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John B. Phillips

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, United States 
"John Phillips"
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Benediktová K, Adámková J, Svoboda J, et al. (2020) Magnetic alignment enhances homing efficiency of hunting dogs. Elife. 9
Benediktová K, Adámková J, Svoboda J, et al. (2020) Author response: Magnetic alignment enhances homing efficiency of hunting dogs Elife
Landler L, Skelton J, Painter MS, et al. (2019) Ectosymbionts alter spontaneous responses to the Earth's magnetic field in a crustacean. Scientific Reports. 9: 3105
Painter MS, Davis M, Ganesh S, et al. (2018) Evidence for plasticity in magnetic nest-building orientation in laboratory mice Animal Behaviour. 138: 93-100
Landler L, Painter MS, Coe BH, et al. (2017) High levels of maternally transferred mercury disrupt magnetic responses of snapping turtle hatchlings (Chelydra serpentina). Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 228: 19-25
Painter MS, Blanco JA, Malkemper EP, et al. (2016) Use of bio-loggers to characterize red fox behavior with implications for studies of magnetic alignment responses in free-roaming animals Animal Biotelemetry. 4
McCullagh EA, Cristol DA, Phillips JB. (2015) Plumage color and reproductive output of eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis) nesting near a mercury-contaminated river. Journal of Environmental Science and Health. Part a, Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering. 50: 1020-8
Diego-Rasilla FJ, Luengo RM, Phillips JB. (2015) Evidence of light-dependent magnetic compass orientation in urodele amphibian larvae. Behavioural Processes. 118: 1-7
Landler L, Painter MS, Youmans PW, et al. (2015) Spontaneous magnetic alignment by yearling snapping turtles: rapid association of radio frequency dependent pattern of magnetic input with novel surroundings. Plos One. 10: e0124728
Malkemper EP, Eder SH, Begall S, et al. (2015) Magnetoreception in the wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus): influence of weak frequency-modulated radio frequency fields. Scientific Reports. 4: 9917
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