H. Frederik Nijhout
H. Frederik Nijhout
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Insect hormones
HF Nijhout
Princeton University Press, 1998
12971998
The development and evolution of butterfly wing patterns
HF Nijhout
Smithson. Inst. 293, 1991
8931991
Development and evolution of adaptive polyphenisms
HF Nijhout
Evolution & development 5 (1), 9-18, 2003
5892003
The role of developmental plasticity in evolutionary innovation
AP Moczek, S Sultan, S Foster, C Ledón-Rettig, I Dworkin, HF Nijhout, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1719), 2705-2713, 2011
5202011
The development and evolution of exaggerated morphologies in insects
DJ Emlen, HF Nijhout
Annual review of entomology 45 (1), 661-708, 2000
4832000
Problems and paradigms: Metaphors and the role of genes in development
HF Nijhout
BioEssays 12 (9), 441-446, 1990
4461990
Control of Moulting and Metamorphosis in the Tobacco Hornworm, Manduca Sexta (L.): Cessation of Juvenile Hormone Secretion as a Trigger for Pupation
HF NIJHOUT, CM WILLIAMS
Journal of Experimental Biology 61 (2), 493-501, 1974
4381974
Control of Moulting and Metamorphosis in the Tobacco Hornworm, Manduca Sexta (L.): Growth of the Last-Instar Larva and the Decision to Pupate
HF NIJHOUT, CM WILLIAMS
Journal of Experimental Biology 61 (2), 481-491, 1974
4211974
Juvenile hormone and the physiological basis of insect polymorphisms
HF Nijhout, DE Wheeler
The Quarterly Review of Biology 57 (2), 109-133, 1982
4131982
Competition among body parts in the development and evolution of insect morphology
HF Nijhout, DJ Emlen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (7), 3685-3689, 1998
4101998
Evolution of a polyphenism by genetic accommodation
Y Suzuki, HF Nijhout
Science 311 (5761), 650-652, 2006
3922006
The control of body size in insects
HF Nijhout
Developmental biology 261 (1), 1-9, 2003
3852003
Control mechanisms of polyphenic development in insects: in polyphenic development, environmental factors alter some aspects of development in an orderly and predictable way
HF Nijhout
Bioscience 49 (3), 181-192, 1999
3511999
A THRESHOLD SIZE FOR METAMORPHOSIS IN THE TOBACCO HORNWORM, MANDUCA SEXTA (L.)
HF Nijhout
The Biological Bulletin 149 (1), 214-225, 1975
3501975
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
3302011
Size and shape: the developmental regulation of static allometry in insects
AW Shingleton, WA Frankino, T Flatt, HF Nijhout, DJ Emlen
BioEssays 29 (6), 536-548, 2007
3292007
Critical weight in the development of insect body size
G Davidowitz, LJ D'Amico, HF Nijhout
Evolution & development 5 (2), 188-197, 2003
3042003
The biological significance of substrate inhibition: a mechanism with diverse functions
MC Reed, A Lieb, HF Nijhout
Bioessays 32 (5), 422-429, 2010
2972010
Two insulin receptors determine alternative wing morphs in planthoppers
HJ Xu, J Xue, B Lu, XC Zhang, JC Zhuo, SF He, XF Ma, YQ Jiang, ...
Nature 519 (7544), 464-467, 2015
2772015
Metamorphosis: postembryonic reprogramming of gene expression in amphibian and insect cells
LI Gilbert, JR Tata, BG Atkinson
Academic Press, 1996
2351996
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