Gerardo Antonio Cordero

2018-2020 Fachbereich Geowissenschaften Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
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Cordero GA, Birk K, Ruane S, et al. (2022) Effects of the egg incubation environment on turtle carapace development. Evolution & Development
Cordero GA, Werneburg I. (2022) Domestication and the comparative embryology of birds. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part B, Molecular and Developmental Evolution
Cordero GA, Vamberger M, Fritz U, et al. (2022) Skeletal repatterning enhances the protective capacity of the shell in African hinge-back tortoises (Kinixys). Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Núñez-León D, Cordero GA, Schlindwein X, et al. (2021) Shifts in growth, but not differentiation, foreshadow the formation of exaggerated forms under chicken domestication. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20210392
Cordero GA. (2021) Disentangling the correlated evolution of body size, life history, and ontogeny in miniaturized chelydroid turtles. Evolution & Development. e12386
Cordero GA. (2020) Transcriptomic similarities and differences between the limb bud AER and unique carapacial ridge of turtle embryos. Evolution & Development. 22: 370-383
Cordero GA, Sánchez-Villagra MR, Werneburg I. (2020) An irregular hourglass pattern describes the tempo of phenotypic development in placental mammal evolution. Biology Letters. 16: 20200087
Cordero GA, Stearns S, Quinteros K, et al. (2019) The postembryonic transformation of the shell in emydine box turtles. Evolution & Development. e12307
Kouyoumdjian L, Gangloff EJ, Souchet J, et al. (2019) Transplanting gravid lizards to high elevation alters maternal and embryonic oxygen physiology, but not reproductive success or hatchling phenotype. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Gangloff EJ, Sorlin M, Cordero GA, et al. (2019) Lizards at the Peak: Physiological Plasticity Does Not Maintain Performance in Lizards Transplanted to High Altitude. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 92: 189-200
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