Jeffrey W. Lang
Jeffrey W. Lang
Emeritus Professor, Biology, University of North Dakota
Verified email at email.und.edu
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Temperature‐dependent sex determination in crocodilians
JW Lang, HV Andrews
Journal of Experimental Zoology 270 (1), 28-44, 1994
4011994
The adaptive significance of temperature-dependent sex determination in a reptile
DA Warner, R Shine
Nature 451 (7178), 566-568, 2008
2972008
Crocodilian behaviour: implications for management
JW Lang
Wildlife management: crocodiles and alligators 1987, 273-294, 1987
2091987
Crocodilian behaviour: implications for management
JW Lang
Wildlife management: crocodiles and alligators 1987, 273-294, 1987
2091987
Phenotypic plasticity for growth in the common snapping turtle: effects of incubation temperature, clutch, and their interaction
T Rhen, JW Lang
The American Naturalist 146 (5), 726-747, 1995
2081995
Social signals and behaviors of adult alligators and crocodiles
LD Garrick, JW Lang
American Zoologist 17 (1), 225-239, 1977
1781977
Geographic variation in the pattern of temperature‐dependent sex determination in the American snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina)
MA Ewert, JW Lang, CE Nelson
Journal of Zoology 265 (1), 81-95, 2005
1572005
Crocodilian thermal selection
JW Lang
Wildlife management: crocodiles and alligators 301, 317, 1987
1561987
Temperature-dependent sex determination in the snapping turtle: manipulation of the embryonic sex steroid environment
R TURk, JW Lang
General and comparative endocrinology 96, 243-254, 1994
1181994
Sex Determination and Sex Ratios in Crocodylus palustris
JW Lang, H Andrews, R Whitaker
American Zoologist 29 (3), 935-952, 1989
1161989
Sex Determination and Sex Ratios in Crocodylus palustris
JW Lang, H Andrews, R Whitaker
American Zoologist 29 (3), 935-952, 1989
1161989
Among‐family variation for environmental sex determination in reptiles
T Rhen, JW Lang
Evolution 52 (5), 1514-1520, 1998
1091998
Yolk steroids decline during sexual differentiation in the alligator
AJ Conley, P Elf, CJ Corbin, S Dubowsky, A Fivizzani, JW Lang
General and comparative endocrinology 107 (2), 191-200, 1997
1071997
Thermophilic response of the American alligator and the American crocodile to feeding
JW Lang
Copeia, 48-59, 1979
1011979
Sexual dimorphism in the genital morphology of young American alligators, Alligator mississippiensis
J Allsteadt, JW Lang
Herpetologica, 314-325, 1995
921995
Aromatase enzyme activity during gonadal sex differentiation in alligator embryos
CA Smith, PK Elf, JW Lang, JMP Joss
Differentiation 58 (4), 281-290, 1995
891995
Incubation temperature affects body size and energy reserves of hatchling American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis)
J Allsteadt, JW Lang
Physiological Zoology 68 (1), 76-97, 1995
871995
Social signals of adult American alligators. Bulletin of the AMNH; v. 160, article 3
LD Garrick, JW Lang, HA Herzog
New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1978
871978
Temperature during embryonic and juvenile development influences growth in hatchling snapping turtles, Chelydra serpentina
T Rhen, JW Lang
Journal of Thermal Biology 24 (1), 33-41, 1999
861999
Incubation temperature and sex affect mass and energy reserves of hatchling snapping turtles, Chelydra serpentina
T Rhen, JW Lang
Oikos, 311-319, 1999
661999
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