Ronald G. Oldfield, PhD

Affiliations: 
Biology Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
Area:
Behavioral neuroendocrinology
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Oldfield RG, Harris RM, Hofmann HA. (2015) Integrating resource defence theory with a neural nonapeptide pathway to explain territory-based mating systems. Frontiers in Zoology. 12: S16
Oldfield RG, Mandrekar K, Nieves MX, et al. (2014) Parental care in the Cuatro Ciénegas cichlid, Herichthys minckleyi (Teleostei: Cichlidae) Hydrobiologia. 748: 233-257
Oldfield RG, Harris RM, Hendrickson DA, et al. (2013) Arginine vasotocin and androgen pathways are associated with mating system variation in North American cichlid fishes. Hormones and Behavior. 64: 44-52
Oldfield RG. (2011) Aggression and welfare in a common aquarium fish, the Midas cichlid. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science : Jaaws. 14: 340-60
Oldfield RG. (2011) Gonad development in Midas cichlids and the evolution of sex change in fishes. Evolution & Development. 13: 352-60
Oldfield RG, Hofmann HA. (2011) Neuropeptide regulation of social behavior in a monogamous cichlid fish. Physiology & Behavior. 102: 296-303
Oldfield RG. (2009) Growth patterns in Midas Cichlids are not consistent with a hypothesis of socially controlled sex determination Copeia. 71-77
Oldfield RG, McCrary J, McKaye KR. (2006) Habitat use, social behavior, and female and male size distributions of juvenile midas cichlids, Amphilophus cf. citrinellus, in Lake Apoyo, Nicaragua Caribbean Journal of Science. 42: 197-207
Chakrabarty P, Oldfield RG, Ng HH. (2006) Nandus prolixus, a new species of leaf fish from northeastern Borneo (Teleostei: Perciformes: Nandidae) Zootaxa. 51-61
Oldfield RG. (2005) Genetic, abiotic and social influences on sex differentiation in cichlid fishes and the evolution of sequential hermaphroditism Fish and Fisheries. 6: 93-110
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