Publications


Google Scholar Profile for Michael Angilletta

 

2017

Alton, L. A., C. Condon, C. R. White, and M. J. Angilletta. 2017. Colder environments did not select for a faster metabolism during experimental evolution of Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution 71: 145-152. 

Angilletta, M. J. 2017. Thermal Ecology of Animals. Oxford Bibliographies in Physiological Ecology of Animals. Ed. M. J. Angilletta. New York: Oxford University Press. www.oxfordbibliographies.com

Basson, C.H., O. Levy, M. J. Angilletta, and Susana Clusella-Trullas. 2017. Lizards paid a greater opportunity cost to thermoregulate in a less heterogeneous environment. Functional Ecology 31: 856-865. 

Levy, O., J D. Borchert, T. Rusch, L. B. Buckley, and M. J. Angilletta. 2017. Diminishing returns on thermoregulation limit energetic costs of climate change. Ecology 98: in press. 

Rusch, T. and M. J. Angilletta. 2017. Competition for thermal resources between lizards alters thermoregulatory behavior and hormone levels. Functional Ecology 31: in press. 

Shiehzadegan, S., J. Le Vinh Thuy, N. Derus, M. J. Angilletta, and J. M. Vandenbrooks. More oxygen during development enhanced flight performance but not thermal tolerance of Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS ONE

Smith, G. D., L. A. Neuman-Lee, A. C. Webb, M. J. Angilletta, D. F. DeNardo, and S. S. French. 2017. Metabolic responses to immune challenges: reevaluating the energetics of immunity. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 187: in press

Telemeco, R., B. Fletcher, O. Levy, A. Riley, Y. Rodriguez-Sanchez, C. D. Smith, C. Teague, A. Waters, M. J. Angilletta, and L. B. Buckley. 2017. Lizards fail to plastically adjust nesting behavior or thermal tolerance as needed to buffer populations from climate change. Global Change Biology 23: 1075–1084. 

2016

Adrian, G.J., M. Czarnoleski, and M. J. Angilletta. 2016. Flies evolved small bodies and cells at high or fluctuating temperatures. Ecology and Evolution 6: 7991–7996. 
Le Vinh Thuy, J., J. M. VandenBrooks, and M. J. Angilletta. 2016. Developmental plasticity evolved according to specialist-generalist tradeoffs in experimental populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Biology Letters 12: 20160379.
Levy, O., L. B. Buckley, T. H. Keitt, and M. J. Angilletta. 2016. Ontogeny constrains phenology: opportunities for activity and reproduction interact to dictate potential phenologies in a changing climate. Ecology Letters  19: 620-628. 
Levy, O., L. B. Buckley, T. H. Keitt, and M. J. Angilletta. 2016. A dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates. Ecology 97: 1888. 
Sears, M. W., M. J. Angilletta, M. S. Schuler, J. D. Borchert, K. F. Dilliplane, M. Stegman, T Rusch, and W. A. Mitchell. 2016. Configuration of the thermal landscape determines thermoregulatory performance of ectotherms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 113: 10595-10600. 

2015

Ackley, J., M J. Angilletta, D. DeNardo, S. Myint, B. Sullivan, and J. Wu. Rich lizards: how affluence and land cover influence the diversity and abundance of native lizards persisting in an urban landscape. Biological Conservation 182: 87-92. 

Ackley, J., J. Wu, M J. Angilletta, D. DeNardo, S. Myint, and B. Sullivan. 2015. Urban heat-island mitigation strategies and lizard thermal ecology: landscaping can quadruple potential activity time in an arid city. Urban Ecosystems 18: 1447-1459. 

Buckley, L. B., J. C. Ehrenberger, and M. J. Angilletta. 2015. Thermoregulatory behavior limits local adaptation of thermal niches and confers sensitivity to climate change. Functional Ecology 29: 1038-1047. 

Condon, C., A. Acharya, G. J. Adrian, A. M. Hurliman, D. Malekooti, P. Nguyen, M. H. Zelic, and M. J. Angilletta. 2015. Indirect selection of thermal tolerance during experimental evolution of Drosophila melanogaster. Ecology and Evolution 5: 1873-1880. 

Czarnoleski, M., D. Dragosz-Kluska, and M. J. Angilletta. Flies developed smaller cells when temperature fluctuated more frequently. Journal of Thermal Biology 54: 106-110. 

Czarnoleski, M., J. Ejsmont-Karabin, M. J. Angilletta, and J. Kozłowski. 2015. Colder rotifers grow larger but only in oxygenated waters. Ecosphere 6: 164. 

James, R. S., J. Tallis, and M. J. Angilletta. 2015. Regional thermal specialisation in a mammal: Temperature affects power output of core muscle more than that of peripheral muscle in adult mice (Mus musculus). Journal of Comparative Physiology 185:135-142. 

Levy, O., L. B. Buckley, T. H. Keitt, C. D. Smith, K. Boateng, D. Kumar, and M. J. Angilletta. 2015. Resolving the life cycle alters expected impacts of climate change. Proceeding of the Royal Society B 282: 20150837. 

Murphy, S.C., W. von Hippel, S. L. Dubbs, M. J. Angilletta, R. S. Wilson, R. Trivers, and F. K. Barlow. 2015. The role of overconfidence in romantic desirability and competition. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41: 1036-1052. 

Sears, M. W. and M. J. Angilletta. 2015. Costs and benefits of thermoregulation revisited: both spatial and statistical distributions of temperature drive costs. The American Naturalist 185: E94-E102.    Access the recommendation on F1000Prime

Smith, C. D., R. Telemeco, J. VandenBrooks, and M. J. Angilletta. 2015. Oxygen supply limits the heat tolerance of lizard embryos. Biology Letters 11: 20150113. 

Wheatley, R., M. J. Angilletta, A. C. Niehaus, and R. S. Wilson. 2015. How fast should an animal run? An optimality model based on the trade-off between speed and accuracy. Integrative and Comparative Biology 55: 1166-1175. 

Wilson, R. S. and M. J. Angilletta. 2015. Dishonest signaling during aggressive encounters. Pp. 205-228 in Animal Signalling: A Functional Approach. (D. J. Irschick, M. Briffa, and J. Podos, Eds.). Ralph Wiley Press. 

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2014

Angilletta, M. J. 2014. Biochemical and Physiological Adaptations. Pp. 282-287 in The Princeton Guide to Evolution (J. Losos, ed.). Princeton University Press, Princeton. 
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Bakken, G. S. and M. J. Angilletta. 2014. How to avoid errors when quantifying thermal environments. Functional Ecology 28: 96-107. 

Condon, C., B. C. Cooper, S. Yeaman, and M. J. Angilletta. 2014. Temporal variation favors the evolution of generalists in experimental populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution 68: 720-728. 

Heffernan, J. B., P. Soranno, M. J. Angilletta, L. B. Buckley, W. K. Dodds, D. Gruner, T. Keitt, J. Kellner, J. Kominoski, A. Rocha, J. Xiao, T. Harms, S. Goring, L. Koenig, W. McDowell, H. Powell, A. Richardson, C. Stow, R. Vargas, and K. Weathers. 2014. Macrosystems ecology: understanding ecological pattern and process at continental scales. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12:5-14. 

Kolbe, J. J., J. C. Ehrenberger, H. A. Moniz, and M. J. Angilletta. 2014. Variation in physiological phenotypes among invasive populations of brown anoles (Anolis sagrei). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87: 92-104. 

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2013

Angilletta, M. J., M. H. Zelic, G. J. Adrian, A. M. Hurliman, and C. D. Smith. 2013. Heat tolerance during embryonic development has not diverged among populations of a widespread species (Sceloporus undulatus). Conservation Physiology 1: DOI: 10.1093/conphys/cot018.  s
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Czarnoleski, M., B. S. Cooper, J. Kierat, and M. J. Angilletta. 2013. Flies developed small bodies and small cells at fluctuating temperatures. Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 2896-2901. 

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Prates, I., M. J. Angilletta, R. S. Wilson, A. C. Niehaus, C. A. Navas. 2013. Poor hydration reduced the locomotor performance of toads (Rhinella granulosa) from mesic and xeric environments. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 86: 451-457. 

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2012

Angilletta, M. J. and R. S. Wilson. 2012. Cryptic asymmetry: unreliable signals mask asymmetric performance of crayfish weapons. Biology Letters 8: 551-553. 

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Angilletta, M. J. Thermoregulation in Animals. Oxford Bibliographies in Physiological Ecology of Animals. Ed. M. J. Angilletta. New York: Oxford University Press, 5/23/2012. 

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Cooper, B. C., J. M. Tharp, I. I. Jernberg, and M. J. Angilletta. 2012. Developmental plasticity of thermal tolerances in temperate and subtropical populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Thermal Biology 37: 211-216. 
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Niehaus, A. C., M. J. Angilletta, M. W. Sears, C. E. Franklin and R. S. Wilson. 2012. Predicting the physiological performance of anurans in fluctuating thermal environments. Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 694-701.    Access the recommendation on F1000Prime
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Niehaus, A. C., R. S. Wilson, J. J. Storm and M. J. Angilletta. 2012. Fall field crickets did not acclimate to simulated seasonal changes in temperature. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 182: 199-207. 
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Starostová, Z., M. J. Angilletta, L. Kubička, and L. Kratochvíl. 2012. Thermal dependence of reproductive allocation in a tropical lizard. Journal of Thermal Biology 37: 159-163. 
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2011

Angilletta, M. J. and M. W. Sears. 2011. Grand Challenges: Coordinating theoretical and empirical efforts to understand the linkages between organisms and environments. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51: 653-661. 
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Bozinovic, F., D. A. Bastías, F. E. Boher, S. Clavijo-Baquet, S. A. Estay, and M. J. Angilletta. 2011. The mean and variance of environmental temperature interact to determine physiological tolerance and fitness. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84: 543-552. 
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Schuler, M S., Cooper, B. S., Storm, J. J., M. W. Sears, and M. J. Angilletta. 2011. Isopods failed to acclimate their thermal sensitivity of locomotor performance during predictable or stochastic cooling. PLoS ONE 6: e20905. 
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Schuler, M S., M. W. Sears, and M. J. Angilletta. 2011. Food availability does not affect the preferred body temperature of Yarrow’s spiny lizard (Sceloporus jarrovi). Journal of Thermal Biology 36: 112-115. 
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Sears, M. W. and M. J. Angilletta. 2011. Introduction to the Symposium: Responses of organisms to climate change: a synthetic approach to the role of thermal adaptation. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51: 662-665. 
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Sears, M. W., E. Raskin, M. J. Angilletta. 2011. The world is not flat: defining relevant thermal landscapes in the context of climate change. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51: 666-675. 
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2010

Angilletta, M. J., B. S. Cooper, M. S. Schuler, and J. G. Boyles. 2010. The evolution of thermal physiology in endotherms. Frontiers in Bioscience E2: 861-881. 
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Angilletta, M. J., R. B. Huey, and M. R. Frazier. 2010. Thermodynamic effects on organismal performance: is hotter better? Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83: 197-206. 
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Asbury, D. A. and M. J. Angilletta. 2010. Thermodynamic effects on the evolution of performance curves. The American Naturalist 176: E40-E49. 
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Buckley, L. B., M. C. Urban, M. J. Angilletta, L. G. Crozier,  L. J. Rissler, and M. W. Sears. 2010. Can mechanism inform species’ distribution models? Ecology Letters 13: 1041-1054.    Access the recommendation on F1000Prime
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Chown, S. L., A. A. Hoffmann, T. N. Kristensen, M. J. Angilletta, N. C. Stenseth and C. Pertoldi. 2010. Adapting to climate change: a perspective from evolutionary physiology. Climate Research 43: 3-15. 
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Cooper, B. S., M. Czarnoleski, and M. J. Angilletta. 2010. Acclimation of thermal physiology in natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster: a test of an optimality model. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 2346-2355. 
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Oufiero, C. E. and M. J. Angilletta. 2010. Energetics of lizard embryos at fluctuating temperatures. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83: 869-876. 
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2009

Angilletta, M. J. 2009. Thermal Adaptation: A Theoretical and Empirical Synthesis. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 
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Angilletta, M. J. 2009. Looking for answers to questions about heat stress: researchers are getting warmer [Guest Editorial]. Functional Ecology 23: 231-232. 
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Angilletta, M. J., M. W. Sears, and R. M. Pringle. 2009. The spatial dynamics of nesting behavior: lizards shift microhabitats to construct nests with beneficial thermal properties. Ecology 90: 2933-2939. 
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Mitchell, W. A. and M. J. Angilletta. 2009. Thermal games: frequency-dependent models of thermal adaptation. Functional Ecology 23: 510-520. 
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2008

Angilletta, M. J., A. Steel, K. Bartz, J. G. Kingsolver, M. Scheuerell, B. Beckman, and L. Crozier. 2008. Big dams and salmon evolution: changes in thermal regimes and their potential evolutionary consequences. Evolutionary Applications 1: 286-299. 
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Angilletta, M. J. T. C. Roth, R. S. Wilson, A. C. Niehaus, and P. L. Ribeiro. 2008. The fast and the fractalous: speed and tortuosity trade off in running ants. Functional Ecology 22: 78-83. 
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Bywater, C. L., M. J. Angilletta, and R. S. Wilson. 2008. Weapon size is a reliable indicator of strength and social dominance in female slender crayfish (Cherax dispar). Functional Ecology 22: 311-316. 
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Cooper, B. S., B. H. Williams, and M. J. Angilletta. 2008. Unifying indices of heat tolerance in ectotherms. Journal of Thermal Biology 33: 320-323. 
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Niewiarowski, P. H. and M. J. Angilletta. 2008. Countergradient variation in embryonic growth and development: do embryonic and juvenile performances trade off? Functional Ecology 22: 895-901. 
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2007

Angilletta, M. J., R. S. Wilson, A. C. Niehaus, M. W. Sears, C. A. Navas, and P. L. Ribeiro. 2007. Urban physiology: city ants possess high heat tolerance. PLoS ONE 2: e258. 
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Oufiero, C. E., A. Smith, and M. J. Angilletta. 2007. The importance of energetic versus pelvic constraints on reproductive allocation in the eastern fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 91: 513-521. 
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Storm, M. A. and M. J. Angilletta. 2007. Rapid assimilation of yolk enhances growth and development of lizard embryos from a cold environment. Journal of Experimental Biology 210: 3415-3421. 
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Wilson, R. S., M. J. Angilletta, R. S. James, C. A. Navas, and F. Seebacher. 2007. Dishonest signals of strength in male slender crayfish (Cherax dispar) during agonistic encounters. The American Naturalist 170: 284-291. 
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2006

Angilletta, M. J. 2006. Estimating and comparing thermal performance curves. Journal of Thermal Biology 31: 541-545. 
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Angilletta, M. J., C. E. Oufiero, and A. D. Leaché. 2006. Direct and indirect effects of environmental temperature on the evolution of reproductive strategies: an information-theoretic approach. The American Naturalist 168: 123-135. 
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Angilletta, M. J., V. Lee and A. C. Silva. 2006. Energetics of lizard embryos are not canalized by thermal acclimation. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79: 573-580. 
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Angilletta, M. J., A. F. Bennett, H. Guderley, C. A. Navas, F. Seebacher, and R. S. Wilson. 2006. Coadaptation: a unifying principle in evolutionary thermal biology. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79: 282-294. 
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Oufiero, C. E. and M. J. Angilletta. 2006. Convergent evolution of growth and development in lizard embryos. Evolution 60: 1066-1075. 
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2005

Angilletta, M. J., C. E. Oufiero, and M. W. Sears. 2005. Thermal adaptation of maternal and embryonic phenotypes in a geographically widespread lizard. Pp. 258-266 in S. Morris and  A. Vosloo, eds. Animals and Environments. Elsevier Press. 
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McLean, M. A., M. J. Angilletta, and K. Williams. 2005. If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the city: thermal reactions norms of chitinolytic fungi in an urban heat island.  Journal of Thermal Biology 30: 384-391. 
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2004

Angilletta, M. J. and M. W. Sears. 2004. Evolution of thermal reaction norms for growth rate and body size in ectotherms: an introduction to the symposium. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44: 401-402. 
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Angilletta, M. J., T. D. Steury, and M. W. Sears. 2004. Temperature, growth rate, and body size in ectotherms: fitting pieces of a life-history puzzle. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44: 498-509. 
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Angilletta, M. J., P. H. Niewiarowski, A. E. Dunham, A. D. Leaché, and W. P. Porter. 2004. Bergmann’s clines in ectotherms: illustrating a life-historical perspective with sceloporine lizards. The American Naturalist 164: E168-E183. 
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Niewiarowski, P. H., M. J. Angilletta, and A. D. Leaché. 2004. Phylogenetic comparative analysis of life-history variation among populations of the lizard Sceloporus undulatus. Evolution 58: 619-633. 
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Sears, M. W. and M. J. Angilletta. 2004. Body size clines in Sceloporus lizards: proximate mechanisms and demographic constraints. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44: 433-442. 
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2003

Angilletta, M. J. and A. E. Dunham. 2003. The temperature-size rule in ectotherms: simple evolutionary explanations may not be general. The American Naturalist 162: 332-342. 
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Angilletta, M. J. and A. Krochmal. 2003. The Thermochron: a truly miniature and inexpensive temperature-logger. Herpetological Review 34: 31-32. 
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Angilletta, M. J. and M. W. Sears. 2003. Is parental care the key to understanding endothermy in birds and mammals? The American Naturalist 162: 821-825. 
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Angilletta, M. J., R. S. Wilson, C. A. Navas, and R. S. James. 2003. Tradeoffs and the evolution of thermal reaction norms. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 234-240. 
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Sears, M. W. and M. J. Angilletta. 2003. Life history variation in the sagebrush lizard (Sceloporus graciosus): phenotypic plasticity or local adaptation? Ecology 84: 1624-1634. 
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2002

Angilletta, M. J., T. Hill, and M. A. Robson. 2002. Is physiological performance optimized by thermoregulatory behavior? A case study of the eastern fence lizard, Sceloporus undulatus. Journal of Thermal Biology 27: 203-208. 
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Angilletta, M. J., P. H. Niewiarowski, and C. A. Navas. 2002. The evolution of thermal physiology in ectotherms. Journal of Thermal Biology 27: 249-268. 
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2001

Angilletta, M. J. 2001. Thermal and physiological constraints on energy assimilation in a widespread lizard (Sceloporus undulatus). Ecology 82: 3044-3056. 
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Angilletta, M. J. 2001. Variation in metabolic rate between populations of a geographically widespread lizard. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74: 11-21. 
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Angilletta, M. J., M. W. Sears, and R. S. Winters. 2001. Seasonal variation in reproductive effort and its consequences for offspring size in the lizard Sceloporus undulatus. Herpetologica 57: 365-375. 
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2000

Angilletta, M. J. and M. W. Sears. 2000. The metabolic cost of reproduction in an oviparous lizard. Functional Ecology 14: 39-45. 
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Angilletta, M. J., R. S. Winters, and A. E. Dunham. 2000. Thermal effects on the energetics of lizard embryos: implications for hatchling phenotypes. Ecology 81: 2957-2968. 

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1999

Angilletta, M. J. 1999. Estimating body composition of lizards from total-body electrical conductivity and total-body water. Copeia 1999: 587-595. 
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Angilletta, M. J. 1999. Estimating egg mass in lizards using X-radiography. Herpetological Review 30: 155-156. 
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Angilletta, M. J., L. G. Montgomery, and Y. L. Werner. 1999. Temperature preference in geckos: diel variation in juveniles and adults. Herpetologica 55: 212-222. 

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1994-1998

Angilletta, M. J. and Y. L. Werner. 1998. Australian geckos do not display diel variation in thermoregulatory behavior. Copeia 1998: 736-742. 
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Angilletta, M. J. 1994. Sedentary behavior by green mambas, Dendroaspis angusticeps. Herpetological Natural History 2: 105-111.