Michael D Greenfield, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
1981-1991 Biology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
 1991- Ecology & Evolutionary Biology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
 2006-2018 Institut de recherche sur la biologie de l'insecte (IRBI) Université de Tours ; CNRS UMR 7261 
Area:
Evolution and Evolutionary Biology, Animal Behavior, Animal Communication, Evolutionary Genetics, Sexual Selection
Website:
https://eeb.ku.edu/greenfield-michael
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Guang-yu Wang grad student 1984-1990 UCLA
Ethel M. Villalobos grad student 1993-1990 UCLA
Marc A. Branham grad student 1992-1995 University of Florida
Yikweon Jang grad student 1991-1997 University of Kansas
Amy M. McMillan grad student 1992-1998 University of Kansas
Feng-you Jia grad student 1995-1999 University of Kansas
Rafael L. Rodriguez grad student 1998-2002 University of Kansas
LaRoy S. Brandt grad student 1998-2003 University of Kansas
Hangkyo Lim grad student 1999-2006 University of Kansas
Jeffrey Cole grad student 2003-2009 University of Kansas (FlyTree)
Marie Lafaille grad student 2008-2009 Université François Rabelais de Tours (France)
Ginger L. Miller grad student 2002-2010 University of Kansas (FlyTree)
Denis Limousin grad student 2007-2011 Université François Rabelais de Tours (France)
Sylvain Alem grad student 2008-2012 Université François Rabelais de Tours (France)
Odette Brunel grad student 2008-2012 Université François Rabelais de Tours (France)
Mathieu Mahamoud-Issa grad student 2015-2015 CNRS UMR 7261
Andrew Reid grad student 2013-2016 University of Strathclyde
Thibaut Marin-Cudraz grad student 2014-2016 CNRS UMR 7261
post-doc
Todd E. Shelly post-doc 1983-1985 UCLA
Robert Minckley post-doc 1992-1994 University of Kansas
Klaus Reinhold post-doc 1995-1997 University of Kansas
W. Andrew Snedden post-doc 1995-2001 University of Kansas
Anne M. Danielson-Francois post-doc 2002-2004 University of Kansas (FlyTree)
Yihong Zhou post-doc 2006-2008 University of Kansas
Severine Ligout post-doc 2009-2010 CNRS UMR 7261
Virginie Party post-doc 2012-2016 CNRS UMR 7261
Flavia Barbosa post-doc 2013-2016 CNRS UMR 7261 (Neurotree)
Darren Rebar post-doc 2014-2016 CNRS UMR 7261
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Koseva BS, Hackett JL, Zhou Y, et al. (2019) Quantitative Genetic Mapping and Genome Assembly in the Lesser Wax Moth Achroia grisella. G3 (Bethesda, Md.). 9: 2349-2361
Koseva BS, Hackett JL, Zhou Y, et al. (2019) Quantitative Genetic Mapping and Genome Assembly in the Lesser Wax Moth . G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
Esquer-Garrigos Y, Streiff R, Party V, et al. (2019) Pleistocene origins of chorusing diversity in Mediterranean bush-cricket populations (Ephippiger diurnus) Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 126: 598-613
Rebar D, Barbosa F, Greenfield MD. (2019) Female reproductive plasticity to the social environment and its impact on male reproductive success Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 73
Barbosa F, Rebar D, Greenfield MD. (2017) When do trade-offs occur? The roles of energy constraints and trait flexibility in bushcricket populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 31: 287-301
Greenfield MD, Marin-Cudraz T, Party V. (2017) Evolution of synchronies in insect choruses Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 122: 487-504
Rebar D, Greenfield MD. (2017) When do acoustic cues matter? Perceived competition and reproductive plasticity over lifespan in a bushcricket Animal Behaviour. 128: 41-49
Mahamoud-Issa M, Marin-Cudraz T, Party V, et al. (2017) Phylogeographic structure without pre-mating barriers: Do habitat fragmentation and low mobility preserve song and chorus diversity in a European bushcricket? Evolutionary Ecology. 31: 865-884
Reid A, Marin-Cudraz T, Windmill JF, et al. (2016) Evolution of directional hearing in moths via conversion of bat detection devices to asymmetric pressure gradient receivers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Greenfield MD, Esquer-Garrigos Y, Streiff R, et al. (2016) Animal choruses emerge from receiver psychology. Scientific Reports. 6: 34369
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