Alexander Kitaysky
Alexander Kitaysky
Professor of Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Verified email at alaska.edu
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Dynamics of food availability, body condition and physiological stress response in breeding black‐legged kittiwakes
AS Kitaysky, JC Wingfield, JF Piatt
Functional Ecology 13 (5), 577-584, 1999
4571999
Corticosterone facilitates begging and affects resource allocation in the black-legged kittiwake
AS Kitaysky, JC Wingfield, JF Piatt
Behavioral Ecology 12 (5), 619-625, 2001
3602001
Benefits and costs of increased levels of corticosterone in seabird chicks
AS Kitaysky, EV Kitaiskaia, JF Piatt, JC Wingfield
Hormones and behavior 43 (1), 140-149, 2003
3472003
Endocrine responses to unpredictable environmental events: stress or anti-stress hormones?
JC Wingfield, AS Kitaysky
Integrative and comparative biology 42 (3), 600-609, 2002
3352002
Dietary restriction causes chronic elevation of corticosterone and enhances stress response in red-legged kittiwake chicks
AS Kitaysky, EV Kitaiskaia, JC Wingfield, JF Piatt
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 171 (8), 701-709, 2001
2972001
A supergene determines highly divergent male reproductive morphs in the ruff
C Küpper, M Stocks, JE Risse, N Dos Remedios, LL Farrell, SB McRae, ...
Nature genetics 48 (1), 79-83, 2016
2612016
The adrenocortical stress-response of black-legged kittiwake chicks in relation to dietary restrictions
AS Kitaysky, JF Piatt, JC Wingfield, M Romano
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 169 (4-5), 303-310, 1999
2561999
Stress hormones link food availability and population processes in seabirds
AS Kitaysky, JF Piatt, JC Wingfield
Marine Ecology Progress Series 352, 245-258, 2007
2312007
A mechanistic link between chick diet and decline in seabirds?
AS Kitaysky, EV Kitaiskaia, JF Piatt, JC Wingfield
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1585), 445-450, 2006
2032006
Climate change causes contrasting trends in reproductive performance of planktivorous and piscivorous alcids
AS Kitaysky, EG Golubova
Journal of Animal Ecology 69 (2), 248-262, 2000
1742000
Food availability and population processes: severity of nutritional stress during reproduction predicts survival of long‐lived seabirds
AS Kitaysky, JF Piatt, SA Hatch, EV Kitaiskaia, ZM Benowitz‐Fredericks, ...
Functional Ecology 24 (3), 625-637, 2010
1552010
Seabirds as indicators of food web structure and ecosystem variability: qualitative and quantitative diet analyses using fatty acids
SJ Iverson, AM Springer, AS Kitaysky
Marine Ecology Progress Series 352, 235-244, 2007
1522007
Resource allocation in breeding seabirds: responses to fluctuations in their food supply
AS Kitaysky, GL Hunt Jr, EN Flint, MA Rubega, MB Decker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 206, 283-296, 2000
1502000
Long-term unpredictable foraging conditions and physiological stress response in mountain chickadees (Poecile gambeli)
VV Pravosudov, AS Kitaysky, JC Wingfield, NS Clayton
General and comparative endocrinology 123 (3), 324-331, 2001
1292001
Effects of nutritional restrictions during post-hatching development on adrenocortical function in western scrub-jays (Aphelocoma californica)
VV Pravosudov, AS Kitaysky
General and comparative endocrinology 145 (1), 25-31, 2006
1262006
Effects of nutritional restriction on nitrogen and carbon stable isotopes in growing seabirds
CT Williams, CL Buck, J Sears, AS Kitaysky
Oecologia 153 (1), 11-18, 2007
1222007
Seabirds and climate change: roadmap for the future
WJ Sydeman, SA Thompson, A Kitaysky
Marine Ecology Progress Series 454, 107-117, 2012
922012
The relationship between migratory behaviour, memory and the hippocampus: an intraspecific comparison
VV Pravosudov, AS Kitaysky, A Omanska
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1601), 2641-2649, 2006
882006
Flexibility in the parental effort of an Arctic‐breeding seabird
AMA Harding, AS Kitaysky, ME Hall, J Welcker, NJ Karnovsky, SL Talbot, ...
Functional Ecology 23 (2), 348-358, 2009
812009
Tufted puffin (Fratercula cirrhata)
JF Piatt
The Birds of North America 708, 1-31, 2002
812002
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