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(54) Ipek I*, PD Jeyasingh (2021). Growth and ionomic responses of a freshwater cyanobacterium to supplies of nitrogen and iron. Harmful Algae.
(53) Lind PR*, FS Osburn, AR Dzialowski, PD Jeyasingh (2021). Variation in iron and its potential relevance to phytoplankton ecology in Oklahoma reservoirs. Hydrobiologia 848: 2731-2744.
(52) Sherman RM*, R Hartnett, E Kiehnau, LJ Weider, PD Jeyasingh (2021). Quantitative genetics of phosphorus content in the freshwater herbivore, Daphnia pulicaria. Journal of Animal Ecology 90: 909-916.
(51) Prater C, PM Bumpers, LM Demi, AD Rosemond, PD Jeyasingh (2020). Differential responses of macroinvertebrate ionomes across experimental N:P gradients in detritus-based headwater streams. Oecologia 193: 981–993.
(50) Jeyasingh PD, *JM Goos, *PR Lind, *P Roy Chowdhury, *RM Sherman (2020). Phosphorus supply shifts the quotas of multiple elements in algae and Daphnia: ionomic basis of stoichiometric constraints. Ecology Letters 23: 1064-1072.
(49) Goos JM*, PD Jeyasingh (2020). Resource allocation. In Natural History of Crustacea: Reproductive Biology (Eds: RD Cothran & M Thiel) Volume VI: 1-28. Oxford University Press.
(48) Jeyasingh PD, K Pulkkinen (2019). Does differential iron supply to algae affect Daphnia life history? An ionome-wide study. Oecologia 191: 51-60.
(47) Rudman SM, *JM Goos, JB Burant, KV Brix, TC Gibbons, CJ Brauner, PD Jeyasingh (2019). Ionome and elemental transport kinetics shaped by parallel evolution in threespine stickleback. Ecology Letters 22: 645-653.
(46) Prater C, DE Scott, SL Lance, SO Nunziata, *RE Sherman, N Tomczyk, KA Capps, & PD Jeyasingh (2019). Understanding variation in salamander ionomes: A nutrient balance approach. Freshwater Biology 64: 294-305.
(45) Yousey AM, JH Shaw, *P Roy Chowdhury, ***N Biddinger, PD Jeyasingh, LJ Weider (2018). Resurrected “ancient” Daphnia genotypes show reduced thermal stress tolerance compared to modern descendants. Royal Society Open Science 5: 172193
(44) Lind PR*, PD Jeyasingh (2018). Interactive effects of dietary phosphorus and iron on Daphnia life history. Limnology & Oceanography 63: 1181-1190.
(43) Lack JB, LJ Weider, PD Jeyasingh (2018). Whole genome amplification and sequencing of a Daphnia resting egg. Molecular Ecology Resources 18: 118-127.
(42) Weider LJ, PD Jeyasingh, D Frisch (2018). Evolutionary aspects of resurrection ecology: progress, scope, and applications. Evolutionary Applications 11: 3-10.
(41) Sherman RM*, *P Roy Chowdhury, **KD Baker, LJ Weider, PD Jeyasingh (2017). Genotype-specific relationships among phosphorus use, growth, and abundance in Daphnia pulicaria. Royal Society Open Science 4(12): 170770.
(40) Simpson AM*, PD Jeyasingh, JB Belden (2017). Assessment of biochemical mechanisms of tolerance to chlorpyrifos in ancient and contemporary Daphnia pulicaria genotypes. Aquatic Toxicology 193: 122-127.
(39) Guignard MS, AR Leitch, C Acquisti, C Eizaguirre, JJ Elser, DO Hessen, PD Jeyasingh, M Neiman, AE Richardson, PS Soltis, DE Soltis, CJ Stevens, M Trimmer, LJ Weider, G Woodward, IJ Leitch (2017). Impacts of nitrogen and phosphorus: elements, genomes, natural ecosystems and agriculture. Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution 5: 70.
(38) Goos JM*, RD Cothran, PD Jeyasingh (2017). Within-population variation in the chemistry of life: the stoichiometry of sexual dimorphism in multiple dimensions. Evolutionary Ecology 31: 635-651.
(37) Jeyasingh PD, *J Goos, S Thompson, C Godwin, J Cotner (2017). Ecological stoichiometry beyond Redfield: An ionomic perspective on elemental homeostasis. Frontiers in Microbiology 8: 722.
(36) Simpson AM*, PD Jeyasingh, JB Belden (2017). Resurrection ecology and its utility in ecotoxicology. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 13: 790-792.
(35) Frisch D, PK Morton, BW Culver, MB Edlund, PD Jeyasingh, LJ Weider (2017). Palaeogenetic records of Daphnia pulicaria in two North American lakes reveal the impact of cultural eutrophication. Global Change Biology 23: 708-718.
(34) Neiman M, M Beaton, PD Jeyasingh, DO Hessen, LJ Weider (2017). Endopolyploidy as an ecological and evolutionary driver? Biological Reviews 92: 234-247.
(33) Wilder S, PD Jeyasingh (2016). Merging ecological stoichiometry and nutritional ecology for a comprehensive study of energy and nutrient flows. Journal of Animal Ecology 85: 1427-1430.
(32) Tobler M, *DM Alba, L Arias-Rodríguez, PD Jeyasingh (2016). Using replicated evolution in extremophile fish to understand diversification in elemental composition and nutrient excretion. Freshwater Biology 61: 158-171.
(31) *Goos JM, RD Cothran, PD Jeyasingh (2016). Sex-specific nutrient use and preferential allocation of resources to a sexually selected trait in Hyalella amphipods. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 649-657.
(30) *Roy Chowdhury P, PD Jeyasingh (2016). Differences in phosphorus use between ancient and extant Daphnia genotypes alters algal stoichiometry and abundance. Inland Waters 6: 165-172.
(29) Jeyasingh PD, P Roy Chowdhury, MW Wojewodzic, D Frisch, DO Hessen, LJ Weider (2015). Phosphorus use, and excretion varies with ploidy level in Daphnia. Journal of Plankton Research 37: 1210-1217.
(28) Snell-Rood E, RD Cothran, A Espeset, PD Jeyasingh, S Hobbie, NI Morehouse (2015). Life history evolution in the anthropocene: effects of increasing nutrients on traits and tradeoffs. Evolutionary Applications 8: 635-649.
(27) *Lind PR, PD Jeyasingh (2015). Genotypic differences in phosphorus use physiology in producers (Chlamydomonas reinhardtii)and consumers (Daphnia pulex)interact to alter primary and secondary production. Evolutionary Ecology 29: 551-563.
(26) Passow CN, R Greenway, L Arias-Rodriguez, PD Jeyasingh, M Tobler (2015). Reduction of energetic demands through modification of body size and routine metabolic rates in extremophile fish. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 88: 371-383.
(25) Morton PK, D Frisch, PD Jeyasingh, LJ Weider (2015). Out with the old, in with the new? Younger Daphnia clones are competitively superior over centuries-old ancestors. Hydrobiologia 749: 43-52.
(24) *Roy Chowdhury P, D Frisch, D Becker, J Lopez, L Weider, J Colbourne, PD Jeyasingh (2015). Differential transcriptomic responses of ancient and modern Daphnia genotypes to phosphorus supply. Molecular Ecology 24: 123-135.
(23) *Simpson AM, JB Belden, PD Jeyasingh (2015). Variation in toxicity of a current-use insecticide among resurrected Daphnia pulicaria genotypes. Ecotoxicology 24: 488-496.
(22) *Roy Chowdhury P, JA Lopez, LJ Weider, JK Colbourne, PD Jeyasingh (2014). Functional genomics of intraspecific variation in carbon and phosphorus kinetics in Daphnia. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A 321: 387-398.
(21) *Goos JM, RD Cothran, PD Jeyasingh (2014). Subtle variation in phosphorus availability influences mating biology in Hyalella (Amphipoda: Hyalellidae) amphipods. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111: 878-888.
(20) Frisch D, P Morton, *P Roy Chowdhury, B Culver, JK Colbourne, LJ Weider, PD Jeyasingh (2014). A millennial-scale chronicle of evolutionary responses to cultural eutrophication in Daphnia. Ecology Letters 17: 360-368.
(19) Jeyasingh PD, RD Cothran, M Tobler (2014). Testing the ecological consequences of evolutionary change using elements. Ecology & Evolution 4: 528-538.
(18) **Yorks RM, *P Roy Chowdhury, PD Jeyasingh (2014). Artificial thermal gradients alter the distribution of Daphnia mendotae genotypes. Journal of Plankton Research 36: 276-280.
(17) *Goos JM, **BJ French, RA Relyea, RD Cothran, PD Jeyasingh (2014). Sex-specific plasticity in somatic phosphorus content of Hyalella amphipods. Hydrobiologia 722: 93-102.
(16) *Morehouse RL, AR Dzialowski, PD Jeyasingh (2013). Impacts of excessive dietary phosphorus on zebra mussels. Hydrobiologia 707: 73-80.
(15) Cothran RD, AR Stiff, PD Jeyasingh, RA Relyea (2012). Eutrophication and predation risk interact to affect sexual trait expression and mating success. Evolution 66: 708-719.
(14) Jeyasingh PD, A Ragavendran, S Paland, JA Lopez, RW Sterner, JK Colbourne (2011). How do consumers deal with stoichiometric constraints? Lessons from functional genomics using Daphnia pulex. Molecular Ecology 20: 2341-2352. [Highlighted in F1000 – see below].
(13) Cothran RD, PD Jeyasingh (2010). Condition dependence of a sexual trait in a crustacean species complex: importance of the ecological context. Evolution 64: 2535-2546.
(12) Hessen DO, PD Jeyasingh, M Neiman, & LJ Weider (2010). Genome streamlining in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25: 320-321.
(11) Morehouse NI, T Nakazawa, CM Booher, PD Jeyasingh, MD Hall (2010). Sex in a material world: why the study of sexual reproduction and sex-specific traits should become more nutritionally-explicit. Oikos 119: 766-778.
(10) Hessen DO, PD Jeyasingh, M Neiman, LJ Weider (2010). Genome streamlining and the elemental costs of growth. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25: 75-80.
(9) Jeyasingh PD, LJ Weider, RW Sterner (2009). Genetically-based trade-offs in response to stoichiometric food quality influence competition in a keystone aquatic herbivore. Ecology Letters 12: 1229–1237.
(8) Weider LJ, PD Jeyasingh, KG Looper (2008). Stoichiometric differences in food quality: impacts on genetic diversity and the coexistence of aquatic herbivores in a Daphnia hybrid complex. Oecologia 158: 47-55.
(7) Jeyasingh PD, LJ Weider (2007). Fundamental links between genes and elements: the evolutionary implications of ecological stoichiometry. Molecular Ecology 16: 4649-4661.
(6) Jeyasingh PD (2007). Plasticity in metabolic allometry: the role of dietary stoichiometry. Ecology Letters 10: 282–289. [Highlighted in F1000 – see below].
(5) Jeyasingh PD, LJ Weider (2005). Phosphorus availability mediates plasticity in life-history traits and predator-prey interactions in Daphnia. Ecology Letters 8: 1021-1028.
(4) Fuller CA, PD Jeyasingh, LW Harris (2004). Lack of agonism in an insular Caribbean termite, Nasutitermes acajutlae. Journal of Insect Behavior 17: 523-532.
(3) Jeyasingh PD, CA Fuller (2004). Habitat-specific life-history variation in the Caribbean termite Nasutitermes acajutlae (Isoptera: Termitidae) Ecological Entomology 29: 606-613.
(2) Fuller CA, PD Jeyasingh (2004). Acanthocephalan (Oligacanthorhynchidae) parasitism of the Caribbean termite Nasutitermes acajutlae: implications for colony success. Insectes Sociaux 51: 215-220.
(1) Jeyasingh PD, P Davidar (2003). Crop depredation by wildlife along the Eastern boundary of the Kalakad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve, Southern India. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 100: 38-45.