Theodore Garland, Jr., Ph.D

Biology University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
evolutionary physiology, comparative physiology, quantitative genetics, experimental evolution, phylogenetic comparative methods, physiological ecology, statistics, herpetology, mammalogy, exercise physiology, behavior, motivation
"Theodore Garland, Jr."
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Jonathan L. Temte grad student 1988-1993 UW Madison
Christopher S. Richardson grad student 1991-1993 UW Madison
Susan J. Bulova grad student 1988-1994 UW Madison
Michael R. Dohm grad student 1988-1994 UW Madison
Christine M. Wolf grad student 1992-1994 UW Madison
Ramon Diaz-Uriarte grad student 1993-1996 UW Madison (Neurotree)
John Swallow grad student 1992-1998 UW Madison (Neurotree)
Nicola Anthony grad student 1996-1998 UW Madison
Kevin E. Bonine grad student 1995-2001 UW Madison
Justin S. Rhodes grad student 1998-2002 UW Madison (Neurotree)
Guo Li grad student 2000-2002 UW Madison
Mohammed Al-kahtani grad student 1998-2003 UW Madison
Enrico L. Rezende grad student 2005 UC Riverside
Jessica Malisch grad student 2002-2007 St. Mary's College of Maryland (Neurotree)
Scott A. Kelly grad student 2008 UC Riverside
Robert Hannon grad student 2010 UC Riverside
Erik M. Kolb grad student 2010 UC Riverside
Christopher E. Oufiero grad student 2010 UC Riverside (Biomechanics Tree)
Brooke K. Keeney grad student 2011 UC Riverside
Gabriel  E. A. Gartner grad student 2005-2011 UC Riverside
Thomas H. Meek grad student 2006-2011 UC Riverside
Wendy Acosta grad student 2008-2015 UC Riverside
Gerald C. Claghorn grad student 2010-2016 UC Riverside
Layla Hiramatsu grad student 2012-2017 UC Riverside (Neurotree)
Zoe Thompson grad student 2012-2017 UC Riverside
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Schmill MP, Cadney MD, Thompson Z, et al. (2020) Conditioned Place Preference for Cocaine and Methylphenidate in Female Mice from Lines Selectively Bred for High Voluntary Wheel-Running Behavior. Genes, Brain, and Behavior. e12700
Malisch JL, Garland T, Claggett L, et al. (2020) Living on the edge: Glucocorticoid physiology in desert iguanas (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) is predicted by distance from an anthropogenic disturbance, body condition, and population density. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 113468
Singleton JM, Garland T. (2019) Influence of corticosterone on growth, home-cage activity, wheel running, and aerobic capacity in house mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel-running behavior. Physiology & Behavior. 198: 27-41
Kay JC, Claghorn GC, Thompson Z, et al. (2018) Electrocardiograms of mice selectively bred for high levels of voluntary exercise: Effects of short-term exercise training and the mini-muscle phenotype. Physiology & Behavior
Dewan I, Garland T, Hiramatsu L, et al. (2018) I Smell a Mouse: Indirect Genetic Effects on Voluntary Wheel-Running Distance, Duration and Speed. Behavior Genetics
Zhang P, Rhodes JS, Garland T, et al. (2018) Brain region-dependent gene networks associated with selective breeding for increased voluntary wheel-running behavior. Plos One. 13: e0201773
Hiramatsu L, Garland T. (2018) Mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel-running behavior conserve more fat despite increased exercise. Physiology & Behavior
Wone BWM, Yim WC, Schutz H, et al. (2018) Mitochondrial haplotypes are not associated with mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel running. Mitochondrion
Thompson Z, Kolb EM, Garland T. (2017) High-runner mice have reduced incentive salience for a sweet-taste reward when housed with wheel access. Behavioural Processes
Xu S, Garland T. (2017) A Mixed Model Approach to Genome-Wide Association Studies for Selection Signatures, with Application to Mice Bred for Voluntary Exercise Behavior. Genetics
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