Representative Publications

(Publications about science ethics can be found on the Ethics Page.)

A complete list of publications can be found on Google Scholar. I bet you can find it without a link. Seriously. There just aren't that many Jeffry L. Dudychas out there.

Greenwold, M. J., B.R. Cunningham, E. M. Lachenmyer, J.M. Pullman*, T. L. Richardson, and J. L. Dudycha. 2019. Diversification of light capture ability was accompanied by the evolution of phycobiliproteins in cryptophyte algae. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286: 20190655

Beston, S. M., J. L. Dudycha, D. M. Post, and M. R. Walsh. 2019. The evolution of eye size in response to increased fish predation in Daphnia. Evolution 73: 792-802.

Cunningham, B. R., M. J. Greenwold, E. M. Lachenmyer, Davis, A.*, Heidenreich, K., J. L. Dudycha, and T. L. Richardson. in press. Light capture and pigment diversity in marine and freshwater cryptophytes. J. Phycology 55: 552-564

Agrelius, T., J. Morris, and J. L. Dudycha. 2018. Global DNA cytosine methylation variation in Spartina alterniflora at North Inlet, SC. PLoS ONE 13(9): e0203230.

Hathaway, C. R. and J. L. Dudycha. 2018. Quantitative measurement of the optomotor response in the model crustacean Daphnia. J. Plankton Research 40: 222-229.

Brandon, C. S., M. J. Greenwold, and J. L. Dudycha. 2017. Ancient and recent duplications support functional diversity of Daphnia opsins. J. Molecular Evolution 84: 12-28.

Schumpert, C. A., C. Anderson*, J. L. Dudycha, and R. C. Patel. 2016. Involvement of Daphnia pulicaria Sir2 in regulating stress response and lifespan. Aging 8: 402-417.

Keith, N., A. E. Tucker, C. E. Jackson, W. Sung, J. I. Lucas Lledo, D. R. Schrider, S. Schaack, J. L. Dudycha, J. Shaw, and M. Lynch. 2016. High mutational rates of large-scale duplication and deletion in Daphnia pulex. Genome Research26: 60-69.

Brandon, C. S., T. James*, and J. L. Dudycha. 2016. Selection on incremental variation of eye size in a wild population of Daphnia. J. Evolutionary Biology 28: 2112-2118.

Schumpert, C. A., J. L. Dudycha, and R. C. Patel. 2015. Development of an efficient RNA interference method via feeding in the microcrustacean Daphnia. BMC Biotechnology 15: 91.

Schumpert, C. A., J. Nelson*, E. Kim, J. L. Dudycha, and R. C. Patel. 2015. Telomerase activity and telomere length in Daphnia. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0127196.

Latta, L.C., M. Peacock, D. J. Civitello, J. L. Dudycha, J. Meik, and S. Schaack. 2015. The phenotypic effects of spontaneous mutations in different environments. The American Naturalist 185:243-252.

Brandon, C. S. & J. L. Dudycha. 2014. Ecological constraints on sensory systems: Compound eye size in Daphnia is reduced by resource limitation. J. Comparative Physiology A 200: 749-758.

Schumpert, C. A., I. Handy, J. L. Dudycha, & R. C. Patel. 2014. Relationship between heat shock protein 70 expression and life span in Daphnia. Mechanisms of Ageing & Development 139: 1-10.

Kim, E., C. M. Ansell, P. Ni., & J. L. Dudycha. 2014. Resveratrol effects on lifespan and reproduction in the model crusteacean Daphnia. Journal of Experimental Zoology A 321: 48-56.

Dudycha, J. L., M. Snoke-Smith, & R. Alía. 2013. Correlated responses to clonal selection in populations of Daphnia pulicaria: mechanisms of genetic correlation and the creative power of sex. Ecology & Evolution 3: 204-216.

Dudycha, J. L. & C. Hassel.* 2013. Aging in sexual and obligately asexual clones of Daphnia from temporary ponds. Journal of Plankton Research, 35: 253-259. (Chosen as a “Featured Article.”)

Dudycha, J. L., K. C. Deitz, and C. S. Brandon. 2012. Population genomics of resource exploitation and insights from gene expression profiles of two Daphnia ecotypes fed alternate resources. Ecology & Evolution 2: 329–340. Recommended by the Faculty of 1000.

Heier, C. R.* and J. L. Dudycha. 2009. Ecological speciation in cyclic parthenogens:  Sexual capability of experimental hybrids between Daphnia pulex and Daphnia pulicariaLimnology and Oceanography 54: 492-502.

Roach, D.A., C. Ridley and J. L. Dudycha. 2009. Longitudinal analysis of Plantago: Age by environment interactions reveal aging. Ecology 90: 1427-1433.

McTaggart, S. J., J. L. Dudycha, A. Omilian & T. J. Crease. 2007. Rates of recombination in the ribosomal DNA of apomictically propagated Daphnia obtusa lines. Genetics 175: 311-320.

Omilian, A., M. E. A. Cristescu, J. L. Dudycha, & M. Lynch. 2006. Ameiotic recombination in asexual lineages of Daphnia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103: 18638-18643.

Robinson, C.D., S. Lourido, S. P. Whelan, J. L. Dudycha, M. Lynch and S. Isern. 2006. Viral transgenesis of the freshwater microcrustacean Daphnia. Journal of Experimental Zoology 305A: 62-67.

Dudycha, J. L. and M. Lynch. 2005. Conserved ontogeny and allometric scaling of resource acquisition and allocation in the Daphniidae. Evolution 59: 565-576.

Dudycha, J. L. 2004. Mortality dynamics of Daphnia in contrasting habitats and their role in ecological divergence. Freshwater Biology 49: 505-514.

Dudycha, J. L. 2003. A multi-environment comparison of senescence between sister species of Daphnia. Oecologia135: 555-563

Dudycha, J. L. 2001. The senescence of Daphnia from risky and safe habitats. Ecology Letters 4(2): 102-105.

Dudycha, J. L. and A. J. Tessier. 1999. Natural genetic variation of life span, reproduction and juvenile growth in Daphnia. Evolution 53: 1744-1756.