BioRxiv/in review

Nelson T, Jones MR, Velotta JP, Dhawanjewar A, Schweizer RM. Unveiling connections between genotype, phenotype, and fitness in wild populations. Meeting Review. In review. Molecular Ecology

Mattoo OB, Julik CR, Montooth KL. 2018. Genetic variation for ontogenetic shifts in metabolism underlies physiological homeostasis in Drosophila. BioRxiv doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/456269.


Storz JF, Cheviron ZA, McClelland GB, Scott GR. Evolution of physiological performance capacities and environmental adaptation: insights from high-altitude deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). In review. In press. Journal of Mammalogy.

Wilde LR, Wolf CJ, Porter SM, Stager M, Cheviron ZA, Senner NR. Botfly infections impair aerobic performance and survival in deer mice. In press. Functional Ecology.

Nelson TC, Monnahan PJ, Anderson K, MacArthur-Waltz E, McIntosh M, Finseth FR, Kelly JK, Fishman L. 2019. Extreme copy number variation at a tRNA ligase gene affecting phenology and fitness in yellow monkeyflowers. Molecular Ecology in press.

Storz, J. F. 2019. ‘Hemoglobin: Insights into Protein Structure, Function, and Evolution’ Oxford University Press (ISBN-9780198810681).


Velotta JP, Cheviron ZA. Remodeling ancestral phenotypic plasticity during the early stages of local adaptation: A new framework for understanding the mechanisms of genetic compensation. 2018. Integrative and Comparative Biology 58:1098-1110.

Velotta JP, Ivy CM, Wolf CJ, Scott GR, Cheviron ZA. 2018. Maladaptive phenotypic plasticity in cardiac muscle growth is suppressed in high-altitude deer mice. Evolution 72:2712-2727.

Zimova M, Hacklander K, Good JM, Melo-Ferreira J, Alves P, Mills LS. 2018. Function and underlying mechanisms of seasonal colour moulting in mammals and birds: what keeps them changing in a warming world? Biologcial Reviews 93: 1478-1498

Jones MRMills LS, Alves PC, Callahan CM, Alves JM, Lafferty DJR, Jiggins FM, Jensen JD, Melo-Ferreira J, Good JM. 2018. Adaptive introgression underlies polymorphic seasonal camouflage in snowshoe hares. Science 360: 1355-1358

Mills LS, Bragina EV, Kumar AV, Zimova M, Lafferty DJR, Feltner J, Davis BM, Hacklander K, Alves P, Good JM, Melo-Ferreira J, Dietz A, Abramov AV, Lopatina N, Fay K. 2018. Winter color polymorphisms identify global hot spots for evolutionary rescue from climate change. Science 359: 1033-1036. [pdf]

Zhu, X., Y. Guan, A. V. Signore, C. Natarajan, S. G. DuBay, Y. Cheng, N. Han, G. Song, Y. Qu, H. Moriyama, F. G. Hoffmann, A. Fago, F. Lei, and J. F. Storz. 2018. Divergent and parallel routes of biochemical adaptation in high-altitude passerine birds from the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 115: 1865-1870. [pdf]

Natarajan, C., A. Jendroszek, A. Kumar, R. E. Weber, J. H. Tame, A. Fago, and J. F. Storz. 2018. Molecular basis of hemoglobin adaptation in the high-flying bar-headed goose. PLoS Genetics 14: e1007331. [pdf]

Jendroszek, A. H. Malte, C. B. Overgaard, R. E. Weber, K. Beedholm, C. Natarajan, J. F. Storz, and A. Fago. 2018. Allosteric mechanisms underlying the adaptive increase in hemoglobin-oxygen affinity of the bar-headed goose. Journal of Experimental Biology 221: jeb185470 doi: 10.1242/jeb.185470. [pdf]

Storz, J. F. 2018. Compensatory mutations and epistasis for protein function. Current Opinion in Structural Biology 50: 18-25

Hoffmann, F. G., M. W. Vandewege, J. F. Storz, and J. C. Opazo. 2018. Gene turnover and diversification of the α- and β-globin gene families in sauropsid vertebrates. Genome Biology and Evolution 10: 344-358.


Tate KB, Ivy CM, Velotta JP, Storz JF, McClelland GB, Cheviron ZA, Scott GR. 2017. Circulatory mechanisms underlying adaptive increases in thermogenic capacity in high-altitude deer mice. Journal of Experimental Biology 220:3616-3620