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Dearing Denise
Dearing Denise
Professor of Biology, University of Utah
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Carbon isotope fractionation between diet, breath CO2, and bioapatite in different mammals
BH Passey, TF Robinson, LK Ayliffe, TE Cerling, M Sponheimer, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 32 (10), 1459-1470, 2005
6132005
Nitrogen isotopes in mammalian herbivores: hair δ15N values from a controlled feeding study
M Sponheimer, T Robinson, L Ayliffe, B Roeder, J Hammer, B Passey, ...
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 13 (1‐2), 80-87, 2003
4812003
An experimental study of carbon-isotope fractionation between diet, hair, and feces of mammalian herbivores
M Sponheimer, T Robinson, L Ayliffe, B Passey, B Roeder, L Shipley, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 81 (5), 871-876, 2003
3552003
The influence of plant secondary metabolites on the nutritional ecology of herbivorous terrestrial vertebrates
MD Dearing, WJ Foley, S McLean
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 36, 169-189, 2005
3402005
Turnover of carbon isotopes in tail hair and breath CO2 of horses fed an isotopically varied diet
LKATECT Robinson, AG West, MSBHPJ Hammer, B Roeder, ...
Oecologia 139, 11-22, 2004
3092004
Gut microbes of mammalian herbivores facilitate intake of plant toxins
KD Kohl, RB Weiss, J Cox, C Dale, M Denise Dearing
Ecology letters 17 (10), 1238-1246, 2014
3062014
Turnover of oxygen and hydrogen isotopes in the body water, CO2, hair, and enamel of a small mammal
DW Podlesak, AM Torregrossa, JR Ehleringer, MD Dearing, BH Passey, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (1), 19-35, 2008
2812008
Unique and shared responses of the gut microbiota to prolonged fasting: a comparative study across five classes of vertebrate hosts
KD Kohl, J Amaya, CA Passement, MD Dearing, MD McCue
FEMS microbiology ecology 90 (3), 883-894, 2014
2412014
Rancho La Brea stable isotope biogeochemistry and its implications for the palaeoecology of late Pleistocene, coastal southern California
JB Coltrain, JM Harris, TE Cerling, JR Ehleringer, MD Dearing, J Ward, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 205 (3-4), 199-219, 2004
2372004
Determining biological tissue turnover using stable isotopes: the reaction progress variable
TE Cerling, LK Ayliffe, MD Dearing, JR Ehleringer, BH Passey, ...
Oecologia 151 (2), 175-189, 2007
1912007
Diet breadth of mammalian herbivores: nutrient versus detoxification constraints
MD Dearing, AM Mangione, WH Karasov
Oecologia 123 (3), 397-405, 2000
1832000
Restructuring of the amphibian gut microbiota through metamorphosis
KD Kohl, TL Cary, WH Karasov, MD Dearing
Environmental microbiology reports 5 (6), 899-903, 2013
1662013
An experimental study of nitrogen flux in llamas: is 14N preferentially excreted?
M Sponheimer, TF Robinson, BL Roeder, BH Passey, LK Ayliffe, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 30 (12), 1649-1655, 2003
1652003
Captivity results in disparate loss of gut microbial diversity in closely related hosts
KD Kohl, MM Skopec, MD Dearing
Conservation physiology 2 (1), cou009, 2014
1552014
A history of atmospheric CO2 and its effects on plants, animals, and ecosystems
JR Ehleringer, TE Cerling, MD Dearing
Springer, 2005
143*2005
Ecology of hantavirus in a changing world
MD Dearing, L Dizney
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1195 (1), 99-112, 2010
1392010
Plant secondary metabolites compromise the energy budgets of specialist and generalist mammalian herbivores
JS Sorensen, JD McLister, MD Dearing
Ecology 86 (1), 125-139, 2005
1332005
Turnover of stable carbon isotopes in the muscle, liver, and breath CO2 of alpacas (Lama pacos)
M Sponheimer, TF Robinson, TE Cerling, L Tegland, BL Roeder, L Ayliffe, ...
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 20 (9), 1395-1399, 2006
1312006
The Function of Haypiles of Pikas (Ochotona princeps)
MD Dearing
Journal of Mammalogy 78 (4), 1156-1163, 1997
1281997
THE MANIPULATION OF PLANT TOXINS BY A FOOD‐HOARDING HERBIVORE, OCHOTONA PRINCEPS
MD Dearing
Ecology 78 (3), 774-781, 1997
1271997
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