C L. Ralph

"C Ralph"
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Firth BT, Turner JS, Ralph CL. (1989) Thermoregulatory behaviour in two species of iguanid lizards (Crotaphytus collaris and Sauromalus obesus): diel variation and the effect of pinealectomy Journal of Comparative Physiology B. 159: 13-20
Phillips JA, Harlow HJ, McArthur NH, et al. (1986) Epithalamus of the nine-banded armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. a, Comparative Physiology. 85: 477-81
Gettinger RD, Ralph CL. (1985) Thermoregulatory responses to photoperiod by kangaroo rats (Dipodomys ordii): influence of night lighting on nonshivering thermogenesis and resting metabolism. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 234: 335-40
Ralph CL, Young S, Gettinger R, et al. (1985) Does the manatee have a pineal body? Acta Zoologica. 66: 55-60
Ralph CL. (1983) Evolution of pineal control of endocrine function in lower vertebrates Integrative and Comparative Biology. 23: 597-605
Ralph CL, Harlow HJ, Phillips JA. (1982) Delayed effect of pinealectomy on hibernation of the golden-mantled ground squirrel. International Journal of Biometeorology. 26: 311-28
Harlow HJ, Phillips JA, Ralph CL. (1982) Circadian rhythms and the effects of exogenous melatonin in the nine-banded armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus: a mammal lacking a distinct pineal gland. Physiology & Behavior. 29: 307-13
Roltsch IA, Nockels CF, Ralph CL. (1982) Photogonadal responses in vitamin a deficient cockerels Nutrition Research. 2: 499-511
Harlow HJ, Phillips JA, Ralph CL. (1981) Day - night rhythm in plasma melatonin in a mammal lacking a distinct pineal gland, the nine-banded armadillo. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 45: 212-8
Kavaliers M, Ralph CL. (1981) Encephalic photoreceptor involvement in the entrainment and control of circadian activity of young American alligators. Physiology & Behavior. 26: 413-8
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