Christine W. Miller, Ph.D.

2007 Organismal Biology & Ecology University of Montana, Missoula, MT 
Sexual Selection, Animal Weapons, evolution of developmental mechanisms, plasticity
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Douglas J. Emlen grad student 2007 Univ. Montana
 (Maternal effects and sexual selection in the heliconia bug, Leptoscelis tricolor (Hemiptera: Coreidae).)
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Emberts Z, St Mary CM, Howard CC, et al. (2020) The evolution of autotomy in leaf-footed bugs. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Wilner D, Greenway Ginny EV, Cirino LA, et al. (2020) Long-term reproductive success is predicted by sexual behavior and impaired by temporary nutritional stress during sexual maturation. Behavioural Processes. 104122
Greenway EVG, Cirino LA, Wilner D, et al. (2019) Extreme variation in testes size in an insect is linked to recent mating activity. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Miller CW, Joseph PN, Kilner RM, et al. (2019) A weapons-testes trade-off in males is amplified in female traits. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20190906
Somjee U, Woods HA, Duell M, et al. (2018) The hidden cost of sexually selected traits: the metabolic expense of maintaining a sexually selected weapon. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Emberts Z, Miller CW, Kiehl D, et al. (2017) Cut your losses: self-amputation of injured limbs increases survival. Behavioral Ecology : Official Journal of the International Society For Behavioral Ecology. 28: 1047-1054
Cirino LA, Emberts Z, Joseph PN, et al. (2017) Broadening the voice of science: Promoting scientific communication in the undergraduate classroom. Ecology and Evolution. 7: 10124-10130
Joseph PN, Emberts Z, Sasson DA, et al. (2017) Males that drop a sexually selected weapon grow larger testes. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Allen PE, Miller CW. (2017) Novel host plant leads to the loss of sexual dimorphism in a sexually selected male weapon. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Nolen ZJ, Allen PE, Miller CW. (2017) Seasonal resource value and male size influence male aggressive interactions in the leaf footed cactus bug, Narnia femorata. Behavioural Processes
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