M. Rockwell Parker
M. Rockwell Parker
Assistant Professor of Physiology, James Madison University
Verified email at jmu.edu
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Social behavior and pheromonal communication in reptiles
RT Mason, MR Parker
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 196 (10), 729-749, 2010
2172010
Genetic loss or pharmacological blockade of testes-expressed taste genes causes male sterility
B Mosinger, KM Redding, MR Parker, V Yevshayeva, KK Yee, K Dyomina, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (30), 12319-12324, 2013
612013
How to make a sexy snake: estrogen activation of female sex pheromone in male red-sided garter snakes
MR Parker, RT Mason
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (5), 723-730, 2012
312012
Low temperature dormancy affects the quantity and quality of the female sexual attractiveness pheromone in red-sided garter snakes
MR Parker, RT Mason
Journal of chemical ecology 35 (10), 1234-1241, 2009
252009
Pheromones in snakes: history, patterns and future research directions
MR Parker, RT Mason
Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Snakes 9, 551-572, 2011
202011
Comparative taste biology with special focus on birds and reptiles
HM Rowland, MR Parker, P Jiang, DR Reed, GK Beauchamp
Handbook of olfaction and gustation, 957-982, 2015
182015
Expression and nuclear translocation of glucocorticoid receptors in type 2 taste receptor cells
MR Parker, D Feng, B Chamuris, RF Margolskee
Neuroscience letters 571, 72-77, 2014
172014
Ethnic/racial and genetic influences on cerumen odorant profiles
KA Prokop-Prigge, CJ Mansfield, MR Parker, E Thaler, EA Grice, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 41 (1), 67-74, 2015
162015
A novel mechanism regulating a sexual signal: the testosterone-based inhibition of female sex pheromone expression in garter snakes
MR Parker, RT Mason
Hormones and behavior 66 (3), 509-516, 2014
132014
Rattlesnakes can use airborne cues during post-strike prey relocation
MR Parker, KV Kardong
Chemical signals in vertebrates 10, 397-402, 2005
132005
Behavioral variation in prey odor responses in northern pine snake neonates and adults
KPW Smith, MR Parker, WF Bien
Chemoecology 25 (5), 233-242, 2015
102015
Itpr3 Is Responsible for the Mouse Tufted (tf) Locus
HT Ellis, MG Tordoff, MR Parker
Journal of Heredity 104 (2), 295-297, 2013
92013
The forked tongue and edge detection in snakes (Crotalus oreganus): An experimental test.
MR Parker, BA Young, KV Kardong
Journal of Comparative Psychology 122 (1), 35, 2008
92008
The role of airborne and substrate cues from non-envenomated mice during rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus) post-strike trailing
MR Parker, KV Kardong
Herpetologica 62 (4), 349-356, 2006
92006
Feminization of male brown treesnake methyl ketone expression via steroid hormone manipulation
MR Parker, SM Patel, JE Zachry, BA Kimball
Journal of chemical ecology 44 (2), 189-197, 2018
72018
Chemical Isolation, Quantification, and Separation of Skin Lipids from Reptiles.
PE Baedke, HR Rucker, RT Mason, MR Parker
Journal of visualized experiments: JoVE, 2019
52019
Airborne Chemical Information and Context-Dependent Post-Strike Foraging Behavior in Pacific Rattlesnakes (Crotalus oreganus)
MR Parker, KV Kardong
Copeia 105 (4), 649-656, 2017
42017
Activation, modification and suppression of sex pheromone production in garter snakes
MR Parker
32010
Male Burmese pythons follow female scent trails and show sex‐specific behaviors
SA Richard, EA Tillman, JS Humphrey, ML Avery, MR Parker
Integrative zoology 14 (5), 460-469, 2019
22019
Sex and seasonal differences in mRNA expression of estrogen receptor α (ESR1) in red-sided garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis)
SE Ashton, BJ Vernasco, IT Moore, MR Parker
General and comparative endocrinology 267, 59-65, 2018
22018
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