Ellen D. Ketterson

Affiliations: 
Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, animal behavior
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Donald R. Whitehead grad student 1966-1968 Indiana University (Evolution Tree)
Val Nolan grad student 1970-1974 Indiana University (Evolution Tree)
James R. King post-doc 1974-1975 WSU (Evolution Tree)
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Whittaker DJ, Slowinski SP, Greenberg JM, et al. (2019) Experimental evidence that symbiotic bacteria produce chemical cues in a songbird. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Liebgold EB, Gerlach NM, Ketterson ED. (2019) Density-dependent fitness, not dispersal movements, drives temporal variation in spatial genetic structure in dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis). Molecular Ecology
Graham JL, Bauer CM, Heidinger BJ, et al. (2019) Early-breeding females experience greater telomere loss. Molecular Ecology. 28: 114-126
Kimmitt AA, Dietz SL, Reichard DG, et al. (2018) Male courtship preference during seasonal sympatry may maintain population divergence. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 11833-11841
Bauer CM, Fudickar AM, Anderson-Buckingham S, et al. (2018) Seasonally sympatric but allochronic: differential expression of hypothalamic genes in a songbird during gonadal development. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Needham KB, Burns CB, Graham JL, et al. (2018) Changes in processes downstream of the hypothalamus are associated with seasonal follicle development in a songbird, the dark-eyed junco (Junco hyemalis). General and Comparative Endocrinology
Abolins-Abols M, Kornobis E, Ribeca P, et al. (2018) Differential gene regulation underlies variation in melanic plumage coloration in the dark-eyed junco (Junco hyemalis). Molecular Ecology
Slowinski SP, Fudickar AM, Hughes AM, et al. (2018) Sedentary songbirds maintain higher prevalence of haemosporidian parasite infections than migratory conspecifics during seasonal sympatry. Plos One. 13: e0201563
Abolins-Abols M, Hanauer RE, Rosvall KA, et al. (2018) The effect of chronic and acute stressors, and their interaction, on testes function: an experimental test during testicular recrudescence. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Bauer CM, Graham JL, Abolins-Abols M, et al. (2018) Chronological and Biological Age Predict Seasonal Reproductive Timing: An Investigation of Clutch Initiation and Telomeres in Birds of Known Age. The American Naturalist. 191: 777-782
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