Publications

Undergraduate co-authors are underlined.

  • Haselsteiner, A., C. Gilbert, and J. Wang. 2014. Tiger beetles pursue prey using a proportional control law with a delay of one half stride. Jour. Roy. Soc. Interface 11: (Accepted, in press)
  • Kuenen, L.P.S., C. Gilbert, J. Siegel.  2014. Flying slower: Floor pattern object size affects orthokinetic responses during moth flight to sex pheromone. Jour Insect Behavior 27:  (Accepted, in press)
  • Zurek, D. and C. Gilbert. 2014. Static antennae act as locomotory guides that compensate for visual motion blur in a diurnal, keen-eyed predator. Proc Roy Soc Lond B 281: 20133072
  • Villarreal, S.M. and C. Gilbert, 2013. Female acoustic reply to variation in the male call in a duetting katydid, Scudderia pistillata. Behaviour, 150:525-546.
  • Gilbert, C. 2013. Brain Connectivity: Revealing the fly visual motion circuit. Current Biology, 23: 851-853
  • Gilbert, C. and D.B. Zurek. 2012.  Visual neuroscience: How flies segregate moving objects from the optic flow field. Current Biology 22: 565-567.
  • Villarreal, S.M. and C. Gilbert, 2011. The unique counting call of a katydid, Scudderia pistillata (Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae). Anna. Entom. Soc. Amer. 104(5):945-951.
  • Gilbert, C. 2008.  Visual neuroscience: Molecular approaches elucidate motion detecting circuitry. Current Biology 18:745-748.
  • Gilbert, C. and L.P.S. Kuenen. 2008.  Multimodal integration:  Visual cues help odor-seeking flies straighten up and fly right. Current Biology 18:295-297.
  • Gilbert, C. and M.P. Kim. 2007. Effects of male age and cervical proprioceptors on sexual aerial pursuit by male flesh flies, Neobellieria bullata (Diptera: Sarcophagidae). Jour. Insect Behavior, 20:427-435.
  • Gilbert, C. 2007. Hypercomplex cells in the arthropod visual system.  Current Biology 17: 412-414.
  • Layne, J., P.W. Chen, and C. Gilbert. 2006. The role of target elevation in prey selection by tiger beetles (Carabidae: Cicindela spp.).  Jour. Exp. Biol. 209:4295-4303.
  • Krans, J., C. Gilbert, and R. Hoy, 2006. Teaching insect retinal physiology with newly designed, inexpensive micromanipulators.  Adv. Physiol. Educ. 30:254-261.
  • Paulk, A.C. and C. Gilbert.  2006. Proprioceptive encoding of head position in the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens (L.) (Stratiomyidae). Jour. Exp. Biol. 209:3913-3924.
  • Gilbert C. and C. Klass.  2006. Decrease in geographic range of the Finger Lakes Brood (Brood VII) of the periodical cicada (Homoptera: Cicadidae: Magicicada spp.). Jour. New York Entomol. Soc.  114(1-2):78-85.
  • Gilbert, C. and E. Bauer, 1998.  Resistance reflex that maintains upright head posture in the fleshfly Neobellieria bullata  (Sarcophagidae). Jour. Exp. Biol. 201: 2735-2744.
  • Gilbert, C. 1997. Visual control of cursorial prey pursuit by tiger beetles (Cicindelidae). Jour. Comp. Physiol. A 181:217-230.
  • Gilbert, C. and R.S. Edgecomb, 1996.  Description of a prosternal sensory organ in a wood gnat (Diptera: Anisopodidae).  Jour. KS. Entomol. Soc. 69 (4) Suppl.: 61-66.
  • Abebe Leta, M., C. Gilbert, and R. Morse, 1996. Levels of haemolymph sugars and body  glycogen of honeybees(Apis mellifera L.) from colonies preparing to swarm. J. Insect Physiol. 42: 239-245.
  • Gilbert, C., W. Gronenberg, and N.J. Strausfeld, 1995.  Oculomotor control in calliphorid flies: Head movements during activation and inhibition of neck motor neurons corroborates neuroanatomical predictions. J. Comp. Neurol. 361:285-297.
  • Strausfeld, N.J., B. Kong, J. Milde, C. Gilbert, and L. Ramaiah,  1995.  Oculomotor control in calliphorid  flies:  GABAergic organization in heterolateral inhibitory pathways.  J. Comp. Neurol. 361:298-320.
  • Gilbert, C.  1994.  Form and function of stemmata in larvae of holometabolous insects.  Annu. Rev. Entomol. 39: 323-349.
  • Matteson, N., I. Terry, A. Ascoli-Christenson, and C. Gilbert, 1992.  Spectral efficiency of the western flower thrips Frankliniella  occidentalis.  Jour. Insect Physiol. 38:453-459.
  • Strausfeld, N.J. and C. Gilbert, 1992. Small-field neurons associated with oculomotor control in muscoid flies: cellular organization.  Jour. Comp. Neurol. 316:56-71.
  • Gilbert, C. and N.J. Strausfeld, 1992. Small-field neurons associated with oculomotor and optomotor control in muscoid flies: functional organization.  Jour. Comp. Neurol. 316:72-86.
  • Gilbert, C. and N.J. Strausfeld, 1991.  Functional organization of male specific visual neurons in flies. Jour. Comp. Physiol. A 169:395-411.
  • Gilbert, C., D. Penisten, and R.D. DeVoe, 1991.  Discrimination of visual motion from flicker by  identified neurons in the medulla of the fleshfly Sarcophaga. Jour. Comp. Physiol.A   168:653-673.
  • Gilbert, C. 1990. Membrane conductance changes associated with the response of motion sensitive insect visual neurons.  Zeit. Naturforsch., 45c:1222-1224.
  • Gilbert, C. 1989.  Visual determinants of escape in tiger beetle larvae (Cicindelidae). Jour. Insect Behav. 2:557-574.
  • Rayor, L.S., A. Brody, and C. Gilbert, 1987.  Hibernation in Gunnison’s prairie dog.  Jour. Mammal. 68:147-150.
  • Gilbert, C. 1986.  A morphological and cinematographic analysis of tiger beetle predatory behavior (Carabidae: Cicindelinae).  In: P. den Boer, M.L. Luff, D. Mossakowski, and F. Weber (Eds.),  Carabid Beetles, their adaptations and dynamics, pp.97-111.  G. Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, 551 p.
  • Gilbert, C. and L.S. Rayor, 1985.  Predatory behavior of spitting spiders (Araneae: Scytodidae) and the evolution of prey wrapping.  Jour. Arachnol., 13:231-241.
  • Gilbert, C. and L.S. Rayor, 1983.  First record of Mantisfly (Neuroptera: Mantispidae) parasitizing a spitting spider (Scytodidae).  Jour. KS Entomol. Soc. 56:578-580.
  • Wetzel, M.J. and C. Gilbert, 1981. Oligochaeta (Earthworms).  In: Guide to Freshwater Invertebrates of the Midwest. KS State Biol. Surv. Tech. Bull.  11:15-22.
  • Wetzel, M.J. and C. Gilbert, 1981. Hirudinea (Leeches).  In: Guide to Freshwater Invertebrates of the Midwest. KS State Biol. Surv. Tech. Bull.  11:9-14.
  • Wetzel, M.J., C. Gilbert, and M.B. Dubois, 1981. Introduction to the non-arthropod groups.  In: Guide to Freshwater Invertebrates of the Midwest. KS State Biol.Surv. Tech. Bull. 11:4-8.
  • Gilbert, C. 1980. New records of Kansas Hydrophilidae: Epimetopus, Helochares, Hydrochus, Laccobius, and Tropisternus (Insecta: Coleoptera).  KS State Biol. Surv. Tech. Bull., 9:54-59.
  • Gilbert, C. 1979. New records of Kansas Hydrophilidae (Insecta: Coleoptera).  KS State Biol. Surv. Tech. Bull. 8:23-30.

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