G J Kenagy
G J Kenagy
Professor of Biology and Curator of Mammals, Emeritus, University of Washington
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Size and function of mammalian testes in relation to body size
GJ Kenagy, SC Trombulak
Journal of Mammalogy 67 (1), 1-22, 1986
Comparative phylogeography as an integrative approach to historical biogeography
BS Arbogast, GJ Kenagy
Journal of Biogeography 28 (7), 819-825, 2001
Daily and seasonal patterns of activity and energetics in a heteromyid rodent community
GJ Kenagy
Ecology 54 (6), 1201-1219, 1973
Annual cycle of energy and time expenditure in a golden-mantled ground squirrel population
GJ Kenagy, SM Sharbaugh, KA Nagy
Oecologia 78 (2), 269-282, 1989
Torpor duration in relation to temperature and metabolism in hibernating ground squirrels
F Geiser, GJ Kenagy
Physiological Zoology 61 (5), 442-449, 1988
Polyunsaturated lipid diet lengthens torpor and reduces body temperature in a hibernator
F Geiser, GJ Kenagy
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1987
Natural regulation of reproductive cycles
JC Wingfield, GJ Kenagy
Vertebrate endocrinology: fundamentals and biomedical implications 4 (Part B …, 1991
Energy metabolism, testosterone and corticosterone in white-crowned sparrows
M Wikelski, S Lynn, JC Breuner, JC Wingfield, GJ Kenagy
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 185 (5), 463-470, 1999
Seasonal changes in plasma glucocorticosteroids of free-living female yellow-pine chipmunks: effects of reproduction and capture and handling
GJ Kenagy, NJ Place
General and comparative endocrinology 117 (2), 189-199, 2000
Seasonal changes in body mass, insulin, and glucocorticoids of free-living golden-mantled ground squirrels
T Boswell, SC Woods, GJ Kenagy
General and comparative endocrinology 96 (3), 339-346, 1994
Energy expenditure during lactation in relation to litter size in free-living golden-mantled ground squirrels
GJ Kenagy, D Masman, SM Sharbaugh, KA Nagy
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 73-88, 1990
Nutritional value of hypogeous fungus for a forest‐dwelling ground squirrel
SJ Cork, GJ Kenagy
Ecology 70 (3), 577-586, 1989
Seasonal glucocorticoid responses to capture in wild free-living mammals
LM Romero, CJ Meister, NE Cyr, GJ Kenagy, JC Wingfield
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2008
Seasonal reproductive patterns in five coexisting california desert rodent species: ecological archives M055-002
GJ Kenagy, GA Bartholomew
Ecological Monographs 55 (4), 371-397, 1985
Seasonal changes in plasma testosterone and glucocorticosteroids in free-living male yellow-pine chipmunks and the response to capture and handling
NJ Place, GJ Kenagy
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 170 (3), 245-251, 2000
Seasonal reproductive patterns in four coexisting rodent species from the Cascade Mountains, Washington
GJ Kenagy, BM Barnes
Journal of Mammalogy 69 (2), 274-292, 1988
Saltbush leaves: excision of hypersaline tissue by a kangaroo rat
GJ Kenagy
Science 178 (4065), 1094-1096, 1972
Reingestion of feces in rodents and its daily rhythmicity
GJ Kenagy, DF Hoyt
Oecologia 44 (3), 403-409, 1979
Energy allocation for reproduction in the golden-mantled ground squirrel
GJ Kenagy
Symposia of the Zoological Society of London 57, 259-273, 1987
The degree of dietary fatty acid unsaturation affects torpor patterns and lipid composition of a hibernator
F Geiser, BM McAllan, GJ Kenagy
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 164 (4), 299-305, 1994
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