Patrick A. Carter
Patrick A. Carter
Professor of Biology, Washington State University
Verified email at wsu.edu
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Evolutionary physiology
T Garland Jr, PA Carter
Annual review of physiology 56 (1), 579-621, 1994
5121994
Artificial selection for increased wheel-running behavior in house mice
JG Swallow, PA Carter, T Garland
Behavior genetics 28 (3), 227-237, 1998
4031998
Lifelong voluntary exercise in the mouse prevents age-related alterations in gene expression in the heart
AM Bronikowski, PA Carter, TJ Morgan, T Garland Jr, N Ung, TD Pugh, ...
Physiological Genomics 12 (2), 129-138, 2003
2622003
Effects of voluntary activity and genetic selection on aerobic capacity in house mice (Mus domesticus)
JG Swallow, T Garland Jr, PA Carter, WZ Zhan, GC Sieck
Journal of applied physiology 84 (1), 69-76, 1998
2321998
Females' choice of" good genotypes" as mates is promoted by an insect mating system
WB Watt, PA Carter, K Donohue
Science 233 (4769), 1187-1190, 1986
1681986
Variation, selection and evolution of function-valued traits
JG Kingsolver, R Gomulkiewicz, PA Carter
Microevolution rate, pattern, process, 87-104, 2001
1672001
Behaviour of house mice artificially selected for high levels of voluntary wheel running
P Koteja, T Garland Jr, JK Sax, JG Swallow, PA Carter
Animal behaviour 58 (6), 1307-1318, 1999
1531999
Evolution of a small‐muscle polymorphism in lines of house mice selected for high activity levels
T Garland Jr, MT Morgan, JG Swallow, JS Rhodes, I Girard, JG Belter, ...
Evolution 56 (6), 1267-1275, 2002
1522002
Food consumption and body composition in mice selected for high wheel-running activity
J Swallow, P Koteja, P Carter, T Garland
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 171 (8), 651-659, 2001
1462001
Artificial selection for increased wheel-running activity in house mice results in decreased body mass at maturity
JG Swallow, P Koteja, PA Carter, T Garland
Journal of Experimental Biology 202 (18), 2513-2520, 1999
1441999
Adaptation at specific loci. IV. Differential mating success among glycolytic allozyme genotypes of Colias butterflies
WB Watt, PA Carter, SM Blower
Genetics 109 (1), 157-175, 1985
1341985
Energy cost of wheel running in house mice: implications for coadaptation of locomotion and energy budgets
P Koteja, JG Swallow, PA Carter, T Garland, Jr
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 72 (2), 238-249, 1999
1241999
Open-field behavior of house mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel-running
AM Bronikowski, PA Carter, JG Swallow, IA Girard, JS Rhodes, T Garland
Behavior genetics 31 (3), 309-316, 2001
1172001
Glucocorticoid response to forced exercise in laboratory house mice (Mus domesticus)
MA Coleman, T Garland Jr, CA Marler, SS Newton, JG Swallow, ...
Physiology & behavior 63 (2), 279-285, 1998
901998
Adaptation at specific loci. VI. Divergence vs. parallelism of polymorphic allozymes in molecular function and fitness-component effects among Colias species (Lepidoptera …
WB Watt, K Donohue, PA Carter
Molecular Biology and Evolution 13, 699-709, 1996
851996
Adaptation at specific loci. V. Metabolically adjacent enzyme loci may have very distinct experiences of selective pressures.
PA Carter, WB Watt
Genetics 119 (4), 913-924, 1988
711988
Limits to behavioral evolution: the quantitative genetics of a complex trait under directional selection
V Careau, ME Wolak, PA Carter, T Garland Jr
Evolution 67 (11), 3102-3119, 2013
692013
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum populations infecting canola from China and the United States are genetically and phenotypically distinct
RN Attanayake, PA Carter, D Jiang, L del Río-Mendoza, W Chen
Phytopathology 103 (7), 750-761, 2013
602013
Ontogenies in mice selected for high voluntary wheel‐running activity. I. Mean ontogenies
TJ Morgan, T Garland Jr, PA Carter
Evolution 57 (3), 646-657, 2003
552003
Food wasting by house mice: variation among individuals, families, and genetic lines
P Koteja, PA Carter, JG Swallow, T Garland Jr
Physiology & Behavior 80 (2-3), 375-383, 2003
512003
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