Scott Powell
Scott Powell
Associate Professor of Biology, George Washington University
Zweryfikowany adres z email.gwu.edu - Strona główna
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Stability and phylogenetic correlation in gut microbiota: lessons from ants and apes
JG Sanders, S Powell, DJC Kronauer, HL Vasconcelos, ME Frederickson, ...
Molecular Ecology 23 (6), 1268-1283, 2014
Ecological specialization and the evolution of a specialized caste in Cephalotes ants
S Powell
Functional Ecology 22 (5), 902-911, 2008
Shaking a leg and hot to trot: the effects of body size and temperature on running speed in ants
AH Hurlbert, F Ballantyne, S Powell
Ecological Entomology, 2008
Group size and its effects on collective organization
A Dornhaus, S Powell, S Bengston
Annual review of entomology 57, 123-141, 2012
Army ants dynamically adjust living bridges in response to a cost–benefit trade-off
CR Reid, MJ Lutz, S Powell, AB Kao, ID Couzin, S Garnier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (49), 15113-15118, 2015
Canopy connectivity and the availability of diverse nesting resources affect species coexistence in arboreal ants
S Powell, AN Costa, CT Lopes, HL Vasconcelos
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (2), 352-360, 2011
Ecology and the evolution of worker morphological diversity: a comparative analysis with Eciton army ants
S Powell, NR Franks
Functional Ecology, 1105-1114, 2006
Combat between large derived societies: a subterranean army ant established as a predator of mature leaf-cutting ant colonies
S Powell, E Clark
Insectes Sociaux 51, 342-351, 2004
Correlates and consequences of worker polymorphism in ants
BD Wills, S Powell, MD Rivera, AV Suarez
Annual review of entomology 63, 575-598, 2018
How ecology shapes caste evolution: linking resource use, morphology, performance and fitness in a superorganism
S Powell
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (5), 1004-1013, 2009
Foraging and defence strategies
A Dornhaus, S Powell
Ant ecology 210, 230, 2010
Ritualized conflict in Odontomachus brunneus and the generation of interaction-based task allocation: a new organizational mechanism in ants
S Powell, WR Tschinkel
Animal Behaviour 58 (5), 965-972, 1999
Army ants in four forests: geographic variation in raid rates and species composition
S O'DONNELL, J Lattke, S Powell, M Kaspari
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (3), 580-589, 2007
Renewed diversification is associated with new ecological opportunity in the N eotropical turtle ants
SL Price, S Powell, DJC Kronauer, LAP Tran, NE Pierce, RK Wayne
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (2), 242-258, 2014
Caste evolution and ecology: a special worker for novel prey
S Powell, NR Franks
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1577), 2173-2180, 2005
Predation and patchiness in the tropical litter: do swarm‐raiding army ants skim the cream or drain the bottle?
M Kaspari, S Powell, J Lattke, S O’Donnell
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (4), 818-823, 2011
Exceptionally high levels of multiple mating in an army ant
AJ Denny, NR Franks, S Powell, KJ Edwards
Naturwissenschaften 91, 396-399, 2004
Co‐occurrence patterns in a diverse arboreal ant community are explained more by competition than habitat requirements
F Camarota, S Powell, A S. Melo, G Priest, R J. Marquis, H L. Vasconcelos
Ecology and Evolution 6 (24), 8907-8918, 2016
A comparative perspective on the ecology of morphological diversification in complex societies: nesting ecology and soldier evolution in the turtle ants
S Powell
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70, 1075-1085, 2016
How a few help all: living pothole plugs speed prey delivery in the army ant Eciton burchellii
S Powell, NR Franks
Animal Behaviour 73 (6), 1067-1076, 2007
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