John  Hatle
John Hatle
Univ of North Florida - Biology
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Thermal constraints for range expansion of the invasive green mussel, Perna viridis, in the southeastern United States
AG Urian, JD Hatle, MR Gilg
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology …, 2011
Aposematic coloration of gregarious insects can delay predation by an ambush predator
JD Hatle, BA Salazar
Environmental Entomology 30 (1), 51-54, 2001
Quantification of juvenile hormone III, vitellogenin, and vitellogenin-mRNA during the oviposition cycle of the lubber grasshopper
DW Borst, MR Eskew, SJ Wagner, K Shores, J Hunter, L Luker, JD Hatle, ...
Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 30 (8-9), 813-819, 2000
Slow movement increases the survivorship of a chemically defended grasshopper in predatory encounters
JD Hatle, S Grimké Faragher
Oecologia 115, 260-267, 1998
Survival advantage of sluggish individuals in aggregations of aposematic prey, during encounters with ambush predators
JD Hatle, BA Salazar, DW Whitman
Evolutionary Ecology 16, 415-431, 2002
Hemolymph ecdysteroids do not affect vitellogenesis in the lubber grasshopper
JD Hatle, SA Juliano, DW Borst
Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology: Published in Collaboration …, 2003
Life‐history plasticity after attaining a dietary threshold for reproduction is associated with protein storage in flesh flies
DA Hahn, LN James, KR Milne, JD Hatle
Functional Ecology 22 (6), 1081-1090, 2008
Maximum titers of vitellogenin and total hemolymph protein occur during the canalized phase of grasshopper egg production
JD Hatle, DW Borst, MR Eskew, SA Juliano
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74 (6), 885-893, 2001
Ovariectomy in grasshoppers increases somatic storage, but proportional allocation of ingested nutrients to somatic tissues is unchanged
ET Judd, FJ Wessels, MD Drewry, M Grove, K Wright, DA Hahn, JD Hatle
Aging cell 10 (6), 972-979, 2011
Starvation affects vitellogenin production but not vitellogenin mRNA levels in the lubber grasshopper, Romalea microptera
H Fei, TR Martin, KM Jaskowiak, JD Hatle, DW Whitman, DW Borst
Journal of Insect Physiology 51 (4), 435-443, 2005
Plasticity and canalization in the control of reproduction in the lubber grasshopper
JD Hatle, DW Borst, SA Juliano
Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (5), 635-645, 2003
Juvenile hormone is a marker of the onset of reproductive canalization in lubber grasshoppers
JD Hatle, SA Juliano, DW Borst
Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 30 (8-9), 821-827, 2000
Calorie restriction and late-onset calorie restriction extend lifespan but do not alter protein storage in female grasshoppers
JD Hatle, SM Wells, LE Fuller, IC Allen, LJ Gordy, S Melnyk, J Quattrochi
Mechanisms of ageing and development 127 (12), 883-891, 2006
Characterization of hexamerin proteins and their mRNAs in the adult lubber grasshopper: the effects of nutrition and juvenile hormone on their levels
M Hathaway, J Hatle, S Li, X Ding, T Barry, F Hong, H Wood, D Borst
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2009
Geographic variation of reproductive tactics in lubber grasshoppers
JD Hatle, MC Crowley, AL Andrews, SA Juliano
Oecologia 132, 517-523, 2002
Plasticity and canalization of insect reproduction: testing alternative models of life history transitions
SA Juliano, JR Olson, EG Murrell, JD Hatle
Ecology 85 (11), 2986-2996, 2004
Reproductive Responses to Photoperiod by a South Florida Population of the Grasshopper Romalea microptera (Orthoptera: Romaleidae)
LA Luker, JD Hatle, SA Juliano
Environmental Entomology 31 (4), 702-707, 2002
Vitellogenin-RNAi and ovariectomy each increase lifespan, increase protein storage, and decrease feeding, but are not additive in grasshoppers
AG Tetlak, JB Burnett, DA Hahn, JD Hatle
Biogerontology 16, 761-774, 2015
Life-extending dietary restriction and ovariectomy result in similar feeding rates but different physiologic responses in grasshoppers
MD Drewry, JM Williams, JD Hatle
Experimental gerontology 46 (10), 781-786, 2011
Protein accumulation underlying lifespan extension via ovariectomy in grasshoppers is consistent with the disposable soma hypothesis but is not due to dietary restriction
JD Hatle, CS Paterson, I Jawaid, C Lentz, SM Wells, RB Fronstin
Experimental Gerontology 43 (10), 900-908, 2008
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