Jack P Hayes
Jack P Hayes
Professor of Biology, University of Nevada
Verified email at unr.edu
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Morphometric indices of body condition in birds: a review
MK Labocha, JP Hayes
Journal of Ornithology 153 (1), 1-22, 2012
2662012
The evolution of endothermy: testing the aerobic capacity model
JP Hayes, T Garland Jr
Evolution 49 (5), 836-847, 1995
2301995
Natural selection on thermogenic capacity of high‐altitude deer mice
JP Hayes, CS O'Connor
Evolution 53 (4), 1280-1287, 1999
1901999
Individual variation in mammals
JP Hayes, SH Jenkins
Journal of Mammalogy 78 (2), 274-293, 1997
1831997
Individual variation in metabolism and reproduction of Mus: are energetics and life history linked?
JP Hayes, T Garland Jr, MR Dohm
Functional Ecology, 5-14, 1992
1561992
Morphometric indicators of body condition: worthwhile or wishful thinking
JP Hayes, JS Shonkwiler
1292001
Which body condition index is best?
MK Labocha, H Schutz, JP Hayes
Oikos 123 (1), 111-119, 2014
1212014
The quantitative genetics of maximal and basal rates of oxygen consumption in mice
MR Dohm, JP Hayes, T Garland Jr
Genetics 159 (1), 267-277, 2001
1202001
Altitudinal and seasonal effects on aerobic metabolism of deer mice
JP Hayes
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 159 (4), 453-459, 1989
1161989
Selection experiments and experimental evolution of performance and physiology
JG Swallow, JP Hayes, P Koteja, T Garland Jr
Experimental evolution: concepts, methods, and applications of selection …, 2009
1122009
Sampling bias in respirometry
JP Hayes, JR Speakman, PA Racey
Physiological Zoology 65 (3), 604-619, 1992
1121992
The contributions of local heating and reducing exposed surface area to the energetic benefits of huddling by short-tailed field voles (Microtus agrestis)
JP Hayes, JR Speakman, PA Racey
Physiological Zoology 65 (4), 742-762, 1992
1041992
Field and maximal metabolic rates of deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) at low and high altitudes
JP Hayes
Physiological Zoology 62 (3), 732-744, 1989
1041989
QUANTITATIVE GENETICS OF SPRINT RUNNING SPEED AND SWIMMING ENDURANCE IN LABORATORY HOUSE MICE (MUS DOMESTICUS)
MR Dohm, JP Hayes, T Garland Jr
Evolution 50 (4), 1688-1701, 1996
941996
Individual consistency of maximal oxygen consumption in deer mice
JP Hayes, MA Chappell
Functional Ecology, 495-503, 1990
891990
Effects of cold acclimation on maximum oxygen consumption during cold exposure and treadmill exercise in deer mice, Peromyscus maniculatus
JP Hayes, MA Chappell
Physiological Zoology 59 (4), 473-481, 1986
841986
Pairing success of Kirtland's Warblers in marginal vs. suitable habitat
JR Probst, JP Hayes
The Auk 104 (2), 234-241, 1987
831987
HEMOGLOBIN POLYMORPHISMS IN DEER MICE (PEROMYSCUS MANICULATUS): PHYSIOLOGY OF BETA‐GLOBIN VARIANTS AND ALPHA‐GLOBIN …
MA Chappell, JP Hayes, LRG Snyder
Evolution 42 (4), 681-688, 1988
791988
Allometry, antilog transformations, and the perils of prediction on the original scale
JP Hayes, J Scott Shonkwiler
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79 (3), 665-674, 2006
782006
Genetic variances and covariances of aerobic metabolic rates in laboratory mice
B Wone, MW Sears, MK Labocha, ER Donovan, JP Hayes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1673), 3695-3704, 2009
752009
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