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Alison Ravenscraft
Alison Ravenscraft
Assistant Professor, University of Texas Arlington
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Structure and function of the bacterial and fungal gut microbiota of Neotropical butterflies
A Ravenscraft, M Berry, T Hammer, K Peay, C Boggs
Ecological Monographs 89 (2), e01346, 2019
602019
The direct and ecological costs of an ant-plant symbiosis
ME Frederickson, A Ravenscraft, GA Miller, LM Arcila Hernández, ...
The American Naturalist 179 (6), 768-778, 2012
572012
What happens when ants fail at plant defence? Cordia nodosa dynamically adjusts its investment in both direct and indirect resistance traits in response to …
ME Frederickson, A Ravenscraft, LM Arcila Hernández, G Booth, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (2), 400-409, 2013
232013
What goes up might come down: the spectacular spread of an endosymbiont is followed by its decline a decade later
AA Bockoven, EC Bondy, MJ Flores, SE Kelly, AM Ravenscraft, ...
Microbial ecology 79, 482-494, 2020
222020
Bacterial associates of a gregarious riparian beetle with explosive defensive chemistry
R McManus, A Ravenscraft, W Moore
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 2361, 2018
222018
No evidence that gut microbiota impose a net cost on their butterfly host
A Ravenscraft, N Kish, K Peay, C Boggs
Molecular ecology 28 (8), 2100-2117, 2019
162019
Nutrient acquisition across a dietary shift: fruit feeding butterflies crave amino acids, nectivores seek salt
A Ravenscraft, CL Boggs
Oecologia 181, 1-12, 2016
162016
Ant–plant mutualism: a dietary by‐product of a tropical ant's macronutrient requirements
LM Arcila Hernández, JG Sanders, GA Miller, A Ravenscraft, ...
Ecology 98 (12), 3141-3151, 2017
122017
Genetic Variation in Rhipicephalus sanguineus s.l. Ticks across Arizona
M Brophy, MA Riehle, N Mastrud, A Ravenscraft, JE Adamson, KR Walker
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (7), 4223, 2022
102022
Development of common leaf-footed bug pests depends on the presence and identity of their environmentally acquired symbionts
MS Hunter, EF Umanzor, SE Kelly, SM Whitaker, A Ravenscraft
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 88 (5), e01778-21, 2022
72022
Continent-scale sampling reveals fine-scale turnover in a beneficial bug symbiont
A Ravenscraft, MW Thairu, AK Hansen, MS Hunter
Frontiers in Microbiology 11, 1276, 2020
72020
Biogeography and Independent Diversification in the Protist Symbiont Community of Heterotermes tenuis
F De Martini, NL Coots, DE Jasso-Selles, J Shevat, A Ravenscraft, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 640625, 2021
52021
Prevalence of an Insect-Associated Genomic Region in Environmentally Acquired Burkholderiaceae Symbionts
PT Stillson, DA Baltrus, A Ravenscraft
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 88 (9), e02502-21, 2022
42022
Structure and function of the bacterial and fungal gut flora of Neotropical butterflies
A Ravenscraft, M Berry, T Hammer, K Peay, C Boggs
bioRxiv, 128884, 2017
32017
Invasive plants in wildlife refuges: coordinated research with undergraduate ecology courses
MF Hoopes, DM Marsh, KH Beard, N Goldberg, A Aparicio, A Arbuthnot, ...
BioScience 63 (8), 644-656, 2013
12013
Tropical and Temperate Lineages of Rhipicephalus sanguineus s.l. Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) Host Different Strains of Coxiella-like Endosymbionts
M Brophy, KR Walker, JE Adamson, A Ravenscraft
Journal of Medical Entomology 59 (6), 2022-2029, 2022
2022
Geography of an environmentally-acquired symbiosis: Is the bug-Burkholderia mutualism spatially structured?
A Ravenscraft, MS Hunter
Entomology 2019, 2019
2019
Developing the bug-Burkholderia symbiosis as a model for studying environmental symbiont acquisition
A Ravenscraft, MS Hunter
Entomology 2018, 2018
2018
Do environmentally-acquired Burkholderia symbionts serve as a reservoir of local adaptations for their insect hosts?
A Ravenscraft, MS Hunter
Entomology 2017, 2017
2017
Bacterial communities in cochineal insect species of Arizona
JR Vogt, A Ravenscraft, MS Hunter
Entomology 2017, 2017
2017
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