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    1. Padilla, DK
      Food and environmental cues trigger an inducible offence

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    2. Andersen, JB; Jensen, FB; Tobias, WY
      Effects of temperature and oxygen availability on circulating catecholamines in the toad Bufo marinus

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Perry, SF; Wilson, RJA; Straus, C; Harris, MB; Remmers, JE
      Which came first, the lung or the breath?

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Henderson, D; Doerr, TA; Gottesman, J; Miller, RF
      Calcium channel immunoreactivity in the salamander retina

      NEUROREPORT
    5. Moriondo, A; Pelucchi, B; Rispoli, G
      Calcium-activated potassium current clamps the dark potential of vertebrate rods

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Duncker, HR
      The emergence of macroscopic complexity - An outline of the history of therespiratory apparatus of vertebrates from diffusion to language production

      ZOOLOGY-ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
    7. Kohmatsu, Y; Nakano, S; Yamamura, N
      Effects of head shape variation on growth, metamorphosis and survivorship in larval salamanders (Hynobius retardatus)

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    8. Young, BE; Lips, KR; Reaser, JK; Ibanez, R; Salas, AW; Cedeno, JR; Coloma, LA; Ron, S; La Marca, E; Meyer, JR; Munoz, A; Bolanos, F; Chaves, G; Romo, D
      Population declines and priorities for amphibian conservation in Latin America

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    9. Kanki, K; Wakahara, M
      The possible contribution of pituitary hormones to the heterochronic development of gonads and external morphology in overwintered larvae of Hynobiusretardatus

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Green, DE; Sherman, CK
      Diagnostic histological findings in Yosemite toads (Bufo canorus) from a die-off in the 1970s

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    11. Bennett, WO; Simons, RS; Brainerd, EL
      Twisting and bending: The functional role of salamander lateral hypaxial musculature during locomotion

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. Denoel, M; Joly, P
      Size-related predation reduces intramorph competition in paedomorphic Alpine newts

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    13. Denoel, M; Poncin, P; Ruwet, JC
      Sexual compatibility between two heterochronic morphs in the Alpine newt, Triturus alpestris

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    14. Soto, E; Chavez, H; Valli, P; Benvenuti, C; Vega, R
      Betahistine produces post-synaptic inhibition of the excitability of the primary afferent neurons in the vestibular endorgans

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    15. Stella, SL; Thoreson, WB
      Differential modulation of rod and cone calcium currents in tiger salamander retina by D2 dopamine receptors and cAMP

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Djorovic, A; Kalezic, ML
      Paedogenesis in European newts (Triturus : Salamandridae): Cranial morphology during ontogeny

      JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY
    17. Akopian, A; Johnson, J; Gabriel, R; Brecha, N; Witkovsky, P
      Somatostatin modulates voltage-gated K+ and Ca2+ currents in rod and cone photoreceptors of the salamander retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Carter, PA; Mitton, JB; Kocher, T; Coelho, JR
      Maintenance of the alcohol dehydrogenase polymorphism in Tiger Salamanders, II. Differences in biochemical function among allozymes

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    19. McIntyre, PB; McCollum, SA
      Responses of bullfrog tadpoles to hypoxia and predators

      OECOLOGIA
    20. Ohyama, T; Hackos, DH; Frings, S; Hagen, V; Kaupp, UB; Korenbrot, JI
      Fraction of the dark current carried by Ca2+ through cGMP-gated ion channels of intact rod and cone photoreceptors

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Simons, RS; Bennett, WO; Brainerd, EL
      Mechanics of lung ventilation in a post-metamorphic salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Donovan, MF; Semlitsch, RD; Routman, EJ
      Biogeography of the southeastern United States: A comparison of salamanderphylogeographic studies

      EVOLUTION
    23. Maskas, SD; Cruzan, MB
      Patterns of intraspecific diversification in the Piriqueta caroliniana complex in southeastern North America and the Bahamas

      EVOLUTION
    24. Van Buskirk, J; Schmidt, BR
      Predator-induced phenotypic plasticity in larval newts: Trade-offs, selection, and variation in nature

      ECOLOGY
    25. Brainerd, EL; Simons, RS
      Morphology and function of lateral hypaxial musculature in salamanders

      AMERICAN ZOOLOGIST
    26. Pfennig, DW; Collins, JP; Ziemba, RE
      A test of alternative hypotheses for kin recognition in cannibalistic tiger salamanders

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    27. Maguire, G
      Rapid desensitization converts prolonged glutamate release into a transient EPSC at ribbon synapses between retinal bipolar and amacrine cells

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Johnson, MS; Franke, LS; Lee, RB; Holladay, SD
      Bioaccumulation of 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene and polychlorinated biphenyls through two routes of exposure in a terrestrial amphibian: Is the dermal routesignificant?

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    29. Moon, BR
      Testing an inference of function from structure: Snake vertebrae do the twist

      JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY
    30. Nishihara-Takahashi, A
      Faster growth of head size of pre-feeding larvae in a cannibalistic population of the salamander Hynobius retardatus

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    31. Carey, C; Cohen, N; Rollins-Smith, L
      Amphibian declines: an immunological perspective

      DEVELOPMENTAL AND COMPARATIVE IMMUNOLOGY
    32. Bollinger, TK; Mao, JH; Schock, D; Brigham, RM; Chinchar, VG
      Pathology, isolation, and preliminary molecular characterization of a novel iridovirus from tiger salamanders in Saskatchewan

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES
    33. Ziemba, RE; Collins, JP
      Development of size structure in tiger salamanders: the role of intraspecific interference

      OECOLOGIA
    34. Bohonak, AJ; Whiteman, HH
      Dispersal of the fairy shrimp Branchinecta coloradensis (Anostraca): Effects of hydroperiod and salamanders

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    35. Burkhardt, DA; Fahey, PK
      Contrast rectification and distributed encoding by ON-OFF amacrine cells in the retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    36. Degani, G; Jackson, K; Dosoretz, K; Plotzki, Y
      Molecular DNA variation in Salamandra salamandra infraimmaculata from different habitats

      ISRAEL JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    37. Crnokrak, P; Roff, DA
      Inbreeding depression in the wild

      HEREDITY
    38. Wissinger, SA; Whiteman, HH; Sparks, GB; Rouse, GL; Brown, WS
      Foraging trade-offs along a predator-permanence gradient in subalpine wetlands

      ECOLOGY
    39. Hoffman, EA; Pfennig, DW
      Proximate causes of cannibalistic polyphenism in larval tiger salamanders

      ECOLOGY
    40. Brunkow, PE; Collins, JP
      Group size structure affects patterns of aggression in larval salamanders

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    41. ANGATA T; MATSUDA T; KITAJIMA K
      SYNTHESIS OF NEOGLYCOCONJUGATES CONTAINING DEAMINATED NEURAMINIC ACID(KDN) USING RAT-LIVER ALPHA-2,6-SIALYLTRANSFERASE

      Glycobiology
    42. MAGUIRE G; CONNAUGHTON V; PRAT AG; JACKSON GR; CANTIELLO HF
      ACTIN CYTOSKELETON REGULATES ION-CHANNEL ACTIVITY IN RETINAL NEURONS

      NeuroReport
    43. SHERRY DM; BUI DD; DEGRIP WJ
      IDENTIFICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF PHOTORECEPTOR SUBTYPES IN THE NEOTENIC TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    44. MAO BQ; MACLEISH PR; VICTOR JD
      THE INTRINSIC DYNAMICS OF RETINAL BIPOLAR CELLS ISOLATED FROM TIGER SALAMANDER

      Visual neuroscience
    45. TAYLOR WR; MORGANS C
      LOCALIZATION AND PROPERTIES OF VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM CHANNELS IN CONEPHOTORECEPTORS OF TUPAIA-BELANGERI

      Visual neuroscience
    46. HARE WA; OWEN WG
      EFFECTS OF BICARBONATE VERSUS HEPES BUFFERING ON MEASURED PROPERTIES OF NEURONS IN THE SALAMANDER RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    47. PALACIOS AG; SRIVASTAVA R; GOLDSMITH TH
      SPECTRAL AND POLARIZATION SENSITIVITY OF PHOTOCURRENTS OF AMPHIBIAN RODS IN THE VISIBLE AND ULTRAVIOLET

      Visual neuroscience
    48. Inyan, BJ; Williams, MW; Tonnessen, K; Turk, JT; Campbell, DH
      Seasonal inorganic nitrogen release in alpine lakes on the Colorado western slope

      PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
    49. Sheen, JP; Whiteman, HH
      Head and body size relationships in polymorphic tiger salamander larvae from Colorado

      COPEIA
    50. BRAINERD EL
      MECHANICS OF LUNG VENTILATION IN A LARVAL SALAMANDER AMBYSTOMA-TIGRINUM

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    51. KRIZAJ D; GABRIEL R; OWEN WG; WITKOVSKY P
      DOPAMINE D2 RECEPTOR-MEDIATED MODULATION OF ROD-CONE COUPLING IN THE XENOPUS RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    52. WAKE DB; SCHNEIDER CJ
      TAXONOMY OF THE PLETHODONTID SALAMANDER GENUS ENSATINA

      Herpetologica
    53. MADISON DM
      HABITAT-CONTINGENT REPRODUCTIVE-BEHAVIOR IN RADIO-IMPLANTED SALAMANDERS - A MODEL AND TEST

      Animal behaviour
    54. PFENNIG DW; HO SG; HOFFMAN EA
      PATHOGEN TRANSMISSION AS A SELECTIVE FORCE AGAINST CANNIBALISM

      Animal behaviour
    55. Templeton, AR
      Human races: A genetic and evolutionary perspective

      AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST
    56. MATSUMOTO A; TOYODA F; KOUKI T; KIKUYAMA S
      HORMONAL ALTERATION OF SYNAPTIC INPUT TO MAUTHNER CELLS OF THE ADULT RED-BELLIED NEWTS

      Zoological science
    57. MAES E; FLOREA D; DELPLACE F; LEMOINE J; PLANCKE Y; STRECKER G
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF THE OLIGOSACCHARIDE-ALDITOLS RELEASED BY REDUCTIVE BETA-ELIMINATION FROM OVIDUCAL MUCINS OF RANA-TEMPORARIA

      Glycoconjugate journal
    58. JANCOVICH JK; DAVIDSON EW; MORADO JF; JACOBS BL; COLLINS JP
      ISOLATION OF A LETHAL VIRUS FROM THE ENDANGERED TIGER SALAMANDER AMBYSTOMA-TIGRINUM STEBBINSI

      Diseases of aquatic organisms
    59. DELVOLVE I; BEM T; CABELGUEN JM
      EPAXIAL AND LIMB MUSCLE-ACTIVITY DURING SWIMMING AND TERRESTRIAL STEPPING IN THE ADULT NEWT, PLEURODELES WALTL

      Journal of neurophysiology
    60. STIFFLER DF; ESKANDARI S; DEJBAKHSH S
      CUTANEOUS TRANSPORT OF CA2-PIPIENS - SIGNIFICANCE AND SPECIFICITY( INTHE FROG RANA)

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    61. CARTER PA
      MAINTENANCE OF THE ADH POLYMORPHISM IN AMBYSTOMA-TIGRINUM-NEBULOSUM (TIGER SALAMANDERS) .1. GENOTYPIC DIFFERENCES IN TIME TO METAMORPHOSIS IN EXTREME OXYGEN ENVIRONMENTS

      Heredity
    62. MARET TJ; COLLINS JP
      ECOLOGICAL ORIGIN OF MORPHOLOGICAL DIVERSITY - A STUDY OF ALTERNATIVETROPHIC PHENOTYPES IN LARVAL SALAMANDERS

      Evolution
    63. EISTHEN HL
      EVOLUTION OF VERTEBRATE OLFACTORY SYSTEMS

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    64. VERTUCCI FA; CORN PS
      EVALUATION OF EPISODIC ACIDIFICATION AND AMPHIBIAN DECLINES IN THE ROCKY-MOUNTAINS

      Ecological applications
    65. MEANS DB; PALIS JG; BAGGETT M
      EFFECTS OF SLASH PINE SILVICULTURE ON A FLORIDA POPULATION OF FLATWOODS SALAMANDER

      Conservation biology
    66. KAMEL LT; PETERS SE; BASHOR DP
      HOPPING AND SWIMMING IN THE LEOPARD FROG, RANA-PIPIENS .2. A COMPARISON OF MUSCLE ACTIVITIES

      Journal of morphology
    67. FLORES A; LEONOLEA M; VEGA R; SOTO E
      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND ROLE OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN THE AMPHIBIAN (AMBYSTOMA-TIGRINUM) INNER-EAR

      Neuroscience letters
    68. SMITH TB; SKULASON S
      EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE OF RESOURCE POLYMORPHISMS IN FISHES, AMPHIBIANS, AND BIRDS

      Annual review of ecology and systematics
    69. KAMIYAMA Y; OGURA T; USUI S
      IONIC CURRENT MODEL OF THE VERTEBRATE ROD PHOTORECEPTOR

      Vision research
    70. STIFFLER DF
      EXCHANGES OF CALCIUM WITH THE ENVIRONMENT AND BETWEEN BODY COMPARTMENTS IN AMPHIBIA

      Physiological zoology
    71. ULTSCH GR
      GAS-EXCHANGE, HYPERCARBIA AND ACID-BASE-BALANCE, PALEOECOLOGY, AND THE EVOLUTIONARY TRANSITION FROM WATER-BREATHING TO AIR-BREATHING AMONG VERTEBRATES

      Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology
    72. JONES GJ; CORNWALL MC; FAIN GL
      EQUIVALENCE OF BACKGROUND AND BLEACHING DESENSITIZATION IN ISOLATED ROD PHOTORECEPTORS OF THE LARVAL TIGER SALAMANDER

      The Journal of general physiology
    73. LYUBARSKY A; NIKONOV S; PUGH EN
      THE KINETICS OF INACTIVATION OF THE ROD PHOTOTRANSDUCTION CASCADE WITH CONSTANT CA-I(2+)

      The Journal of general physiology
    74. REILLY SM
      THE METAMORPHOSIS OF FEEDING KINEMATICS IN SALAMANDRA-SALAMANDRA AND THE EVOLUTION OF TERRESTRIAL FEEDING-BEHAVIOR

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    75. TOYODA F; MATSUDA K; YAMAMOTO K; KIKUYAMA S
      INVOLVEMENT OF ENDOGENOUS PROLACTIN IN THE EXPRESSION OF COURTSHIP BEHAVIOR IN THE NEWT, CYNOPS-PYRRHOGASTER

      General and comparative endocrinology
    76. BRUNKOW PE; COLLINS JP
      EFFECTS OF INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN SIZE ON GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF LARVAL SALAMANDERS

      Ecology
    77. MARET TJ; COLLINS JP
      EFFECT OF PREY VULNERABILITY ON POPULATION-SIZE STRUCTURE OF A GAPE-LIMITED PREDATOR

      Ecology
    78. WARBURG MR
      HORMONAL EFFECT ON THE OSMOTIC, ELECTROLYTE AND NITROGEN-BALANCE IN TERRESTRIAL AMPHIBIA

      Zoological science
    79. GILLIS GB; LAUDER GV
      KINEMATICS OF FEEDING IN BLUEGILL SUNFISH - IS THERE A GENERAL DISTINCTION BETWEEN AQUATIC CAPTURE AND TRANSPORT BEHAVIORS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    80. RITTER D
      EPAXIAL MUSCLE FUNCTION DURING LOCOMOTION IN A LIZARD (VARANUS SALVATOR) AND THE PROPOSAL OF A KEY INNOVATION LN THE VERTEBRATE AXIAL MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    81. DAWLEY EM; CROWDER J
      SEXUAL AND SEASONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE VOMERONASAL EPITHELIUM OF THE RED-BACKED SALAMANDER (PLETHODON-CINEREUS)

      Journal of comparative neurology
    82. MAES E; PLANCKE Y; DELPLACE F; STRECKER G
      PRIMARY STRUCTURE OF ACIDIC OLIGOSACCHARIDE-ALDITOLS DERIVED FROM THEJELLY COAT OF AMBYSTOMA-TIGRINUM - OCCURRENCE OF OLIGOSACCHARIDES WITH LPHA-1-4)]-3-DEOXY-D-GLYCERO-D-GALACTO-NONULOSONIC ACID AND FUCOSYL (ALPHA-1-2) GALACTOSYL (ALPHA-1-3)-N-ACETYLGALACTOSAMINE SEQUENCES

      European journal of biochemistry
    83. MORIN PJ
      FUNCTIONAL REDUNDANCY, NONADDITIVE INTERACTIONS, AND SUPPLY-SIDE DYNAMICS IN EXPERIMENTAL POND COMMUNITIES

      Ecology
    84. PEPPERBERG DR; JIN J; JONES GJ
      MODULATION OF TRANSDUCTION GAIN IN LIGHT ADAPTATION OF RETINAL RODS

      Visual neuroscience
    85. CORSON DW; CORNWALL MC; PEPPERBERG DR
      EVIDENCE FOR THE PROLONGED PHOTOACTIVATED LIFETIME OF AN ANALOG VISUAL PIGMENT CONTAINING 11-CIS 9-DESMETHYLRETINAL

      Visual neuroscience
    86. RIEKE F; SCHWARTZ EA
      A CGMP-GATED CURRENT CAN CONTROL EXOCYTOSIS AT CONE SYNAPSES

      Neuron
    87. RIEKE F; SCHWARTZ EA
      A CGMP-GATED CURRENT CAN CONTROL EXOCYTOSIS AT CONE SYNAPSES

      Neuron
    88. SCHOENFELD TA; CLANCY AN; FORBES WB; MACRIDES F
      THE SPATIAL-ORGANIZATION OF THE PERIPHERAL OLFACTORY SYSTEM OF THE HAMSTER .1. RECEPTOR NEURON PROJECTIONS TO THE MAIN OLFACTORY-BULB

      Brain research bulletin
    89. BARNES S
      AFTER TRANSDUCTION - RESPONSE SHAPING AND CONTROL OF TRANSMISSION BY ION CHANNELS OF THE PHOTORECEPTOR INNER SEGMENT

      Neuroscience
    90. ORGEIG S; DANIELS CB; SMITS AW
      THE COMPOSITION AND FUNCTION OF THE PULMONARY SURFACTANT SYSTEM DURING METAMORPHOSIS IN THE TIGER SALAMANDER AMBYSTOMA-TIGRINUM

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    91. PARKER MS
      FEEDING ECOLOGY OF STREAM-DWELLING PACIFIC GIANT SALAMANDER LARVAE (DICAMPTODON-TENEBROSUS)

      Copeia
    92. WHITEMAN HH
      EVOLUTION OF FACULTATIVE PEDOMORPHOSIS IN SALAMANDERS

      The Quarterly review of biology
    93. HOLOMUZKI JR; COLLINS JP; BRUNKOW PE
      TROPHIC CONTROL OF FISHLESS PONDS BY TIGER SALAMANDER LARVAE

      Oikos
    94. KURZAVA LM; MORIN PJ
      CONSEQUENCES AND CAUSES OF GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATION IN THE BODY-SIZE OF AKEYSTONE PREDATOR, NOTOPHTHALMUS-VIRIDESCENS

      Oecologia
    95. KURZAVA LM; MORIN PJ
      CONSEQUENCES AND CAUSES OF GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATION IN THE BODY-SIZE OF AKEYSTONE PREDATOR, NOTOPHTHALMUS-VIRIDESCENS

      Oecologia
    96. MARET TJ; COLLINS JP
      INDIVIDUAL-RESPONSES TO POPULATION-SIZE STRUCTURE - THE ROLE OF SIZE VARIATION IN CONTROLLING EXPRESSION OF A TROPHIC POLYPHENISM

      Oecologia
    97. ASHLEYROSS MA
      METAMORPHIC AND SPEED EFFECTS ON HINDLIMB KINEMATICS DURING TERRESTRIAL LOCOMOTION IN THE SALAMANDER DICAMPTODON TENEBROSUS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    98. GILLIS GB; LAUDER GV
      AQUATIC PREY TRANSPORT AND THE COMPARATIVE KINEMATICS OF AMBYSTOMA-TIGRINUM FEEDING BEHAVIORS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    99. STIFFLER DF
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES IN AMPHIBIAN ELECTROLYTE AND ACID-BASE TRANSPORT ACROSS SKIN

      Israel Journal of Zoology
    100. PECHMANN JHK; WILBUR HM
      PUTTING DECLINING AMPHIBIAN POPULATIONS IN PERSPECTIVE - NATURAL FLUCTUATIONS AND HUMAN IMPACTS

      Herpetologica


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