Alexander S. Kitaysky, Ph.D.

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University of Alaska at Fairbanks 
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Young RC, Welcker J, Barger CP, et al. (2017) Effects of developmental conditions on growth, stress, and telomeres in black-legged kittiwake chicks. Molecular Ecology
Will A, Watanuki Y, Kikuchi DM, et al. (2015) Feather corticosterone reveals stress associated with dietary changes in a breeding seabird. Ecology and Evolution. 5: 4221-4232
Benowitz-Fredericks ZM, Schultner J, Kitaysky AS. (2015) Effects of Prenatal Environment on Phenotype Are Revealed by Postnatal Challenges: Embryonic Hormone Exposure, Adrenocortical Function, and Food in Seabird Chicks. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 88: 607-23
Küpper C, Stocks M, Risse JE, et al. (2015) A supergene determines highly divergent male reproductive morphs in the ruff. Nature Genetics
Kokubun N, Yamamoto T, Kikuchi DM, et al. (2015) Nocturnal Foraging by Red-Legged Kittiwakes, a Surface Feeding Seabird That Relies on Deep Water Prey During Reproduction. Plos One. 10: e0138850
Sato NN, Kokubun N, Yamamoto T, et al. (2015) The jellyfish buffet: jellyfish enhance seabird foraging opportunities by concentrating prey. Biology Letters. 11
Vincenzi S, Hatch S, Merkling T, et al. (2015) Carry-over effects of food supplementation on recruitment and breeding performance of long-lived seabirds. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282: 20150762
Paredes R, Orben RA, Roby DD, et al. (2015) Foraging ecology during nesting influences body size in a pursuit-diving seabird Marine Ecology Progress Series. 533: 261-276
Young RC, Kitaysky AS, Barger CP, et al. (2015) Telomere length is a strong predictor of foraging behavior in a long-lived seabird Ecosphere. 6
Patterson AGL, Kitaysky AS, Lyons DE, et al. (2015) Nutritional stress affects corticosterone deposition in feathers of Caspian tern chicks Journal of Avian Biology. 46: 18-24
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