Robert D. Reed
Robert D. Reed
Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology - Cornell University
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Butterfly genome reveals promiscuous exchange of mimicry adaptations among species
KK Dasmahapatra, JR Walters, AD Briscoe, JW Davey, A Whibley, ...
Nature 487 (7405), 94, 2012
Optix drives the repeated convergent evolution of butterfly wing pattern mimicry
RD Reed, R Papa, A Martin, HM Hines, BA Counterman, C Pardo-Diaz, ...
Science 333 (6046), 1137-1141, 2011
Diversification of complex butterfly wing patterns by repeated regulatory evolution of a Wnt ligand
A Martin, R Papa, NJ Nadeau, RI Hill, BA Counterman, G Halder, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (31), 12632-12637, 2012
Genomic architecture and introgression shape a butterfly radiation
NB Edelman, PB Frandsen, M Miyagi, B Clavijo, J Davey, RB Dikow, ...
Science 366 (6465), 594-599, 2019
doublesex is a mimicry supergene
K Kunte, W Zhang, A Tenger-Trolander, DH Palmer, A Martin, RD Reed, ...
Nature 507 (7491), 229-232, 2014
A partitioned likelihood analysis of swallowtail butterfly phylogeny (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae)
MS Caterino, RD Reed, MM Kuo, FAH Sperling
Systematic Biology 50 (1), 106-127, 2001
Butterfly wing pattern evolution is associated with changes in a Notch/Distal-less temporal pattern formation process
RD Reed, MS Serfas
Current Biology 14 (13), 1159-1166, 2004
Positive selection of a duplicated UV-sensitive visual pigment coincides with wing pigment evolution in Heliconius butterflies
AD Briscoe, SM Bybee, GD Bernard, F Yuan, MP Sison-Mangus, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (8), 3628-3633, 2010
Interaction of process partitions in phylogenetic analysis: an example from the swallowtail butterfly genus Papilio.
RD Reed, FA Sperling
Molecular Biology and Evolution 16 (2), 286-297, 1999
Genomic Hotspots for Adaptation: The Population Genetics of Müllerian Mimicry in Heliconius erato
BA Counterman, F Araujo-Perez, HM Hines, SW Baxter, CM Morrison, ...
PLoS genetics 6 (2), e1000796, 2010
Macroevolutionary shifts of WntA function potentiate butterfly wing-pattern diversity
A Mazo-Vargas, C Concha, L Livraghi, D Massardo, RWR Wallbank, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), 10701-10706, 2017
UV Photoreceptors and UV-Yellow Wing Pigments in Heliconius Butterflies Allow a Color Signal to Serve both Mimicry and Intraspecific Communication.
SM Bybee, F Yuan, MD Ramstetter, J Llorente-Bousquets, RD Reed, ...
American Naturalist 179 (1), 38, 2012
Genome editing in butterflies reveals that spalt promotes and Distal-less represses eyespot colour patterns
L Zhang, RD Reed
Nature Communications 7, 11769, 2016
Wing patterning gene redefines the mimetic history of Heliconius butterflies
HM Hines, BA Counterman, R Papa, PA De Moura, MZ Cardoso, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (49), 19666-19671, 2011
Single master regulatory gene coordinates the evolution and development of butterfly color and iridescence
L Zhang, A Mazo-Vargas, RD Reed
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), 10707-10712, 2017
Wnt signaling underlies evolution and development of the butterfly wing pattern symmetry systems
A Martin, RD Reed
Developmental biology 395 (2), 367-378, 2014
Warning signals are seductive: Relative contributions of color and pattern to predator avoidance and mate attraction in Heliconius butterflies
SD Finkbeiner, AD Briscoe, RD Reed
Evolution 68 (12), 3410-3420, 2014
Genetic basis of melanin pigmentation in butterfly wings
L Zhang, A Martin, MW Perry, KRL van der Burg, Y Matsuoka, A Monteiro, ...
Genetics, 2017
Evolutionary redeployment of a biosynthetic module: expression of eye pigment genes vermilion, cinnabar, and white in butterfly wing development
RD Reed, LM Nagy
Evolution & development 7 (4), 301-311, 2005
Multiple recent co-options of Optix associated with novel traits in adaptive butterfly wing radiations
A Martin, KJ McCulloch, NH Patel, AD Briscoe, LE Gilbert, RD Reed
Evodevo 5 (1), 1-14, 2014
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