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Journal of Thermal Biology, ISSN 0306-4565, 02/2016, Volume 56, pp. 109 - 112
Endotherms foraging at temperatures outside of their thermal neutral zone (TNZ) pay an increased energetic cost. We asked if thermally-induced changes in... 
Quitting harvest rate | Temperature | Winter | Mice | Thermal neutral zone | Giving up density | Optimal foraging | Peromyscus leucopus | ENERGY | DEER MICE | COSTS | ZOOLOGY | METABOLISM | BIOLOGY | PATCH USE | PREDATION RISK | Animals | Peromyscus - physiology | Barbarea | Seasons | Environment, Controlled | Feeding Behavior - physiology | Animal behavior | Night | Ambient temperature | Trays | Biology | Ceramics | Feeding | Forages
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Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, ISSN 0340-5443, 7/2004, Volume 56, Issue 3, pp. 270 - 278
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Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 1565-9801, 03/2019, Volume 2019, Issue 1-2, pp. 21 - 27
... wellbeing in a wide variety of species, including humans (Wingfield et al., 1998; Canoine et al., 2002; St. Juliana et al., 2014; Dantzer et al., 2014). Blood serum... 
FECAL GLUCOCORTICOID METABOLITES | CORTICOSTERONE | STEROIDS | BEHAVIOR | SEX | stress hormones | HABITAT SELECTION | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | EXTRACTION | CONSERVATION | rodent | ECOLOGY | MICE | glucocorticoids | desert | feces | MAMMALS
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Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 1565-9801, 03/2019, Volume 2019, Issue 1-2, pp. 28 - 36
We studied the influence of manipulating predation risk on Allenby's gerbil ( Gerbillus andersoni allenbyi) held in a large, outdoor enclosure. We measured... 
ADRENAL ACTIVITY | giving up density | WILD | CORTICOSTERONE | predation risk | HORMONAL RESPONSES | OWL | BEHAVIOR | stress hormones | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | rodent | ECOLOGY | PATCH USE | MICE | glucocorticoids | optimal foraging | STRESS
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Evolutionary Ecology Research, ISSN 1522-0613, 11/2011, Volume 13, Issue 8, pp. 869 - 878
Background: While many studies have addressed a prey's behavioural responses to predators, very few have tested how the prey's anti-predator behaviour changes... 
Multiple predators | Owl | Foraging | Foraging theory | Giving-up density | Predation | Predator | Gerbil | Optimal foraging | Prey behaviour | APPREHENSION | owl | predator | BEHAVIOR | ENVIRONMENT | foraging | predation | OVERESTIMATE | RATES | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | PREY | foraging theory | multiple predators | gerbil | giving-up density | prey behaviour | GENETICS & HEREDITY | ECOLOGY | PATCH USE | optimal foraging | PREDATION RISK | PREFERENCE | LIFE
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The Quarterly review of biology, ISSN 0033-5770, 03/2017, Volume 92, Issue 1, pp. 88 - 88
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Genome Announcements, ISSN 2169-8287, 2016, Volume 4, Issue 5
Salmonellosis is an important health problem worldwide and Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium is one of the most common isolated serovars. Here, we... 
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The American Midland Naturalist, ISSN 0003-0031, 10/2016, Volume 176, Issue 2, pp. 282 - 288
... as sources of habitat fragmentation or barriers to dispersal (ex., Trombulak and Frissell, 2000; Hopton and Choate, 2002; McDonald and St Clair, e.g. 2004). However... 
Statistical median | Road medians | Highways | Interstate highways | Roadside | Foraging | Animal communities | Mice | Mammals | Wildlife habitats | VERGES | QUALITY | BEHAVIOR | HABITAT | PATCH-USE | ECOLOGY | MICE | PREDATION RISK | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | PREFERENCE | TERRESTRIAL | Freeways | Habitat (Ecology) | Mammal populations | Predation (Biology) | Research | Ecological research | Predation | Roads & highways | Habitats | Animal behavior | Small mammals
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by Leung, Wilson and Shaffer, Christopher D and Chen, Elizabeth J and Quisenberry, Thomas J and Ko, Kevin and Braverman, John M and Giarla, Thomas C and Mortimer, Nathan T and Reed, Laura K and Smith, Sheryl T and Robic, Srebrenka and McCartha, Shannon R and Perry, Danielle R and Prescod, Lindsay M and Sheppard, Zenyth A and Saville, Ken J and McClish, Allison and Morlock, Emily A and Sochor, Victoria R and Stanton, Brittney and Veysey-White, Isaac C and Revie, Dennis and Jimenez, Luis A and Palomino, Jennifer J and Patao, Melissa D and Patao, Shane M and Himelblau, Edward T and Campbell, Jaclyn D and Hertz, Alexandra L and McEvilly, Maddison F and Wagner, Allison R and Youngblom, James and Bedi, Baljit and Bettincourt, Jeffery and Duso, Erin and Her, Maiye and Hilton, William and House, Samantha and Karimi, Masud and Kumimoto, Kevin and Lee, Rebekah and Lopez, Darryl and Odisho, George and Prasad, Ricky and Robbins, Holly Lyn and Sandhu, Tanveer and Selfridge, Tracy and Tsukashima, Kara and Yosif, Hani and Kokan, Nighat P and Britt, Latia and Zoellner, Alycia and Spana, Eric P and Chlebina, Ben T and Chong, Insun and Friedman, Harrison and Mammo, Danny A and Ng, Chun L and Nikam, Vinayak S and Schwartz, Nicholas U and Xu, Thomas Q and Burg, Martin G and Batten, Spencer M and Corbeill, Lindsay M and Enoch, Erica and Ensign, Jesse J and Franks, Mary E and Haiker, Breanna and Ingles, Judith A and Kirkland, Lyndsay D and Lorenz-Guertin, Joshua M and Matthews, Jordan and Mittig, Cody M and Monsma, Nicholaus and Olson, Katherine J and Perez-Aragon, Guillermo and Ramic, Alen and Ramirez, Jordan R and Scheiber, Christopher and Schneider, Patrick A and Schultz, Devon E and Simon, Matthew and Spencer, Eric and Wernette, Adam C and Wykle, Maxine E and Zavala-Arellano, Elizabeth and McDonald, Mitchell J and Ostby, Kristine and Wendland, Peter and DiAngelo, Justin R and Ceasrine, Alexis M and Cox, Amanda H and Docherty, James E.B and Gingras, Robert M and Grieb, Stephanie M and Pavia, Michael J and Personius, Casey L and Polak, Grzegorz L and Beach, Dale L and Cerritos, Heaven L and ... and Participating Students Fac
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, ISSN 2160-1836, 2017, Volume 7, Issue 8, pp. 2439 - 2460
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Evolutionary Ecology Research, ISSN 1522-0613, 09/2017, Volume 18, Issue 5, pp. 587 - 598
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American Midland Naturalist, ISSN 0003-0031, 10/2016, Volume 176, Issue 2, pp. 282 - 282
We explored the diversity of small mammal communities in highway roadsides and medians. We captured small mammals along 15 km of Interstate Highway 70 in... 
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Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 1565-9801, 2007, Volume 53, Issue 2, pp. 173 - 177
We examined the responses of moths to ail auditory stimulus in the field with respect to moth size, moth activity state (at rest or flying), whether it... 
Anti-predator behavior | Moth | Prey size | Activity state | Predation | Bat | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | PREY | bat | prey size | moth | BEHAVIOR | anti-predator behavior | predation | ECOLOGY | activity state | ECHOLOCATION | INSECTIVOROUS BATS
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The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, ISSN 0021-972X, 06/2020, Volume 105, Issue 6, pp. e2247 - e2260
...C L I N I C A L R E S E A R C H A R T I C L E doi:10.1210/clinem/dgaa040 J Clin Endocrinol Metab, June 2020, 105(6):1–14 https://academic.oup.com/jcem 1... 
Hypopituitarism | Disease | Brain tumors | Pituitary | Radiation therapy | Adenoma | Mutation | Growth hormone | Neuroendocrine tumors
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Nature immunology, ISSN 1529-2908, 07/2020, Volume 21, Issue 7, pp. 700 - 703
Nature Immunology’s 20th anniversary is a good opportunity to reminisce about the ImmGen collective endeavor — its goals, successes and horror stories — and... 
B cells
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Israel journal of ecology & evolution, ISSN 1565-9801, 05/2007, Volume 53, Issue 2, pp. 173 - 177
We examined the responses of moths to an auditory stimulus in the field with respect to moth size, moth activity state (at rest or flying), whether it... 
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Frontiers in Oncology, ISSN 2234-943X, 2015, Volume 5, p. 136
The clinical benefit of a multidisciplinary clinic practice model has been well described in a variety of medical specialties and cancer types. It proves... 
Medical education | Hematology/oncology | Research | Dermatology | Multimodality | DIAGNOSIS | medical education | INTERNATIONAL-SOCIETY | HEART-FAILURE | ADULTS | multimodality | ACC/AHA 2005 GUIDELINES | research | CARE | dermatology | ONCOLOGY | hematology/oncology | ASSOCIATION TASK-FORCE | OUTCOMES | Education | Lymphoma | Cutaneous
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Trends in Ecology & Evolution, ISSN 0169-5347, 06/2019, Volume 34, Issue 6, pp. 510 - 518
The effects of animal homeostatic function on ecological interactions have not been well-integrated into community ecology. Animals mediate environmental... 
PREDATION | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | SEED DISPERSAL | STOICHIOMETRY | CLIMATE-CHANGE | FUTURE | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | TEMPERATURE | GENETICS & HEREDITY | PLANTS | ECOLOGY | STRESS | WATER
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