Rosemary Knapp
Rosemary Knapp
Professor of Biology, University of Oklahoma
Verified email at ou.edu
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Hormonal control and evolution of alternative male phenotypes: generalizations of models for sexual differentiation
MC Moore, DK Hews, R Knapp
American Zoologist, 133-151, 1998
2251998
Seasonal variation of steroid hormone levels in an intertidal-nesting fish, the vocal plainfin midshipman
JA Sisneros, PM Forlano, R Knapp, AH Bass
General and comparative endocrinology 136 (1), 101-116, 2004
1692004
Early exposure to androgens affects adult expression of alternative male types in tree lizards
DK Hews, R Knapp, MC Moore
Hormones and Behavior 28 (1), 96-115, 1994
1471994
Activity patterns, behavior and growth in gypsy moth and Eastern tent caterpillars
R Knapp, TM Casey
Ecology 67, 598-608, 1986
146*1986
Steroid Hormones and Paternal Care in the Plainfin Midshipman Fish (Porichthys notatus)
R Knapp, JC Wingfield, AH Bass
Hormones and behavior 35 (1), 81-89, 1999
1371999
Male morphs in tree lizards have different testosterone responses to elevated levels of corticosterone
R Knapp, MC Moore
General and comparative endocrinology 107 (2), 273-279, 1997
1111997
Hormonal responses to aggression vary in different types of agonistic encounters in male tree lizards, Urosaurus ornatus
R Knapp, MC Moore
Hormones and behavior 29 (1), 85-105, 1995
921995
Steroid hormone profiles and relative body condition of calling and satellite toads: implications for proximate regulation of behavior in anurans
CJ Leary, TS Jessop, AM Garcia, R Knapp
Behavioral Ecology 15 (2), 313-320, 2004
872004
Endocrine mediation of vertebrate male alternative reproductive tactics: the next generation of studies
R Knapp
Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (5), 658-668, 2003
862003
Male morphs in tree lizards, Urosaurus ornatus, have different delayed hormonal responses to aggressive encounters
R KNAPP, MC MOORE
Animal Behaviour 52 (5), 1045-1055, 1996
791996
Plasma levels of androgens and cortisol in relation to breeding behavior in parental male bluegill sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus
SE Magee, BD Neff, R Knapp
Hormones and behavior 49 (5), 598-609, 2006
772006
Plasma Steroid-Binding Globulin Mediation of Differences in Stress Reactivity in Alternative Male Phenotypes in Tree Lizards, Urosaurus ornatus
DH Jennings, MC Moore, R Knapp, L Matthews, M Orchinik
General and comparative endocrinology 120 (3), 289-299, 2000
722000
Elevated corticosterone levels elicit non-calling mating tactics in male toads independently of changes in circulating androgens
CJ Leary, AM Garcia, R Knapp
Hormones and behavior 49 (4), 425-432, 2006
672006
Social mediation of sexually selected ornamentation and steroid hormone levels in male junglefowl
TH Parker, R Knapp, JA Rosenfield
Animal Behaviour 64 (2), 291-298, 2002
642002
Social interactions and cortisol treatment increase the production of aggressive electrocommunication signals in male electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus
KD Dunlap, PL Pelczar, R Knapp
Hormones and behavior 42 (2), 97-108, 2002
552002
Environmental and endocrine correlates of tactic switching by nonterritorial male tree lizards (Urosaurus ornatus)
R Knapp, DK Hews, CW Thompson, LE Ray, MC Moore
Hormones and Behavior 43 (1), 83-92, 2003
532003
Dynamic endocrine responses to stress: evidence for energetic constraints and status dependence in breeding male green turtles
TS Jessop, R Knapp, JM Whittier, CJ Limpus
General and Comparative Endocrinology 126 (1), 59-67, 2002
522002
Stress Hormone Is Implicated in Satellite‐Caller Associations and Sexual Selection in the Great Plains Toad
CJ Leary, AM Garcia, R Knapp
The American Naturalist 168 (4), 431-440, 2006
442006
A non-invasive method for sustained elevation of steroid hormone levels in reptiles
R Knapp, MC Moore
Herpetological Review 28 (1), 33-35, 1997
421997
Steroid hormones in bluegill, a species with male alternative reproductive tactics including female mimicry
R Knapp, BD Neff
Biology letters 3 (6), 628-632, 2007
402007
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