Justin G. Boyles

Affiliations: 
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States 
Area:
Physiological Ecology
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Boyles JG, McGuire LP, Boyles E, et al. (2016) Physiological and behavioral adaptations in bats living at high latitudes. Physiology & Behavior
Carey CS, Boyles JG. (2015) Interruption to cutaneous gas exchange is not a likely mechanism of WNS-associated death in bats. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 218: 1986-9
Minnaar C, Boyles JG, Minnaar IA, et al. (2015) Stacking the odds: Light pollution may shift the balance in an ancient predator-prey arms race Journal of Applied Ecology. 52: 522-531
Maine JJ, Boyles JG. (2015) Land cover influences dietary specialization of insectivorous bats globally Mammal Research. 60: 343-351
Cryan PM, Meteyer CU, Boyles JG, et al. (2013) White-nose syndrome in bats: Illuminating the darkness Bmc Biology. 11
Boyles JG, Thompson AB, Mckechnie AE, et al. (2013) A global heterothermic continuum in mammals Global Ecology and Biogeography. 22: 1029-1039
Boyles JG, Warne RW. (2013) A novel framework for predicting the use of facultative heterothermy by endotherms Journal of Theoretical Biology. 336: 242-245
Boyles JG, Sole CL, Cryan PM, et al. (2013) On estimating the economic value of insectivorous bats: Prospects and priorities for biologists Bat Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation. 501-515
Verant ML, Boyles JG, Waldrep W, et al. (2012) Temperature-Dependent Growth of Geomyces destructans, the Fungus That Causes Bat White-Nose Syndrome Plos One. 7
Boyles JG, Verburgt L, McKechnie AE, et al. (2012) Heterothermy in two mole-rat species subjected to interacting thermoregulatory challenges. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological Genetics and Physiology. 317: 73-82
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