Julie Alipaz

My current research focus is on the evolution of fertilization genes. I work with sea urchin populations that are reproductively isolated to gain insight into processes of population divergence and speciation.

PUBLICATIONS:

Hughes, K.A.; Alipaz, J. A.; Drnevich, J. M.; Reynolds, R.M. 2002. A test of evolutionary theories of aging. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 99 (22): 14286 – 14291. View PDF

Alipaz, J. A., Wu, C-I., and Karr, T.L. 2001. Gametic incompatibilities between races of Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. R. Soc. London, Series B. 268: 789 – 795. View PDF

Chippindale, A.K., Alipaz, J.A., Chen, H-W., Rose, M.R. 1997. Experimental evolution of accelerated development in Drosophila. Developmental speed and larval survival. Evolution 51(5): 1536 - 1551. View PDF

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