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    1. Reese, SA; Crocker, CE; Carwile, ME; Jackson, DC; Ultsch, GR
      The physiology of hibernation in common map turtles (Graptemys geographica)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Jackson, DC; Crocker, CE; Ultsch, GR
      Mechanisms of homeostasis during long-term diving and anoxia in turtles

      ZOOLOGY-ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
    3. Shishikura, F; Takami, K
      The amino acid sequences of the alpha- and beta-globin chains of hemoglobin from the aldabra giant tortoises, Geochelone gigantea

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    4. Clark, PJ; Ewert, MA; Nelson, CE
      Physical apertures as constraints on egg size and shape in the Common MuskTurtle, Sternotherus odoratus

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    5. Bernal, MH; Luddecke, H
      Effects of water temperature and body size on dive time of the Andean frogHyla labialis

      AMPHIBIA-REPTILIA
    6. Willmore, WG; Cowan, KJ; Storey, KB
      Effects of anoxia exposure and aerobic recovery on metabolic enzyme activities in the freshwater turtle Trachemys scripta elegans

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    7. Packard, GC; Packard, MJ
      The overwintering strategy of hatchling painted turtles, or how to survivein the cold without freezing

      BIOSCIENCE
    8. Jackson, DC; Ramsey, AL; Paulson, JM; Crocker, CE; Ultsch, GR
      Lactic acid buffering by bone and shell in anoxic softshell and painted turtles

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY
    9. Jackson, DC
      Living without oxygen: lessons from the freshwater turtle

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Jackson, DC
      How a turtle's shell helps it survive prolonged anoxic acidosis

      NEWS IN PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    11. Buck, LT
      Succinate and alanine as anaerobic end-products in the diving turtle (Chrysemys picta bellii)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Mortola, JP; Frappell, PB
      Ventilatory responses to changes in temperature in mammals and other vertebrates

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Bodie, JR; Semlitsch, RD
      Size-specific mortality and natural selection in freshwater turtles

      COPEIA
    14. Saunders, DK; Roberts, AC; Ultsch, GR
      Blood viscosity and hematological changes during prolonged submergence in normoxic water of northern and southern musk turtles (Sternotherus odoratus)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    15. Crocker, CE; Graham, TE; Ultsch, GR; Jackson, DC
      Physiology of common map turtles (Graptemys geographica) hibernating in the Lamoille River, Vermont

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    16. Hicks, JMT; Farrell, AP
      The cardiovascular responses of the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta) acclimated to either 22 or 5 degrees C - I. Effects of anoxic exposure on invivo cardiac performance

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    17. Hicks, JMT; Farrell, AP
      The cardiovascular responses of the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta) acclimated to either 22 or 5 degrees C - II. Effects of anoxia on adrenergicand cholinergic control

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    18. Shi, H; Hamm, PH; Lawler, RG; Jackson, DC
      Different effects of simple anoxic lactic acidosis and simulated in vivo anoxic acidosis on turtle heart

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Hicks, JW; Wang, T
      Hypoxic hypometabolism in the anesthetized turtle, Trachemys scripta

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Crocker, CE; Ultsch, GR; Jackson, DC
      The physiology of diving in a north-temperate and three tropical turtle species

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMIC AND ENVIRONMENTALPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Jackson, DC; Goldberger, Z; Visuri, S; Armstrong, RN
      Ionic exchanges of turtle shell in vitro and their relevance to shell function in the anoxic turtle

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Herman, JK; Smatresk, NJ
      Cardiorespiratory response to progressive hypoxia and hypercapnia in the turtle Trachemys scripta

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    23. JOHNSON SM; JOHNSON RA; MITCHELL GS
      HYPOXIA, TEMPERATURE, AND PH CO2 EFFECTS ON RESPIRATORY DISCHARGE FROM A TURTLE BRAIN-STEM PREPARATION/

      Journal of applied physiology
    24. BUCK L; ESPANOL M; LITT L; BICKLER P
      REVERSIBLE DECREASES IN ATP AND PCR CONCENTRATIONS IN ANOXIC TURTLE BRAIN

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology
    25. TORSONI MA; SOUZATORSONI A; OGO SH
      INVOLVEMENT OF AVAILABLE SH-GROUPS IN THE HETEROGENEITY OF HEMOGLOBINFROM THE TORTOISE GEOCHELONE CARBONARIA

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    26. HICKS JW; WANG T
      CARDIOVASCULAR REGULATION DURING ANOXIA IN THE TURTLE - AN IN-VIVO STUDY

      Physiological zoology
    27. GORR TA; MABLE BK; KLEINSCHMIDT T
      PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF REPTILIAN HEMOGLOBINS - TREES, RATES, AND DIVERGENCES

      Journal of molecular evolution
    28. SAUNDERS DK; PATEL KH
      COMPARISON OF BLOOD-VISCOSITY IN RED-EARED SLIDERS (TRACHEMYS-SCRIPTA) ADAPTED TO COLD AND ROOM-TEMPERATURE

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    29. WISE G; MULVEY JM; RENSHAW GMC
      HYPOXIA TOLERANCE IN THE EPAULETTE SHARK (HEMISCYLLIUM-OCELLATUM)

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    30. TUCKER JK; JANZEN FJ
      ORDER OF OVIPOSITION AND EGG SIZE IN THE RED-EARED SLIDER TURTLE (TRACHEMYS-SCRIPTA ELEGANS)

      Canadian journal of zoology
    31. SHI H; HAMM PH; MEYERS RS; LAWLER RG; JACKSON DC
      MECHANISMS OF PH(I) RECOVERY FROM NH4CL-INDUCED ACIDOSIS IN ANOXIC ISOLATED TURTLE HEART - A P-31-NMR STUDY

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    32. FUSTER JF; PAGES T; PALACIOS L
      EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON OXYGEN STORES DURING AEROBIC DIVING IN THE FRESH-WATER TURTLE MAUREMYS-CASPICA LEPROSA

      Physiological zoology
    33. BOUTILIER RG; DONOHOE PH; TATTERSALL GJ; WEST TG
      HYPOMETABOLIC HOMEOSTASIS IN OVERWINTERING AQUATIC AMPHIBIANS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    34. LUTZ PL; NILSSON GE
      CONTRASTING STRATEGIES FOR ANOXIC BRAIN SURVIVAL - GLYCOLYSIS UP OR DOWN

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    35. JACKSON DC
      LACTATE ACCUMULATION IN THE SHELL OF THE TURTLE CHRYSEMYS-PICTA BELLII DURING ANOXIA AT 3-DEGREES-C AND 10-DEGREES-C

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    36. SHI HY; JACKSON DC
      EFFECTS OF ANOXIA, ACIDOSIS AND TEMPERATURE ON THE CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES OF TURTLE CARDIAC-MUSCLE STRIPS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    37. FUSHITANI K; HIGASHIYAMA K; MORIYAMA EN; IMAI K; HOSOKAWA K
      THE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCES OF 2 ALPHA-CHAINS OF HEMOGLOBINS FROM KOMODO-DRAGON VARANUS-KOMODOENSIS AND PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS OF AMNIOTES

      Molecular biology and evolution
    38. SEPHTON DH; DRIEDZIC WR
      MAINTENANCE OF ENZYME-ACTIVITY LEVELS DURING LONG-TERM AEROBIC DIVINGIN THE RED-EARED TURTLE TRACHEMYS-SCRIPTA-ELEGANS

      Physiological zoology
    39. 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
    40. ISHIMATSU A; HICKS JW; HEISLER N
      ANALYSIS OF CARDIAC SHUNTING IN THE TURTLE TRACHEMYS (PSEUDEMYS) SCRIPTA - APPLICATION OF THE 3 OUTFLOW VESSEL MODEL

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    41. JACKSON DC; SHI H; SINGER JH; HAMM PH; LAWLER RG
      EFFECTS OF INPUT PRESSURE ON IN-VITRO TURTLE HEART DURING ANOXIA AND ACIDOSIS - A P-31-NMR STUDY

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    42. JACKSON DC; WARBURTON SJ; MEINERTZ EA; LAWLER RG; WASSER JS
      THE EFFECT OF PROLONGED ANOXIA AT 3-DEGREES-C ON TISSUE HIGH-ENERGY PHOSPHATES AND PHOSPHODIESTERS IN TURTLES - A P-31 NMR-STUDY

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    43. GLASS ML; SONCINI R
      REGULATION OF ACID-BASE STATUS IN ECTOTHERMIC VERTEBRATES - THE CONSEQUENCES FOR OXYGEN PRESSURES IN LUNG GAS AND ARTERIAL BLOOD

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    44. WANG T; WARBURTON SJ
      BREATHING PATTERN AND COST OF VENTILATION IN THE AMERICAN ALLIGATOR

      Respiration physiology
    45. ULTSCH GR; JACKSON DC
      ACID-BASE STATUS AND ION BALANCE DURING SIMULATED HIBERNATION IN FRESH-WATER TURTLES FROM THE NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THEIR RANGES

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    46. GELATT TS; KELLEY JD
      WESTERN PAINTED TURTLES, CHRYSEMYS-PICTA-BELLII, BASKING ON A NESTINGCOMMON LOON, GAVIA-IMMER

      Canadian field-naturalist
    47. MEHRANI H; STOREY KB
      EFFECTS OF ANOXIA ON PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE IN TURTLE ORGANS - PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE TYPE-1 FROM TURTLE LIVER

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    48. BURTON RF
      THE DEPENDENCE OF NORMAL PLASMA PH ON SODIUM CONCENTRATION IN AMPHIBIANS, REPTILES AND MAN

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    49. PAGES T; FUSTER JF; PALACIOS L
      VENTILATORY RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE-VARIATION IN THE FRESH-WATER TURTLE, MAUREMYS-CASPICA LEPROSA

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    50. ULTSCH GR; COCHRAN BM
      PHYSIOLOGY OF NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN MUSK TURTLES (STERNOTHERUS-ODORATUS) DURING SIMULATED HIBERNATION

      Physiological zoology
    51. DRIEDZIC WR; GESSER H
      ENERGY-METABOLISM AND CONTRACTILITY IN ECTOTHERMIC VERTEBRATE HEARTS - HYPOXIA, ACIDOSIS, AND LOW-TEMPERATURE

      Physiological reviews
    52. STINNER J; ZARLINGA N; ORCUTT S
      OVERWINTERING BEHAVIOR OF ADULT BULLFROGS, RANA-CATESBEIANA, IN NORTHEASTERN OHIO

      The Ohio journal of science
    53. LAND SC; HOCHACHKA PW
      PROTEIN-TURNOVER DURING METABOLIC ARREST IN TURTLE HEPATOCYTES - ROLEAND ENERGY-DEPENDENCE OF PROTEOLYSIS

      The American journal of physiology
    54. ALMEIDAVAL VMF; BUCK LT; HOCHACHKA PW
      SUBSTRATE AND ACUTE TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON TURTLE HEART AND LIVER-MITOCHONDRIA

      The American journal of physiology
    55. GRAHAM TE; BUTLER BO
      METABOLIC RATES OF WINTERING BLANDINGS TURTLES, EMYDOIDEA-BLANDINGII

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    56. BUCK LT; HOCHACHKA PW; SCHON A; GNAIGER E
      MICROCALORIMETRIC MEASUREMENT OF REVERSIBLE METABOLIC SUPPRESSION INDUCED BY ANOXIA IN ISOLATED HEPATOCYTES

      The American journal of physiology
    57. LAND SC; BUCK LT; HOCHACHKA PW
      RESPONSE OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS TO ANOXIA AND RECOVERY IN ANOXIA-TOLERANT HEPATOCYTES

      The American journal of physiology
    58. BUCK LT; LAND SC; HOCHACHKA PW
      ANOXIA-TOLERANT HEPATOCYTES - MODEL SYSTEM FOR STUDY OF REVERSIBLE METABOLIC SUPPRESSION

      The American journal of physiology


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