Category Archives: Journal Articles

717. Rubino, J.G.,  Wilson, J.M.,  and Wood, C.M. (2019). An in vitro analysis of intestinal ammonia transport in fasted and fed freshwater rainbow trout: roles of NKCC, K+ channels, and Na+, K+ ATPase. J. Comp. Physiol. B. 189:549-566.  PDF  


707. Sadauskas-Henrique,H., Wood,C.M., de Souza-Bastos, L.R., Duarte, R.M.;
Smith, D.S., and Val, A.L. (2019). Does dissolved organic carbon from
Amazon “black water” (Brazil) help a native species, the tambaqui
(Colossoma macropomum) to maintain ionic homeostasis in acidic water? J. Fish Biol. 94:595-605.(PDF)

706. Giacomin,M., Dal Pont,G., Eom,J., Schulte,P.M., and Wood, C.M. (2019) The effects of salinity and hypoxia exposure on oxygen consumption,
ventilation, diffusive water exchange and ionoregulation in the Pacific
hagfish (Eptatretus stoutii).Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A. 232:47-59. (PDF)

705. Wood, C.M., Liew, H.J.,De Boeck, G., Hoogenboom, J.L., , and Anderson,W.G. (2019). Nitrogen handling in the elasmobranch gut: a role for microbial urease. J. Exp. Biol. 222: jeb194787. doi: 10.1242/jeb.194787.(PDF)

704. Ferreira, M.S., Wood, C.M., Harter, T.S., Dal Pont, G., Val, A.L., and  Matthews, P.G.D. (2019).Metabolic fuel use after feeding in the zebrafish (Danio rerio): a respirometric analysis.  J. Exp. Biol. 222: (194217). (PDF)

703. Eom.J. and Wood, C.M. (2019) The ventilation mechanism of the Pacific
hagfish Eptatretus stoutii (Lockington 1878).J. Fish Biol. 94:261-276 (PDF)

688. Grobler, J.M.B., and Wood, C.M. (2018). The effects of high environmental ammonia on the structure of rainbow trout hierarchies and the physiology of the individuals therein. Aquat. Toxicol. 195: 77-87.(PDF)

683. Wood, C.M.,  de Souza Netto. J.G., Wilson, J.M., Duarte, R.M., and Val, A.L. (2017). Nitrogen metabolism in tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum), a neotropical model teleost: hypoxia, temperature, exercise, feeding, fasting, and high environmental ammonia. J. Comp. Physiol. B. 186:431-445.PDF

682. Crémazy, A.,  Wood, C.M., Ng, T Y-T., Smith, D.S., and Chowdhury, M.J.
(2017). Experimentally derived acute and chronic copper Biotic Ligand
Models for rainbow trout. Aquat. Toxicol. 192: 224-240. (PDF)

681. Giacomin,M., Schulte,P. and Wood, C.M. (2017). Differential effects of
temperature on oxygen consumption and branchial fluxes of urea, ammonia,
and water in the dogfish shark (Squalus acanthias suckleyi). Physiol.
Biochem. Zool. 90:627-637.(PDF)

680. Holland, A., Wood, C.M., Smith, D.S., Gabriel, T., Val, A.L. (2017). Nickel toxicity to cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi) differs seasonally and among the black, white and clear river waters of the Amazon Basin. Water Research. 123:21-29. (PDF)


679.  Zimmer, A.M., Wright, P.A., and Wood, C.M. (2017). Ammonia and urea handling by early life stages of fish. J.Exp. Biol. 220:3843-3855.  (PDF)

678. Glover, C.N., Wood, C.M., and Goss, G.G. 2017. Drinking and water permeability in the Pacific hagfish, Eptatretus stoutii. J. Comp. Physiol.B.187:1127-1135. (PDF)

677. Nogueira, L.S., Bianchini, A., Smith,S., Jorge,M.B.,Diamond,R.L., and Wood, C.M.(2017). Physiological effects of five different marine natural organic matters (NOMs) and three different metals (Cu, Pb, Zn) on early life stages of the blue mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis). PeerJ, 5: e3141. (PDF)

676. Zimmer, A.M., Jorge, M.B., Wood, C.M., Martins, C.M.G., and Bianchini, A. (2017) Responses of ammonia and urea excretion to acute Cu and ammonia challenges in the blue crab Callinectes sapidus. Arch. Environ. Chem. Toxicol.72 : 461-470. (PDF)

675. Zimmer, A.M., Wilson, J.M., Wright, P.A., Hiroi, J., and Wood, C.M. (2017). Different mechanisms of Na+ uptake and ammonia excretion by the gill and yolk sac epithelium of early life stage rainbow trout. J. Exp. Biol. 220: 775-786. (PDF)

674. Smith, D.S., Cooper, C.A. and Wood, C.M. (2017). Measuring Biotic Ligand Model (BLM) parameters in vitro: copper and silver binding to rainbow trout gill cells as cultured epithelia or in suspension. Environ. Sci. Technol. 51:1733-1741. (PDF)

673. Glover, C.N., Blewett, T.A. and Wood, C.M. (2017). Effects of environmental salinity manipulations on uptake rates and distribution patterns of amino acids in the pacific  hagfish. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 204: 164-168. (PDF)

672. Bianchini, L.F., Wood, C.M., Bergman,H.L., Johannsson, O.E., Laurent,P., Chevalier, C., Kisipan, M.L.,KavembeG.D., Papah, M.B., Brix. K.V., De Boeck, G., Maina, J.N.,Ojoo, R., and Bianchini, A.  (2017). Metabolism and antioxidant  defense in the larval chironomid  Tanytarsus minutipalpus: Adjustments to diel variations in the extreme conditions of Lake Magadi. Biology Open, 6: 83-91. (PDF)

671. Zimmer, A.M. and Wood, C.M. (2016). Acute exposure to high environmental ammonia (HEA) triggers the emersion response in the green shore crab. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A. 204:64-75. (PDF)

670. Crémazy A., Wood, C.M., Smith, D.S. Ferreira, M.S., Johannsson, O.E.,
Giacomin, M., and Val, A.L.. (2016). Investigating copper toxicity in the
tropical fish cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi) in natural Amazonian
waters: measurements, modeling, and reality. Aquat. Toxicol. 180: 353-363.(PDF)

669. Brix, K.V., Tellis, M.S., Cremazy, A., and Wood, C.M. (2016). Characterization of the effects of binary metal mixtures on short-term uptake of Ag, Cu and Ni by rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus my kiss). Aquat. Toxicol. 180: 236-246. (PDF)

668. Niyogi, S., Blewett, T.A., Gallagher, T., Fehsenfeld, S. and Wood, C.M. (2016). Effects of salinity on short-term waterborne zinc uptake, accumulation and sub-lethal toxicity in the green shore crab (Carcinus maenas). Aquat. Toxicol. 178: 132-140.(PDF)

668.  Wood, C.M. and Giacomin, M. (2016). Feeding through your gills and turning a toxicant into a resource: how the dogfish shark scavenges ammonia from its environment. J. Exp. Biol. 219: 3218-3226.(PDF)

666. Wood C.M., Brix K.V., De Boeck, G., Bergman, H.L., Bianchini, A., Bianchini, L.F., Maina, J.N., Johannsson, O.E., Kavembe, G.D., Papah, M.B., Letura, K.M. and Ojoo, R.O. (2016) .Mammalian metabolic rates in the hottest fish on earth. Scientific Reports 6: 26990 (1-9). (PDF)

665. Clifford, A.M.,  Zimmer, A.M., Wood, C.M., and Goss, G.G. (2016). It’s all in the gills: Evaluation of O2 uptake in Pacific hagfish refutes a major respiratory role for the skin. J. Exp. Biol.219: 2814-2818.(PDF)