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  • Matheson, Amanda L.; Campbell, Kevin L.; Willis, Craig K. R. (Company of Biologists, 2010)
    Torpor is an adaptation for energy conservation employed by many species of small-bodied endotherms. However, surprisingly little is known regarding proximate factors influencing day-to-day variation in torpor expression ...
  • Pannkuk, Evan L.; McGuire, Liam P.; Warnecke, Lisa; Turner, James M.; Willis, Craig K. R.; Risch, Thomas S. (The University of Chicago, 2015)
    Pseudogymnoascus destructans is an ascomycetous fungus responsible for the disease dubbed white-nose syndrome (WNS) and massive mortalities of cave-dwelling bats. The fungus infects bat epidermal tissue, causing damage to ...
  • Jonasson, Kristin A.; Willis, Craig K. R. (Company of Biologists, 2012)
    Hibernation physiology and energy expenditure have been relatively well studied in large captive hibernators, especially rodents, but data from smaller, free-ranging hibernators are sparse. We examined variation in the ...
  • Menzies, Allyson K.; Timonin, Mary E.; McGuire, Liam P.; Willis, Craig K. R. (2013-11-27)
    Animal personality or temperament refers to individual differences in behaviour that are repeatable over time and across contexts. Personality has been linked to life-history traits, energetic traits and fitness, with ...
  • Madliger, Christine L.; Cooke, Steven J.; Crespi, Erica J.; Funk, Jennifer L.; Hultine, Kevin R.; Hunt, Kathleen E.; Rohr, Jason R.; Sinclair, Brent J.; Suski, Cory D.; Willis, Craig K. R.; Love, Oliver P. (Oxford University Press and the Society for Experimental Biology, 2016)
    The potential benefits of physiology for conservation are well established and include greater specificity of management techniques, determination of cause–effect relationships, increased sensitivity of health and disturbance ...

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