Christen Mirth
Christen Mirth
School of Biological Sciences, Monash University
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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
4162005
Size assessment and growth control: how adult size is determined in insects
CK Mirth, LM Riddiford
Bioessays 29 (4), 344-355, 2007
3622007
The developmental control of size in insects
HF Nijhout, LM Riddiford, C Mirth, AW Shingleton, Y Suzuki, V Callier
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Developmental Biology 3 (1), 113-134, 2014
2012014
Integrating body and organ size in Drosophila: recent advances and outstanding problems
CK Mirth, AW Shingleton
Frontiers in endocrinology 3, 49, 2012
1482012
Juvenile hormone regulates body size and perturbs insulin signaling in Drosophila
CK Mirth, HY Tang, SC Makohon-Moore, S Salhadar, RH Gokhale, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (19), 7018-7023, 2014
1442014
A role for juvenile hormone in the prepupal development of Drosophila melanogaster
LM Riddiford, JW Truman, CK Mirth, Y Shen
Development 137 (7), 1117-1126, 2010
1412010
Nutritional control of body size through FoxO-Ultraspiracle mediated ecdysone biosynthesis
T Koyama, MA Rodrigues, A Athanasiadis, AW Shingleton, CK Mirth
Elife 3, e03091, 2014
1032014
The ecdysone receptor controls the post-critical weight switch to nutrition-independent differentiation in Drosophila wing imaginal discs
CK Mirth, JW Truman, LM Riddiford
Development 136 (14), 2345-2353, 2009
1022009
Developmental model of static allometry in holometabolous insects
AW Shingleton, CK Mirth, PW Bates
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1645), 1875-1885, 2008
992008
Mechanisms regulating nutrition-dependent developmental plasticity through organ-specific effects in insects
T Koyama, C Mendes, CK Mirth
Frontiers in physiology 4, 263, 2013
902013
Growth-blocking peptides as nutrition-sensitive signals for insulin secretion and body size regulation
T Koyama, CK Mirth
PLoS biology 14 (2), e1002392, 2016
822016
Drosophila melanogaster larvae make nutritional choices that minimize developmental time
MA Rodrigues, NE Martins, LF Balancé, LN Broom, AJS Dias, ...
Journal of insect physiology 81, 69-80, 2015
812015
Ecdysone promotes growth of imaginal discs through the regulation of Thor in D. melanogaster
L Herboso, MM Oliveira, A Talamillo, C Pérez, M González, D Martín, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-14, 2015
602015
Joint development in the Drosophila leg: cell movements and cell populations
C Mirth, M Akam
Developmental biology 246 (2), 391-406, 2002
492002
Adaptation to new nutritional environments: larval performance, foraging decisions, and adult oviposition choices in Drosophila suzukii
NF Silva-Soares, A Nogueira-Alves, P Beldade, CK Mirth
BMC ecology 17 (1), 1-13, 2017
412017
Unravelling the diversity of mechanisms through which nutrition regulates body size in insects
T Koyama, CK Mirth
Current opinion in insect science 25, 1-8, 2018
372018
Allometry and size control: what can studies of body size regulation teach us about the evolution of morphological scaling relationships?
CK Mirth, WA Frankino, AW Shingleton
Current opinion in insect science 13, 93-98, 2016
372016
Differences in larval nutritional requirements and female oviposition preference reflect the order of fruit colonization of Zaprionus indianus and Drosophila simulans
C Matavelli, MJA Carvalho, NE Martins, CK Mirth
Journal of insect physiology 82, 66-74, 2015
362015
Stage-Specific Plasticity in Ovary Size Is Regulated by Insulin/Insulin-Like Growth Factor and Ecdysone Signaling in Drosophila
CC Mendes, CK Mirth
Genetics 202 (2), 703-719, 2016
342016
The Ol1mpiad: concordance of behavioural faculties of stage 1 and stage 3 Drosophila larvae
MJ Almeida-Carvalho, D Berh, A Braun, Y Chen, K Eichler, C Eschbach, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (13), 2452-2475, 2017
332017
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