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Christine Boake

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Tennessee State University
United States of America


DR. Christine Boake has completed her PhD in 1982 From Cornell University and Presently working as Professor at University of Tennessee.  

Research Interest

Behavioral evolution, genetics  


  • Boake CR, Gavrilets S. On the evolution of premating isolation after a founder event. The American Naturalist. 1998 Nov;152(5):706-16.

  • Boake CR, DeAngelis MP, Andreadis DK. Is sexual selection and species recognition a continuum? Mating behavior of the stalk-eyed fly Drosophila heteroneura. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 1997 Nov 11;94(23):12442-5.

  • Boake CR, Shelly TE, Kaneshiro KY. Sexual selection in relation to pest-management strategies. Annual review of entomology. 1996 Jan;41(1):211-29.

  • Price DK, Boake CR. Behavioral reproductive isolation inDrosophila silvestris, D. heteroneura, and their F 1 hybrids (Diptera: Drosophilidae). Journal of Insect Behavior. 1995 Sep 1;8(5):595-616.

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