|Present||Professor, Iowa State University ‐ Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology|
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Hydric conditions during incubation influence phenotypes of neonatal reptiles in ...
Functional Ecology (2015)
Phenotypic variation is strongly impacted by environmental conditions experienced during development. Substantial laboratory research has shown that reptiles with flexible-shelled ...
Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination under Rapid Anthropogenic Environmental Change: Evolution at ...
Journal of Heredity (2015)
Organisms become adapted to their environment by evolving through natural selection, a process that generally transpires over many generations. Currently, ...
The Ontogeny of Postmaturation Resource Allocation in Turtles
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology (2011)
Resource-allocation decisions vary with life-history strategy, and growing evidence suggests that long-lived endothermic vertebrates direct resources toward growth and self-maintenance ...
Climate Change and Temperature‐Dependent Sex Determination: Can Individual Plasticity ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology (2008)
Under temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD), temperatures experienced by embryos during development determine the sex of the offspring. Consequently, populations of ...