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Erika Crispo
Erika Crispo
Associate Professor, Pace University
Verified email at pace.edu
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The Baldwin effect and genetic assimilation: revisiting two mechanisms of evolutionary change mediated by phenotypic plasticity
E Crispo
Evolution 61 (11), 2469-2479, 2007
5712007
Modifying effects of phenotypic plasticity on interactions among natural selection, adaptation and gene flow
E Crispo
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (6), 1460-1469, 2008
4112008
The relative influence of natural selection and geography on gene flow in guppies
E Crispo, P Bentzen, DN Reznick, MT Kinnison, AP Hendry
Molecular ecology 15 (1), 49-62, 2006
3512006
Broken barriers: Human‐induced changes to gene flow and introgression in animals: An examination of the ways in which humans increase genetic exchange …
E Crispo, JS Moore, JA Lee‐Yaw, SM Gray, BC Haller
BioEssays 33 (7), 508-518, 2011
2762011
Geographic variation in phenotypic plasticity in response to dissolved oxygen in an African cichlid fish
E Crispo, LJ Chapman
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (10), 2091-2103, 2010
1592010
The evolution of phenotypic plasticity in response to anthropogenic disturbance
E Crispo, JD DiBattista, C Correa, X Thibert-Plante, AE McKellar, ...
Evolutionary Ecology Ltd., 2010
1422010
Causes of maladaptation
SP Brady, DI Bolnick, AL Angert, A Gonzalez, RDH Barrett, E Crispo, ...
Evolutionary Applications 12 (7), 1229-1242, 2019
1162019
Does time since colonization influence isolation by distance? A meta-analysis
E Crispo, AP Hendry
Conservation Genetics 6, 665-682, 2005
972005
Population genetic structure across dissolved oxygen regimes in an African cichlid fish
E Crispo, LJ Chapman
Molecular Ecology 17 (9), 2134-2148, 2008
852008
Understanding maladaptation by uniting ecological and evolutionary perspectives
SP Brady, DI Bolnick, RDH Barrett, L Chapman, E Crispo, AM Derry, ...
The American Naturalist 194 (4), 495-515, 2019
722019
Conservation through the lens of (mal) adaptation: Concepts and meta‐analysis
AM Derry, DJ Fraser, SP Brady, L Astorg, ER Lawrence, GK Martin, ...
Evolutionary Applications 12 (7), 1287-1304, 2019
512019
Hypoxia drives plastic divergence in cichlid body shape
E Crispo, LJ Chapman
Evolutionary Ecology 25, 949-964, 2011
502011
Temporal variation in population genetic structure of a riverine African cichlid fish
E Crispo, LJ Chapman
Journal of Heredity 101 (1), 97-106, 2010
392010
Characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite markers in guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
IG Paterson, E Crispo, MT Kinnison, AP Hendry, P Bentzen
Molecular Ecology Notes 5 (2), 269-271, 2005
382005
Evolutionary inferences from the analysis of exchangeability
AP Hendry, R Kaeuffer, E Crispo, CL Peichel, DI Bolnick
Evolution 67 (12), 3429-3441, 2013
312013
Participation in a year-long CURE embedded into major core genetics and cellular and molecular biology laboratory courses results in gains in foundational biological concepts …
MA Peteroy-Kelly, MR Marcello, E Crispo, Z Buraei, D Strahs, M Isaacson, ...
Journal of microbiology & biology education 18 (1), 10.1128/jmbe. v18i1. 1226, 2017
252017
Harnessing the NEON data revolution to advance open environmental science with a diverse and data‐capable community
RC Nagy, JK Balch, EK Bissell, ME Cattau, NF Glenn, BS Halpern, ...
Ecosphere 12 (12), e03833, 2021
222021
Phenotypic plasticity is maintained despite geographical isolation in an African cichlid fish, Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor
KE Wiens, E Crispo, LJ Chapman
Integrative Zoology 9 (1), 85-96, 2014
192014
Data science in undergraduate life science education: A need for instructor skills training
NC Emery, E Crispo, SR Supp, KJ Farrell, AJ Kerkhoff, EK Bledsoe, ...
BioScience 71 (12), 1274-1287, 2021
172021
Isolation and characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite markers in a mouth‐brooding haplochromine cichlid fish (Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae) from Uganda
E Crispo, C Hagen, T Glenn, G Geneau, LJ Chapman
Molecular Ecology Notes 7 (6), 1293-1295, 2007
172007
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