Goggy Davidowitz
Goggy Davidowitz
Department of Entomology, University of Arizona
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Sex differences in phenotypic plasticity affect variation in sexual size dimorphism in insects: from physiology to evolution
RC Stillwell, WU Blanckenhorn, T Teder, G Davidowitz, CW Fox
Annual review of entomology 55, 227, 2010
Critical weight in the development of insect body size
G Davidowitz, LJ D'Amico, HF Nijhout
Evolution & development 5 (2), 188-197, 2003
The physiological basis of reaction norms: the interaction among growth rate, the duration of growth and body size
G Davidowitz, HF Nijhout
Integrative and Comparative Biology 44 (6), 443-449, 2004
The effects of environmental variation on a mechanism that controls insect body size
G Davidowitz, LJ D’Amico, HF Nijhout
Evolutionary Ecology Research 6 (1), 49-62, 2004
Behavioral consequences of innate preferences and olfactory learning in hawkmoth–flower interactions
JA Riffell, R Alarcón, L Abrell, G Davidowitz, JL Bronstein, JG Hildebrand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (9), 3404-3409, 2008
A quantitative analysis of the mechanism that controls body size in Manduca sexta
HF Nijhout, G Davidowitz, DA Roff
Journal of biology 5 (5), 1-15, 2006
The developmental and physiological basis of body size evolution in an insect
LJ D'Amico, G Davidowitz, HF Nijhout
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
Developmental perspectives on phenotypic variation, canalization, and fluctuating asymmetry
HF Nijhout, G Davidowitz
Developmental instability: causes and consequences, 3-13, 2003
The latitudinal gradient of species diversity among North American grasshoppers (Acrididae) within a single habitat: a test of the spatial heterogeneity hypothesis
G Davidowitz, ML Rosenzweig
Journal of Biogeography 25 (3), 553-560, 1998
Floral humidity as a reliable sensory cue for profitability assessment by nectar-foraging hawkmoths
M Von Arx, J Goyret, G Davidowitz, RA Raguso
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (24), 9471-9476, 2012
Reproductive tradeoffs of learning in a butterfly
EC Snell-Rood, G Davidowitz, DR Papaj
Behavioral Ecology 22 (2), 291-302, 2011
Conflicting processes in the evolution of body size and development time
HF Nijhout, DA Roff, G Davidowitz
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
Insect eggs protected from high temperatures by limited homeothermy of plant leaves
K Potter, G Davidowitz, HA Woods
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (21), 3448-3454, 2009
Cross‐stage consequences of egg temperature in the insect Manduca sexta
KA Potter, G Davidowitz, H Arthur Woods
Functional Ecology 25 (3), 548-556, 2011
Reproductive biology of Datura wrightii: the benefits of a herbivorous pollinator
JL Bronstein, T Huxman, B Horvath, M Farabee, G Davidowitz
Annals of Botany 103 (9), 1435-1443, 2009
Nectar usage in a southern Arizona hawkmoth community
R Alarcon, G Davidowitz, JL Bronstein
Ecological Entomology 33 (4), 503-509, 2008
A physiological perspective on the response of body size and development time to simultaneous directional selection
G Davidowitz, DA Roff, HF Nijhout
Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (3), 525-531, 2005
Hawkmoths use nectar sugar to reduce oxidative damage from flight
E Levin, G Lopez-Martinez, B Fane, G Davidowitz
Science 355 (6326), 733-735, 2017
Does precipitation variability increase from mesic to xeric biomes?
G Davidowitz
Global Ecology and Biogeography 11 (2), 143-154, 2002
A developmental perspective on the evolution of sexual size dimorphism of a moth
RC Stillwell, G Davidowitz
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1690), 2069-2074, 2010
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