James U. Van Dyke
James U. Van Dyke
Senior Lecturer, La Trobe University
Verified email at latrobe.edu.au - Homepage
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Bioenergetic components of reproductive effort in viviparous snakes: Costs of vitellogenesis exceed costs of pregnancy
JU Van Dyke, SJ Beaupre
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology-Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2011
622011
The evolution of viviparity: molecular and genomic data from squamate reptiles advance understanding of live birth in amniotes
JU Van Dyke, MC Brandley, MB Thompson
Reproduction 147 (1), R15-R26, 2014
612014
Ancestral state reconstructions require biological evidence to test evolutionary hypotheses: a case study examining the evolution of reproductive mode in squamate reptiles
OW Griffith, DG Blackburn, MC Brandley, JU Van Dyke, CM Whittington, ...
Journal of experimental zoology part B: molecular and developmental …, 2015
572015
Critically evaluating best management practices for preventing freshwater turtle extinctions
RJ Spencer, JU Van Dyke, MB Thompson
Conservation Biology 31 (6), 1340-1349, 2017
312017
Stable isotope tracer reveals that viviparous snakes transport amino acids to offspring during gestation
JU Van Dyke, SJ Beaupre
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (5), 760-765, 2012
272012
High Food Abundance Permits the Evolution of Placentotrophy: Evidence from a Placental Lizard, Pseudemoia entrecasteauxii
JU Van Dyke, OW Griffith, MB Thompson
The American Naturalist 184 (2), 198-210, 2014
232014
Interspecific differences in egg production affect egg trace element concentrations after a coal fly ash spill
JU Van Dyke, ML Beck, BP Jackson, WA Hopkins
Environmental science & technology 47 (23), 13763-13771, 2013
222013
The role of thermal contrast in infrared-based defensive targeting by the copperhead, Agkistrodon contortrix
JU Van Dyke, MS Grace
Animal Behaviour 79 (5), 993-999, 2010
222010
Snakes allocate amino acids acquired during vitellogenesis to offspring: are capital and income breeding consequences of variable foraging success?
JU Van Dyke, SJ Beaupre, DL Kreider
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106 (2), 390-404, 2012
212012
Prevalence of ingested fish hooks in freshwater turtles from five rivers in the southeastern United States
DA Steen, BC Hopkins, JU Van Dyke, WA Hopkins
PloS one 9 (3), 2014
182014
No implantation in an extra-uterine pregnancy of a placentotrophic reptile
OW Griffith, JU Van Dyke, MB Thompson
Placenta 34 (6), 510-511, 2013
182013
Influence of relative trophic position and carbon source on selenium bioaccumulation in turtles from a coal fly-ash spill site
JU Van Dyke, WA Hopkins, BP Jackson
Environmental pollution 182, 45-52, 2013
172013
Residual yolk energetics and postnatal shell growth in Smooth Softshell Turtles, Apalone mutica
JU Van Dyke, MV Plummer, SJ Beaupre
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology-Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2011
162011
The ethological trap: functional and numerical responses of highly efficient invasive predators driving prey extinctions
RJ Spencer, JU Van Dyke, MB Thompson
Ecological Applications 26 (7), 1969-1983, 2016
142016
Profiling a possible rapid extinction event in a long-lived species.
RJ Spencer, J Van Dyke, K Petrov, B Ferronato, F McDougall, M Austin, ...
Biological Conservation 221, 190-197, 2018
112018
Reproduction and hatchling performance in freshwater turtles associated with a remediated coal fly-ash spill
DA Steen, JU Van Dyke, BP Jackson, WA Hopkins
Environmental research 138, 38-48, 2015
112015
Maternal transfer and embryonic assimilation of trace elements in freshwater turtles after remediation of a coal fly-ash spill
JU Van Dyke, DA Steen, BP Jackson, WA Hopkins
Environmental pollution 194, 38-49, 2014
112014
Thyroid Hormones Reduce Incubation Period without Developmental or Metabolic Costs in Murray River Short-Necked Turtles (Emydura macquarii)
JK McGlashan, MB Thompson, JU Van Dyke, RJ Spencer
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90 (1), 34-46, 2017
102017
Cues for reproduction in squamate reptiles
JU Van Dyke
Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Lizards and Tuatara, 109-143, 2014
72014
Evolution of placentotrophy: using viviparous sharks as a model to understand vertebrate placental evolution
A Buddle, J Van Dyke, M Thompson, C Simpfendorfer, C Whittington
Marine & Freshwater Research 70 (7), 908-924, 2019
62019
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