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There are 42 references in this bibliography folder.

Khila, A, Abouheif, E, and Rowe, L (2014).
Comparative functional analyses of ultrabithorax reveal multiple steps and paths to diversification of legs in the adaptive radiation of semi-aquatic insects
Evolution, 68(8):2159-70.

Refki, PN, Armisen, D, Crumiere, AJ, Viala, S, and Khila, A (2014).
Emergence of tissue sensitivity to Hox protein levels underlies the evolution of an adaptive morphological trait
Dev Biol, 392(2):441-53.

Khila, A, Abouheif, E, and Rowe, L (2012).
Function, developmental genetics, and fitness consequences of a sexually antagonistic trait
Science, 336(6081):585-9.

Rajakumar, R, San Mauro, D, Dijkstra, MB, Huang, MH, Wheeler, DE, Hiou-Tim, F, Khila, A, Cournoyea, M, and Abouheif, E (2012).
Ancestral developmental potential facilitates parallel evolution in ants
Science, 335(6064):79-82.

Khila, A, Abouheif, E, and Rowe, L (2011).
Eco-Evo-Devo: Lessons from Semi-Aquatic Bugs
Developmental Biology, 356(1):107-107.

Lynch, JA, Ozuak, O, Khila, A, Abouheif, E, Desplan, C, and Roth, S (2011).
The phylogenetic origin of oskar coincided with the origin of maternally provisioned germ plasm and pole cells at the base of the Holometabola
PLoS Genet, 7(4):e1002029.

Smith, CD, Zimin, A, Holt, C, Abouheif, E, Benton, R, Cash, E, Croset, V, Currie, CR, Elhaik, E, Elsik, CG, Fave, MJ, Fernandes, V, Gadau, J, Gibson, JD, Graur, D, Grubbs, KJ, Hagen, DE, Helmkampf, M, Holley, JA, Hu, H, Viniegra, AS, Johnson, BR, Johnson, RM, Khila, A, Kim, JW, Laird, J, Mathis, KA, Moeller, JA, Munoz-Torres, MC, Murphy, MC, Nakamura, R, Nigam, S, Overson, RP, Placek, JE, Rajakumar, R, Reese, JT, Robertson, HM, Smith, CR, Suarez, AV, Suen, G, Suhr, EL, Tao, S, Torres, CW, van Wilgenburg, E, Viljakainen, L, Walden, KK, Wild, AL, Yandell, M, Yorke, JA, and Tsutsui, ND (2011).
Draft genome of the globally widespread and invasive Argentine ant (Linepithema humile)
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 108(14):5673-8.

Smith, CR, Smith, CD, Robertson, HM, Helmkampf, M, Zimin, A, Yandell, M, Holt, C, Hu, H, Abouheif, E, Benton, R, Cash, E, Croset, V, Currie, CR, Elhaik, E, Elsik, CG, Fave, MJ, Fernandes, V, Gibson, JD, Graur, D, Gronenberg, W, Grubbs, KJ, Hagen, DE, Viniegra, AS, Johnson, BR, Johnson, RM, Khila, A, Kim, JW, Mathis, KA, Munoz-Torres, MC, Murphy, MC, Mustard, JA, Nakamura, R, Niehuis, O, Nigam, S, Overson, RP, Placek, JE, Rajakumar, R, Reese, JT, Suen, G, Tao, S, Torres, CW, Tsutsui, ND, Viljakainen, L, Wolschin, F, and Gadau, J (2011).
Draft genome of the red harvester ant Pogonomyrmex barbatus
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 108(14):5667-72.

Khila, A and Abouheif, E (2010).
Evaluating the role of reproductive constraints in ant social evolution
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 365(1540):617-30.

Shbailat, SJ, Khila, A, and Abouheif, E (2010).
Correlations between spatiotemporal changes in gene expression and apoptosis underlie wing polyphenism in the ant Pheidole morrisi
Evol Dev, 12(6):580-91.

Khila, A and Abouheif, E (2009).
In situ hybridization on ant ovaries and embryos
Cold Spring Harb Protoc, 2009(7):pdb prot5250.

Khila, A, Abouheif, E, and Rowe, L (2009).
Evolution of a novel appendage ground plan in water striders is driven by changes in the Hox gene Ultrabithorax
PLoS Genet, 5(7):e1000583.

Khila, A and Abouheif, E (2008).
Reproductive constraint is a developmental mechanism that maintains social harmony in advanced ant societies
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 105(46):17884-9.

Grbic, M, Khila, A, Lee, KZ, Bjelica, A, Grbic, V, Whistlecraft, J, Verdon, L, Navajas, M, and Nagy, L (2007).
Mity model: Tetranychus urticae, a candidate for chelicerate model organism
Bioessays, 29(5):489-96.

Khila, A and Grbic, M (2007).
Gene silencing in the spider mite Tetranychus urticae: dsRNA and siRNA parental silencing of the Distal-less gene
Dev Genes Evol, 217(3):241-51.

El Haidani, AKAHAHAVA and K.S., I (2005).
Study of the olive fruits infestation by Bactrocera oleae in the area of fez in Morocco and their fertility in the laboratory.
Mor. J. Biol., 1:19-29.

Khila, A, El Haidani, A, Vincent, A, Payre, F, and Souda, SI (2003).
The dual function of ovo/shavenbaby in germline and epidermis differentiation is conserved between Drosophila melanogaster and the olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae
Insect Biochem Mol Biol, 33(7):691-9.

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