Angelini, D.R., and Smith, F.W. (2019; In Press.) Theme and Variation in the Development of Insect Mouthparts. In: Krenn HW (ed) Insect Mouthparts: Form, Function, Development and Performance. Springer, Vienna, Austria.
Fawcett, M.M., Parks, M.C., Tibbetts, A.E., Swart, J.S., Richards, E.M., Vanegas, J.C., Cenzer, M., Crowley, L., Simmons, W.R., Hou, W.S., and Angelini, D.R. (2018.) Manipulation of insulin signaling phenocopies evolution of a host-associated polyphenism. Nature Communications 9, 1699.
Panfilio, K.A., and Angelini, D.R. (2018.) By land, air, and sea: hemipteran diversity through the genomic lens. Current Opinion in Insect Science 25: 106-115.
Angelini, D.R., Suzuki, Y. (2018.) Development and regulation: Mechanisms of phenotypic plasticity one hundred years since ‘On Growth and Form.’ Current Opinion in Insect Science 25, viii–x.
Peck, R.F., Plesa, A.M., Graham, S.M., Angelini, D.R., and Shaw, E.L. (2017) Opsin-mediated inhibition of bacterioruberin synthesis in halophilic Archaea. Journal of Bacteriology 199(21): e00303-17. Cover article.
Simmons, W.R. and Angelini, D.R. (2017.) Chronic exposure to a neonicotinoid increases expression of antimicrobial peptide genes in the bumblebee Bombus impatiens. Scientific Reports 7: 44773.
Smith, F.W., Angelini, D.R., Gaudio, M., and Jockusch, E.L. (2014). Metamorphic labral axis patterning in the beetle Tribolium castaneum requires multiple upstream, but few downstream, genes in the appendage patterning network. Evolution & Development 16: 78–91.
Smith, F.W., Angelini, D.R., Jockusch, E.L. (2014). A functional genetic analysis in flour beetles (Tenebrionidae) reveals an antennal identity specification mechanism active during metamorphosis in Holometabola. Mechanisms of Development 132: 13-27.
Aspiras, A. C., Prasad, R., Fong, D. W., Carlini, D. B., and Angelini, D. R. (2012). Parallel reduction in expression of the eye development gene hedgehog in separately derived cave populations of the amphipod Gammarus minus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 995-1001.
Angelini, D. R., Smith, F. W., and Jockusch, E. L. (2012). Extent With Modification: Leg Patterning in the Beetle Tribolium castaneum and the Evolution of Serial Homologs. G3: Genes, Genomes, and Genetics 2: 235-248.
Angelini, D. R., Smith, F. W., Aspiras, A. C., Kikuchi, M., and Jockusch, E. L. (2012). Patterning of the Adult Mandibulate Mouthparts in the Red Flour Beetle, Tribolium castaneum. Genetics 190: 639-654.
Aspiras, A. C., Smith, F.W., and Angelini, D. R. (2011). Sex-specific gene interactions in the patterning of insect genitalia. Developmental Biology 360: 369-380.
Angelini, D. R., Kikuchi, M., and Jockusch, E. L. (2009). Genetic patterning in the adult capitate antenna of the beetle Tribolium castaneum. Developmental Biology 327: 240-251.
Angelini, D. R. and Jockusch, E. L. (2008). Relationships among pest flour beetles of the genus Tribolium (Tenebrionidae) inferred from multiple molecular markers. Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution 46: 127-141.
Angelini, D. R., and Kaufman, T. C. (2005). Comparative developmental genetics and the evolution of arthropod body plans. Annual Review of Genetics 39: 95-119.
Angelini, D. R., and Kaufman, T. C. (2005). Insect appendages and comparative ontogenetics. Developmental Biology 286: 57-77.
Angelini, D. R., Liu, P. Z., Hughes, C. L., and Kaufman, T. C. (2005). Hox gene function and interaction in the milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus (Hemiptera). Developmental Biology 287: 440-455.
Angelini, D. R., and Kaufman, T. C. (2005). Functional analyses in the milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus(Hemiptera) support a role for Wnt signaling in body segmentation but not appendage development. Developmental Biology 283: 409-423.
Angelini, D. R., and Kaufman, T. C. (2004). Functional analyses in the hemipteran Oncopeltus fasciatus reveal conserved and derived aspects of appendage patterning in insects. Developmental Biology 271: 306-321.
Colby online news feature. “Now Collaborators, Professor and Protégé Are Finding Answers To Nature’s Questions“. 20 March 2017
Mentioned in Colby Magazine feature “DISCOVERY: Six Students, Six Stories, Six Transformations”. Summer 2015
Boyle, G. “Geneticist Angelini Awarded $800,000 NSF Grant“. April 8, 2014. Colby Magazine. Summer 2014.
Living on Earth “Evolution in Action“. July 20, 2012. Public Radio International.
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