Daniela L. Bell, M.A.

Biology Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, United States 
evolutionary biology
"Daniela Bell"
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Laura F. Galloway grad student 2004 UVA (Evolution Tree)
 (The maintenance of genetic variation for patterns of phenotypic plasticity in Geranium carolinianum: The roles of cost and adaptation.)
Lynda Delph post-doc Indiana University
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Manavalan JS, Arpadi S, Tharmarajah S, et al. (2016) Abnormal Bone Acquisition with Early-Life HIV Infection: Role of Immune Activation and Senescent Osteogenic Precursors. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research : the Official Journal of the American Society For Bone and Mineral Research
Bell DL. (2016) Response to Holm-Hadulla. The International Journal of Psycho-Analysis. 97: 185
McClain Z, Bell DL. (2015) Adolescent Male Genitourinary Emergencies. Adolescent Medicine: State of the Art Reviews. 26: 484-90
Delph LF, Andicoechea J, Steven JC, et al. (2011) Environment-dependent intralocus sexual conflict in a dioecious plant. The New Phytologist. 192: 542-52
Bell DL, Galloway LF. (2008) Population differentiation for plasticity to light in an annual herb: Adaptation and cost. American Journal of Botany. 95: 59-65
Delph LF, Bell DL. (2008) A test of the differential-plasticity hypothesis for variation in the degree of sexual dimorphism in Silene latifolia Evolutionary Ecology Research. 10: 61-75
Bell DL, Galloway LF. (2007) Plasticity to neighbour shade: Fitness consequences and allometry Functional Ecology. 21: 1146-1153
Bell DL, Sultan SE. (1999) Dynamic phenotypic plasticity for root growth in Polygonum: a comparative study. American Journal of Botany. 86: 807-19
Sultan SE, Wilczek AM, Bell DL, et al. (1998) Physiological response to complex environments in annual Polygonum species of contrasting ecological breadth Oecologia. 115: 564-578
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