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Journal of Morphology, ISSN 0362-2525, 04/2014, Volume 275, Issue 4, pp. 442 - 455
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Canadian Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0008-4301, 2013, Volume 91, Issue 12, pp. 899 - 905
The natural abundance of stable isotopes of elements in animal tissue is influenced by both biotic and abiotic factors. Biotically, animals feeding at higher... 
Chrysemys picta | position trophique | tortue peinte | Painted Turtle | isotope stable | stable isotope | enrichissement en azote | trophic position | nitrogen enrichment | Trophic position | Nitrogen enrichment | Stable isotope
Journal Article
Ecological Modelling, ISSN 0304-3800, 2010, Volume 221, Issue 10, pp. 1378 - 1393
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1970, Illinois biological monographs, Volume 43., 113
... (Chrysemys picta belli). The anlaysis, based on both normal and experimental material, attempts to determine the structural and functional significance of these members of the theropsid radiation... 
vertebrate zoology | Chrysemys picta bellii | telencephalon | cells | painted turtle | brain
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Amphibia-Reptilia, ISSN 0173-5373, 2014, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp. 149 - 159
... (Chrysemys picta marginata). Spectral reflectance of the carapace and plastron ground colors and of the red, yellow, and black markings of the head and limbs did not vary between the sexes... 
Chrysemys | melanism | reptile | color | turtle | reflectance | DICHROMATISM | ZOOLOGY | HABITATS | BELLII | REVERSAL
Journal Article
Chelonian Conservation and Biology, ISSN 1071-8443, 2010, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 244 - 249
... after development. We studied painted turtle (Chrysemys picta) vital rates at 5 ponds in the Charlotte Metropolitan... 
North Carolina | Chrysemys picta | USA | painted turtle | demography | Emydidae | Testudines | land-use change | Reptilia | Piedmont | semi-aquatic turtles | urbanization | SURVIVAL | TIME | ZOOLOGY | MARKED ANIMALS | ECOLOGY | HABITATS | ROAD MORTALITY | Single family | Demographics | Demography | Habitats | Mortality | Urbanization | Birds | Reptiles & amphibians | Estimates | Field study
Journal Article
Animal behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 2019, Volume 153, pp. 15 - 24
.... We studied maternal nesting behaviour in a western painted turtle, Chrysemys picta, population in northern Idaho, U.S.A. During 2013... 
Chrysemys picta | egg incubation | egg survival | turtle | maternal effects | EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT | TURTLES CHRYSEMYS-PICTA | CLIMATE-CHANGE | PHENOTYPES | SITE CHOICE | REPTILE EMBRYOS | ZOOLOGY | FITNESS CONSEQUENCES | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | POSTHATCHING GROWTH | INCUBATION-TEMPERATURE | DEVELOPMENTAL TEMPERATURES | Turtles
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Biological conservation, ISSN 0006-3207, 2012, Volume 152, pp. 90 - 95
► In a common garden, turtle populations differed in nest depth and nesting phenology. ► Populations did not differ in choice of shade cover over nests. ►... 
Common garden | Sex ratio | Chrysemys picta | Geographic variation | Phenology | Painted turtle | EVOLUTIONARY | CHRYSEMYS-PICTA | SIZE | LIZARD | RATIO | PATTERNS | RESPONSES | SHIFT | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | MODELS | TURTLE | ECOLOGY | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | Reptiles | Environmental aspects | Turtles | Evolution | Climatic changes | Global temperature changes
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Journal of experimental biology, ISSN 1477-9145, 2018, Volume 221, Issue 18, p. jeb176990
Western painted turtles (Chrysemys picta bellii) tolerate anoxic submergence longer than any other tetrapod, surviving more than 170 days at 3 degrees C... 
MicroCT | Chrysemys picta bellii | Carbonate | Bone | Buffering | Metabolic acidosis | LACTIC-ACID | CORTICAL BONE | VISCOELASTIC PROPERTIES | NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE | SEVERELY HYPOXIC WATER | MINERAL-CONTENT | MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES | ACID-BASE STATUS | BIOLOGY | CHRYSEMYS-PICTA-BELLII | LONG-TERM SUBMERGENCE
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Herpetological Conservation and Biology, ISSN 2151-0733, 10/2014, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 342 - 353
Western Painted Turtles (Chrysemys picta bellii) are the only native species of freshwater turtle extant in Western Canada and are a species-at-risk in British Columbia (BC... 
Painted Turtle | Chrysemys picta bellii | Hybridization | Introgression | Non-native | non-native | IMPACT | CONSERVATION | ZOOLOGY | MITOCHONDRIAL | hybridization | introgression | NUCLEAR MARKERS | SOFTWARE
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Chelonian Conservation and Biology, ISSN 1071-8443, 2012, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 59 - 67
.... We studied the movements of adult female painted turtles (Chrysemys picta) and red-eared sliders (Trachemys scripta... 
Chrysemys | USA | turtle | Trachemys | Tennessee | movements | compositional analysis | Emydidae | Testudines | habitat use | Reptilia | home range | telemetry | lake | APALONE-SPINIFERA | POPULATION | AQUATIC TURTLES | ZOOLOGY | HOME-RANGE | SNAPPING TURTLES | INSCULPTA | FRESH-WATER TURTLE | EMYDOIDEA-BLANDINGI | Transmitters | Diet | Habitats | Animal behavior | Birds | Ecology | Females | Reptiles & amphibians
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Northeastern Naturalist, ISSN 1092-6194, 2009, Volume 16, Issue 4, pp. 629 - 636
...BioOne Online Journals - Basking Behavior of Emydid Turtles (Chysemys picta, Graptemys geographica, and Trachemys scripta) in an Urban Landscape text/html... 
Ecological life histories | Dead wood | Urban ecology | Canals | Vegetation | Surface water | Turtles | Urban habitats | Habitat selection | Water temperature | ECOLOGY | RIVER | CHRYSEMYS-PICTA | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | FRESH-WATER TURTLES | PAINTED TURTLE | Animal behavior | Urban areas | Reptiles & amphibians | Landscape ecology
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Aquatic Botany, ISSN 0304-3770, 10/2018, Volume 149, pp. 40 - 45
•Quantity of intact macrophyte seeds defecated by Chrysemys picta can be high.•Seeds of Nymphaea odorata found in feces are capable of moderate to high level germination... 
Chrysemys picta | Seed dispersal | Nymphaea | Germination | Hydrophytes | Nuphar | MACROPHYTES | INTERPOND MOVEMENTS | NORTHERN | EMYS-ORBICULARIS | PLANT SCIENCES | NYMPHAEA-ODORATA | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | GROWTH | FISH | FRESH-WATER TURTLE | PERMUTATION TESTS | Turtles | Health aspects | Analysis | Food
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