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When is embryonic arrest broken in turtle eggs?

Williamson, S.A., Evans, R.G., and Reina, R.D. 2017. When is embryonic arrest broken in turtle eggs? Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. In press. doi:10.1086/692630

 


 

Use of erythrocyte indicators of health and condition in vertebrate ecophysiology: a review and appraisal.

Johnstone, C.P., A. Lill, A., and Reina, R.D. 2017. Use of erythrocyte indicators of health and condition in vertebrate ecophysiology: a review and appraisal. Biological Reviews 92, pp 150-168. doi:10.1111/brv.12219

 


 

Prenatal stress from trawl capture affects mothers and neonates: a case study using the southern fiddler ray (Trygonorrhina dumerilii).

Guida, L., Awruch, C., Walker, T.I., and Reina, R.D. 2017. Prenatal stress from trawl capture affects mothers and neonates: a case study using the southern fiddler ray (Trygonorrhina dumerilii). Scientific Reports 7: 46300. doi:10.1038/srep46300

 


 

The physiological response and immediate mortality of gillnet-caught blacktip reef sharks, Carcharhinus melanopterus.

Dapp, D.R., Huveneers, C., Walker, T.I., and Reina, R.D. 2017. The physiological response and immediate mortality of gillnet-caught blacktip reef sharks, Carcharhinus melanopterus. Marine & Freshwater Research. doi:10.1071/MF16132.

 


 

Using logbook data to determine the immediate mortality of sharks caught by commercial US pelagic longlines

Dapp, D.R., Huveneers, C, Walker, T.I., Mandelman, J., Kerstetter D.W., Reina, R.D. 2017. Using logbook data to determine the immediate mortality of sharks caught by commercial US pelagic longlines. Fisheries Bulletin 115: 27-41. Doi:10.7755/FB.115.1.3

 


 

Biological reviews coverUse of erythrocyte indicators of health and condition in vertebrate ecophysiology: a review and appraisal.

Johnstone, C. P., Lill, A. and Reina, R. D. 2017. Use of erythrocyte indicators of health and condition in vertebrate ecophysiology: a review and appraisal. Biological Reviews 92, pp 150-168 DOI: 10.1111/brv.12219