Christopher Turbill
Christopher Turbill
Research Fellow, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, University of Western Sydney
Verified email at uws.edu.au
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Hibernation is associated with increased survival and the evolution of slow life histories among mammals
C Turbill, C Bieber, T Ruf
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1723), 3355-3363, 2011
2272011
Measuring telomere length and telomere dynamics in evolutionary biology and ecology
DH Nussey, D Baird, E Barrett, W Boner, J Fairlie, N Gemmell, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (4), 299-310, 2014
1562014
Hibernation and daily torpor minimize mammalian extinctions
F Geiser, C Turbill
Naturwissenschaften 96 (10), 1235-1240, 2009
1312009
Do patterns of torpor differ between free-ranging and captive mammals and birds?
F Geiser, JC Holloway, G Körtner, TA Maddocks, C Turbill, RM Brigham
Life in the cold, 95-102, 2000
1142000
Summer torpor in a free-ranging bat from subtropical Australia
C Turbill, BS Law, F Geiser
Journal of Thermal Biology 28 (3), 223-226, 2003
962003
Natural use of heterothermy by a small, tree-roosting bat during summer
C Turbill, G Körtner, F Geiser
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76 (6), 868-876, 2003
922003
Hibernation by tree-roosting bats
C Turbill, F Geiser
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 178 (5), 597-605, 2008
862008
Regulation of heart rate and rumen temperature in red deer: effects of season and food intake
C Turbill, T Ruf, T Mang, W Arnold
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (6), 963-970, 2011
772011
Introducing mother’s curse: low male fertility associated with an imported mtDNA haplotype in a captive colony of brown hares
S Smith, C Turbill, F Suchentrunk
Molecular ecology 19 (1), 36-43, 2010
732010
Passive rewarming from torpor in mammals and birds: energetic, ecological and evolutionary implications
F Geiser, RL Drury, G Körtner, C Turbill, CR Pavey, RM Brigham
Life in the cold: evolution, mechanisms, adaptation, and application 27, 51-62, 2004
732004
Hibernation by a free-ranging subtropical bat (Nyctophilus bifax)
C Stawski, C Turbill, F Geiser
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 179 (4), 433-441, 2009
602009
Thermal physiology of pregnant and lactating female and male long-eared bats, Nyctophilus geoffroyi and N. gouldi
C Turbill, F Geiser
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 176 (2), 165-172, 2006
602006
Winter activity of Australian tree‐roosting bats: Influence of temperature and climatic patterns
C Turbill
Journal of Zoology 276 (3), 285-290, 2008
572008
Daily torpor is associated with telomere length change over winter in Djungarian hamsters
C Turbill, S Smith, C Deimel, T Ruf
Biology Letters 8 (2), 304-307, 2012
562012
Torpor and thermal energetics in a tiny Australian vespertilionid, the little forest bat (Vespadelus vulturnus)
CKR Willis, C Turbill, F Geiser
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 175 (7), 479-486, 2005
552005
Roosting and thermoregulatory behaviour of male Gould’s long-eared bats, Nyctophilus gouldi: energetic benefits of thermally unstable tree roosts
C Turbill
Australian Journal of Zoology 54 (1), 57-60, 2006
462006
Seasonal variation in telomere length of a hibernating rodent
C Turbill, T Ruf, S Smith, C Bieber
Biology Letters 9 (2), 20121095, 2013
442013
High survival during hibernation affects onset and timing of reproduction
C Bieber, R Juškaitis, C Turbill, T Ruf
Oecologia 169 (1), 155-166, 2012
402012
Thermoregulatory Behavior of Tree-Roosting Chocolate Wattled Bats (Chalinolobus morio) during Summer and Winter
C Turbill
Journal of Mammalogy 87 (2), 318-323, 2006
402006
Late-born intermittently fasted juvenile garden dormice use torpor to grow and fatten prior to hibernation: consequences for ageing processes
S Giroud, S Zahn, F Criscuolo, I Chery, S Blanc, C Turbill, T Ruf
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1797), 20141131, 2014
352014
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