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Schultz, R.L., E.S. Lewis, R.P. Waters, H. Huang, J.P. Kirwan, A.M. Gerdes, and J.G. Swallow.  2013. Metabolic adaptation of skeletal muscle to voluntary wheel running exercise in hypertensive heart failure rats. Physiological Research (In Press).

 

Husak, J.F., G. Ribak, R.H. Baker, G.S. Wilkinson, and J.G. Swallow. 2013. Effects of phylogeny on wing shape evolution in stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology (In Press).

 

Waters, R.P , R.B. Pringle, G.LO. Forster, K.J. Renner, J.L. Malisch, T. Garland, Jr., and J.G. Swallow. 2013. Effects of selection for increased voluntary wheel running on behavioral activity, plasma corticosterone, and brain monoamines in mice. Brain Research 1508:9-22.

 

Worthington, A.M., C.M. Berns, and J.G. Swallow. 2012. Size matters, but so does shape:quantifying complex shape changes in a sexually selected trait in stalk-eyed flies (Diptera: Diopsidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106: 104-113.

 

Husak, J.F., G. Ribak, G.S. Wilkinson, and J.G. Swallow. 2011. Sexual dimorphism in wing beat frequency in relation to eye span in stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 104: 670-679.

 

Worthington, A.M. and J.G. Swallow. 2011. Using sequential analysis to explore sex differences in anti-predator behavior in stalk-eyed flies. Ethology 117: 829-837.

 

Egge, A. R. and John G. Swallow. 2011. Previous experience matters in the stalk-eyed fly, Teleopsis dalmanni. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 1731-1737.

 

Egge, A.R., Y. Brandt, J.G. Swallow. 2011. Sequential analysis of aggressive interactions in the stalk-eyed fly Teleopsis dalmanni. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 369-379

 

Husak, J.F., G. Ribak, G.S. Wilkinson, and J.G. Swallow. 2011. Compensation for exaggerated eyestalks in stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae). Functional Ecology 25: 608-616.

 

Husak, J.F. and J.G. Swallow. 2011. Compensatory traits and the evolution of male ornaments. Behaviour 148: 1-29.
 

Ribak, G, J.G. Swallow, and D. R. Jones. 2010. Drag-based ‘hovering’ in diving ducks: the hydrodynamics and energetic cost of staying near the bottom. PLoS One

 

Swallow, J.G., A.K. Wroblewska, R.P. Waters, K.J. Renner, S.L. Britton, and L.G. Koch. 2010.Phenotypic and evolutionary plasticity of body composition in rats selectively bred for high endurance capacity.  Journal of Applied Physiology 109: 778 - 785.
 
 

Waters, R.P., K.J. Renner, C.H. Summers, M.L. Watt, G.L. Foster, L.G. Koch, S.L. Britton, and J.G. Swallow. 2010. Genetic selection for endurance capacity modifies female endocrine stress responsiveness and coping ability. Brain Research 1357: 53-61.

 

Worthington, A.M. and J.G. Swallow. 2010. Gender differences in survival and anti-predatory behavior in stalk-eyed flies. Behavioral Ecology 21: 759 - 766.

 

Brandt, Y. and J.G. Swallow. 2009. Do the elongated eye stalks of diopsid flies facilitate rival assessment? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63:1243-1246.

 

Ribak, G., A.R. Egge, and J.G. Swallow. 2009. Saccadic head rotations during walking in the stalk-eyed fly (Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 276:1643-1649.

 

Ribak, G., M.L. Pitts, G.S. Wilkinson, and J.G. Swallow. 2009. Wing shape, wing size and sexual-dimorphism in eye-span in stalk-eyed flies. (Diopsidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 98:860-871.

 

Swallow, J.G., J. P. Hayes, P. Koteja, T. Garland, Jr. 2009. Selection experiments and experimental evolution of performance and physiology. In Garland, T., Jr., and M. R. Rose, eds. 2009. Experimental evolution: concepts, methods, and applications of selection experiments. University of California Press, Berkeley, California.

 

Waters, R.P., K.J. Renner, R.B. Pringle, C.H. Summers, S.L. Britton, L.G. Koch, and J.G. Swallow. 2008. Selection for aerobic capacity affects corticosterone, monoamines and wheel-running activity. Physiology & Behavior 93: 1044-1054.

 

Ribak, G. and J.G. Swallow. 2007. Free flight maneuvers of stalk-eyed flies: do eye stalks limit aerial turning behavior?  Journal of Comparative Physiology A 193: 1065-1079.

 

Schultz, R.L., J.G. Swallow, R.P. Waters, J.A. Kuzman, R.A. Redetzke, S. Said, and A.M. Gerdes.  2007. Effects of excessive long term exercise on cardiac myocyte remodeling in hypertensive heart failure prone rats.  Hypertension 50:410-416.

 

Christianson, S.J., J.G. Swallow, and G.S. Wilkinson. 2005. Rapid evolution of postzygotic reproductive isolation in stalk-eyed flies. Evolution 59:849-857.

 

Morgan, T.J., M.A. Evans, T. Garland, Jr., J.G. Swallow, and P.A. Carter. 2005. Molecular and quantitative genetic divergence among populations of house mice with known evolutionary histories. Heredity 2005:1-8.

 

Swallow, J.G. and T. Garland, Jr. 2005. Selection experiments as a tool in Evolutionary and Comparative Physiology: Insights into complex traits - an introduction to the symposium. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45:387-390.

 

Swallow, J.G., J.S. Rhodes, and T. Garland, Jr. 2005. Phenotypic and evolutionary plasticity of organ masses in response to voluntary exercise in house mice. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45:426-437.

 

Swallow, J.G., L.E. Wallace, S.J. Christianson, P.M. Johns, and G.S. Wilkinson. 2005. Genetic Divergence does not predict change in ornament expression among populations of stalk-eyed flies. Molecular Ecology 14:3787-3800.

 

Waters, R.P., A.J. Emerson, M.J. Watt, G.L. Forster, J.G. Swallow, C.H. Summers. 2005. Stress induces rapid changes in central catecholaminergic activity in Anolis carolinensis: Restraint and forced physical activity. Brain Research Bulletin 67:210-218.

 

Hochstetler, K.J., T. Garland, Jr., J.G. Swallow, P.A. Carter, and A. Bult-Ito. 2004. Number of arginine-vasopressin neurons in the suprachiasmatic nuclei is not related to level or circadian characteristics of wheel-running activity in house mice. Behavior Genetics
34:131-136. 

 

Wright, T.F., P.M. Johns, J.R. Walters, A.G. Lerner, J.G. Swallow, and G.S. Wilkinson. 2004. Microsatellite variation among divergent populations of stalk-eyed flies, genus Cyrtodiopsis. Genetical Research 84:27-40. 

 

Houle-Leroy, P., T. Garland, Jr., J. G. Swallow, and H. Guderley. 2003. Artificial selection creates a mighty mini-muscle in house mice, Mus domesticus. American Journal of Physiology 284:R433-R443. 

 

Koteja, P., J.G. Swallow, P.A. Carter, T. Garland, Jr. 2003. Different effects of intensity and duration of locomotor activity on circadian period (τ). Journal of Biological Rhythms
18:491-501.  

 

Koteja, P., J.G. Swallow, P.A. Carter, T. Garland, Jr. 2003. Food wasting by house mice: variation among individuals, families, and genetic lines. Physiology & Behavior 80:375-383. 

 

Morgan, T.J., T. Garland, Jr., B.L. Irwin, J.G. Swallow, and P.A. Carter. 2003. The mode of evolution of molecular markers in populations of house mice under artificial selection for locomotor behavior. Journal of Heredity 94:236-242. 

 

Wilkinson, G.S., J.G. Swallow, S.J. Toll, and K. Madden. 2003. Phylogeography of sex ratio and multiple mating in stalk-eyed flies from southeast Asia. Genetica 117:37-46. 

 

Garland, T., Jr., M.T. Morgan, J.G. Swallow, J.S. Rhodes, I. Girard, J.G. Belter, and P.A. Carter. 2002. Evolution of a small-muscle phenotype in lines of house mice selected for high activity levels. Evolution 56:1267-1275.

 

Girard, I., J.G. Swallow, P.A. Carter, P. Koteja, J.S. Rhodes, and T. Garland, Jr. 2002. Maternal-care behavior and life-history traits in house mice (Mus domesticus) artificially selected for high voluntary wheel-running activity.
Behavioral Processes 57:37-50.

 

Klomberg, K.F., T. Garland, Jr., J.G. Swallow, and P.A. Carter. 2002. Aggression, plasma testosterone levels, and testis size in house mice artificially selected for high activity levels. Physiology & Behavior 77:27-38.

 

Swallow, J.G., and G.S. Wilkinson. 2002. The long and short of sperm heteromorphism in insects.  Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 77:153-182.

 

Thomson, S.L., T. Garland, Jr., J.G. Swallow, and P.A. Carter. 2002. Response of Sod-2 enzyme activity to selection for high voluntary wheel running. Heredity 88:52-61.

 

Bronikowski, A.M., P.A. Carter, J.G. Swallow, I.A. Girard, J.S. Rhodes, and T. Garland, Jr. 2001. Open-field behavior of house mice artificially selected for high voluntary wheel running. Behavior Genetics 31:309-316.

 

Dumke, C.L., J.S. Rhodes, T. Garland, E. Maslowski, J.G. Swallow, A.C. Wetter, and G.D. Cartee. 2001. Genetic selection of mice for high voluntary wheel-running: Effects on skeletal muscle glucose uptake. Journal of Applied Physiology 91:1289-1297.

 

Koteja, P., J.G. Swallow, P.A. Carter, and T. Garland, Jr. 2001. Maximum cold-induced food consumption in mice selected forhigh locomotor activity: implications for the evolution of endotherm energy budgets. The Journal of Experimental Biology 204:1177-1190.

 

Swallow, J.G., T. Garland, Jr., P. Koteja, and P.A. Carter. 2001. Food consumption and body composition in mice selected for high wheel running activity. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 171:651-659.

 

Carter, P.A., S.J. Davis, J.G. Swallow, and T. Garland Jr. 2000. Nest building behavior: a correlated response to selection for increased wheel-running activity in house mice. Behavior Genetics 30:85-94.

 

Clobert, J., A. Oppliger, G. Sorci, B. Ernande, J.G. Swallow, and T. Garland, Jr. 2000. Trade-offs in phenotypic traits: endurance at birth, growth, survival, predation, and susceptibility to parasitism in a lizard, Lacerta vivipara. 
Functional Ecology 14:675-684.

 

Houle-Leroy, P., T Garland, Jr., J.G. Swallow, and H. Guderley. 2000. Effects of voluntary activity and genetic selection on muscle metabolic capacities in house mice, Mus domesticus. Journal of Applied Physiology 89:1608-1616.

 

Koteja, P., J.G. Swallow, P.A. Carter, and T. Garland, Jr. 2000. Individual variation and repeatability of maximum cold-induced energy assimilation in house mice. Acta Theriologica 45:455-470.

 

Rhodes, J.S., P. Koteja, J.G. Swallow, P.A. Carter and T. Garland, Jr. 2000. Body temperatures of house mice artificially selected for high voluntary wheel-running behavior: repeatability and effect of genetic selection. Journal of Thermal Biology 25:391-400.

 

Swallow, J.G., G.S. Wilkinson, and J.H. Marden. 2000. Aerial performance of stalk-eyed flies that differ in eye span. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 170:481-487.

 

Koteja, P., T. Garland, Jr., J.K. Sax, J.G. Swallow, and P.A. Carter. 1999. Behavior of house mice artificially selected for high levels of voluntary wheel running.
Animal Behavior 58:1307-1318.

 

Koteja, P., J.G. Swallow, P.A. Carter, and T. Garland, Jr. 1999. Energy cost of voluntary wheel running in laboratory house mice (Mus domesticus) selected for high activity. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 72:238-249.

 
 

Swallow, J.G., T. Garland, Jr., P. Koteja, and P.A. Carter. 1999. Artificial selection for increased wheel-running activity in house mice results in decreased body mass at maturity. The Journal of Experimental Biology 202:2513-2520.

 

Zhan, W.-,Z, J.G. Swallow, T. Garland, Jr., D.N. Proctor, P.A. Carter, G.C. Sieck. 1999. Effects of voluntary activity and genetic selection on the medial gastrocnemius muscle in house mice. Journal of Applied Physiology 87:2326-2333.

 

Coleman, M.A., T. Garland, Jr., C.A. Marler, S.S. Newton, J.G. Swallow, and P.A. Carter. 1998. Glucocorticoid response to forced exercise in laboratory house mice (Mus domesticus). Physiology & Behavior 63:279-285.

 

Krugner-Higby, L., A. Gedron, J.G. Swallow, T. Garland, Jr., P.A. Carter, and J.J. Lee. 1998. Eosinophilic polymyositis in a mouse. Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science 37:94-97.

 

Swallow, J.G., P.A. Carter, and T. Garland, Jr. 1998. Artificial selection for increased wheel-running behavior in house mice. Behavior Genetics 28:227-237.

 

Swallow, J.G., T. Garland, Jr., P.A. Carter, W.-Z. Zhan, and G.C. Sieck. 1998. Effects of voluntary activity and genetic selection on aerobic capacity in house mice (Mus domesticus). Journal of Applied Physiology 84:69-76.

 

Castilla, A.M., and J.G. Swallow. 1996. Thermal dependence of incubation duration under a cycling temperature regime in the lizard Podarcis hispanica atrata. Journal of Herpetology 30:247-253.

 

Swallow, J.G., and A.M. Castilla. 1996. Home range of the insular lizard Podarcis hispanica atrata. Herpetological Journal 6:100-102.

 

Castilla, A.M., and J.G. Swallow. 1995. Artificial egg-laying sites for lizards: a conservation strategy. Biological Conservation 72:387-391.

 

Sorci, G., J.G. Swallow, T. Garland, Jr., and J. Clobert. 1995. Quantitative genetics of locomotor speed and endurance in the lizard Lacerta vivipara.
Physiological Zoology 68:698-720.

 

Evans, E. and  J.G. Swallow. 1993. Numerical responses of natural enemies to artificial honeydew in Utah alfalfa. Environmental Entomology 22:1392-1401.