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Laramy Enders


  • Assistant Professor of Entomology
WSLR Room 130

Selected Publications

Enders, L., Hefley, T., Girvin, J., Whitworth, R., & Smith, C. (2018). Spatio-temporal distribution and environmental drivers of Barley yellow dwarf virus and vector abundance in Kansas. Phytopathology, 108(10), 1196-1205.

Loehlin, D. W., Enders, L., & Werren, J. H. (2010). Evolution of sex-specific wing shape at the widerwing locus in four species of Nasonia. Heredity, 104(3), 260.

Enders, L., & Nunney, L. (2010). Sex-specific effects of inbreeding in wild-caught Drosophila melanogaster under benign and stressful conditions. Journal of evolutionary biology, 23(11), 2309--2323.

Desjardins, C. A., Perfectti, F., Bartos, J. D., Enders, L., & Werren, J. H. (2010). The genetic basis of interspecies host preference differences in the model parasitoid Nasonia. Heredity, 104(3), 270.

Enders, L. (2010). Environmental Stress and The Expression of Inbreeding Depression in Drosophila melanogaster. UC Riverside.

Loehlin, D., Enders, L., & Werren, J. (2009). Evolution of sex-specific wing shape at the widerwing locus in four species of Nasonia. Heredity. In press. DOI: HDY.

Enders, L., & Nunney, L. (2016). Reduction in the cumulative effect of stress-induced inbreeding depression due to intragenerational purging in Drosophila melanogaster. Heredity, 116(3), 304.

Enders, L., & Miller, N. J. (2016). Stress-induced changes in abundance differ among obligate and facultative endosymbionts of the soybean aphid. Ecology and evolution, 6(3), 818--829.

Enders, L., Bickel, R. D., Brisson, J. A., Heng-Moss, T. M., Siegfried, B. D., Zera, A. J., & Miller, N. J. (2015). Abiotic and biotic stressors causing equivalent mortality induce highly variable transcriptional responses in the soybean aphid. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 5(2), 261--270.

Enders, L., Bickel, R., Brisson, J., Heng-Moss, T., Siegfried, B., Zera, A., & Miller, N. (2014). Soybean aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) response to soybean plant defense: stress levels, tradeoffs, and cross-virulence. Environmental entomology, 43(1), 47--57.

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