Scott McWilliams
Scott McWilliams
Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Physiology, University of Rhode Island
Verified email at uri.edu
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Flying, fasting, and feeding in birds during migration: a nutritional and physiological ecology perspective
SR McWilliams, C Guglielmo, B Pierce, M Klaassen
Journal of Avian Biology 35 (5), 377-393, 2004
3802004
Phenotypic flexibility in digestive system structure and function in migratory birds and its ecological significance
SR McWilliams, WH Karasov
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2001
2802001
Stable isotopes in breath, blood, feces and feathers can indicate intra-individual changes in the diet of migratory songbirds
DW Podlesak, SR McWilliams, KA Hatch
Oecologia 142 (4), 501-510, 2005
1842005
Physiological regulatory networks: ecological roles and evolutionary constraints
AA Cohen, LB Martin, JC Wingfield, SR McWilliams, JA Dunne
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (8), 428-435, 2012
1562012
Metabolic routing of dietary nutrients in birds: effects of diet quality and macronutrient composition revealed using stable isotopes
DW Podlesak, SR McWilliams
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79 (3), 534-549, 2006
1162006
Fruit quality and consumption by songbirds during autumn migration
SB Smith, KH McPherson, JM Backer, BJ Pierce, DW Podlesak, ...
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119 (3), 419-428, 2007
1112007
Effect of dietary fatty acid composition on depot fat and exercise performance in a migrating songbird, the red-eyed vireo
BJ Pierce, SR McWilliams, TP O'Connor, AR Place, CG Guglielmo
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (7), 1277-1285, 2005
1072005
Digestive constraints in mammalian and avian ecology
WH Karasov, SR McWilliams
Physiological and ecological adaptations to feeding in vertebrates, 87-112, 2005
1002005
Carbon turnover in tissues of a passerine bird: allometry, isotopic clocks, and phenotypic flexibility in organ size
U Bauchinger, S McWilliams
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82 (6), 787-797, 2009
922009
Migration takes guts
SR McWilliams, WH Karasov
Birds of two worlds: the ecology and evolution of migration. Smithsonian …, 2005
802005
Seasonal changes in composition of lipid stores in migratory birds: causes and consequences
BJ Pierce, SR McWilliams
The Condor 107 (2), 269-279, 2005
682005
Digestive adjustments in cedar waxwings to high feeding rate
SR McWilliams, E Caviedes‐Vidal, WH Karasov
Journal of Experimental Zoology 283 (4‐5), 394-407, 1999
671999
Patterns of fuel use and storage in migrating passerines in relation to fruit resources at autumn stopover sites
SB Smith, SR McWilliams
The Auk 127 (1), 108-118, 2010
652010
A test for passive absorption of glucose in yellow-rumped warblers and its ecological implications
D Afik, SR McWilliams, WH Karasov
Physiological Zoology 70 (3), 370-377, 1997
631997
Pressure fluctuations beneath instability wavepackets and turbulent spots in a hypersonic boundary layer
KM Casper, SJ Beresh, SP Schneider
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 756 (SAND-2013-7947J), 2014
602014
Stopover habitat use by spring migrant landbirds: the roles of habitat structure, leaf development, and food availability
PG Rodewald, MC Brittingham
The Auk 124 (3), 1063-1074, 2007
592007
Diet preferences of warblers for specific fatty acids in relation to nutritional requirements and digestive capabilities
SR McWilliams, SB Kearney, WH Karasov
Journal of Avian Biology 33 (2), 167-174, 2002
592002
Birds select fruits with more anthocyanins and phenolic compounds during autumn migration
JA Bolser, RR Alan, AD Smith, L Li, NP Seeram, SR McWilliams
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125 (1), 97-108, 2013
582013
Comparability of blood glucose concentrations measured in different sample systems for detecting glucose intolerance
R Haeckel, U Brinck, D Colic, HU Janka, I Puntmann, J Schneider, ...
Clinical chemistry 48 (6), 936-940, 2002
552002
Effect of diet composition on plasma metabolite profiles in a migratory songbird
SB Smith, SR McWILLIAMS, CG Guglielmo
The Condor 109 (1), 48-58, 2007
542007
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