Hugh Lefcort
Hugh Lefcort
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Heavy metals alter the survival, growth, metamorphosis, and antipredatory behavior of Columbia spotted frog (Rana luteiventris) tadpoles
H Lefcort, RA Meguire, LH Wilson, WF Ettinger
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 35 (3), 447-456, 1998
2461998
The effect of predator diet on the alarm response of red-legged frog, Rana aurora, tadpoles.
DJ Wilson, H Lefcort
Animal Behaviour, 1993
1871993
Adaptive, chemically mediated fright response in tadpoles of the southern leopard frog, Rana utricularia
H Lefcort
Copeia 1996 (2), 455-459, 1996
761996
Disease, predator avoidance, and vulnerability to predation in tadpoles
H Lefcort, AR Blaustein
Oikos, 469-474, 1995
741995
Ramifications of predator avoidance: predator and heavy‐metal‐mediated competition between tadpoles and snails
H Lefcort, SM Thomson, EE Cowles, HL Harowicz, BM Livaudais, ...
Ecological Applications 9 (4), 1477-1489, 1999
731999
Aquatic snails from mining sites have evolved to detect and avoid heavy metals
H Lefcort, DP Abbott, DA Cleary, E Howell, NC Keller, MM Smith
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 46 (4), 478-484, 2004
702004
The effects of used motor oil, silt, and the water mold Saprolegnia parasitica on the growth and survival of mole salamanders (Genus Ambystoma)
H Lefcort, KA Hancock, KM Maur, DC Rostal
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 32 (4), 383-388, 1997
691997
Antipredatory behaviour of feverish tadpoles: implications for pathogen transmission
H Lefcort, SM Eiger
Behaviour 126 (1-2), 13-27, 1993
601993
The effect of infection with Lyme disease spirochetes (Borrelia burgdorferi) on the phototaxis, activity, and questing height of the tick vector Ixodes scapularis
H Lefcort, LA Durden
Parasitology 113 (2), 97-103, 1996
571996
Antipredatory behavior as an index of heavy-metal pollution? A test using snails and caddisflies
H Lefcort, E Ammann, SM Eiger
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 38 (3), 311-316, 2000
552000
The effects of ploidy level on the thermal distributions of brine shrimp Artemia parthenogenetica and its ecological implications
L Zhang, H Lefcort
Heredity 66 (3), 445-452, 1991
551991
Indirect effects of heavy metals on parasites may cause shifts in snail species compositions
H Lefcort, MQ Aguon, KA Bond, KR Chapman, R Chaquette, J Clark, ...
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 43 (1), 34-41, 2002
542002
Hormetic effects of heavy metals in aquatic snails: is a little bit of pollution good?
H Lefcort, Z Freedman, S House, M Pendleton
EcoHealth 5 (1), 10-17, 2008
482008
Thermal preferences of resistant and susceptible strains of Biomphalaria glabrata (Gastropoda) exposed to Schistosoma mansoni (Trematoda)
H Lefcort, CJ Bayne
Parasitology 103 (3), 357-362, 1991
391991
Chemically mediated fright response in southern toad (Bufo terrestris) tadpoles
H Lefcort
Copeia, 445-450, 1998
361998
Parasite load and brightness in lizards: an interspecific test of the Hamilton and Zuk hypothesis
H Lefcort, AR Blaustein
Journal of Zoology 224 (3), 491-499, 1991
271991
75 years after mining ends stream insect diversity is still affected by heavy metals
H Lefcort, J Vancura, EL Lider
Ecotoxicology 19 (8), 1416-1425, 2010
232010
Terrestrial snails use predator-diet to assess danger
H Lefcort, F Ben-Ami, J Heller
Journal of Ethology 24 (1), 97-102, 2006
172006
Preparatory versus practice homework
H Lefcort, SM Eiger
Journal of College Science Teaching 33 (1), 16, 2003
172003
Pre-exposure to heavy metal pollution and the odor of predation decrease the ability of snails to avoid stressors
H Lefcort, EA Wehner, PL Cocco
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 64 (2), 273-280, 2013
142013
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