Kristin M. Sherrard, Ph.D.

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University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
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Michael LaBarbera grad student 2003 Chicago
 (A comparative study of early juvenile feeding performance in ascidians.)
Rick Fehon post-doc 2009-2015 Chicago (FlyTree)
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Sherrard KM, Fehon RG. (2015) The transmembrane protein Crumbs displays complex dynamics during follicular morphogenesis and is regulated competitively by Moesin and aPKC. Development (Cambridge, England). 142: 2226
Sherrard KM, Fehon RG. (2015) The transmembrane protein Crumbs displays complex dynamics during follicular morphogenesis and is regulated competitively by Moesin and aPKC. Development (Cambridge, England). 142: 1869-78
Hashimoto H, Robin FB, Sherrard KM, et al. (2015) Sequential contraction and exchange of apical junctions drives zippering and neural tube closure in a simple chordate. Developmental Cell. 32: 241-55
Swalla BJ, Sherrard K. (2011) Boltenia embryos flash an orange crescent. Molecular Reproduction and Development. 78: 703
Jacobs MW, Sherrard KM. (2010) Bigger is not always better: offspring size does not predict growth or survival for seven ascidian species. Ecology. 91: 3598-608
Sherrard K, Robin F, Lemaire P, et al. (2010) Sequential activation of apical and basolateral contractility drives ascidian endoderm invagination. Current Biology : Cb. 20: 1499-510
Sherrard KM, LaBarbera M. (2005) Form and function in juvenile ascidians. II. Ontogenetic scaling of volumetric flow rates Marine Ecology Progress Series. 287: 139-148
Sherrard KM, LaBarbera M. (2005) Form and function in juvenile ascidians. I. Implications of early juvenile morphologies for performance Marine Ecology Progress Series. 287: 127-138
Sherrard KM. (2000) Cuttlebone morphology limits habitat depth in eleven species of Sepia (Cephalopoda: Sepiidae). The Biological Bulletin. 198: 404-14
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