Submissions from 2017
Observations of Notable Parental Behaviours of Northern Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis caurina), Jesse Marion Alston, Janet E. Millard, Jessica A. Rick, et al.
Submissions from 2011
Using Historical Dna to Characterize Hybridization Between Baltimore Orioles (Icterus Galbula) and Bullock's Orioles (I. Bullockii), Matthew Carling, L. G. Serene, and I. J. Lovette
Low Levels of Population Genetic Structure in Pinus Contorta (Pinaceae) Across a Geographic Mosaic of Co-Evolution, T. L. Parchman, Craig Benkman, B. Jenkins, et al.
Submissions from 2010
Isolation and Decline of a Population of the Orange-Breasted Falcon, R. B. Berry, Craig Benkman, A. Muela, et al.
Parental Investment Decisions in Response to Ambient Nest-Predation Risk Versus Actual Predation on the Prior Nest, Anna Chalfoun and T. E. Martin
The Fate of Carbon in Growing Fish: An Experimental Study of Isotopic Routing, L. J. Kelly and Carlos Martinez del Rio
Submissions from 2009
A New Species of the Red Crossbill (Fringillidae: Loxia) from Idaho, Craig Benkman, J. W. Smith, P. C. Keenan, et al.
Cone and Seed Trait Variation in Whitebark Pine (Pinus Albicaulis; Pinaceae) and the Potential for Phenotypic Selection, R. Garcia, A. M. Siepielski, and Craig Benkman
Submissions from 2008
Call Imitation and Call Modification in Red Crossbills, Patrick C. Keenan and Craig Benkman
Submissions from 2007
Plumage Development and Molt in Long-Tailed Manakins (Chiroxiphia Linearis): Variation According to Sex and Age, S. M. Doucet, David McDonald, M. S. Foster, et al.
High Connectivity and Minimal Genetic Structure Among North American Boreal Owl (Aegolius Funereus) Populations, Regardless of Habitat Matrix, M. E. Koopman, G. D. Hayward, and David McDonald
Microsatellite Analysis Reveals Genetic Monogamy Among Female Boreal Owls, M. E. Koopman, David McDonald, and G. D. Hayward
Hibernating Bears Conserve Muscle Strength and Maintain Fatigue Resistance, T. D. Lohuis, Henry Harlow, T. DI Beck, et al.
Submissions from 2006
Sage-Grouse and Indirect Interactions: Potential Implications of Coyote Control on Sage-Grouse Populations, E. T. Mezquida, S. J. Slater, and Craig Benkman
Do Nectar- and Fruit-Eating Birds Have Lower Nitrogen Requirements Than Omnivores? an Allometric Test, E. Tsahar, Z. Ara, I. Izhaki, et al.
Hummingbirds Fuel Hovering Flight with Newly Ingested Sugar, K. C. Welch, B. H. Bakken, Carlos Martinez del Rio, et al.
Submissions from 2005
Burrowing Owl (Athene Cunicularia) Population Genetics: A Comparison of North American Forms and Migratory Habits, N. M. Korfanta, David McDonald, and T. C. Glenn
Are the Low Protein Requirements of Nectarivorous Birds the Consequence of Their Sugary and Watery Diet? A Test with an Omnivore, E. Tsahar, Carlos Martinez del Rio, Z. Arad, et al.
Submissions from 2004
Infection in the Classroom: Parasites as Models to Teach Biology, R. Scott Seville, L. Couch, R. Seed, et al.
Discordance Between Genetic Structure and Morphological, Ecological, and Physiological Adaptation in Lake Magadi Tilapia, P. J. Wilson, C. M. Wood, P. J. Walsh, et al.
Submissions from 2003
Are Hummingbirds Facultatively Ammonotelic? Nitrogen Excretion and Requirements as a Function of Body Size, T. J. McWhorter, D. R. Powers, and Carlos Martinez del Rio
Submissions from 2002
Obligatory Urea Production and the Cost of Living in the Magadi Tilapia Revealed by Acclimation to Reduced Salinity and Alkalinity, C. M. Wood, P. Wilson, Harold Bergman, et al.
Submissions from 2001
Preliminary Assessment of Burrowing Owl Population Status in Wyoming, N. M. Korfanta, L. W. Ayers, S. H. Anderson, et al.
It Takes Guts (And More) to Eat Fruit: Lessons from Avian Nutritional Ecology, D. J. Levey and Carlos Martinez del Rio
The Membrane-Bound Intestinal Enzymes of Waxwings and Thrushes: Adaptive and Functional Implications of Patterns of Enzyme Activity, M. C. Witmer and Carlos Martinez del Rio
Submissions from 2000
Does Gut Function Limit Hummingbird Food Intake?, T. J. McWhorter and Carlos Martinez del Rio
Submissions from 1999
The Cyanogenic Glycoside Amygdalin Does Not Deter Consumption of Ripe Fruit by Cedar Waxwings, H. M. Struempf, J. E. Schondube, and Carlos Martinez del Rio
Ion and Acid-Base Balance in Three Species of Amazonian Fish During Gradual Acidification of Extremely Soft Water, R. W. Wilson, C. M. Wood, R. J. Gonzalez, et al.
Submissions from 1998
Effects of Water Ph and Calcium Concentration on Ion Balance in Fish of the Rio Negro, Amazon, R. J. Gonzalez, C. M. Wood, R. W. Wilson, et al.
Dietary Flexibility and Intestinal Plasticity in Birds: A Field and Laboratory Study, P. Sabat, F. Novoa, F. Bozinovic, et al.
Protein Use and Muscle-Fiber Changes in Free-Ranging, Hibernating Black Bears, D. B. Tinker, Henry Harlow, and T. DI Beck
Responses of an Amazonian Teleost, the Tambaqui (Colossoma Macropomum), to Low Ph in Extremely Soft Water, C. M. Wood, R. W. Wilson, R. J. Gonzalez, et al.
Submissions from 1996
Respiratory Physiology of the Lake Magadi Tilapia (Oreochromis Alcalicus Grahami), a Fish Adapted to a Hot, Alkaline, and Frequently Hypoxic Environment, A. Narahara, Harold Bergman, P. Laurent, et al.
Submissions from 1995
Submissions from 1991
Comparative Plasma and Urine Chemistry of Fasting White-Tailed Prairie Dogs (Cynomys-Leucurus) and American Martens (Martes-Americana) : Representative Fat-Bodied and Lean-Bodied Animals, Henry Harlow and Steven Buskirk