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Publications by Ben Speers-Roesch

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  1. Mandic, M., B. Speers-Roesch, J. G. Richards. 2013. Hypoxia tolerance in sculpins is associated with high anaerobic enzyme activity in brain but not in liver or muscle. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 86: 92-105
  2. Speers-Roesch, B., M. Mandic, D.J.E. Groom, J.G. Richards. 2013. Critical oxygen tensions as predictors of hypoxia tolerance and tissue metabolic responses during hypoxia exposure in fishes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 449: 239-249
  3. Speers-Roesch, B., S.L. Lague, A. P. Farrell, J.G. Richards. 2013. Effects of fatty acid provision during severe hypoxia on routine and maximal performance of the in situ tilapia heart. Journal of Comparative Physiology B. 183: 773-785
  4. Hickey, A.J., G.M. Renshaw, B. Speers-Roesch, J.G. Richards, Y. Wang, A.P. Farrell, C.J. Brauner. 2012. A radical approach to beating hypoxia: depressed free radical release from heart fibres of the hypoxia-tolerant epaulette shark (Hemiscyllum ocellatum). Journal of Comparative Physiology B 182: 91-100
  5. Lague, S. L., B. Speers-Roesch, J.G. Richards, A.P. Farrell. 2012. Exceptional cardiac anoxia tolerance in tilapia (Oreochromis hybrid). Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 1354-1365
  6. Speers-Roesch, B., C.J. Brauner, A.P. Farrell, A.J.R. Hickey, G.M.C. Renshaw, Y.S. Wang, and J.G. Richards. 2012. Hypoxia tolerance in elasmobranchs. II. Cardiovascular function and tissue metabolic responses during progressive and relative hypoxia exposures. Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 103-114
  7. Speers-Roesch, B., J.G. Richards, C.J. Brauner, A.P. Farrell, A.J.R. Hickey, Y.S. Wang, and G.M.C. Renshaw. 2012. Hypoxia tolerance in elasmobranchs. I. Critical oxygen tension as a measure of blood oxygen transport during hypoxia exposure. Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 93-102
  8. Speers-Roesch, B., E. Sandblom, G.Y. Lau, A.P. Farrell, J.G. Richards. 2010. Effects of environmental hypoxia on cardiac energy metabolism and performance in tilapia. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 298: R104-R119
  9. Speers-Roesch, B., J.R. Treberg. 2010. The unusual energy metabolism of elasmobranch fishes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 155: 417-434
  10. Speers-Roesch, B., Y.K. Ip, J.S. Ballantyne. 2008. Plasma non-esterified fatty acids of elasmobranchs: comparisons of temperate and tropical species and effects of environmental salinity. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 149: 209-216
  11. Semeniuk, C.A., Speers-Roesch, B., and Rothley, K.D. 2007. Using fatty-acid profile analysis as an ecologic indicator in the management of tourist impacts on marine wildlife: a case of stingray-feeding in the Caribbean. Environmental Management 40: 665-677
  12. Speers-Roesch, B., J.W. Robinson, J.S. Ballantyne. 2006. Metabolic organization of the spotted ratfish, Hydrolagus colliei (Holocephali: Chimaeriformes): insight into the evolution of energy metabolism in the chondrichthyan fishes. Journal of Experimental Zoology 305A: 631-644
  13. Speers-Roesch, B., Y.K. Ip, J.S. Ballantyne. 2006. Metabolic organization of freshwater, euryhaline, and marine elasmobranchs: implications for the evolution of energy metabolism in sharks and rays. Journal of Experimental Biology 209: 2495-2508
  14. Treberg, J.R., B. Speers-Roesch, P. Piermarini, Y.K. Ip, J.S. Ballantyne, W.R. Driedzic. 2006. The accumulation of methylamine counteracting solutes in elasmobranchs with differing levels of urea: comparison of marine and freshwater species. Journal of Experimental Biology 209: 860-870
  15. Speers-Roesch, B., J.S. Ballantyne. 2005. Activities of antioxidant enzymes and cytochrome c oxidase in liver of Arctic and temperate teleosts. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 140: 487-494
  16. Speers-Roesch, B., D. Lingwood, E.D. Stevens. 2004. Effects of temperature and hydrostatic pressure on the routine oxygen uptake of bloater (Coregonus hoyi). Journal of Great Lakes Research 30: 70-81