Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff
The University of Western Ontario
Alisauskas, R.T., and C.D. Ankney. 1994. Nutrition of Breeding Female Ruddy Ducks: the Role of Nutrient Reserves. Condor 96: 878-897.
Ankney, C.D. 1995. Sex Differences in Brain Size and Mental Abilities: Comments on R. Lynn and D. Kimura. Personality and Individual Differences 18 (3): 423-424.
Dufour, K.W., and C.D. Ankney. 1995. Hunting Mortality and Mallards Anas platyrhynchos in Relation to Time of Day, Flocking Behaviour, and Individual Condition. Wildlife Biology 1 (2): 89-96.
Hamilton, D.J., and C.D. Ankney. 1994. Consumption of Zebra Mussels Dreissena polymorpha by diving ducks in Lakes Erie and St. Clair. Wildfowl 45: 159-166.
Hanson, A.R., and C.D. Ankney. 1994. Morphometric Similarity of Mallards and American Black Ducks. Canadian Journal of Zoology 72: 2248-2251.
Hohman, W.L., and C.D. Ankney. 1994. Body Size and Condition, Age, Plumage Quality, and Foods of Prenesting Male Cinnamon Teal in Relation to Pair Status. Canadian Journal of Zoology 72: 2172-2176.
Krementz, D.G., and C.D. Ankney. 1995. Changes in Total Body Calcium and Diet of Breeding House Sparrows. Journal of Avian Biology 26 (2): 162-167.
Bailey, R.C., M. Chase, and J.-P. Bechtold. 1995. An Improved Technique for Estimating the Density of Benthic Macroinvertebrates on Cobble. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 10: 189-192.
Bailey, R.C., K.E. Day, R.H. Norris, and T.B. Reynoldson. 1995. Macroinvertebrate Community Structure and Sediment Bioassay Results from Nearshore Areas in North American Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 21 (1): 42-52.
Gagnier, D.L., and R.C. Bailey. 1994. Balancing loss of information and gains in efficiency in characterizing stream sediment samples. J. North Am. Benth. Soc. 13: 170-180.
Reynoldson, T.B., R.C. Bailey, K.E. Day, and R.H. Norris. 1995. Biological Guidelines for Freshwater Sediment Based on BEnthic Assessment of SedimenT (the Beast) using a Multivariate Approach for Predicting Biological State. Australian Journal of Ecology 20: 198-219.
Wisenden, B.D., and M.H.A. Keenleyside. 1995. Brood Size and the Economy of Brood Defence: Examining Lack's Hypothesis in a Biparental Cichlid Fish. Environmental Biology of Fishes 43: 145-151.
Wisenden, B.D., and M.H.A. Keenleyside. 1994. The Dilution Effect and Differential Predation Following Brood Adoption in Free-ranging Convict Cichlids (Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum). Ethology 96: 203-212.
Wisenden, B.D., T.L. Lanfranconi-Izawa, and M.H.A. Keenleyside. March 1995. Fin Digging and Leaf Lifting by the Convict Cichlid, Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum: Examples of Parental Food Provisioning. Animal Behaviour 49: 623-631.
Kelly, G.M., P. Greenstein, D.F. Erezyilmaz, and R.T. Moon . 1995. Zebrafish wnt8 and wnt8b Share a Common Activity but are Involved in Distinct Developmental Pathways. Development 121: 1787-1799.
Kelly, G.M., and R.T. Moon. 1995. Involvement of Wnt1 and Pax2 in the Formation of the Midbrain-Hindbrain Boundary in the Zebrafish Gastrula. Developmental Genetics 17
Ungar, A.R., G.M. Kelly, and R.T. Moon. 1995. Wnt4 Affects Morphogenesis when Misexpressed in the Zebrafish Embryo. Mechanisms of Development 52: 1-12.
MacPhee, D., D. Belliveau, C.C.G. Naus, and G.M. Kidder. 1995. Detection of Nuclear and Cytoplasmic mRNAs Utilizing Digoxigenin-labeled Probes for In Situ Hybridization. Biochemica 1: 22-24.
Reaume, A.G., P.A. de Sousa, S. Kulkarni, B.L. Langille, D. Zhu, T.C. Davies, S.C. Juneja, G.M. Kidder, and J. Rossant. March 1995. Cardiac Malformation in Neonatal Mice Lacking Connexin43. Science 267: 1831-1834.
Valdimarsson, G., and G.M. Kidder. 1995. Temporal Control of Gap Junction Assembly in Preimplantation Mouse Embryos. Journal of Cell Science 108: 1715-1722.
Locke, M. October 1994. Obituary: Professor Sir Vincent B. Wigglesworth, C.B.E., M.D., F.R.S. (1899-1994). Journal of Insect Physiology 40 (10): 823-826.
Locke, M. September 1994. Preservation and Contrast Without Osmication or Section Staining. Microscopy Research and Technique 29: 1-10.
Locke, M., A. Kiss, and M. Sass. September 1994. The Cuticular Localization of Integument Peptides from Particular Routing Categories. Tissue and Cell 26 (5): 707-734.
Sass, M., A. Kiss, and M. Locke. July 1994. The Localization of Surface Integument Peptides in Tracheae and Tracheoles. Journal of Insect Physiology 40 (7): 561-575.
Duquette, L.S., and J.S. Millar. May 1995. Reproductive Response of a Tropical Mouse, Peromyscus mexicanus, to Changes in Food Availability. Journal of Mammalogy 76 (2): 596-602.
Innes, D.G.L., and J.S. Millar. 1994. Life Histories of Clethrionomys and Microtus (Microtinae). Mammal Review 24 (4): 179-207.
Innes, D.G.L., and J.S. Millar. 1994. Reproduction in Laboratory Colonies of Clethrionomys gapperi and Microtus pennsylvanicus: a Comparison Between Species and Among Populations. Canadian Journal of Zoology 72: 995-1001.
Millar, J.S. 1994. Senescense in a Population of Small Mammals? Ecoscience 1 (4): 317-321.
Moses, R.A., and J.S. Millar. 1994. Philopatry and Mother-daughter Associations in Bushy-Tailed Woodrats: Space Use and Reproductive Success. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 35: 131-140.
Teferi, T., and J.S. Millar. 1994. Effect of Supplemental Food on the Dispersal of Young Peromyscus maniculatus. Ecoscience 1 (2): 115-118.
Shivers, R.R., and L.K. McVicar. 1995. Gap Junctions Revealed by Freeze-Fracture Electron Microscopy. Microscopy Research and Technique 31: 437-445.
Bond, S.L., and S.M. Singh. 1994. DNA Sequence Analysis of the Cytosolic Acetaldehyde Dehydrogenase Gene (Ahd-2) in Mouse Strains with Variable Ethanol Preferences. Biochemical Medicine and Metabolic Biology 52: 155-159.
O'Reilly, R.L., L. Bogue, and S.M. Singh. 1994. Pharmacogenetic Response to Antidepressants in a Multicase Family with Affective Disorder. Biological Psychiatry 36: 467-471.
Reimer, D.L., J. Bailley, and S.M. Singh. 1994. Complete cDNA and 5' Genomic Sequences and Multilevel Regulation of the Mouse Catalase Gene. Genomics 21: 325-336.
Wigle, M.R., and S.M. Singh. 1994. Evaluation of Parent-of-Origin Dependent DNA Methylation for Two Genes of Mouse Chromosome 11 based on Studies on Genetic Crosses. Genetics (Life Science Advances) 13: 19-23.