Hadas Hawlena
Hadas Hawlena
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Sex-biased parasitism, seasonality and sexual size dimorphism in desert rodents
BR Krasnov, S Morand, H Hawlena, IS Khokhlova, GI Shenbrot
Oecologia 146 (2), 209-217, 2005
The arthropod, but not the vertebrate host or its environment, dictates bacterial community composition of fleas and ticks
H Hawlena, E Rynkiewicz, E Toh, A Alfred, LA Durden, MW Hastriter, ...
The ISME journal 7 (1), 221-223, 2013
Age-biased parasitism and density-dependent distribution of fleas (Siphonaptera) on a desert rodent
H Hawlena, Z Abramsky, BR Krasnov
Oecologia 146 (2), 200-208, 2005
Ectoparasites and age-dependent survival in a desert rodent
H Hawlena, Z Abramsky, BR Krasnov
Oecologia 148 (1), 30-39, 2006
Benefits, costs and constraints of anti‐parasitic grooming in adult and juvenile rodents
H Hawlena, D Bashary, Z Abramsky, BR Krasnov
Ethology 113 (4), 394-402, 2007
Sex-biased parasitism is not universal: evidence from rodent–flea associations from three biomes
C Kiffner, M Stanko, S Morand, IS Khokhlova, GI Shenbrot, A Laudisoit, ...
Oecologia 173 (3), 1009-1022, 2013
Sexual size dimorphism, testes size and mating system in two populations of Ctenomys talarum (Rodentia: Octodontidae)
RR Zenuto
Journal of Natural History 33 (2), 305-314, 1999
Age, intensity of infestation by flea parasites and body mass loss in a rodent host
H Hawlena, IS Khokhlova, Z Abramsky, BR Krasnov
Parasitology 133 (2), 187, 2006
Ambush site selection of a desert snake (Echis coloratus) at an oasis
H Tsairi, A Bouskila
Herpetologica 60 (1), 13-23, 2004
Bacteriocin‐mediated interactions within and between coexisting species
H Hawlena, F Bashey, CM Lively
Ecology and evolution 2 (10), 2521-2526, 2012
Functional recurrent mutations in the human mitochondrial phylogeny: dual roles in evolution and disease
L Levin, I Zhidkov, Y Gurman, H Hawlena, D Mishmar
Genome biology and evolution 5 (5), 876-890, 2013
The evolution of spite: Population structure and bacteriocin‐mediated antagonism in two natural populations of Xenorhabdus bacteria
H Hawlena, F Bashey, CM Lively
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (11), 3198-3204, 2010
Aggregation and species coexistence in fleas parasitic on small mammals
BR Krasnov, M Stanko, IS Khokhlova, L Mošanský, GI Shenbrot, ...
Ecography 29 (2), 159-168, 2006
Spiteful Interactions in a Natural Population of the Bacterium Xenorhabdus bovienii
H Hawlena, F Bashey, H Mendes-Soares, CM Lively
The American Naturalist 175 (3), 374-381, 2010
Spiteful interactions between sympatric natural isolates of Xenorhabdus bovienii benefit kin and reduce virulence
F Bashey, SK Young, H Hawlena, CM Lively
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (3), 431-437, 2012
The effect of ecological and temporal factors on the composition of Bartonella infection in rodents and their fleas
R Gutiérrez, D Morick, C Cohen, H Hawlena, S Harrus
The ISME journal 8 (8), 1598-1608, 2014
Flea infestation and energy requirements of rodent hosts: are there general rules?
H Hawlena, BR Krasnov, Z Abramsky, IS Khokhlova, D Saltz, M Kam, ...
Functional Ecology 20 (6), 1028-1036, 2006
Temporal variation in parasite infestation of a host individual: does a parasite-free host remain uninfested permanently?
BR Krasnov, GI Shenbrot, IS Khokhlova, H Hawlena, AA Degen
Parasitology research 99 (5), 541-545, 2006
Associations between innate immune function and ectoparasites in wild rodent hosts
EC Rynkiewicz, H Hawlena, LA Durden, MW Hastriter, GE Demas, K Clay
Parasitology research 112 (4), 1763-1770, 2013
Alternative paths to success in a parasite community: Within‐host competition can favor higher virulence or direct interference
F Bashey, H Hawlena, CM Lively
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 67 (3), 900-907, 2013
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