Ellen Ketterson

Ellen Ketterson

Distinguished Professor, Biology and Gender Studies

Education

Representative publications

Adaptation, exaptation, and constraint: a hormonal perspective.(1999)
Ellen D Ketterson, Val Nolan and Jr
the american naturalist, 154 (S1), S4-S25

Hormones and life histories: an integrative approach.(1992)
Ellen D Ketterson and Val Nolan Jr
The American Naturalist, 140 S33-S62

Testosterone and avian life histories: effects of experimentally elevated testosterone on behavior and correlates of fitness in the dark-eyed junco (Junco hyemalis).(1992)
Ellen D Ketterson, Val Nolan Jr, Licia Wolf and Charles Ziegenfus
The American Naturalist, 140 (6), 980-999

Immune function across generations: integrating mechanism and evolutionary process in maternal antibody transmission.(2003)
Jennifer L Grindstaff, Edmund D Brodie Iii and Ellen D Ketterson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences, 270 (1531), 2309-2319

Geographic variation and its climatic correlates in the sex ratio of eastern‐wintering dark‐eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis hyemalis).(1976)
Ellen D Ketterson and Val Nolan Jr
Ecology, 57 (4), 679-693

The evolution of differential bird migration.(1983)
Ellen D Ketterson and VAL Nolan
Springer, Boston, MA. 357-402

The significance of behavior accompanying conditioned salivary secretion for theories of the conditioned response.(1937)
Karl Zener
The American Journal of Psychology,

Maternally derived yolk testosterone enhances the development of the hatching muscle in the red-winged blackbird Agelaius phoeniceus.(2000)
Joseph L Lipar and Ellen D Ketterson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences, 267 (1456), 2005-2010

Testosterone in females: mediator of adaptive traits, constraint on sexual dimorphism, or both?.(2005)
ED Ketterson, V Nolan Jr and Maria Sandell
the american naturalist, 166 (S4), S85-S98

Steroid Hormones and Immune Function: Experimental Studies in Wild and Captive Dark-Eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis).(2001)
Joseph M Casto, Val Nolan, Jr and Ellen D Ketterson
The American Naturalist, 157 (4), 408-420

Phenotypic engineering: using hormones to explore the mechanistic and functional bases of phenotypic variation in nature.(1996)
Ellen D Ketterson, Val Nolan Jr, Michelle J Cawthorn, Patricia G Parker and Charles Ziegenfus
Ibis, 138 (1), 70-86

Boldness behavior and stress physiology in a novel urban environment suggest rapid correlated evolutionary adaptation.(2012)
Jonathan W Atwell, Gonçalo C Cardoso, Danielle J Whittaker, Samuel Campbell-Nelson, Kyle W Robertson and Ellen D Ketterson
Behavioral Ecology, 23 (5), 960-969

Dark-eyed junco (Junco hyemalis).(2002)
Val Nolan, ED Ketterson, Daniel Aaron Cristol, CM Rogers, ED Clotfelter, RC Titus ...
American Ornithologists' Union.

Testosterone and avian life histories: the effect of experimentally elevated testosterone on corticosterone and body mass in dark-eyed juncos.(1991)
Ellen D Ketterson, Val Nolan Jr, Licia Wolf, Charles Ziegenfus, Alfred M Dufty Jr, Gregory F Ball ...
Hormones and Behavior, 25 (4), 489-503

Natural variation in a testosterone-mediated trade-off between mating effort and parental effort.(2007)
Joel W McGlothlin, Jodie M Jawor and Ellen D Ketterson
The American Naturalist, 170 (6), 864-875