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Recent Publications:

(student authors bolded)

Complete List of Published Work in MyBibliography:

1.  Ashford, M., Palackdharry, S., Sadd, B.M., Bowden, R.M., and Vogel, L.A.  Intestinal B cells in the red-eared slider turtle, Trachemys scripta: anatomical distribution and implications for ecological interactions with patheogenic microbes, Journal of Experimental Zoology A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology.  331:407-415, 2019.

2.  Vogel, L.A., Palackdharry, S., Zimmerman, L. M., and Bowden, R. M.  Humoral Immune Function in Long-Lived Ectotherms, the Reptiles. Handbook of Immunosenescence, 2019.

3. Zimmerman, L., Carter, A., Bowden, R.M., and Vogel, L.A.  Immunocompetence in a long-lived ectothermic vertebrate is temperature dependent but shows no decline in older adults, Functional Ecology, 31:1383-1389, 2017.

4.    Palackdharry, S., Sadd, B.M., Vogel, L.A., and Bowden, R.M.  The effect of environmental temperature on reptilian peripheral blood B cell functions.  Hormones and Behavior, 88:87-94, 2017.

5.  Sakaluk, S.K., Wilson, A.J., Bowers, E.K., Johnson, L.S., Masters, B.S., Johnson, B.G.P., Vogel, L.A., Forsman, A. M., Thompson, C. Genetic and environmental variation in condition, cutaneous immunity, and haematocrit in house wrens. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14:242-53, 2014.

6.        Bowers, E.K., Hodges, C.J., Forsman, A.M. Vogel, L.A., Masters, B.S., Johnson, B.G.P.,  Johnson, L.S.,  Thompson, C.F., and Sakaluk, S.  Neonatal body condition, immune responsiveness, and hematocrit predict longevity in a wild bird population. Ecology, 95(11): 3027-3034, 2014.

7.        Zimmerman, L. M., Bowden, R. M., and Vogel, L. A. A vertebrate cytokine primer for eco-immunologists. Functional Ecology, 28:1061-1073, 2014.

8.        Thompson, C.F., Sakaluk, S.K., Masters, B.S., Johnson, B.G., Vogel, L.A., Forsman, A.M., and Johnson, L.S.  Condition-dependent sex difference in nestling house wren (Troglodytes aedon) response to phytohaemagglutinin injection. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 92: 1-7, 2014.

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