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Carl Nick Keiser
Carl Nick Keiser
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, University of Florida
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The keystone individual concept: an ecological and evolutionary overview
AP Modlmeier, CN Keiser, JV Watters, A Sih, JN Pruitt
Animal Behaviour 89, 53-62, 2014
2112014
Personality composition is more important than group size in determining collective foraging behaviour in the wild
CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1796), 20141424, 2014
1002014
Exploring the effects of individual traits and within-colony variation on task differentiation and collective behavior in a desert social spider
CN Keiser, DK Jones, AP Modlmeier, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (5), 839-850, 2014
712014
Open science isn’t always open to all scientists
C Bahlai, LJ Bartlett, KR Burgio, AMV Fournier, CN Keiser, T Poisot, ...
American Scientist 107 (2), 78-82, 2019
682019
Predator and prey activity levels jointly influence the outcome of long-term foraging bouts
K Sweeney, B Cusack, F Armagost, T O’Brien, CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology 24 (5), 1205-1210, 2013
652013
Integrating animal personality into insect population and community ecology
AP Modlmeier, CN Keiser, CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, JN Pruitt
Current Opinion in Insect Science 9, 77-85, 2015
562015
Species-specific influence of group composition on collective behaviors in ants
AP Modlmeier, CN Keiser, TA Shearer, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68, 1929-1937, 2014
532014
Individual differences in boldness influence patterns of social interactions and the transmission of cuticular bacteria among group-mates
CN Keiser, N Pinter-Wollman, DA Augustine, MJ Ziemba, L Hao, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1829), 20160457, 2016
502016
Transgenerational Behavioral Plasticity in a Parthenogenetic Insect in Response to Increased Predation Risk
CN Keiser, EB Mondor
Journal of Insect Behavior, 1-11, 2013
382013
Colony personality composition alters colony-level plasticity and magnitude of defensive behaviour in a social spider
CM Wright, CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Animal behaviour 115, 175-183, 2016
312016
The effect of keystone individuals on collective outcomes can be mediated through interactions or behavioral persistence
N Pinter-Wollman, CN Keiser, R Wollman, JN Pruitt
The American Naturalist 188 (2), 240-252, 2016
292016
Exploring how a shift in the physical environment shapes individual and group behavior across two social contexts
CN Keiser, AP Modlmeier, N Singh, DK Jones, JN Pruitt
Ethology 120 (8), 825-833, 2014
292014
Personality composition alters the transmission of cuticular bacteria in social groups
CN Keiser, KA Howell, N Pinter-Wollman, JN Pruitt
Biology letters 12 (7), 20160297, 2016
272016
The emerging field of venom-microbiomics for exploring venom as a microenvironment, and the corresponding Initiative for Venom Associated Microbes and Parasites (iVAMP)
S Ul-Hasan, E Rodríguez-Román, AM Reitzel, RMM Adams, V Herzig, ...
Toxicon: X 4, 100016, 2019
262019
Spider aggressiveness determines the bidirectional consequences of host–inquiline interactions
CN Keiser, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology 25, 142-151, 2014
252014
Warring arthropod societies: social spider colonies can delay annihilation by predatory ants via reduced apparency and increased group size
CN Keiser, CM Wright, JN Pruitt
Behavioural processes 119, 14-21, 2015
242015
Queen presence mediates the relationship between collective behaviour and disease susceptibility in ant colonies
CN Keiser, S Vojvodic, IO Butler, E Sartain, VHW Rudolf, JB Saltz
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (2), 379-387, 2018
232018
Increased bacterial load can reduce or negate the effects of keystone individuals on group collective behaviour
CN Keiser, CM Wright, JN Pruitt
Animal Behaviour 114, 211-218, 2016
192016
Putative microbial defenses in a social spider: immune variation and antibacterial properties of colony silk
CN Keiser, AE DeMarco, TA Shearer, JA Robertson, JN Pruitt
The Journal of Arachnology 43 (3), 394-399, 2015
192015
The primary case is not enough: Variation among individuals, groups and social networks modify bacterial transmission dynamics
CN Keiser, N Pinter‐Wollman, MJ Ziemba, KS Kothamasu, JN Pruitt
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (2), 369-378, 2018
182018
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