Carter, A.W., T. D. Tuberville, R.T. Paitz, R.M. Bowden. Submitted. Sex ratios are substantially altered following a brief exposure to warm temperatures in a reptile. Submitted to Journal of Animal Ecology.
Zimmerman, L. M., A.W. Carter, L. A. Vogel, R.M. Bowden. Accepted. Immunocompetence in a long-lived ectothermic vertebrate is temperature dependent but shows no decline in older adults. Functional Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12867
Carter, A.W., R.M. Bowden, R.T. Paitz. 2017. Seasonal sex ratio shifts are mediated by maternal estrogens and fluctuating incubation temperatures. Functional Ecology. 31 (4): 876-884
DuRant, S.E., W.A. Hopkins, L.T. Kirkpatrick, A.W. Carter, K. Navara, D.N. Hawley. 2016. Incubation temperature causes skewerd sex ratios in a precocial bird. Journal of Experimental Biology. 219 (13), 1961-1964
Carter, A.W., R.T. Paitz, K. M. McGhee, R.M. Bowden. 2016. Turtle hatchlings show behavioral types that are robust to environmental manipulations during development. Physiology & Behavior 155: 46-55.
Treidel, L.A., A.W. Carter, R.M. Bowden. 2016. Temperature experienced during incubation affects antioxidant capacity but not oxidative damage in hatchling red-eared slider turtles (Trachemys scripta elegans). Journal of Experimental Biology, 219 (4) 561-570
Bowden, R. M., A. W. Carter, R. T. Paitz. 2014. Constancy in an Inconstant World: Moving Beyond Constant Temperatures in the Study of Reptilian Incubation. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 54 (5), 830-840.
Carter, A. W., W.A. Hopkins, I.T. Moore, S.E. DuRant. 2014. The influence of incubation recess patterns on incubation period and hatchling traits in Wood Ducks (Aix sponsa). Journal of Avian Biology, 45 (3), 273-279.
DuRant, S.E., A. W. Carter, R. J. Denver, G. R. Hepp, and W.A. Hopkins. 2013. Is thyroid hormone an upstream mechanism for incubation temperature-induced phenotypes in birds? Biology Letters, 10 (1), 20130950. Featured on the Journal Cover
Carter, A. W., S.E. DuRant, G.R. Hepp, W.A. Hopkins. 2013. Thermal challenge severity differentially influences wound healing in wood duck (Aix sponsa) ducklings. Journal of Experimental Zoology: Part A, 319 (7), 422-429.
DuRant, S.E., W.A. Hopkins, A. W. Carter, C. M. Stachowiak, and G.R. Hepp. 2013. Incubation conditions are more important in determining early thermoregulatory ability than post hatch resource conditions in a precocial bird. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 86, 410-420.
Adelman, J. S., Carter, A. W., Hopkins, W. A., & Hawley, D. M. 2013. Deposition of pathogenic Mycoplasma gallisepticum onto bird feeders: host pathology is more important than temperature-driven increases in food intake. Biology Letters, 9 (5), 20130594.
DuRant S. E., W. A. Hopkins, A. F. Wilson, and G. R. Hepp. 2012. Incubation temperature affects the metabolic cost of thermoregulation in a young precocial bird. Functional Ecology, 26 (2), 416-422.
Hawley, D. M., DuRant, S. E., Wilson, A. F., Adelman, J. S. and Hopkins, W. A. 2012. Additive metabolic costs of thermoregulation and pathogen infection. Functional Ecology, 26 (3), 701-710.