Joseph M. Casto
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Steroid Hormones and Immune Function: Experimental Studies in Wild and Captive Dark-Eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis)
JM Casto, V Nolan, Jr, ED Ketterson
The American Naturalist 157 (4), 408-420, 2001
Consequences of elevating plasma testosterone in females of a socially monogamous songbird: evidence of constraints on male evolution?
ED Clotfelter, DM O'Neal, JM Gaudioso, JM Casto, IM Parker-Renga, ...
Hormones and behavior 46 (2), 171-178, 2004
Egg yolk layers vary in the concentration of steroid hormones in two avian species
JL Lipar, ED Ketterson, V Nolan Jr, JM Casto
General and comparative endocrinology 115 (2), 220-227, 1999
Seasonal and individual variation in response to GnRH challenge in male dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis)
JM Jawor, JW McGlothlin, JM Casto, TJ Greives, EA Snajdr, GE Bentley, ...
General and comparative endocrinology 149 (2), 182-189, 2006
Hormones and honest signals: males with larger ornaments elevate testosterone more when challenged
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (1), 39-48, 2008
Behavioral and physiological responses to experimentally elevated testosterone in female dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis carolinensis)
DA Zysling, TJ Greives, CW Breuner, JM Casto, GE Demas, ED Ketterson
Hormones and Behavior 50 (2), 200-207, 2006
Testosterone response to GnRH in a female songbird varies with stage of reproduction: implications for adult behaviour and maternal effects
JM Jawor, JW McGlothlin, JM Casto, TJ Greives, EA Snajdr, GE Bentley, ...
Functional Ecology 21 (4), 767-775, 2007
Characterization and localization of D1 dopamine receptors in the sexually dimorphic vocal control nucleus, area X, and the basal ganglia of European starlings
JM Casto, GF Ball
Journal of neurobiology 25 (7), 767-780, 1994
Play, copulation, anatomy, and testosterone in gonadally intact male rats prenatally exposed to flutamide
JM Casto, OB Ward, A Bartke
Physiology & behavior 79 (4-5), 633-641, 2003
Elevated testosterone reduces choosiness in female dark–eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis): evidence for a hormonal constraint on sexual selection?
JW McGlothlin, DLH Neudorf, JM Casto, V Nolan Jr, ED Ketterson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Autoradiographic localization of DI-like dopamine receptors in the forebrain of male and female Japanese quail and their relationship with immunoreactive tyrosine hydroxylase
GF Ball, JM Casto, J Balthazart
Journal of chemical neuroanatomy 9 (2), 121-133, 1995
Sexual dimorphism in the volume of song control nuclei in European starlings: assessment by a Nissl stain and autoradiography for muscarinic cholinergic receptors
DJ Bernard, JM Casto, GF Ball
Journal of Comparative Neurology 334 (4), 559-570, 1993
Sex differences in the volume of avian song control nuclei: comparative studies and the issue of brain nucleus delineation
GF Ball, JM Casto, DJ Bernard
Psychoneuroendocrinology 19 (5-7), 485-504, 1994
Testosterone, phenotype and fitness: a research program in evolutionary behavioral
ED Ketterson, VN Jr, JM Casto, CA Buerkle, E Clotfelter, JL Grindstaff, ...
Avian endocrinology, 19-40, 2001
Embryonic modulation of maternal steroids in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
RT Paitz, RM Bowden, JM Casto
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1702), 99-106, 2011
Effects of captivity and testosterone on the volumes of four brain regions in the dark‐eyed junco (Junco hyemalis)
TV Smulders, JM Casto, V Nolan Jr, ED Ketterson, TJ DeVoogd
Journal of Neurobiology 43 (3), 244-253, 2000
Hyperthermia exacerbates ischaemic brain injury
CX Wang, A Stroink, JM Casto, K Kattner
International Journal of Stroke 4 (4), 274-284, 2009
Female ornamentation and male mate choice in dark-eyed juncos
WL Wolf, JM Casto, V Nolan Jr, ED Ketterson
Animal Behaviour 67 (1), 93-102, 2004
Early administration of 17β-estradiol partially masculinizes song control regions and a2-adrenergic receptor distribution in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
JM Casto, GF Ball
Hormones and behavior 30 (4), 387-406, 1996
Offspring sex ratio is unrelated to male attractiveness in dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis)
JL Grindstaff, AC Buerkle, JM Casto, V Nolan, ED Ketterson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 50 (4), 312-316, 2001
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