Karen M. Warkentin, M.Sc., Ph.D.

Biology Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Phenotypic plasticity, hatching, amphibians
"Karen Warkentin"
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Salica MJ, Vonesh JR, Warkentin KM. (2017) Egg clutch dehydration induces early hatching in red-eyed treefrogs, Agalychnis callidryas. Peerj. 5: e3549
Cohen KL, Seid MA, Warkentin KM. (2016) How embryos escape from danger: the mechanism of rapid, plastic hatching in red-eyed treefrogs. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 1875-83
McCoy MW, Wheat SK, Warkentin KM, et al. (2015) Risk assessment based on indirect predation cues: revisiting fine-grained variation. Ecology and Evolution. 5: 4523-8
Bouchard SS, O'Leary CJ, Wargelin LJ, et al. (2015) Alternative competition-induced digestive strategies yield equal growth, but constrain compensatory growth in red-eyed treefrog larvae. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological Genetics and Physiology
Touchon JC, McCoy MW, Landberg T, et al. (2015) Putting μ/g in a new light: plasticity in life history switch points reflects fine-scale adaptive responses. Ecology. 96: 2192-202
Hughey MC, Rogge JR, Thomas K, et al. (2015) Escape-hatching responses of individual treefrog embryos vary with threat level in wasp attacks: A mechanistic analysis Behaviour. 152: 1543-1568
Tarvin RD, Silva Bermúdez C, Briggs VS, et al. (2015) Carry-over Effects of Size at Metamorphosis in Red-eyed Treefrogs: Higher Survival but Slower Growth of Larger Metamorphs Biotropica. 47: 218-226
Bouchard SS, O'Leary CJ, Wargelin LJ, et al. (2015) Post-metamorphic carry-over effects of larval digestive plasticity Functional Ecology
Willink B, Palmer MS, Landberg T, et al. (2014) Environmental context shapes immediate and cumulative costs of risk-induced early hatching Evolutionary Ecology. 28: 103-116
Touchon JC, Jiménez RR, Abinette SH, et al. (2013) Behavioral plasticity mitigates risk across environments and predators during anuran metamorphosis. Oecologia. 173: 801-11
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