Robert A. Krebs
Robert A. Krebs
Professor of Biology, Cleveland State University
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Deleterious consequences of Hsp70 overexpression in Drosphilla melanogaster larvae
RA Krebs, ME Feder
Cell stress & chaperones 2 (1), 60, 1997
3531997
Costs and benefits of activation of the heat-shock response in Drosophila melanogaster
RA Krebs, V Loeschcke
Functional Ecology, 730-737, 1994
2821994
Effect of engineering Hsp70 copy number on Hsp70 expression and tolerance of ecologically relevant heat shock in larvae and pupae of Drosophila melanogaster.
ME Feder, NV Cartaņo, L Milos, RA Krebs, SL Lindquist
The Journal of experimental biology 199 (8), 1837-1844, 1996
2601996
NATURAL VARIATION IN THE EXPRESSION OF THE HEAT‐SHOCK PROTEIN HSP70 IN A POPULATION OF DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER AND ITS …
RA Krebs, ME Feder
Evolution 51 (1), 173-179, 1997
2021997
Hsp70 and larval thermotolerance in Drosophila melanogaster: how much is enough and when is more too much?
RA Krebs, ME Feder
Journal of insect physiology 44 (11), 1091-1101, 1998
2011998
Tissue-specific variation in Hsp70 expression and thermal damage in Drosophila melanogaster larvae.
RA Krebs, ME Feder
The Journal of experimental biology 200 (14), 2007-2015, 1997
1781997
Effects of exposure to short‐term heat stress on fitness components in Drosophila melanogaster
RA Krebs, V Loeschcke
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 7 (1), 39-49, 1994
1761994
Natural and Genetic Engineering of the Heat-Shock Protein Hsp70 in Drosophila melanogaster: Consequences for Thermotolerance
ME Feder, RA Krebs
American Zoologist 38 (3), 503-517, 1998
1081998
Resistance to thermal stress in preadult Drosophila buzzatii: variation among populations and changes in relative resistance across life stages
RA Krebs, V Loeschcke
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 56 (4), 517-531, 1995
1001995
A comparison of Hsp70 expression and thermotolerance in adults and larvae of three Drosophila species
RA Krebs
Cell stress & chaperones 4 (4), 243, 1999
981999
Genetic variation for resistance and acclimation to high temperature stress in Drosophila buzzatii
V Loeschcke, RA Krebs, JSF Barker
Biological Journal of the linnean Society 52 (1), 83-92, 1994
901994
Ecological and evolutionary physiology of heat shock proteins and the stress response in Drosophila: Complementary insights from genetic engineering and …
ME Feder, RA Krebs
Environmental stress, adaptation and evolution, 155-173, 1997
851997
SELECTION FOR HEAT‐SHOCK RESISTANCE IN LARVAL AND IN ADULT DROSOPHILA BUZZATII: COMPARING DIRECT AND INDIRECT RESPONSES
V Loeschcke, RA Krebs
Evolution 50 (6), 2354-2359, 1996
801996
HERITABILITY OF EXPRESSION OF THE 70KD HEAT‐SHOCK PROTEIN IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER AND ITS RELEVANCE TO THE EVOLUTION OF …
RA Krebs, ME Feder, J Lee
Evolution 52 (3), 841-847, 1998
761998
Genetic variation and plasticity of thorax length and wing length in Drosophila aldrichi and D. buzzatii
JSF Barker, RA Krebs
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 8 (6), 689-709, 1995
741995
High-temperature stress and the evolution of thermal resistance in Drosophila
V Loeschcke, RA Krebs, J Dahlgaard, P Michalak
Environmental stress, adaptation and evolution, 175-190, 1997
661997
Ejaculate-derived nutritional contribution and female reproductive success in Drosophila mojavensis (Patterson and Crow)
TA Markow, PD Gallagher, RA Krebs
Functional Ecology, 67-73, 1990
621990
Evolution of thermotolerance and variation in the heat shock protein, Hsp70
RA Krebs, BR Bettencourt
American Zoologist 39 (6), 910-919, 1999
611999
Acclimation and Selection for Increased Resistance to Thermal Stress in Drosophila buzzatii
RA Krebs, V Loeschcke
Genetics 142 (2), 471-479, 1996
581996
Experimental manipulation of the cost of thermal acclimation in Drosophila melanogaster
RA Krebs, ME Feder
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 63 (4), 593-601, 1998
571998
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