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    1. Rowe, CL; Hopkins, WA; Zehnder, C; Congdon, JD
      Metabolic costs incurred by crayfish (Procambarus acutus) in a trace element-polluted habitat: further evidence of similar responses among diverse taxonomic groups

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-TOXICOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY
    2. Congdon, JD; Dunham, AE; Hopkins, WA; Rowe, CL; Hinton, TG
      Resource allocation-based life histories: A conceptual basis for studies of ecological toxicology

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    3. Hopkins, WA; Roe, JH; Snodgrass, JW; Jackson, BP; Kling, DE; Rowe, CL; Congdon, JD
      Nondestructive indices of trace element exposure in squamate reptiles

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    4. Nagle, RD; Rowe, CL; Congdon, JD
      Accumulation and selective maternal transfer of contaminants in the turtleTrachemys scripta associated with coal ash deposition

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    5. Rowe, CL; Hopkins, WA; Coffman, VR
      Failed recruitment of southern toads (Bufo terrestris) in a trace element-contaminated breeding habitat: Direct and indirect effects that may lead toa local population sink

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    6. Shukla, D; Dal Canto, MC; Rowe, CL; Spear, PG
      Striking similarity of murine nectin-1 alpha to human nectin-1 alpha (HveC) in sequence and activity as a glycoprotein D receptor for alphaherpesvirus entry

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    7. Rowe, CL; Freda, J
      Effects of acidification on amphibians at multiple levels of biological organization

      ECOTOXICOLOGY OF AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES
    8. Hopkins, WA; Rowe, CL; Congdon, JD
      Elevated trace element concentrations and standard metabolic rate in banded water snakes (Nerodia fasciata) exposed to coal combustion wastes

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    9. Shukla, D; Rowe, CL; Dong, YZ; Racaniello, VR; Spear, PG
      The murine homolog (Mph) of human herpesvirus entry protein B (HveB) mediates entry of pseudorabies virus but not herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Rowe, CL
      Elevated standard metabolic rate in a freshwater shrimp (Palaemonetes paludosus) exposed to trace element-rich coal combustion waste

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    11. HOPKINS WA; MENDONCA MT; ROWE CL; CONGDON JD
      ELEVATED TRACE-ELEMENT CONCENTRATIONS IN SOUTHERN TOADS, BUFO-TERRESTRIS, EXPOSED TO COAL COMBUSTION WASTE

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    12. ROWE CL; KINNEY OM; CONGDON JD
      ORAL DEFORMITIES IN TADPOLES OF THE BULLFROG (RANA-CATESBEIANA) CAUSED BY CONDITIONS IN A POLLUTED HABITAT

      Copeia
    13. ROWE CL; KINNEY OM; NAGLE RD; CONGDON JD
      ELEVATED MAINTENANCE COSTS IN AN ANURAN (RANA-CATESBEIANA) EXPOSED TOA MIXTURE OF TRACE-ELEMENTS DURING THE EMBRYONIC AND EARLY LARVAL PERIODS

      Physiological zoology
    14. RAIMONDO SM; ROWE CL; CONGDON JD
      EXPOSURE TO COAL ASH IMPACTS SWIMMING PERFORMANCE AND PREDATOR AVOIDANCE IN LARVAL BULLFROGS (RANA-CATESBEIANA)

      Journal of herpetology
    15. ROWE CL; FLEMING JO; NATHAN MJ; SGRO JY; PALMENBERG AC; BAKER SC
      GENERATION OF CORONAVIRUS SPIKE DELETION VARIANTS BY HIGH-FREQUENCY RECOMBINATION AT REGIONS OF PREDICTED RNA SECONDARY STRUCTURE

      Journal of virology
    16. ROWE CL; BAKER SC; NATHAN MJ; FLEMING JO
      EVOLUTION OF MOUSE HEPATITIS-VIRUS - DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SPIKE DELETION VARIANTS DURING PERSISTENT INFECTION

      Journal of virology
    17. POITIER VL; NILIWAAMBIENI M; ROWE CL
      A RITE OF PASSAGE APPROACH DESIGNED TO PRESERVE THE FAMILIES OF SUBSTANCE-ABUSING AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN

      Child welfare
    18. HOLLAND J; MCGREGOR PK; ROWE CL
      CHANGES IN MICROGEOGRAPHIC SONG VARIATION OF THE CORN BUNTING MILIARIA-CALANDRA

      Journal of avian biology
    19. ROWE CL; KINNEY OM; FIORI AP; CONGDON JD
      ORAL DEFORMITIES IN TADPOLES (RANA-CATESBEIANA) ASSOCIATED WITH COAL ASH DEPOSITION - EFFECTS ON GRAZING ABILITY AND GROWTH

      Freshwater Biology
    20. DUNSON WA; ROWE CL
      THE EFFECTS OF SPECIES MANIPULATION ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF AN ASSEMBLAGE OF JUVENILE ESTUARINE FISH

      Journal of Fish Biology
    21. ROWE CL; DUNSON WA
      INDIVIDUAL AND INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF SALINITY AND INITIAL FISH DENSITY ON A SALT-MARSH ASSEMBLAGE

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    22. ROWE CL; DUNSON WA
      IMPACTS OF HYDROPERIOD ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF LARVAL AMPHIBIANS INTEMPORARY PONDS OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA, USA

      Oecologia
    23. GONZALEZ A; ROWE CL; WEEKS PJ; WHITTLE D; GILBERT FS; BARNARD CJ
      FLOWER CHOICE BY HONEY-BEES (APIS-MELLIFERA L) - SEX-PHASE OF FLOWERSAND PREFERENCES AMONG NECTAR AND POLLEN FORAGERS

      Oecologia
    24. LESSELLS CM; ROWE CL; MCGREGOR PK
      INDIVIDUAL AND SEX-DIFFERENCES IN THE PROVISIONING CALLS OF EUROPEAN BEE-EATERS

      Animal behaviour
    25. ROWE CL; DUNSON WA
      THE VALUE OF SIMULATED POND COMMUNITIES IN MESOCOSMS FOR STUDIES OF AMPHIBIAN ECOLOGY AND ECOTOXICOLOGY

      Journal of herpetology
    26. ROWE CL; SADINSKI WJ; DUNSON WA
      PREDATION ON LARVAL AND EMBRYONIC AMPHIBIANS BY ACID-TOLERANT CADDISFLY LARVAE (PTILOSTOMIS-POSTICA)

      Journal of herpetology
    27. ROWE CL; DUNSON WA
      RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ABIOTIC PARAMETERS AND BREEDING EFFORT BY 3 AMPHIBIANS IN TEMPORARY WETLANDS OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA

      Wetlands
    28. RUTH BC; DUNSON WA; ROWE CL; HEDGES SB
      A MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL-EVALUATION OF THE EGG MASS COLOR POLYMORPHISM OF THE SPOTTED SALAMANDER, AMBYSTOMA-MACULATUM

      Journal of herpetology


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