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  1. Shartau, R. B., D. W. Baker, C. J. Brauner. 2017. White sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) acid-base regulation differ in response to different types of acidoses. Journal of Comparative Physiology - B 187:985-994
  2. Shartau, R. B., K. V. Brix, C. J. Brauner. 2017. Characterization of Na+ transport to gain insight into the mechanism of acid-base and ion regulation in white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 204: 197-204
  3. Shartau, R. B., D. A. Crossley II, Z. F. Kohl, C. J. Brauner. 2016. Embryonic common snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentina) preferentially regulate tissue pH during acid-base challenges. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 1994-2002
  4. Shartau, R. B., D. W. Baker, D. A. Crossley II, Brauner C. J.. 2016. Preferential intracellular pH regulation: hypotheses and perspectives. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 2235-2244
  5. Allen, P. J., Z. A. Mitchell, R. J. DeVries, D. L. Aboagye, M. A. Ciaramella, S. W. Ramee, H. A. Stewart, R. B. Shartau. 2014. Salinity effects on Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus Mitchill, 1815) growth and osmoregulation. Journal of Applied Ichthyology doi: 10.1111/jai.12542
  6. Harter T. S., R. B. Shartau, D. W. Baker, D. C. Jackson, A. L. Val, C. J. Brauner. 2014. Preferential intracellular pH regulation represents a general pattern of pH homeostasis during acid-base disturbances in the armoured catfish, Pterygoplichthys pardalis. Journal of Comparative Physiology - B doi: 10.1007/s00360-014-0838-8
  7. Harter T., R. B. Shartau, C. J. Brauner, A. P. Farrell. 2014. Portable, fast, but incapable of calibration: validation of the i-STAT system for the analysis of blood parameters in fish. Conservation Physiology cou037
  8. Shartau, R. B., C. J. Brauner. 2014. Acid-base regulation in bimodal breathers. Journal of Fish Biology 84: 682-704
  9. Shartau, R. B., R. Tam, S. Patrick, J. I. Goldberg. 2010. Serotonin prolongs survival of encapsulated pond snail embryos exposed to long-term anoxia. Journal of Experimental Biology. 213: 1529-1525
  10. Shartau, R. B., S. Harris, E. C. Boychuk, J. I. Goldberg. 2010. Rotational behaviour of encapsulated pond snail embryos in diverse natural environments. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 2086-2093
  11. Goldberg, J. I., S. A. Doran, R. B. Shartau, J. R. Pon, D. W. Ali, R. Tam, S. Kuang. 2008. Integrative biology of an embryonic respiratory behavior in pond snails: the “embryo stir-stick hypothesis”. Journal of Experimental Biology. 211: 1729-1736
  12. Shartau, R. B., D. A. Crossley II, Z. F. Kohl, R. M. Elsey, C. J. Brauner. . American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) embryos tightly regulate intracellular pH during a severe acidosis. Canadian Journal of Zoology In press