Edmund D. Brodie, Ph.D.

Biology Utah State University, Logan, UT, United States 
Evolutionary Ecology
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De Lisle SP, Bolnick DI, Brodie ED, et al. (2022) Interacting phenotypes and the coevolutionary process: Interspecific indirect genetic effects alter coevolutionary dynamics. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Brodie ED, Cook PA, Costello RA, et al. (2021) Phenotypic Assortment Changes the Landscape of Selection. The Journal of Heredity
Mauricio B, Mailho-Fontana PL, Sato LA, et al. (2021) Morphology of the Cutaneous Poison and Mucous Glands in Amphibians with Particular Emphasis on Caecilians (). Toxins. 13
Brodie ED, Gregory B, Lisch D, et al. (2021) The epigenome and beyond: How does non-genetic inheritance change our view of evolution? Integrative and Comparative Biology
Vilella-Pacheco Z, Mitchem LD, Formica VA, et al. (2021) Male competition reverses female preference for male chemical cues. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 4532-4541
Hudson SB, Virgin EE, Brodie ED, et al. (2021) Recovery from discrete wound severities in side-blotched lizards (Uta stansburiana): implications for energy budget, locomotor performance, and oxidative stress. Journal of Comparative Physiology. B, Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology
Formica V, Donald H, Marti H, et al. (2020) Social network position experiences more variable selection than weaponry in wild subpopulations of forked fungus beetles. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Hague MTJ, Stokes AN, Feldman CR, et al. (2020) The geographic mosaic of arms race coevolution is closely matched to prey population structure. Evolution Letters. 4: 317-332
Mailho-Fontana PL, Antoniazzi MM, Alexandre C, et al. (2020) Morphological Evidence for an Oral Venom System in Caecilian Amphibians. Iscience. 101234
Reimche JS, Brodie ED, Stokes AN, et al. (2020) The geographic mosaic in parallel: matching patterns of newt tetrodotoxin levels and snake resistance in multiple predator-prey pairs. The Journal of Animal Ecology
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