Lori Stevens
Lori Stevens
Professor of Biology, University of Vermont
Verified email at uvm.edu
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Experimental studies of group selection: what do they tell us about group selection in nature?
CJ Goodnight, L Stevens
The American Naturalist 150 (S1), s59-s79, 1997
2391997
Contextual analysis of models of group selection, soft selection, hard selection, and the evolution of altruism
CJ Goodnight, JM Schwartz, L Stevens
The American Naturalist 140 (5), 743-761, 1992
2351992
Microorganism mediated reproductive isolation in flour beetles (genus Tribolium)
MJ Wade, L Stevens
Science 227 (4686), 527-528, 1985
1441985
Environmental dependency of inbreeding depression: implications for conservation biology
LA Pray, JM Schwartz, CJ Goodnight, L Stevens
Conservation biology 8 (2), 562-568, 1994
1301994
Why should parasite resistance be costly?
MC Rigby, RF Hechinger, L Stevens
Trends in parasitology 18 (3), 116-120, 2002
1292002
Male-killing Wolbachia in a flour beetle
RF Fialho, L Stevens
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1212000
Male-Killing, Nematode Infections, Bacteriophage Infection, and Virulence of Cytoplasmic Bacteria in the GenusWolbachia
L Stevens, R Giordano, RF Fialho
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 32 (1), 519-545, 2001
1172001
Multilevel selection in natural populations of Impatiens capensis
L Stevens, CJ Goodnight, S Kalisz
The American Naturalist 145 (4), 513-526, 1995
931995
Inbreeding: its effect on response to selection for pupal weight and the heritable variance in fitness in the flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum
MJ Wade, SM Shuster, L Stevens
Evolution 50 (2), 723-733, 1996
831996
Consequences of inbreeding on invertebrate host susceptibility to parasitic infection
L Stevens, G Yan, LA Pray
Evolution 51 (6), 2032-2039, 1997
681997
THE GENETICS AND EVOLUTION OF CANNIBALISM IN FLOUR BEETLES (GENUS TRIBOLIUM)
L Stevens
Evolution 43 (1), 169-179, 1989
681989
A new method for forensic DNA analysis of the blood meal in Chagas disease vectors demonstrated using Triatoma infestans from Chuquisaca, Bolivia
JC Pizarro, L Stevens
PloS one 3 (10), 2008
672008
Cytoplasmically inherited reproductive incompatibility in Tribolium flour beetles: the rate of spread and effect on population size.
L Stevens, MJ Wade
Genetics 124 (2), 367-372, 1990
671990
“Kissing bugs”: potential disease vectors and cause of anaphylaxis
JH Klotz, PL Dorn, JL Logan, L Stevens, JL Pinnas, JO Schmidt, SA Klotz
Clinical Infectious Diseases 50 (12), 1629-1634, 2010
652010
Environmental factors affecting reproductive incompatibility in flour beetles, genus Tribolium
L Stevens
Journal of invertebrate pathology 53 (1), 78-84, 1989
571989
Microsatellites reveal a high population structure in Triatoma infestans from Chuquisaca, Bolivia
JC Pizarro, LM Gilligan, L Stevens
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2 (3), 2008
482008
Selection by parasites on components of fitness in Tribolium beetles: the effect of intraspecific competition
G Yan, L Stevens
The American Naturalist 146 (5), 795-813, 1995
471995
Behavioral Changes in Tribolium Beetles Infected with a Tepeworm: Variation in Effects Between Beetle Species and Among Genetic Strains
G Yan, L Stevens, Jos. J. Schall
The American Naturalist 143 (5), 830-847, 1994
461994
Multispecies interactions affect cytoplasmic incompatibility in Tribolium flour beetles
L Stevens, DT Wicklow
The American Naturalist 140 (4), 642-653, 1992
451992
Genetic diversity of Triatoma infestans (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) in Chuquisaca, Bolivia based on the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene
R Giordano, JCP Cortez, S Paulk, L Stevens
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 100 (7), 753-760, 2005
442005
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