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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : TEWL / total evaporative water loss

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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2018 Effects of Warm Temperatures on Metabolic Rate and Evaporative Water Loss in Tuatara, a Cool-Climate Rhynchocephalian Survivor. ---
2018 Thermal biology of two sympatric gerbil species: The physiological basis of temporal partitioning. BAT, NST, RMR, Ta, Tb, TNZ
2017 Avian thermoregulation in the heat: efficient evaporative cooling in two southern African nightjars. MHP, RMR, Ta, Tb
2017 Early life experience drives short-term acclimation of metabolic and osmoregulatory traits in the leaf-eared mouse. BMR, Mb, RMT, UCA
2017 Hung out to dry? Intraspecific variation in water loss in a hibernating bat. TMR
2016 Metabolic rate, evaporative water loss and thermoregulatory state in four species of bats in the Negev desert. CEWL, MR, RWL
2016 Organization of lipids in avian stratum corneum: Changes with temperature and hydration. CWL, SC, Ta
2016 Seasonal and geographical variation in heat tolerance and evaporative cooling capacity in a passerine bird. RMR, Ta, Tb
2015 Environmental metabolomics reveal geographic variation in aerobic metabolism and metabolic substrates in Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus). RMR
10  2015 Physiological state influences evaporative water loss and microclimate preference in the snake Vipera aspis. ---
11  2014 Partitioning of evaporative water loss into respiratory and cutaneous pathways in Wahlberg's epauletted fruit bats (Epomophorus wahlbergi). CEWL, REWL, RMR, Ta, Tb
12  2012 Geographic variation in the association between exploratory behavior and physiology in rufous-collared sparrows. BMR
13  2008 Repeatability and individual correlates of basal metabolic rate and total evaporative water loss in birds: a case study in European stonechats. BMR
14  2007 Differences in the physiological responses to temperature among stonechats from three populations reared in a common environment. ---
15  2006 Physiological acclimation of a desert antelope, Arabian oryx (Oryx leucoryx), to long-term food and water restriction. RMR
16  2006 Physiological adjustments of sand gazelles (Gazella subgutturosa) to a boom-or-bust economy: standard fasting metabolic rate, total evaporative water loss, and changes in the sizes of organs during food and water restriction. SFMR
17  2006 Water and energy economy of an omnivorous bird: population differences in the Rufous-collared Sparrow (Zonotrichia capensis). BMR
18  2004 A phylogenetic analysis of basal metabolism, total evaporative water loss, and life-history among foxes from desert and mesic regions. BMR
19  2004 Partitioning of evaporative water loss in white-winged doves: plasticity in response to short-term thermal acclimation. CEWL, REWL
20  2003 Adaptation of metabolism and evaporative water loss along an aridity gradient. BMR
21  2002 Cutaneous and respiratory water loss in larks from arid and mesic environments. RWL
22  2002 Ecological and evolutionary physiology of desert birds: a progress report. BMR, FMR, WTO
23  2002 Energy expenditure and water flux of Ruppell's foxes in Saudi Arabia. FMR
24  2002 Physiological adjustments to arid and mesic environments in larks (Alaudidae). BMR
25  2002 Physiological responses of Houbara bustards to high ambient temperatures. RMR
26  2001 Seasonal variation in energy expenditure, water flux and food consumption of Arabian oryx Oryx leucoryx. FMRs, WIRs
27  2000 Flexibility in basal metabolic rate and evaporative water loss among hoopoe larks exposed to different environmental temperatures. BMR
28  1999 The role of hyperthermia in the water economy of desert birds. Ta, Tb
29  1999 The role of the nasal passages in the water economy of crested larks and desert larks. Ta, Tex
30  1994 Rates of heat and water loss in female mink (Mustela vison) measured by direct calorimetry. EE, THL