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Publications

Evolutionary Applications

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (Chronological)

    • Posavi, M, B Larget, GW Gelembiuk, CE Lee. 2014. Testing for beneficial reversal of dominance during salinity shifts in the invasive copepod Eurytemora affinis, and implications for the maintenance of genetic variation. Evolution (Accepted pending revisions)

    • Johnson, KE, L Perreau, G Charmantier, M Charmantier-Daures, CE Lee. 2014. Without Gills: Exploring the localization of osmoregulatory function in the copepod Eurytemora affinis. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 87:310-324.

    • Lee, CE, W Moss, N Olson, KF Chau, YM Chang, K Johnson. 2013. Feasting in fresh water: Impacts of food concentration on freshwater tolerance and the evolution of food x salinity response during the expansion from saline into freshwater habitats. Evolutionary Applications. 6:673–689.

    • Metzger, B, GW Gelembiuk, CE Lee. 2013. Direct sequencing of haplotypes from diploid individuals through a modified emulsion PCR-based single-molecule sequencing approach. Molecular Ecology Resources. 13:135-143.

    • Lee, CE,M Posavi, G Charmantier.  2012. Rapid evolution of body fluid regulation following independent invasions into freshwater habitats. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25:625-633. (citations: 6)

    • Hufbauer, RA, B Facon, V Ravigné, J Turgeon, J Foucaud, CE Lee, O Rey, A Estoup.  2012.  Anthropogenically-Induced Adaptation to Invade (AIAI): Contemporary adaptation to human-altered habitats within the native range can promote invasions. Evolutionary Applications. 5:89-101. (citations: 17)

    • Lee, CE, M Kiergaard, BD Eads, GW Gelembiuk, M Posavi.  2011.  Pumping ions: Rapid parallel evolution of ionic regulation following habitat invasions. Evolution. 65:2229-2244. (citations: 19)

    • Bron, JE, D Frisch, E Goetze, SC Johnson, CE Lee, GA Wyngaard.  2011.  Observing copepods through a genomic lens. Frontiers in Zoology. 8:22. (citations: 12)

    • Peyer, SM, JC Hermanson, CE Lee.  2011.  Effects of shell morphology on mechanics of zebra and quagga mussel locomotion. Journal of Experimental Biology. 214:2226-2236. (citations: 3)

    • Peyer, SM, JC Hermanson, CE Lee.  2010.  Developmental plasticity of shell morphology in quagga mussels from shallow and deep water habitats of the Great Lakes. Journal of Experimental Biology. 213:2602-2609. (citations: 15)

    • Lee, CE.  2010.  Evolution of invasive populations.  In The Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions. Eds. Daniel Simberloff and Marcel Rejmánek. University of California Press.

    • Dodson, SI, DA Skelly, CE Lee.  2010.  Out of Alaska:  Morphological evolution and diversity within the genus Eurytemora from its ancestral range (Crustacea, Copepoda). Hydrobiologia. 653:131-148. (citations: 6)

    • Schierenbeck, KA, CE Lee, RD Holt.  2010.  Synthesizing Ecology and Evolution for the Study of Invasive Species. Evolutionary Applications. Volume 3.

    • Peyer, SM, AJ  McCarthy, CE Lee.  2009.  Zebra mussels anchor faster and tighter than quagga mussels in flow. Journal of Experimental Biology. 212:2027-2036. (citations: 24)
    • See news article in ScienceDaily.com: "Zebra Mussels Hang On While Quagga Mussels Take Over."

    • Lee, CE, GW Gelembiuk.  2008.  Evolutionary origins of invasive populations.  Evolutionary Applications. 1:427-448. (citations: 76)

    • Winkler, G, JJ Dodson, CE Lee.  2008.  Heterogeneity within the native range: Population genetic analyses of sympatric invasive and noninvasive clades of the freshwater invading copepod Eurytemora affinis.  Molecular Ecology.  17:415-430.  (Invited for the International Summit on Evolutionary Change in Human-altered Environments) (citations: 35)

    • Stillman JH, JK Colbourne, CE Lee, et al.  2008.  Recent advances in crustacean genomics. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 48:852-868. (citations: 25)

    • Lee, CE, JL Remfert, YM Chang.  2007.  Response to selection and evolvability of invasive populations.  Genetica.  129:179-192.  (Invited for the SSE 2004 symposium on Invasive Species) (citations: 65)

    • Gilchrist, GW, CE Lee.  2007.  All stressed out and nowhere to go: does evolvability limit adaptation in invasive species? Genetica.  129:127-132. (citations: 37)

    • Lee, CE, GW Gilchrist.  2007.  All Stressed Out and Nowhere To Go:  Does Evolvability Limit Adaptation in Invasive Species? Papers from the Symposium at the SSE/ASN/SSB meeting, June 2004.  Genetica. Volume 129.

    • Gelembiuk, GW, GE May, CE Lee.  2006.  Phylogeography and systematics of zebra mussels and related species.  Molecular Ecology.  15:1021–1031. (citations: 43)

    • May, GE, GW Gelembiuk, V Panov, M Orlova, CE Lee.  2006.  Molecular ecology of zebra mussel invasions.  Molecular Ecology.  15:1033–1050. (citations: 54)

    • Lee, CE, T Mitchell-Olds.  2006.  Ecological and evolutionary genomics of populations in nature.  Molecular Ecology.  15:1193-1196. (citations: 25)

    • Lee, CE, T Mitchell-Olds.  2006.  Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics of Populations in Nature.  Special Issue for Molecular Ecology. Volume 15.

    • Dodson, SI, CE Lee.  2006.  Recommendations for taxonomic submissions to Hydrobiologia Hydrobiologia. 556:1-5. (citations: 7)

    • Havel, JE, CE Lee, MJ Vander Zanden.  2005.  Do reservoirs facilitate passive invasions into landscapes?  Bioscience.  55:518-525. (citations: 113)

    • Piller, KR, CC Wilson, CE Lee, J Lyons.  2005.  Conservation genetics of inland lake trout in Upper Mississippi River Basin: Native or stocked ancestry? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 134:789-802. (citations: 14)
    • Rasch, EM, CE Lee, GA Wyngaard.  2004.  DNA-feulgen cytophotometric determination of genome size for the freshwater-invading copepod Eurytemora affinis.  Genome.  47:559-564. (citations: 10)
    • Lee, CE, JL Remfert, GW Gelembiuk.  2003.  Evolution of physiological tolerance and performance during freshwater invasion events. Integrative and Comparative Biology.  43:439-449.  (Invited for SICB symposium on Selection on Performance in Nature) (citations: 93)
    • Lee, CE, CH Petersen.  2003.  Effects of developmental acclimation on adult salinity tolerance in the freshwater-invading Eurytemora affinis.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology.  76:296-301. (citations: 45)
    • Lee, CE.  2002.  Evolutionary genetics of invasive species.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution.  17: 386-391. (citations: 923)
    • Lee, CE, CH Petersen.  2002.  Genotype-by-environment interaction for salinity tolerance in the freshwater invading copepod Eurytemora affinis.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology.  75: 335-344. (citations: 44)

    • Lee, CE, BW Frost.  2002.  Morphological stasis in the Eurytemora affinis species complex (Copepoda: Temoridae).  Hydrobiologia.  480:111-128.  (Invited Symposium Paper) (citations: 117)

    • Lee, CE.  2002.  A tribute to Professor Bruce W. Frost.  Hydrobiologia.  480:3-4.

    • Lee, CE, S Strom, J Yen.  2002.  Progress in Zooplankton Biology: Ecology, Systematics, and Behavior.  Hydrobiologia. Volume 480.

    • Lee, CE.  2000.  Global phylogeography of a cryptic copepod species complex and reproductive isolation between genetically proximate “populations.”  Evolution.  54:2014-2027. (citations: 192)

    • Lee, CE.  1999.  Rapid and repeated invasions of fresh water by the saltwater copepod Eurytemora affinis.  Evolution.  53:1423-1434. (citations: 168)

    • Lee, CE, MA Bell.  1999.  Causes and consequences of recent freshwater invasions by saltwater animals.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution.  14: 284-288. (citations: 148)

    • Lee, CE , RR Strathmann.  1998.  Scaling of gelatinous clutches:  effects of siblings' competition for oxygen on clutch size and parental investment per offspring.  American Naturalist.  151:293-310. (citations: 73)

    • Gaggiotti, O, CE Lee, G Wardle.  1997.  The effect of overlapping generations and population structure on gene-frequency clines.  In Structured Population Models in Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Systems.  H Caswell and S Tuljapurkar (eds.) Chapman & Hall.


    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS by Topic (click on author to download pdf files)


    Evolutionary Origins of Invasive Populations
    (in order of preference)

    • Lee, CE, GW Gelembiuk.  2008.  Evolutionary origins of invasive populations.  Evolutionary Applications. 1:427-448. (citations: 76)
    • Lee, CE.  2002.  Evolutionary genetics of invasive species.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution.  17: 386-391. (citations: 923)
    • Lee, CE.  2010.  Evolution of invasive populations.  In The Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions. Eds. Daniel Simberloff and Marcel Rejmánek. University of California Press.
    • Lee, CE, MA Bell.  1999.  Causes and consequences of recent freshwater invasions by saltwater animals.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution.  14: 284-288. (citations: 148)
    • Gilchrist, GW, CE Lee.  2007.  All stressed out and nowhere to go: does evolvability limit adaptation in invasive species? Genetica.  129:127-132. (citations: 37)
    • Havel, JE, CE Lee, MJ Vander Zanden.  2005.  Do reservoirs facilitate passive invasions into landscapes?  Bioscience.  55:518-525. (citations: 113)

    • Hufbauer, RA, B Facon, V Ravigné, J Turgeon, J Foucaud, CE Lee, O Rey, A Estoup. 2012. Anthropogenically-Induced Adaptation to Invade (AIAI): Contemporary adaptation to human-altered habitats within the native range can promote invasions. Evolutionary Applications. 5:89-101. (citations: 17)


    Evolutionary Shifts during Habitat Invasions
    (Chronological)
    (& Ev
    olutionary Genetics of Eurytemora affinis populations)

    • Gelembiuk, GW, B Metzger, JC da Silva, CE Lee.  Metagenomics of the copepod microbiome across saline to freshwater habitats. (In Prep.)

    • Posavi, M, B Larget, GW Gelembiuk, D Gulisija, CE Lee. 2014. Testing for beneficial reversal of dominance during salinity shifts in the invasive copepod Eurytemora affinis, and implications for the maintenance of genetic variation. Evolution (Accepted pending revisions)

    • Johnson, KE, L Perreau, G Charmantier, M Charmantier-Daures, CE Lee. 2014. Without Gills: Exploring the localization of osmoregulatory function in the copepod Eurytemora affinis. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 87:310-324.

    • Lee, CE, W Moss, N Olson, KF Chau, YM Chang, K Johnson. 2013. Feasting in fresh water: Impacts of food concentration on freshwater tolerance and the evolution of food x salinity response during the expansion from saline into freshwater habitats. Evolutionary Applications. 6:673–689.

    • Metzger, B, GW Gelembiuk, CE Lee. 2013. Direct sequencing of haplotypes from diploid individuals through a modified emulsion PCR-based single-molecule sequencing approach. Molecular Ecology Resources. 13:135-143.

    • Lee, CE,M Posavi, G Charmantier.  2012.  Rapid evolution of body fluid regulation following independent invasions into freshwater habitats. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25:625-633. (citations: 6)

    • Lee, CE, M Kiergaard, BD Eads, GW Gelembiuk, M Posavi.  2011.  Pumping ions: Rapid parallel evolution of ionic regulation following habitat invasions. Evolution. 65:2229-2244. (citations: 19)

    • Winkler, G, JJ Dodson, CE Lee.  2008.  Heterogeneity within the native range: Population genetic analyses of sympatric invasive and noninvasive clades of the freshwater invading copepod Eurytemora affinis.  Molecular Ecology.  17:415-430.  (Invited for the International Summit on Evolutionary Change in Human-altered Environments) (citations: 35)
    • Lee, CE, JL Remfert, YM Chang.  2007.  Response to selection and evolvability of invasive populations.  Genetica.  129:179-192.  (Invited for the SSE 2004 symposium on Invasive Species) (citations: 65)
    • Lee, CE, JL Remfert, GW Gelembiuk.  2003.  Evolution of physiological tolerance and performance during freshwater invasion events. Integrative and Comparative Biology.  43:439-449.  (Invited for SICB symposium on Selection on Performance in Nature) (citations: 93)
    • Lee, CE, CH Petersen.  2003.  Effects of developmental acclimation on adult salinity tolerance in the freshwater-invading Eurytemora affinis.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology.  76:296-301. (citations: 45)
    • Lee, CE, CH Petersen.  2002.  Genotype-by-environment interaction for salinity tolerance in the freshwater invading copepod Eurytemora affinis.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology.  75: 335-344. (citations: 44)
    • Lee, CE.  1999.  Rapid and repeated invasions of fresh water by the saltwater copepod Eurytemora affinis.  Evolution.  53:1423-1434. (citations: 168)


    Speciation, Systematics, and Morphological Evolution
    (Chronological)

    • Bron, JE, D Frisch, E Goetze, SC Johnson, CE Lee, GA Wyngaard. 2011. Observing copepods through a genomic lens. Frontiers in Zoology. 8:22. (citations: 12)

    • Dodson, SI, DA Skelly, CE Lee. 2010. Out of Alaska:  Morphological evolution and diversity within the genus Eurytemora from its ancestral range (Crustacea, Copepoda). Hydrobiologia. 653:131-148. (citations: 6)
    • Dodson, SI, CE Lee. 2006. Recommendations for taxonomic submissions to Hydrobiologia Hydrobiologia. 556:1-5. (citations: 7)

    • Rasch, EM, CE Lee, GA Wyngaard. 2004. DNA-feulgen cytophotometric determination of genome size for the freshwater-invading copepod Eurytemora affinis.  Genome.  47:559-564. (citations: 10)

    • Lee, CE, BW Frost. 2002. Morphological stasis in the Eurytemora affinis species complex (Copepoda: Temoridae).  Hydrobiologia.  480:111-128.  (Invited Symposium Paper) (citations: 117)
    • Lee, CE. 2000. Global phylogeography of a cryptic copepod species complex and reproductive isolation between genetically proximate “populations.”  Evolution.  54:2014-2027. (citations: 192)


    Zebra and Quagga Mussel Invasions
    (Chronological)


    Miscellaneous Topics
    (in order of preference)

    • Lee, CE , RR Strathmann. 1998. Scaling of gelatinous clutches:  effects of siblings' competition for oxygen on clutch size and parental investment per offspring.  American Naturalist.  151:293-310. (citations: 73)
    • Lee, CE, T Mitchell-Olds. 2006. Ecological and evolutionary genomics of populations in nature.  Molecular Ecology.  15:1193-1196. (citations: 25)
    • Piller, KR, CC Wilson, CE Lee, J Lyons. 2005. Conservation genetics of inland lake trout in Upper Mississippi River Basin: Native or stocked ancestry? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 134:789-802. (citations: 14)
    • Gaggiotti, O, CE Lee, G Wardle. 1997. The effect of overlapping generations and population structure on gene-frequency clines.  In Structured Population Models in Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Systems.  H Caswell and S Tuljapurkar (eds.) Chapman & Hall.
    • Lee, CE.  2002.  A tribute to Professor Bruce W. Frost.  Hydrobiologia.  480:3-4.
    • Stillman JH, JK Colbourne, CE Lee, et al.2008. Recent advances in crustacean genomics. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 48:852-868. (citations: 25)


    Edited Volumes
    (Chronological)

    • Schierenbeck, KA, CE Lee, RD Holt. 2010. Synthesizing Ecology and Evolution for the Study of Invasive Species. Evolutionary Applications. Volume 3.

    • Lee, CE, GW Gilchrist. 2007. All Stressed Out and Nowhere To Go:  Does Evolvability Limit Adaptation in Invasive Species? Papers from the Symposium at the SSE/ASN/SSB meeting, June 2004.  Genetica. Volume 129.

    • Lee, CE, T Mitchell-Olds. 2006. Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics of Populations in Nature.  Special Issue for Molecular Ecology. Volume 15.

    • Lee, CE, S Strom, J Yen. 2002. Commemorative Symposium Volume: Progress in Zooplankton Biology: Ecology, Systematics, and Behavior.  Hydrobiologia. Volume 480.


    Selected Publications of Lee Lab Graduate Students
    (*=Lee Lab member)
    (Refer to individual student URLs to view their full list of publications)

    • Peyer, SM*, JC Hermanson. Inverse characterization of the lift and drag coefficients of zebra and quagga mussels. (In Prep.)

    • Kim, Y, D Gulisija*.2010. Signatures of genetic hitchhiking under different models of population expansion during colonization of new selective environments. Genetics. 184:571-585.

    • Gulisija*, D, JF Crow. 2007. Inferring purging from pedigree data. Evolution. 61:1043-1051.

    • Nice, CC, NM Anthony, GW Gelembiuk*, D Ganser and R ffrench-Constant. 2005. The history and geography of diversification within the butterfly genus Lycaeides in North America. Molecular Ecology. 14:1741-1754.

    • Chung, M, GW Gelembiuk*, TJ Givnish. 2004. Population genetics and phylogeography of endangered Oxytropis campestris var. chartacea and relatives: Arctic-alpine disjuncts in eastern North America. Molecular Ecology. 13:3657-3673.