William Hoese, Ph.D.

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California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, CA, United States 
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Anticona SJ, Olmos EF, Parent JR, et al. (2013) Greater roadrunner (Geococcyx californianus) kills juvenile desert cottontail (Sylvilagus audubonii) Southwestern Naturalist. 58: 124-126
Tweedy ME, Hoese WJ. (2005) Diffusion activities in college laboratory manuals Journal of Biological Education. 39: 150-155
Mooney R, Hoese W, Nowicki S. (2001) Auditory representation of the vocal repertoire in a songbird with multiple song types. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 98: 12778-83
Hoese WJ, Nowicki S. (2001) Using "the organism" as a conceptual focus in an introductory biology course American Biology Teacher. 63: 176-182
Hoese WJ, Podos J, Boetticher NC, et al. (2000) Vocal tract function in birdsong production: experimental manipulation of beak movements. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 203: 1845-55
Hoese WJ, Westneat MW. (1996) Biomechanics of cranial kinesis in birds: Testing linkage models in the white-throated sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis). Journal of Morphology. 227: 305-320
Hoese WJ, Westneat MW. (1996) Biomechanics of cranial kinesis in birds: Testing linkage models in the white-throated sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis) Journal of Morphology. 227: 305-320
Westneat MW, Hoese W, Pell CA, et al. (1993) The horizontal septum: Mechanisms of force transfer in locomotion of scombrid fishes (Scombridae, Perciformes). Journal of Morphology. 217: 183-204
Westneat MW, Long JH, Hoese W, et al. (1993) Kinematics of birdsong: functional correlation of cranial movements and acoustic features in sparrows. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 182: 147-71
Nowicki S, Westneat M, Hoese W. (1992) Birdsong: motor function and the evolution of communication Seminars in Neuroscience. 4: 385-390
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