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1998Female hunger can explain cariation in cannibalism despite male sacrifice in redback spidersAndrade, Maydianne
1977A fencing experiment on a high-density population of microtus townsendiiBoonstra, Rudy; Charles, Krebs
1994Finding mammals using far-infrared thermal imagingBoonstra, Rudy; Krebs, Charles; Boutin, S.; Eadie, J.M.
1987Food resource partitioning between sympatric populations of brackishwater sticklebacksWilliams, Dudley; Delbeek, J.C.
1988Friends and strangers: a test of the Charnov-Finerty hypothesisBoonstra, Rudy; Hogg, Ian
1998From patterns to processes: phase and density dependencies in the Canadian lynx cycleStenseth, Nils; Falck, Wilhelm; Chan, Kung-Sik; Bjornstad, Ottar; O'Donoghue, Mark; Tong, Howell; Boonstra, Rudy; Boutin, Stan; Krebs, Charles; Yoccoz, Nigel
2000Heat shock proteins Hsp27 and Hsp32 localize to synaptic sites in the rat cerebellum following hyperthermiaBechtold, David A.; Brown, Ian R.
2000Heat shock transcription factors and the hsp70 induction response in brain and kidney of the hyperthermic rat during postnatal developmentMorrison, Andrew J.; Rush, Sheila J.; Brown, Ian R.
1994Heterozygosity, aggression, and population fluctuations in meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus)Boonstra, Rudy; Hochachka, Wesley M.; Pavone, Leo
1994Heterozygosity, aggression, and population fluctuations in meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus)Boonstra, Rudy; Hochachka, Wesley; Pavone, Leo
1998High levels of endemicity of 3-Chlorobenzoate-degrading soil bacteriaRulthorpe, Roberta; Rhodes, Albert; Tiedje, James
1982Hip glands in a field population of Microtus pennsylvanicusBoonstra, Rudy; Youson, John
2002Identification of growth hormone in the sea lamprey, an extant representative of a group of the most ancient vertebratesKawauchi, Hiroshi; Suzuki, Kunimasa; Yamazaki, Tomohide; Moriyama, Shunsuke; Nozaki, Masumi; Yamaguchi, Kiyoko; Takahashi, Akiyoshi; Youson, John; Sower, Stacia
1980Impact of botfly parasitism on Microtus townsendii populationsBoonstra, Rudy; Krebs, Charles; Beacham, Terry
1995Impact of food and predation on the snowshoe hare cycleKrebs, Charles; Boutin, Stan; Boonstra, Rudy; Sinclair, A.R.E.; Smith, J.N.M.; Dale, Mark; Turkington, R.
2006The impact of live-trapping on the stress response of the meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus).Fletcher, Quinn E.; Boonstra, Rudy
1999The impact of predation on burrow use by arctic ground squirrels in the boreal forestKarels, Tim; Boonstra, Rudy
1998The impact of predator-induced stress on the snowshoe hare cycleBoonstra, Rudy; Hik, David; Singleton, Grant; Tinnikov, Alexander
1996The importance of temporal resolution in food web analysis: evidence from a detritus-based streamWilliams, Dudley; Tavares-Cromar, Annette
1998Increased corticosteroid binding capacity of plasma albumin but not of corticosteroid-binding globulin caused by ACTH-induced changes in free fatty acid concentrations in snowshoe hares and rabbitsBoonstra, Rudy; Tinnikov, A. A.
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