Jennifer Knies, Ph.D.

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Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Brown University, Providence, RI 
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Knies J, Cai F, Weinreich DM. (2017) Enzyme efficiency but not thermostability drives cefotaxime resistance evolution in TEM-1 β-lactamase. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Pawar S, Dell AI, Savage VM, et al. (2016) Real versus Artificial Variation in the Thermal Sensitivity of Biological Traits. The American Naturalist. E000
Kingsolver JG, Heckman N, Zhang J, et al. (2015) Genetic variation, simplicity, and evolutionary constraints for function-valued traits. The American Naturalist. 185: E166-81
Weinreich DM, Knies JL. (2013) Fisher's geometric model of adaptation meets the functional synthesis: data on pairwise epistasis for fitness yields insights into the shape and size of phenotype space. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 67: 2957-72
Knies JL, Kingsolver JG. (2010) Erroneous Arrhenius: modified arrhenius model best explains the temperature dependence of ectotherm fitness. The American Naturalist. 176: 227-33
Knies JL, Kingsolver JG, Burch CL. (2009) Hotter is better and broader: thermal sensitivity of fitness in a population of bacteriophages. The American Naturalist. 173: 419-30
Plassen L, Knies J. (2009) Fluid flow structures and processes; indications from the North Norwegian continental margin Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift. 89: 57-64
Knies JL, Dang KK, Vision TJ, et al. (2008) Compensatory evolution in RNA secondary structures increases substitution rate variation among sites. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 25: 1778-87
Knies JL, Izem R, Supler KL, et al. (2006) The genetic basis of thermal reaction norm evolution in lab and natural phage populations. Plos Biology. 4: e201
Knies JL, Delesalle VA, Cavaliere AR. (2004) Seed mass and morphology in outcrossing and selfing species of Clarkia (Onagraceae): An sem study International Journal of Plant Sciences. 165: 85-96
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