Peer-Reviewed Publications

*undergraduate

Stellwagen, S. D., Sarkes, D. A., Adams, B. L., Hunt, M. A., Renberg, R. L., Hurley, M. M., Stratis-Cullum, D. N. 2019. The Next Generation of Biopanning: Next Gen Sequencing Improves Analysis of Bacterial Display LibrariesBMC Biotechnology. Accepted. 

Stellwagen, S. D., Culin, J. D. 2019. Diversity and habitat distributions of ground-surface spiders (Araneae) in Kings Mountain National Military Park, South Carolina. Southeastern Naturalist. In press. 

Stellwagen, S. D., Renberg, R. L. 2019. Toward Spider Glue: Long-read scaffolding for extreme length and repetitious silk family genes AgSp1 and AgSp2 with insights into functional adaptation. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 9(6): 1909-1919.

Stellwagen, S. D., Opell, B. D., Clouse, M. E.* 2016. The impact of UVA on the glycoprotein glue of orb-weaving spider capture thread from a diurnal and a nocturnal species (Araneae: Araneidae). Journal of Arachnology  44(3): 401-404.

Stellwagen, S. D., Opell, B. D., Clouse, M. E.*  2015. The impact of UVB radiation on the glycoprotein glue of orb-weaving spider capture thread. COVER Journal of Experimental Biology 218(17): 2675-2684.

Stellwagen, S. D., Opell, B. D., Short, K. G.* 2014. Temperature mediates the effect of humidity on the viscoelasticity of glycoprotein glue within the droplets of an orb-weaving spider’s prey capture threads. Journal of Experimental Biology 217: 1563-1569.

Under Review

Opell, B. D., Stellwagen, S. D. Material properties of Argiope trifasciata glycoprotein glue change during orb web construction.