Rachel Lasley-Rasher
Rachel Lasley-Rasher
Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Southern Maine
Verified email at maine.edu
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Predation risk suppresses mating success and offspring production in the coastal marine copepod, Eurytemora herdmani
RS Lasley-Rasher, J Yen
Limnology and oceanography 57 (2), 433-440, 2012
282012
Predation constrains host choice for a marine mesograzer
RS Lasley-Rasher, DB Rasher, ZH Marion, RB Taylor, ME Hay
Marine Ecology Progress Series 434, 91-99, 2011
242011
Non-consumptive effects of predator presence on copepod reproduction: insights from a mesocosm experiment
J Heuschele, S Ceballos, CMA Borg, O Bjærke, S Isari, R Lasley-Rasher, ...
Marine biology 161 (7), 1653-1666, 2014
222014
It takes guts to locate elusive crustacean prey
RS Lasley-Rasher, DC Brady, BE Smith, PA Jumars
Marine Ecology Progress Series 538, 1-12, 2015
122015
Intoxicated copepods: ingesting toxic phytoplankton leads to risky behaviour
RS Lasley-Rasher, K Nagel, A Angra, J Yen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1829), 20160176, 2016
112016
Effects of climate change on coastal ecosystem food webs: Implications for aquaculture
EJ Chapman, CJ Byron, R Lasley-Rasher, C Lipsky, JR Stevens, R Peters
Marine Environmental Research 162, 105103, 2020
42020
Assessing the in situ fertilization status of two marine copepod species, Temora longicornis and Eurytemora herdmani; how common are unfertilized eggs in nature?
RS Lasley-Rasher, AM Kramer, V Burdett-Coutts, J Yen
PloS one 9 (11), e112920, 2014
32014
Phylogeography of Neomysis americana (Crustacea, Mysida), focusing on the St. Lawrence system (vol 41, pg 723, 2019)
G Cortial, R Woodland, R Lasley-Rasher, G Winkler
JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH 42 (2), 253-253, 2020
2020
Phylogeography of Neomysis americana (Crustacea, Mysida), focusing on the St. Lawrence system
GÉ Cortial, R Woodland, R Lasley-Rasher, G Winkler
Journal of Plankton Research 41 (5), 723-739, 2019
2019
Diets, movement and growth rates of juvenile alewife in a north temperate estuary
KA Wilson, A Webb, G LaBonte, R Lasley-Rasher, KE Limburg
24th Biennial CERF Conference, 2017
2017
The estuarine transition zone as a dynamic habitat for anadromous fishes in the Penobscot Estuary
R Lasley-Rasher, JR Stevens, KA Wilson, DC Brady
24th Biennial CERF Conference, 2017
2017
It takes guts to locate elusive crustacean prey
RS Lasley-Rasher, DC Brady, BE Smith, PA Jumars
American Geophysical Union 2016, ME33A-01, 2016
2016
Assessing the In Situ Fertilization Status of Two Marine Copepod Species
RS Lasley-Rasher, AM Kramer, V Burdett-Coutts, J Yen
Temora, 2014
2014
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