PUBLICATIONS

 

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Templeman, N.M., H. Schutz, T. Garland, Jr., and G. B. McClelland. (2012)  Do Mice Selectively Bred for High Locomotor Activity Have a Greater Reliance on Lipids to Power Submaximal Aerobic Exercise? American Journal of Physiology 303 (1): R101-R111. PDF
Downs, C.J., H. Schutz, T.H. Meek, E.M. Dlugosz, W. Acosta and T. Garland Jr. (2012) Within life-time trade-offs but evolutionary freedom for hormonal and immunological traits: evidence from mice bred for high voluntary exercise. Journal of Experimental Biology 215:1651-1661. PDF
Garland T. Jr., H. Schutz, M. A. Chappell, B. K. Keeney, T. H. Meek, L. E. Copes, W. Acosta, C. Drenowatz, R. C. Maciel, G. van Dijk, C. M. Kotz    and J. C. Eisenmann. (2011) The biological control of voluntary exercise, spontaneous physical activity and daily energy expenditure in relation to obesity: human and rodent perspectives. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 214: 206-229. PDF

Hannon R.M., T.H. Meek, W. Acosta, R.C. Maciel, H. Schutz and T. Jr. Garland. (2010)Sex-Specific Heterosis in Line Crosses of Mice Selectively   Bred for High Locomotor Activity. Behavioral Genetics. 41 (4) : 615-624. PDF

Schutz, H., E.R. Donovan, and J. P. Hayes. (2009) Effects of Parity on Pelvic Size and Shape Dimorphism in Mus. Journal of Morphology 270 (7)  834-842. PDF

Schutz, H., P.D. Polly, J.D. Krieger and R.P. Guralnick.(2009) Differential Sexual Dimorphism: Size and Shape in the Cranium and Pelvis of Gray   Foxes (Urocyon). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96 (2): 339-353. PDF

Schutz, H. and Robert. P. Guralnick.(2007) Postcranial element shape and function: assessing locomotor mode in extant and extinct mustelid carnivorans. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 150 (4):895-914. PDF