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Brad Davidson, Assistant Professor

Norton, J., J. Cooley, A. Islam, C.D. Cota, and B. Davidson. 2013. Matrix Adhesion Polarizes Heart Progenitor Induction in the Invertebrate Chordate Ciona Intestinalis. Development 140 (6): 1301-1311.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2009. Teaching Resources: Microbiology. In The Encyclopedia of Microbiology, edited by M. Schaechter. 3rd ed. London: Elsevier.
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Jason Downs, Visiting Assistant Professor

Downs, J.P., E.B. Daeschler, F.A. Jenkins, Jr., and N.H. Shubin. 2011. A New Species of Laccognathus (Sarcopterygii, Porolepiformes) from the Late Devonian of Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31 (5): 981-996.
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Vince Formica, Assistant Professor

Benowitz, K.M., E.D. Brodie, and V. Formica. 2012. Morphological Correlates of a Combat Performance Trait in the Forked Fungus Beetle, Bolitotherus Cornutus. PLOS ONE 7 (8): 5.
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Scott F. Gilbert, Professor and Senior Research Associate

Moustakas-Verho, J.E., R. Zimm, J. Cebra-Thomas, N.K. Seppala, A. Kallonen, K.L. Mitchell, K. Hamalainen, I. Salazar-Ciudad, J. Jernvall, and S.F. Gilbert. 2013. The Origin and Loss of Periodic Patterning in the Turtle Shell. Integrative and Comparative Biology 53: E150.
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Gilbert, S.F., J. Sapp, and A.I. Tauber. 2012. A Symbiotic View of Life: We Have Never Been Individuals. Quarterly Review of Biology 87 (4): 325-341.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2012. Commentary: "The Epigenotype" by C.H. Waddington. International Journal of Epidemiology 41 (1): 20-23.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2012. Ecological Developmental Biology: Environmental Signals for Normal Animal Development. Evolution and Development 14 (10): 20-28.
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Moustakas, J.E., J.A. Cebra-Thomas, T. Hakkinen, J. Jernvall, and S.F. Gilbert. 2012. The Dynamic Network of Scute Formation. Integrative and Comparative Biology 52: E299.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2011. Ecological Developmental Biology: Redefining the Spatial Limits of Development. Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today 93 (1): 1-2.
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Gilbert, S.F., and S. Brauckmann. 2011. Fertilization Narratives in the art of Gustav Klimt, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo: Repression, Domination and Eros among Cells. Leonardo 44 (3): 221-227.
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Moustakas, J.E., N.K. Cebra-Thomas, A. Kallonen, K. Lewis, K. Hamalainen, J. Jernvall, and S.F. Gilbert. 2011. How the Turtle got its Spots. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51: E96.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., A. Terrell, M. Yin*, S.P. Shah, E. Betters*, T. Doles*, and S.F. Gilbert. 2011. Late Emerging Trunk Neural Crest Cells form the Turtle Plastron. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51: E172.
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Patel, N., Y.P. Cruz, M. Barresi, L. Iten, and S.F. Gilbert. 2011. New Materials and New Methods: Innovative Strategies for Integrating New Material into Syllabi. Developmental Biology 356 (1): 114.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2011. Translational Research in Birth Defects: Evolution and Development: Potential New Mechanisms of Teratogenesis. Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 91 (5): 309.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., S. Shah, G. Mangat, T. Doles*, A. Terrell, J. McCarthy, M. Yin*, and S.F. Gilbert. 2011. Trunk Neural Crest Cells form an Ectomesenchymal Dermis in the Turtle Plastron. Developmental Biology 356 (1): 251.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., A. Terrell, S. Shah, G. Mangat, J. McCarthy, E. Betters, and S.F. Gilbert. 2011. Trunk Neural Crest Cells Form an Ectomesenchymal Dermis in the Turtle Plastron. Faseb Journal 25 (Meeting Abstracts): 482.5.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., J. Robinson*, M. Yin, J. McCarthy, S. Shah, and S.F. Gilbert. 2010. Characterization of Late Emerging Trunk Neural Crest Cells in the Turtle Trachemys Scripta. Developmental Biology 344 (1): 415.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2010. Developmental Symbiosis: Integrating Life Histories through Gene Expression. Developmental Biology 344 (1): 48.
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Gilbert, S.F., E. McDonald*, N. Boyle*, N. Buttino*, L. Gyi*, M. Mai*, N. Prakash, and J. Robinson*. 2010. Symbiosis as a Source of Selectable Epigenetic Variation: Taking the Heat for the Big Guy. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 (1540): 671-678.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2009. Ageing and Cancer as Diseases of Epigenesis. Journal of Biosciences 34 (4): 601-604.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., A. Terrell, L. Gyi, J. Robinson, M. Yin, and S.F. Gilbert. 2009. Late Emerging Trunk Neural Crest Cells in the Turtle Trachemys Scripta. Developmental Biology 331 (2): 246.
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Koshiba-Takeuchi, K., A.D. Mori, B.L. Kaynak, J. Cebra-Thomas, T. Sukonnik, R.O. Georges, S. Latham, L. Beck, R.M. Henkelman, B.L. Black, E.N. Olson, J. Wade, J.K. Takeuchi, M. Nemer, S.F. Gilbert, and B.G. Bruneau. 2009. Reptilian Heart Development and the Molecular Basis of Cardiac Chamber Evolution. Nature 461 (7260): 95-U99.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2009. Scott F. Gilbert Bio. Evolution and Development 11 (4): 331-332.
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Gluckman, P.D., M.A. Hanson, P. Bateson, A.S. Beedle, C.M. Law, Z.A. Bhutta, K.V. Anokhin, P. Bougneres, G.R. Chandak, P. Dasgupta, G.D. Smith, P.T. Ellison, T.E. Forrester, S.F. Gilbert, E. Jablonka, H. Kaplan, A.M. Prentice, S.J. Simpson, R. Uauy, and M.J. West-Eberhard. 2009. Towards a New Developmental Synthesis: Adaptive Developmental Plasticity and Human Disease. Lancet 373 (9675): 1654-1657.
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Lyson, T., and S.F. Gilbert. 2009. Turtles All the Way Down: Loggerheads at the Root of the Chelonian Tree. Evolution and Development 11 (2): 133-135.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2008. All I Really Needed to Know I Learned during Gastrulation. CBE: Life Sciences Education 7 (1): 12-13.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2008. American Precursors of Evo-Devo: Ecology, Cell Lineage, and Pastimes Unworthy of the Deity. Theory in Biosciences 127 (4): 291-296.
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Gilber, S.F., and D. Epel. 2008. Ecological Developmental Biology: Integrating Epigenetics, Medicine, and Evolution. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2008. Evo-Devo: Integrating Development and Evolution. Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 82 (5): 345.
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Laland, K.N., J. Odling-Smee, and S.F. Gilbert. 2008. EvoDevo and Niche Construction: Building Bridges. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 310 (7): 549-566.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., Y. Hu*, J. Vogelsong, M. Yin, L. Gyi*, A. Terrell, and S.F. Gilbert. 2008. Late Emerging Trunk Neural Crest Cells in the Turtle Trachemys Scripta Revealed by DiI Injection and Neural Tube Organ Culture. Developmental Biology 319 (2): 501.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2008. Signals from Above: Normative Interactions of Embryos and the Environment. Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 82 (5): 348.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2007. "Second to the Right, Straight on 'til Morning": A Reply to Ruse. Biological Theory 2: 74-75.
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Gilbert, S.F., E. Scott, J. Palca, and C. Nichols. 2007. Communicating Science Without the Jargon. Developmental Biology 306 (1): 309.
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Gilbert, S.F., J.A. Cebra-Thomas, J.A., E. Betters*, M. Yin, C. Plafkin*, K. McDow*, and S.F. Gilbert. 2007. Evidence that a Late-Emerging Population of Trunk Neural Crest Cells Forms the Plastron Bones in the Turtle Trachemys Scripta. Evolution and Development 9 (3): 267-277.
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Gilbert, S.F., E. Betters*, M. Yin, C. Plafkin*, G. Bender*, and K. McDow*. 2007. Evidence that a Late-Emerging Population of Trunk Neural Crest Cells Forms the Turtle Plastron and Nuchal Bones. Developmental Biology 306 (1): 63.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2007. Fate Maps, Gene Expression Maps, and the Evidentiary Structure of Evolutionary Developmental Biology. In From Embryology to Evo-Devo: A History of Developmental Evolution, edited by J. Maienschein and M.D. Laubischler, 358-374. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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Collins, J.P., S.F. Gilbert, M.D. Laubichler, and G.B. Müller. 2007. Modeling in EvoDevo: How to Integrate Development, Evolution, and Ecology. In Modeling Biology: Structures, Behavior, Evolution, edited by M.D. Laubichler and G.B. Müller, 355-378. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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Gilbert, S.F., and the Swarthmore College Evolution and Development Seminar. 2007. The Aerodynamics of Flying Carpets: Why Biologists are Loath to "Teach the Controversy". In The Panda's Black Box: Opening Up the Intelligent Design Controversy, edited by N. Comfort, 40-62. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
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Gilbert, S.F., G. Bender*, E. Betters*, M. Yin, and J.A. Cebra-Thomas. 2007. The Contribution of Neural Crest Cells to the Nuchal Bone and Plastron of the Turtle Shell. Integrative and Comparative Biology 47 (3): 401-408.
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Gilbert, S.F., and G.S. Levit. 2007. The National Roots of Evo-Devo. Theory in Biosciences 126 (4): 115-116.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2006. Four Songs. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education 34: 1, 111, 112.
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Gilbert, S.F., and J.A. Cebra-Thomas. 2006. How Turtles Form Shells: Heterotopy and Heterochrony. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26 (3): 67A.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2006. In Memoriam: Lauri Saxén, 1927-2005. International Journal of Developmental Biology 50: 369-370.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2006. The Generation of Novelty: The Province of Developmental Biology. Biological Theory 1: 209-212.
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Gilbert, S.F., G. Bender*, M. Yin, and J.A. Cebra-Thomas. 2006. Trunk Neural Crest Cells Contribute to Plastron and Nuchal Bones in Turtles. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46: E49.
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Mikhailov, A.T.. 2005. Putting Evo-Devo into Focus: An Interview with Scott F. Gilbert. International Journal of Developmental Biology 49 (1): 9-16.
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Gilbert, S.F., A.L. Tyler, and E.J. Zackin. 2005. Bioethics and the New Embryology: Springboards for Debate. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2005. Gene Expression Maps: The Cartography of Transcription. In From Molecular Genetics to Genomics: The Mapping Cultures of Twentieth Century Genetics, edited by H.J. Rheinberger and J.P. Gaudillière, 79-94. New York: Routledge.
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Gilbert, S.F., Guest Commentator. 2005. Global Race for Stem Cell Therapies. Interview on The World. Boston, MA: BBC World Service, PRI, and WGBH Boston for National Public Radio.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., F. Tan*, S. Sistla*, E. Estes*, G. Bender*, C. Kim, P. Riccio*, and S.F. Gilbert. 2005. How the Turtle Forms its Shell: A Paracrine Hypothesis of Carapace Formation. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 304 (6): 558-569.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2005. Mechanisms for the Environmental Regulation of Gene Expression. Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today 72: 291-299.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2005. Mechanisms for the Environmental Regulation of Gene Expression: Ecological Aspects of Animal Development. Journal of Biosciences 30 (1): 65-74.
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Lewis*, X.X., J.A. Cebra-Thomas, and S.F. Gilbert. 2005. The Expression of Signaling Molecules in the Developing Scute of the Turtle Trachemys Scripta. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (6): 1159.
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Gilbert, S.F., J.A. Cebra-Thomas, J.A., P.N. Riccio, and J.C. Simonet. 2005. The Role of FGF Signaling in the Formation of the Turtle Carapace. Developmental Biology 283 (2): 656.
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Gilbert, S.F., and R. Howes-Mischel. 2004. "Show Me your Original Face before You were Born": The Convergence of Public Fetuses and Sacred DNA. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 26 (3/4): 377-394.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2004. A Case Against Undergraduate-Only Research Journals. Cell Biology Education 3 (1): 22-24.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2004. Foreword. In Crystals, Fabrics, and Fields: Metaphors that Shape Embryos, xi-xvi. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2004. General Principles of Differentiation and Morphogenesis. In Inborn Errors of Development: The Molecular Basis of Clinical Disorders on Morphogenesis, edited by C.J. Epstein, R.P. Erickson, and A. Wynshaw-Boris, 10-24. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Braukmann, S., and S.F. Gilbert. 2004. Sucking in the Gut: A Brief History of Early Studies on Gastrulation. In Gastrulation: From Cells to Embryo, edited by C.D. Stern, 1-22. Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., F. Tan, C. Kim, and S.F. Gilbert. 2004. The Role of Paracrine Factors in the Production of the Turtle Carapace: A Hypothesis. Developmental Biology 271 (2): 600.
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Steinberg, M.S., and S.F. Gilbert. 2004. Townes and Holtfreter (1955): Directed Movements and Selective Adhesion of Embryonic Amphibian Cells. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Comparative Experimental Biology 301 (9): 701-706.
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Gilbert, S.F., and J. Bard. 2003. Review of Embryos in Wax: Models from the Ziegler Studio by N. Hopwood. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 46 (1): 156-158.
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Gilbert, S.F., and R. Burian. 2003. Development, Evolution, and Evolutionary Developmental Biology and Developmental Genetics. In Keywords and Concepts in Evolutionary Developmental Biology, edited by B.K. Hall and W.M. Olson, 61-67, 68-73. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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Gilbert, S.F., M.S. Tyler, and R.N. Kozlowski. 2003. Differential Expressions2: Key Experiments in Developmental Biology. Film. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.

Gilbert, S.F., and J.A. Bolker. 2003. Ecological Developmental Biology: Preface to the Symposium. Evolution and Development 5 (1): 3-8.
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Gilbert, S.F., and A. Fausto-Sterling. 2003. Educating for Social Responsibility: Changing the Syllabus of Developmental Biology. International Journal of Developmental Biology 47: 227-244.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2003. Evo-Devo, Devo-Evo, and Devgen-Popgen. Biology and Philosophy 18 (2): 347-352.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., F. Tan, and S.F. Gilbert. 2003. How the Turtle Gets its Shell: A Provisional Outline. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (6): 971.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2003. Opening Darwin's Black Box: Teaching Evolution through Developmental Genetics. Nature Reviews Genetics 4 (9): 735-741.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., J. Bromer*, R. Gardner, G.K. Lam, H. Sheipe*, and S.F. Gilbert. 2003. T-box Gene Products are Required for Mesenchymal Induction of Epithelial Branching in the Embryonic Mouse Lung. Developmental Dynamics 226 (1): 82-90.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2003. The Morphogenesis of Evolutionary Developmental Biology. International Journal of Developmental Biology 47 (7/8): 467-477.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2003. The Reactive Genome. In Origination of Organismal Form: Beyond the Gene in Developmental and Evolutionary Biology, edited by G.B. Muller and S.A. Newman, 87-101. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2003. The Role of Predator-Induced Polyphenism in the Evolution of Cognition: A Baldwinian Speculation. In Evolution and Learning: The Baldwin Effect Reconsidered, edited by B.H. Weber and D.J. Depew, 10-24. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2002. Review of Genomic Regulation Systems: Development and Evolution by E.H. Davidson. American Journal of Medical Genetics 108 (4): 341-342.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2002. Canalization. In Encyclopedia of Evolution, edited by M. Pagel, 133-135. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2002. Dolly on the Road to Polly. Review of The Second Creation: Dolly and the Age of Biological Control by A. Wilmut, K. Campbell, and C. Tudge. BioScience 52 (9): 851-853.
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Mikhailov, A.T., and S.F. Gilbert. 2002. From Development to Evolution: The Re-Establishment of the Alexander Kowalevsky Medal. International Journal of Developmental Biology 46 (5): 693-698.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2002. Genetic Determinism: The Battle between Scientific Data and Social Image in Contemporary Developmental Biology. In On Human Nature: Anthropological, Biological, and Philosophical Foundations, edited by A. Grunwald, M. Gutmann, and E.M. Neumann-Held. New York: Springer.
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Tyler, M.S., R.N. Kozlowski, and S.F. Gilbert. 2002. Journeys: Great Experiments in Developmental Biology, as Told by Those who Performed Them. Developmental Biology 247 (2): 16.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2002. Predator-Induced Polyphenism. In The Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Chichester, PA: Wiley.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2002. Stephen J. Gould. Journal of Biosciences 27 (5): 445-446.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2002. Teaching Evolution through Evo-Devo. Developmental Biology 247 (2): 1.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2002. The Genome in its Ecological Context: Philosophical Perspectives on Interspecies Epigenesis. In From Epigenesis to Epigenetics: The Genome in Context (Vol. 981), edited by L. Van Speybroeck, G. Van De Vijver, and D. De Waele, 202-218. New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.
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Bender, G., F. Tan, S. Sistla, E. Estes, J. Cebra-Thomas, and S.F. Gilbert. 2002. The Turtle Shell as Co-Opting Developmental Programs of the Vertebrate Head. Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (6): 1194.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2001. A Primer on Human Embryonic Stem Cells. Global Spiral (August 16).
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Gilbert, S.F. 2001. Blind Matchmaker. Spiral 2 (2): 10-11.
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Gilbert, S.F., and Z. Zevit. 2001. Congenital Human Baculum Deficiency: The Generative Bone of Genesis. American Journal of Medical Genetics 101 (3): 284-285.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2001. Continuity and Change: Paradigm Shifts in Neural Induction. International Journal of Developmental Biology 45 (1): 155-164.
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Loredo, G.A., Brukman, M.P. Harris, D. Kagle, E.E. Leclair, R. Gutman, E. Denney, E. Henkelman, B.P. Murray, J.F. Fallon, R.S. Tuan, and S.F. Gilbert. 2001. Development of an Evolutionary Novel Structure: Fibroblast Growth Factor Expression in the Carapacial Ridge of Turtle Embryos. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 291: 274-281.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2001. Development of the Turtle Shell: Osteogenesis of an Evolutionary Novel Structure. Developmental Biology 235 (1): 544.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2001. Ecological Developmental Biology: Developmental Biology Meets the Real World. Developmental Biology 233 (1): 1-12.
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Bender, G., B.P. Murray, K. Clark, and S.F. Gilbert. 2001. Evidence for the Neural Crest Origin of the Turtle Plastron. American Zoologist 41 (6): 1388.
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Clark, K., G. Bender, B.P. Murray, K. Panfilio, S. Cook, R. Davis, K. Murnen, R.S. Tuan, and S.F. Gilbert. 2001. Evidence for the Neural Crest Origin of Turtle Plastron Bones. Genesis 31 (3): 111-117.
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Gilbert, S.F., and J.A. Bolker. 2001. Homologies of Process and Modular Elements of Embryonic Construction. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 291 (1): 1-12.
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Gilbert, S.F., and J.A. Bolker. 2001. Homologies of Process: Modular Elements of Embryonic Construction. In The Character Concept in Evolutionary Biology, edited by G. Wagner, 435-454. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2001. Lewis und Clark: Expedition von 1804 bis 1806: Die medizinische und soziologische bedeutung des Schwitzbadens, April 26-27. Saunabetrieb und bäderpraxis: 26-27.
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Gilbert, S.F., G.A. Loredo, A. Brukman, and A.C. Burke. 2001. Morphogenesis of the Turtle Shell: The Development of a Novel Structure in Tetrapod Evolution. Evolution and Development 3 (2): 47-58.
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Gilbert, S.F., and R.S. Tuan. 2001. New Vistas for Developmental Biology. Journal of Biosciences 26 (3): 293-298.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2001. Paradigm Shifts in Neural Induction. Revue d'histoire des sciences 53: 555-579.
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Gilbert, S.F., and K.A. Rader. 2001. Revisiting Women and Feminism in Developmental Biology. In Feminism in Twentieth-Century Science, Technology, and Medicine, edited by L. Schienberger and A. Creager, 73-97. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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Burian, R., and S.F. Gilbert. 2001. When the map Becomes the Territory. Trends in Genetics 17: 376-377.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2000. Developmental Biology. 6th ed. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.
2003. 7th ed. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.
2006. 8th ed. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.
2010. 9th ed. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2000. Diachronic Biology Meets Evo-Devo: C.H. Waddington's Approach to Evolutionary Developmental Biology. American Zoologist 40 (5): 729-737.
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Gilbert, S.F., and S. Sarkar. 2000. Embracing Complexity: Organicism for the 21st Century. Developmental Dynamics 219 (1): 1-9.
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Gilbert, S.F. 2000. Genes Classical and Genes Developmental: The Different Uses of the Gene in Evolutionary Synthesis. In Gene Concepts in Development and Evolution, edited by P. Buerton, R. Falk, and H.J. Rheinberger, 178-192. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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Gilbert, S.F., with collaboration from the Biology and Gender Study Group. 2000. Mainstreaming Feminist Critique into the Biology Curriculum. In Doing Science and Culture, edited by R. Reid and S. Traweek, 199-220. New York: Routledge.
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Gilbert, S.F., G.A. Loredo, A. Brukman, and R.S. Tuan. 2000. Studies in Turtle Shell Development: Osteogenesis of an Evolutionary Novel Structure. American Zoologist 40 (6): 1027-1028.
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Gilbert, S.F. 1999. Review of Disciplining Reproduction: Modernity, American Life Sciences by A.E. Clarke. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73 (4): 733-734.
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Gilbert, S.F., and G.E. Allen. 1999. Baldwin, Waddington, and Schmalhausen and the Foundations of Evolutionary Developmental Biology. American Zoologist 39 (5): 635.
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Gilbert, S.F. 1999. Comments to M. Morange: The Developmental Gene Concept, Gene Concepts in Development and Evolution. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science 123: 43-48.
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1999. Fundamental Changes in Cellular Biology in the 20th Century: Biology of Development, Chemistry, and Physics in the Life Sciences. C. Galperin, S.F. Gilbert, and B. Hoppe, ed. Brussels: Brepols.
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Gilbert, S.F. 1999. Homologies of Process. In Fundamental Changes in Cellular Biology in the 20th Century: Biology of Development, Chemistry, and Physics in the Life Sciences, edited by C. Galperin, S.F. Gilbert, and B. Hoppe, 165-168. Brussels: Brepols.
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Gilbert, S.F. 1999. Using Websites instead of Final Papers: Pax6 Expression in the Potato Eye. Developmental Biology 210 (1): 10.
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Gilbert, S.F. 1998. Bearing Crosses: A Historiography of Genetics and Embroyology. American Journal of Medical Genetics 76 (2): 168-182.
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Gilbert, S.F. 1998. Conceptual Breakthroughs in Developmental Biology. Journal of Biosciences 23 (3): 169-176.
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Gilbert, S.F. 1998. Human Cloning. New England Journal of Medicine 339 (21): 1558-1559.
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Gilbert, S.F., J.A. Cebra-Thomas, J. Bromer, G.K. Lam, and H. Sheipe. 1998. Role of the Tbx Gene Family in Mesenchymal Control of Lung Epithelial Branching. Molecular Biology of the Cell 9: 1787.
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Cebra-Thomas, J.A., J. Bromer*, G.K. Lam, H. Sheipe*, and S.F. Gilbert. 1998. Role of the Tbx Gene Family in Mesenchymal Control of Lung Epithelial Branching. Molecular Biology of the Cell 9: 1787.
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Gilbert, S.F., and E.M. Jorgensen. 1998. Wormholes: A Commentary on K.F. Schaffer's Genes, Behavior, and Developmental Emergentism. Philosophy of Science 65 (2): 259-266.
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Gilbert, S.F. 1997. Bodies of Knowledge: Multiculturalism and Science. In Changing Life: Genomes, Ecologies, Bodies, Commodities, edited by P.J. Taylor, S.E. Halfon, and P.N. Edwards, 36-55. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
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Sara Hiebert Burch, Professor

Goloff*, B.M., P. Gonzalez-Gomez, J.C. Wingfield, and S.M. Hiebert. 2013. Stress Response of Wild-Caught Rufous Hummingbirds. Integrative and Comparative Biology 53: E289.
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Pannorfi*, R., B.M. Zee*, I. Vatnick, N. Berner, and S.M. Hiebert. 2012. Dietary Lipid Saturation Influences Environmental Temperature Preference but Not Resting Metabolic Rate in the Djungarian Hamster (Phodopus Sungorus). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85 (4): 405-414.
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Liu*, T.Y., H. Hougen*, A.C. Vollmer, and S.M. Hiebert. 2012. Gut Bacteria Profiles of Mus Musculus at the Phylum and Family Levels are Influenced by Saturation of Dietary Fatty Acids. Anaerobe 18 (3): 331-337.
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Hougen*, H.Y., and S.M. Hiebert. 2011. The Effect of Temperature on the Sensitivity to and Preference for an n-3 and an n-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid in Mice. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51 (E203).
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Liu*, T., H. Hougen*, S.M. Hiebert, and A.C. Vollmer. 2010. Bacteroidetes/Firmicutes Ratios in Mus Musculus are Affected by Saturation of Dietary Fatty Acids. Abstracts of the 110th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-252.
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Hougen, H.Y., and S.M. Hiebert. 2009. Effect of Diets Rich in Saturated and Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids on Performance of Mus Musculus in Warm and Cold Environments. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49: E245.
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Bice, T., D. Gilchrist-Scott, S.M. Hiebert, and A.C. Vollmer. 2009. Environmentally Dependent Differential Fatty Acid Consumption does not Significantly Alter Mus Musculus Colonic Microbial Profiles. Abstracts of the 109th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-036.
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Hunter-Smith, S., L. Huang, and S.M. Hiebert. 2009. Fatty Acid Taste Receptor Expression During Cold-Induced Changes in Dietary Lipid Preference in Mus Musculus. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49: E246.
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Benjamin, C., B. Zee, S.M. Hiebert, and A.C. Vollmer. 2009. Gut Microbial Profiles: Investigating the Influence of Dietary Fatty Acid Consumption on Phodopus Sungorus Colonic Microbiota using 16S rRNA Gene Sequence Analysis. Abstracts of the 109th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-037.
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Hiebert, S.M., and M.P. Morse. 2009. Undergraduate Research: Benefiting Students and Professors. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49: E75.
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Hiebert, S.M., and J. Noveral. 2007. Are Chicken Embryos Endotherms or Ectotherms? A Laboratory Exercise Integrating Concepts in Thermoregulation and Metabolism. Advances in Physiology Education 31 (1): 97-109.
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Geiser, F., B.M. McAllan, G.J. Kenagy, and S.M. Hiebert. 2007. Photoperiod Affects Daily Torpor and Tissue Fatty Acid Composition in Deer Mice. Naturwissenschaften 94 (4): 319-325.
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Hiebert, S.M. 2007. Teaching Simple Experimental Design to Undergraduates: Do Your Students Understand the Basics?. Advances in Physiology Education 31 (1): 82-92.
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Hiebert, S.M. 2007. The Strong-Inference Protocol: Not Just for Grant Proposals. Advances in Physiology Education 31 (1): 93-96.
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Burch, E., and S.M. Hiebert. 2006. Bower Orientation in Satin Bowerbirds: The Sun Gets in Their Eyes?. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46: E175.
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Hiebert, S.M., S.A. Green*, and S.M. Yellon. 2006. Daily Timed Melatonin Feedings Mimic Effects of Short Days on Testis Regression and Cortisol in Circulation in Siberian Hamsters. General and Comparative Endocrinology 146 (3): 211-216.
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Hiebert, S.M. 2006. Why You Need the SICB Digital Library: Its Place in Current Pedagogy. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46: E60.
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Reid, J.M., P. Arcese, A. Cassidy, S.M. Hiebert, J.N.M. Smith, P.K. Stoddard, A.B. Marr, and L.F. Keller. 2005. Fitness Correlates of Song Repertoire Size in Free-Living Song Sparrows (Melospiza Melodia). American Naturalist 165 (3): 299-310.
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Keeley*, K.O., J.M. Kreft*, J.T. Nauseef*, L.W. Reynolds*, M. Haussmann, and S.M. Hiebert. 2005. Recombinant Human Erythropoietin Reduces Time to Exhaustion during Endurance Running in Djungarian Hamsters, Phodopus Sungorus. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (6): 1152.
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Hiebert, S.M., E. Leininger, R. Huneryager, L. Le, T. Tran, J. Song, and A. Verardo. 2004. Environmental Regulation of Dietary Lipid Choice in Phodopus Sungorus. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44 (6): 705.
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Reid, J.M., P. Arcese, A. Cassidy, S.M. Hiebert, J.N.M. Smith, P.K. Stoddard, A.B. Marr, and L.F. Keller. 2004. Song Repertoire Size Predicts Initial Mating Success in Male Song Sparrows, Melospiza Melodia. Animal Behaviour 68 (5): 1055-1063.
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Hiebert, S.M. 2004. Using Learning Journals in the Biology Classroom. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44 (6): 568.
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Hiebert, S.M., R. Pannorfi, E. Leininger, L. Le, R. Huneryager, and E. Pike. 2003. Dietary Lipids, Temperature and Melatonin: Behavioral Preference Adjustments in Hamsters Consistent with the Membrane Homeoviscosity Model. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (6): 1018.
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Hiebert, S.M., K. Hauser*, and A.J. Ebrahim*. 2003. Djungarian Hamsters Exhibit Temperature-Dependent Dietary Fat Choice in Long Days. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76 (6): 850-857.
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Hiebert, S.M. 2003. Facts and More Facts: Using General Principles to Help Students Make Sense of Biology. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (6): 1062.
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Hiebert, S.M., and E. Burch. 2003. Simulated Human Diving and Heart Rate: Making the Most of the Diving Response as a Laboratory Exercise. Advances in Physiology Education 27 (3): 130-145.
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Hiebert, S.M., K.G. Salvante, M. Ramenofsky, and J.C. Wingfield. 2000. Corticosterone and Nocturnal Torpor in the Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus Rufus). General and Comparative Endocrinology 120 (2): 220-234.
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Hiebert, S.M., E.K. Fulkerson, K.T. Lindermayer, and S.D. McClure. 2000. Effect of Temperature on Preference for Dietary Unsaturated Fatty Acids in the Djungarian Hamster (Phodopus Sungorus). Canadian Journal of Zoology 78 (8): 1361-1368.
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Hiebert, S.M. 2000. Information Age Testing: Making Rigorous Exams Fun to Write and Easy to Grade. Advances in Physiology Education 23 (1): 96-100.
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Hiebert, S.M., M. Ramenofsky, K. Salvante, J.C. Wingfield, and C.L. Gass. 2000. Noninvasive Methods for Measuring and Manipulating Corticosterone in Hummingbirds. General and Comparative Endocrinology 120 (2): 235-247.
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Hiebert, S.M., E.M. Thomas, T.M. Lee, K.M. Pelz, S.M. Yellon, and I. Zucker. 2000. Photic Entrainment of Circannual Rhythms in Goldenmantled Ground Squirrels: Role of the Pineal Gland. Journal of Biological Rhythms 15 (2): 126-134.
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Hiebert, S.M., K. Salvante, M. Ramenofsky, and J.C. Wingfield. 2000. Seasonal Differences in the Response of Corticosterone and Nocturnal Torpor to Energy Challenge in Rufous Hummingbirds. American Zoologist 40 (6): 1055.
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Hiebert, S.M., T.M. Lee, P. Licht, and I. Zucker. 1998. Estradiol Phase Shifts Circannual Body Mass Rhythms of Male Ground Squirrels. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 43 (3): R754-R759.
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John B. Jenkins, Professor

Hott, A.M., C.A. Huether, J.D. McInerney, C. Christianson, R. Fowler, H. Bender, J. Jenkins, A. Wysocki, G. Markle, and R. Karp. 2002. Genetics Content in Introductory Biology Courses for Non-Science Majors: Theory and Practice. Bioscience 52 (11): 1024-1035.
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Nicholas J. Kaplinsky, Associate Professor

Yeh, C.H., N.J. Kaplinsky, C. Hu, and Y.Y. Charng. 2012. Some Like It Hot, Some Like It Warm: Phenotyping to Explore Thermotolerance Diversity. Plant Science 195: 10-23.
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Gu, Y., N.J. Kaplinsky, M. Bringmann, A. Cobb, A. Carroll, A. Sampathkumar, T.I. Baskin, S. Persson, and C.R. Somerville. 2010. Identification of a Cellulose Synthase-Associated Protein Required for Cellulose Biosynthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (29): 12866-12871.
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Perez*, D.E., J.S. Hoyer*, A.I. Johnson*, Z.R. Moody*, J. Lopez*, and N.J. Kaplinsky. 2009. BOBBER1 is a Noncanonical Arabidopsis Small Heat Shock Protein Required for Both Development and Thermotolerance. Plant Physiology 151 (1): 241-252.
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Phillips, K.A., A.L. Skirpan, N.J. Kaplinsky, and P. McSteen. 2009. Developmental Disaster 1: A Novel Mutation Causing Defects During Vegetative and Inflorescence Development in Maize (Zea Mays, Poaceae). American Journal of Botany 96 (2): 420-430.
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Jurkuta, R.J., N.J. Kaplinsky, J.E. Spindel*, and M.K. Barton. 2009. Partitioning the Apical Domain of the Arabidopsis Embryo Requires the BOBBER1 NudC Domain Protein. Plant Cell 21 (7): 1957-1971.
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Kaplinsky, N.J. 2009. Temperature Compensation of Auxin Dependent Developmental Patterning. Plant Signaling and Behavior 4 (12): 1157-1158.
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José-Luis Machado, Associate Professor

Bowne, D.R., A.L. Downing, M.F. Hoopes, K. LoGiudice, C.L. Thomas, L.J. Anderson, T.B. Gartner, D.J. Hornbach, K. Kuers, J.L. Machado, B.R. Pohlad, and K.L. Shea. 2011. Transforming Ecological Science at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions through Collaborative Networks. Bioscience 61 (5): 386-392.
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Reich, P.B., M.G. Tjoelker, K.S. Pregitzer, I.J. Wright, J. Oleksyn, and J.L. Machado. 2008. Scaling of Respiration to Nitrogen in Leaves, Stems and Roots of Higher Land Plants. Ecology Letters 11 (8): 793-801.
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Reich, P.B., M.G. Tjoelker, J.L. Machado, and J. Oleksyn. 2007. Biological Scaling: Does the Exception Prove the Rule? (Reply). Nature 445 (7127): E10-E11.
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Parrado-Rosselli, A., J.L. Machado, and T. Prieto-López. 2006. Comparison between Two Methods for Measuring Fruit Production in a Tropical Forest. Biotropica 38 (2): 267-271.
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Machado, J.L., and P.B. Reich. 2006. Dark Respiration Rate Increases with Plant Size in Saplings of Three Temperate Tree Species despite Decreasing Tissue Nitrogen and Nonstructural Carbohydrates. Tree Physiology 26 (7): 915-923.
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Reich, P.B., M.G. Tjoelker, J.L. Machado, and J. Oleksyn. 2006. Universal Scaling of Respiratory Metabolism, Size and Nitrogen in Plants. Nature 439 (7075): 457-461.
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Esquejo*, R., A. Strong*, S., Losq*, V. Asher*, L. Kett*, J.L. Machado, and A.C. Vollmer. 2005. Identification of Mycorrhizal Fungi Associated with the Roots of Invasive Norway Maple and Native Sugar Maple in Swarthmore, PA. Presentation at Northeast Ecology and Evolution Conference, at Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.
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Machado, J.L., M.B. Walters, and P.B. Reich. 2003. Below-Ground Resources Limit Seedling Growth in Forest Understories but do not Alter Biomass Distribution. Annals of Forest Science 60 (4): 319-330.
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Frelich, L.E., J.L Machado, and P.B. Reich. 2003. Fine-Scale Environmental Variation and Structure of Understorey Plant Communities in Two Old-Growth Pine Forests. Journal of Ecology 91 (2): 283-293.
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Reich, P.B., C. Buschena, M.G. Tjoelker, K. Wrage, J. Knops, D. Tilman, and J.L. Machado. 2003. Variation in Growth Rate and Ecophysiology among 34 Grassland and Savanna Species under Contrasting N Supply: A Test of Functional Group Differences. New Phytologist 157 (3): 617-631.
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Hogan, K., and J.L. Machado. 2002. The Light Environment in Tropical Forests: Biological Implications and Measurements. In Neotropical Forest Ecology and Conservation, edited by M.R. Guariguata and G.H. Kattan, 119-144. Costa Rica: Libro Universitario Regional.
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Rachel A. Merz, Professor

Crane*, R.L., and R.A. Merz. 2013. Are They Stuck in the Mud: Sediment Properties and the Burrowing Abilities of Two Species of Lugworm in False Bay, Washington. Integrative and Comparative Biology 53: E271.
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Hardy*, A.R., and R.A. Merz. 2012. Flippin' Out: Inverted Sand Dollars Actively Orient Themselves in Flow to Maximize Lift for Righting 52: E73.
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Cushman*, K.C., and R.A. Merz. 2012. Maximizing Feeding in Minimal Flow: Behavioral and Morphological Plasticity of Balanus Glandula. Integrative and Comparative Biology 52: E40.
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Barnard, M.E., A. Strandburg-Peshkin, I.R. Yarett, and R.A. Merz. 2012. The Blue Streak: A Dynamic Trait in the Mud Fiddler Crab, Uca Pugnax. Invertebrate Biology 131 (1): 52-60.
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Donoughe, S., J.D. Crall, R.A. Merz, and S.A. Combes. 2011. Resilin in Dragonfly and Damselfly Wings and its Implications for Wing Flexibility. Journal of Morphology 272 (12): 1409-1421.
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Crall, J.D., S.T. Donoughe, R.A. Merz, and S.A. Combes. 2010. A Complex Flex: Comparative Functional Morphology of Flexible Vein-Joints in Dragonflies and Damselflies. Integrative and Comparative Biology 50: E35.
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Barnard*, M.E., A.R. Strandburg-Peshkin*, I.R. Yarett*, and R.A. Merz. 2010. The Blue Streak in Uca Pugnax: Fast, Bright, and Beautiful - but Does it Mean Anything?. Integrative and Comparative Biology 50: E203.
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Hussain, F.N., R.A. Merz, and E.A. Vallen. 2009. How does the Cell Morphology of the Sea Anemone, Aiptasia Pallida, Change as a Result of its Symbiosis with Intracellular Zooxanthellae?. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49: E247.
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Merz, R.A., F.N. Hussain, K.A. Stockbower, F.O. Taschuk, I.R. Yarett, S.R. Santos, Y. Xiang, and E.A. Vallen. 2009. The Patchy Distribution of Zooxanthellae in the Gastrodermal Landscape of Symbiotic Anemones. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49: E272.
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Merz, R.A., and S.A. Woodin. 2006. Polychaete Chaetae: Function, Fossils, and Phylogeny. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46 (4): 481-496.
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Birenheide, R., and R.A. Merz. 2006. Rolling out the SICB Library: What are the Procedures for Submission and Review?. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46: E12.
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Merz, R.A. 2006. Worms as Architects: Building a Better Sense of the Interior Design of Tubes. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46: E230.
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Horwith*, M.J., and R.A. Merz. 2005. Sediment Size and Interspecies Interaction Affect Burrowing Times of Emerita Talpoida in Swash. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (6): 1147.
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Kreft*, J.M., D.M. McCandlish*, L.W. Reynolds*, and R.A. Merz. 2005. Trees Pumping Iron: Seasonal Changes in Material Properties of Branch Wood in Sugar Maple (Acer Saccharum) and Bur Oak (Quercus Macrocapa). Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (6): 1155.
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Merz, R.A., M. Hashimoto, and D.A. Patel. 2004. Do Intertidal Barnacles (Semibalanus Cariosus) and Anemones (Anthopleura Elegantissima) Benefit from being Neighbors?. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44 (6): 729.
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Woodin, S.A., and R.A. Merz. 2004. Setal Function, Phylogeny, and Lifestyle Revelations among the Worms. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44 (6): 667.
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Woodin, S.A., R.A. Merz, F.M. Thomas, D.R. Edwards, and I.L. Garcia*. 2003. Chaetae and Mechanical Function: Tools no Metazoan Class should be Without. Hydrobiologia 496: 253-258.
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Merz, R.A., and J.A. Miyamae*. 2003. Siphons, Snails, and Odor Trails: Shell Morphology and Scent-Tracking in Marine Gastropods. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (6): 952.
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Cheng*, A., and R.A. Merz. 2003. Solutions to Staying Put: Two Sticky Scyphozoans. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (6): 1034.
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Finelli, C.M., D.D. Hart, and R.A. Merz. 2002. Stream Insects as Passive Suspension Feeders: Effects of Velocity and Food Concentration on Feeding Performance. Oecologia 131 (1): 145-153.
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Merz, R.A. 2001. Setae: Tools No Metazoan Class should be Without. Presentation at 7th International Polychaete Conference, at Háskólabíó centre, Reykjavic.
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Merz, R.A., and S.A. Woodin. 2000. Hooked Setae: Tests of the Anchor Hypothesis. Invertebrate Biology 119 (1): 67-82.
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Merz, R.A., S.B. Altschuler, and K.C. Hauser. 1999. Growing Ploughshares into Swords: The Morphological and Functional Transition of Feeding to Display Claws in Maturing Male Fiddler Crabs. American Zoologist 39 (5): 233.
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Merz, R.A. 1998. Coral Gamete Bundles: Fluid-Mechanical Advantages of Putting All your Eggs in One Basket. American Zoologist 37 (5): 11A.
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Merz, R.A., and D.R. Edwards. 1998. Jointed Setae: Their Role in Locomotion and Gait Transitions in Polychaete Worms. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 228 (2): 273-290.
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Hart, D.D., and R.A. Merz. 1998. Predator Prey Interactions in a Benthic Stream Community: A Field Test of Flow-Mediated Refuges. Oecologia 114 (2): 263-273.
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Merz, R.A. 1998. Turbulent Mixing and Transport During the Mass Spawning Event on the Great Barrier Reef. American Zoologist 37 (5): 11A.
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Jocelyne Noveral, Laboratory Instructor

Wise, S., N.T. Davis, E. Tyndale, J. Noveral, M.G. Folwell, V. Bedian, I.F. Emery, and K.K. Siwicki. 2002. Neuroanatomical Studies of Period Gene Expression in the Hawkmoth, Manduca Sexta. Journal of Comparative Neurology 447 (4): 366-380.
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Robert E. Savage, Professor Emeritus

Polis, C.A., and R.E. Savage. 2004. Calming John Bartram's Passion: Sweden's Scientific Certification of Philadelphia's Botanist. In America's Curious Botanist: A Tercentennial Reappraisal of John Bartram (1699-1777), edited by N.E. Hoffmann and J.C. Van Horne, 53-66. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society.
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Kathleen K. Siwicki, Professor

Starostina, E., T. Liu, V. Vijayan, Z. Zheng*, K.K. Siwicki, and C.W. Pikielny. 2012. A Drosophila DEG/ENaC Subunit Functions Specifically in Gustatory Neurons Required for Male Courtship Behavior. Journal of Neuroscience 32 (13): 4665-4674.
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McBride, S.M.J., C.H. Choi, B.P. Schoenfeld, A.J. Bell, D.A. Liebelt, D. Ferreiro, R.J. Choi, P. Hinchey, M. Kollaros, A.M. Terlizzi, N.J. Ferrick, E. Koenigsberg, R.L. Rudominer, A. Sumida, S. Chiorean, K.K. Siwicki, H.T. Nguyen, M.E. Fortini, T.V. McDonald, and T.A. Jongens. 2010. Pharmacological and Genetic Reversal of Age-Dependent Cognitive Deficits Attributable to Decreased Presenilin Function. Journal of Neuroscience 30 (28): 9510-9522.
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Siwicki, K.K., and E.A. Kravitz. 2009. Fruitless, Doublesex and the Genetics of Social Behavior in Drosophila Melanogaster. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 19 (2): 200-206.
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Siwicki, K.K. 2007. Putative Circadian Pacemaker Cells in the Antenna of the Hawkmoth Manduca Sexta. Cell and Tissue Research 330 (2): 271-278.
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McBride, S.M.J., C.H. Choi, Y. Wang, D. Liebelt, E. Braunstein, D. Ferreiro, A. Sehgal, K.K. Siwiki, T.C. Dockendorff, H.T. Nguyen, T.V. McDonald, and T.A. Jongens. 2005. Pharmacological Rescue of Synaptic Plasticity, Courtship Behavior, and Mushroom Body Defects in a Drosophila Model of Fragile X Syndrome. Neuron 45 (5): 753-764.
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Siwicki, K.K., V. Asher*, S. Cross*, and J. Donlea*. 2005. Pheromone-Dependent Short Term and Long Term Memory Induced by Unproductive Courtship Experience. Drosophila Society of Neuroscience Abstracts 31: 777.8.
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Siwicki, K.K., L. Ladewski*, P. Riccio*, F. Marcillac, L. Dartevelle, S. Cross*, and J.F. Ferveur. 2005. The Role of Cuticular Pheromones as Chemosensory Stimuli in Memory of Courtship Conditioning in Drosophila Males. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 30: 553.7.
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Siwicki, K.K., P. Riccio*, L. Ladewski*, F. Marcillac, L. Dartevelle, S.A. Cross, and J.F. Ferveur. 2005. The Role of Cuticular Pheromones in Courtship Conditioning of Drosophila Males. Learning and Memory 12 (6): 636-645.
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Siwicki, K.K., M. Stengl, C. Flecke, and J. Schuckel. 2004. Examination of Circadian Rhythms in the Antenna of the Moth Manduca Sexta. Association for Chemoreception Sciences Abstracts 26: 99.
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Siwicki, K.K., and L. Ladewski*. 2003. Associative Learning and Memory in Drosophila: Beyond Olfactory Conditioning. Behavioural Processes 64 (2): 225-238.
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Dockendorff, T.C., H.S. Su, S.M.J. McBride, Z.H.Yang, C.H. Choi, K.K. Siwicki, A. Sehgal, and T.A. Jongens. 2002. Drosophila Lacking dfmr1 Activity Show Defects in Circadian Output and Fail to Maintain Courtship Interest . Neuron 34 (6): 973-984.
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Wise, S., N.T. Davis, E. Tyndale, J. Mattei-Noveral, M.G. Folwell, V. Bedian, I.F. Emery, and K.K. Siwicki. 2002. Neuroanatomical Studies of Period Gene Expression in the Hawkmouth, Manduca Sexta. Journal of Comparative Neurology 447 (4): 366-380.
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McBride, S.M.J., G. Giuliani, C. Choi, P. Krause, D. Correale, K. Watson, G. Baker, and K.K. Siwicki. 1999. Mushroom Body Ablation Impairs Short-Term Memory and Long-Term Memory of Courtship Conditioning in Drosophila Melanogaster. Neuron 24 (4): 967-977.
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Elizabeth A. Vallen, Professor

Wloka, C., E.A. Vallen, L. Thé, X. Fang, Y. Oh, and E. Bi. 2013. Immobile Myosin-II Plays a Scaffolding Role during Cytokinesis in Budding Yeast. Journal of Cell Biology 200 (3): 271-286.
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Fang, X.D., J.Y. Luo, R. Nishihama, C. Wloka, C. Dravis, M. Travaglia, M. Iwase, E.A. Vallen, and E.F. Bi. 2010. Biphasic Targeting and Cleavage Furrow Ingression Directed by the Tail of a Myosin II. Journal of Cell Biology 191 (7): 1333-1350.
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Nishihama, R., J.H. Schreiter, M. Onishi, E.A. Vallen, J. Hanna, K. Moravcevic, M.F. Lippincott*, H. Han*, M.A. Lemmon, J.R. Pringle, and E. Bi. 2009. Role of Inn1 and its Interactions with Hof1 and Cyk3 in Promoting Cleavage Furrow and Septum Formation in S. Cerevisiae. Journal of Cell Biology 185 (6): 995-1012.
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Merz, R.A., F.N. Hussain, K.A. Stockbower, F.O. Taschuk, I.R. Yarett, S.R. Santos, Y. Xiang, and E.A. Vallen. 2009. The Patchy Distribution of Zooxanthellae in the Gastrodermal Landscape of Symbiotic Anemones. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49: E272.
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Vallen, E.A., M. Iwase, K.L. Bass*, M.F. Lippincott*, F. Castro*, and E. Bi. 2004. Characterization of Cytokinesis Mutants in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. Molecular Biology of the Cell 15: 141A-142A.
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Luo, J.Y., C. Dravis, S.E. Tcheperegine, B. Dress, E.A. Vallen, and E. Bi. 2004. Identification and Functional Analysis of the Essential and Regulatory Light Chains of the Only Type II Myosin Myo1p in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. Journal of Cell Biology 165 (6): 843-855.
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Vallen, E.A. 2002. Analysis of Protein Localization and Secretory Pathway Function using the Yeast Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. Cell Biology Education 1 (4): 173-192.
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Devault, A., E.A. Vallen, T. Yuan*, S. Green*, A. Bensimon, and E. Schwob. 2002. Identification of Tah11/Sid2 as the Ortholog of the Replication Licensing Factor Cdt1 in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. Current Biology 12 (8): 689-694.
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Vallen, E.A., K.L. Bass*, M.F. Lippincott*, and E. Bi. 2001. Characterization of Cytokinesis Mutants in Saccaromyces Cerevisiae. Molecular Biology of the Cell 12: 2509.
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Jacobson, M.D., B.E. Williams, C.X. Munoz, K.S. Knox, L.L. Lu, S. Green*, F.R. Cross, and E.A. Vallen. 2001. Mutations in SID2, a Novel Gene in S-Cerevisiae, are Lethal in Combination with Sic1 Deletion and may Cause a Defect during S Phase. Molecular Biology of the Cell 12: 52.
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Jacobson, M.D., C.X. Muñoz*, K.S. Knox*, B.E. Williams*, L.L. Lu*, F.R. Cross, and E.A. Vallen. 2001. Mutations in SID2, a Novel Gene in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, cause Synthetic Lethality with sic1 Seletion and may Cause a Defect during S Phase. Genetics 159 (1): 17-33.
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Vallen, E.A., J. Caviston, and E. Bi. 2000. Roles of Hof1p, Bni1p, Bnr1p, and Myo1p in Cytokinesis in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. Molecular Biology of the Cell 11 (2): 593-611.
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Vallen, E.A., and F.R. Cross. 1999. Interaction between the MEC1-Dependent DNA Synthesis Checkpoint and G1 Cyclin Function in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. Genetics 151 (2): 459-471.
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Vallen, E.A., M.D. Jacobson, K.S. Knox, and F.R. Cross. 1999. SID2, a Novel Gene in S. Cerevisiae Synthetically Lethal with sic1 Deletion, Affects DNA Replication. Molecular Biology of the Cell 10 (2512).
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Bi, E.F., E.A. Vallen, and J. Caviston. 1999. The Mechanism of Cytokinesis in Budding Yeast. Molecular Biology of the Cell 10: 194.
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Amy Cheng Vollmer, Professor

Liu*, T., H. Hougen*, S.M. Hiebert, and A.C. Vollmer. 2010. Bacteroidetes/Firmicutes Ratios in Mus Musculus are Affected by Saturation of Dietary Fatty Acids. Abstracts of the 110th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-252.
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Cardemil, C.V., D.R. Smulski, R.A. LaRossa, and A.C. Vollmer. 2010. Bioluminescent Escherichia Coli Strains for the Quantitative Detection of Phosphate and Ammonia in Coastal and Suburban Watersheds. DNA and Cell Biology 29 (9): 519-531.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2010. Hello Again, Metabolism!. In Small Things Considered: The Microbe Blog, edited by M. Schaechter and M. Youle.
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Weiser, N., D. Lascano, and A.C. Vollmer. 2010. Investigating the Effects of Mutations in the Gene Encoding the Escherichia Coli Universal Stress Protein A. Abstracts of the 110th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-3070.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2010. Making It Personal. In Small Things Considered: The Microbe Blog, edited by M. Schaechter and M. Youle.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2010. Taking Risks: ASMCUE Musings. In Small Things Considered: The Microbe Blog, edited by M. Schaechter and M. Youle.
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Bice, T., D. Gilchrist-Scott, S.M. Hiebert, and A.C. Vollmer. 2009. Environmentally Dependent Differential Fatty Acid Consumption does not Significantly Alter Mus Musculus Colonic Microbial Profiles. Abstracts of the 109th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-036.
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Benjamin, C., B. Zee, S.M. Hiebert, and A.C. Vollmer. 2009. Gut Microbial Profiles: Investigating the Influence of Dietary Fatty Acid Consumption on Phodopus Sungorus Colonic Microbiota using 16S rRNA Gene Sequence Analysis . Abstracts of the 109th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-037.
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Handler, J.S., and A.C. Vollmer. 2009. Investigation of the Function of Escherichia Coli uspC in Motility and Stress Response. Abstracts of the 109th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-053.
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Barton, S., E.C. Everbach, and A.C. Vollmer. 2009. Ultrasonic Destruction of Microbial Biofilms Revealed by Confocal Microscopy. Abstracts of the 109th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: Q-289.
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Barash*, N.R., K.A. Condon*, and A.C. Vollmer. 2008. Probing the Function of Escherichia coli Universal Stress Protein A Using Site Specific Mutagenesis and Synthetic Lethality. Presentation at 108th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, June 1-5, at Boston, MA.
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Krasity*, B., D. Yoon*, and A.C. Vollmer. 2008. Purification and Characterization of Escherichia Coli Universal Stress Proteins. Presentation at 108th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, June 1-5, at Boston, MA.
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Anguah*, K., R. Velez*, A.C. Vollmer, and E.C. Everbach. 2007. Effect of 810 kHz cw Ultrasound on Bacterial Biofilms. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122 (5): 3052.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2007. Establishment and Maintenance of an ASM Student Chapter. Microbe 2 (8): 405.
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Bolles*, M., and A.C. Vollmer. 2006. Biofilm Formation as a Selectable Phenotype for Functionality of Universal Stress Protein A in Escherichia Coli. Abstracts of the 106th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-16.
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Glick*, A., and A.C. Vollmer. 2006. Characterization of the Universal Stress Protein A Paralog uspE of Escherichia Coli: Survival and Stress Response. Abstracts of the 106th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-23.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2006. It's Not What We Say. Microbe 1 (11): 516-520.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2006. Jump-Starting your Brain in the Morning. In Strategies for Success, edited by C. Johnson, 1-2. San Francisco, CA: Benjamin Cummings.
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Buffie*, C., and A.C. Vollmer. 2006. Regulation of Oxidative and Nitrogen Starvation Stress Responses by the Universal Stress Proteins A and C in Escherichia Coli. Abstracts of the 106th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-14.
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Bolles*, M., C. Buffie*, A. Glick*, A. Willman*, and A.C. Vollmer. 2006. Universal Stress Proteins in Escherichia Coli: Suppressor and Synthetic Lethal Screens. Presentation at Gordon Conference on Microbial Stress Response, July 9-14, at Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA.
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Shawkey, M.D., M.J. Hussain*, A.L. Strong*, J. Hagelin, A.C. Vollmer, and G.E. Hill. 2006. Use of Culture-Independent Methods to Compare Bacterial Assemblages on Feathers of Crested and Least Auklets (Aethia Cristatella and Aethia Pusilla) with those of Passerines. Waterbirds 29 (4): 507-511.
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Vollmer, A.C., and S.J. Vollmer. 2005. Review of The Microbial Models of Molecular Biology: From Genes to Genomes by R.H. Davis. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 79 (2): 358-360.
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Bolles*, M., and A.C. Vollmer. 2005. Biofilm Formation as a Selectable Phonetype for Functionality of Universal Stress Proteins A, C, D, and E in Escherichia Coli. Presentation at North East Microbial Physiology, Ecology and Taxonomy Meeting, June, at Minnowbrook Lodge, Blue Mountain Lake, NY.
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Grood, C., P.N. Jefferson, and A.C. Vollmer. 2005. Bridging Cultures via Molecular Microbiology. Presentation at Haverford College Symposium and poster session, at Haverford College, Haverford, PA.
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Glick*, A., and A.C. Vollmer. 2005. Characterization of the Universal Stress Protein A Paralog uspE as a Possible Negative Regulator of the Stress Response in Escherichia Coli. Presentation at North East Microbial Physiology, Ecology and Taxonomy Meeting, June, at Minnowbrook Lodge, Blue Mountain Lake, NY.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2005. Connecting Branches to Student Activities. ASM News 71: 90-91.
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Kishor*, A., E.C. Everbach, and A.C. Vollmer. 2005. Determination of the Effects of the Treatment by High Frequency Ultrasound on Several Bacterial Species in Liquid Culture. Abstracts of the 105th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: Q-135.
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Buffie*, C., and A.C. Vollmer. 2005. Functional Characterization of the Universal Stress Protein A Paralog uspC in Mediating Response to Environmental Stress and Nutritional Deprivation in Escherichia Coli. Presentation at North East Microbial Physiology, Ecology and Taxonomy Meeting, June, at Minnowbrook Lodge, Blue Mountain Lake, NY.
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Hussain*, M.J., A. Strong*, J. Hagelin, G. Hill, M. Shawkey, S. Roberts, and A.C. Vollmer. 2005. Identification of Bacterial Species Associated with the Tangerine-Scent of an Arctic Seabird. Presentation at 105th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, June 5-9, at Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA.
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Esquejo*, R., A. Strong*, S., Losq*, V. Asher*, L. Kett*, J.L. Machado, and A.C. Vollmer. 2005. Identification of Mycorrhizal Fungi Associated with the Roots of Invasive Norway Maple and Native Sugar Maple in Swarthmore, PA. Presentation at Northeast Ecology and Evolution Conference, at Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2005. Networking: A Lifeline for Faculty at Small Colleges. Focus on Microbiology Education 11 (2): 4-5.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2004. Review of Fundamental Bacterial Genetics by N. Trun and J. Trempy. Developmental Cell 6 (5): 617-619.
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Vollmer, A.C., and T.K. Van Dyk. 2004. Stress Responsive Bacteria: Biosensors as Environmental Monitors. Advances in Microbial Physiology 49: 131-174.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2004. Teaching Students to Write Short Documents for Diverse Audiences. In Great Ideas in Teaching Microbiology, edited by C. Johnson, 7-8. San Francisco, CA: Benjamin Cummings.
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Vollmer, A.C., J.C. Gaskell*, J.C., A.L. Stout, and A.C. Vollmer. 2003. Measurement of Oxidative Stress Response as Reported by a katG'::luxCDABE Fusion of Escherichia Coli Subjected to Optical Traps. Presentation at 103rd General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, at Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.
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So*, M.J, E.C. Everbach, and A.C. Vollmer. 2003. Reduction of Escherichia coli viability through ultrasound exposure from a novel apparatus. Abstracts of the 103rd General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: Q-282.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2003. Scientists who Publish Education Research: How does it Impact their Careers? . Presentation at American Association for Higher Education: Learning to Change, at Hilton Portland and Executive Tower, Washington, DC.
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McFalls*, J.M., K.L. Marshall*, and A.C. Vollmer. 2003. The Regulation of the Escherichia Coli uspA Gene and Its Product: Effects of Transcriptional Regulators and the Role of Phosphorylation. Abstracts of the 103rd General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology: I-32.
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Smulski, D.R., L.L. Huang, M.P. McCluskey, M.J. Gladnick Reeve, A.C. Vollmer, T.K. Van Dyk, and R.A. LaRossa. 2001. Combined, Functional Genomic-Biochemical Approach to Intermediary Metabolism: Interaction of Acivicin, a Glutamine Amidotransferase Inhibitor, with Escherichia Coli K-12. Journal of Bacteriology 183 (11): 3353-3364.
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Cardemil*, C.V., and A.C. Vollmer. 2001. Development and Use of Bioluminescent Biosensors in Escherichia Coli for the Quantitative Detection of Phosphate in Coastal and Suburban Watersheds. Presentation at General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, at Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL.
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Wei, Y., A.C. Vollmer, and R.A. LaRossa. 2001. In Vivo Titration of Mitomycin C Action by the Presence of Four Escherichia Coli Genomic Regions on Multicopy Plasmid. Journal of Bacteriology 183 (7): 2259-2264.
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Alderete*, A.P., L.E. Valentine*, A.M. Willman*, H. Kim*, and A.C. Vollmer. 2001. The Universal Stress Protein of E. coli: Its Evolutionary Conservation and Influence in Regulating Stress Responses and Biofilm Formation. Presentation at General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, at Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL.
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Alderete*, A.P., and A.C. Vollmer. 2000. A Possible Role in the Universal Stress Protein (UspA) in Escherichia coli in the Regulation of Stress Response. Presentation at General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, at Miami Beach, FL.
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Davidov, Y., R. Rozen, D.R. Smulski, A.C. Vollmer, T.K. Van Dyk, D.A. Elsemore, R.A. LaRossa, and S. Belkin. 2000. Improved Bacterial SOS Promoter: Lux Fusions for Genotoxicity Detection. Mutation Research: Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis 466 (1): 97-107.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2000. In Love with my Job. ASM News 66 (8): 459-462.
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Benson, S.P., and A.C. Vollmer. 2000. Microbiology Education: A New Venue for Scholarship. Focus on Microbiology Education (Spring).
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Vollmer, A.C. 2000. Passing the Torch: In Love with my Job. In Many Faces, Many Microbes, edited by R. Atlas, 293-298. Washington, DC: American Society for Microbiology.
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Vollmer, A.C. 2000. Plasmids. In Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia, edited by S. De Weerdt. Redmond, WA: Microsoft.
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Nobile*, C.J., and A.C. Vollmer. 2000. Stress Response Profiling: Using Bioluminescent Escherichia coli to Measure the Possible Targets of Antimicrobials and Other Compounds. Presentation at General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, at Miami Beach, FL.
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Vollmer, A.C., Y. Davidov, D. Smulski, T.K. Van Dyk, D.A. Elsemore, R.A. LaRossa, and S. Belkin. 1999. Genotoxicity Detection by Bacterial Strains Harboring recA lux Fusions. In Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence: Perspectives for the 21st Century, edited by A. Roda, M. Pazzagli, L.J. Kricka, and P.E. Stanley, 597-600. Chichester, PA: Wiley.
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Vollmer, A.C. 1999. Mentoring Undergraduate Students in the Laboratory. Focus on Microbiology Education (Spring).
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Ruzinova*, M., and A.C. Vollmer. 1998. A Study of the Possible Roles and the Extent of Evolutionary Conservation of the Universal Stress Protein Gene from Escherichia Coli. Presentation at General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, at Miami Beach, FL.
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Halpern*, M., S. Kwakye*, E.C. Everbach, and A.C. Vollmer. 1998. An Investigation of the Effects of Ultrasound Exposure on Escherichia Coli Using a Bioluminescent Reporter System. Presentation at General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, at Miami Beach, FL.
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Vollmer, A.C., M. Halpern*, S. Kwakye*, and E.C. Everbach. 1998. Bacterial Response to Acoustic Cavitation. Presentation at Gordon Conference on Microbial Stress Response, at New England College, Henniker, NH.
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Vollmer, A.C., S. Kwakye*, M. Halpern*, and E.C. Everbach. 1998. Bacterial Stress Responses to 1-Megahertz Pulsed Ultrasound in the Presence of Microbubbles. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64 (10): 3927-3931.
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Vollmer, A.C. 1998. Genotoxic Sensors. In Bioluminescence Methods and Protocols, edited by R.A. LaRossa, 145-152. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press.
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Vollmer, A.C., S. Kwayke*, M. Halpern*, and E.C. Everbach. 1998. Use of Bioluminescent Escherichia coli to Detect Damage Due to Ultrasound. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64 (10): 3927-3931.
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Vollmer, A.C. 1998. Visualization of Bioluminescence. In Bioluminescence Methods and Protocols, edited by R.A. LaRossa, 21-32. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press.
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Timothy C. Williams, Professor Emeritus

Williams, T.C. 2001. Review of The Biology of Bats by G. Neuweiler. Science Books and Films : 69.
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Williams, T.C. 2001. Review of Endangered Land Animals by Raintree Steck-Vaughn Publishers. Science Books and Films 37 .
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Williams, T.C. 2001. Review of A Field Guide to the Birds of Cuba by O. Garrido. Choice 38 (6): 1107.
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Williams, T.C. 2001. Review of Animal Minds: Beyond Cognition to Consciousness by D.R. Griffin. Choice 38 (4): 712.
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Williams, T.C. 2001. Review of The Raptor Almanac by S. Weidensaul. Choice 38 (10): 1819.
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Williams, T.C., J.M. Williams, P.G. Williams, and P. Stokstad. 2001. Bird Migration through a Mountain Pass Studied with High Resolution Radar, Ceilometers, and Census. The Auk 118 (2): 389-403.
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Williams, T.C. 2000. Review of Bat Watching, Bear Watching, Eagle Watching, Deer Watching: How To Guides by D. Blair and P. Wright. Science Books and Films (November/December): 278-279.
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Williams, T.C. 2000. Review of Orangutans: Wizards of the Rain Forest by A. Russen. Choice 38 (2): 358.
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Williams, T.C. 1999. Review of Living on the Wind: Across the Hemisphere with Migratory Birds by S. Weidensaul. Choice 37 (4): 751.
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Williams, T.C. 1999. Review of Play and Evolution: Second Thoughts on the Behavior of Animals by K. Kortmulder. Choice 36 (5): 913.
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Williams, T.C. 1999. Review of The Birds of the Trans-Pecos by J. Peterson and B. Zimmer. Choice 36 (10): 1815-1816.
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Williams, T.C. 1999. Review of The Life of Birds by D. Attenborough. Science Books and Films (July/August): 161.
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Williams, T.C. 1999. Review of Wood Warblers: An Introductory Guide by B. Schorre. Choice 36 (8): 1484-1485.
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Williams, T.C., and J.M. Williams. 1999. Bird Migration over the Western and Central Pacific Ocean. Proceedings of the 22nd International Ornithology Congress.
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Williams, T.C. 1998. Review of Biology: Exploring the Diversity of Life by P.J. Russell, S.L. Wolfe, P.E. Hertz, C.Starr, B. Fenton, H. Addy, D. Maxwell, T. Haffie, and K. Davey. Science Books and Films (August/September).
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Williams, T.C. 1998. Review of Game Theory and Animal Behavior by L.A. Dugatkin and H.K. Reeve. Choice 36 (2): 344.
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Williams, T.C. 1998. Review of Machiavellian Intelligence II: Extensions and Evaluations by A. Whitten and R. Byrne. Choice 35 (10): 1732.
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Williams, T.C. 1998. Review of National Audobon Society Concise Birdfeeder Handbook by R. Burton. Science Books and Films (November).
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Williams, T.C. 1998. Review of The Rise of Birds: 225 Million Years of Evolution by S. Chatterjee. Choice 35 (7): 1216.
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Williams, T.C. 1998. Preliminary Results of a Combined Radar and Ceilometer Study of Bird Migration through a Mountain Pass, Franconia Notch, NH. Proceedings of the 10th Birders Meeting, Massachusetts Audobon Society.
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