Julie A Reynolds


Research Scientist

About


I am a comparative physiologist who uses insects to study how animals adapt to changing environments. 

Publications


Noncoding RNA Regulation of Dormant States in Evolutionarily Diverse Animals


Julie A Reynolds


The Biological Bulletin, 2019, pp. 192-209


Evidence that microRNAs are part of the molecular toolkit regulating adult reproductive diapause in the mosquito, Culex pipiens.


Megan E. Meuti, Robin Bautista-Jimenez, Julie A. Reynolds


PLOS ONE, vol. 13(11), 2018 Oct 28


Evolutionary transition from blood feeding to obligate nonbiting in a mosquito.


William E. Bradshaw, Joshua Burkhart, John K. Colbourne, Rudyard Borowczak, Jacqueline Lopez, David L. Denlinger, Julie A. Reynolds, Michael E. Pfrender, Christina M. Holzapfel


Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 115(5), 2018 29, pp. 1009-1014


Changes in microRNA abundance may regulate diapause in the flesh fly, Sarcophaga bullata.


Julie A. Reynolds, Justin T. Peyton, David L. Denlinger


Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2017 Mar 30, pp. 1-14


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Research




Molecular Regulation of Insect Diapause


Diapause is a type of dormancy that allows insects, and other animals, to survive seasons of inhospitable environmental conditions.  The main focus of my research is understanding the physiological, biochemical, and molecular changes that occur when in...

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Outreach


Using curiosity to teach science to people of all ages.



Contact


Julie A Reynolds


Research Scientist


reynolds​.473​@osu​.edu

Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology


Ohio State University


300 Aronoff Lab
318 W 12th Ave
Columbus OH 43210