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The adaptive significance of temperature-dependent sex determination in a reptile
DA Warner, R Shine
Nature 451 (7178), 566-568, 2008
3552008
Effect of incubation temperature on morphology, growth, and survival of juvenile Sceloporus undulatus
RM Andrews, T Mathies, DA Warner
Herpetological Monographs, 420-431, 2000
2002000
Fitness of juvenile lizards depends on seasonal timing of hatching, not offspring body size
DA Warner, R Shine
Oecologia 154 (1), 65-73, 2007
1872007
Laboratory and field experiments identify sources of variation in phenotypes and survival of hatchling lizards
DA Warner, RM Andrews
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 76 (1), 105-124, 2002
1672002
The physiological basis of geographic variation in rates of embryonic development within a widespread lizard species
WG Du, DA Warner, T Langkilde, T Robbins, R Shine
The American Naturalist 176 (4), 522-528, 2010
164*2010
Maternal nutrition affects reproductive output and sex allocation in a lizard with environmental sex determination
DA Warner, MB Lovern, R Shine
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1611), 883-890, 2007
1272007
The adaptive significance of temperature‐dependent sex determination: experimental tests with a short‐lived lizard
DA Warner, R Shine
Evolution 59 (10), 2209-2221, 2005
1172005
Nest-site selection in relation to temperature and moisture by the lizard Sceloporus undulatus
DA Warner, RM Andrews
Herpetologica 58 (4), 399-407, 2002
972002
Maternal nest-site choice in a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination
DA Warner, R Shine
Animal Behaviour 75 (3), 861-870, 2008
932008
Corticosterone exposure during embryonic development affects offspring growth and sex ratios in opposing directions in two lizard species with environmental sex determination
DA Warner, RS Radder, R Shine
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82 (4), 363-371, 2009
862009
Interactions among thermal parameters determine offspring sex under temperature-dependent sex determination
DA Warner, R Shine
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1703), 256-265, 2011
852011
Decades of field data reveal that turtles senesce in the wild
DA Warner, DAW Miller, AM Bronikowski, FJ Janzen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (23), 6502-6507, 2016
832016
The physiological basis of geographic variation in rates of embryonic development within a widespread lizard species
WG Du, DA Warner, T Langkilde, T Robbins, R Shine
The American Naturalist 176 (4), 522-528, 2010
832010
The physiological basis of geographic variation in rates of embryonic development within a widespread lizard species
WG Du, DA Warner, T Langkilde, T Robbins, R Shine
The American Naturalist 176 (4), 522-528, 2010
832010
Lizards combine stored energy and recently acquired nutrients flexibly to fuel reproduction
DA Warner, X Bonnet, KA Hobson, R Shine
Journal of Animal Ecology, 1242-1249, 2008
802008
Extreme developmental temperatures result in morphological abnormalities in painted turtles (Chrysemys picta): a climate change perspective
RS Telemeco, DA Warner, MK Reida, FJ Janzen
Integrative Zoology 8 (2), 197-208, 2013
712013
Phenotypic and fitness consequences of maternal nest‐site choice across multiple early life stages
TS Mitchell, DA Warner, FJ Janzen
Ecology 94 (2), 336-345, 2013
662013
The maternal environment affects offspring viability via an indirect effect of yolk investment on offspring size
DA Warner, MB Lovern
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87 (2), 276-287, 2014
652014
Thermal acclimation of heart rates in reptilian embryos
WG Du, H Ye, B Zhao, DA Warner, R Shine
PLoS One 5 (12), e15308, 2010
642010
Windows of embryonic sexual lability in two lizard species with environmental sex determination
R Shine, DA Warner, R Radder
Ecology 88 (7), 1781-1788, 2007
622007
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