Tarone, Aaron individual record

The Tarone laboratory is interested in factors that lead to local adaptations of fly development times and body sizes. These traits are influenced by numerous genetic and environmental factors. They are also ecologically important life history traits for any organism and are frequently found to be under differential selection across populations of numerous fly species. Accordingly, there are many applied and theoretical reasons for dissecting the causes of variation in these phenotypes in flies that influence human activities.

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Academic Articles68
  • Tarone, A. M., & Benoit, J. B. (2019). Insect Development as It Relates to Forensic Entomology. Forensic Entomology. (pp. 225-252). CRC Press.
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  • Sanford, M. R., & Tarone, A. M. (2019). Is PMI the Hypothesis or the Null Hypothesis?. Forensic Entomology. (pp. 311-332). CRC Press.
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  • Tomberlin, J. K., & Eric Benbow, M. (2015). Current global trends and frontiers. Forensic Entomology: International Dimensions and Frontiers. (pp. 417-422). CRC Press.
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  • Jordan, H. R., Tomberlin, J. K., Wood, T. K., & Benbow, M. E. (2015). Interkingdom ecological interactions of carrion decomposition. Carrion Ecology, Evolution, and Their Applications. (pp. 433-459). CRC Press.
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Conference Papers7
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Texas A&M University; Entomology; 2475 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2475