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Batacan, Romeo B., Duncan, Mitch J., Dalbo, Vincent J., Buitrago, Geraldine L., and Fenning, Andrew S. (2018) Effect of different intensities of physical activity on cardiometabolic markers and vascular and cardiac function in adult rats fed with a high-fat high-carbohydrate diet. Journal of Sport and Health Science, 7 (1). pp. 109-119.

Batson, W.G., Gordon, I.J., Fletcher, D.B., Portas, T.J., and Manning, A.D. (2017) The effect of pre-release captivity on the stress physiology of a reintroduced population of wild eastern bettongs. Journal of Zoology, 303 (4). pp. 311-319.

Berthe, Cécile, Mourier, Johann, Lecchini, David, Rummer, Jodie L., Sellos, Daniel Y., and Iglésias, Samuel P. (2016) DNA barcoding supports the presence of the cryptic ocellated eagle ray, Aetobatus ocellatus (Myliobatidae), in French Polynesia, South Pacific. Cybium, 40 (2). pp. 181-184.

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Downie, Adam T., Lefevre, Sjannie, Illing, Björn, Harris, Jessica, Jarrold, Michael D., McCormick, Mark I., Nilsson, Göran E., and Rummer, Jodie L. (2023) Rapid physiological and transcriptomic changes associated with oxygen delivery in larval anemonefish suggest a role in adaptation to life on hypoxic coral reefs. PLoS Biology, 21 (5). e3002102.

Downie, Adam T., and Kieffer, James D. (2017) Swimming performance in juvenile shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum): the influence of time interval and velocity increments on critical swimming tests. Conservation Physiology, 5 (1).

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Frøland Steindal, Inga A., Yamamoto, Yoshiyuki, and Whitmore, David (2023) Blind fish have cells that see light. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 290 (2002). 20230981.

Ferreira, P., Kwan, G.T., Haldorson, S., Rummer, J.L., Tashiro, F., Castro, L.F.C., Tresguerres, M., and Wilson, J.M. (2022) A multi-tasking stomach: functional coexistence of acid-peptic digestion and defensive body inflation in three distantly related vertebrate lineages. Biology Letters, 18 (2). 20210583.

Foulkes, N.S., Whitmore, D., Vallone, D., and Bertolucci, C. (2016) Studying the Evolution of the Vertebrate Circadian Clock: The Power of Fish as Comparative Models. In: Foulkes, Nicholas S., (ed.) Advances in Genetics. Elsevier, Cambridge, MA, USA, pp. 1-30.

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Hasenei, Aaron, Donelson, Jennifer M., Ravasi, Timothy, and Rummer, Jodie L. (2023) Sharks and their relatives: can their past help predict their future? Frontiers in Marine Science, 10. 1268532.

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Knight, Kathryn, and Rummer, Jodie (2017) Early-career researchers: an interview with Jodie Rummer. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 220 (20). pp. 3608-3610.

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Liu, Fang, Shi, Wenyuan, Ye, Haihui, Zeng, Chaoshu, and Zhu, Zhihuang (2021) Insulin-like androgenic gland hormone 1 (IAG1) regulates sexual differentiation in a hermaphrodite shrimp through feedback to neuroendocrine factors. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 303. 113706.

Liu, An, Liu, Jing, Chen, Xuelei, Lu, Bei, Zeng, Chaoshu, and Ye, Haihui (2019) A novel crustacean hyperglycemic hormone (CHH) from the mud crab Scylla paramamosain regulating carbohydrate metabolism. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular and Integrative Physiology, 231. pp. 49-55.

Long, Xiaowen, Wu, Xugan, Zhao, Lei, Ye, Haihui, Cheng, Yongxu, and Zeng, Chaoshu (2018) Physiological responses and ovarian development of female Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis subjected to different salinity conditions. Frontiers in Physiology, 8. 1072.

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Moyano, Marta, Candebat, Caroline, Ruhbaum, Yannick, Álvarez-Fernández, Santiago, Claireaux, Guy, Zambonino-Infante, José Luis, and Peck, Myron A. (2017) Effects of warming rate, acclimation temperature and ontogeny on the critical thermal maximum of temperate marine fish larvae. PLoS ONE, 12 (7). e0179928.

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Ogawa, Yuri, Jones, Lochlan, Ryan, Laura A., Robson, Simon K.A., Hart, Natha S., and Narendra, Ajay (2023) Physiological properties of the visual system in the Green Weaver ant, Oecophylla smaragdina. Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology, 209. pp. 489-498.

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Riddell, Pia, Paris, Monique C.J., Joonè, Carolynne J., Pageat, Patrick, and Paris, Damien B.B.P. (2021) Appeasing pheromones for the management of stress and aggression during conservation of wild canids: could the solution be right under our nose? Animals, 11 (6). 1574.

Rowell, Misha K., Santymire, Rachel M., and Rymer, Tasmin L. (2021) Corticosterone metabolite concentration is not related to problem solving in the fawn-footed mosaic-tailed rat Melomys cervinipes. Animals, 12 (1). 82.

Reza, Musarrat Maisha, Sim, Chu Ming, Subramaniyam, Nathiya, Ge, Xiaojia, Sharma, Mridula, Kambadur, Ravi, and McFarlane, Craig (2017) Irisin treatment improves healing of dystrophic skeletal muscle. Oncotarget, 8. pp. 98553-98566.

Randall, C.J., and van Woesik, R. (2017) Some coral diseases track climate oscillations in the Caribbean. Scientific Reports, 7. 5719.

Rummer, Jodie L., and Munday, Philip L. (2016) Climate change and the evolution of reef fishes: past and future. Fish and Fisheries, 18 (1). pp. 22-39.

Rummer, Jodie L., Binning, Sandra A., Roche, Dominique G., and Johansen, Jacob L. (2016) Methods matter: considering locomotory mode and respirometry technique when estimating metabolic rates of fishes. Conservation Physiology, 4 (1). cow008. pp. 1-13.

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Seebacher, Frank, Narayan, Edward, Rummer, Jodie L., Tomlinson, Sean, and Cooke, Steven J. (2023) How can physiology best contribute to wildlife conservation in a warming world? Conservation Physiology, 11 (1). coad038.

Shu, Jacelyn J., Heuer, Rachael M., Hannan, Kelly D., Stieglitz, John D., Benetti, Daniel D., Rummer, Jodie L., Grosell, Martin, and Brauner, Colin J. (2022) Enhanced oxygen unloading in two marine percomorph teleosts. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular and Integrative Physiology, 264. 111101.

Su, Zhiduan, Burchfield, James G., Yang, Pengyi, Humphrey, Sean J., Yang, Guang, Francis, Deanne, Yasmin, Sabina, Shin, Sung-Young, Norris, Dougall M., Kearney, Alison L., Astore, Miro A., Scavuzzo, Jonathan, Fisher-Wellman, Kelsey H., Wang, Qiao-Ping, Parker, Benjamin L., Neely, G. Gregory, Vafaee, Fatemeh, Chiu, Joyce, Yeo, Reichelle, Hogg, Philip J., Fazakerley, Daniel J., Nguyen, Lan K., Kuyucak, Serdar, and James, David E. (2019) Global redox proteome and phosphoproteome analysis reveals redox switch in Akt. Nature Communications, 10. 5486.

Simcock, D.C., Chua, W.H., Hekman, M., Levin, M.T., and Brown, S. (2017) A survey of first-year biology student opinions regarding live lectures and recorded lectures as learning tools. Advances in Physiology Education, 41 (1). pp. 69-76.

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Thanigaimani, Shivshankar, Phie, James, and Golledge, Jonathan (2020) Animal models of ischemic limb ulcers: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care, 8. e001676.

Talwar, Brendan, Bouyoucos, Ian A., Shipley, Oliver, Rummer, Jodie L., Mandelman, John W., Brooks, Edward J., Grubbs, R. Dean, and bouyo, (2017) Validation of a portable, waterproof blood pH analyser for elasmobranchs. Conservation Physiology, 5 (1).

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Udyawer, Vinay, Simpfendorfer, Colin A., Heupel, Michelle R., and Clark, Timothy D. (2016) Coming up for air: thermal-dependence of dive behaviours and metabolism in sea snakes. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219. pp. 3447-3454.

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Wosnick, Natascha, Takatsuka, Verônica, Mello, Ana Eliza, Dias, June, Lubitz, Nicolas, and de Azevedo, Venâncio Guedes (2019) Embryonic malformations in an offspring of the shortnose guitarfish. Brazilian Journal of Oceanography, 67. e19273.

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Ye, Haihui, Zeng, Chaoshu, Tsutsui, Naoaki, and Dircksen, Heinrich (2022) Editorial: Crustacean reproductive physiology and its applications. Frontiers in Physiology, 13. 1018481.

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