Related Readings – David L. Stern, PhD

Special Seminar Series: Evolution, Ecology and Ethology

Dissecting the Genetic Causes of Morphological Differences Between Fly Species

Welch Hall Level 2 Wednesday February 6 4 p.m.

Recommended Review Article:

Frankino, W.A.; Zwaan, B.J.; Stern, D.L. and Brakefield, P.M. (2005) Natural selection and developmental constraints in the evolution of allometries. Science 307 (5710):718-720

Related Articles:

Orgogozo, V.; Muro, N.M.; Stern, D.L. (2007) Variation in fiber number of a male-specific muscle between Drosophila species: a genetic and developmental analysis. Evolution & Development 9 (4):368-377

McGregor, A. P.; Orgogozo, V.; Delon, I.; Zanet, J.; Srinivasen, D. G.; Payre, F.; Stern, D. L. (2007) Morphological evolution through multiple cis-regulatory mutations on a single gene. Nature 448 (7153):587-590

Kheradpour, P.; Stark, A.; Roy, S.; and Kellis, M. (2007) Reliable prediction of regulator targets using 12 Drosophila genomes. Genome Research 17 (12):1919-1931

Orgogozo, V.; Broman, K. W.; Stern, D. L. (2006) High-resolution quantitative trait locus mapping reveals epistasis controlling ovariole number between two Drosophila species. Genetics 173 (1) :197-205

Orgogozo, V.; Grueber, W.B. (2005) FlyPNS, a database of the Drosophila embryonic and larval peripheral nervous system. BMC Developmental Biology 5 (article 4)