Santiago Ramirez, Ph.D.

Evolution and Ecology University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
 2008 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Santiago Ramirez"
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Naomi E. Pierce grad student 2008 Harvard
 (Diversification and specialization of orchid bees and their orchid hosts.)
Neil D. Tsutsui post-doc 2008-2013 UC Berkeley (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)


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Micah Freedman grad student 2014- UC Davis (Evolution Tree)
Nicholas Saleh grad student 2014- UC Davis (Evolution Tree)
Maria Fernanda Guizar Amador grad student 2016- UC Davis (Evolution Tree)
Jasen Liu grad student 2019- UC Davis (Evolution Tree)
Philipp Brand grad student 2013-2019 UC Davis (Evolution Tree)
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Henske J, Saleh NW, Chouvenc T, et al. (2023) Function of environment-derived male perfumes in orchid bees. Current Biology : Cb
Darragh K, Linden TA, Ramírez SR. (2023) Seasonal stability and species specificity of environmentally acquired chemical mating signals in orchid bees. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 36: 675-686
Hemstrom WB, Freedman MG, Zalucki MP, et al. (2022) Population genetics of a recent range expansion and subsequent loss of migration in monarch butterflies. Molecular Ecology
Saleh NW, Henske J, Ramírez SR. (2022) Experimental disruption of social structure reveals totipotency in the orchid bee, Euglossa dilemma. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Matsunaga T, Reisenman CE, Goldman-Huertas B, et al. (2021) Evolution of olfactory receptors tuned to mustard oils in herbivorous Drosophilidae. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Saleh NW, Hodgson K, Pokorny T, et al. (2021) Social Behavior, Ovary Size, and Population of Origin Influence Cuticular Hydrocarbons in the Orchid Bee . The American Naturalist. 198: E136-E151
Freedman MG, Dingle H, Strauss SY, et al. (2020) Two centuries of monarch butterfly collections reveal contrasting effects of range expansion and migration loss on wing traits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Brand P, Hinojosa-Díaz IA, Ayala R, et al. (2020) The evolution of sexual signaling is linked to odorant receptor tuning in perfume-collecting orchid bees. Nature Communications. 11: 244
Freedman MG, Jason C, Ramírez SR, et al. (2019) Host plant adaptation during contemporary range expansion in the monarch butterfly. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Luo Y, Zhang Y, Farine JP, et al. (2019) Evolution of sexually dimorphic pheromone profiles coincides with increased number of male-specific chemosensory organs in . Ecology and Evolution. 9: 13608-13618
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