Scholarly Productivity

This page contains an up-to-date and near-complete list of peer reviewed publications, presentations, and abstracts showing the scholarly productivity of the faculty and students in the Biology Department at Andrews University over the last few decades.

* Student authors marked with an asterisk.

2012

Refereed Journal Articles 

  • Goodwin, H. T., and K. Bullock*. 2012. Estimates of body mass for fossil giant ground squirrels, genus Paenemarmota. Journal of Mammalogy (in press).
  • *Kisser, B., and H. T. Goodwin. Hibernation and overwinter body temperatures in free-ranging thirteen-lined ground squirrels, Ictidomys tridecemlineatus. American Midland Naturalist 167:396–409.

Non-Refereed Journal Articles

  • Boon-Chai Ng, Craig Bradfield, Roy Pritish, and Marlene Murray (2012) Converting Cow Manure and Disposable Water Bottle into FiberboardCPUE: TMS 2012 Conference Proceedings.

2011

Oral Presentations

  • Atkins, G., *Burden, C., Snyder, K., Stout, J. 2011. Geographic variation in populations of two cricket species – a preliminary report. Geoscience Research Institute Conference on Teaching Origins, Canmore, BC, Canada 
  • Atkins, G. 2011. Teaching science and faith issues in a freshman biology majors course. Geoscience Research Institute Conference on Teaching Origins, Canmore, BC, Canada 
  • *Bullock, K. M., and Goodwin, H. T. 2011. Estimating body mass of ground squirrels from skeletal and dental variables with application to an extinct giant ground squirrel, Paenemarmota. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters, Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, Michigan.
  • Burton, L., Katenga, J., Mbungu, D., & Stout, J. 2011.  Uncovering Antecedents of STEM Success at Andrews University. Poster presented at CCLI-TUES PI Meeting, Washington, D.C. January 27.
  • Burton, L. D., Stout, J., Mbungu, D., Katenga, J., Ongo, M., Rose, H., Gittens-St. Juste, P., Lonser, V. Y., Boyd, C., & DeJonge-Moore, K. 2011.  Engaging Diverse STEM Students in Transformative Learning. Paper presented at the Annual International Meeting of the National Association for Research on Science Teaching (NARST), Orlando, FL. April 4.
  • Hayward, J.L., and Henson, S.M. 2011. Ovulations synchrony in colonial seabirds I. Symposium on Modeling Aspects of Endocrine Regulation in the Female Reproductive System, Seventh International congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Vancouver, BC, 18 July 2011. (Invited talk)
  • Henson, S.M., and Hayward, J.L. 2011. Ovulation synchrony in colonial seabirds II. Symposium on Modeling Aspects of Endocrine Regulation in the Female Reproductive System, Seventh International congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Vancouver, BC, 18 July 2011. (Invited talk)
  • Murray-Nseula, M. 2011. March. Incorporating Case Studies into Genetics. Presenter (paper), 117th Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters Annual Conference, Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI.
  • *Sherwin B., Stout J., Atkins, G. 2011. The Role of Chloride Channel Inhibition in the Brain on the Phonotactic Selectivity of Female Crickets.  Michigan Academy of Science Arts and Letters, Saginaw, MI
  • *Steely T., *Cha E., *Burden C., Navia B., *Hasegawa H., Stout J., Atkins G. 2011. Comparing the effects of temperature on the calling song of males, the phonotaxis of females, and the L3 auditory neuron in crickets (Acheta domesticus).   Michigan Academy of Science Arts and Letters, Saginaw, MI
  • Stout, J., *Samuel, L., Atkins, G. 2011. Selective processing of calling songs by AN2 interneurons of the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus: Roles in a temporally selective neuronal network. Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meetings, Missouri. 
  • *Yoon, J., *Lee, K., Stout, J., Atkins, G. 2011. Effects of nanoinjecting three inhibitory neurotransmitters into the prothoracic ganglion on the selectivity of phonotaxis in female crickets (Acheta domesticus).Michigan Academy of Science Arts and Letters, Saginaw, MI
  • Varricchio, D. J., Hayward, J. L., and Jackson, F. D. 2011. Vertebrate nesting sites as a distinct taphonomic mode. Abstract. IV Congreso Latinoamericano de Paleontología de Vertebrados, San Juan, Argentina, 21-24 September.

Poster Presentations

  • *Bullock, K. M., and Goodwin, H. T. 2011. Estimating body mass of ground squirrels from skeletal and dental variables with application to an extinct giant ground squirrel, Paenemarmota. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters, Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, Michigan.
  • Navia, B., Atkins, G., Stout, J. 2011. Variability in the selectivity of phonotaxis and neuronal correlates in female cricket Acheta domesticus. Program No.944.16/AAA3 Neuroscience meeting planner, Washington, DC. Society for Neuroscience Online.
  • Stout, J., Atkins, G. 2011. The prothoracic auditory neuronal network of female crickets is causally involved in controlling the female’s selective behavioral responses to male’s calls. Program No.944.16/AAA3 Neuroscience meeting planner, Washington, DC. Society for Neuroscience Online.
  • Woolford-Hunt, C., Murray-Nseula, M., Grajales, T. 2011, August.  Psychoneuroendocrine Response to Perceived Difference.  Poster presented at the  119th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC. 
  • Woolford-Hunt, C., Murray-Nseula, M., Grajales, T. 2011, May.  Endocrine Response to Perceived Difference.  Poster presented at the 83rd Annual Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
  • *Yoon, J., *Lee, K., *Koo, R., Stout, J., Atkins, G. 2011. The roles of inhibitory neurotransmitters in the prothoracic ganglion on the selectivity of phonotaxis in female crickets (Acheta domesticus). Program No.944.16/AAA3 Neuroscience meeting planner, Washington, DC. Society for Neuroscience Online.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Choi, R., Atkins, G., Stout, J. 2011. The effects of injecting Juvenile Hormone III into the prothoracic ganglion on phonotaxis by female crickets Gryllus bimaculatus. Physiological Entomology DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3032.2011.00811.x
  • Goodwin, H. T. Review of McKibben, B., Earth: making a life on a tough new planet. Andrews University Seminary Studies, 49:207-208
  • Hayward, J.L., *Dickson, K.M., *Gamble, S.R., *Owen, A.W., and *Owen, K.C. 2011. Eggshell taphonomy: Environmental effects on fragment orientation. Historical Biology 23:5-13.
  • Henson, S.M., Cushing,  J.M., and Hayward, J.L. 2011. Socially-induced ovulation synchrony and its effect on seabird population dynamics. Journal of Biological Dynamics 5:495-516.
  • Henson, S. M., Weldon, L. M., Hayward, J. L. *Greene, D. J., *Megna, L. C., and *Serem, M. C. 2011. Coping behavior as an adaptation to stress: post-disturbance preening in colonial seabirds. Journal of Biological Dynamics, published online 31 Aug 2011 (print version in press). 
  • *Janssen, J.D., Mutch, G.W., and Hayward, J.L. 2011. Taphonomic effects of high temperature on avian eggshell. Palaios, 26:658-664.
  • Murray-Nseula, M. 2011. Incorporating case studies into an undergraduate genetics course. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 11(3):75-85.
  • Stout, J., Stumpner, A., *Jeffery, J., *Samuel, L., Atkins, G. 2011. Response properties of the prothoracic AN2 auditory interneurone to model calling songs in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus. Physiological Entomology 36:343-359.

2010

Oral Presentations

  • Henson, S.M., Cushing, J.M., and Hayward, J.L. 2010. Darwinian dynamics of avian populations with reproductive synchrony. Preliminary report. Joint Mathematics Meetings, American Mathematical Society and The Mathematical Association of America, San Francisco, 13-16 January. (Invited talk)
  • Henson, S.M., and Hayward, J.L. 2010. Mathematical ecology: An interdisciplinary dialogue. Colloquium, Departments of Mathematics and Biology, Bates College, Lewiston, ME. Sponsored by Southern Maine Chapter of Sigma Xi and the Mellon Foundation.

Poster Presentations

  • Atkins, G., *Burden, C., *Purvis, S., *Steely, T., Stout, J. 2010. Unexpected variation in the calling song and phonotaxis of two field cricket species (Gryllus veletis and G. pennsylvanicus). Proceedings from the International Congress of Neuroethology 9:407 , Salamanca, Spain. 
  • *Bullock, K.M., Cain, A.N., and Goodwin,  H.T. 2010. Estimating  body mass of ground squirrels from skeletal and dental variables with application to extinct giant ground squirrel. March 9, Howard Performing Arts Center.
  • Hayward, J.L. 2010. The Seabird Ecology Team  by The Seabird Ecology Team. March 9, Howard Performing Arts Center.
  • Hayward, J.L. 2010. What Can Eggshell Fragments Tell Us about Dinosaurs? March 9, Howard Performing Arts Center.
  • Hayward, J.L., and Henson, S.M. 2010. Effects of climate, habitat, and predation on hatching success in glaucous-winged gulls. Poster, First World Seabird Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, 7-11 September.
  • Henson, S.M., and Hayward,  J.L. 2010. Socially-induced synchronization of egg-laying in a seabird colony. Poster, First World Seabird Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, 7-11 September.
  • *Megna, L., Henson, S.M., and Hayward, J.L. 2010. Mathematical model of habitat occupancy for pigeon guillemots. Poster, First World Seabird Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, 7-11 September.
  • *McWilliams, K. 2010. Courtship and Copulation in Glaucous-winged Gulls, Larus glaucescens with Dr. James L. Hayward. March 9, Howard Performing Arts Center.
  • Navia, B., *Burden, C., *Greene, C., *Steely, T., *Hasagawa, H., Stout, J., Atkins, G. 2010. Variability in the male's calling song correlates with variability in phonotactic and neuronal responses in female cricket Acheta domesticus. Proceedings from the International Congress of Neuroethology 9:407 , Salamanca, Spain. 
  • Stout, J., *Samuel, S., Stumpner, A., *Jeffery, J., Atkins, G. 2010. Selective auditory processing of conspecific male cricket calls by female Gryllus bimaculatus: prothoracic auditory neurons are causally involved in controlling selective phonotaxis. Proceedings from the International Congress of Neuroethology 9:407 , Salamanca, Spain. 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Hayward, J.L., Galusha, J.G., and Henson, S.M. 2010. Foraging-related activity of bald eagles at a Washington seabird colony and seal rookery. Journal of Raptor Research 44:19-29.
  • Henson, S.M., Hayward, J.L., Cushing,  J.M., and Galusha, J.G. 2010. Socially-induced synchronization of every-other-day egg-laying in a seabird colony. Auk 127:571-580.
  • Henson, S.M., Hayward, J.L. 2010. The mathematics of animal behavior: An interdisciplinary dialogue. Notice of the American Mathematical Society  57:1248-1258. [Invited paper]
  • *Smith, D.L. and Hayward, J.L. 2010. Bacterial decomposition of avian eggshell: A taphonomic experiment. Palaios 25:318-326.
  • Stout, J., Navia, B., *Jeffery, J., *Samuel, L., *Hartwig, L., *Butlin, A., *Chung, M., *Wilson, J., *Dashner, E., Atkins, G. 2010. Plasticity of the phonotactic selectiveness of four species of chirping crickets (Gryllidae): Implications for call recognition. Physiological Entomology 35:99-116.

Books

  • Woodland, D.W. 2010. Contemporary Plant Systematics. Fourth Edition. 2010. Andrews University Press. March 9, Howard Performing Arts Center.

2009

Oral Presentations

  • Hayward, J.L., Henson, S.M., and Cushing, J.M. 2009. Socially-induced ovulation synchrony in a seabird colony: A discrete-time model. SEcond International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Populations in Biological Systems, University of Alabama, Huntsvilled, AL, 9 October. (Invited talk)
  • Hayward, J.L. 2009. Eggshell taphonomy: Development of an analytic tool for dinosaur paleontology. Fourth International Symposium on Dinosaur Eggs and Babies, Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, 9 August.
  • Henson, S.M. and Hayward, J.L. 2009. Animal behavior: A data-driven approach to teaching mathematical biology. Mathematical Biology, the New Frontier: Educating the Next Generation, Special Session, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, 13 February. (Invited talk)

Poster Presentations

  • Biswas, M. & R. Zdor. 2009. Using gene fusions to study cyanogenesis in a weed deleterious rhizobacterium.
  • Brubaker, H., and Zdor, R. 2009 Velvetleaf sensitivity to IAA and rhizobacteria that produce IAA-like compounds. 
  • *Burden, C., Atkins, G. 2009. Beyond species identity: cricket auditory systems process more than just a stereotyped call. JB Johnson Club, Chicago, IL.
  • Burton, L., Mbungu, D., Stout, J. 2009. Assessing Factors that Contribute to Success:  Biology and BNS Programs at Andrews University. Research Celebration, Andrews University.
  • Burton, L.D. & Mbungu, D. (2009, April 2. Secrets of STEM Success at Andrews University.  Presented at the First Annual Celebration of Creative Scholarship, Andrews University
  • Goodwin, H. T.  2009. Miocene to Pleistocene faunal turnover within Spermophilus of the Great Plains.  American Society of Mammalogists, Fairbanks, Alaska.
  • *Kisser, B. K., and H. T. Goodwin. 2009. Surface morphology of lower incisors in relation to overwinter body temperature in Spermophilus tridecemlineatus.  American Society of Mammalogists, Fairbanks, Alaska.
  • Lee* K., G. Atkins. 2009. The Effect of Benzodiazepine on Female Cricket Phonotaxis. Honors Symposium, Andrews University.
  • Ng, B., M. Murray, T. Chittick, C. Bradfield*, and R. Pritish*. 2009. Converting cow manure and disposable water bottle into fiberboard. Research Celebration, Andrews University.
  • Zdor, R. 2009. Herbicide-deleterious rhizobacterial interactions in Velvetleaf weed control. 
  • Zdor, R. 2009. The following titles were presented at the 9th International Bioherbicide Group Workshop, Feb. 8, 2009, Orlando, FL.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Goodwin, H. T. 2009. Odontometric patterns in the radiation of extant ground-dwelling squirrels within Marmotini (Sciuridae: Xerini).  Journal of Mammalogy.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 2009. Repairing the breach: reconnecting students with nature.  Journal of Adventist Education.
  • Hayward, J. L. 2009. Bald eagle predation on harbor seal pups. /Northwestern Naturalist/ 90:51-53.
  • Hayward, J. L., Henson, S. M.,  Banks, J. C.,  and Lyn, S. L. 2009. Mathematical modeling of appendicular bone growth in glaucous-winged gulls. /Journal of Morphology/ 270:70-82.
  • Hayward, J.L., Henson, S.M.,  Tkachuck, R.D., Tkachuck, C.M., *Payne, B.G. and *Boothby, C.K. 2009. Predicting gull/human conflicts with mathematical models: A tool for management. Natural Resource Modeling 22:544-563.

2008

Abstracts

  • Atkins, G., *Burden, C., *Greene, C., *Steely, T., Stout, J. 2008. Temperature coupling between the male's calling song, the female's phonotactic response, and the SP-selective responses of the L3 auditory interneuron in Acheta domesticus.  Proceedings of the Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meetings, p. 19.
  • Atkins, G., *Burden, C., *Greene, C., *Steely, T., Stout, J. 2008.  Temperature coupling between the male’s calling song, the female’s phonotactic response, and the SP-selective responses of the L3 auditory interneuron in Acheta domesticus. Program No.796.7/UU46 Neuroscience meeting planner, Atlanta, GA. Society for Neuroscience Online.
  • *Burden, C., Atkins, G. 2008.  Variability in the calling songs of two cricket species: Gryllus pennsylvanicus and Gryllus veletis Proceedings of Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meetings, p. 21.
  • Stout J., *Samuel, L.,  *Stumpner, A., Atkins, G. 2008.   Selective auditory processing in the prothoracic ganglion: a causal step in calling song recognition by female Gryllus bimaculatus Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meetings, p. 59.

    Books
  • Woodland, D. W. 2008. Contemporary Plant Systematics, 4th ed. Andrews University Press, Berrien Springs, MI.
  • Woodland, D. W. 2008. Plants in New Zealand. (with: F. Cutten, P. Holland, and L. Newstrom) (submitted to publisher: Auckland University Press, Auckland, New Zealand).

    Poster Presentations
  • Brubaker, H. and Zdor, R. 2008. Velvetleaf sensitivity to IAA and rhizobacteria that produce IAA-like compounds.

    Refereed Journal Articles
  • Atkins G., *Kilmer, J., *Scalfani, M., *Navia, B., Stout, J. 2008. Modulation of syllable period-selective phonotaxisby prothoracic neurones in crickets (Acheta domesticus): juvenile hormone, picrotoxin and photoinactivation of the ON1 neurones. Physiological Entomology 33:322-333.
  • Cowles, D. L., and Hayward, J. L. 2008. Historical changes in the physical and vegetational characteristics of Protection Island, Washington. /Northwest Science /82:174-184.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 2008. Sciuridae.  Pp. 355-376, in: Evolution of Tertiary mammals of North America, volume 2 (C. Janis, G. Gunnell, M. Uhen, eds.).  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U. K.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 2008. When faith and knowledge clash: leveraging the tension to advance Christian education.  Journal of Adventist Education, April/May, 2008, pp. 44-47.
  • Martin, R. A., Peláez-Camponanes, P., Honey, J. G., Fox, D. L., Zakrzewski, R. J., Lindsay, E. H., Opdyke, N. D. and Goodwin, H. T. 2008. Rodent community change at the Pliocene–Pleistocene transition in southwestern Kansas and identification of the Microtus immigration event on the Central Great Plains.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 267:196–207.
  • *Moore, A. L., *Damania, S. P., Hayward, J. L., and Henson, S. M. 2008. Modeling the daily activities of breeding colonial seabirds: Dynamic occupancy patterns in multiple habitat patches. /Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering/ 5:831-842.
  • Steen, D. A. 2008. Biomimetics as a Vehicle for Learning Good Science and Building Faith. 2008. Christ in the Classroom.

    Oral Presentations
  • Atkins, G., *Burden, C., *Greene, C., *Steely, T., Stout, J. 2008. Temperature coupling between the male's calling song, the female's phonotactic response, and the SP-selective responses of the L3 auditory interneuron in Acheta domesticus.  Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meetings, Tours France.
  • *Burden, C., Atkins, G. 2008.  Variability in the calling songs of two cricket species: Gryllus pennsylvanicus and Gryllus veletis Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meetings, Tours France.
  • Hayward, J. L., Galusha, J. G., Gregory, C., Bové, J., Bové, C., and Henson, S. M. 2008. Impact of El Niño on the seabirds of Protection Island, Washington. 35^th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Seabird Group, Blaine, WA, 25 February.
  • Hayward, J. L., and Henson, S. M. Feathered oscillators: Reproductive synchrony in glaucous-winged gulls. Symposium in honor of Professor John F. Stout, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI, 26 September.
  • Hayward, J. L., and Henson,  S. M. 2008. Feathered oscillators: Reproductive synchrony in seabirds. Port Townsend Marine Science Center, Port Townsend, WA, 17 July.
  • Hayward, J. L., Henson, S. M., and Galusha, J. G. 2008. Feathered oscillators: Reproductive synchrony in seabirds. Colloquium, Department of Biological Sciences, Walla Walla University, College Place, WA, 6 May.
  • Stout J., *Samuel,  L., *Stumpner, A., Atkins, G. 2008.   Selective auditory processing in the prothoracic ganglion: a causal step in calling song recognition by female Gryllus bimaculatus(I) Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meetings, Tours France.

2007

Poster Presentations

  • Zdor, R. 2007. Velvetleaf root colonization and plant growth effects by a noncyanogenic derivative of the weed deleterious rhizobacterium Pseudomonas putida ATH2-1RI/9. American Society for Plant Biology. July 2007.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Burden*, C. 2007. Book Review of Mayewski, Paul Andrews and Frank White. 2002 Ice Chronicles: The Quest to Understand Global Climate Change. The Michigan Botanist, Vol. 46.3:93.
  • Cushing, J. M., S. M. Henson, and L. I. Roeger. 2007. Coexistence of competing juvenile-adult structured populations. Journal of Biological Dynamics, 1:201-231.
  • Henson, S. M., B. Dennis, J. L. Hayward, J. M. Cushing, and J. G. Galusha. 2007. Predicting the dynamics of animal behaviour in field populations. Animal Behaviour, 74:103-110.
  • Henson, S. M., J. G. Galusha, J. L. Hayward, and J. M. Cushing. 2007. Modeling territory attendance and preening behavior in a seabird colony as functions of environmental conditions. Journal of Biological Dynamics 1:95-107.
  • Kang, B., S. Han, R. Zdor, A. Anderson, M. Spenser, K. Yang, Y. Kim, M. Lee, B. Cho, and Y. Kim. 2007. Inhibition of seed germination and induction of systemic disease resistance by Pseudomonas chlororaphis stain O6 requires phenazine production regulated by the global regulatory gacS gene. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 17:586-593.
  • McWilliams*, K. 2007. Book Review of Lomolino, Mark V., Riddle, Brett R., & Brown, James H. 2006. Biogeography 3rd ed. The Michigan Botanist, Vol. 46.3:94
  • Smith*, P. F., and D. W. Woodland. 2007. Forest Composition Study of the Great Lakes Coastal Forest at Warren Dunes State Park, Berrien County, Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 46: 33-62.
  • Woodland, D. W. 2007. Are Botanists Becoming the Dinosaurs of Biology in the 21st Century. South African Journal of Botany 73:343-346.

Oral Presentations

  • Atkins, G., J. Kilmer*, M. Scalfani*, B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2006. Modulation of syllable period-selective phonotaxis by neural processing in the prothoracic ganglion of female crickets Acheta domesticus. Proceedings of the Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meeting, University of Toronto, Canada August 8-11, 2007.
  • Goodwin, H.T., and T. Payne. 2007. Publication trends in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Mesa, Arizona.
  • Mbungu, D., L. Burton, and J. Stout. 2007. Assessing Factors That Contribute to the Unusual Success of the Ethnically Diverse Biology Majors at Andrews University. In "University of Illinois, Chicago (UIC) ASCEND STEM meeting", September 28, 2007.
  • Stout, J., L. Samuel, B. Navia, G. Atkins. 2006. Placticity of the phontactic selectiveness of four species of chirping crickets (Gryllidae): Implications for call recognition. Proceedings of the Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meeting, University of Toronto, Canada August 8-11, 2007.
  • Stout, J. F., D. N. Mbungu, L. D. Burton, and K. G. Bailey. 2007. Testing a Model for Promoting Student Success in STEM: Biology and Behavioral Neuroscience at Andrews University. In "Building Community. STEP Grantees Meeting", National Science Foundation, Washington D.C., March 21-23.

2006


Abstracts

  • Atkins, G., J. Kilmer*, M. Scalfani*, B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2006. Modulation of syllable period-selective phonotaxis by neural processing in the prothoracic ganglion of female crickets Acheta domesticus. Proceedings of the Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meeting, p. 10.
  • Janssen*, J., and J. Hayward. 2006. Effects of heat on avian dinosaur eggshell fragments. Abstracts of Papers, Sixty-sixth Annual Meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26:81A.
  • Stout, J., L. Samuel*, B. Navia*, and G. Atkins. 2006. Plasticity of the phonotactic selectiveness of four species of chirping crickets Gryllidae: Implications for call recognition. Proceedings of the Invertebrate Sound and Vibration Meeting, p. 36.

Poster Presentations

  • Armstrong*, C., M. Choi*, and R. Zdor. 2006. Detection and analysis of HCN synthase DNA in the rhizosphere of velvetleaf. Post presented at APS-CPS-MSA Joint Annual Meetings July 29-Aug. 2, AP-555.
  • Atkins G, J. Kilmer*, M. Scalfani*, and J. Stout. 2006. Modulating the plasticity of syllable period selective phonotaxis of female crickets Acheta domesticus: Juvenile Hormone, Picrotoxin and photoinactivation of the ON1 interneurons. Program No. 579.1 Neuroscience meeting planner, Atlanta, GA. Society for Neuroscience Online.
  • Scalfani*, M., and G. Atkins. 2006. Effects of picrotoxin on phonotactic selectivity in cricket Acheta domesticus. Michigan Academy of Science Arts and Letters, Oakland University March 2006.
  • Stout, J., M. Scalfani*, E. Tubillara*, J. Kilmer*, and G. Atkins. 2006. Plasticity of phonotactic selectivity by three species of crickets: effects of neurochemicals and implications for neuronal processing. Program No. 579.2 Neuroscience meeting planner, Atlanta, GA. Society for Neuroscience Online.
  • Zdor, R. 2006. Detection and analysis of HCN synthase DNA in the rhizosphere of velvetleaf. American Phytopathological Society, Canadian Phytopathological Society, Mycological Society of American Joint Annual Meeting. July 2006.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Goodwin, H. T., and E. M. Ryckman*. 2006. Lower incisors of prairie dogs (Cynomys) as biorecorders of hibernation and season of death. Journal of Mammalogy, 87:1002-1012.
  • Henson, S. M., J. L. Hayward, and S. P. Damania*. 2006. Identifying environmental determinants of diurnal distribution in marine birds and mammals. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 68:467-482.
  • Mbungu, D. 2006. Why the Butterflies? In "Living Free" by Lifestyle Matters.  Publications, Hamblin Company, Tecumseh, Michigan. p.356.
  • Smith*, P. F., and D. W. Woodland 2006. Vascular Plant Study of Warren Dunes State Park, Berrien County Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 45:1-58.

Oral Presentations

  • Hayward, J., and S. Henson. 2006. Mathematical models predict loafing dynamics in gulls. Abstract. Ecological Modeling III Session, 91st Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America, Memphis, TN, August 9.
  • Hayward, J. L., and S. M. Henson. 2006. Predicting the behavior of seabirds using compartmental models. Abstract 1014-92-521, AMS-MAA-SIAM Special Session on Recent Advances in Mathematical Biology and Epidemiology, 112th Annual Meeting, American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, TX.
  • Henson, S. M., and J. L. Hayward. 2006. Discrete-time model of diurnal seabird distribution with environmental forcing. Abstract 1014-92-484, AMS Special Session on Nonautonomous Discrete Dynamics, 112th Annual Meeting, American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, TX.
  • Stout, J., K. G. Bailey, and D. Mbungu. 2006. Testing a Model for Attracting Students Into STEM: Behavioral Neuroscience at Andrews University. In "Building Community, STEP Grantees Meeting", National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. April 20-21.

2005



Abstracts

  • Atkins, G., B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2005. Plasicity in syllable period selective excitation and syllable period selective inhibition results in selective responses of the L3 auditory neuron in the cricket Acheta domesticus and correlates with phonotactic plasticity Program No. 1003.13. Abstract Viwer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005.
  • Chobotar, B. 2005. Ponazuril inhibits the development of Eimeria vermiformis in experimentally infected outbred Swiss mice. Parasitology Research 95:172-178.
  • Mbungu, D.N., D.J. Patton*, J.F. Stout, and G. Atkins. 2005. Responses of a pair of auditory interneurons of female crickets are influenced by second messenger cascades: possible involvement in phonotaxis. Program No. 1003.17. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005.
  • Stout, J.F, B. Navia*, L. Samuel*, E. Dashner*, M. Chung*, M. Chacon*, J. Wilson*, L. Hartwig*, and G. Atkins. 2005. Plasticity in the selective phonotaxis of five species of crickets: implications for neuronal recognition mechanisms. Program No. 1003.14. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005.
  • Stout, J. F., B. Navia, L. Samuel, E. Dashner, M. Chung, M. Chacon, J. Wilson, L. Hartwig, and G. Atkins. 2005. Plasticity in the Selective Phonotaxis of Five Species of Crickets: Implications for Neuronal Recognition Mechanisms. Program No. 1003.14.2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.

Poster Presentations

  • Atkins, G., B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2005. Plasicity in syllable period selective excitation and syllable period selective inhibition results in selective responses of the L3 auditory neuron in the cricket Acheta domesticus and correlates with phonotactic plasticity Program No. 1003.13. Abstract Viwer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005.
  • Stout, J.F, B. Navia*, L. Samuel*, E. Dashner*, M. Chung*, M. Chacon*, J. Wilson*, L. Hartwig*, and G. Atkins. 2005. Plasticity in the selective phonotaxis of five species of crickets: implications for neuronal recognition mechanisms. Program No. 1003.14. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005.
  • Stout, J. F., B. Navia, L. Samuel, E. Dashner, M. Chung, M. Chacon, J. Wilson, L. Hartwig, and G. Atkins. 2005. Plasticity in the Selective Phonotaxis of Five Species of Crickets: Implications for Neuronal Recognition Mechanisms. Program No. 1003.14.2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.

Refereed Journal Articles


  • Damania*, S. P., K. W. Phillips*, S. M. Henson, and J. L. Hayward 2005. Habitat patch occupancy dynamics in Glaucous-winged Gulls (Larus glaucescens) II: A continuous-time model. Natural Resource Modeling 18:441-468.
  • Goodwin, H. T., G. R. Michener, D. Gonzalez*, and C. E. Rinaldi. 2005. Hibernation is recorded in lower incisors of Recent and fossil ground squirrels (Spermophilus). Journal of Mammalogy 86:323-332.
  • Gurley*, H., and R. Zdor. 2005. Differential Rhizosphere Establishment and Cyanide Production by Alginate-Formulated Weed Deleterious Rhizobacteria. Current Microbiology 50:167-171. Published online March 23, 2005.
  • Hayward, J. L., S. M. Henson, C. J. Logan*, C. R. Parris*, M. W. Meyer*, and B. Dennis. 2005. Predicting numbers of hauled-out harbour seals: a mathematical model. Journal of Applied Ecology 42:108-117.
  • Jeffery*, J., B. Navia*, G. Atkins, and J. Stout. 2005. Selective processing of calling songs by auditory interneurons in the female cricket Gryllus pennsylvanicus: Possible roles in behavior. J. Experimental Zoology 303A:377-392.
  • Phillips*, K. W., S. P. Damania*, J. L. Hayward, S. M. Henson., and C. J. Logan*. 2005. Habitat patch occupancy dynamics in Glaucous-winged Gulls (Larus glaucescens) I: A discrete-time model. Natural Resource Modeling 18:469-498.
  • Smith, P. F., and D. W. Woodland. 2005. A Guide to References for Curators of Small Herbaria. The Michigan Botanist. 44: 169-177.
  • Woodland, D. W., and D. K. Chaddock. 2005. The Big Trees and Shrubs of Michigan. 44. Sassafras albidum (Nutt.) Nees Common Sassafras. Michigan Botanist 44: 75-77.
  • Woodland, D. W., and P. F. Smith*. 2005. A guide to references for Curators of Small Herbaria. Michigan Botanist 44:169-177.
  • Woodland, D. W., and L. Steil. 2005. The Big Trees and Shrubs of Michigan. 43. Magnolia X soulangeana Soulange-Bodin Saucer Magnolia. Michigan Botanist 44: 9-11.
  • Zdor, R., C. Alexander*, and R. Kremer. 2005. Weed suppression by deleterious rhizobacteria is affected by formulation and soil properties. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 36:1289-1299.

2004


Abstracts

  • Atkins, G., B. Navia*, J. Wilson* and J. Stout. 2004. Possible neural mechanisms in the prothoracic ganglion of the cricket Acheta domesticus that may account for the plasticity of syllable period-selective phonotaxis. Program No. 555.13. 2004 Abstract Viewer. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
  • Atkins, G., J. Wilson*, B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2004. Plasticity of syllable period-selective phonotaxis in the cricket Acheta domesticus and possible neural mechanisms in the prothoracic ganglion. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroethology. Abstract PO10.
  • Stout, J., L. Samuel*, J. Jeffery*, and G. Atkins. 2004. The plasticity of the AN2 neuron's syllable period-selective responses to model calling songs in the cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus: Roles in selective phonotaxis. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroethology. Abstract PO11.

Poster Presentations

  • Atkins, G., B. Navia*, J. Wilson* and J. Stout. 2004. Possible neural mechanisms in the prothoracic ganglion of the cricket Acheta domesticus that may account for the plasticity of syllable period-selective phonotaxis. Program No. 555.13. 2004 Abstract Viewer. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
  • Atkins, G., J. Wilson*, B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2004. Plasticity of syllable period-selective phonotaxis in the cricket Acheta domesticus and possible neural mechanisms in the prothoracic ganglion. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroethology. Abstract PO10.
  • Stout, J., L. Samuel*, J. Jeffery*, and G. Atkins. 2004. The plasticity of the AN2 neuron's syllable period-selective responses to model calling songs in the cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus: Roles in selective phonotaxis. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroethology. Abstract PO11.
  • Zdor, R. 2004. Electron microscopy studies of velvetleaf and corn root colonization by a weed deleterious rhizobacterium. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting. July 2004. Abstract published in Phytopathology 94:S31.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Barnosky, A. D., C. J. Bell, S. D. Emslie, H. T. Goodwin, J. I. Mead, C. A. Repenning, E. Scott, and A. B. Shabel. 2004. Exceptional record of mid-Pleistocene vertebrates helps differentiate climatic from anthropogenic ecosystem perturbations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101:9297-9302.
  • Clayburn*, J. K., D. L. Smith*, and J. L. Hayward. 2004. Taphonomic effects of pH and temperature on extant avian dinosaur eggshell. Palaios 19:170-177.
  • Goodwin, H. T. Systematics and faunal dynamics of fossil squirrels (Rodentia, Sciuridae) from Porcupine Cave, Park County, Colorado. Pp. 172-192, in: Biodiversity response to climate change in the middle Pleistocene (A. D. Barnosky, ed.). University of California Press, Berkeley.
  • Hayward, J. L., and J. K. Clayburn*. 2004. Do Rhinoceros Auklet, Cerorhinca monocerata, fledglings fly to the sea from their natal burrows? The Canadian Field-Naturalist 118:615-617.
  • Hayward, J. L., S. M. Henson, S. P. Damania*, K. W. Phillips*, and J. G. Galusha. 2004. Using models to understand animal ecology in marine systems. Walla Walla College Marine Station Seminar, Anacortes, Washington, 21 July.
  • Henson, S. M, J. L. Hayward, C. M. Burden*, C. J. Logan* and J. G. Galusha. 2004. Predicting dynamics of aggregate loafing behavior in glaucous-winged gulls (Larus glaucescens) at a Washington colony. Auk 121:380-390.
  • Henson, S. M., and J. L. Hayward. 2004. Diurnal spatial dynamics of marine birds and mammals. Special Session on Mathematics in Natural Resource Modeling, Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Phoenix, Arizona, 7 January. Invited paper.
  • Schafer*, A. R., H. T. Goodwin, L. R. Brand, and H. M. Moon*. Taphonomy of microfossils from the Black Mountain Turtle Layer, Eocene Bridger Formation, southwestern Wyoming. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Denver, Colorado.

2003


Abstracts

  • Atkins, G., B. Navia*, M. Sickler*, and J. Stout. 2003. Short Term Changes in Calling Song Recognition of Crickets and its Underlying Neuronal Processing: Pharmacological Evaluation. Proceedings of the 5th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Soc. Abstract 294, p. 400-401.
  • Stout, J., J. Jeffery*, L. Hartwig, M. Mapoma*, and Atkins G. 2003. Processing by prothoracic auditory interneurons - a basis for changes in calling song responsiveness of female crickets: A comparison of three species. 5th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Soc. Abstract 296, p.400-402.
  • Stout, J., J. Jeffery*, E. Dashner*, M. Johnson*, M. Chung*, and G. Atkins. 2003. Short term changes in calling song recognition of crickets and its underlying neuronal processing: A comparison of three cricket species. 5th Meeting of the German Neuroscience. Abstract 295, p. 401-402.
  • Stout, J. 2003. Juvenile hormone III influences phonotactic behvior by female crickets through regulation of the response properties of identified auditory interneurons. Invited paper - Proceedings of the 29th meeting of the Goettingen Neurobiology Conference and the German Neuroscience Socity. Symposium 2 - Abstract 10, p. 131-132.

Poster Presentations

  • Atkins, G., B. Navia*, M. Sickler*, and J. Stout. 2003. Short Term Changes in Calling Song Recognition of Crickets and its Underlying Neuronal Processing: Pharmacological Evaluation. Proceedings of the 5th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Soc.
  • Stout, J., J. Jeffery*, L. Hartwig, M. Mapoma*, and Atkins G. 2003. Processing by prothoracic auditory interneurons - a basis for changes in calling song responsiveness of female crickets: A comparison of three species. 5th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Soc.
  • Stout, J., J. Jeffery*, E. Dashner*, M. Johnson*, M. Chung*, and G. Atkins. 2003. Short term changes in calling song recognition of crickets and its underlying neuronal processing: A comparison of three cricket species. 5th Meeting of the German Neuroscience.
  • Zdor, R. 2003. Deleterious rhizobacteria enhance the action of natural herbicidal products. American Society for Microbiology General Meeting. May 2003.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Bronsert*, M., H. Bingol*, G. Atkins, and J. Stout. 2003. Prolonged response to calling songs by the L3 auditory interneuron in female crickets (Acheta domesticus ): Possible roles in regulating phonotactic threshold and selectiveness for call carrier frequency. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 296A. p.72-85.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and E. Ryckman*. 2003. Hibernation is recorded in prairie dog incisors. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, St. Paul, Minnesota.
  • Hayward, J. L. 2003. Sexual aggression by a male northern elephant seal on harbor seal pups in Washington. Northwestern Naturalist 84:148-150.
  • Navia*, B., J. Stout, and G. Atkins. 2003. The prolonged response to calling songs by the L3 auditory interneuron in female crickets (Acheta domesticus): Intracellular evaluation. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 296A. p.63-71.
  • Roosenberg*, A., and H. T. Goodwin. Description and interpretation of the Prillwitz mammoth from southwestern Michigan. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, St. Paul, Minnesota.

2002


Abstracts


  • Atkins, G., and E. Dashner. 2002. Integration of Neuroscience Research into the Curriculum of a Specialized Math/Science Program for High School Students. Program No. 22.40.200 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2002. CD ROM.
  • Atkins, G., M. Sickler*, B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2002. Picrotoxin Influences Phonotactic Selectivity and the Response of the L3 Auditory Interneuron. Program No. 588.14 2002 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2002. CD ROM.

Poster Presentations

  • Atkins, G., M. Sickler*, B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2002. Picrotoxin Influences Phonotactic Selectivity and the Response of the L3 Auditory Interneuron. Program No. 588.14 2002 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2002. CD ROM.

Refereed Journal Articles


  • Galusha, J. G., and J. L. Hayward. 2002. Bald eagle activity at a gull colony and seal rookery on Protection Island. Northwestern Naturalist 83:23-25.
  • Goodwin, H. T. Spermophilus elegans (Rodentia, Sciuridae) from the middle Pleistocene of Colorado and the origin of the Spermophilus richardsonii group. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22:182-185.
  • Hayward, J. L. 2002. Common garter snake predation on ring-billed gull chicks in Washington. Northwestern Naturalist 83:25-26.
  • Martin, R. A., H. T. Goodwin, and J. O. Farlow. Rodents from the Late Cenozoic Pipe Creek Sinkhole, Grant County, Indiana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22:137-151.
  • Martin, R. A., J. G. Honey, P. Pelaeaz-Camponames, H. T. Goodwin, J. A. Baskin, and R. J. Zakrzewski. Late Blancan lagomorphs and rodents of the Deer Park assemblages, Meade County, Kansas. Journal of Paleontology, 76:1072-1090.
  • Stout, J., G. Atkins, M. Bronsert*, J. Hao*, and R. Walikonis*. 2002. Influence of Juvenile Hormone III on the development and plasticity of the responsiveness of female crickets to calling males through control of the response properties of identified auditory neurons. Hormones, Brain and Behavior. Vol. 3. (2002) pp. 167-193. Academic Press.
  • Stout, J., G. Atkins, R. Walikonis*, J. Hao*, and J. Henley*. 2002. Influence of Juvenile Hormone III on the development and plasticity of the responsiveness of female crickets to calling males through control of the response properties of identified auditory neurons. Hormones, Brain and Behavior (Pfaff, Arnold, Etgen, Fahrback, Ruben - eds.) Vol. 3, p. 167-193. Academic Press. San Diego, CA.
  • Woodland, D. W. and L. Steil. 2002. The Big Trees of Michigan. 32. Platanus occidentalis L. Michigan Botanist. 41:104-106.

2001


Abstracts

  • Atkins, G., H. Fang*, and J. Stout. 2001. Temporal filtering by a network of prothoracic auditory interneurons in female crickets: a cause for the loss and restoration of selective behavior. Proc. of the Sixth International Congress of Neuroethology. Abstract 6:95.
  • Atkins, G., B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2001. Temporal pattern encoding by auditory interneurons in female crickets: understanding the prothoracic network. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract 27:747.2.
  • Dashner, E., and G. Atkins. 2001. The effect of mating on the selectivity of female crickets. Michigan High School Math and Science Symposium 2:8.
  • Gonzalez*, D., and H. T. Goodwin. 2001. Preliminary taphonomic and life history interpretations of incremental dentin in middle Pleistocene Spermophilus elegans (Wyoming ground squirrel). Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and D. Gonzalez*. 2001. Hibernation in a Pleistocene ground squirrel (Spermophilus)? Current Research in the Pleistocene, 19:99-101.
  • Goodwin, H. T., D. Gonzalez*, C. E. Rinaldi, and G. R. Michener. 2001. A record of hibernation in lower incisors of middle Pleistocene and modern Spermophilus (ground squirrels). Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Jeffery*, J., J. Stout, and G. Atkins. 2001. The role of prothoracic interneurons in the recognition of the male's calling song by four species of female crickets. Society for Neuroscience Abs. 27:747.3.
  • Navia*, B., J. Stout, and G. Atkins. 2001. Temporal filtering by a network of prothoracic auditory interneurons in female crickets: a basis for recognition of the conspecific calling song. Proc. of the Sixth International Congress of Neuroethology Abstract 6:96.
  • Stout, J., J. Jeffery*, K. Snyder, M. Chung*, L. Gonzalez*, J. Horricks*, M. Mopoma*, and G. Atkins. 2001. Temporal filtering by a network of prothoracic auditory interneurons in female crickets: comparison of selectivity processing and selective behavior in five species. Proc. of the Sixth International Congress of Neuroethology. Abstract 6:94.

Poster Presentations

  • Atkins, G., H. Fang*, and J. Stout. 2001. Temporal filtering by a network of prothoracic auditory interneurons in female crickets: a cause for the loss and restoration of selective behavior. Proc. of the Sixth International Congress of Neuroethology.
  • Atkins, G., B. Navia*, and J. Stout. 2001. Temporal pattern encoding by auditory interneurons in female crickets: understanding the prothoracic network. Society for Neuroscience.
  • Gonzalez*, D., and H. T. Goodwin. 2001. Preliminary taphonomic and life history interpretations of incremental dentin in middle Pleistocene Spermophilus elegans (Wyoming ground squirrel). Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Jeffery*, J., J. Stout, and G. Atkins. 2001. The role of prothoracic interneurons in the recognition of the male's calling song by four species of female crickets. Society for Neuroscience.
  • Navia*, B., J. Stout, and G. Atkins. 2001. Temporal filtering by a network of prothoracic auditory interneurons in female crickets: a basis for recognition of the conspecific calling song. Proc. of the Sixth International Congress of Neuroethology.
  • Stout, J., J. Jeffery*, K. Snyder, M. Chung*, L. Gonzalez*, J. Horricks*, M. Mopoma*, and G. Atkins. 2001. Temporal filtering by a network of prothoracic auditory interneurons in female crickets: comparison of selectivity processing and selective behavior in five species. Proc. of the Sixth International Congress of Neuroethology.
  • Zdor, R. 2001. Physiological Traits of Weed Growth-Suppressive Rhizobacteria. American Society of Agronomy Annual Meeting. Oct. 2001.
  • Zdor, R. 2001. Differential rhizosphere establishment and cyanide production by alginate-formulated weed deleterious rhizobacteria. American Society for Microbiology General Meeting. May 2001.

Refereed Journal Articles


  • Owen*, A., and R. Zdor. 2001. The effect of cyanogenic rhizobacteria on the growth of velevetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and corn (Zea mays) in autoclaved soil and the influence of supplemental glycine. Soil Biol. Biochem. 33: 801-809.

Oral Presentations

  • Dashner, E., and G. Atkins. 2001. The effect of mating on the selectivity of female crickets. Michigan High School Math and Science.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and D. Gonzalez*. 2001. Hibernation in a Pleistocene ground squirrel (Spermophilus)? Current Research in the Pleistocene, 19:99-101.
  • Goodwin, H. T., D. Gonzalez*, C. E. Rinaldi, and G. R. Michener. 2001. A record of hibernation in lower incisors of middle Pleistocene and modern Spermophilus (ground squirrels). Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Bozeman, Montana.

2000


Abstracts

  •  Brand, L. R., H. T. Goodwin, P. D. Ambrose, H. P. Buchheim. 2000. Taphonomy of turtles in the middle Eocene Bridger Formation, SW Wyoming. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 162:171-189.
  • Buchheim, H. P., L. R. Brand, and H. T. Goodwin. 2000. Deposition of a lacustrine to fluvial floodplain lithofacies association in the Eocene Bridger Formation. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 162:191-209.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 2000. Status and relationship of Irvingtonian Spermophilus cf. S. elegans (Rodentia, Sciuridae) from Porcupine Cave, Park Co., Colorado. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Jefferey*, J., M. Mapoma*, M. Sickler*, L. Mashaud*, K. Snyder, G. Atkins,  and J. Stout. 2000. Transformational encoding of two behaviorally significant features of the male's calling song by a single, first order interneuron in female crickets. Society for Neuroscience Abstract 26:368.19.
  • Klein*, Y.L., and D.A. Steen. 2000. Factors Affecting Induction of Somatic Embryogenesis in Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti). In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. March. 36:69A.
  • Navia*, B., G. Atkins, H. Fang*, R. Rawson*, and J. Stout. 2000. Evaluation of inhibitory inputs onto the L3 auditory interneuron in the cricket and their role in syllable period selective phonotaxis. Society for Neuroscience Abstract 26:987.
  • Woodland, D. W. 2000. Contemporary Plant Systematics, 3rd ed. Andrews University Press, Berrien Springs, MI 570 pp.

Poster Presentations

  • Goodwin, H. T. 2000. Status and relationship of Irvingtonian Spermophilus cf. S. elegans (Rodentia, Sciuridae) from Porcupine Cave, Park Co., Colorado. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Hayward, J. L., and D. W. Woodland. 2000. Plant diversity and ecology of Protection Island, Washington. Abstract. Botany 2000, Annual meeting of the Botanical Society of America, 6-10 August 2000, Portland, Oregon.
  • Jefferey*, J., M. Mapoma*, M. Sickler*, L. Mashaud*, K. Snyder, G. Atkins,  and J. Stout. 2000. Transformational encoding of two behaviorally significant features of the male's calling song by a single, first order interneuron in female crickets. Society for Neuroscience.
  • Navia*, B., G. Atkins, H. Fang*, R. Rawson*, and J. Stout. 2000. Evaluation of inhibitory inputs onto the L3 auditory interneuron in the cricket and their role in syllable period selective phonotaxis. Society for Neuroscience Abstract 26:987.
  • Zdor, R. 2000. The effect of cyanogenic rhizobacteria on soil cyanide levels and the growth of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and corn. Weed Science Society of America General Meeting. Feb. 2000.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Banks, J. C., S. Fenton*, and J. L. Hayward. 2000. Skeletal development of an extant avian dinosaur. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20:28A.
  • Brand, L. R., H. T. Goodwin, P. D. Ambrose, and H. P. Buchheim. 2000.
  • Hayward, J. L., D. K. Zelenitzsky*, D. L. Smith*, D. Zaft*, and J. K. Clayburn. 2000. Eggshell taphonomy at modern gull colonies and a dinosaur clutch site. Palaios 15:343-355.
  • Murray, M., and M.L. Greenberg. 2000. Expression of yeast INM1 encoding inositol monophosphatase is regulated by inositol, carbon source and growth stage and is decreased by lithium and valproate. Molecular Microbiology 36:651-661.

1999

  • Stout J, Bronsert M*, Atkins G. 1999. Neural plasticity in the postimaginal development and regulation of phonotactic responsiveness in the cricket Acheta domesticus: Behavioral plasticity. Proc. of the 1st Goettingen Conference of the German Neuroscience Society. p.144.
  • Atkins G, Ramseier J*, Stout J. 1999. Neural plasticity in the postimaginal development and regulation of phonotactic responsiveness in the cricket Acheta domesticus: Regulation of syllable period specific behavior. Proc. of the 1st Goettingen Conference of the German Neuroscience Society. p.145.
  • Bronsert M*, Navia B*, Bingol H*, Stout J, Atkins G. 1999. Neural plasticity in the postimaginal development and regulation of phonotactic responsiveness in the cricket Acheta domesticus: Regulation of phonotactic threshold and carrier frequency recognition. Proc. of the 1st Goettingen Conference of the German Neuroscience Society. p.146.
  • Navia B*, Stout J, Atkins G. 1999. Intracellular evaluation of the prolonged response of the L3 auditory interneuron of female cricket Acheta domesticus. Soc. for Neurosci Abstr. 25:249.2.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1999. Sciurid rodents from Porcupine Cave, Park Co., Colorado: Irvingtonian diversity and faunal dynamics. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Denver, Colorado.
  • Zdor, Rob. 1999. Volatile metabolites from cyanogenic rhizobacteria inhibit the growth of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and corn (Zea mays). American Society for Microbiology General Meeting (May 1999). (POSTER)*
  • Zdor, Rob. 1999. Culture media composition influences the antimicrobial effect of silver particles on human pathogenic bacteria. American Society for Microbiology General Meeting (May 1999). (POSTER)*

1998

  • Atkins G, Carlson N*, Bingol H*, Stout J. 1998. Syllable period-selective responses of the L3 auditory interneuron influence recognition of the cricket Acheta domesticus. Proc. of the 5th Int. Conf. Neuroethology 64.
  • Stout J, Bronsert M*, Bingol H*, Navia B*, Atkins G. 1998. The Prolonged response of the L3 neuron helps control the threshold for phonotaxis by female crickets (Acheta domesticus). Proc. of the 5th Int. Conf. Neuroethology 5:65
  • Atkins G , Bingol H*, Navia B*, Bennett D*, Bailey D*, Stout J. 1998. Two temporally and spectrally distinct auditory responses by the L3 neuron necessary for phonotaxis by female crickets. Soc Neurosci Abstr 24:77.14.
  • Bronsert M*, Stout J, Atkins G. 1998. A possible behavioral role for the prolonged response of L3 in the phonotactic threshold of female crickets (Acheata domesticus). Soc Neurosci Abstr 24:77.15.
  • Schito, M.L., Bill Chobotar and J.R. Barta. 1998. Cellular dynamics and cytokine responses in BALB/c mice infected with Eimeria papillata during primary and secondary infections. J. Parasitol. 84:328-337.
  • Schito, M.L., Bill Chobotar and J.R. Barta. 1998. Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I and II deficient knockout mice are resistant to primary but susceptible to secondary Eimeria papillata infections. Parasitol. Res. 84:394-398.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1998. Supernumerary teeth in Pleistocene, Recent, and hybrid individuals of the Spermophilus richardsonii complex (Sciuridae). Journal of Mammalogy, 79:1161-1169.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1998. The Creation/Evolution Controversy: An Annotated Bibliography). Scarecrow Press, Lanham, Maryland, and Salem Press, Pasadena, California. 253 p. (Listed by Choice as an Outstanding Academic Title, 1999.)
  • Dickson, K. M.*, and J. L. Hayward. 1998. Experimental eggshell taphonomy in a controlled fluvial environment. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18 (Supplement to Number 3): 38A.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1998. Eggshell taphonomy: A preliminary taphonomic model. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18:49A.
  • Bujak, O. M.*, H. T. Goodwin, and E. S. LaBianca*. 1998. Exploring bias in and estimating probabilities of observed ancestral frequencies: a simulation study. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Snowbird, Utah.
  • Stout, J., J. Hao*, P. Kim*, D. Mbungu, M. Bronsert, S. Slikkers*, J. Maier*, D. Kim*, K. Bacchus* and G. Atkins. 1998. Regulation of the phonotactic threshold of the female cricket, Acheta domesticus: juvenile hormone III, allatectomy, L1 auditory neuron thresholds and environmental factors. J. Comp. Physiol. 182:635-645.
  • Stout, J., J. Hao*, P. Coburn*, T. Standish, C. Heinrich*, and G. Atkins. 1998. Correlation of nicotinic receptor-like mRNA expression with excitatory input into the behaviorally important L1 and L3 auditory interneurons of the cricket, Acheta domesticus. J. Experimental Zool. 281:109-123.

1997

  • Hayward, J. L., S. D. Folsom*, D. Elmendorf, A. Tambrini*, and D. Cowles. 1997. Experiments on the taphonomy of amniote eggs in marine environments. Palaios 12:482-488.
  • Hayward, J. L., D. K. Zelenitsky*, D. L. Smith*, D. M. Zaft*, and J. K. Clayburn*. 1997. Dispersion patterns of eggshell fragments and other debris around modern gull nests and a fossilized dinosaur nest. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17 (Supplement to Number 3): 51A.
  • Hayward, J. L., D. K. Zelenitsky*, D. L. Smith*, D. M. Zaft*, and J. K. Clayburn*. 1997. Dispersion patterns of eggshell fragments and other debris around modern gull nests and a fossilized dinosaur nest. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17 (Supplement to Number 3): 51A.
  • Clayburn, J. K.*, and J. L. Hayward. 1997. Taphonomic effects of pH and temperature on amniote eggshell. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17 (Supplement to Number 3): 39A.
  • Owen, A. W.*, and J. L. Hayward. 1997. Orientation and dispersion of eggshell fragments in a fluvial environment. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17 (Supplement to Number 3): 68A.
  • Smith, D. L.*, and J. L. Hayward. 1997. Bacterial degradation of avian eggshell: Implications for dinosaur eggshell preservation. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17 (Supplement to Number 3): 77A.
  • Sorensen, K. C.* and J. L. Hayward. 1997. Wind tunnel experiments on the orientation and transport of eggshell fragments. Abstract. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 17 (Supplement to Number 3): 78A.
  • Murray, M. and Greenverg, M.L. 1997. Regulation of Inositol Monophosphatase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Molecular Microbiology 25(3):541-546.
  • Murray, M. and Greengerg, M.L. 1997. Regulation of Inositol Monophosphatase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. FASEB Journal Abstracts 11(9):2033, A1205p.
  • Stout, J., M. Bronsert*, J. Staddon* and G. Atkins. 1997. Evaluation of hormonal control of phonotaxis by female crickets through regulation of gene expression in identified auditory neurons. Proceedings of the Antisense Oligonucleotide Gene Knockout in the Nervous System meetings. University of Oxford.
  • Stiedl, O., A. Stumpner, D. Mbungu, G. Atkins and J. Stout. 1997. Information processing of prothoracic auditory interneurons in the cricket, Acheta domesticus. J. Experimental Zool. 279:43-53.
  • Stout, J., N. Carlson*, H. Bingol*, J. Ramseier and G. Atkins. 1997. The L3 neuron and an associated prothoracic network are involved with calling song recognition by female crickets. Invertebrate Neuroscience. 3:145-153.
  • Woodland, D. W. and J. M. Gauthier. 1997. Instructors Manual (for Raven, Berg, and Johnson Environment, 2nd ed.) Saunders College Publ., NY. 275 pp.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1997. Contemporary Plant Systematics, 2nd ed. Andrews University Press, Berrien Springs, MI 610 pp.
  • Zdor, Rob. 1997. Biochemical and molecular characterization of plant-associated Pseudomonas aureofaciens isolates. American Society for Microbiology General Meeting (May 1997). (POSTER)*
  • Zdor, Rob. 1997. Populations of cyanogenic rhizobacteria in Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and their effect on velvetleaf growth. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting (August 1997). Abstract published in Phytopathology 87:S108. (POSTER)

1996

  • Atkins G, Ramseier J*, Stout J (1996) Roles of ON1 and L3 in the syllable period selective phonotaxis of Acheta domesticus. International meeting of Insect Sound and Vibration 10:4
  • Atkins G, Bingol H*, Kim D*, Carlson N*, Stout J. 1996. Effects of unnatural calling songs on phonotaxis and an auditory interneuron in the cricket. Soc Neurosci Abstra 22:452.10.
  • Schito, M.L., J.R. Barta and Bill Chobotar. 1996. Comparison of four murine Eimeria species in immunocompetent and immunodeficient mice. J. Parasitol. 82:255-262.
  • Steen, David A., Sharon Heaney*, Elwood B. Ehrle, and Paul W. Thompson. 1996. The Big Trees of Michigan #13. Quercus macrocarpa L. Michigan Botanist. 35(1):26-28.
  • Stout J, Ramseier J*, Atkins G. 1996. Calling song recognition, phonotactic orientation and prothoracic processing in crickets. Proc. 10th Int. Meeting - Insect Sound and Vibration. p.50.
  • Stout J, Bronsert M*, Hao J*, Mbungu D, Standish T, Atkins G. 1996. Hormonal and external effects on phonotactic and neuronal thresholds of female crickets. Soc for Neurosci Abstra 22:452.11.
  • Atkins, G., J. Ramseier* and J. Stout. 1996. Roles on ON1 and L3 in the syllable period selective phonotaxis of Acheta domesticus. Proc. 10th Int. Meeting - Insect Sound and Vibration.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and L. K. Miyashiro*. 1996. Dental variation in Spermophilus tridecemlineatus: Models for identification and interpretation of fragmentary fossils. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, New York City, New York.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1996. Environmental Stewardship. Lake Union Herald. Dec. pp. 12, 13.

1995

  • Atkins G (1995) Using "Neural Communications" (Opal Module) software to teach about the cellular basis of brain function to advanced science students. National conference of the National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools 10:9
  • Atkins G and Adkin S (1995) The Berrien County Math and Science Center at Andrews University: A University and Local High Schools Consortium Model. J. of NCSSSMT 1:9-15
  • Atkins G, Ramseier J*, Bingol H*, Stout J (1995) A model for band-selective responses in an auditory interneuron in the cricket. Soc Neurosci Abstr 21:457
  • Atkins G, Ramseier J*, Stout J (1995) Band-selective responses of an ascending auditory interneuron in the prothoracic ganglion of the cricket: Evaluation of a model. Nervous Systems and Behavior (eds: Burrows M, Matheson T, Newland P, Schuppe H) GT Verlag, Stuttgart, p.374
  • Mattig, F.R., Bill Chobotar and R. Entzeroth. 1995. Light and electron microscopy study of the first-generation development of Eimeria papillata Apicomplexa: Eimeriidea in polarized MDKC-cells in vitro. Archiv Protistenk. 146:59-67.
  • Steen, David A., Sharon Heaney*, Elwood B. Ehrle, and Paul W. Thompson. 1995. The Big Trees of Michigan #11. Fraxinus pennsylvanica L. Michigan Botanist. 34(4):144-146.
  • Steen, David A., Sharon Heaney*, Elwood B. Ehrle, and Paul W. Thompson. 1995. The Big Trees of Michigan #12. Morus rubra L. Michigan Botanist. 34(4):147-149.
  • Wiley, C.A.* and D.A. Steen. 1995. Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti): The effects of Thidiazuron on in vitro culture of seedlings and seedling-derived leaf and hypocotyl explants. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. March. 31 (3):58A.
  • Stumpner A, Atkins G, Stout J (1995) Processing of unilateral and bilateral auditory inputs by the ON1 and L1 interneurons of the cricket Acheta domesticus in comparison to interneurons of other cricket species. J Comp Physiol 176:1-10
  • Stout J, Hao J*, Kim D*, Kim P*, Slikkers S*, Atkins G (1995) Hormonal and neuronal regulation of changes in the phonotactic sensitivity of female crickets (Acheta domesticus). Soc Neurosci Abstr 21:457
  • Stout J, Hao J.*, Coburn P*, Bronsert M*, Atkins G (1995) Hormonal control of phonotaxis by female crickets through regulation of gene expression in identified auditory neurons. Nervous Systems and Behavior (eds: Burrows M, Matheson T, Newland P, Schuppe H) GT Verlag, Stuttgart, p.374
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1995. Systematic revision of fossil prairie dogs with descriptions of two new species. University of Kansas Museum of Natural History, Miscellaneous Publications, 86:1-38.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1995. Pliocene-Pleistocene biogeographic history of prairie dogs, genus Cynomys (Sciuridae). Journal of Mammalogy, 76:100-122.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1995. Paleontology, geography, and taxonomy of a developmental abnormality: supernumerary teeth in the Spermophilus richardsonii complex. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

1994

  • Chobotar, Bill and T.V. Beyer. 1994. Life cycles of parasite protozoa. Progress in Protozoology: Proceedings of the IX International Congress of Protozoology, Berlin 1993: P65-72.
  • Atkins G (1994) An introduction to video imaging and NIH-image for use in biology. National conference of the National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools 9:3A
  • Atkins G, Ramseier J*, Henley J*, Preddie D*, Stout J. 1994. Evaluation of the mechanism for the band-selective response of an ascending prothoracic auditory interneuron in the cricket, Acheta domesticus. Proc. 9th International Meeting on Insect Sound and Vibration. p.13.
  • Stout J, Kim D*, Kim P*, Riggs H*, Kim E* and Atkins G (1994) External influences on phonotactic sensitivity and selectiveness by female crickets (Acheta domesticus). International Meeting on Insect Sound and Vibration 9:82
  • Atkins G and Stout J (1994) A neurobiology course including laboratory and research experience as part of a program emphasizing undergraduate research. Soc. for Neuroscience Abstr. 24:209
  • Stout J and Atkins G (1994) Integration of neurobiology training and research into a zoology major. Soc. for Neuroscience Abstr. 24:209
  • Atkins G and Stout J (1994) Processing of song signals in the cricket and its hormonal control. Am Zool 34:655-669
  • Goodwin, H. T., and F. E. Hayes*. 1994. Morphologically derived ground squirrels from the Borchers Local Fauna, Meade County, Kansas, with a redescription of Spermophilus cragini. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 14:278-291.

1993

  • Danforth, H.D., R. Entzeroth and Bill Chobotar. 1993. Ultrastructural observations of host-cell invastion by sporozoites of Eimeria papillata in vivo. Parasitol. Res. 79:15-23.
  • Chobotar, Bill, H.D. Danforth, and R. Entzeroth. 1993. Parasite-Host-Cell Interactions of Eimeria papillata Sporozoites with Cultured Cells. Arch. Protistenkd. 143:353-360.
  • Chobotar, Bill and R. Entzeroth. 1993. Evidence of secretion of an internal antigen of Eimeria papillata into cultured cells. Arch. Protistenk. 143:347-351.
  • Atkins G (1993) Freshman research biology: A university partnership. National conference of the National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools 6:2F
  • Atkins G (1993) Cricket phonotaxis: Hormonal regulation by gene expression in identified auditory neurons. Annual meeting of Midwest Neurobiologists 16:S1
  • Atkins G, Kim Y*, Burghardt F*, Goliath J*, Steidle O, Ramseier J, Kim P, Coburn P, Hao J, Stout J (1993) Factors affecting the JHIII regulation of gene expression in auditory neurons during phontaxis in the cricket. Soc Neurosci Abstr19:166
  • Stiedle O, Mbungu D, Atkins G, Stout J (1993) Roles of the ON2 neuron in auditory processing in the cricket Acheta domesticus Soc Neurosci Abstr 19:167
  • Atkins G (1993) Ribozymes: Is the chicken and egg question still valid? BRISCO Proceedings p. 4
  • Hayward, J. L., J. G. Galusha, and G. Frias*. 1993. Analysis of great horned owl pellets with rhinoceros auklet remains. The Auk 110(1):133-135.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1993. Nesting ecology of ring-billed gulls at the Sprague Lake colony, Washington. Northwestern Naturalist 74(3):67-76.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1993. "A class of very large animals"--Changing views on the history of dinosaurs. 1993 Phi Kappa Phi Chapter Lectureship, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, 2 May.
  • Zhuang, S.* and D.A. Steen. 1993. Factors controlling callus induction and propagation in the Australian Stinging Tree (Dendrocnide moroides). In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. March. 29A(3):89A.
  • Stout, J., J. Hao*, G. Atkins, O. Stiedl, J. Ramsier*, P. Cobrurn*, V. Hayes*, J. Henley*, P. Kim*. 1993. JHIII regulates phonotaxis in crickets by controlling expression of nicotinic receptors in auditory interneurons. Insect Neurochem. and Neurophys. (M. Loeb, Ed.). p.54-57. CRC Press.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1993. Subgeneric identification and biostratigraphic utility of late Pleistocene prairie dogs (Cynomys, Sciuridae) from the Great Plains. The Southwestern Naturalist, 38:105-110.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1993. Patterns of dental variation and evolution in prairie dogs, genus Cynomys. Pp. 107-133, in: Morphological change in Quaternary mammals of North America (R. E. Martin and A. D. Barnosky, eds.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and J. K. Morgan. 1993. Evolutionary and biogeographic implications of ground squirrels from the mid-Blancan Taunton Local Fauna, south-central Washington. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Brand, L. R., H. T. Goodwin, and H. P. Buchheim. 1993. Density of turtles in three stratigraphic units of the Eocene Bridger Formation in Wyoming. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Woodland, D. W. and S. Heaney*. 1993. Test Item File. (for: Nebel and Wright, Environmental Science, 4th ed.) Prentice Hall Publ., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 247 pp.
  • Katsuwon, J., R. Zdor, and A. Anderson. 1993. Superoxide dismutase activity in root-colonizing pseudomonads. Can. J. Microbiol. 39:420-429.

1992

  • Atkins G, Henley J*, Handysides R*, Stout J. 1992. Evaluation of the behavioral roles of ascending auditory interneurons in calling song phonotaxis by the female cricket Acheta domesticus. J. Comp. Physiol. 170:362-372.
  • Kohne RE*, S. Atkins, J. Stout, and G. Atkins. 1992. Enhanced calling song syllable period discrimination during one-eared phonotaxis by the female cricket Acheta domestica. J Comp Physiol 170:357-362
  • Henley J*, Greenwood J*, Stout J, Atkins G (1992) Age-correlated changes and Juvenile Hormone III regulation of the age-related syllable period specific response properties of the L3 auditory interneurons in the cricket Acheta domesticus. J Comp Physiol 170:373-378.
  • Sugar, L., R. Entzeroth, and Bill Chobotar. 1992. Scanning and transmission electron microscopy of host cell pathology assoicated with penetration by Eimeria papillata sporozoites. Parasitol. Res. 78:570-573.
  • Stout J, V. Hayes*, D. Zacharias*, J. Henley*, A. Stumpner, G. Atkins. 1992. Juvenile hormone controls phonotactic responsiveness of female crickets by genetic regulation of the response properties of identified auditory interneuron. Insect Juvenile Hormone Research: Fundamental and Applied Approaches. (Mauchamp, Couillaud and Baehr, eds.). p.265-283. INRA, Paris.
  • Stout J, J. Hao*, F. Burghardt*, K. Bacchus*, J. Goliath* and G. Atkins. 1992. Evaluation of hormonal control of cricket phonotaxis by allatectomy and/or juvenile hormone addition. Proc. Eight International meeting on Insect Sound and Vibration. 8:69.
  • Schwab E, Stout J, Atkins G, Walikonis R*, Alano M*. 1992. Comparison of age-related changes in phonotactic behavior of male and female Acheta domesticus. Proc. 8th International meeting on Insect Sound and Vibration. 8:62.
  • Atkins G, Henley J*, Hayes V*. Hao J*, Zacharias D*, Stumpner A, Stout J (1992) Regulating phonotaxis through hormonal effects on auditory interneurons. International meeting on Insect Sound 8:62.
  • Atkins G, Hayes V*, Henley J*, Hao J*, Stumpner A, Zacharias D*, Stout J (1992) Molecular mechanisms of hormonal control of behavior. Presented at Chicago Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience.
  • Hao J*, Stout J, Burghardt F*, Bacchus K*, Goliath J*, Atkins G (1992) Evaluation of the control of cricket phonotaxis by juvenile hormone. Presented at the Chicago Chapter for the Society for Neuroscience.
  • Stout J, Zacharias D*, Hayes V*, Stumpner A, Hao J*, Coburn P*, Atkins G (1992) Molecular mechanisms for hormonal regulation of the auditory thresholds for both phonotaxis by crickets and their L1 auditory interneurons. International Congress of Neuroethology 3:334
  • Atkins G, Henley J*, Stumpner A, Hayes V*, Hao J*, Stout J (1992) Hormonal control of selectivity to syllable period in the cricket Acheta domesticus: behavior, neurons and molecules. International Congress of Neuroethology 3:333
  • Biaggi, R.*, and H. T. Goodwin. 1992. Palynological analysis of late Quaternary sediments from Kokoweef Cave in the eastern Mojave Desert. Mojave Desert Quaternary Research Symposium, Redlands, California.
  • Atkins, G., J. Henley*, R. Handyside R.* and J. Stout. 1992. Evaluation of the behavioral roles of ascending auditory interneurons in calling song phonotaxis by the female cricket Acheta domesticus. J. Comp. Physiol. 170:362-372.
  • Atkins, G., J. Henley*, V. Hayes*, J. Hao*, D. Zacharias*, A. Stumpner, J. Stout. 1992. Regulating phonotaxis through hormonal effects on auditory neurons. Proc. Eigth Internat. Meet. on Insect Sound and Vibration. 8:68.
  • Atkins, G., J. Henley*, A. Stumpner, V. Hayes, J. Hao* and J. Stout. 1992. Hormonal control of selectivity to syllable period in the cricket Acheta domesticus: behavior, neurons, molecules. Proc. Internat. Congress of Neuroethol. 3:334.
  • Duge, J., and J. L. Hayward. 1992. Sanctity of life and right to die. Continuing Medical Education Seminar, Andrews University, 24 April.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1992. Understanding Humpty Dumpty--The taphonomy of avian eggs. Poster paper. Third International Symposium of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Forschungsinstitut Natur-Museum Senckenberg, Frankfurt am Main, 23-25 June.
  • Hao, J.*, J. Stout, F. Burghardt*, K. Bacchus*, J. Goliath* and G. Atkins. 1992. Evaluation of the control of cricket phonotaxis by juvenile hormone. Chicago Chapter of Society for Neurosci.
  • Henley, J.*, J. Greenwood*, J. Stout, and G. Atkins. 1992. Age-correlated changes and Juvenile Hormone III regulation of the syllable period specific responses of the L3 auditory interneurons in the cricket, Acheta domesticus. J. Comp. Physiol. 170:373-378.
  • Kohne, R.*, S. Atkins, J. Stout, and G. Atkins. 1992. Enhanced calling song syllable period discrimination during one-eared phonotaxis by the female cricket Acheta domesticus. J. Comp. Physiol. 170:357-362.
  • Stout, J., J. Hao*, F. Burghardt*, K. Bacchus*, J. Goliath* and G. Atkins. 1992. Evaluation of hormonal control of cricket phonotyaxis by allatectomy and/or juvenile hormone addition. Proc. Eigth Internat. Meet. on Insect Sound and Vibration. 8:69.
  • Zdor, R. and A. Anderson. 1992. Influence of root colonizing bacteria on the defense responses of beans. Plant & Soil 140:99-107.

1991

  • Stout J, Atkins G, Zacharias D* (1991) Regulation of cricket phonotaxis through hormonal control of the threshold of an identified auditory neuron. J Comp Physiol 169:765-772
  • Stout J, Zacharias D*, Atkins G (1991) Possible roles for juvenile homone binding proteins in the regulation of cricket phonotactic behavior. Soc Neurosci Abstr 17:1243
  • Atkins G, Henley J*, Hayes V*, Stout J (1991) Expression of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in the auditory neurons of crickets - a possible role in the regulation of phonotaxis. Soc Neurosci Abstr 17:1244
  • Hayward, J. L., K. F. Hirsch, and T. C. Robertson*. 1991. Rapid dissolution of avian eggshells buried by Mount St. Helens ash. Palaios 6(2):174-178.
  • Hayward, J. L., and J. G. Galusha. 1991. Rhinoceros auklets--Staple diet of great horned owls on Protection Island, Washington. Poster paper. Annual Meeting of the Pacific Seabird Group, Monterey, California, 26 September.
  • Stout J, Hayes V*, Zacharias D*, Henley J*, Stumpner A, Atkins G (1991) Juvenile hormone controls phonotactic responsiveness of female crickets by genetic regulation of the response properties of identified auditory interneuron. International Symposium on Juvenile Hormone 5:12
  • Schwab, E. and J. Stout. 1991. Aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens. Part VII. The role of the intruder. Behaviour 117:161-181
  • Walikonis, R.*, D. Schoun, D. Zacharias*, J. Henley*, P. Coburn*, and J. Stout. 1991. Attractiveness of the male Acheta domesticus calling song to females. J. Comp. Physiol. 169:751-764.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and F. E. Hayes*. 1991. Advanced ground squirrels (subgenus Spermophilus) from the Plio-Pleistocene of Kansas with a redescription of S. cragini. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, San Diego, California.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and K. E. Austin*. 1991. Criteria for identification of small cricetid rodents in Late Quaternary sites of the Mojave Desert. Mojave Desert Quaternary Research Symposium, Redlands, California.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1991. Contemporary Plant Systematics. Prentice Hall Publ., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 582 pp.
  • Zdor, R. and S. Pueppke. 1991. Nodulation competitiveness of Tn5-induced mutants of Rhizobium fredii 208 that are altered in motility and extracellular polysaccharide production. Can. J. Microbiol. 37:52-58.
  • Zdor, Rob. 1991. Superoxide dismutase activity in root-colonizing pseudomonads. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting (August 1991). Abstract published in Phytopathology 81:1140. (ORAL)

1990

  • Atkins G, Henley J*, Stout J (1990) A neural correlate for control of syllable period selective phonotaxis in the cricket Acheta domestica by Juvenile Hormone III. Soc Neurosci Abstr 16:758
  • Atkins G, Henley J*, Kesler D*, Stout J (1990) The role of ON1 in calling song phonotaxis and ascending auditory neuron function in Acheta domestica as indicated by photoinactivation. Presented at Chicago Chapter of Soc. for Neurosci.
  • Entzeroth, R. and Bill Chobotar. 1990. Ultrastructure of Sarcocystis sibirica from the Siberian Roe deer, Capreolus pygargus. Parasitol. Hung. 23:13-17.
  • Turon, J.* and D. Steen. 1990. Comparison of Growth Requirements and Growth Characteristics of Protoplasts Isolated from Cortical Cells of Etiolated and Deetiolated Pea Stem Sections. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. March. 26(3):76A.
  • Henley J, Greenwood J*, Stout J, Atkins G (1990) L3 as a neural correlate for control of syllable period selective phonotaxis in the cricket Acheta domestica by juvenile hormone III. Presented at Chicago Chapter of Soc. for Neurosci.
  • Stout J, Zacharias D*, Rochette V*, Atkins G (1990) Regulation of phonotaxis by female crickets through Juvenile Hormone III control of an identified auditory interneuron. Soc Neurosci Abstr 16:758
  • Atkins, G., J. Henley*, and J. Stout. 1990. Evaluation by photoinactivation of the roles of ON1 and ON2 in calling song phonotaxis and ascending auditory neuron function in Acheta domestica. Proceedings of the Seventh International Meeting on Insect Sound and Vibration 7:5
  • Stout, J., D. Zacharias*, V. Rochette*, and G. Atkins. 1990. Regulation of phonotaxis by female crickets through juvenile hormone III control of an identified auditory interneurons. Proceedings of the Seventh International Meeting on Insect Sound and Vibration 7:49.
  • Zacharias D*, Stout J, Atkins G (1990) Phonotaxis by female crickets is regulated through juvenile hormone III control of an identified auditory interneuron, L1. Presented at Chicago Chapter of Soc. for Neurosci.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1990. A large white-tailed prairie dog, Cynomys (Leucocrossuromys), from the Pleistocene of Kansas. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 7:107-109.
  • Zdor, R. and S. Pueppke. 1990. Competition for nodulation of soybean by Bradyrhizobium japonicum 123 and 138 in soil containing indigenous rhizobia. Soil Biol. Biochem. 22:607-613.

1989

  • Chobotar, Bill. 1989. A scanning electron microscope study of the colon of the mouse (Mus musculus) infected with Eimeria ferrisi (Protozoa, Apicomplexa Coccidia). European Journal of Protistology. 24:119-124.
  • Shibley P.R., Bill Chobotar, and R. Entzeroth. 1989. A freeze-fracture study of the host-cell parasite interface during and after invasion of cultured cells by cystozoites of Sarcocystis muris. European Journal of Protistology. 24:89-99.
  • Atkins G, Atkins S*, Stout J (1989) Behavioral importance of three "L"-shaped auditory interneurons which co-exist in the prothoracic ganglion of the cricket Acheta domestica. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 15:1295
  • Atkins G, Atkins S*, Stout J (1989) Three "L"-shaped auditory interneurons co-exist in the prothoracic ganglion of the cricket Acheta domestica. In; Neural Mechanisms of Behavior (Eds. Erber J, Menzel R, Pfluger HJ, Todt D) Georg Thieme Stuttgart, New York p.78
  • Atkins G, Kohne R*, Stout J (1989) Behavioral changes in "one-eared" and "two-eared" crickets (Acheta domestica) after photoinactivation of identified prothoracic auditory interneurons. In: Neural mechanisms of Behavior. (Eds. Erber J, Menzel R, Pfluger HJ, Todt D) Georg Thieme Stuttgart, New York p.77
  • Atkins S*, Atkins G, Rhodes M*, Stout JF (1989) Influence of syllable period on song encoding properties of an ascending auditory interneuron in the cricket Acheta domestica. J Comp Physiol 165:827-836
  • Hayward, J. L., C. J. Amlaner, and K. A. Young*. 1989. Turning eggs to fossils: A natural experiment in taphonomy. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 9(2):196-200.
  • Stout JF, Walikonis RW*, Atkins G (1989) JHIII influences the acoustic response of female crickets, possibly through direct effects on identified auditory neurons. International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science. p. 106
  • Stout J, Walikonis R*, Atkins G (1989) The influence of Age and JHIII levels on the sound processing characteristics of ascending auditory neurons in female crickets (Acheta domestica). In: Neural mechanisms of Behavior. (Eds. Erber J, Menzel R, Pfluger HJ, Todt D) Georg Thieme Stuttgart, New York p.75
  • Stout J, Walikonis R*, Atkins G (1989) The influence of Age and JHIII levels on the phonotactic response of female crickets (Acheta domestica). In: Neural mechanisms of Behavior. (Eds. Erber J, Menzel R, Pfluger HJ, Todt D) Georg Thieme Stuttgart, New York p.76
  • Goodwin, H. T., and R. E. Reynolds. 1989. Late Quaternary Sciuridae from Kokoweef Cave, San Bernardino County, California. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, 88:21-32.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1989. Marmota flaviventris from the central Mojave Desert of California: biogeographic implications. The Southwestern Naturalist, 34:284-287.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1989. Late Pleistocene small cricetids in the central Mojave Desert, California. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 6:65-66.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and R. E. Reynolds. 1989. Late Quaternary Sciuridae from low elevations in the Mojave Desert, California. The Southwestern Naturalist, 34:506-512.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1989. Late Pleistocene zoogeography of prairie dogs (Cynomys). Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Austin, Texas.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1989. Pleistocene white-tailed prairie dogs in Kansas: further evidence. Kansas Academy of Science, Fort Hays, Kansas.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1989. Biology of the Temperate Urticaceae. (in: Crane, P. and S. Blackmore eds. Evolution, Systematics, and Fossil History of the Hamamelidae. Vol. 2: Higher Hamamelidae.) Syst. Assoc. Spec. Vol. No. 40B, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1989. Botanical Gardens - Recreating the Garden of Eden and More. Focus. Spring. 13-16.
  • Zdor, Rob. 1989. Competition for nodulation of soybean by Bradyrhizobium japonicum 123 and 138 in Missouri soil. The Rhizosphere and Plant Growth Beltsville Symposium (May 1989).(POSTER)
  • Zdor, Rob. 1989. Nodulation competitiveness of Tn5-induced mutants of Rhizobium fredii 208 that are altered in motility and extracellular polysaccharide production. 12th North American Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation Conference (August 1989). (ORAL)

1988

  • Atkins G, Chiba A*, Atkins S*, Stout J (1988) Low-pass filtering of sound signals by a high frequency brain neuron and its input in the cricket Acheta domestica L. J Comp Physiol 164:269-276
  • Stout, J., C. DeHaan, J. Hall* and M. Rhodes*. 1988. Processing of calling songs by an L-shaped neuron in the prothoracic ganglion of the female cricket, Acheta domesticus. Physiol. Entomol. 13:89-101.
  • Stout, J. and R. McGhee. 1988. Attractiveness of the male Acheta domesticus calling song to females. II. The relative importance of syllable period, intensity and chirp rate. J. Comp. Physiol. 164:277-287.
  • Goodwin, H. T., and L. D. Martin. 1988. A new Blancan ground squirrel (Spermophilus) from the Lisco fauna of Nebraska. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada.
  • Goodwin, H. T. 1988. Late Quaternary sciurids from low elevations in the Mojave Desert. Kansas Academy of Science, Lawrence, Kansas.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1988. The gene manipulators: Reshaping life's future. Honors Symposium, The Society Andrews Scholars, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, 24 February.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1988. Avian taphonomy: A new window on the past. Second International Symposium of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, California, 28-30 September.
  • Woodland, D. W. and J. Ng. 1988. Commelina erecta (Day-flower) Rediscovered in Michigan. Mich. Bot. 27: 88.
  • Zdor, R. and S. Pueppke. 1988. Early infection and competition for nodulation of soybean by Bradyrhizobium japonicum 123 and 138. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 54:1996-2002.

1987

  • Atkins G, Chiba A, Stout JF (1987) Sensory filtering by auditory interneurons. International Meeting of Insect Sound and Vibration 6:32
  • Atkins G, Pollack GS (1987) Anatomical relationships of sound-sensitive interneurons tuned to low and high frequencies in the cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus. Canadian Society of Zoology Abstracts 26:52
  • Atkins G, Pollack GS (1987) Correlations between structure, topographic organization, and spectral sensitivity of prothoracic, interganglionic interneurons of the cricket. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 13:138
  • Atkins G, Pollack GS (1987) Correlations between structure, topographic arrangement and spectral sensitivity of sound-sensitive interneurons in crickets. J Comp Neurol 266:398-412
  • Atkins G, Pollack GS (1987) Response properties of prothoracic, interganglionic sound-activated interneurons in the cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus. J Comp Physiol 161:681-693
  • Stout JF, Atkins G, Weber T, Huber F (1987) The effect of visual input on calling song attractiveness for female Acheta domesticus. Physiol Entomol 12:135-140
  • Stout J, Weber T, Atkins G, Huber F (1987) The effect of visual input on calling song attractiveness for female Acheta domesticus. Physiol Entomol 12:135-140
  • Koudele, K., J. Stout and D. Reichert*. 1987. Factors which influence female cricket's (Acheta domesticus) phonotactic and sexual responsiveness to males. Physiol. Entomol. 12:67-80.
  • Atkins, G., S. Atkins, D. Schoun and J. Stout. 1987. Scototaxis and shape discrimination in the female cricket Acheta domesticus in an arena and on a compensatory treadmill. Physiol. Entomol. 12:125-133.
  • Weber T, Atkins G, Stout J, Huber F (1987) Female Acheta domesticus track acoustical and visual targets with different walking modes. Physiol Entomol 12;141-147
  • Stout, J. and A. Chiba. 1987. Sensory filtering by acoustic interneurons in crickets. Neuroscience 225:723.
  • Atkins, G., A. Chiba and J. Stout. 1987. Sensory filtering by acoustic interneurons in crickets. Proceedings of the 6th International Meeting on Insect Sound and Vibration 6:32.
  • Stout, J., R. Walikonis and D. Mbungu*. 1987. Phonotaxis of female Acheta domesticus to model courtship ticks. Proceedings of the 6th International Meeting on Insect Sound and Vibration 6:19.
  • Zdor, Rob. 1987. Early infection, nodulation rates and nodule occupancy by Bradyrhizobium japonicum 123 and 138 in soil-grown soybean. American Society of Plant Physiologists Annual Meeting (July 1987). Abstract published in Plant Physiology 83:137. (POSTER)
  • Zdor, Rob. 1987. Rhizobia inhibit the germination of Macrophomina phaseolina microsclerotia. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting (August 1987). Abstract published in Phytopathology 77:1758. (POSTER)

1986

  • Entzeroth, R., Bill Chobotar and E. Scholtyseck. 1986. Taxonomy, life cycles and nomenclature of Eimeriid coccidia. Insect Science and Its Applications 7:320-1.

1985

  • Danforth, H.D., Bill Chobotar, and R. Entzeroth. 1985. Sarcocystis crotali sp. n. with the Mojave rattlesnake (Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus) mouse (Mus musculus) cycle. Archiv fur Protistenk. 129:19-23.
  • Chobotar, Bill. 1985. Light and Electron microscope study of Sarcocystis sp. from the fallow deer (Cervus dama). Z. Parasitenk. 71:33-39.
  • Entzeroth R., Bill Chobotar, E. Scholtyseck and L. Nemeseri. 1985. Electron microscope study of gamogony of Sarcocystis muris (Protozoa, Apicomplexa) in the small intestine of cats (Felis catus) Protistoligica 21:399-408.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1985. Human diversity and potential. LEAD IV Seminar, Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council, Inc., Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Stout, J., F. Burghardt and G. Atkins. 1985. The characterization and possible importance for phonotaxis of "L"-shaped ascending acoustic interneurons in the cricket (Acheta domesticus). Acoustic and Vibrational Communication in Insects. (Kalmring and Elsner, eds.). p. 89-100. P. Parey, Hamburg.

1984

  • Atkins, G., S. Ligman, F. Burghardt* and J. Stout. 1984. Changes in phonotaxis by the female cricket Acheta domesticus L. after killing identified acoustic interneurons. J. Comp. Physiol. 154:795-804
  • Entzeroth, R., E. Scholtzseck and Bill Chobotar. 1984. Comparison of the fine structure of Sarcocystis cuniculi of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculi) and Sarcocystis leporum of the cottontail rabbit (Sylvilagus floridanus) by light and electron microscopy. Acta. Veterinar ia Acad. Sc. Hung. 32:71-78.
  • Elwasila, M., R. Entzeroth, Bill Chobotar and E. Scholtzseck. 1984. Cellular pathology in mouse embryonic brain cells following in vitro penetration by sporozoites of Eimeria papillata. Z. Parasitenk. 70:165-171.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1984. Fossil proboscidians and myths of giant men. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences 12:95-102.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1984. Fossil proboscidians and myths of giant men. Annual Meeting of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1984. Fossilization potential of gull nests and eggs. Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Eastern Washington University, Cheny, Washington.

1983

  • Chobotar, B., H. D. Danforth, R. Entzeroth, and E. Scholtyseck. 1983. Ultrastructure of a Sarcocystis species from the red squirrel (Tamiasciurus budsonicas) in Michigan. Protistologica 19:91-94.
  • Entzeroth, R., Bill Chobotar and E. Scholtyeck. 1983. Fine structure of a new species of Sarcocystis from the Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus). Z. Parasitenk. 69:823-826.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1983. Female-female gull pairs: Nest habitat selection. Annual Meeting of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Stout, J. , C. DeHaan and R. McGhee. 1983. Attractiveness of the male Acheta domesticus calling song to females. I. Dependence on each of the calling song features. J. Comp. Physiol. 153:509-521.

1982

  • Chobotar, B., and E. Scholtyseck. 1982. Ultrastructure Chapter 4. In: P.L. Long (ed.). The Biology of the Coccidia. pp. 101-165. University Park Press, Baltimore.
  • Entzeroth, R., J. Stuht, Bill Chobotar, and E. Scholtyseck. 1982. Sarcocystis of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and its transmission to the dog (Canis familiaris). Tropenmedizin and Parasitol. 33:111-112.
  • Entzeroth, R., Bill Chobotar, and E. Scholtyseck. 1982. Ultrastructure of Sarcotystis Sp. from the muscle of a white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) Z. Parasitenk. 68:33-38.
  • Scholtyseck, E., R. Entzeroth and Bill Chobotar. 1982. Light and electron microscopy of Sarcocystis Sp. in the skeletal muscle of an opossum (Didelphis virginiana). Protistologica 18:527-532.
  • Chobotar, B., H. D. Danforth, R. Entzeroth, and E. Scholtyseck. 1982. Ultrastructure of host cell penetration by sporozoites of Eimeria papillata. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology. Elsevier p. 107.
  • Hayward, J. L., D. E. Miller, and C. R. Hill. 1982. Mount St. Helens ash: Its impact on breeding ring-billed and California gulls. The Auk 99(4):623-631.
  • Hayward, J. L., D. E. Miller, and C. R. Hill. 1982. Volcanic ash fallout: Its impact on breeding gulls. In Keller, S. A. C. (ed.). Mount St. Helens: One year later . Eastern Washington University Press, Cheny, Washington.
  • Hayward, J. L., and C. J. Amlaner. 1982. Taphonomy of Ash-buried eggs following Mount St. Helens eruption. Poster paper. 100th Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Woodland, D. W., I. J. Bassett, and C. Cropton. 1982. Biosystematics of the Perennial North American Taxa of Urtica. I. Chromosome Number, Hybridization and Palynology. Syst. Bot. 7(3): 269-281
  • Woodland, D. W. 1982. Biosystematics of the Perennial North American Taxa of Urtica. II. Taxonomy. Syst. Bot. 7(3):282-290.

1981

  • Chobotar, Bill, and R. Entzeroth. 1981. Ultrastructure of gamogony of Sarcocystis muris in cats. J. Parasitol. 67 (Supplement):51.
  • Duszynski, D. W., C. A. Speer, B. Chobotar, and A. A., Marchiondo. 1981. Fine structure of the oocyst wall and excystation of Eimeria procyonis from the American raccoon. Z. Parasitenk. 65:131-136.
  • Chobotar, Bill. Fine structure of Sarcocystis species from Egyptian camels. Acta Nelerianaria Acad. Sc. Hung. 29:335-339.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1981. Volcanic ash fallout: Its impact on breeding gulls. Mount St. Helens: One Year Later Conference, Eastern Washington University, Cheny Washington.
  • Steen D.A. and A.V. Chadwick, 1981. Ethylene Effects in Pea Stem Tissue: Evidence of Microtubule Mediation. Plant Physiology. 67: 460-466.
  • Steen, D.A. 1981. Computers, Inspiration and Health. Insight. 24: November, 11-12.
  • Stout, J. and E. Schwab. 1981. Behavioral control of seagulls at Langley Air Force Base. Proceedings of the Eighth Bird Control Seminar. p. 96-110. Environmental Studies Center, Bowling Green State University.
  • Stout, J. and T. Weber. 1981. Visual influences on phonotactic orientation to model calling songs by crickets - a comparison of techniques. Amer. Zool. 21:281.
  • Stout, J. and F. Huber. 1981. Responses to features of the calling song by ascending auditory interneurons in Gryllus campestris L. (Gryllidae). Physiol. Entomol. 6:199-212.
  • Stout, J. and E. Schwab. 1981. Long term dispersal of seagulls from U.S. Air Force bases. Technical Report. U.S. Air Force.

1980

  • Chobotar, B., J. Senaud, J. V. Ernst, and E. Scholtyseck. 1980. Ultrastructure of macrogametogenesis and formation of the oocyst wall of Eimeria papillata in Protostologica. 16:115-124.
  • Knobber, D., R. Enzeroth, B. Chobotar and E. Scholtyseck. 1980. The effect of different fixatives on the fine structure of wall-forming bodies of macrogametes of Eimeria tenella, E. maxima and E. falciformis (Apicomplexa, Coccidia, Eimeriidae). Protistogica. 16:435-441.
  • Hayward, J. L., and A. C. Thoresen. 1980. Dippers in marine habitats in Washington. Western Birds 11:60.
  • Hayward, J. L. 1980. A simple egg-marking technique. Journal of Field Ornithology 53(2):173.
  • DeHaan, C. and J. Stout. 1980. An intracellular evaluation of a syllable encoding neuron of a cricket. Amer. Zool. 20:866.
  • Stout, J. and R. McGhee. 1980. Preferences for parameters of the calling song by female crickets Acheta domesticus. Am. Zool. 20:853.
  • Stout, J. and E. Schwab. 1980. Telemetry of heart rate as a measure of the effectiveness of dispersal including stimuli in seagulls. A Handbook on Biotelemetry and Radio Tracking (Amlaner and MacDonald, eds.). p. 603-610. Pergamon Press: Oxford.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1980. Index to Canadian Herbaria. Suppl. to Bull. Can. Bot. Assoc. 13(1): 1-14.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1980. Noteworthy Collections. Urtica in Montana. Madrono 27: 144-145.

1979

  • Stockdale, P. H. G., G. B. Tiffin, G. Kozub, and Bill Chobotar. 1979. Eimeria contorta Haberkorn, 1971: a valid species of rodent coccidium? Can. J. Zool. 57:264-270.
  • Blagburn, B. L., Bill Chobotar, and R. T. Smith. 1979. Clinical and Histologic observations of actively induced resistance to Eimeria ferrisi Levine and Ivens, 1965 (Protozoa: Eimeriidae) in the mouse Mus musculus. Z. Parasitenk. 59:1-14.
  • Gaffar, F. A., R. Entzeroth, Bill Chobotar, and E. Scholtyseck. 1979. Ultrastructural studies of sp. from the Camel (Camelus dromedarius) in Egypt. Tropenmedizin and Parasitol. 30:434-438.
  • Scholtyseck, E. and Bill Chobotar. 1979. Taxonomy, Cytology and Evolution on the Sporozoa sensu lato. Proc. Fifth Int. Congress Protozool. 1977:29-41.
  • Stout, J. and C. DeHaan. 1979. Orientation of female crickets to models of the male's calling song. American Zool. 19:966.

1978

  • Chobotar, B., J. Senaud, and E. Scholtyseck. 1978. The Ultrastructure of macrogamete development and oocyst wall formation of Eimeria papillata. Proc. 4th Int. Congress of Parasitol. Warsaw, 70.
  • Ernst, J. V. and Bill Chobotar. 1978. The endogenous stages of Eimeria utahensis in the kangaroo rat, Dipodomys ordii. J. Parasitol. 64:27-34.
  • Amlaner, C.*, R. Korzyniowski, R. Bender* and J. Stout. 1978. Design of a remotely controlled, locomotary platform useful in ethological studies. Behavior Res. Meth. and Instrumentation 10:678-684.
  • Amlaner, C.* and J. Stout. 1978. Aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens VI. Responses to a remotely controlled locomotary model seagull. Behaviour 66:223-251.

1977

  • Ernst, J. V. and Bill Chobotar. 1977. The life cycle of Eimeria utahensis (Protozoa: Eimeriidae). Assoc. S.E. Biol. Bull. 24:49.
  • Scholtyseck, E., Bill Chobotar, J. Senaud, and J. V. Ernst. 1977. Fine structure of microgametogenesis of Eimeria ferrisi Levine and Ivens 1965 in Mus musculus. Z. Parasitenk. 51:229-240.
  • Chobotar, B. and E. Scholtyseck. 1977. Morphological uniformity in the Eimeriidae and Sarcocystidae. Proceed. 5th Intern. Congress Protozool. S.H. Hutner Ed. New York. 12.
  • Ernst, J. V. and Bill Chobotar. 1977. Development of sexual stages of Eimeria utahensis (Protozoa: Eimeriidae). J. Parasitol. 63 (Supplement):8A4.
  • Gerard, G. and Bill Chobotar. 1977. Eimeria zapi sp. n. from the meadow jumping mouse, Zapus hudsonius Zimmerman in Southwestern Michigan. J. Protozool. 24:362-363.
  • Amlaner, C., J. Hayward, E. Schwab* and J. Stout. 1977. Increases in a population of nesting Glaucous-winged Gulls disturbed by humans. Murrelet 58:18-20.
  • Hayward, J. L., W. H. Gillett*, and J. F. Stout. 1977. Aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens. Part V. Orientation and sequences of behavior. Behaviour 62:236-276.
  • Galusha, J.* and J. Stout. 1977. Aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens IV. Experiments on visual communication. Behaviour 62:222-235.
  • Hayward, J.*, C. Amlaner*, W. H. Gillett* and J. Stout. 1977. Predation on gulls by eagles in Washington State. Auk 94:145.
  • Hayward, J. and J. Stout. 1977. Aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens V. Orientation and sequences of behavior. Behaviour 62:236-276.
  • Woodland, D. W., I. J. Bassett, and C. Cropton. 1977. The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 21. Urtica dioica. Can J. Plant Sci. 57: 491-498.

1976

  • Senaud, J., Bill Chobotar and E. Scholtyseck. 1976. Observations ultrastructurales sur le dvelopement asexu d'Eimeria ferrisi Levine et Ivens, 1965, dan le lumire intestinale du tube digestif de la souris (Mus musculus). Z. Parasitenk. 49:217-222.
  • Wheat, Bruce, E., J. B. Jensen, J. V. Ernst, and B. Chobotar. 1976. Ultrastructure of macrogametogenesis of Eimeria mivati. Z. Parasitenk. 50:125-136.
  • Senaud, J., B. Chobotar, and E. Scholtyseck. 1976. Role of the micropore Fin nutrition of Sporozoa. Ultrastructural study of Plasmodium cathemerium, Eimeria ferrisi, E. stiedai, Besnoitia jellisoni and Frenkelia sp. Tropenmed. Parasitol. 27:145-159.
  • Fisk, L.H. and D.A. Steen. 1976. Additional Exploiters of Nectar. The Condor. 78: 269-271.
  • Stout, J., G. Gerard and S. Hasso*. 1976. Sexual responsiveness mediated by the corpora allata and its relationship to phonotaxis in the female cricket, Acheta domesticus L. J. Comp. Physiol. 108:1-9.
  • Woodland, D. W., I. J. Bassett, and C. Cropton. 1976. Annual Species of Stinging Nettles (Hesperocnide and Urtica) in North America. Can. J. Bot. 54: 3674-3683.

1975

  • Chobotar, Bill, E. Scholtyseck, J. Senaud and J. V. Ernst. 1975. A fine structural study of asexual stages of the murine coccidium Eimeria ferrisi Levine and Ivens 1965. Z. Parasitenk. 45:291-306.
  • Scholtyseck, E., and Bill Chobotar. 1975. Electron microscope observations concerning the penetration of a host cell by Eimeria ferrisi in vivo. Z. Parasitenk. 46:91-94.
  • Mehlhorn, Heinz, J. Senaud, B. Chobotar and E. Scholtyseck. 1975. Electron microscope studies of cyst stages of Sarcocystis tenella: The origin of micronemes and rhoptries. Z. Parasitenk. 45:227-236.
  • Ankrom, S. L., Bill Chobotar and J. V. Ernst. 1975. Life cycle of Eimeria ferrisi Levine and Ivens 1965 (Protozoa:Eimeriidae) in the mouse, Mus musculus Linnaeus. J. Protozool. 22:317-323.
  • Chobotar, Bill, J. Senaud, J. V. Ernst and E. Scholtyseck. 1975. The ultrastructure of Macrogametes of Eimeria ferris Levine and Ivens 1965 in Mus musculus. Z. Parasitenk. 48:111-121.
  • Gillett, W.*, J. Hayward* and J. Stout. 1975. Effects on human activity on egg and chick mortality in a Glaucous-winged Gull colony. Condor 77:492-495.
  • Hayward, J.*, C. Amlaner*, W. Gillett* and J. Stout. 1975. Predation on nesting gulls by a river otter in Washington State. Murrelet 56:9-10.
  • Stout J. 1975. Dispersal of gulls from the airport environment. WP8. Proceedings of the Tenth bird Strike Committee of Europe. 1-14.
  • Stout, J. 1975. Aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens III. Description of the displays involved in territorial protection. Behaviour 55:181-208.
  • Stout, J. 1975. Sound communication during the reproductive behavior of the satinfin shiner, Notropis analostanus. American Midl. Nat. 94:296-325.
  • Stout, J., W. Gillett*, J. Hayward* and C. Amlaner*. 1975. Dispersal of seagulls in an aerodome environment. Air Force Weapons Laboratory Technical Report 74:324:1-52.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1975. Geological History (In: G. Mason. Guide to the Plants of the Wallowa Mountains of Northeastern Oregon) Special Publ. Mus. Nat. Hist. Univ. Oregon. pp. 3-4.

1974

  • Steen, D.A. and A.V. Chadwick, 1974. Implication for Microtubule Mediated Ethylene Effects in Pea Stem Sections. Plant Physiology. 53: (Suppl.) 72. (Abstract)
  • Stout, J., J. L. Hayward* and W. H. Gillett*. 1974. Aggregations of gulls (Laridae) on aerodomes and behavioral techniques for dispersal. In Proceedings of the Conference on the Biological Aspects of the Bird/Aircraft Collision Problem, Clemson, S.C. p. 125-148.
  • Woodland, D. W., I. J. Bassett, and C. Cropton. 1974. The Family Urticaceae in Canada. Can. J. Bot. 52: 503-516 (with I. J. Bassett and C. Crompton).
  • Woodland, D. W. 1974. Cytological and Phenolic Relationships in the Genus Urtica of North America. Am. J. Bot. 61:69.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1974. The McGill University Herbarium: A Library of Plants. Macdonald J. 35: 7-9, 20.

1973

  • Chadwick, A.V. and D.A. Steen. 1973. Effects of Deuterium Oxide, Low Temperature and Ethylene on Pea Growth. Plant Physiology. 51: (Suppl.) 31. (Abstract)
  • Steen, D.A. and A.V. Chadwick. 1973. Effects of Cycloheximide on Indoleacetic Acid-induced Ethylene Production in Pea Root tips. Plant Physiology. 52: 171-173.

1972

  • Inabnit, Ralph, Bill Chobotar and John V.T Ernst. 1972. Eimeria procyonis sp.n., an Isospora sp., and a redescription of E. nuttalli Yakimoff and Matikaschwili, 1932 (Protozoa: Eimeriidae) from the American raccoon (Procyon lotor). J. Protozool. 19:244-247.
  • Stout, J. and F. Huber. 1972. Responses of central auditory neurons of female crickets (Gryllus campestris L.) to the calling song of the male Z. vergl. Physiol. 76:302-313.

1971

  • Chobotar, Bill and J. V. Ernst. 1971. The occurrence of Multinucleate Merozoites in Eimeria ferrisi in mice. Proceeding of the Third Int. Congress of Parasitol. Vol. 1:99-100.
  • Ernst, John V., Bill Chobotar and Datus M. Hammond. 1971. The Oocysts of Eimeria vermiformis sp.n. and E. Papillata sp.n. (Protozoa: Eimeriidae) from the mouse Mus musculus. J. Protozool. 18:221-223.
  • Chobotar, Bill and Datus M. Hammond. 1971. Cinemicrographic observations on excystation in Eimeria utahensis and E. papillata. J. Protozool. 18:23 (Supplement).
  • Stout, J. 1971. A technique for recording the activity of single interneurons from free-moving crickets. Gryllus campestris. Z. vergl. Physiol. 74:26-31.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1971. Variation of Flavonoid Patterns in Urtica Grown under Controlled and Natural Environmental Conditions. Am. J. Bot. 58: 480.

1970

  • Hammond, Datus M., J. V. Ernst and Bill Chobotar. 1970. Composition and function of the Substiedal body in the Sporocysts of Eimeria utahensis. J. Parasitol. 56:618-9.
  • Chobotar, Bill, Larry C. Anderson, John V. Ernst and Datus M. Hammond. 1970. Pathogenicity of Besnoitia jellisoni in naturally infected Kangaroo rats (Dipodomys ordii) in Northwestern Utah. J. Parasitol. 56:192-193.
  • Stout, J. 1970. Response of interneurons of female crickets (Gryllus campestris) to the male's calling song. (Abstract). American Zool. 10:502.

1969

  • Chobotar, Bill, Datus M. Hammond and M. L. Miner. 1969. Development of first-generation schizont of Eimeria auburnensis. J. Parasitol. 55:385-397.
  • Fayer, Ronald, Datus M. Hammond, Bill Chobotar and Yoko Y. Elsner. 1969. Cultivation of Besnoitia jellisoni in bovine cell cultures. J. Parasitol. 55:645-653.
  • Ernst, John V., Carlos Cooper Jr. and Bill Chobotar. 1969. Isospora boughtoni Volk, 1938 and Isospora sp. (Protozoa: Eimeriidae) from an opossum Didelphis marsupialis. Bulletin of Wildlife Disease Association 5:406-409.
  • Chobotar, Bill and Datus M. Hammond. 1969. Development of Gametocytes and second asexual generation stages of Eimeria auburnensis in calves. J. Parasitol. 55:1218-1228.
  • Hammond, Datus M., Erick Scholtyseck and Bill Chobotar. 1969. Fine structural study of the Microametogenesis of Eimeria auburnensis. Z. Parasitenk. 33:65-84.
  • Stout, J. and M. Brass. 1969. Aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens. II. Visual communication. Behaviour 34:42-54.
  • Stout, J. C. Wilcox and L. Creitz. 1969. Aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens. I. Sound communication. Behaviour 34:29-41.

1968

  • Ernst, John V., Bill Chobotar, Emily C. Oaks and Datus M. Hammond. 1968. Besnoitia jellisoni (Sporozoa: Toxoplasmea) in rodents from Utah and California. J. Parasitol. 54:545-549.
  • Hammond, Datus M., Bill Chobotar and John V. Ernst. 1968. Cytological observations on sporozoites of Eimeria bovis and E. auburnensis, and an Eimeria species from the Ord Kangaroo rat. J. Parasitol. 54:550-558.
  • Ernst, John V., Datus M. Hammond and Bill Chobotar. 1968. Eimeria utahensis sp.n. from kangaroo rats (Dipodomys ordii and D. microps) in Northwestern Utah. J. Protozool. 15:430-432.
  • Chobotar, Bill, Datus M. Hammond and M. L. Miner. 1968. Sporozoites, trophozoites, and early schizonts from intestinal fistuals of calves. J. Parasitol. 54 (Supplement):89.
  • Gerber, H. and J. Stout. 1968. The sensory basis of the symbiotic relationship of Arctonoe vittata (Polychaeta, Polynoidae) to the keyhole limpet Diadora aspera. Physiol. Zool. 41:169-179.
  • Stout, J. 1968. Visual aggressive communication by Larus glaucescens (Abstract). Comm. in Behav. Biol.

1967

  • Chobotar, Bill and Datus M. Hammond. 1967. The asexual endogenous stages of Eimeria auburnensis. J. Protozool. 14 (Supplement):71.
  • Hammond, Datus M., John V. Ernst and Bill Chobotar. 1967. Cytological observations on sporozoites of Eimeria bovis and Eimeria auburnensis. J. Protozool. 14 (Supplement):70.
  • Scholtyseck, Erich, Datus M. Hammond and Bill Chobotar. 1967. Pinocytosis in the coccidium, Eimeria auburnensis. J. Protozool. 14 (Supplement):72.
  • Hammond, Datus M., Erich Scholtyseck and Bill Chobotar. 1967. Fine structures associated with the nutrition of the intracellular parasite, Eimeria auburnensis. J. Protozool. 14:678-683.
  • Ernst, John F., Bill Chobotar and Larry C. Anderson. 1967. Eimeria balphae sp.n. from the Ord Kangaroo rat (Dipodomys ordii). J. Protozool. 14:547-548.
  • Ernst, John V., Bill Chobotar and Datus M. Hammond. 1967. Observations of Besnoitia jellisoni occurring in Kangaroo rats in Northwestern Utah. J. Parasitol. 53 (Supplement):59.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1967. Two New Additions to the Flora of Montana. Madrono 19: 63.

1966

  • Rigby, Donald W. and Bill Chobotar. 1966. The effects of Trypanosoma lewisi on the development of Hymenolepsis diminuta in concurrently infected white rats. J. of Parasit. 52:389-394.
  • Stout, J. 1966. Sound communication in fishes. Proceedings of the Third Annual conference on biological Sonar and Diving Mammals, 159-177.
  • Stout, J. and C. Wilcox. 1966. Communication during aggressive behavior in the glaucous-winged gull, Larus glaucescens (Abstract). American Zool. 6:298.
  • Wilcox, C. and J. Stout. 1966. The effects of sound playbacks on the aggressive reactions of Larus glaucescens to conspecific models (Abstract). American Zool. 6:298.
  • Woodland, D. W. 1966. A Vegetational Study of Razz and Unit Lakes, Wallowa Mountains, Northeastern Oregon. Northwest Sci. 40:41.

1963

  • Stout, J. 1963. The significance of sound production during the reproductive behavior of Notropis analostanus (Family Cyprinidae). Animal Behaviour 11:83-92.

1962

  • Salmon, M. and J. Stout. 1962. Sex discrimination and sound production in Uca pugilator Bosc. Zoologica 47:169-179.

1960

  • Stout, J. 1960. The significance of sound production during the reproductive behavior of Notropis analostanus (Abstract). Anat. Record 138:384-385.
  • Winn, H. and J. Stout. 1960. Sound production by the satinfin shiner, Notropis analostanus, and related fishes. Science 132:222-223.

1959

  • Stout, J. 1959. The reproductive behavior and sound production of the satinfin shiner (Abstract). Anat. Record 137:643-644.
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