Publications

2017

Olds, B.P., P. J. Mulrooney, D.R. Scholes, B.R. Pittendrigh and K.N. Paige. 2017. Trees as mosaics of genetic variability: An assessment of the somatic mutation hypothesis.
Science Advances. For submission.

Allsup, C.M., R.A. Lankau, and K.N. Paige. 2017. The interactive effects of herbivory and water availability on abundance and composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities. For submission.

Ramula, S., K.N. Paige, T. Lennartsson, and J. Tuomi. 2017. Plant adaptation to herbivory: overcompensation inspiring tolerance studies for 30 years. Ecology. Special Feature. Invited. In press.

Mesa, J.M., D.R. Scholes, J. Juvik, and K.N. Paige. 2017. The molecular interdependence of plant resistance and tolerance. Ecology Special Feature 98:2528-2537. PDF  Invited.

 New York Times coverage of Mesa et al. 2017 Ecology – “Meet the    overcompensators,  plants that get tougher and meaner when attacked”. PDF

Scholes, D.R., E.N. Rasnick, and K.N. Paige. 2017. Characterization of Arabidopsis thaliana growth and regrowth patterns suggest a tradeoff between fitness and damage tolerance.  Oecologia 184:643–652.  PDF

Paige, K.N. 2017. Conservation genetics: founding principles, primary concerns. In, Foundations in Conservation Biology, J.D. Brawn, C. Meine, and S.K. Robinson, eds. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. In press. Invited. PDF

Scholes, D. R., J. Dalrymple, J. M. Mesa, J. A. Banta and K. N. Paige. 2017. An assessment of the molecular mechanisms contributing to tolerance to apical damage in natural populations of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Ecology. 218:265–276. PDF

2016

Allsup, C.M. and K.N. Paige. 2016. Belowground fungal associations and water interact to
influence the compensatory response of Ipomopsis aggregata. Oecologia 180:463-474. Published online October 26th, 2015. PDF

Scholes, D.R., A. E. Wszalek, and K. N. Paige. 2016. Regrowth patterns and rosette attributes contribute to the differential compensatory performances of Arabidopsis thaliana
genotypes to apical damage. Plant Biology 18:239-248. Published online October 5th, 2015. PDF.

2015

Siddappaji, M.H., D.R. Scholes, S. M. Krishnankutty, B. Calla, S.J. Clough, R.E. Zielinski and K.N. Paige. 2015. Role of invertase genes in compensatory responses to simulated herbivory. BMC Plant Biology. 15:278(1-12). Published online November 16th. PDF.

Scholes, D.R. and K.N. Paige. 2015. Transcriptomics of plant compensatory responses to
herbivory reveals no tradeoff between tolerance and defense. Plant Ecology 216:1177–1190. Published online July 15th. PDF

Scholes, D.R. and K.N. Paige. 2015. Plasticity in ploidy: a generalized stress response.
Trends in Plant Science 20:165-175. Published online December 19. Invited. PDF

2014

Scholes, D.R. and K.N. Paige. 2014. Plasticity in ploidy underlies plant fitness compensation to herbivore damage. Molecular Ecology 23:4862–4870. PDF

Scholes, D.R., A. Suarez, A. Smith, J. Johnston, and K.N. Paige. 2014. Patterns of
endopolyploidy and organ function in the giant ant Dinoponera australis. Journal of
Hymenopteran Research. 37:113-126. PDF

Previte, D., B. Olds, K. Yoon,, W. Sun, W. Muir, K.N. Paige, S.H. Lee, J. Clark, J. Koehler, and B.R. Pittendrigh. 2014. Differential gene expression in human head and body lice when challenged with Bartonella quintana, a pathogenic bacterium. Insect Molecular Biology 23:244- 254. PDF

2013

Johnson, K.P., J.M. Allen, B.P. Olds, L. Mugisha, D.L. Reed, K.N. Paige, and B.R. Pittendrigh. 2013. Rates of genomic divergence in humans, chimpanzees, and their lice. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 281: 2013-2174. PDF

Scholes, D.R., M.H. Siddappaji and K.N. Paige. 2013. The genetic basis of
overcompensation in plants: A synthesis. International Journal of Modern Botany. 3:34-
42 Invited. PDF

Siddappaji, M.H., D.R. Scholes, and K.N. Paige 2013. Overcompensation in response to
herbivory in Arabidopsis thaliana: the role of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and
the oxidative pentose-phosphate pathway. Genetics 195:589-598. Published on-line
August 9, 2013. PDF

Scholes, D.R., A.V. Suarez, and K.N. Paige. 2013. Can endopolyploidy explain body size
variation within and between castes in ants? Ecology and Evolution 1-10. Open Access. PDF

2012

Olds, B.P., B.S. Coates, L.D. Steele, W. Sun, T.A. Agunbiade, K.S. Yoon, J.P. Strycharz, S. H. Lee, K.N. Paige, J.M. Clark, and B.R. Pittendrigh. 2012. Comparison of the transcriptional profiles of head and body lice. Journal of Insect Molecular Biology. 21:257-268. PDF

2011

Scholes, D.R. and K.N. Paige. 2011. Chromosomal plasticity: mitigating the impacts of
herbivory. Ecology 92:1691-1698. PDF

Sarup, P., J.G. Sørensen, T.N. Kristensen, A.A. Hoffmann,V. Loeschcke, K.N. Paige, and P.
Sørensen. 2011. Candidate genes detected in transcriptome studies are strongly dependent on genetic background. PloS ONE 6:1-5. PDF

Anderson, L.L., F.S. Hu and K.N. Paige. 2011. Phylogeographic history of white spruce during the last glacial maximum: uncovering cryptic refugia. Journal of Heredity 102:207-216. Published on-line October 18. PDF

2010

Paige, K.N. 2010. The functional genomics of inbreeding: A new approach to an old problem. BioScience 21st Century Directions in Biology. 60:267-277. Invited. PDF

2009

Sano, C.M., M.O. Bohn, K.N. Paige and T.W. Jacobs. 2009. Heritable variation in the
inflorescence replacement program of Arabidopsis thaliana. Theoretical and Applied
Genetics 119:1461-1471. Published online September 29 2009. PDF

Ayroles, J., K.A. Hughes, K. Rowe, M. Reedy, S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, J. Drnevich, C. Caceres, and K.N. Paige. 2009. Genome-wide assessment of inbreeding depression: gene number, function and mode of action. Conservation Biology 23:920-930. Published online March 11, 2009. PDF

2006

Anderson, L.L., F.S. Hu, D.M. Nelson, R.J. Petit, and K.N. Paige. 2006. Ice age endurance: DNA evidence of a white spruce refugium in Alaska. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103:12447-12450. PDF

Hughes, K.A., J. Ayroles. M. Reedy, J. Drnevich, K. Rowe, C. Carceres and K.N. Paige. 2006. Within-population variation in the transcriptome: cis versus trans regulation and
dominance effects of alleles. Genetics 173:1-9. PDF

Rowe, K.C., E.J. Heske, and K.N. Paige. 2006. Comparative phylogeography of chipmunks and white-footed mice in relation to the individualistic nature of species. Molecular Ecology 15:4003-4020. PDF

Wenny, D., L.L. Anderson, D. Kirk, J. Bergstrom, D. Enstrom and K.N. Paige. 2006. Genetic consequences of ecological isolation of Swainson’s Hawk in Illinois. Journal of Raptor Research 40:270-276. PDF

2004

Rowe, K.C., E. J. Heske, P. W. Brown, and K.N. Paige. 2004. Surviving the ice: northern refugia and post-glacial recolonization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101:10355-10359. PDF

Levine, M.T. and K.N. Paige. 2004. Direct and indirect effects of drought on compensation
following herbivory in scarlet gilia. Ecology 85:3185-3191. PDF

Bidart-Bouzat, M.G., S. Portnoy, E.H. DeLucia, and K.N. Paige. 2004. Trait integration in
Arabidopsis thaliana exposed to herbivory and enriched CO2 environments. Ecology
Letters 7:837-847. PDF

2003

Anderson, L.L. and K.N. Paige. 2003. Multiple herbivores and coevolutionary interactions in an Ipomopsis hybrid swarm. Evolutionary Ecology 17:139-156. PDF

Williams, B.L., J.D. Brawn and K.N. Paige. 2003. Landscape scale genetic effects of habitat fragmentation on a high gene flow species: Speyeria idalia (Nymphalidae). Molecular Ecology 12:11-20. PDF

2002

Maherali, H., B. Williams, K.N. Paige, and E.H. DeLucia. 2002. Hydraulic differentiation of
Ponderosa pine populations along a climate gradient is not associated with ecotypic
divergence. Functional Ecology 16:510-521. PDF

Williams, B.L., J.D. Brawn and K.N. Paige. 2002. Highly polymorphic microsatellite loci for
Speyeria idalia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 2:87-88. PDF

Parker, R.W., K.N. Paige and A. DeVries. 2002. Genetic variation among populations of the
Antarctic toothfish: evolutionary insights and implications for conservation. Polar
Biology 25:256-261. PDF

2001

Anderson, L.L., F.S. Hu, and K.N. Paige. 2001. A molecular approach to understanding the late-quaternary history of spruce (Picea) in eastern Beringia. Paleotimes 11-12.

Paige, K.N., B. Williams and T. Hickox. 2001. Overcompensation through the paternal
component of fitness in Ipomopsis arizonica. Oecologia 128:72-76. PDF

Rubin, C.S., R.E. Warner, and K.N. Paige. 2001. An evaluation of the population genetic
structure of Blanding’s turtles (Emydoidea blandingii) in an urban landscape. Biological
Conservation 99:323-330. PDF

1999

Paige, K.N. 1999. Regrowth following ungulate herbivory in scarlet gilia, Ipomopsis
aggregata: geographic evidence for overcompensation. Oecologia 118:316-323. PDF

1998

Bouzat, J.L., H.A. Lewin, and K.N. Paige. 1998. The ghost of genetic diversity past: ancient
DNA analysis of the Greater Prairie Chicken. The American Naturalist 152:1-6. PDF

Bouzat, J.L., H.H. Cheng, H.A. Lewin, R.L. Westemeier, J.D. Brawn, and K.N. Paige. 1998.
Genetic evaluation of a demographic bottleneck in the greater prairie chicken
(Tympanuchus cupido). Conservation Biology 12:836-843. PDF

Westemeier, R.L., J.D. Brawn, S.A. Simpson, T.L. Esker, R.W. Jansen, J.W. Walk, E.L.
Kershner, J.L. Bouzat, and K.N. Paige. 1998. Tracking the long-term decline and
recovery of an isolated population. Science 282:1695-1698. PDF

1997

Gronemeyer, P.A., B.J. Dilger, J.L. Bouzat, and K.N. Paige. 1997. The effects of herbivory on paternal fitness in scarlet gilia: better moms also make better pops. The American Naturalist 150:592-602. PDF

1996

Paige, K.N. and M.S. Heschel. 1996. Inbreeding depression in scarlet gilia, Ipomopsis
aggregata: a reply to Ouborg and van Groenendael. Conservation Biology 10:1292-
1294. PDF

1995

Trame, A., A.J. Coddington, and K.N. Paige. 1995. Field and genetic studies testing optimal outcrossing in Agave schottii, a long-lived clonal plant. Oecologia 104:93-100. PDF

Paige, K.N. 1995. Bats and barometric pressure: conserving limited energy and tracking insects from the roost. Functional Ecology 9:463-467. PDF

Heschel, M.S. and K.N. Paige. 1995. Inbreeding depression, environmental stress, and
population size variation in scarlet gilia, Ipomopsis aggregata. Conservation Biology
9:126-133. PDF

1994

Paige, K.N. 1994. Herbivory and Ipomopsis aggregata: differences in response, differences in experimental protocol, a reply to Bergelson and Crawley. The American Naturalist 143:739-749. PDF

1993

Lewin, H.A., E.M. Spevak, and K.N. Paige. 1993. Genetic management of herd health and
productivity: molecular strategies. Proceedings of the 1st International Bison Conference.

Paige, K.N. and W.C. Capman. 1993. The effects of host-plant genotype, hybridization and
environment on gall aphid attack and survival in cottonwood: the importance of genetic
studies and the utility of RFLP’s. Evolution 47:36-45. PDF

1992

Paige, K.N. 1992. The effects of fire on scarlet gilia: an alternative selection pressure to
herbivory? Oecologia 92:229-235. PDF

Paige, K.N. 1992. Overcompensation in response to mammalian herbivory: from mutualistic to antagonistic interactions. Ecology 73:2076-2085. PDF

1991

Paige, K.N., W.C. Capman and P. Jennetten. 1991. Mitochondrial inheritance patterns across a cottonwood hybrid zone: cytonuclear disequilibria and hybrid zone dynamics. Evolution 45:1360-1369. PDF

1989

Keim, P., K.N. Paige, T.G. Whitham, and K.G. Lark. 1989. Genetic analysis of an interspecific hybrid swarm of Populus: occurrence of unidirectional introgression. Genetics 123:557-565. PDF

Keim, P., K.N. Paige, T.G. Whitham, and K.G. Lark. 1989. The genetic-structure of a Populus hybrid swarm and the correlation of insect susceptibility of specific genetic classes. Genetics 122:S30.

1988

Paige, K.N. 1988. The wiliest wildflower in the west. Natural History 97:49-53.

1987

Paige, K.N. and T.G. Whitham. 1987. Flexible life history traits: shifts by scarlet gilia in response to pollinator abundance. Ecology 68:1691-1695. PDF

Paige, K.N. and T.G. Whitham. 1987. Overcompensation in response to mammalian herbivory: the advantage of being eaten. The American Naturalist 129:407-416. PDF

1985

Paige, K.N. and T.G. Whitham. 1985. Individual and population shifts in flower color by scarlet gilia: a mechanism for pollinator tracking. Science 227:315-317. Cover photo featured for this issue. PDF

Paige, K.N., L.A. Mink, and V.R. McDaniel. 1985. A broadband ultrasonic field detector for
monitoring bat cries. Journal of Wildlife Management 49(1):11-13. PDF

1983

McDaniel, V.R., M.J. Harvey, C.R. Tumlison, and K.N. Paige. 1983. Status of the small-footed bat, Myotis leibii in the Southern Ozarks. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 36:92-94.

1981

Paige, K.N., C.R. Tumlison, and V.R. McDaniel. 1981. A second record of Typhlichthys
subterraneus from Arkansas. Southwestern Naturalist 26:67-68.

1980

Sutton, K.B. and K.N. Paige. 1980. Geographic distribution: Ambystoma talpoideum. SSAR Herp Review II (I):13.

1979

McDaniel, V.R., K.N. Paige, and C.R. Tumlison. 1979. Cave fauna of Arkansas: additional
invertebrate and vertebrate records. Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science
33:84-85.

Paige, K.N., C.T. McAllister, and C.R. Tumlison. 1979. Unusual results from pellet analysis of the American Barn Owl, Tyto alba pratincola (Bonaparte). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 33:88-89.

BOOK CHAPTERS/REVIEWS

Paige, K.N. Owen-Smith, N. 2002. Adaptive Herbivore Ecology: From Resources to Populations in Variable Environment. Cambridge Studies in Ecology. 374pp. The Quarterly Review of Biology 78:121. PDF

Whitham, T.G., J. Maschinski, K.C. Larson, and K.N. Paige. 1991. Plant responses to herbivory: the continuum from negative to positive and underlying physiological mechanisms. In Plant-Animal Interactions: Evolutionary Ecology in Tropical and Temperate Regions (P.W. Price & G.W. Fernandes, eds.) Wiley Publishers, pp 227-256.

Paige, K.N., P. Keim, T.G. Whitham and K.G. Lark. 1990. The use of restriction fragment length polymorphisms to study the ecology and evolutionary biology of aphid-plant interactions. In Aphid-Plant Genotype Interactions (R.K. Campbell & R.D. Eikenbary, eds.) Elsevier 1. Science Publishers B.V., pp 69-87.