orsini, L., K. Schwenk, L. De Meester, J.K. Colbourne, M.E. Pfrender and L.J. Weider. 2013. The evolutionary time machine: Forecasting how populations can adapt to changing environments using dormant propagules. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28:274-282. Link

66.) Frisch, D., J. Havel, and L.J. Weider. 2013. The invasion history of the exotic freshwater zooplankter Daphnia lumholtzi (Cladocera, Crustacea) in North America – a genetic analysis. Biological Invasions 15:817-828. Link

65.) Latta, L.C. IV, L.J. Weider, J.K. Colbourne, and M.E. Pfrender. 2012. The evolution of salinity tolerance in Daphnia: A functional genomics approach. Ecology Letters 15:794-802. (Faculty of 1000 publication). Link

64.) Hargrave, C.W., K.D. Hambright, and L.J. Weider. 2011. Variation in resource consumption across a gradient of increasing intra- and inter-specific richness. Ecology 92:1226-1235. Link

63.) Hessen, D.O., P.D. Jeyasingh, M. Neiman, and L.J. Weider. 2010. Genome streamlining in prokaryotes vs. eukaryotes. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25:320-321. Link

62.) Hessen, D.O., P.D. Jeyasingh, M. Neiman, and L.J. Weider. 2010. Genome streamlining and the elemental costs of growth. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25:75-80. Link

61.) Frisch, D. and L.J. Weider. 2010. Seasonal shifts in genotype frequencies in the invasive cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi in Lake Texoma, USA. Freshwater Biology 55:1327-1336. Link

60.) Weider, L.J., D. Frisch, and P.D.N. Hebert. 2010. Long-term changes in metapopulation genetic structure: A quarter-century retrospective study on low-arctic rock pool Daphnia. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond., Series B. 277:139-146. Link