Mark Rausher
Mark Rausher
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TitleCited byYear
The measurement of selection on quantitative traits: biases due to environmental covariances between traits and fitness
MD Rausher
Evolution 46 (3), 616-626, 1992
5531992
Co-evolution and plant resistance to natural enemies
MD Rausher
Nature 411 (6839), 857-864, 2001
4552001
Experimental manipulation of putative selective agents provides evidence for the role of natural enemies in the evolution of plant defense
R Mauricio, MD Rausher
Evolution 51 (5), 1435-1444, 1997
4511997
Variation in the defense strategies of plants: are resistance and tolerance mutually exclusive?
R Mauricio, MD Rausher, DS Burdick
Ecology 78 (5), 1301-1311, 1997
3981997
Costs and benefits of plant resistance to herbivory
EL Simms, MD Rausher
The American Naturalist 130 (4), 570-581, 1987
3591987
Search image for leaf shape in a butterfly
MD Rausher
Science 200 (4345), 1071-1073, 1978
3551978
Escape from adaptive conflict after duplication in an anthocyanin pathway gene
DL Des Marais, MD Rausher
Nature 454 (7205), 762-765, 2008
3372008
Tradeoff between resistance and tolerance to herbivore damage in a morning glory
WL Fineblum, MD Rausher
Nature 377 (6549), 517-520, 1995
3341995
Evolutionary transitions in floral color
MD Rausher
International Journal of Plant Sciences 169 (1), 7-21, 2008
2932008
Larval habitat suitability and oviposition preference in three related butterflies
MD Rausher
Ecology 60 (3), 503-511, 1979
2891979
TRADEOFFS IN PERFORMANCE ON DIFFERENT HOSTS: EVIDENCE FROM WITHIN‐ AND BETWEEN‐SITE VARIATION IN THE BEETLE DELOYALA GUTTATA
MD Rausher
Evolution 38 (3), 582-595, 1984
2251984
THE EVOLUTION OF RESISTANCE TO HERBIVORY IN IPOMOEA PURPUREA. II. NATURAL SELECTION BY INSECTS AND COSTS OF RESISTANCE
EL Simms, MD Rausher
Evolution 43 (3), 573-585, 1989
2191989
Genetic Constraints and Selection Acting on Tolerance to Herbivory in the Common Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea
P Tiffin, MD Rausher
The American Naturalist 154 (6), 700-716, 1999
2181999
Host plant selection by Battus philenor butterflies: the roles of predation, nutrition, and plant chemistry
MD Rausher
Ecological monographs 51 (1), 1-20, 1981
2001981
Patterns of evolutionary rate variation among genes of the anthocyanin biosynthetic pathway.
MD Rausher, RE Miller, P Tiffin
Molecular biology and evolution 16 (2), 266-274, 1999
1951999
Testing for environmentally induced bias in phenotypic estimates of natural selection: theory and practice
JR Stinchcombe, MT Rutter, DS Burdick, P Tiffin, MD Rausher, R Mauricio
The American Naturalist 160 (4), 511-523, 2002
1912002
Individual variation in host location by phytophagous insects
DR Papaj, MD Rausher
Herbivorous Insects: Host seeking behavior and mechanisms, 77-127, 1983
1901983
Genetic changes associated with floral adaptation restrict future evolutionary potential
RA Zufall, MD Rausher
Nature 428 (6985), 847-850, 2004
1702004
Ecology of host-selection behavior in phytophagous insects
MD Rausher
Variable plants and herbivores in natural and managed systems, 223-257, 1983
1681983
Pollinator-mediated selection on flower color allele drives reinforcement
R Hopkins, MD Rausher
Science 335 (6072), 1090-1092, 2012
1672012
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