SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Andersson, M. (1994) Sexual Selection. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
  • Angilletta, M.J. Jr & Sears, M.W. (2000) The metabolic cost of reproduction in an oviparous lizard. Functional Ecology, 14, 3945.
  • Ballinger, R.E. (1973) Comparative demography of two viviparous iguanid lizards (Sceloporus jarrovi and Sceloporus poinsetti). Ecology, 54, 269283.
  • Ballinger, R.E. (1979) Intraspecific variation in demography and life history of the lizard, Sceloporus jarrovi, along an altitudinal gradient in southeastern Arizona. Ecology, 60, 901909.
  • Ballinger, R.E. & Nietfeldt, J.W. (1989) Ontogenetic stages of reproductive maturity in the viviparous lizard, Sceloporus jarrovi. Journal of Herpetology, 23, 282292.
  • Beaupre, S.J., Duvall, D. & O’Leile, J. (1998) Ontogenetic variation in growth and sexual size dimorphism in a central Arizona population of the western diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox). Copeia, 1998, 4047.
  • Bell, G. & Koufopanou, V. (1986) The cost of reproduction. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology (eds R.Dawkins & M.Ridley), Vol. 3, pp. 83131. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Beuchat, C.A. (1986) Reproductive influences on the thermoregulatory behavior of a live-bearing lizard. Copeia, 1986, 971979.
  • Beuchat, C.A. & Vleck, D. (1990) Metabolic consequences of viviparity in a lizard, Sceloporus jarrovi. Physiological Zoology, 63, 555570.
  • Brown, G.P. & Weatherhead, P.J. (1997) Effects of reproduction on survival and growth of female northern water snakes, Nerodia sipedon. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 75, 424432.
  • Brown, G.P. & Weatherhead, P.J. (2004) Sexual abstinance and the cost of reproduction in adult male water snakes, Nerodia sipedon. Oikos, 104, 269276.
  • Bruce, R.C. (1993) Sexual size dimorphism in desmognathine salamanders. Copeia, 1993, 313318.
  • Congdon, J.D. (1977) Energetics of the montane lizard Sceloporus jarrovi: a measurement of reproductive effort. PhD Thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
  • Cooper, W.E. Jr, Vitt, L.J., Hedges, R. & Huey, R.B. (1990) Locomotor impairment and defense in gravid lizards (Eumeces laticeps): behavioral shift in activity may offset costs of reproduction in an active forager. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 27, 153157.
  • Cox, R.M. (2005) Integrating proximate and ultimate causes of sexual size dimorphism in lizards. PhD Thesis, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
  • Cox, R.M. & John-Alder, H.B. (2005) Testosterone has opposite effects on male growth in lizards (Sceloporus spp.) with opposite patterns of sexual size dimorphism. Journal of Experimental Biology, 208, 46794687.
  • Cox, R.M., Skelly, S.L. & John-Alder, H.B. (2003) A comparative test of adaptive hypotheses for sexual size dimorphism in lizards. Evolution, 57, 16531669.
  • Cox, R.M., Skelly, S.L. & John-Alder, H.B. (2005) Testosterone inhibits growth in juvenile male eastern fence lizards (Sceloporus undualtus): implications for energy allocation and sexual size dimorphism. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 78, 531545.
  • Demarco, V. (1993) Metabolic rates of female viviparous lizards (Sceloporus jarrovi) throughout the reproductive cycle: do pregnant females adhere to standard allometry? Physiological Zoology, 66, 166180.
  • Demarco, V. & Guillette, L.J. Jr (1992) Physiological cost of pregnancy in a viviparous lizard (Sceloporus jarrovi). Journal of Experimental Zoology, 262, 383390.
  • Dunham, A.E. (1978a) Food availability as a proximate factor influencing individual growth rates in the iguanid lizard Sceloporus merriami. Ecology, 59, 770778.
  • Dunham, A.E. (1978b) Marquardt, Non-Linear Least-Squares Regression Growth Analysis Program. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Fitch, H.S. (1978) Sexual size differences in the genus Sceloporus. University of Kansas Science Bulletin, 51, 441461.
  • Ford, J.J. & Klindt, J. (1989) Sexual differentiation and the growth process. Animal Growth Regulation (eds D.R.Campion, G.J.Hausman & R.J.Martin), pp. 317336. Plenum Press, New York.
  • Goldberg, S.R. (1971) Reproductive cycle of the ovoviviparous iguanid lizard Sceloporus jarrovi Cope. Herpetologica, 27, 123131.
  • Landwer, A. (1994) Manipulation of egg production reveals costs of reproduction in the tree lizard (Urosaurus ornatus). Oecologia, 100, 243249.
  • Lardner, B. & Loman, J. (2003) Growth or reproduction? Resource allocation by female frogs Rana temporaria. Oecologia, 137, 541546.
  • Lawlor, L.R. (1976) Molting, growth and reproductive strategies in the terrestrial isopod, Armadillidium vulgare. Ecology, 57, 11791194.
  • Mathies, T. & Andrews, R.M. (1997) Influence of pregnancy on the thermal biology of the lizard, Sceloporus jarrovi: why do pregnant females exhibit low body temperatures? Functional Ecology, 11, 498507.
  • Partridge, L. & Harvey, P.H. (1988) The ecological context of life history evolution. Science, 241, 14491455.
  • Reznick, D. (1983) The structure of guppy life histories: the tradeoff between growth and reproduction. Ecology, 64, 862873.
  • Reznick, D. (1985) Costs of reproduction: an evaluation of the empirical evidence. Oikos, 44, 257267.
  • Ruby, D.E. & Dunham, A.E. (1984) A population analysis of the ovoviviparous lizard Sceloporus jarrovi in the Pinaleño mountains of southeastern Arizona. Herpetologica, 40, 425436.
  • Schultz, E.T. (1993) Sexual size dimorphism at birth in Micrometrus minimus (Embiotocidae): a prenatal cost of reproduction. Copeia, 1993, 456463.
  • Schwarzkopf, L. (1993) Costs of reproduction in water skinks. Ecology, 74, 19701981.
  • Schwarzkopf, L. (1994) Measuring trade-offs: a review of studies of costs of reproduction in lizards. Lizard Ecology: Historical and Experimental Perspectives (eds L.J.Vitt & E.R.Pianka), pp. 729. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
  • Shine, R. (1980) ‘Costs’ of reproduction in reptiles. Oecologia, 46, 92100.
  • Sinervo, B., Hedges, R. & Adolph, S.C. (1991) Decreased sprint speed as a cost of reproduction in the lizard Sceloporus occidentalis: variation among populations. Journal of Experimental Biology, 155, 323366.
  • Smith, G.R. (1997) Growth of reproducing and non-reproducing female lizards (Sceloporus virgatus). Journal of Herpetology, 31, 576578.
  • Stearns, S.C. (1992) The Evolution of Life Histories. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Sugg, D.W., Fitzgerald, L.A. & Snell, H.L. (1995) Growth rate, timing of reproduction, and size dimorphism in the southwestern earless lizard (Cophosaurus texanus scitulus). Southwestern Naturalist, 40, 193202.
  • Tinkle, D.W. & Hadley, N.F. (1973) Reproductive effort and winter activity in the viviparous montane lizard Sceloporus jarrovi. Copeia, 1973, 272277.
  • Tinkle, D.W. & Hadley, N.F. (1975) Lizard reproductive effort: caloric estimates and comments on its evolution. Ecology, 56, 427434.
  • Weeks, S.C. (1996) The hidden cost of reproduction: reduced food intake caused by spatial constraints in the body cavity. Oikos, 75, 345349.
  • Weiss, S.L. (2001) The effect of reproduction on food intake of a sit-and-wait foraging lizard, Sceloporus virgatus. Herpetologica, 57, 138146.
  • Woodley, S.K. & Moore, M.C. (1999) Ovarian hormones influence territorial aggression in free-living female mountain spiny lizards. Hormones and Behavior, 35, 205214.
  • Woolbright, L.L. (1983) Sexual selection and size dimorphism in anuran Amphibia. American Naturalist, 121, 110119.
  • Woolbright, L.L. (1989) Sexual dimorphism in Eleutherodactylus coqui: selection pressures and growth rates. Herpetologica, 45, 6874.
  • Yurewicz, K.L. & Wilbur, H.M. (2004) Resource availability and costs of reproduction in the salamander Plethodon cinereus. Copeia, 2004, 2836.