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  1. Hite J.L., A.C. Pfenning, and C.E. Cressler. Starving the enemy? Feeding behaviors shapes the ecology and evolution of host-parasite interactions. Forthcoming. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

  2. Hite J.L. and C.E. Cressler. Parasite-mediated anorexia, dietary context, and the evolution of virulence. In press. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology.

  3. Hite. J.L., M. C. Hughey, K.M. Warkentin, and J.R. Vonesh. 2018. Cross-ecosystem effects of terrestrial predators link treefrogs, zooplankton, and aquatic primary productivity. Ecosphere. pdf

  4. Hite J.L. and C.E. Cressler. 2018. Resource-driven changes to host population stability alter the evolution of virulence and transmission.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B. 373:1-10. pdf

  5. Shocket, M. S., D., Vergara, A. Sickbert, J. Walsman, A.T., Strauss, J.L. Hite, M.A., Duffy, C.E., Cáceres, S.R., Hall. 2018. Parasite-rearing and infection temperatures jointly influence disease transmission and shape seasonality of epidemic. Ecology 99:1975-1987.

  6. Strauss, A.T., J.L. Hite, M.S. Shocket, M.A. Duffy, C.E. Cáceres, and S.R. Hall. 2018. Colliding ecology and evolution of the dilution effect: Rapid host evolution rescues hosts from competition and disease but elevates the density of infected hosts. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B.

  7. Shocket, M.S., D. Vergara, A.J. Sickbert, J.M. Walsman, J.L. Hite, A.T. Strauss, M.A. Duffy, C.E. Cáceres, and S.R. Hall. 2018. Temperature drives epidemics in a zooplankton-fungus disease system: a trait-driven approach points to transmission via host foraging. The American Naturalist 191(4): 435-451. pdf

  8. Hite J.L., R. M. Penczykowski, M. S. Shocket, K. Griebel*, A.T. Strauss, M. A. Duffy, C. E. Cáceres, and S.R. Hall. 2017. Allocation, not male resistance, increases male frequency during epidemics: a case study in facultatively sexual hosts. Ecology 98: 2773-2783. pdf

  9. Hite, J.L., S. Fernández-Beaskoetxea, D.C. Medina, J. Bosch, and S.R. Hall. 2016. Joint effects of habitat, predators, host stage structure, and diversity on amphibian chytrid. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B. 283. pdf

  10. Hite J.L., R. M. Penczykowski, M. S. Shocket, A.T. Strauss, M. A. Duffy, C. E. Cáceres, and S.R. Hall. 2016. Parasites destabilize host populations by shifting stage-structured interaction. Ecology 97: 439-449. pdf

  11. Strauss A.T., M.S. Shocket, D.J. Civitello, J.L. Hite, R.M. Penczykowski, M.A. Duffy, C.E. Cáceres, and S.R. Hall. 2016. Habitat, predators, and hosts regulate disease in Daphnia through direct and indirect pathways. Ecological Monographs 86: 393-411. pdf

  12. Civitello, D.J., J.L. Hite, and S.R. Hall. 2014. Potassium enrichment stimulates the growth and reproduction of Daphnia. Oecologia 175: 773-780. pdf

  13. Wojdak J. M., J. C. Touchon, J. L. Hite, B. Meyer*, and J. R. Vonesh. 2014. Consequences of induced hatching plasticity depend on predator. Oecologia 175: 1267-1276. pdf

  14. Civitello, D.J., R.M. Penczykowski, J.L. Hite, M.A. Duffy, and S.R. Hall. 2013. Potassium stimulates fungal epidemics in a freshwater invertebrate. Ecology 94: 380-388. pdf

  15.  Hite, J.L., C.A. Rodríguez Gómez, S.C. Larimer, A.M. Díaz–Lameiro, and R. Powell. 2008. Population densities and structural habitat use of St. Vincentian Anoles. The Caribbean Journal of Science 44: 102-115.

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Hite J.L., R. M. Penczykowski, D. J. Civitello, M. S. Shocket, A. T. Strauss, M. A. Duffy, C. E. Cáceres, and S. R. Hall. Parasite-mediated anorexia and stage-structured virulence jointly alter the demography of host populations. In prep.

Strauss, A.T., Hite, J.L., Civitello, D.J., Shocket, M.S., Cáceres, C.E., and S.R. Hall. Genotypic covariation in mechanistic, non-nonlinear components of parasite transmission. In revision.

Hite. J.L., Orlando, P.A., S. R. Hall, and A. M. deRoos. Parasites drive complex population cycles: linking epidemiology and physiologically- structured populations. In prep.

 Orlando, P.A., and J.L. Hite. Stage structure increases opportunities for fluctuation-dependent coexistence. In prep.