Lynn Riddiford
Lynn Riddiford
Professor of Biology Emerita
Verified email at uw.edu
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Pheromone binding and inactivation by moth antennae
RG Vogt, LM Riddiford
Nature 293 (5828), 161-163, 1981
11761981
Cellular and molecular actions of juvenile hormone I. General considerations and premetamorphic actions
LM Riddiford
Advances in insect physiology 24, 213-274, 1994
6741994
Ecdysone receptors and their biological actions
LM Riddiford, P Cherbas, JW Truman
Academic Press 60, 1-73, 2000
5732000
The juvenile hormone signaling pathway in insect development
M Jindra, SR Palli, LM Riddiford
Annual review of entomology 58, 2013
5152013
Insights into the molecular basis of the hormonal control of molting and metamorphosis from Manduca sexta and Drosophila melanogaster
LM Riddiford, K Hiruma, X Zhou, CA Nelson
Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 33 (12), 1327-1338, 2003
5072003
Hormone action at the cellular level
LM Riddiford
Comprehensive insect physiology, biochemistry, and pharmacology 8, 37-84, 1985
4601985
Physiology of insect rhythms: I. Circadian organization of the endocrine events underlying the moulting cycle of larval tobacco hornworms
JW Truman
Journal of Experimental Biology 57 (3), 805-820, 1972
460*1972
The origins of insect metamorphosis
JW Truman, LM Riddiford
Nature 401 (6752), 447-452, 1999
4561999
Hormones and Drosophila development
LM RIDDIFORD
The development of Drosophila melanogaster 2, 899-940, 1993
4501993
The role of the prothoracic gland in determining critical weight for metamorphosis in Drosophila melanogaster
C Mirth, JW Truman, LM Riddiford
Current Biology 15 (20), 1796-1807, 2005
4192005
Kinetic properties of a sex pheromone-degrading enzyme: the sensillar esterase of Antheraea polyphemus
RG Vogt, LM Riddiford, GD Prestwich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 82 (24), 8827-8831, 1985
4061985
Endocrine insights into the evolution of metamorphosis in insects
JW Truman, LM Riddiford
Annual review of entomology 47 (1), 467-500, 2002
4002002
Size assessment and growth control: how adult size is determined in insects
CK Mirth, LM Riddiford
Bioessays 29 (4), 344-355, 2007
3662007
Structure and expression of a Manduca sexta larval cuticle gene homologous to Drosophila cuticle genes
JE Rebers, LM Riddiford
Journal of molecular biology 203 (2), 411-423, 1988
3601988
Physiology of insect rhythms: III. The temporal organization of the endocrine events underlying pupation of the tobacco hornworm
JW Truman, LM Riddiford
Journal of Experimental Biology 60 (2), 371-382, 1974
3301974
Broad specifies pupal development and mediates the ‘status quo’action of juvenile hormone on the pupal-adult transformation in Drosophila and Manduca
X Zhou, LM Riddiford
Development 129 (9), 2259-2269, 2002
3072002
Hormone receptors and the regulation of insect metamorphosis
LM Riddiford, JW Truman
American Zoologist 33 (3), 340-347, 1993
2831993
Neuroendocrine control of ecdysis in silkmoths
JW Truman, LM Riddiford
Science 167 (3925), 1624-1626, 1970
2801970
JUVENILE HORMONE TITERS IN THE HEMOLYMPH DURING LATE LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOBACCO HORNWORM, MANDUCA SEXTA (L.)
MJ Fain, LM Riddiford
The Biological Bulletin 149 (3), 506-521, 1975
2661975
How does juvenile hormone control insect metamorphosis and reproduction?
LM Riddiford
General and comparative endocrinology 179 (3), 477-484, 2012
2602012
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