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Ingo Schlupp

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Oklahoma, Norman
DepartmentBiology
Address730 Van Vleet Oval
Norman OK
Phone405/325-4908
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    1. Varela SAM, Matos M, Schlupp I. The role of mate-choice copying in speciation and hybridization. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc. 2018 May; 93(2):1304-1322. PMID: 29417719.
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    2. Schedina IM, Groth D, Schlupp I, Tiedemann R. The gonadal transcriptome of the unisexual Amazon molly Poecilia formosa in comparison to its sexual ancestors, Poecilia mexicana and Poecilia latipinna. BMC Genomics. 2018 01 03; 19(1):12. PMID: 29298680.
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    3. Zhu F, Schlupp I, Tiedemann R. Allele-specific expression at the androgen receptor alpha gene in a hybrid unisexual fish, the Amazon molly (Poecilia formosa). PLoS One. 2017; 12(10):e0186411. PMID: 29023530.
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    4. Trachtenberg ZM, Burns TJ, de Beurs K, Ellis SE, Gates KK, Hoagland BW, Kelly JF, Neeson TM, Randall AR, Schlupp I, Soppelsa PS, Soreghan GS, Zeigler JJ. The Anthropocene Biosphere: Supporting 'Open Interdisciplinarity' through Blogging. Trends Ecol Evol. 2017 01; 32(1):1-3. PMID: 27884485.
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    5. Makowicz AM, Tiedemann R, Steele RN, Schlupp I. Kin Recognition in a Clonal Fish, Poecilia formosa. PLoS One. 2016; 11(8):e0158442. PMID: 27483372; PMCID: PMC4970819.
    6. Zhu F, Schlupp I, Tiedemann R. Sequence Evolution and Expression of the Androgen Receptor and Other Pathway-Related Genes in a Unisexual Fish, the Amazon Molly, Poecilia formosa, and Its Bisexual Ancestors. PLoS One. 2016; 11(6):e0156209. PMID: 27249369; PMCID: PMC4889153.
    7. Riesch R, Reznick DN, Plath M, Schlupp I. Sex-specific local life-history adaptation in surface- and cave-dwelling Atlantic mollies (Poecilia mexicana). Sci Rep. 2016 Mar 10; 6:22968. PMID: 26960566; PMCID: PMC4785371.
    8. Eskridge BE, Valle E, Schlupp I. Emergence of Leadership within a Homogeneous Group. PLoS One. 2015; 10(7):e0134222. PMID: 26226381; PMCID: PMC4520564.
    9. Schedina IM, Hartmann S, Groth D, Schlupp I, Tiedemann R. Comparative analysis of the gonadal transcriptomes of the all-female species Poecilia formosa and its maternal ancestor Poecilia mexicana. BMC Res Notes. 2014 Apr 17; 7:249. PMID: 24742317; PMCID: PMC3998060.
    10. Tobler M, Plath M, Riesch R, Schlupp I, Grasse A, Munimanda GK, Setzer C, Penn DJ, Moodley Y. Selection from parasites favours immunogenetic diversity but not divergence among locally adapted host populations. J Evol Biol. 2014 May; 27(5):960-74. PMID: 24725091.
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    11. Riesch R, Plath M, Schlupp I, Tobler M, Brian Langerhans R. Colonisation of toxic environments drives predictable life-history evolution in livebearing fishes (Poeciliidae). Ecol Lett. 2014 Jan; 17(1):65-71. PMID: 24188245.
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    12. Arriaga LR, Schlupp I. Poeciliid male mate preference is influenced by female size but not by fecundity. PeerJ. 2013; 1:e140. PMID: 24010018; PMCID: PMC3757463.
    13. Bierbach D, Makowicz AM, Schlupp I, Geupel H, Streit B, Plath M. Casanovas are liars: behavioral syndromes, sperm competition risk, and the evolution of deceptive male mating behavior in live-bearing fishes. F1000Res. 2013; 2:75. PMID: 24627773; PMCID: PMC3917653.2.
    14. Riesch R, Schlupp I, Langerhans RB, Plath M. Shared and unique patterns of embryo development in extremophile poeciliids. PLoS One. 2011; 6(11):e27377. PMID: 22087302.
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    15. Bierbach D, Klein M, Saßmannshausen V, Schlupp I, Riesch R, Parzefall J, Plath M. Divergent evolution of male aggressive behaviour: another reproductive isolation barrier in extremophile poeciliid fishes? Int J Evol Biol. 2012; 2012:148745. PMID: 22315695.
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    16. Carnes BA, Riesch R, Schlupp I. The delayed impact of parental age on offspring mortality in mice. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2012 Apr; 67(4):351-7. PMID: 21835807.
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    17. Riesch R, Plath M, Schlupp I. Speciation in caves: experimental evidence that permanent darkness promotes reproductive isolation. Biol Lett. 2011 Dec 23; 7(6):909-12. PMID: 21561964; PMCID: PMC3210644.
    18. Bierbach D, Girndt A, Hamfler S, Klein M, Mücksch F, Penshorn M, Schwinn M, Zimmer C, Schlupp I, Streit B, Plath M. Male fish use prior knowledge about rivals to adjust their mate choice. Biol Lett. 2011 Jun 23; 7(3):349-51. PMID: 21208944; PMCID: PMC3097855.
    19. Riesch R, Plath M, Schlupp I. Toxic hydrogen sulphide and dark caves: pronounced male life-history divergence among locally adapted Poecilia mexicana (Poeciliidae). J Evol Biol. 2011 Mar; 24(3):596-606. PMID: 21159007.
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    20. Lamatsch DK, Stöck M, Fuchs R, Döbler M, Wacker R, Parzefall J, Schlupp I, Schartl M. Morphology, testes development and behaviour of unusual triploid males in microchromosome-carrying clones of Poecilia formosa. J Fish Biol. 2010 Nov; 77(7):1459-87. PMID: 21078013.
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    21. Stöck M, Lampert KP, Möller D, Schlupp I, Schartl M. Monophyletic origin of multiple clonal lineages in an asexual fish (Poecilia formosa). Mol Ecol. 2010 Dec; 19(23):5204-15. PMID: 20964758.
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    22. Plath M, Hermann B, Schröder C, Riesch R, Tobler M, García de León FJ, Schlupp I, Tiedemann R. Locally adapted fish populations maintain small-scale genetic differentiation despite perturbation by a catastrophic flood event. BMC Evol Biol. 2010 Aug 23; 10:256. PMID: 20731863; PMCID: PMC2936308.
    23. Fischer C, Schlupp I. Feeding rates in the sailfin molly Poecilia latipinna and its coexisting sexual parasite, the gynogenetic Amazon molly Poecilia formosa. J Fish Biol. 2010 Jul; 77(1):285-91. PMID: 20646153.
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    24. Plath M, Riesch R, Oranth A, Dzienko J, Karau N, Schiessl A, Stadler S, Wigh A, Zimmer C, Arias-Rodriguez L, Schlupp I, Tobler M. Complementary effect of natural and sexual selection against immigrants maintains differentiation between locally adapted fish. Naturwissenschaften. 2010 Aug; 97(8):769-74. PMID: 20574847.
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    25. Makowicz AM, Plath M, Schlupp I. Using video playback to study the effect of an audience on male mating behavior in the Sailfin molly (Poecilia latipinna). Behav Processes. 2010 Sep; 85(1):36-41. PMID: 20542097.
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    26. Riesch R, Plath M, Schlupp I. Toxic hydrogen sulfide and dark caves: life-history adaptations in a livebearing fish (Poecilia mexicana, Poeciliidae). Ecology. 2010 May; 91(5):1494-505. PMID: 20503881.
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    27. Schlupp I. Mate choice and the Amazon molly: how sexuality and unisexuality can coexist. J Hered. 2010 Mar-Apr; 101 Suppl 1:S55-61. PMID: 20421327.
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    28. Riesch R, Plath M, García de León FJ, Schlupp I. Convergent life-history shifts: toxic environments result in big babies in two clades of poeciliids. Naturwissenschaften. 2010 Feb; 97(2):133-41. PMID: 19826772.
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    29. Fischer C, Schlupp I. Differences in thermal tolerance in coexisting sexual and asexual mollies (Poecilia, Poeciliidae, Teleostei). J Fish Biol. 2009 May; 74(7):1662-8. PMID: 20735663.
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    30. Schaschl H, Tobler M, Plath M, Penn DJ, Schlupp I. Polymorphic MHC loci in an asexual fish, the amazon molly (Poecilia formosa; Poeciliidae). Mol Ecol. 2008 Dec; 17(24):5220-30. PMID: 19120996.
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    31. Tobler M, Schlupp I, Plath M. Does divergence in female mate choice affect male size distributions in two cave fish populations? Biol Lett. 2008 Oct 23; 4(5):452-4. PMID: 18559308; PMCID: PMC2610082.
    32. Tobler M, Dewitt TJ, Schlupp I, García de León FJ, Herrmann R, Feulner PG, Tiedemann R, Plath M. Toxic hydrogen sulfide and dark caves: phenotypic and genetic divergence across two abiotic environmental gradients in Poecilia mexicana. Evolution. 2008 Oct; 62(10):2643-59. PMID: 18637957.
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    33. Plath M, Richter S, Tiedemann R, Schlupp I. Male fish deceive competitors about mating preferences. Curr Biol. 2008 Aug 05; 18(15):1138-41. PMID: 18674912.
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    34. Riesch R, Schlupp I, Plath M. Female sperm limitation in natural populations of a sexual/asexual mating complex (Poecilia latipinna, Poecilia formosa). Biol Lett. 2008 Jun 23; 4(3):266-9. PMID: 18319207; PMCID: PMC2610043.
    35. Plath M, Schlupp I. Misleading mollies: The effect of an audience on the expression of mating preferences. Commun Integr Biol. 2008; 1(2):199-203. PMID: 19513259; PMCID: PMC2686022.
    36. Nanda I, Schlupp I, Lamatsch DK, Lampert KP, Schmid M, Schartl M. Stable inheritance of host species-derived microchromosomes in the gynogenetic fish Poecilia formosa. Genetics. 2007 Oct; 177(2):917-26. PMID: 17720916; PMCID: PMC2034654.
    37. Plath M, Tobler M, Riesch R, García de León FJ, Giere O, Schlupp I. Survival in an extreme habitat: the roles of behaviour and energy limitation. Naturwissenschaften. 2007 Dec; 94(12):991-6. PMID: 17639290.
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    38. Schlupp I, Riesch R, Tobler M. Amazon mollies. Curr Biol. 2007 Jul 17; 17(14):R536-7. PMID: 17637348.
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    39. Plath M, Hauswaldt JS, Moll K, Tobler M, García De León FJ, Schlupp I, Tiedemann R. Local adaptation and pronounced genetic differentiation in an extremophile fish, Poecilia mexicana, inhabiting a Mexican cave with toxic hydrogen sulphide. Mol Ecol. 2007 Mar; 16(5):967-76. PMID: 17305854.
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    40. Tobler M, Schlupp I, Heubel KU, Riesch R, de León FJ, Giere O, Plath M. Life on the edge: hydrogen sulfide and the fish communities of a Mexican cave and surrounding waters. Extremophiles. 2006 Dec; 10(6):577-85. PMID: 16788733.
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    41. Plath M, Seggel U, Burmeister H, Heubel KU, Schlupp I. Choosy males from the underground: male mating preferences in surface- and cave-dwelling Atlantic mollies (Poecilia mexicana). Naturwissenschaften. 2006 Mar; 93(3):103-9. PMID: 16404589.
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    42. Tobler M, Schlupp I. Parasites in sexual and asexual mollies (Poecilia, Poeciliidae, Teleostei): a case for the Red Queen? Biol Lett. 2005 Jun 22; 1(2):166-8. PMID: 17148156; PMCID: PMC1626213.
    43. Schlupp I, Plath M. Male mate choice and sperm allocation in a sexual/asexual mating complex of Poecilia (Poeciliidae, Teleostei). Biol Lett. 2005 Jun 22; 1(2):169-71. PMID: 17148157; PMCID: PMC1626217.
    44. Lamatsch DK, Nanda I, Schlupp I, Epplen JT, Schmid M, Schartl M. Distribution and stability of supernumerary microchromosomes in natural populations of the Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa. Cytogenet Genome Res. 2004; 106(2-4):189-94. PMID: 15292590.
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    45. Schlupp I, Nanda I, Döbler M, Lamatsch DK, Epplen JT, Parzefall J, Schmid M, Schartl M. Dispensable and indispensable genes in an ameiotic fish, the Amazon molly Poecilia formosa. Cytogenet Cell Genet. 1998; 80(1-4):193-8. PMID: 9678357.
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    46. Altschmied J, Hornung U, Schlupp I, Gadau J, Kolb R, Schartl M. Isolation of DNA suitable for PCR for field and laboratory work. Biotechniques. 1997 Aug; 23(2):228-9. PMID: 9266073.
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    47. Schartl A, Hornung U, Nanda I, Wacker R, Müller-Hermelink HK, Schlupp I, Parzefall J, Schmid M, Schartl M. Susceptibility to the development of pigment cell tumors in a clone of the Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa, introduced through a microchromosome. Cancer Res. 1997 Jul 15; 57(14):2993-3000. PMID: 9230214.
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    48. Schartl M, Wilde B, Schlupp I, Parzefall J. EVOLUTIONARY ORIGIN OF A PARTHENOFORM, THE AMAZON MOLLY POECILIA FORMOSA, ON THE BASIS OF A MOLECULAR GENEALOGY. Evolution. 1995 Oct; 49(5):827-835. PMID: 28564866.
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    49. Schlupp I, Marler C, Ryan MJ. Benefit to male sailfin mollies of mating with heterospecific females. Science. 1994 Jan 21; 263(5145):373-4. PMID: 8278809.
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    50. Schartl M, Schlupp I, Schartl A, Meyer MK, Nanda I, Schmid M, Epplen JT, Parzefall J. On the stability of dispensable constituents of the eukaryotic genome: stability of coding sequences versus truly hypervariable sequences in a clonal vertebrate, the amazon molly, Poecilia formosa. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1991 Oct 01; 88(19):8759-63. PMID: 11607218; PMCID: PMC52589.
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