Julie Lesnik
Julie Lesnik
Wayne State University, University of Michigan, Northeastern Illinois University, University of
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Brain size at birth throughout human evolution: a new method for estimating neonatal brain size in hominins
JM DeSilva, JJ Lesnik
Journal of human evolution 55 (6), 1064-1074, 2008
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Chimpanzee neonatal brain size: Implications for brain growth in Homo erectus
J DeSilva, J Lesnik
Journal of Human Evolution 51 (2), 207-212, 2006
1222006
Termites in the hominin diet: A meta-analysis of termite genera, species and castes as a dietary supplement for South African robust australopithecines
JJ Lesnik
Journal of human evolution 71, 94-104, 2014
332014
Bone tool texture analysis and the role of termites in the diet of South African hominids
JJ Lesnik
PaleoAnthropology 268, 281, 2011
182011
Edible insects and human evolution
JJ Lesnik
University Press of Florida, 2018
152018
Not just a fallback food: global patterns of insect consumption related to geography, not agriculture
JJ Lesnik
American Journal of Human Biology 29 (4), e22976, 2017
142017
Edible insects and their uses in North America; past, present and future
M Shockley, J Lesnik, RN Allen, AF Muñoz
Edible insects in sustainable food systems, 55-79, 2018
112018
The Interdigital Brace and Other Grips for Termite Nest Perforation by Chimpanzees of the G oualougo T riangle, R epublic of C ongo
JJ Lesnik, CM Sanz, DB Morgan
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 157 (2), 252-259, 2015
102015
The efficiency of stone and bone tools for opening termite mounds: implications for hominid tool use at Swartkrans
J Lesnik, JF Thackeray
South African Journal of Science 103 (9-10), 354-356, 2007
102007
Fostering strategies to expand the consumption of edible insects: the value of a tripartite coalition between academia, industry, and government
JB Mason, R Black, SL Booth, A Brentano, B Broadbent, P Connolly, ...
Current developments in nutrition 2 (8), nzy056, 2018
92018
Taxonomic features and comparisons of the gut microbiome from two edible fungus-farming termites (Macrotermes falciger; M. natalensis) harvested in the …
SL Schnorr, CA Hofman, SR Netshifhefhe, FD Duncan, TP Honap, ...
BMC microbiology 19 (1), 164, 2019
52019
Mapping activity patterns through Musculoskeletal Stress Markers: Vertebral anomalies of a Middle Horizon population in the north-central highlands of Peru
LM Calabria, SK Becker, JJ Lesnik, RE Bria
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153, 88-89, 2014
32014
Modeling genetic complexity in the classroom
JJ Lesnik
The American Biology Teacher 80 (2), 140-142, 2018
22018
Tools and Termites: Implications for the Foraging Behavior of the Swartkrans Hominids.
JJ Lesnik
22011
Using Resampling Statistics to Test Male Interment Bias: Applications for Looted and Commingled Prehistoric Remains in Peru and the Reassessment of Neandertal Burials
JJ Lesnik, AJ Sams
PaleoAnthropology 463, 469, 2014
12014
Analysis of crown heights of equid dentition from sites in the Cradle of Humankind: behavioural implications
JF Thackeray, J Lesnik
Annals of the Transvaal Museum 43 (1), 118-120, 2006
12006
Interpreting ancient human migration in the Peruvian Andes with co-evolutionary insect genetics
KC Jorgensen, C Fan, J Alcazar, N Mujica, CV Cobian, JJ Lesnik
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 171, 133-134, 2020
2020
A Special Issue on Insects as Feed and Food as Tribute to Dr. Marianne Clopton Shockley (vol 112, pg 497, 2019)
JK Tomberlin, VJ Stull, J Lesnik, FW Shockley
ANNALS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA 113 (1), 65-65, 2020
2020
4 The Strangeness of Not Eating Insects
JJ Lesnik
Evaluating Evidence in Biological Anthropology: The Strange and the Familiar …, 2019
2019
The Colonial/Imperial History of Insect Food Avoidance in the United States
JJ Lesnik
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 112 (6), 560-565, 2019
2019
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