Rory Telemeco, M.S.

Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
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Fredric Janzen grad student 2009- Iowa State
Troy Baird grad student 2007-2009 University of Central Oklahoma
Richard Shine research scientist 2007-2008 University of Sydney
 (Fulbright Fellow)
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Telemeco RS, Gangloff EJ. (2021) Introduction to the special issue-Beyond CT and CT : Advances in studying the thermal limits of reptiles and amphibians. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological and Integrative Physiology. 335: 5-12
Taylor EN, Diele-Viegas LM, Gangloff EJ, et al. (2020) The thermal ecology and physiology of reptiles and amphibians: A user's guide. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological and Integrative Physiology
Telemeco RS, Gangloff EJ. (2020) Analyzing Stress as a Multivariate Phenotype. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Telemeco RS, Simpson DY, Tylan C, et al. (2019) Contrasting responses of lizards to divergent ecological stressors across biological levels of organization. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Gangloff EJ, Telemeco RS. (2018) High temperature, oxygen, and performance: Insights from reptiles and amphibians. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Cordero GA, Telemeco RS, Gangloff EJ. (2017) Reptile embryos are not capable of behavioral thermoregulation in the egg. Evolution & Development
Telemeco RS, Gangloff EJ, Cordero GA, et al. (2017) Physiology at near-critical temperatures, but not critical limits, varies between two lizard species that partition the thermal environment. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Gangloff EJ, Holden KG, Telemeco RS, et al. (2016) Hormonal and metabolic responses to upper temperature extremes in divergent life-history ecotypes of a garter snake. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Telemeco RS, Gangloff EJ, Cordero GA, et al. (2016) Reptile Embryos Lack the Opportunity to Thermoregulate by Moving within the Egg. The American Naturalist. 188: E13-E27
Smith C, Telemeco RS, Angilletta MJ, et al. (2015) Oxygen supply limits the heat tolerance of lizard embryos. Biology Letters. 11: 20150113
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