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Bradshaw, S.D. (Don)
Bradshaw, S.D. (Don)
Professor of Zoology, The University of Western Australia
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
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Capital versus income breeding: an ectothermic perspective
X Bonnet, D Bradshaw, R Shine
Oikos, 333-342, 1998
4261998
Reintroduction of macropods (Marsupialia: Macropodoidea) in Australia—a review
J Short, SD Bradshaw, J Giles, RIT Prince, GR Wilson
Biological conservation 62 (3), 189-204, 1992
4201992
Hormonal control of salt and water balance in vertebrates
SD McCormick, D Bradshaw
General and comparative endocrinology 147 (1), 3-8, 2006
3242006
Little evidence for fire-adapted plant traits in Mediterranean climate regions
SD Bradshaw, KW Dixon, SD Hopper, H Lambers, SR Turner
Trends in plant science 16 (2), 69-76, 2011
2282011
Ecophysiology of desert reptiles
SD Bradshaw, SD Bradshaw
Academic Press, 1986
1941986
Vertebrate ecophysiology: an introduction to its principles and applications
D Bradshaw
Cambridge University Press, 2003
1302003
Applications and implications of ecological energetics
S Tomlinson, SG Arnall, A Munn, SD Bradshaw, SK Maloney, KW Dixon, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (5), 280-290, 2014
1262014
The influence of dehydration on the thermal preferences of the Western tiger snake, Notechis scutatus
M Ladyman, D Bradshaw
Journal of Comparative physiology B 173, 239-246, 2003
1112003
‘Heaven’ for serpents? A mark–recapture study of tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus) on Carnac Island, Western Australia
X Bonnet, D Pearson, M Ladyman, O Lourdais, D Bradshaw
Austral Ecology 27 (4), 442-450, 2002
1102002
Behavioural attitudes and regulation of temperature in Amphibolurus lizards
SD Bradshaw, AR Main
Journal of Zoology 154 (2), 193-221, 1968
1091968
Homeostasis in desert reptiles
SD Bradshaw
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
912012
Growth and mortality in a field population of Amphibolurus lizards exposed to seasonal cold and aridity
SD Bradshaw
Journal of Zoology 165 (1), 1-25, 1970
911970
Aspects of water and electrolyte changes in a field population of Amphibolurus lizards
SD Bradshaw, VH Shoemaker
Comparative biochemistry and physiology 20 (3), 855-865, 1967
831967
Gestation, Thermoregulation, and Metabolism in a Viviparous Snake, Vipera aspis: Evidence for Fecundity‐Independent Costs
M Ladyman, X Bonnet, O Lourdais, D Bradshaw, G Naulleau
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76 (4), 497-510, 2003
822003
Ovarian cycle and egg production of the western swamp tortoise Pseudemydura umbrina (Testudines: Chelidae) in the wild and in captivity
G Kuchling, SD Bradshaw
Journal of Zoology 229 (3), 405-419, 1993
781993
Seasonal changes in the water and electrolyte metabolism of Amphibolurus lizards in the field
SD Bradshaw
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 36 (4), 689-717, 1970
701970
Hydrological change escalates risk of ecosystem stress in Australia's threatened biodiversity hotspot
P Horwitz, D Bradshaw, S Hopper, P Davies, R Froend, F Bradshaw
Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 91, 1, 2008
692008
Changes in plasma progesterone in relation to vitellogenesis and gestation in the viviparous snake Vipera aspis
X Bonnet, G Naulleau, D Bradshaw, R Shine
General and Comparative Endocrinology 121 (1), 84-94, 2001
692001
Osmoregulation and pituitary-adrenal function in desert reptiles
SD Bradshaw
General and Comparative Endocrinology 25 (2), 230-248, 1975
681975
Sexual activity and plasma levels of sex steroids in the aspic viper Vipera aspis L.(Reptilia, Viperidae)
H Saint Girons, SD Bradshaw, FJ Bradshaw
General and Comparative Endocrinology 91 (3), 287-297, 1993
661993
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