Tami Cruickshank, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Evolution, population genetics, sexual selection
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Michael J. Wade grad student 2011 Indiana University
 (Evolutionary genetics of maternal effects and their influence on molecular and phenotypic evolution.)
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Cruickshank TE, Hahn MW. (2014) Reanalysis suggests that genomic islands of speciation are due to reduced diversity, not reduced gene flow. Molecular Ecology. 23: 3133-57
Cruickshank T, Wade MJ. (2012) Maternal adjustment of the sex ratio in broods of the broad-horned flour beetle, Gnathocerus cornutus. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 52: 100-7
Cruickshank T, Nista P. (2011) Selection and constraint on regulatory elements in Drosophila simulans. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 73: 94-100
Datta RR, Cruickshank T, Kumar JP. (2011) Differential selection within the Drosophila retinal determination network and evidence for functional divergence between paralog pairs. Evolution & Development. 13: 58-71
Pfennig DW, Wund MA, Snell-Rood EC, et al. (2010) Phenotypic plasticity's impacts on diversification and speciation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 25: 459-67
Snell-Rood EC, Van Dyken JD, Cruickshank T, et al. (2010) Toward a population genetic framework of developmental evolution: the costs, limits, and consequences of phenotypic plasticity. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. 32: 71-81
Cruickshank T, Wade MJ. (2008) Microevolutionary support for a developmental hourglass: gene expression patterns shape sequence variation and divergence in Drosophila. Evolution & Development. 10: 583-90
Moczek AP, Cruickshank TE, Shelby A. (2006) When ontogeny reveals what phylogeny hides: gain and loss of horns during development and evolution of horned beetles. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 60: 2329-41
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