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Publications by Milica Mandic

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  1. Dalziel, A.C., J. Bittman, M. Mandic, M. Ou, P.M. Schulte. 2014. Molecular evolution of salinity responsive isoforms of Na+,K+ ATPase α in salmonids. Molecular Ecology 23: 3483-3503
  2. Toews, D. P. L., M. Mandic, J. G. Richards, D. E. Irwin. 2014. Migration, mitochondria and the yellow-dumped warbler. Evolution 68: 241-255
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Mandic, M., A.E. Todgham, J.G. Richards. 2009. Mechanisms and evolution of hypoxia tolerance in fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276: 735-744 Cover_thumbnail.jpg
  6. Mandic, M., K.A. Sloman, J.G. Richards. 2009. Escaping to the surface: A phylogenetically independent analysis of hypoxia-induced respiratory behaviors in sculpins. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 82: 730-738
  7. Fangue, N.A., M. Mandic, J.G. Richards, P.M. Schulte. 2008. Swimming performance and energetics as a function of temperature in killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 81: 389-401
  8. Henriksson, P., M. Mandic, J.G. Richards. 2008. The osmorespiratory compromise in sculpins: impaired gas exchange is associated with freshwater tolerance. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 81: 310-319
  9. Mandic, M., G.Y. Lau, M.M.S. Nijjar, J.G. Richards. 2008. Metabolic recovery in goldfish: a comparison of recovery from severe hypoxia exposure and exhaustive exercise. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C. 148: 332-338
  10. Sloman, K.A., M. Mandic, A.E. Todgham, N.A. Fangue, P. Subrt, J.G. Richards. 2008. The response of the tidepool sculpin, Oligocottus maculosus, to hypoxia in laboratory, mesocosm and field environments. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A 149: 284-292