Noah K. Whiteman                    PDFs available free from:
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Associate Professor, Department of Integrative Biology, UC-Berkeley
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TitleCited byYear
Evolution of jasmonate and salicylate signal crosstalk
JS Thaler, PT Humphrey, NK Whiteman
Trends in plant science 17 (5), 260-270, 2012
Conservation Biology for All
NS Sodhi, PR Ehrlich
Oxford University Press, 2010
Disease ecology in the Galápagos Hawk (Buteo galapagoensis): host genetic diversity, parasite load and natural antibodies
NK Whiteman, KD Matson, JL Bollmer, PG Parker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1588), 797-804, 2005
Using parasites to infer host population history: a new rationale for parasite conservation
NK Whiteman, PG Parker
Animal Conservation forum 8 (2), 175-181, 2005
Microsporidia are natural intracellular parasites of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans
ER Troemel, MA Félix, NK Whiteman, A Barrière, FM Ausubel
PLoS biology 6 (12), e309, 2008
Co‐phylogeography and comparative population genetics of the threatened Galápagos hawk and three ectoparasite species: ecology shapes population histories within parasite …
NK Whiteman, RT Kimball, PG Parker
Molecular Ecology 16 (22), 4759-4773, 2007
Effects of host sociality on ectoparasite population biology
NK Whiteman, PG Parker
The Journal of Parasitology, 939-947, 2004
Characterization of canarypox-like viruses infecting endemic birds in the Galápagos Islands
T Thiel, NK Whiteman, A Tirapé, MI Baquero, V Cedeño, T Walsh, ...
Journal of Wildlife Diseases 41 (2), 342-353, 2005
Phylogeography of the Galápagos hawk (Buteo galapagoensis): a recent arrival to the Galápagos Islands
JL Bollmer, RT Kimball, NK Whiteman, JH Sarasola, PG Parker
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 39 (1), 237-247, 2006
Conservation medicine on the Galápagos Islands: partnerships among behavioral, population, and veterinary scientists
PG Parker, NK Whiteman, RE Miller
The Auk 123 (3), 625-638, 2006
Herbivory increases diversification across insect clades
JJ Wiens, RT Lapoint, NK Whiteman
Nature communications 6, 8370, 2015
110 years of Avipoxvirus in the Galapagos Islands
PG Parker, EL Buckles, H Farrington, K Petren, NK Whiteman, RE Ricklefs, ...
Plos one 6 (1), e15989, 2011
Evolution of herbivory in Drosophilidae linked to loss of behaviors, antennal responses, odorant receptors, and ancestral diet
B Goldman-Huertas, RF Mitchell, RT Lapoint, CP Faucher, JG Hildebrand, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (10), 3026-3031, 2015
Establishment of the avian disease vector Culex quinquefasciatus Say, 1823 (Diptera: Culicidae) on the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
NK Whiteman, SJ Goodman, BJ Sinclair, TIM Walsh, AA Cunningham, ...
Ibis 147 (4), 844-847, 2005
Differences in straggling rates between two genera of dove lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera) reinforce population genetic and cophylogenetic patterns
NK Whiteman, D Santiago-Alarcon, KP Johnson, PG Parker
International Journal for Parasitology 34 (10), 1113-1119, 2004
Population Genetics of the Galápagos Hawk (Buteo Galapagoensis): Genetic Monomorphism Within Isolated Populations
JL Bollmer, NK Whiteman, MD Cannon, JC Bednarz, T Vries, PG Parker
The Auk 122 (4), 1210-1224, 2005
Body condition and parasite load predict territory ownership in the Galapagos hawk
NK Whiteman, PG Parker
The Condor 106 (4), 915-921, 2004
Cryptic host specificity of an avian skin mite (Epidermoptidae) vectored by louseflies (Hippoboscidae) associated with two endemic Galapagos bird species
NK Whiteman, P Sánchez, J Merkel, H Klompen, PG Parker
Journal of Parasitology 92 (6), 1218-1229, 2006
Mining the plant–herbivore interface with a leafmining Drosophila of Arabidopsis
NK Whiteman, SC Groen, D Chevasco, A Bear, N Beckwith, TR Gregory, ...
Molecular ecology 20 (5), 995-1014, 2011
Diversity and abundance of phyllosphere bacteria are linked to insect herbivory
PT Humphrey, TT Nguyen, MM Villalobos, NK Whiteman
Molecular Ecology 23 (6), 1497-1515, 2014
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