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Submissions from 2020

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A basic ddRADseq two‐enzyme protocol performs well with herbarium and silica‐dried tissues across four genera, Ingrid E. Jordon-Thaden, James B. Beck, Catherine A. Rushworth, Michael D. Windham, Nicolas Diaz, Jason T. Cantley, Christopher T. Martine, and Carl J. Rothfels

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Allegheny Ice and the Blue False Indigo: Plants Are Cool, Too!, Christopher T. Martine and Paul Frederick

Submissions from 2019

Divergent patterns of telomere shortening in tropical compared to temperate stonechats., Bea Apfelbeck, Mark F. Haussmann, Winnie Boner, H. Flinks, Kate Griffiths, J. C. Illera, K. G. Mortega, Zachary Sisson, P. Smiddy, and Barbara Helm

The environmental and genetic determinants of chick telomere length in tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor)., Amos Belmaker, K. Hallinger, Rebecca A. Glynn, David W. Winkler, and Mark F. Haussmann

Maternal glucocorticoids promote offspring growth without inducing oxidative stress or shortening telomeres in wild red squirrels., Ben Dantzer, F. van Kesteren, S. E. Westrick, S. Boutin, A. McAdam, J. E. Lane, Robert Gillespie, Ariana Majer, Mark F. Haussmann, and Pat Monaghan

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Figure 2a: Resistance is futile: RNA-sequencing reveals differing responses to bat fungal pathogen in Nearctic Myotis lucifugus and Palearctic Myotis myotis, Kenneth A. Field

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Figure 2b: Resistance is futile: RNA-sequencing reveals differing responses to bat fungal pathogen in Nearctic Myotis lucifugus and Palearctic Myotis myotis, Kenneth A. Field

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Integrated pest management in the academic small greenhouse setting: A case study using Solanum spp. (Solanaceae)., Daniel S. Hayes, Ingrid E. Jordon-Thaden, Jason T. Cantley, Angela J. McDonnell, and Christopher T. Martine

Evidence for hormonal control of heart regenerative capacity during endothermy acquisition, Kentaro Hirose, Alexander Y. Payumo, Stephen Cutie, Alison Hoang, Hao Zhang, Romain Guyot, Dominic Lunn, Rachel B. Bigley, Hongyao Yu, Jiajia Wang, Megan Smith, Ellen Gillett, Sandra Muroy, Tobias Schmid, Emily Wilson, Kenneth A. Field, DeeAnn Reeder, Malcom Maden, Michael M. Yartsev, Michael J. Wolfgang, Frank Grützner, Thomas S. Scanlan, Luke I. Szweda, Rochelle Buffenstein, Guang Hu, Frederic Flamant, Jeffrey E. Olgin, and Guo N. Huang

Traffic noise exposure alters nestling physiology and telomere attrition through direct, but not maternal, effects in a free-living bird., A. S. Injaian, P. L. Gonzalez-Gomez, C. C. Taff, A. K. Bird, Alexis Ziur, G. L. Patricelli, Mark F. Haussmann, and John C. Wingfield

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Resistance is futile: RNA-sequencing reveals differing responses to bat fungal pathogen in Nearctic Myotis lucifugus and Palearctic Myotis myotis, Thomas M. Lilley, Jenni M. Prokkola, Anna S. Blomberg, Steve Paterson, Joseph S. Johnson, Gregory G. Turner, Tomáš Bartonička, Erik Bachorec, DeeAnn M. Reeder, and Kenneth A. Field

Is there an oxidative cost of acute stress? Characterization, implication of glucocorticoids and modulation by prior stress experience., Ariana Majer, Vincent Fasanello, Kailey Tindle, Brian Frenz, Alexis Ziur, Chelsea Fischer, Olivia Seecof, Kelsey L. Fletcher, Sarah Gronsky, Brian G. Vassallo, Wendy Reed, Ryan T. Paitz, Antoine Stier, and Mark F. Haussmann

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Plants are Cool, Too: Australian Eggplants, #SciComm, and a Botanist on Mars, Christopher Martine

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Phylogeny of the Australian Solanum dioicum group using seven nuclear genes: Testing Symon’s fruit and seed dispersal hypotheses., Christopher T. Martine, Ingrid E. Jordon-Thaden, Angela J. McDonnell, Jason T. Cantley, Daniel S. Hayes, Morgan D. Roche, Emma S. Frawley, Ian S. Gilman, and David C. Tank

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Solanum plastisexum, an enigmatic new bush tomato from the Australian Monsoon Tropics exhibiting breeding system fluidity., Angela J. McDonnell, Heather B. Wetreich, Jason T. Cantley, Peter Jobson, and Christopher T. Martine

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Are Eurosta solidaginis on Solidago rugosa a divergent host‑associated race?, Chandra E. Moffat, Mizuki Takahashi, Sarah L. Pease, Jonathan M. Brown, Stephen B. Heard, and Warren G. Abrahamson II

Brief Increases in Corticosterone Affect Morphology, Stress Responses, and Telomere Length but Not Postfledging Movements in a Wild Songbird., Teresa Pegan, David W. Winkler, Mark F. Haussmann, and Maren Vitousek

Exogenous glucocorticoids amplify the costs of infection by reducing resistance and tolerance, but effects are mitigated by co-infection., Laura A. Schoenle, Ignacio T. Moore, A. M. Dudek, E. B. Garcia, M. Mays, Mark F. Haussmann, D. Cimini, and Frances Bonier

Oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure suggest that king penguins are naturally equipped to resist stress., Antoine Stier, Q. Schull, Pierre Bize, E. Lefol, Mark F. Haussmann, D. Roussel, J. Robin, and V. A. Viblanc

In ovo metabolism and yolk glucocorticoid concentration interact to influence embryonic glucocorticoid exposure patterns., Brian G. Vassallo, Hannah P. Litwa, Mark F. Haussmann, and Ryan T. Paitz

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Manganese Oxides as Localized Drivers of Benthic Invertebrate Density and Community Structure, Matthew J. Wilson, Matthew McTammany, and Hannah Bohr

Submissions from 2018

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Food, stress, and an abandoned radar tower: Research on seabirds at a remarkable Alaskan field station, Morgan Benowitz-Fredericks

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Figure 2a: Effect of torpor on host transcriptomic responses to a fungal pathogen in hibernating bats, Kenneth A. Field

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Figure 2b: Effect of torpor on host transcriptomic responses to a fungal pathogen in hibernating bats, Kenneth A. Field

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Figure 2c: Effect of torpor on host transcriptomic responses to a fungal pathogen in hibernating bats, Kenneth A. Field