My research on marine invertebrates spans evolution, ecology, development and physiology. My lab is interested in how invertebrate animals have diversified over time and space. Which morphological and physiological characteristics have led to the evolutionary success of a species? Which environmental factors drive its geographic distribution? To address these questions, we focus on marine annelids, a ubiquitous and diverse taxon with at least 15,000 described species and a wide range of habitats and lifestyles.
- Hannon, M. C., Hilliard, J., Garbuglio, D. E., Oliveira, A., & Schulze, A. (2020). Annelid Bioluminescence: The Search for Luciferases in Annelid Trancriptomes. Integr Comp Biol. 60, E337-E337.
- Grimes, C. J., Paiva, P. C., Petersen, L., & Schulze, A. (2020). How fireworms, Hermodice carunculata, react to hypoxia: morphological, physiological and gene expression responses. Integr Comp Biol. 60, E90-E90.
- Grimes, C. J., Labonte, J., Lopez, J. V., & Schulze, A. (2020). Microbiomes of a corallivore (Hermodice carunculata): where in the worm are the coral microbes?. Integr Comp Biol. 60, E332-E332.
- Grimes, C. J., & Schulze, A. (2019). How the sluggish cope with chronic hypoxia: the pointed story of the bearded fireworm, Hermodice carunculata (Annelida: Amphinomidae). Integr Comp Biol. 59, E89-E89.
- Schulze, A. (2017). Conserved Mechanisms of Oxygen Sensing in the Bearded Fireworm, Hermodice carunculata (Annelida: Amphinomidae). Integr Comp Biol. 57, E400-E400.