Lori Stevens
Lori Stevens
Professor of Biology, University of Vermont
Verified email at uvm.edu
TitleCited byYear
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
2271992
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
2261997
Microorganism mediated reproductive isolation in flour beetles (genus Tribolium)
MJ Wade, L Stevens
Science 227 (4686), 527-528, 1985
1431985
Environmental dependency of inbreeding depression: implications for conservation biology
LA Pray, JM Schwartz, CJ Goodnight, L Stevens
Conservation Biology 8 (2), 562-568, 1994
1281994
Why should parasite resistance be costly?
MC Rigby, RF Hechinger, L Stevens
Trends in parasitology 18 (3), 116-120, 2002
1222002
Male-killing Wolbachia in a flour beetle
RF Fialho, L Stevens
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1152000
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
1132001
Multilevel selection in natural populations of Impatiens capensis
L Stevens, CJ Goodnight, S Kalisz
The American Naturalist 145 (4), 513-526, 1995
921995
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
791996
THE GENETICS AND EVOLUTION OF CANNIBALISM IN FLOUR BEETLES (GENUS TRIBOLIUM)
L Stevens
Evolution 43 (1), 169-179, 1989
661989
Consequences of inbreeding on invertebrate host susceptibility to parasitic infection
L Stevens, G Yan, LA Pray
Evolution 51 (6), 2032-2039, 1997
641997
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
641990
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), e3585, 2008
622008
Intermittent preventive treatment with sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine against malaria and anemia in pregnant women
NO Wilson, FK Ceesay, SA Obed, AA Adjei, RK Gyasi, P Rodney, ...
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 85 (1), 12-21, 2011
59*2011
“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
562010
Environmental factors affecting reproductive incompatibility in flour beetles, genus Tribolium
L Stevens
Journal of invertebrate pathology 53 (1), 78-84, 1989
561989
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
451995
Multispecies interactions affect cytoplasmic incompatibility in Tribolium flour beetles
L Stevens, DT Wicklow
The American Naturalist 140 (4), 642-653, 1992
441992
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
431994
The effect of population size on effective population size: an empirical study in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum
LA Pray, CJ Goodnight, L Stevens, JM Schwartz, G Yan
Genetics Research 68 (2), 151-155, 1996
421996
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