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Conner, J. and D. Crews. 1980. Sperm transfer and storage in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis. J. Morph. 163: 331-348.

Conner, J. and T. Eisner. 1983. Capture of bombardier beetles by ant lion larvae. Psyche 90: 175-178.

Conner, J., S. Camazine, D. Aneshansley, and T. Eisner. 1985. Mammalian breath: trigger of defensive chemical response in a tenebrionid beetle (Bolitotherus cornutus) . Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 16: 115-118. PDF

Conner, J. 1988. Field measurements of natural and sexual selection in the fungus beetle, Bolitotherus cornutus. Evolution 42: 736-749. PDF

Conner, J. 1989. Older males have higher insemination success in a beetle. Anim. Behav. 38: 503-509.

Conner, J. 1989. Density-dependent sexual selection in the fungus beetle, Bolitotherus cornutus. Evolution 43: 1378-1386. PDF

Eisner, T., J. Conner, J. E. Carrel, J. P. McCormick, A. J. Slagle, C. Gans, and J. C. O'Reilly. 1990. Systemic retention of ingested cantharidin by frogs. Chemoecology 1: 57-62.

Conner, J. and S. Via. 1992. Natural selection on body size in Tribolium: possible genetic constraints on adaptive evolution. Heredity 69: 73-83.

Conner, J. and S. Via. 1993. Patterns of phenotypic and genetic correlations among morphological and life history traits in wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum. Evolution 47: 704-711. PDF file. PDF

Eisner, T., I. T. Baldwin, and J. Conner. 1993. Circumvention of prey defense by a predator: Ant lion vs ant. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 90: 6716-6720. PDF

Conner, J. 1993. Tests for major genes affecting morphological and life history traits in wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum. Genetica 90:41-45.

Via, S., and J. Conner. 1995. Genetic variability within and across multiple environments: response of Tribolium castaneum to five flours. Heredity 74:80-89.

Conner, J. K. 1995. Extreme variability in sperm precedence in the fungus beetle, Bolitotherus cornutus. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 7:277-280.

Conner, J. K. and R. Neumeier. 1995. Effects of black mustard population size on the taxonomic composition of pollinators. Oecologia 104: 218-224. PDF

Conner, J. K., R. Davis, and S. Rush. 1995. The effect of wild radish floral morphology on pollination efficiency by four taxa of pollinators. Oecologia 104: 234-245. PDF

Conner, J. K. and A. Sterling. 1995. Testing hypotheses of functional relationships: a comparative survey of correlation patterns among floral traits in five insect-pollinated plants. American Journal of Botany 82: 1399-1406. PDF

Rush, S., J. K. Conner, and P. Jennetten. 1995. The effects of natural variation in pollinator visitation on rates of pollen removal in wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 82: 1522-1526. PDF

Conner, J. K. and S. Rush. 1996. Effects of flower size and number on pollinator visitation to wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum. Oecologia 105:509-516. PDF

Strauss, S. Y., J.K. Conner, and S. L. Rush. 1996. Foliar herbivory affects floral characters and plant attractiveness to pollinators: implications for male and female plant fitness. American Naturalist 147: 1098-1107. PDF

Conner, J. K., S. Rush, and P. Jennetten. 1996. Measurements of natural selection on floral traits in wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum). I. Selection through lifetime female fitness. Evolution 50:1127-1136. PDF

Conner, J. K., S. Rush, S. Kercher, and P. Jennetten. 1996. Measurements of natural selection on floral traits in wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum). II. Selection through lifetime male and total fitness. Evolution 50:1137-1146. PDF

Conner, J. K. and A. Sterling. 1996. Selection for independence of floral and vegetative traits: evidence from correlation patterns in five species. Canadian Journal of Botany 74:642-644. PDF

Feldheim, K. and J. K. Conner. 1996. The effects of increased UV-B radiation on morphology, pollination success, and lifetime female fitness in two Brassica species. Oecologia 106:284-297.

Kercher, S. and J. K. Conner. 1996. Patterns of genetic variability within and among populations of wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 83: 1416-1421. PDF

Conner, J. K. 1996. Understanding natural selection: an approach integrating selection gradients, multiplicative fitness components, and path analysis. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 8:387-397. PDF

Conner, J. K., D. Tjhio, S. H. Berlocher, and S. L. Rush. 1997. Inheritance and linkage relationships of nine allozyme loci in wild radish. Journal of Heredity 88:60-62.

Collins, S. A., J. K. Conner, and G. E. Robinson. 1997. Foraging behavior of honey bees on Brassica nigra and Brassica rapa grown under simulated ambient and enhanced UV-B radiation. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 90:102-106.

Pfennig, K. S. and J. K. Conner. 1997. Pollen limitation in an experimental population of the wild radish Raphanus raphanistrum. Canadian Journal of Botany 75:72-73.

Conner, J. K. and S. Rush. 1997. Measurements of selection on floral traits in black mustard, Brassica nigra. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 10: 327-335. PDF

Conner, J. K. and L. A. Zangori. 1997. A garden study of the effects of ultraviolet-B radiation on pollination success and lifetime female fitness in Brassica. Oecologia 111: 388-395. PDF

Conner, J. K. 1997. Floral evolution in wild radish: the roles of pollinators, natural selection, and genetic correlations among traits. International Journal of Plant Sciences 158: S108-S120. PDF

Conner, J. K. and L. A. Zangori. 1998. Combined effects of water, nutrient, and UV-B stress on female fitness in Brassica (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany 85:925-931. PDF

Karoly, K. and J. K. Conner. 2000. Heritable variation in a family-diagnostic trait. Evolution 54:1433-1438. PDF

Morgan, M.T., and J.K. Conner. 2001. Using genetic markers to directly estimate male selection gradients. Evolution 55:272-281. PDF

Conner, J.K. 2001. How strong is natural selection? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16:215-217. PDF with permission from Elsevier Science.

Williams, J.L. and J.K. Conner. 2001. Sources of phenotypic variation in floral traits in wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum (Brrassicaceae). American Journal of Botany. 88: 1577-1581. PDF (Cover photo, Sept. 2002)

Strauss, S. Y., J. K. Conner, and K. P. Lehtila. 2001.  Effects of foliar herbivory by insects on the fitness of Raphanus raphanistrum: damage can increase male fitness. American Naturalist 158: 496-504. PDF

Conner, J. K. and R. Neumeier. 2002.  The effects of ultraviolet-B radiation and intraspecific competition on growth, pollination success, and lifetime female fitness in Phacelia campanularia and P. purshii (Hydrophyllaceae). American Journal of Botany 89: 103-110. PDF

Agrawal, A. A, J. K. Conner, M. T. Johnson, and R. Wallsgrove. 2002.  Ecological genetics of induced plant defense against herbivores in wild radish.  Evolution 56: 2206-2213. PDF

Conner, J. K. 2002.  Genetic mechanisms of floral trait correlations in a natural population.  Nature 420: 407-410. PDF

Conner, J, K. 2003.  Artificial selection: a powerful tool for ecologists. Ecology 84: 1650-1660. PDF

Conner, J. K., A. M. Rice, C. Stewart, and M. T. Morgan. 2003. Patterns and mechanisms of selection on a family-diagnostic trait: evidence from experimental manipulation and lifetime fitness selection gradients. Evolution 57: 480-486. PDF

Conner, J. K., R. Franks, and C. Stewart. 2003. Expression of additive genetic variances and covariances for wild radish floral traits: Comparison between field and greenhouse environments.  Evolution 57: 487-495. PDF

Conner, J.K. 2004. A Primer of Ecological Genetics. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.

Agrawal, A.A., J.K. Conner, and J.R. Stinchcombe. 2004. Evolution of plant resistance and tolerance to frost damage. Ecology Letters 7: 1199-1208. PDF

Conner, J.K. and A.A. Agrawal. 2005. Mechanisms of constraints: The contributions of selection and genetic variance to the maintenance of cotyledon number in wild radish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 238-242. PDF

Strauss, S.Y., H. Sahli, and J.K. Conner. 2005. Toward a more trait-centered approach to diffuse (co)evolution: New criteria for its detection. New Phytologist 165: 81-90. PDF (invited, peer reviewed, for special edition)

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