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    1. Valenzuela, N; Janzen, FJ
      Nest-site philopatry and the evolution of temperature-dependent sex determination

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    2. 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
    3. Pearse, DE; Eckerman, CM; Janzen, FJ; Avise, JC
      A genetic analogue of 'mark-recapture' methods for estimating population size: an approach based on molecular parentage assessments

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    4. Jackson, DC; Crocker, CE; Ultsch, GR
      Mechanisms of homeostasis during long-term diving and anoxia in turtles

      ZOOLOGY-ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
    5. Andersson, S; Johansson, L
      Cold hardiness in the boreal adder, Vipera berus

      CRYO-LETTERS
    6. Ulsh, BA; Whicker, FW; Hinton, TG; Congdon, JD; Bedford, JS
      Chromosome translocations in T-scripta: The dose-rate effect and in vivo lymphocyte radiation response

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    7. Flatt, T; Shine, R; Borges-Landaez, PA; Downes, SJ
      Phenotypic variation in an oviparous montane lizard (Bassiana duperreyi): the effects of thermal and hydric incubation environments

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    8. Valenzuela, N
      Maternal effects on life-history traits in the Amazonian giant river turtle Podocnemis expansa

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    9. Bowden, RM; Ewert, MA; Lipar, JL; Nelson, CE
      Concentrations of steroid hormones in layers and biopsies of chelonian eggyolks

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    10. Lagarde, F; Bonnet, X; Henen, BT; Corbin, J; Nagy, KA; Naulleau, G
      Sexual size dimorphism in steppe tortoises (Testudo horsfieldi): growth, maturity, and individual variation

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    11. Ultsch, GR; Ward, GM; LeBerte, CM; Kuhajda, BR; Stewart, ER
      Intergradation and origins of subspecies of the turtle Chrysemys picta: morphological comparisons

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    12. Janzen, FJ; Morjan, CL
      Repeatability of microenvironment-specific nesting behaviour in a turtle with environmental sex determination

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    13. Jackson, DC
      Living without oxygen: lessons from the freshwater turtle

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Bodie, JR; Semlitsch, RD; Renken, RB
      Diversity and structure of turtle assemblages: associations with wetland characters across a floodplain landscape

      ECOGRAPHY
    15. Morafka, DJ; Spangenberg, EK; Lance, VA
      Neonatology of reptiles

      HERPETOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    16. Hemmings, SJ; Storey, KB
      Hepatic changes in the freeze-tolerant turtle Chrysemys picta marginata inresponse to freezing and thawing

      CELL BIOCHEMISTRY AND FUNCTION
    17. Skulan, J
      Has the importance of the amniote egg been overstated?

      ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    18. Tucker, JK; Paukstis, GL
      Hatching success of turtle eggs exposed to dry incubation environment

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    19. Koper, N; Brooks, RJ
      Environmental constraints on growth of painted turtles (Chrysemys picta) in northern climates

      HERPETOLOGICA
    20. Packard, GC; Packard, MJ; Lang, JW
      Why hatchling Blanding's turtles don't overwinter inside their nest

      HERPETOLOGICA
    21. Blouin-Demers, G; Prior, KA; Weatherhead, PJ
      Patterns of variation in spring emergence by black rat snakes (Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta)

      HERPETOLOGICA
    22. Janzen, FJ; Tucker, JK; Paukstis, GL
      Experimental analysis of an early life-history stage: Selection on size ofhatchling turtles

      ECOLOGY
    23. Hewavisenthi, S; Parmenter, CJ
      Hydric environment and sex determination in the flatback turtle (Natator depressus Garman) (Chelonia : Cheloniidae)

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    24. Wilson, DS; Mushinsky, HR; McCoy, ED
      Nesting behavior of the striped mud turtle, Kinosternon baurii (Testudines: Kinosternidae)

      COPEIA
    25. Packard, GC; Packard, MJ; Lang, JW; Tucker, JK
      Tolerance for freezing in hatchling turtles

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    26. Tucker, JK; Paukstis, GL
      Post-hatching substrate moisture and overwintering hatchling turtles

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    27. Bagatto, B; Henry, RP
      Exercise and forced submergence in the pond slider (Trachemys scripta) andsoftshell turtle (Apalone ferox): Influence on bimodal gas exchange, diving behaviour and blood acid-base status

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    28. Chen, TH; Lue, KY
      Population characteristics and egg production of the yellow-margined box turtle, Cuora flavomarginata flavomarginata, in northern Taiwan

      HERPETOLOGICA
    29. Litzgus, JD; Costanzo, JP; Brooks, RJ; Lee, RE
      Phenology and ecology of hibernation in spotted turtles (Clemmys guttata) near the northern limit of their range

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    30. Packard, GC; Miller, K; Packard, MJ; Birchard, GF
      Environmentally induced variation in body sire and condition in hatchling snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentina)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    31. Packard, GC
      Water relations of chelonian eggs and embryos: Is wetter better?

      AMERICAN ZOOLOGIST
    32. Lindeman, PV
      Growth curves for Graptemys, with a comparison to other emydid turtles

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    33. Keller, C
      Assessment of reproductive state in the turtle Mauremys leprosa: a comparison between inguinal palpation and radiography

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    34. LEE RE; COSTANZO JP
      BIOLOGICAL ICE NUCLEATION AND ICE DISTRIBUTION IN COLD-HARDY ECTOTHERMIC ANIMALS

      Annual review of physiology
    35. TUCKER JK; PACKARD GC
      OVERWINTER SURVIVAL BY HATCHLING SLIDERS (TRACHEMYS-SCRIPTA) IN WEST-CENTRAL ILLINOIS

      Journal of herpetology
    36. TUCKER JK; JANZEN FJ; PAUKSTIS GL
      VARIATION IN CARAPACE MORPHOLOGY AND REPRODUCTION IN THE RED-EARED SLIDER TRACHEMYS-SCRIPTA ELEGANS

      Journal of herpetology
    37. WREN K; CLAUSSEN DL; KURZ M
      THE EFFECTS OF BODY-SIZE AND EXTRINSIC MASS ON THE LOCOMOTION OF THE ORNATE BOX TURTLE, TERRAPENE ORNATA

      Journal of herpetology
    38. 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
    39. KING JM; KUCHLING G; BRADSHAW SD
      THERMAL ENVIRONMENT, BEHAVIOR, AND BODY CONDITION OF WILD PSEUDEMYDURA-UMBRINA (TESTUDINES, CHELIDAE) DURING LATE WINTER AND EARLY SPRING

      Herpetologica
    40. WILSON DS
      NEST-SITE SELECTION - MICROHABITAT VARIATION AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE SURVIVAL OF TURTLE EMBRYOS

      Ecology
    41. LITZGUS JD; BROOKS RJ
      GROWTH IN A COLD ENVIRONMENT - BODY-SIZE AND SEXUAL MATURITY IN A NORTHERN POPULATION OF SPOTTED TURTLES, CLEMMYS GUTTATA

      Canadian journal of zoology
    42. DIAZPANIAGUA C; KELLER C; ANDREU AC
      HATCHING SUCCESS, DELAY OF EMERGENCE AND HATCHLING BIOMETRY OF THE SPUR-THIGHED TORTOISE, TESTUDO-GRAECA, IN SOUTH-WESTERN SPAIN

      Journal of zoology
    43. MARVIN GA; LUTTERSCHMIDT WI
      LOCOMOTOR PERFORMANCE IN JUVENILE AND ADULT BOX TURTLES (TERRAPENE CAROLINA) - A REANALYSIS FOR EFFECTS OF BODY-SIZE AND EXTRINSIC LOAD USING A TERRESTRIAL SPECIES

      Journal of herpetology
    44. FINKLER MS; CLAUSSEN DL
      WITHIN AND AMONG CLUTCH VARIATION IN THE COMPOSITION OF CHELYDRA-SERPENTINA EGGS WITH INITIAL EGG MASS

      Journal of herpetology
    45. LINDEMAN PV
      DOES LIFE-HISTORY VARIATION IN THE TURTLE CHRYSEMYS-PICTA HAVE A SUBSPECIFIC COMPONENT

      Journal of herpetology
    46. VALENZUELA N; BOTERO R; MARTINEZ E
      FIELD-STUDY OF SEX DETERMINATION IN PODOCNEMIS-EXPANSA FROM COLOMBIANAMAZONIA

      Herpetologica
    47. LINDEMAN PV
      CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD IMPROVEMENT OF MODEL FIT IN NONLINEAR-REGRESSIONMODELING OF TURTLE GROWTH

      Herpetologica
    48. KELLER C; DIAZPANIAGUA C; ANDREU AC
      POST-EMERGENT FIELD ACTIVITY AND GROWTH-RATES OF HATCHLING SPUR-THIGHED TORTOISES, TESTUDO-GRAECA

      Canadian journal of zoology
    49. COSTANZO JP; LEE RE
      ICE NUCLEATION IN FREEZE-TOLERANT VERTEBRATES

      Cryo-letters
    50. STOREY KB; STOREY JM
      NATURAL FREEZING SURVIVAL IN ANIMALS

      Annual review of ecology and systematics
    51. SEPHTON DH; DRIEDZIC WR
      MAINTENANCE OF ENZYME-ACTIVITY LEVELS DURING LONG-TERM AEROBIC DIVINGIN THE RED-EARED TURTLE TRACHEMYS-SCRIPTA-ELEGANS

      Physiological zoology
    52. BODIE JR; SMITH KR; BURKE VJ
      A COMPARISON OF DIEL NEST TEMPERATURE AND NEST-SITE SELECTION FOR 2 SYMPATRIC SPECIES OF FRESH-WATER TURTLES

      The American midland naturalist
    53. ROWE JW; HOLY L; BALLINGER RE; STANLEYSAMUELSON D
      LIPID PROVISIONING OF TURTLE EGGS AND HATCHLINGS - TOTAL LIPID, PHOSPHOLIPID, TRIACYLGLYCEROL AND TRIACYLGLYCEROL FATTY-ACIDS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    54. WARBURTON SJ; JACKSON DC
      TURTLE (CHRYSEMYS-PICTA BELLII) SHELL MINERAL-CONTENT IS ALTERED BY EXPOSURE TO PROLONGED ANOXIA

      Physiological zoology
    55. SHINE R; IVERSON JB
      PATTERNS OF SURVIVAL, GROWTH AND MATURATION IN TURTLES

      Oikos
    56. 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
    57. COSTANZO JP; IVERSON JB; WRIGHT MF; LEE RE
      COLD-HARDINESS AND OVERWINTERING STRATEGIES OF HATCHLINGS IN AN ASSEMBLAGE OF NORTHERN TURTLES

      Ecology
    58. RHEN T; LANG JW
      PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY FOR GROWTH IN THE COMMON SNAPPING TURTLE - EFFECTS OF INCUBATION-TEMPERATURE, CLUTCH, AND THEIR INTERACTION

      The American naturalist
    59. RUBINSKY B; HONG JS; STOREY KB
      FREEZE TOLERANCE IN TURTLES - VISUAL ANALYSIS BY MICROSCOPY AND MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    60. CASTANET J
      AGE ESTIMATION AND LONGEVITY IN REPTILES

      Gerontology
    61. HOLMAN JA; ANDREWS KD
      NORTH-AMERICAN QUATERNARY COLD-TOLERANT TURTLES - DISTRIBUTIONAL ADAPTATIONS AND CONSTRAINTS

      Boreas
    62. BROWN GP; BROOKS RJ
      CHARACTERISTICS OF AND FIDELITY TO HIBERNACULA IN A NORTHERN POPULATION OF SNAPPING TURTLES, CHELYDRA-SERPENTINA

      Copeia
    63. JANZEN FJ
      CLIMATE-CHANGE AND TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT SEX DETERMINATION IN REPTILES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    64. DESOUZA RR; VOGT RC
      INCUBATION-TEMPERATURE INFLUENCES SEX AND HATCHLING SIZE IN THE NEOTROPICAL TURTLE PODOCNEMIS-UNIFILIS

      Journal of herpetology
    65. GEORGES A; LIMPUS C; STOUTJESDIJK R
      HATCHLING SEX IN THE MARINE TURTLE CARETTA-CARETTA IS DETERMINED BY PROPORTION OF DEVELOPMENT AT A TEMPERATURE, NOT DAILY DURATION OF EXPOSURE

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    66. EWERT MA; JACKSON DR; NELSON CE
      PATTERNS OF TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT SEX DETERMINATION IN TURTLES

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    67. BOBYN ML; BROOKS RJ
      INCUBATION CONDITIONS AS POTENTIAL FACTORS LIMITING THE NORTHERN DISTRIBUTION OF SNAPPING TURTLES, CHELYDRA-SERPENTINA

      Canadian journal of zoology
    68. MCKNIGHT CM; GUTZKE WHN
      EFFECTS OF THE EMBRYONIC ENVIRONMENT AND OF HATCHLING HOUSING CONDITIONS ON GROWTH OF YOUNG SNAPPING TURTLES (CHELYDRA-SERPENTINA)

      Copeia
    69. IVERSON JB; BALGOOYEN CP; BYRD KK; LYDDAN KK
      LATITUDINAL VARIATION IN EGG AND CLUTCH SIZE IN TURTLES

      Canadian journal of zoology


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