Farrah Bashey
Farrah Bashey
Department of Biology, Indiana University
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r‐ AND K‐SELECTION REVISITED: THE ROLE OF POPULATION REGULATION IN LIFE‐HISTORY EVOLUTION
D Reznick, MJ Bryant, F Bashey
Ecology 83 (6), 1509-1520, 2002
5462002
CROSS‐GENERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS AND THE EVOLUTION OF OFFSPRING SIZE IN THE TRINIDADIAN GUPPY POECILIA RETICULATA
F Bashey
Evolution 60 (2), 348-361, 2006
1432006
Competition as a selective mechanism for larger offspring size in guppies
F Bashey
Oikos 117 (1), 104-113, 2008
1122008
A comparison of the suitability of alizarin red S and calcein for inducing a nonlethally detectable mark in juvenile guppies
F Bashey
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133 (6), 1516-1523, 2004
792004
The suitability of calcein to mark poeciliid fish and a new method of detection
J Leips, CT Baril, FH Rodd, DN Reznick, F Bashey, GJ Visser, J Travis
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130 (3), 501-507, 2001
652001
Within-host competitive interactions as a mechanism for the maintenance of parasite diversity
F Bashey
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
642015
Elevational variation in the thermal constraints on and microhabitat preferences of the greater earless lizard Cophosaurus texanus
F Bashey, AE Dunham
Copeia, 725-737, 1997
451997
Bacteriocin‐mediated interactions within and between coexisting species
H Hawlena, F Bashey, CM Lively
Ecology and evolution 2 (10), 2521-2526, 2012
432012
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
392010
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
362010
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
342012
Low migration decreases interference competition among parasites and increases virulence
F Vigneux, F Bashey, M Sicard, CM Lively
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (5), 1245-1251, 2008
292008
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
252013
Virulence and competitive ability in an obligately killing parasite
F Bashey, C Reynolds, T Sarin, SK Young
Oikos 120 (10), 1539-1545, 2011
212011
Co-infection, kin selection, and the rate of host exploitation by a parasitic nematode
F Bashey, LT Morran, CM Lively
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (6), 947-958, 2007
152007
Causes and consequences of offspring size variation in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
F Bashey
University of California, Riverside, 2002
142002
Nematode–bacteria mutualism: selection within the mutualism supersedes selection outside of the mutualism
LT Morran, MKJ Penley, VS Byrd, AJ Meyer, TS O'Sullivan, F Bashey, ...
Evolution 70 (3), 687-695, 2016
122016
Natal-Host Environmental Effects on Juvenile Size, Transmission Success, and Operational Sex Ratio in the Entomopathogenic Nematode Steinernema carpocapsae
MO Therese, F Bashey
The Journal of parasitology 98 (6), 1095-1100, 2012
122012
GROUP SELECTION ON POPULATION SIZE AFFECTS LIFE‐HISTORY PATTERNS IN THE ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODE STEINERNEMA CARPOCAPSAE
F Bashey, CM Lively
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (5), 1301-1311, 2009
122009
Symbiont‐mediated competition: Xenorhabdus bovienii confer an advantage to their nematode host Steinernema affine by killing competitor Steinernema feltiae
KE Murfin, DR Ginete, F Bashey, H Goodrich‐Blair
Environmental microbiology 21 (9), 3229-3243, 2019
72019
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