Patricia Schulte
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Heat shock protein genes and their functional significance in fish
N Basu, AE Todgham, PA Ackerman, MR Bibeau, K Nakano, PM Schulte, ...
Gene 295 (2), 173-183, 2002
Anatomy of STEM teaching in North American universities Lecture is prominent, but practices vary
M Stains, J Harshman, MK Barker, SV Chasteen, R Cole, ...
Science 359 (6383), 1468-1470, 2018
Thermal performance curves, phenotypic plasticity, and the time scales of temperature exposure
PM Schulte, TM Healy, NA Fangue
Integrative and comparative biology 51 (5), 691-702, 2011
The effects of temperature on aerobic metabolism: towards a mechanistic understanding of the responses of ectotherms to a changing environment
PM Schulte
The Journal of experimental biology 218 (12), 1856-1866, 2015
Intraspecific variation in thermal tolerance and heat shock protein gene expression in common killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus
NA Fangue, M Hofmeister, PM Schulte
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (15), 2859-2872, 2006
Na+/K+-ATPase α-isoform switching in gills of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) during salinity transfer
JG Richards, JW Semple, JS Bystriansky, PM Schulte
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (24), 4475-4486, 2003
Macrophysiology: a conceptual reunification
KJ Gaston, SL Chown, P Calosi, J Bernardo, DT Bilton, A Clarke, ...
The American Naturalist 174 (5), 595-612, 2009
What is environmental stress? Insights from fish living in a variable environment
PM Schulte
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (1), 23-34, 2014
Responses to temperature and hypoxia as interacting stressors in fish: implications for adaptation to environmental change
TL McBryan, K Anttila, TM Healy, PM Schulte
Integrative and comparative biology 53 (4), 648-659, 2013
Changes in gene expression in gills of the euryhaline killifish Fundulus heteroclitus after abrupt salinity transfer
GR Scott, JG Richards, B Forbush, P Isenring, PM Schulte
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 287 (2), C300-C309, 2004
Oxygen-and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: blurring ecology and physiology
F Jutfelt, T Norin, R Ern, J Overgaard, T Wang, DJ McKenzie, S Lefevre, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (1), jeb169615, 2018
Molecular evolution of cytochrome c oxidase underlies high-altitude adaptation in the bar-headed goose
GR Scott, PM Schulte, S Egginton, ALM Scott, JG Richards, WK Milsom
Molecular biology and evolution 28 (1), 351-363, 2011
Rapid evolution of cold tolerance in stickleback
RDH Barrett, A Paccard, TM Healy, S Bergek, PM Schulte, D Schluter, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1703), 233-238, 2011
Variation in temperature tolerance among families of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) is associated with hypoxia tolerance, ventricle size and myoglobin level
K Anttila, RS Dhillon, EG Boulding, AP Farrell, BD Glebe, JAK Elliott, ...
Journal of experimental biology 216 (7), 1183-1190, 2013
Do mitochondrial properties explain intraspecific variation in thermal tolerance?
NA Fangue, JG Richards, PM Schulte
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (4), 514-522, 2009
Animal Physiology
CD Moyes, PM Schulte
Benjamin Cummings, 2005
Linking genotypes to phenotypes and fitness: how mechanistic biology can inform molecular ecology
AC Dalziel, SM Rogers, PM Schulte
Molecular ecology 18 (24), 4997-5017, 2009
Thermal Acclimation Is Not Necessary to Maintain a Wide Thermal Breadth of Aerobic Scope in the Common Killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus)
TM Healy, PM Schulte
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85 (2), 107-119, 2012
Reciprocal expression of gill Na+/K+-ATPaseα-subunit isoforms α1a and α1b during seawater acclimation of three salmonid fishes that vary in their salinity tolerance
JS Bystriansky, JG Richards, PM Schulte, JS Ballantyne
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (10), 1848-1858, 2006
Integrating metabolic pathways in post-exercise recovery of white muscle
PM Schulte, CD Moyes, PW Hochachka
Journal of Experimental Biology 166 (1), 181-195, 1992
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