Elizabeth (Lizzy) Lowe
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Urbanisation at Multiple Scales Is Associated with Larger Size and Higher Fecundity of an Orb-Weaving Spider
DFH Elizabeth C. Lowe, Shawn M. Wilder
PLOS ONE, 2014
The pentatricopeptide repeat proteins TANG2 and ORGANELLE TRANSCRIPT PROCESSING439 are involved in the splicing of the multipartite nad5 transcript encoding a subunit of …
C Colas des Francs-Small, AF de Longevialle, Y Li, E Lowe, SK Tanz, ...
Plant Physiol 165, 1409-1416, 2014
Persistence and survival of the spider Nephila plumipes in cities: do increased prey resources drive the success of an urban exploiter?
EC Lowe, SM Wilder, DF Hochuli
Urban ecosystems 19 (2), 705-720, 2016
Worker heterozygosity and immune response in feral and managed honeybees (Apis mellifera)
EC Lowe, LW Simmons, B Baer
Australian journal of zoology 59 (2), 73-78, 2011
Life history of an urban-tolerant spider shows resilience to anthropogenic habitat disturbance
EC Lowe, SM Wilder, DF Hochuli
Journal of Urban Ecology 3 (1), jux004, 2017
Urban impacts across realms: Making the case for inter-realm monitoring and management
AB Bugnot, GC Hose, CJ Walsh, O Floerl, K French, KA Dafforn, J Hanford, ...
Science of the Total Environment 648, 711-719, 2019
Environmental drivers of spider community composition at multiple scales along an urban gradient
EC Lowe, CG Threlfall, SM Wilder, DF Hochuli
Biodiversity and conservation 27 (4), 829-852, 2018
Engaging urban stakeholders in the sustainable management of arthropod pests
EC Lowe, T Latty, CE Webb, MEA Whitehouse, ME Saunders
Journal of Pest Science, 1-16, 2019
Effect of natural predators on Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae) control by sterile insect technique (SIT)
DN Rathnayake, EC Lowe, P Rempoulakis, ME Herberstein
Pest management science, 2019
Warning signal plasticity in hibiscus harlequin bugs
SA Fabricant, ER Burdfield-Steel, K Umbers, EC Lowe, ME Herberstein
Evolutionary ecology 32 (5), 489-507, 2018
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