Cynthia J. Downs
Cynthia J. Downs
Assistant Professor, SUNY-ESF
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Scaling metabolic rate with body mass and inverse body temperature: a test of the Arrhenius fractal supply model
CJ Downs, JP Hayes, CR Tracy
Functional Ecology 22 (2), 239-244, 2008
Mechanisms and methods in ecoimmunology: integrating within-organism and between-organism processes
CJ Downs, JS Adelman, GE Demas
American Zoologist 54 (3), 340-352, 2014
Macroevolutionary patterning in glucocorticoids suggests different selective pressures shape baseline and stress-induced levels
MN Vitousek, MA Johnson, CJ Downs, ET Miller, LB Martin, CD Francis, ...
The American Naturalist 193 (6), 866-880, 2019
Selection for increased mass-independent maximal metabolic rate suppresses innate but not adaptive immune function
CJ Downs, JL Brown, B Wone, ER Donovan, K Hunter, JP Hayes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1754), 20122636, 2013
A strong response to selection on mass-independent maximal metabolic rate without a correlated response in basal metabolic rate
BWM Wone, P Madsen, ER Donovan, MK Labocha, MW Sears, CJ Downs, ...
Heredity 114 (4), 419-427, 2015
Scaling of host competence
CJ Downs, LA Schoenle, BA Han, JF Harrison, LB Martin
Trends in parasitology 35 (3), 182-192, 2019
A primer in ecoimmunology and immunology for wildlife research and management
CJ Downs, KM Stewart
Calif Fish Game 100, 371-395, 2014
Investment in constitutive immune function by North American elk experimentally maintained at two different population densities
CJ Downs, KM Stewart, BL Dick
PLoS One 10 (5), e0125586, 2015
Metabolic scaling of stress hormones in vertebrates
CD Francis, JW Donald, MJ Fuxjager, W Goymann, M Hau, JF Husak, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 58 (4), 729-738, 2018
Testing hypotheses in ecoimmunology using mixed models: disentangling hierarchical correlations
CJ Downs, NA Dochtermann
American Zoologist 54 (3), 407-418, 2014
An introduction to ecoimmunology
LA Schoenle, CJ Downs, LB Martin
Advances in comparative immunology, 901-932, 2018
Do yellow-pine chipmunks prefer to recover their own caches
SB Vander Wall, CJ Downs, MS Enders, BA Waitman
Western North American Naturalist 68 (3), 319-323, 2008
Immune response to a Trichinella spiralis infection in house mice from lines selectively bred for high voluntary wheel running
EM Dlugosz, H Schutz, TH Meek, W Acosta, CJ Downs, EG Platzer, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (22), 4212-4221, 2013
Does cellular metabolism from primary fibroblasts and oxidative stress in blood differ between mammals and birds? The (lack-thereof) scaling of oxidative stress
AG Jimenez, ES O’Connor, KJ Tobin, KN Anderson, JD Winward, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (4), 953-969, 2019
Detecting bias in large-scale comparative analyses: methods for expanding the scope of hypothesis-testing with hormonebase
MA Johnson, CD Francis, ET Miller, CJ Downs, MN Vitousek
Integrative and comparative biology 58 (4), 720-728, 2018
The effects of body mass on immune cell concentrations of mammals
CJ Downs, NA Dochtermann, R Ball, KC Klasing, LB Martin
The American Naturalist 195 (1), 107-114, 2020
House sparrows offset the physiological trade‐off between immune response and feather growth by adjusting foraging behavior
M Ben‐Hamo, CJ Downs, DJ Burns, B Pinshow
Journal of Avian Biology 48 (6), 837-845, 2017
Speeding up growth: selection for mass-independent maximal metabolic rate alters growth rates
CJ Downs, JL Brown, BWM Wone, ER Donovan, JP Hayes
The American Naturalist 187 (3), 295-307, 2016
Investigating relationships between reproduction, immune defenses, and cortisol in dall sheep
CJ Downs, BV Boan, TD Lohuis, KM Stewart
Frontiers in Immunology 9, 105, 2018
Within-lifetime trade-offs but evolutionary freedom for hormonal and immunological traits: evidence from mice bred for high voluntary exercise
CJ Downs, H Schutz, TH Meek, EM Dlugosz, W Acosta, KS de Wolski, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (10), 1651-1661, 2012
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