Lisa Warnecke
Lisa Warnecke
Albury
Verified email at uni-hamburg.de
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Inoculation of bats with European Geomyces destructans supports the novel pathogen hypothesis for the origin of white-nose syndrome
L Warnecke, JM Turner, TK Bollinger, JM Lorch, V Misra, PM Cryan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (18), 6999-7003, 2012
3932012
Pathophysiology of white-nose syndrome in bats: a mechanistic model linking wing damage to mortality
L Warnecke, JM Turner, TK Bollinger, V Misra, PM Cryan, DS Blehert, ...
Biology letters 9 (4), 20130177, 2013
1472013
Torpor and basking in a small arid zone marsupial
L Warnecke, JM Turner, F Geiser
Naturwissenschaften 95 (1), 73-78, 2008
1202008
The energetics of basking behaviour and torpor in a small marsupial exposed to simulated natural conditions
L Warnecke, F Geiser
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 180 (3), 437-445, 2010
472010
Behaviour of hibernating little brown bats experimentally inoculated with the pathogen that causes white-nose syndrome
A Wilcox, L Warnecke, JM Turner, LP McGuire, JW Jameson, V Misra, ...
Animal Behaviour 88, 157-164, 2014
402014
Conspecific disturbance contributes to altered hibernation patterns in bats with white-nose syndrome
JM Turner, L Warnecke, A Wilcox, D Baloun, TK Bollinger, V Misra, ...
Physiology & behavior 140, 71-78, 2015
372015
Body temperature variation of free-ranging and captive southern brown bandicoots Isoodon obesulus (Marsupialia: Peramelidae)
L Warnecke, PC Withers, E Schleucher, SK Maloney
Journal of Thermal Biology 32 (2), 72-77, 2007
322007
White-nose syndrome is associated with increased replication of a naturally persisting coronaviruses in bats
CM Davy, ME Donaldson, S Subudhi, N Rapin, L Warnecke, JM Turner, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 15508, 2018
292018
White-Nose Syndrome Disease Severity and a Comparison of Diagnostic Methods
LP McGuire, JM Turner, L Warnecke, G McGregor, TK Bollinger, V Misra, ...
EcoHealth 13 (1), 60-71, 2016
282016
A persistently infecting coronavirus in hibernating Myotis lucifugus, the North American little brown bat
S Subudhi, N Rapin, TK Bollinger, JE Hill, ME Donaldson, CM Davy, ...
Journal of General Virology 98 (9), 2297-2309, 2017
272017
Activation of innate immune-response genes in little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) infected with the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans
N Rapin, K Johns, L Martin, L Warnecke, JM Turner, TK Bollinger, ...
PloS one 9 (11), e112285, 2014
252014
Torpor in marsupials: recent advances
F Geiser, N Christian, CE Cooper, G Körtner, BM McAllan, CR Pavey, ...
2008) Hypometabolism in animals: torpor, hibernation and cryobiology …, 2008
252008
Basking behaviour and torpor use in free-ranging Planigale gilesi
L Warnecke, F Geiser
Australian Journal of Zoology 57 (6), 373-375, 2010
232010
Primate torpor expression: ghost of the climatic past
KH Dausmann, L Warnecke
Physiology 31 (6), 398-408, 2016
212016
Short-term movement patterns and diet of small dasyurid marsupials in semiarid Australia
L Warnecke, G Körtner, CJ Burwell, JM Turner, F Geiser
Australian Mammalogy 34 (1), 49-54, 2012
182012
Evidence of ‘sickness behaviour’in bats with white-nose syndrome
SJ Bohn, JM Turner, L Warnecke, C Mayo, LP McGuire, V Misra, ...
Behaviour 153 (8), 981-1003, 2016
172016
Food availability affects habitat use of Eurasian red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) in a semi-urban environment
S Reher, KH Dausmann, L Warnecke, JM Turner
Journal of Mammalogy 97 (6), 1543-1554, 2016
172016
Summer and winter torpor use by a free-ranging marsupial
JM Turner, G Körtner, L Warnecke, F Geiser
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2012
162012
Basking behaviour in relation to energy use and food availability in one of the smallest marsupials
L Warnecke, E Schleucher, F Geiser
Physiology & behavior 101 (3), 389-393, 2010
162010
Opportunistic hibernation by a free‐ranging marsupial
JM Turner, L Warnecke, G Körtner, F Geiser
Journal of Zoology 286 (4), 277-284, 2012
142012
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