Martha R. Weiss
Martha R. Weiss
Professor of Biology, Georgetown University
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Active learning and student-centered pedagogy improve student attitudes and performance in introductory biology
P Armbruster, M Patel, E Johnson, M Weiss
CBE—Life Sciences Education 8 (3), 203-213, 2009
Floral colour changes as cues for pollinators
MR Weiss
Nature 354 (6350), 227-229, 1991
Floral color change: a widespread functional convergence
MR Weiss
American Journal of Botany 82 (2), 167-185, 1995
Innate colour preferences and flexible colour learning in the pipevine swallowtail
Animal Behaviour 53 (5), 1043-1052, 1997
Defecation behavior and ecology of insects
MR Weiss
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 51, 635-661, 2006
Retention of memory through metamorphosis: can a moth remember what it learned as a caterpillar?
DJ Blackiston, ES Casey, MR Weiss
PLoS One 3 (3), e1736, 2008
Induced food preferences in caterpillars: the need to identify mechanisms
EA Bernays, MR Weiss
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 78 (1), 1-8, 1996
Vision and learning in some neglected pollinators: beetles, flies, moths, and butterflies
MR Weiss
Cognitive ecology of pollination, 171-190, 2001
Colour learning in two behavioural contexts: how much can a butterfly keep in mind?
MR Weiss, DR Papaj
Animal Behaviour 65 (3), 425-434, 2003
Associative colour learning in a nymphalid butterfly
MR Weiss
Ecological Entomology 20 (3), 298-301, 1995
Floral color change and insect pollination: a dynamic relationship
MR Weiss, BB Lamont
Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 45 (2-3), 185-199, 1997
Color vision and learning in the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus (Nymphalidae)
D Blackiston, AD Briscoe, MR Weiss
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (3), 509-520, 2011
Do leaf shelters always protect caterpillars from invertebrate predators?
MT Jones, I Castellanos, MR Weiss
Ecological Entomology 27 (6), 753-757, 2002
Good housekeeping: why do shelter‐dwelling caterpillars fling their frass?
MR Weiss
Ecology Letters 6 (4), 361-370, 2003
Differential expression of three key anthocyanin biosynthetic genes in a color-changing flower, Viola cornuta cv. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
M Farzad, R Griesbach, J Hammond, MR Weiss, HG Elmendorf
Plant Science 165 (6), 1333-1342, 2003
Floral color change in Viola cornuta L.(Violaceae): a model system to study regulation of anthocyanin production
M Farzad, R Griesbach, MR Weiss
Plant Science 162 (2), 225-231, 2002
Observations on the use of visual and olfactory cues by Trigona spp foragers
JD Villa, MR Weiss
Apidologie 21 (6), 541-545, 1990
Predatory wasps learn to overcome the shelter defences of their larval prey
MR Weiss, EE Wilson, I Castellanos
Animal Behaviour 68 (1), 45-54, 2004
Analysis of the DRR230 family of pea defensins: gene expression pattern and evidence of broad host-range antifungal activity
FM Lai, C DeLong, K Mei, T Wignes, PR Fobert
Plant science 163 (4), 855-864, 2002
Ant mimicry lessens predation on a North American jumping spider by larger salticid spiders
CA Durkee, MR Weiss, DB Uma
Environmental Entomology 40 (5), 1223-1231, 2011
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