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Submissions from 2015

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Data from: How do lizards determine dominance? Applying ranking algorithms to animal social behavior, Michele A. Johnson and Eduardo C. Balreira

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The Incredible Shrinking Dewlap: Signal Size, Skin Elasticity, and Mechanical Design in the Green Anole Lizard (Anolis Carolinensis), Simon P. Lailvaux, Jack Leifer, Bonnie K. Kircher, and Michele A. Johnson

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The Use of Commercial Bacterial Soil Inoculant Regime in an Urban Prairie Restoration, Wendy J. Leonard and Kelly G. Lyons

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Data from:, Troy G. Murphy

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Convergent evolution of brain morphology and communication modalities in lizards, Christopher D. Robinson, Michael S. Patton, Brittany M. Andre, and Michele A. Johnson

Migration and the Evolution of Sexual Dichromatism: Evolutionary Loss of Female Coloration with Migration among Wood-Warblers, Richard K. Simpson, Michele A. Johnson, and Troy G. Murphy

Submissions from 2014

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The evolution of copulation frequency and the mechanisms of reproduction in male Anolis lizards, Michele A. Johnson, Maria Veronica Lopez, Tara K. Whittle, Bonnie K. Kircher, A K. Dill, Divina Varghese, and Juli Wade

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Herbivory in the Northern Curly-tailed Lizard (Leiocephalus carinatus), Bonnie K. Kircher, Christopher D. Robinson, and Michele A. Johnson

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Blood parasite infection differentially relates to carotenoidbased plumage and bill color in the American goldfinch, David C. Lumpkin, Troy G. Murphy, and Keith A. Tarvin

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Same trait, different receiver response: unlike females, male American goldfinches do not signal status with bill colour, Troy G. Murphy, Joe A. West, T T. Pham, Lucy M. Cevallos, Richard K. Simpson, and Keith A. Tarvin

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Honesty of a dynamic female aggressive status signal: baseline testosterone relates to bill color in female American goldfinches, T T. Pham, Philip Queller, K A. Tarvin, and Troy G. Murphy

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Communal Nesting in the Cuban Twig Anole (Anolis angusticeps) from South Bimini, Bahamas, Christopher D. Robinson, Bonnie K. Kircher, and Michele A. Johnson

Submissions from 2013

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Effects of Human Land Use on Prey Availability and Body Condition in the Green Anole Lizard, Anolis Carolinensis, Andrew C. Battles, Tara K. Whittle, Chelsea M. Stehle, and Michele A. Johnson

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Colorful displays signal male quality in a tropical anole lizard, Ellee G. Cook, Troy G. Murphy, and Michele A. Johnson

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Sexual dimorphisms in habitat-specific morphology and behavior in the green anole lizard, A K. Dill, T J. Sanger, and A C. Battles

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Sexual dimorphisms in habitat-specific morphology and behavior in the green anole lizard, A K. Dill, T J. Sanger, Andrew C. Battles, and Michele A. Johnson

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Community and Ecosystem Effects of Buffelgrass (Pennisetum ciliare) and Nitrogen Deposition in the Sonoran Desert, Kelly G. Lyons, Baruk G. Maldonado-Leal, and Gigi Owen

Submissions from 2012

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Carotenoid-Based Ornaments of Female and Male American Goldfinches (Spinus tristis) Show Sex-Specific Correlations with Immune Function and Metabolic Rate, Ryan J. Kelly, Troy G. Murphy, Keith A. Tarvin, and Gary Burness

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Condition and brightness of structural blue-green: motmot tail-racket brightness is related to speed of feather growth in males, but not in females, Troy G. Murphy and T T. Pham

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Ornamental bill color rapidly signals changing condition, Malcolm F. Rosenthal, Troy G. Murphy, Nancy Darling, and Keith A. Tarvin

Comparative Seed Heat Tolerances Among Native and Non-indigenous Invasive Grassland Species, Erin Ruckman, Thomas Robinson, Kelly G. Lyons, and Susan Schwinning

It isn't always sexy when both are bright and shiny: considering alternatives to sexual selection in elaborate monomorphic species, Keith A. Tarvin and Troy G. Murphy

Submissions from 2011

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Relationships among reproductive morphology, behavior, and testosterone in a natural population of green anole lizards, Michele A. Johnson, Rachel E. Cohen, Joseph R. Vandecar, and Juli Wade

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AMPK directly inhibits NDPK through a phosphoserine switch to maintain cellular homeostasis, Rob U. Onyenwoke, Lawrence J. Forsberg, Lucy Liu, Tyisha Williams, Oscar Alzate, and Jay E. Brenman

Effects of Phenology at Burn Time on Post-Fire Recovery in an Invasive C4 Grass, Erin Ruckman, Susan Schwinning, and Kelly G. Lyons

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AMPK kinase activity is not required for neuronal development but regulates axogenesis during metabolic stress, Tyisha Williams, Julien Courchet, and Benoit Viollet

Submissions from 2010

Using Student-Generated UV-Induced Escherichia coli Mutants in a Directed Inquiry Undergraduate Genetics Laboratory, Frank G. Healy and Kevin D. Livingstone

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The Burden of Motherhood: The Effect of Reproductive Load on Female Lizard Locomotor, Foraging, and Social Behavior, Michele A. Johnson, Jessica L. Caton, Rachel E. Cohen, Joseph R. Vandecar, and Juli Wade

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Behavioural display systems across nine Anolis lizard species: sexual dimorphisms in structure and function, Michele A. Johnson and Juli Wade

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Differences in Ultrasonic Vocalizations between Wild and Laboratory California Mice (Peromyscus californicus), Matina C. Kalcounis-Rueppell, Radmila Petric, Jessica R. Briggs, Catherine Carney, Matthew M. Marshall, John T. Willse, David O. Ribble, and Janet P. Crossland

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Identification of a Nuclear Export Signal in the Catalytic Subunit of AMP-activated Protein Kinase, Nevzat Kazgan, Tyisha Williams, Lawrence J. Forsberg, and Jay E. Brenman

Early Decomposition of Ashe Juniper (Juniperus ashei) Wood in Open and Shaded Habitat, Kelly G. Lyons and Whitney A. McCarthy

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Distribution and Ecotypic Variation of the Invasive Annual Barb Goatgrass (Aegiolops triuncialis) on Serpentine Soil, Kelly G. Lyons, A M. Shapiro, and Mark W. Schwartz

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Breeding biology and longevity of Russet-crowned Motmots in central Mexico, Troy G. Murphy, Vanya G. Rohwer, and Edwin Scholes

Submissions from 2009

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The round-eared sengi and the evolution of social monogamy: factors that constrain males to live with a single female, Melanie Schubert, Neville Pillay, David O. Ribble, and Carsten Schradin

Male mate guarding in a socially monogamous mammal, the round-eared sengi: on costs and trade-offs, Melanie Schubert, Carsten Schradin, H G. Rodel, Neville Pillay, and David O. Ribble

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Basal autophagy induction without AMP-activated protein kinase under low glucose conditions, Tyisha Williams, Lawrence J. Forsberg, Benoit Viollet, and Jay E. Brenman

Submissions from 2008

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Display of an Inedible Prop as a Signal of Aggression? Adaptive Significance of Leaf-Display by the Turquoise-Browed Motmot, Eumomota superciliosa, Troy G. Murphy

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Lack of assortative mating for tail, body size, or condition in the elaborate monomorphic Turquoise-browed Motmot (Eumomota superciliosa), Troy G. Murphy

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Sex-role reversal in song? Females sing more frequently than males in the streak-backed oriole, J Jordan Price, Laila Yunes-Jimenez, Marcela Osorio-Beristain, Kevin E. Omland, and Troy G. Murphy

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A new species of giant sengi or elephant-shrew (genus Rhynchocyon) highlights the exceptional biodiversity of the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania, F Rovero, G B. Rathbun, A Perkin, T Jones, David O. Ribble, C Leonard, R R. Mwakisoma, and N Doggart

Submissions from 2007

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Philornis fasciventris (Wulp) (Diptera: Muscidae): description of the male, larva and puparium, with notes on biology and host association, Marcia S. Couri, Troy G. Murphy, and Richard Hoebeke

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Phylogenetic Analysis of the Socioecology of Neotomine-Peromyscine Rodents, M C. Kalcounis-Rueppell and David O. Ribble

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Dishonest ‘preemptive’ pursuit-deterrent signal? Why the turquoise-browed motmot wags its tail before feeding nestlings, Troy G. Murphy

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Lack of melanized keratin and barbs that fall off: how the racketed tail of the turquoise-browed motmot Eumomota superciliosa is formed, Troy G. Murphy

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Racketed tail of the male and female turquoise-browed motmot: male but not female tail length correlates with pairing success, performance, and reproductive success, Troy G. Murphy

Submissions from 2006

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Predator-elicited visual signal: why the turquoise-browed motmot wag-displays its racketed tail, Troy G. Murphy

Submissions from 2005

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Density and cover preferences of Black-and-rufous elephant-shrews (Rhynchocyon petersi) in Chome Forest Reserve, Tanzania, Stephanie Coster and David O. Ribble

Rare Species and Ecosystem Functioning, Kelly G. Lyons, C A. Brigham, B H. Traut, and Mark W. Schwartz

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Social organization of the Eastern Rock Elephant-shrew (Elephantulus myurus) : the evidence for mate guarding, David O. Ribble and Michael R. Perrin

Submissions from 2003

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The evolution of social and reproductive monogamy in Peromyscus, evidence from Peromyscus californicus (the California Mouse), David O. Ribble

Submissions from 2002

A comparison of home ranges of two species of Peromyscus using trapping and radiotelemetry data, David O. Ribble, A E. Wurtz, E K. McConnell, J J. Buegge, and K C. Welch

Submissions from 2001

Rare species loss alters ecosystem function – invasion resistance, Kelly G. Lyons and Mark W. Schwartz

Submissions from 1998

Home Ranges and Social Organization of Syntopic Peromyscus boylii and P. truei, David O. Ribble and S Stanley

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Effects of cutting Ashe juniper woodlands on small mammal populations in the Texas Hill Country, K A. Schnepf, J A. Heselmeyer, and David O. Ribble

Submissions from 1997

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Social Organization of Neotoma micropus, the Southern Plains Woodrat, Sarah A. Conditt and David O. Ribble

Submissions from 1996

The mating system of northern populations of Peromyscus maniculatus as revealed by radiotelemetry and DNA fingerprinting, David O. Ribble and J S. Millar

Submissions from 1992

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Dispersal in a monogamous rodent, Peromyscus californicus, David O. Ribble

Lifetime reproductive success and its correlates in the monogamous rodent, Peromyscus californicus, David O. Ribble

Submissions from 1983

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Relative intestine length and feeding ecology of freshwater fishes, David O. Ribble and M H. Smith