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Complete list of technical publications, Mark A. Chappell ( )

Journal articles, symposium papers:

  1. Chappell MA, Calvo AV, Heller HC (1978). Hypothalamic thermosensitivity and adaptations for heat-storage behavior in three species of chipmunks (Eutamias) from different thermal environments. Journal of Comparative Physiology 125:175-183. pdf
  2. Chappell MA (1978). Behavioral factors in the altitudinal zonation of chipmunks (Eutamias). Ecology 59:565-579. pdf
  3. Chappell MA (1980). Thermal energetics of chicks of Arctic-breeding shorebirds. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 65A:311-317. pdf
  4. Chappell MA (1980). Insulation, radiation, and convection in small arctic mammals. Journal of Mammalogy 61:268-277. pdf
  5. Chappell MA (1980). Thermal energetics and thermoregulatory costs of small Arctic mammals. Journal of Mammalogy 61:278-291. pdf
  6. Chappell MA, Bartholomew GA (1981). Standard operative temperature and thermal energetics of the antelope ground squirrel Ammospermophilus leucurus. Physiological Zoology 54:81-93.
  7. Chappell MA, Bartholomew GA (1981). Activity and thermoregulation of the antelope ground squirrel, Ammospermophilus leucurus, in winter and summer. Physiological Zoology 54:215-223.
  8. Chappell MA (1981). Body temperature, activity patterns, and environmental conditions of arctic ground squirrels (Citellus undulatus). Oecologia 49:397-403. pdf
  9. Chappell MA (1982). Temperature regulation of carpenter bees (Xylocopa californica) foraging in the Colorado Desert of southern California. Physiological Zoology 55:267-280.
  10. Chappell MA (1983). Metabolism and thermoregulation in desert and montane grasshoppers. Oecologia 56:126-131. pdf
  11. Chappell MA (1983). Thermal limitations to escape responses in desert grasshoppers. Animal Behaviour 31:1088-1093.
  12. Chappell MA, Goldstein DL, Winkler DW (1984). Oxygen consumption, evaporative water loss, and temperature regulation of California gull chicks (Larus californicus) in a desert rookery. Physiological Zoology 57:204-214.
  13. Chappell MA. (1984) Temperature regulation and energetics of the solitary bee Centris pallida during foraging and intermale mate competition. Physiological Zoology 57:215-225.
  14. Chappell MA (1984). Maximum oxygen consumption during exercise and cold exposure in deer mice, Peromyscus maniculatus. Respiration Physiology 55:367-377. pdf
  15. Chappell MA, Snyder LRG (1984). Biochemical and physiological correlates of deer mouse alpha-chain hemoglobin polymorphisms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 81:5484-5488. pdf
  16. Chappell MA, Holsclaw DS (1984). Effects of wind on thermoregulation and energy balance in deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). Journal of Comparative Physiology 154:619-625. pdf
  17. Chappell MA (1984). Thermoregulation and energetics of the green fig beetle (Cotinus texana) during flight and foraging behavior. Physiological Zoology 57:581-589.
  18. Chappell MA (1985). Effects of ambient temperature and altitude on ventilation and gas exchange in deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). Journal of Comparative Physiology 155:751-758. pdf
  19. Hayes JP, Chappell MA (1986). Effects of cold acclimation on maximum oxygen consumption during cold exposure and treadmill exercise in deer mice, Peromyscus maniculatus. Physiological Zoology 59:473-481.
  20. Polcyn DM, Chappell MA(1986). Thermoregulation in basking butterflies: Effects of wing position and orientation to wind and light. Physiological Zoology 59:706-716.
  21. Chappell MA, Bucher TL (1987). Effects of temperature and altitude on ventilation and gas exchange in chukars (Alectoris chukar). Journal of Comparative Physiology B 157:129-136. pdf
  22. Chappell MA, Ellis TM (1987). Resting metabolic rates in Boid snakes: allometric relationships and temperature effects. Journal of Comparative Physiology 157B:227-235. pdf
  23. Ellis TM, Chappell MA (1987). Metabolism, temperature relations, maternal behavior, and reproductive energetics in the ball python (Python regius). Journal of Comparative Physiology B: 157:393-402. pdf
  24. Chappell MA, Morgan KR (1987). Temperature regulation, endothermy, resting metabolism, and flight energetics of tachinid flies (Nowickia sp.). Physiological Zoology 60:550-559.
  25. Chappell MA, Souza SL (1988). Thermoregulation, gas exchange, and ventilation in Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae). Journal of Comparative Physiology B 157:783-790. pdf
  26. Chappell MA, Hayes JP Snyder LRG (1988). Hemoglobin polymorphisms in deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus): physiology of beta-globin variants and alpha-globin recombinants. Evolution 42:681-688. pdf
  27. Synder LRG, Hayes JP, Chappell MA(1988). Alpha-chain hemoglobin polymorphisms are correlated with altitude in the deer mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus. Evolution 42:689-697. pdf
  28. Chappell MA, Morgan KR, Souza SL, Bucher TL (1989). Convection and thermoregulation in two antarctic seabirds. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 159:313-322. pdf
  29. Bucher TL, Chappell MA (1989) Energy metabolism and patterns of ventilation in euthermic and torpid hummingbirds. In: C. Bech and R. Reinertsen, eds, Physiology of Adaptation in Birds. Plenum Publishing Company, pp 187-195.
  30. Chappell MA, Morgan KR, Bucher TL (1990). Weather, microclimate, and energy costs of thermoregulation for breeding Adelie penguins. Oecologia 83:420-426. pdf
  31. Hayes JP, Chappell MA (1990). Individual consistency of maximal oxygen consumption in deer mice. Functional Ecology 4:495-503. pdf
  32. Chappell MA, Roverud RC (1990). Temperature effects on metabolism, ventilation, and oxygen extraction in a Neotropical bat. Respiration Physiology 81:401-412. pdf
  33. Bucher TL, Chappell MA, Morgan KR (1990). The ontogeny of oxygen consumption and ventilation in the Adelie penguin, Pygoscelis adeliae. Respiration Physiology 82:369-388.
  34. Roverud RC, Chappell MA (1991) Energetic and thermoregulatory aspects of clustering behavior in the Neotropical bat Noctilio albiventris. Physiological Zoology 64:1527-1541.
  35. Morgan KR, Chappell MA, Bucher TL (1992). Ventilatory oxygen extraction in relation to ambient temperature in four Antarctic seabirds. Physiological Zoology 65:1092-1113.
  36. Bucher TL, Chappell MA (1992). Ventilatory and metabolic dynamics during entry into and arousal from torpor in Selasphorus hummingbirds. Physiological Zoology 65:978-993.
  37. Chappell MA (1992) Ventilatory accommodation of changing oxygen demand in sciurid rodents. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 162:722-730. pdf
  38. Chappell MA, Shoemaker VH, Janes DN, Bucher TL, Maloney SK (1993). Diving behavior during foraging in breeding Adélie Penguins. Ecology 74:1204-1215. pdf
  39. Chappell MA, Shoemaker VH, Janes DN, Maloney SK, Bucher TL (1993). Energetics of foraging in breeding Adélie Penguins. Ecology 74:2450-2461. Abstract; pdf
  40. Chappell MA, Janes DN, Shoemaker VH, Bucher TL, Maloney SK (1993). Reproductive effort in Adélie Penguins. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33:173-182. Abstract; pdf
  41. Chappell MA, Dawson TJ (1994) Ventilatory accommodation of changing oxygen consumption in dasyurid marsupials. Physiological Zoology 67:418-437. Abstract
  42. Chappell MA, Zuk M, Kwan TH, Johnsen TS (1994) Energy cost of an avian vocal display: crowing in red jungle fowl. Animal Behaviour 49:255-257. pdf
  43. Chappell MA, Bachman GC (1994) Aerobic performance in Belding's ground squirrels (Spermophilus beldingi): variance, ontogeny, and the aerobic capacity model of endothermy. Physiological Zoology 68:421-442. Abstract
  44. Chappell MA, Bachman GC, Odell J (1995) Repeatability of aerobic performance in Belding's ground squirrels. Functional Ecology 9:498-504.; pdf
  45. Janes DN, Chappell MA (1995) The effect of ration size and body size on specific dynamic action in Adélie penguin chicks, Pygoscelis adeliae. Physiological Zoology 68:1029-1044. Abstract
  46. Chappell MA, Zuk M, Johnsen TS (1996) Repeatability of aerobic performance in red junglefowl: effects of ontogeny and nematode infection. Functional Ecology 10:578-585. Abstract; pdf
  47. Bucher TL, Chappell MA (1997). Respiratory exchange and ventilation during nocturnal torpor in hummingbirds. Physiological Zoology 70:45-52. Abstract
  48. Alleyne M, Chappell MA, Gelman DB, Beckage NE (1997) Effects of parasitism by the braconid wasp Cotesia congregata on metabolic rate in host larvae of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta. Journal of Insect Physiology 43 :143-154. Abstract; pdf
  49. Chappell MA, Bachman GC, Hammond KA (1997) The heat increment of feeding in house wren chicks: magnitude, duration, and substitution for thermostatic costs. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 167:313-318. Abstract; pdf
  50. Chappell MA, Zuk M, Johnsen TS, Kwan TH (1997) Mate choice and aerobic capacity in red junglefowl. Behaviour 134:511-529. Abstract; pdf
  51. Bachman GC, Chappell MA (1998) The energetic cost of begging behaviour in nestling house wrens. Animal Behaviour 55:1607-1618. Abstract; pdf
  52. Chappell MA, Bachman GC (1998) The exercise capacity of House Wren nestlings: begging chicks are not working as hard as they can. The Auk 115:863-870. Abstract; pdf
  53. Chappell MA, Zuk M, Johnsen TS (1999) Aerobic performance does not affect social rank in female red jungle fowl. Functional Ecology; pdf 13:163-168. Abstract
  54. Chappell MA, Bech C, Buttemer WA (1999) The relationship of central and peripheral organ masses to aerobic performance variation in House Sparrows. Journal of Experimental Biology 202:2269-2279. Abstract; pdf
  55. Rogowitz GL, Chappell MA (1999) Energy metabolism of eucalyptus-boring beetles during rest and locomotion: gender makes a difference. Journal of Experimental Biology 203: 1131-1139. Abstract; pdf
  56. Hammond K, Chappell MA, Cardullo RA, Lin RS, Johnsen TS (2000) The mechanistic basis of aerobic performance variation in red junglefowl. Journal of Experimental Biology 203: 2053-2064. Abstract; pdf
  57. Chappell MA, Rogowitz GL (2000) Mass, temperature, and metabolic effects on discontinuous gas exchange cycles in eucalyptus-boring beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Journal of Experimental Biology 203: 3809-3820. Abstract; pdf
  58. Hammond KA, Chappell MA, Kristan D (2002). Developmental plasticity in aerobic performance in deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 133:213-224. pdf
  59. Kolluru GR, Zuk N, Chappell MA (2002). Reduced reproductive effort in male field crickets infested with parasitoid fly larvae. Behvioural Ecology 13: 607-614. Abstract; pdf
  60. Chappell MA, Rezende EL, Hammond KA (2003). Age and aerobic performance in deer mice. Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 1221-1231. Abstract; pdf
  61. Odell JP, Chappell MA, Dickson KA (2003). Morphological and enzymatic correlates of aerobic and burst performance in different populations of Trinidadian guppies Poecilia reticulata. Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 3707-3718. Abstract; pdf
  62. Chappell MA, Hammond KA (2004). Maximal aerobic performance of deer mice in combined cold and exercise challenges. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 174: 41-48. Abstract; pdf
  63. Odell JP, Chappell MA (2004). Predation intensity does not cause microevolutionary change in maximum speed or aerobic capacity in Trinidadian guppies (Poecilia reticulata: Peters). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77: 27-38. Abstract; pdf
  64. Rezende EL, Chappell MA, Hammond KA (2004). Cold-acclimation in Peromyscus: temporal effects and individual variation in maximum metabolism and ventilatory traits. Journal of Experimental Biology 207: 295-305. Abstract; pdf
  65. Chappell MA, Garland T, Rezende EL, Gomes FR (2004). Voluntary running in deer mice: speed, distance, energy costs, and temperature effects. Journal of Experimental Biology. 207: 3839-3854. Abstract; pdf
  66. Kolluru GR, Chappell MA, Zuk M (2004). Sex differences in field crickets and their dipteran parasitoids. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 174: 641-648. Abstract; pdf
  67. Rezende EL, Chappell MA, Gomes FR, Malisch JR, Garland T, (2005). Maximal metabolic rates during voluntary exercise, forced exercise, and cold exposure in house mice selectively bred for high wheel-running. Journal of Experimental Biology. 208: 2447-2458. Abstract; pdf
  68. Rezende EL, Gomes FR, Ghalambor CK., Russell GA, Chappell MA (2005). An evolutionary frame of work to study physiological adaptation to high altitudes. Rev. Chil. Hist. Nat. 78: 323-336.
  69. Rezende EL, Kelly SA, Gomes FR, Chappell MA, Garland T, (2006). Effects of size, sex, and voluntary running speeds on costs of locomotion in lines of laboratory mice selectively bred for high wheel-running activity. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79: 83-99. pdf
  70. Rezende EL, Garland T, Chappell MA, Malisch JR, Gomes FR. (2006). Maximum aerobic performance in lines of Mus selected for high wheel-running activity: effects of selection, oxygen availability and the mini-muscle phenotype. Journal of Experimental Biology. 209: 115-127. pdf
  71. Rezende EL, Gomes F, Malisch JL, Chappell MA, Garland, T (2006). Maximal oxygen consumption in relation to subordinate traits in lines of house mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel running. Journal of Applied Physiology 101:477-485.
  72. Russell GA, Chappell MA (2007). Is BMR repeatable in deer mice? Organ mass correlates and the effects of cold acclimation and natal altitude. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 177: 75-87. Abstract
  73. Chappell MA, Hammond KA, Cardullo RA, Russell GA, Rezende EL, Miller C (2007). Deer mouse aerobic performance across altitudes: effects of developmental history and temperature acclimation. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80: 652-662. Abstract
  74. Chappell MA, Garland T, Robertson GF, Saltzman W (2007). Relationships among running performance, aerobic physiology and organ mass in male Mongolian gerbils. Journal of Experimental Biology 210: 4179-4197. URL for pdf
  75. Wiersma P, Chappell MA, Williams JB (2007). Cold- and exercise-induced peak metabolic rates in tropical birds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 104: 20866-20871. Abstract
  76. Battam H, Chappell MA, Buttemer WA (2007). The effect of food temperature on post-prandial metabolism in albatrosses. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 1093-1101. URL for pdf
  77. Malisch J, Breuner CW, Gomes FR, Chappell MA, Garland T (2008). Circadian pattern of total and free corticosterone concentrations, corticosteroid-binding globulin, and physical activity in mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel-running behavior. General and Comparative Endocrinology 156: 201-217.
  78. Chappell MA, Dlugosz EM (2009). Aerobic capacity and running performance across a 1.6 km altitude difference in two sciurid rodents. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 610-619. Abstract, URL for pdf
  79. Rezende EL, Gomes FR, Chappell MA, Garland T (2009). Running Behavior and Its Energy Cost in Mice Selectively Bred for High Voluntary Locomotor Activity. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 662-679.
  80. Chappell MA, Bailey NW, Redak RA, Antolin M, Zuk M (2009). Metabolic similarity despite striking behavioral divergence: Aerobic performance in low- and high-density forms of the Mormon cricket. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 405-418. Abstract
  81. Malisch JL, Breuner CW, Kolb EM, Wada H, Hannon RM, Chappell MA, Middleton KM, Garland T (2009). Behavioral despair and home-cage activity in mice with chronically elevated baseline corticosterone concentrations. Behavior Genetics 39: 192-201. Abstract
  82. McGillivray DG, Garland T, Dlugosz EM, Chappell MA, Syme D (2009). Changes in efficiency and myosin expression in the small-muscle phenotype of mice selectively bred for high voluntary running activity. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 977-985. URL for pdf
  83. Dlugosz EM, Chappell MA, McGillivray DG, Syme D, Garland T (2009). Locomotor trade-offs in mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel running. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 2612-2618. URL for pdf
  84. Rezende E, Hammond KA, Chappell MA (2009). Cold-acclimation in Peromyscus: individual variation and sex effects in maximum and daily metabolism, organ mass and body composition. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 2795-2802. URL for pdf
  85. Kolb EM, Kelly SA, Middleton KM, Sermsakdi LS, Chappell MA, Garland T, Jr (2010). Erythropoietin elevates VO2max but not voluntary wheel running in mice. Journal of Experimental Biology 213:510-519. URL for pdf
  86. Buttemer WA, Bech C, Chappell MA (2010). Citrate synthase activity does not account for age-related differences in maximum aerobic performance in House Sparrows (Passer domesticus). Australian Zoologist 35:378-382.
  87. Garland T, Schutz H, Chappell MA, Keeney BK, Meek TH, Copes LE, Acosta W, Drenowatz C, Maciel RC, van Dijk G, Kotz CM, Eisenmann JC. (2011) The biological control of voluntary exercise, spontaneous physical activity and daily energy expenditure in relation to obesity: human and rodent perspectives. Journal of Experimental Biology 214:206-229. URL for pdf
  88. Chappell MA, Savard JF, Siani J, Coleman SW, Keagy J, Borgia G (2011). Aerobic capacity in wild satin bowerbirds: repeatability and effects of age, sex, and condition. Journal of Experimental Biology 214: 3186-3196. URL for pdf
  89. Jankowski JE, Londono GA, Robinson SK, Chappell MA (2012). Exploring the roles of physiology and biotic interactions in determining elevational ranges of tropical animals.   Ecography 36: 1-12.
  90. Dlugosz EM, Harris BN, Saltzman W, Chappell MA (2012). Glucocorticoids, aerobic physiology, and locomotor behavior in California mice.   Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85: 671-683.
  91. Chappell MA, Szafranska PA, Zub K, Konarzewski M (2012). The energy cost of voluntary running in weasels, Mustela nivalis. Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 578-576. URL for pdf
  92. Franco M, Contreras C, Cortez P, Chappell MA, Soto-Gamboa M, Nespolo RF (2012). Aerobic power, huddling and the efficiency of torpor in the South American marsupial, Dromiciops gliroides.   Biology Open 1: 1178-1184.
  93. Dlugosz EM, Schutz H, Meek TH, Acosta W, Downs CJ, Platzer EG, Chappell MA, Garland T (2013). Immune response to a Trichinella spirals infection in house mice from lines selectively bred for high voluntary wheel running.   Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 4212-4221
  94. Dlugosz EM, Chappell MA, Meek TH, Szafranska PA, Zub K, Konarzewski M, Jones JH, Bicudo E, Nespolo RF, Careau V, Garland T (2013). Phylogenetic analysis of mammalian maximal oxygen consumption during exercise.   Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 4712-4721
  95. Kelly S, Rezende E, Chappell MA, Gomes R, Kolb E, Malisch J, Rhodes J, Mitchel G, Garland T (2014). Exercise training effects on hypoxic and hypercapnic ventilatory responses in mice selected for increased voluntary wheel running.   Experimental Physiology 99: 403-413
  96. Oufiero CE, Meredith RW, Jugo KN, Tran P, Chappell MA, Springer MS, Reznick DN,Garland T (2014).   The evolution of the sexually selected sword in Xiphophorus does not compromise aerobic locomotor performance.   Evolution 68: 1806-1823
  97. Londono, GA, Chappell MA, Castenada M, Jankowski JE, Robinson SK (2014).   Basal metabolism in tropical birds:   Latitude, altitude, and the 'pace of life'.   Functional Ecology 29: 338-346.
  98. Copes LE, Schutz H. Dlugosz EM, Acosta W, Chappell MA, Garland T (2015). Effects of voluntary exercise on spontaneous physical activity and food consumption in mice: results from an artificial selection experiment.   Physiology and Behavior 149: 86-94
  99. Bech M, Chappell MA, Astheimer LB, Londono GA, Buttemer WA (2016). A 'slow pace of life' in Australian old-endemic passerine birds is not accompanied by low basal metabolic rates.  Journal of Comparative Physiology B 186: 503-512
  100. Andrew JR, Saltzman W, Chappell MA, Garland T (2016). Consequences of fatherhood in the biparental California mouse (Peromyscus californicus): locomotor performance, metabolic rate, and organ masses.   Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 89: 130-140.
  101. Murillo A, Chappell MA, Owen J, Mullens BA (2016). Northern fowl mite (Ornithonyssus sylviarum) effects on metabolism, body temperatures, skin condition, and egg production as a function of hen MHC haplotype.   Poultry Science 95: 2536-2546
  102. Londoņo GA, Chappell MA, Jankowski JE, Robinson SK (2016).   Do regulatory costs limit the altitude distributions of Andean forest birds?  Functional Ecology 31: 204-215
  103. Chappell MA, Buttemer WA, Russell AF (2016).   Energetics of communal roosting in Chestnut-crowned Babblers:  Implications for group dynamics and breeding phenology  Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 3321-3328
  104. Meng Zhao, Garland T, Chappell MA, Andrew J, Saltzman W (2017).   Metabolic and affective consequences of fatherhood in male California mice  in press, Physiology and Behavior

Invited book chapters, edited books:

  1. Chappell MA (1986). Physiological ecology (animal). In Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 6th ed. McGraw-Hill. 6 pages.
  2. Chappell MA (1986). Physiological correlates of hemoglobin polymorphisms in Peromyscus maniculatus: is there evidence for adaptation? In White Mountain Research Station Symposium on Natural History and High Altitude Physiology, Vol. 1. University of California, Los Angeles, pp. 203-210.
  3. Chappell MA, Whitman DW (1990). Thermoregulation. In A Biology of Grasshoppers, A. Joern and R. Chapman, eds. John Wiley & Sons, New York, pp 143-172.
  4. Chappell MA, Bachman GC (2002). Energetic costs of begging behaviour. In The Evolution of Begging: Competition, Cooperation and Communication, J. Wright and M. Leonard, eds. Kluwer, Boston, pages 143-162. Abstract
  5. Bicudo JEPW, Buttemer WA, Chappell MA, Pearson JT, Bech C (2010). Ecological and Environmental Physiology of Birds. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 336 pages.

Technical papers (not rigorously reviewed):

  1. Chappell MA, Souza SL (1989). Physiological ecology of Adelie penguins during the breeding season. 1987 review volume of the Antarctic Journal of the United States pp 228-229.
  2. Chappell MA (1990). Physiological ecology and energetics of Adelie penguins during the breeding season. 1988 review volume of the Antarctic Journal of the United States. pp 144-145.
  3. Chappell MA, Shoemaker VH, Janes DN, Maloney SK (1991) Reproductive effort and foraging energetics in Adelie penguins. Antarctic Journal of the United States (1992): 180-181.
  4. Chappell MA, Janes DN, Bucher TL, Shoemaker VH (1992). Reproductive effort, diving behavior, and foraging energetics in Adélie penguins. Antarctic Journal of the United States (1992): 145-146.
  5. Janes, DN, Chappell MA, Shoemaker VH, Peterson, C (1993). Osmoregulation and growth energetics in Adélie penguin chicks. Antarctic Journal of the United States (1993);28:150-151.

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