Alison Marie Bell

Additional Campus Affiliations

Affiliate, Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
Institute Affiliate, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology
Professor, Animal Biology
Lowell Getz Scholar, Animal Biology

Recent Publications

Stein, L. R., & Bell, A. M. (2019). The role of variation and plasticity in parental care during the adaptive radiation of three-spine sticklebacks. Evolution, 73(5), 1037-1044.

Dellinger, M., Zhang, W., Bell, A. M., & Hellmann, J. K. (2018). Do male sticklebacks use visual and/or olfactory cues to assess a potential mate's history with predation risk? Animal Behaviour, 145, 151-159.

Stein, L. R., Bukhari, S. A., & Bell, A. M. (2018). Personal and transgenerational cues are nonadditive at the phenotypic and molecular level. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2(8), 1306-1311.

Saul, M. C., Blatti, C., Yang, W., Bukhari, S. A., Shpigler, H. Y., Troy, J. M., ... Sinha, S. (2018). Cross-species systems analysis of evolutionary toolkits of neurogenomic response to social challenge. Genes, Brain and Behavior, e12502.

Bengston, S. E., Dahan, R. A., Donaldson, Z., Phelps, S. M., Van Oers, K., Sih, A., & Bell, A. M. (2018). Genomic tools for behavioural ecologists to understand repeatable individual differences in behaviour. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2(6), 944-955.

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