Timothy A. Linksvayer, Ph.D.

Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Evolution, population genetics, sexual selection
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Michael J. Wade grad student 2005 Indiana University
 (Social evolution in ants: Direct and indirect genetic effects.)
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Warner MR, Kovaka K, Linksvayer TA. (2016) Late-instar ant worker larvae play a prominent role in colony-level caste regulation Insectes Sociaux. 1-9
Tarpy DR, Simone-Finstrom M, Linksvayer TA. (2016) Honey bee colonies regulate queen reproductive traits by controlling which queens survive to adulthood Insectes Sociaux. 63: 169-174
Kellner K, Ishak HD, Linksvayer TA, et al. (2015) Bacterial community composition and diversity in an ancestral ant fungus symbiosis. Fems Microbiology Ecology
Mikheyev AS, Linksvayer TA. (2015) Genes associated with ant social behavior show distinct transcriptional and evolutionary patterns. Elife. 4: e04775
Jasper WC, Linksvayer TA, Atallah J, et al. (2015) Large-scale coding sequence change underlies the evolution of postdevelopmental novelty in honey bees. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32: 334-46
Akçay E, Linksvayer TA, Van Cleve J. (2015) Bridging social evolution theory and emerging empirical approaches to social behavior Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 6: 59-64
Linksvayer TA. (2015) The molecular and evolutionary genetic implications of being truly social for the social insects Advances in Insect Physiology. 48: 271-292
Vojvodic S, Johnson BR, Harpur BA, et al. (2015) The transcriptomic and evolutionary signature of social interactions regulating honey bee caste development Ecology and Evolution
Pontieri L, Vojvodic S, Graham R, et al. (2014) Ant colonies prefer infected over uninfected nest sites. Plos One. 9: e111961
Linksvayer T. (2014) Evolutionary biology: Survival of the fittest group Nature. 514: 308-309
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