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    1. Dumke, CL; Rhodes, JS; Garland, T; Maslowski, E; Swallow, JG; Wetter, AC; Cartee, GD
      Genetic selection of mice for high voluntary wheel running: effect on skeletal muscle glucose uptake

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Cruz-Neto, AP; Garland, T; Abe, AS
      Diet, phylogeny, and basal metabolic rate in phyllostomid bats

      ZOOLOGY-ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
    3. Bonine, KE; Gleeson, TT; Garland, T
      Comparative analysis of fiber-type composition in the lliofibularis muscleof Phrynosomatid lizards (Squamata)

      JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY
    4. Kohlsdorf, T; Garland, T; Navas, CA
      Limb and tail lengths in relation to substrate usage in Tropidurus lizards

      JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY
    5. Lapointe, FJ; Garland, T
      A generalized permutation model for the analysis of cross-species data

      JOURNAL OF CLASSIFICATION
    6. Swallow, JG; Koteja, P; Carter, PA; Garland, T
      Food consumption and body composition in mice selected for high wheel-running activity

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMIC AND ENVIRONMENTALPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Gloster, J; Hewson, H; Mackay, D; Garland, T; Donaldson, A; Mason, I; Brown, R
      Spread of foot-and-mouth disease from the burning of animal carcases on open pyres

      VETERINARY RECORD
    8. Koteja, P; Swallow, JG; Carter, PA; Garland, T
      Maximum cold-induced food consumption in mice selected for high locomotor activity: Implications for the evolution of endotherm energy budgets

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Ehret, DL; Koch, C; Menzies, J; Sholberg, P; Garland, T
      Foliar sprays of clay reduce the severity of powdery mildew on long English cucumber and wine grapes

      HORTSCIENCE
    10. Dohm, MR; Hayes, JP; Garland, T
      The quantitative genetics of maximal and basal rates of oxygen consumptionin alice

      GENETICS
    11. Bronikowski, AM; Carter, PA; Swallow, JG; Girard, IA; Rhodes, JS; Garland, T
      Open-field behavior of house mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel-running

      BEHAVIOR GENETICS
    12. Rhodes, JS; Hosack, GR; Girard, I; Kelley, AE; Mitchell, GS; Garland, T
      Differential sensitivity to acute administration of cocaine, GBR 12909, and fluoxetine in mice selectively bred for hyperactive wheel-running behavior

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    13. Houle-Leroy, P; Garland, T; Swallow, JG; Guderley, H
      Effects of voluntary activity and genetic selection on muscle metabolic capacities in house mice Mus domesticus

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Garland, T
      Plant toxins

      JOURNAL OF AOAC INTERNATIONAL
    15. Brashares, JS; Garland, T; Arcese, P
      Phylogenetic analysis of coadaptation in behavior, diet, and body size in the African antelope

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    16. Garland, T
      Toxicologic disease of the digestive tract

      VETERINARY CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA-FOOD ANIMAL PRACTICE
    17. Rhodes, JS; Koteja, P; Swallow, JG; Carter, PA; Garland, T
      Body temperatures of house mice artificially selected for high voluntary wheel-running behavior: repeatability and effect of genetic selection

      JOURNAL OF THERMAL BIOLOGY
    18. Clobert, J; Oppliger, A; Sorci, G; Ernande, B; Swallow, JG; Garland, T
      Trade-offs in phenotypic traits: endurance at birth, growth, survival, predation and susceptibility to parasitism in a lizard, Lacerta vivipara

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    19. Garland, T; Ives, AR
      Using the past to predict the present: Confidence intervals for regressionequations in phylogenetic comparative methods

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    20. Carter, PA; Swallow, JG; Davis, SJ; Garland, T
      Nesting behavior of house mice (Mus domesticus) selected for increased wheel-running activity

      BEHAVIOR GENETICS
    21. Koteja, P; Swallow, JG; Carter, PA; Garland, T
      Individual variation and repeatability of maximum cold-induced energy assimilation in house mice

      ACTA THERIOLOGICA
    22. Zhan, WZ; Swallow, JG; Garland, T; Proctor, DN; Carter, PA; Sieck, GC
      Effects of genetic selection and voluntary activity on the medial gastrocnemius muscle in house mice

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Koteja, P; Swallow, JG; Carter, PA; Garland, T
      Energy cost of wheel running in house mice: Implications for coadaptation of locomotion and energy budgets

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY
    24. Carter, PA; Garland, T; Dohm, MR; Hayes, JP
      Genetic variation and correlations between genotype and locomotor physiology in outbred laboratory house mice (Mus domesticus)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    25. Garland, T; Diaz-Uriarte, R
      Polytomies and phylogenetically independent contrasts: Examination of the bounded degrees of freedom approach

      SYSTEMATIC BIOLOGY
    26. Bonine, KE; Garland, T
      Sprint performance of phrynosomatid lizards, measured on a high-speed treadmill, correlates with hindlimb length

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    27. Fournier, F; Thomas, DW; Garland, T
      A test of two hypotheses explaining the seasonality of reproduction in temperate mammals

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    28. Swallow, JG; Koteja, P; Carter, PA; Garland, T
      Artificial selection for increased wheel-running activity in house mice results in decreased body mass at maturity

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    29. Koteja, P; Garland, T; Sax, JK; Swallow, JG; Carter, PA
      Behaviour of house mice artificially selected for high levels of voluntarywheel running

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    30. Garland, T
      Laboratory endurance capacity predicts variation in field locomotor behaviour among lizard species

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    31. Garland, T; Midford, PE; Ives, AR
      An introduction to phylogenetically based statistical methods, with a new method for confidence intervals on ancestral values

      AMERICAN ZOOLOGIST
    32. SWALLOW JG; GARLAND T; CARTER PA; ZHAN WZ; SIECK GC
      EFFECTS OF VOLUNTARY ACTIVITY AND GENETIC SELECTION ON AEROBIC CAPACITY IN-HOUSE MICE (MUS-DOMESTICUS)

      Journal of applied physiology
    33. Diaz-Uriarte, R; Garland, T
      Effects of branch length errors on the performance of phylogenetically independent contrasts

      SYSTEMATIC BIOLOGY
    34. CLOBERT J; GARLAND T; BARBAULT R
      THE EVOLUTION OF DEMOGRAPHIC TACTICS IN LIZARDS - A TEST OF SOME HYPOTHESES CONCERNING LIFE-HISTORY EVOLUTION

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    35. DOHM MR; GARLAND T; COLE CJ; TOWNSEND CR
      PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIATION AND ALLOMETRY IN WESTERN WHIPTAIL LIZARDS (CNEMIDOPHORUS-TIGRIS) FROM A TRANSECT ACROSS A PERSISTENT HYBRID ZONE

      Copeia
    36. COLEMAN MA; GARLAND T; MARLER CA; NEWTON SS; SWALLOW JG; CARTER PA
      GLUCOCORTICOID RESPONSE TO FORCED EXERCISE IN LABORATORY HOUSE MICE (MUS-DOMESTICUS)

      Physiology & behavior
    37. EHRET DL; ZEBARTH BJ; PORTREE J; GARLAND T
      CLAY ADDITION TO SOILLESS MEDIA PROMOTES GROWTH AND YIELD OF GREENHOUSE CROPS

      HortScience
    38. WOLF CM; GARLAND T; GRIFFITH B
      PREDICTORS OF AVIAN AND MAMMALIAN TRANSLOCATION SUCCESS - REANALYSIS WITH PHYLOGENETICALLY INDEPENDENT CONTRASTS

      Biological Conservation
    39. SWALLOW JG; CARTER PA; GARLAND T
      ARTIFICIAL SELECTION FOR INCREASED WHEEL-RUNNING BEHAVIOR IN-HOUSE MICE

      Behavior genetics
    40. DIAZURIARTE R; GARLAND T
      TESTING HYPOTHESES OF CORRELATED EVOLUTION USING PHYLOGENETICALLY INDEPENDENT CONTRASTS - SENSITIVITY TO DEVIATIONS FROM BROWNIAN-MOTION

      Systematic biology
    41. GARLAND T
      BRAIN EMBOLI IN THE LUNGS OF CATTLE - REPLY

      Lancet
    42. GARLAND T; BAUER N; BAILEY M
      BRAIN EMBOLI IN THE LUNGS OF CATTLE AFTER STUNNING

      Lancet
    43. CHRISTIAN A; GARLAND T
      SCALING OF LIMB PROPORTIONS IN MONITOR LIZARDS (SQUAMATA, VARANIDAE)

      Journal of herpetology
    44. DOHM MR; HAYES JP; GARLAND T
      QUANTITATIVE GENETICS OF SPRINT RUNNING SPEED AND SWIMMING ENDURANCE IN LABORATORY HOUSE MICE (MUS-DOMESTICUS)

      Evolution
    45. BECK DD; DOHM MR; GARLAND T; RAMIREZBAUTISTA A; LOWE CH
      LOCOMOTOR PERFORMANCE AND ACTIVITY ENERGETICS OF HELODERMATID LIZARDS

      Copeia
    46. GARLAND T; GLEESON TT; ARONOVITZ BA; RICHARDSON CS; DOHM MR
      MAXIMAL SPRINT SPEEDS AND MUSCLE-FIBER COMPOSITION OF WILD AND LABORATORY HOUSE MICE

      Physiology & behavior
    47. SORCI G; SWALLOW JG; GARLAND T; CLOBERT J
      QUANTITATIVE GENETICS OF LOCOMOTOR SPEED AND ENDURANCE IN THE LIZARD LACERTA-VIVIPARA

      Physiological zoology
    48. HAYES JP; GARLAND T
      THE EVOLUTION OF ENDOTHERMY - TESTING THE AEROBIC CAPACITY MODEL

      Evolution
    49. BAUWENS D; GARLAND T; CASTILLA AM; VANDAMME R
      EVOLUTION OF SPRINT SPEED IN LACERTID LIZARDS - MORPHOLOGICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL, AND BEHAVIORAL COVARIATION

      Evolution
    50. DOHM MR; RICHARDSON CS; GARLAND T
      EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY OF WILD AND RANDOM-BRED LABORATORY HOUSE MICE ANDTHEIR RECIPROCAL HYBRIDS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    51. GARLAND T; CARTER PA
      EVOLUTIONARY PHYSIOLOGY

      Annual review of physiology
    52. GARLAND T; ADOLPH SC
      WHY NOT TO DO 2-SPECIES COMPARATIVE-STUDIES - LIMITATIONS ON INFERRING ADAPTATION

      Physiological zoology
    53. RICHARDSON CS; DOHM MR; GARLAND T
      METABOLISM AND THERMOREGULATION IN CROSSES BETWEEN WILD AND RANDOM-BRED LABORATORY HOUSE MICE (MUS-DOMESTICUS)

      Physiological zoology
    54. PURVIS A; GARLAND T
      POLYTOMIES IN COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF CONTINUOUS CHARACTERS

      Systematic biology
    55. GARLAND T; DICKERMAN AW; JANIS CM; JONES JA
      PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE BY COMPUTER-SIMULATION

      Systematic biology
    56. DOHM MR; GARLAND T
      QUANTITATIVE GENETICS OF SCALE COUNTS IN THE GARTER SNAKE THAMNOPHIS-SIRTALIS

      Copeia


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