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Florek MC, Gilbert DP, Plague GR. 2014. Insertion sequence distribution bias in Archaea. Mobile Genetic Elements 4(1):e27829.  Supplemental Materials

Madden ME, Baxter M, Beauchamp H, Bouchard K, Habermas D, Huff M, Ladd B, Pearon J, Plague G. 2013.
Rethinking STEM education: an interdisciplinary STEAM curriculum. Procedia Computer Science 20:541-546.

Plague GR, Dougherty KM, Boodram KS, Boustani SE, Cao H, Manning SR, McNally CC. 2011. Relaxed natural
selection alone does not permit transposable element expansion within 4,000 generations in Escherichia coliGenetica
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Plague GR. 2010. Intergenic transposable elements are not randomly distributed in Bacteria. Genome Biology and Evolution
2:584-590.  Supplemental Materials

Plague GR, Voltaire G, Walsh BE, Dougherty KM. 2010. Rice weevils and maize weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
respond differently to disturbance of stored grain. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 103:683-687.

Dougherty KM, Plague GR. 2008. Transposable element loads are extremely variable in a bacterial symbiont of weevils.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74:7832-7834.
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Plague GR, Dunbar HE, Tran PL, Moran NA. 2008. Extensive proliferation of transposable elements in heritable
bacterial symbionts. Journal of Bacteriology 190:777-779.
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Moran NA, Plague GR. 2004. Genomic changes following host restriction in bacteria. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 14:627-633.

Ryan TJ, Plague GR. 2004. Hatching asynchrony, survival, and the fitness of alternative life cycles in Ambystoma talpoideumOecologia. 140:46-51.

Moran NA, Plague GR, Sandström JP, Wilcox JL. 2003. A genomic perspective on nutrient-provisioning by bacterial symbionts of insects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 100:14543-14548.

Plague GR, Dale C, Moran NA. 2003. Low and homogeneous copy number of plasmid-borne symbiont genes affecting
host nutrition in Buchnera aphidicola of the aphid Uroleucon ambrosiae. Molecular Ecology 12:1095-1100.

Plague GR, McArthur JV. 2003. Phenotypic plasticity of larval retreat design in a net-spinning caddisfly. Behavioral

Dale C, Plague GR, Wang B, Ochman H, Moran NA. 2002. Type III secretion systems and the evolution of mutualistic
endosymbiosis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 99:12397-12402.

Plague GR, Larson JH. 2002. Analysis of an apparent genetic cline in the stonefly Pteronarcys scotti (Plecoptera:
Pteronarcyidae). Journal of Entomological Science 37:278-280.

Plague GR, Mulvey M, Glenn TC, McArthur JV. 2001. Molecular genetic markers provide no evidence for reproductive
isolation among retreat building phenotypes of the net-spinning caddisfly Macrostemum carolina.
Molecular Ecology 10:243-248.

Plague GR, McArthur JV. 2000. Polymorphic larval retreats in the net-spinning caddisfly Macrostemum carolina
(Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae): form and putative function. 
Florida Entomologist 83:497-500.

Plague GR. 1999. Evolution of net-spinning caddisflies: a hypothetical mechanism for the reproductive isolation of
conspecific competitors. Oikos 87:204-208.

Plague GR, Wallace JB, Grubaugh JW. 1998. Linkages between trophic variability and distribution of Pteronarcys spp.
(Plecoptera: Pteronarcyidae) along a stream continuum. 
American Midland Naturalist 139:224-234.

Plague GR, McArthur JV. 1998. Genetic diversity vs geographic distribution of five congeneric caddisflies. Hydrobiologia

Plague GR. 1996. Examination of the feeding behavior of larval Tropisternus (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae). Journal of the
Kansas Entomological Society