(#Undergraduate student, *Graduate student)

2020

Leal, M.J.*, Van Eenennaam, J.P., Schreier, A.D., and Todgham, A.E. 2020 Reduced growth may be linked to lower aerobic scope in juvenile triploid white sturgeon. Aquaculture.

Todgham, A.E., and Mandic, M. 2020. Understanding the metabolic capacity of Antarctic fishes to acclimate to future ocean conditions. Integr Comp Biol.

Frazier, A.J.*, Jensen, N.R., Young, S.P., Todgham, A.E. 2020. Does a cannibal feeding strategy impart differential metabolic performance in young burbot (Lota lota maculosa)? Conserv Physiol 8(1): coaa034; doi:10.1093/conphys/coaa034.

Cooke, S.J., Madliger, C.L.,  Cramp, R.L., Beardall, J.,  Burness, G.P., Chown, S.L., Clark, T.D., Dantzer, B., de La Barrera, E., Fangue, N.A., Franklin, C.E.,  Fuller, A., Hawkes, L.A., Hultine, K.R.,  Hunt, K.E.,  Love,  O.P., Macmillan, H.A., Mandelman, J.W., Mark, F.C.,  Martin, L.B.,  Newman, A.E.M.,  Nicotra, A.B., Robinson, S.A., Ropert-Coudert, J, Rummer, J.L., Seebacher, F., Todgham, A.E. 2020. Reframing conservation physiology to be more inclusive, integrative, relevant and forward-looking: reflections and a horizon scan.  Cons Physiol 8(1): coaa016; doi:10.1093/conphys/coaa016.

Hansen, M.J., Ligocki, I.Y., Zillig, K.E.*, Steel, A.E., Todgham, A. E., Fangue, N. A. 2020. Risk-taking and locomotion in foraging threespine sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus): the effect of nutritional stress is dependent on social context. Behav Ecol Sociobiol 74:12.

Van Eenennaam, J.P., Fiske, A.J.*, Leal, M.J.*, Cooley-Rieders, C., Todgham, A.E., Conte, F.S., Schreier, A.D. 2020. Mechanical shock during egg de-adhesion and post-ovulatory ageing contribute to spontaneous autopolyploidy in white sturgeon culture (Acipenser transmontanus). Aquaculture (515): 734530.

2019

Connon, R.E., Hasenbein, S., Brander, S.M., Poynton, H.C., Holland, E.B., Schlenk, D., Orlando, J.L., Hladik, M.L., Collier, T.K., Scholz, N.L., Incardona, J.P., Denslow, N.D., Hamdoun, A., Nicklisch, S., Garcia-Reyero, N., Perkins, E.J., Gallagher, E.P., Deng, X., Wang, D., Fong, S., Breuer, R.S., Hajibabei, M., Brown, J.B., Colbourne, J.K., Young, T.M., Cherr, G., Whitehead, A., Todgham, A.E. 2019. Review of and Recommendations for Monitoring Contaminants and their Effects in the San Francisco Bay−Delta. SFEWS. 17: Article 2.

Davis, B.E.*, Hansen, M.J., Cocherell, D.E., Nguyen, T.X., Sommer, T., Baxter, R.D., Fangue, N.A., Todgham, A.E. 2019. Consequences of temperature and temperature variability on swimming activity, group structure, and predation of endangered delta smelt. Freshwater Biol. 64: 2156-2175.

Davis, B.E.*, Cocherell, D.E., Sommer, T., Baxter, R.D., Hung, T., Todgham, A.E., and Fangue, N.A. 2019. Sensitivities of an endemic, endangered California smelt and two non-native fishes to serial increases in temperature and salinity: implications for shifting community structure with climate change. Cons Physiol 7(1): coy076: doi:10.1093/conphys/coy076.

Del Rio, A.M.*, Davis, B.E.*, Fangue, N.A., and Todgham, A.E. 2019. Combined effects of warming and hypoxia on early life stage Chinook salmon physiology and development. Cons Physiol 7(1): coy078: doi:10.1093/conphys/coy078.

Fiske, A.J*, Van Enenennaam, J.P., Todgham, A.E., Young, S.P., Holem-Bell, C.E., Goodbla, A.M., and Schreier, A.D. 2019. A comparison of methods for determining ploidy in white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus). Aquaculture.

Leal, M.J.*, Van Eenennaam, J.P., Schreier, A.D., Todgham, A.E. 2019. Diploid and triploid white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) differ in magnitude but not kinetics of physiological responses to exhaustive exercise at ambient and elevated temperatures. Can. J. Fish. and Aquat. Sci. 77: 666-673.

Leal, M.J.*, Van Eenennaam, J.P., Schreier, A.D., and Todgham, A.E. 2019. Triploidy in white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus): Effects of acute stress and warm acclimation on physiological performanceComp. Biochem. Physiol.  A. 229:10-17. 

Rodgers, E.M., Todgham, A. E., Connon, R.E., and Fangue, N.A. 2019. Stressor interactions in freshwater habitats: Effects of cold water exposure and food limitation on early‐life growth and upper thermal tolerance in white sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus. Freshwater Biol. 64:348-358.

Rodgers, E.M., Poletto, J.B., Gomez Isaza, D.F., Van Enenennaam, J.P., Connon, R.E., Todgham, A.E., Seesholtz, A., Heublein, J.C., Cech, J.J., Kelly, J.T., and Fangue, N.A. 2019.Integrating physiological data with the conservation and management of fishes: a meta-analytical review using the threatened green sturgeon (Acipenser medirostris). Cons Physiol 7(1): coz035; doi:10.1093/conphys/coz035.

2018

Connon, R.E., Jeffries, K.M., Komoroske, L.M., Todgham, A.E., and Fangue, N.A. 2018. The utility of transcriptomics in fish conservation. J. Exp. Biol.

Davis, B.E.*, Komoroske, L.M., Hansen, M.J., Poletto, J.B., Perry, E.N.#, Miller, N.A., Ehlman, S.M., Wheeler, S.G., Sih, A, Todgham, A.E., Fangue, N.A. (2018).  Juvenile rockfish show resilience to CO2-acidification and hypoxia across multiple biological scales. Conserv Physiol 6(1): coy038; doi:10.1093/conphys/coy038.

Davis, B.E.*, Flynn, E.E.*, Miller, N.A., Nelson, F. #, Fangue, N.A. and Todgham, A.E. 2018. Antarctic emerald rockcod have the capacity to compensate for warming when uncoupled from CO2-acidification. Global Change Biol. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13987

Flynn, E.E.* and Todgham, A.E. 2018.Thermal windows and metabolic performance curves in a developing Antarctic fish. J. Comp. Physiol. B. DOI: 10.1007/s00360-017-1124-3

Leal, M.J.*, Clark, B.E.#, Van Eenennaam, J., Schreier, A.D., and Todgham, A.E. 2018. The effects of warm temperature acclimation on constitutive stress, immunity, and metabolism in white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) of different ploidies. J. Comp. Biochem. Physiol.  A. 224:23-34.

Rodgers, E.M., Cocherell, D.E., Nguyen, T.X., Todgham, A.E., and Fangue, N. A. 2018. Plastic responses to diel thermal variation in juvenile green sturgeon, Acipenser medirostris. J. Ther. Bio. 76:147-155.

 

2017

Drake, M.J.*, Miller, N.A. and Todgham, A.E. 2017. The role of stochastic thermal environments in modulating the thermal physiology of an intertidal limpet, Lottia digitalis. J. Exp. Biol. 220:3072-3083.

Todgham, A.E., Crombie, T. A. and Hofmann, G.E. 2017. The effect of temperature adaptation on the ubiquitin–proteasome pathway in notothenioid fishes. J. Exp. Biol. 220:369-378.

 

2016

Jeffries, K.M., Connon, R.E., Davis, B.E.*, Komoroske, L.M.*, Britton, M.T., Sommer, T., Todgham, A.E. and Fangue, N.A. 2016. Effects of high temperatures on threatened estuarine fishes during periods of extreme drought. J. Exp. Biol. 219:1705-1716.

Lee*, S., Hung, S.S.O., Fangue, N.A., Haller, L., Verhille, C.E., Zhao*, J., and Todgham, A.E. 2016. Effects of feed restriction on the upper temperature tolerance and heat shock response in juvenile green and white sturgeon. Comp. Biochem. Phys. A. 198:87–95.

Chase*, D.A., Flynn*, E.E. and Todgham, A.E. 2016. Survival growth and stress response of juvenile tidewater goby Eucyclogobius newberryi to interspecific competition for food. Cons. Physiol. 4: cow013. DOI: 10.1093/conphys/cow013.

Davis*, B.E., Miller, N.A., Flynn*, E.E., and Todgham, A.E. 2016. Juvenile Antarctic rockcod Trematomus bernacchii are physiologically robust to CO2-acidified seawater. J. Exp. Biol. 219:1203–1213. DOI: 10.1242/jeb.133173.

Pasparakis*, C., Davis*, B.E. and Todgham, A.E. 2016. Role of sequential low-tide-period conditions on the thermal physiology of summer and winter laboratory-acclimated fingered limpets, Lottia digitalis. Mar. Biol. 163:23.
DOI: 10.1007/s00227-015-2779-5.

Chase, D.A.* and Todgham, A.E. 2016. Effect of species assemblage on juvenile growth and condition in three California estuarine fishes. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 145:94-107. DOI: 10.1080/00028487.2015.1106420.

 

2015

Verhille, C.E., Lee, S.*, Todgham, A.E., Zhao, J.*, Cocherell, D., Hung, S.S.O. and Fangue, N.A. 2015. Effects of nutritional deprivation on juvenile green sturgeon growth and thermal tolerance. Environ. Biol. Fishes. 99:145-159. DOI: 10.1007/s10641-015-0463-8.

Bjelde*, B.E., Miller, N.A., Stillman, J.H. and Todgham, A.E. 2015. The role of oxygen in determining upper thermal limits in Lottia digitalis under air exposure and submersion. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 88:483-493.

Flynn*, E.E., Bjelde*, B.E., Miller, N.A and Todgham, A.E. 2015. Ocean acidification exerts negative effects during warming conditions in a developing Antarctic fish. Cons. Physiol. 3: cov033. DOI: 10.1093/conphys/cov033.

Cheng*, B.S., Bible*, J.M., Chang, A.L., Ferner, M.C., Wasson, K., Zabin, C.L., Latta, M., Deck, A., Todgham, A.E. and Grosholz, E.D. 2015. Testing local and global stressor impacts on a coastal foundation species using an ecologically realistic framework. Global Change Biol. 21:2488-2499. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12895.

Breitburg, D.L., Salisbury, J., Bernhard, J.M., Cai, W.-J., Dupont, S., Doney, S.C., Kroeker, K.J., Levin, L.A., Long, W.C., Milke, L.M., Miller, S.H., Phelan, B., Passow, U., Seibel, B.A., Todgham, A.E. and A.M. Tarrant. 2015. And on top of all that… Coping with ocean acidification in the midst of many stressors. Oceanogr. 28(2):48–61.

Yates, K.K., Turley, C., Hopkinson, B.M., Todgham, A.E., Cross, J.N., Greening, H., Williamson, P., Van Hooidonk, R., Deheyn, D.D. and Johnson, Z. 2015. Transdisciplinary science- a path to understanding the interactions among ocean acidification, ecosystems, and society. Oceanogr. 28(2):212-225.

McLean*, K.M. and Todgham, A.E. 2015. Effect of food availability on the growth and thermal physiology of juvenile Dungeness crabs (Metacarcinus magister). Cons. Physiol. 3: cov013. DOI: 10.1093/conphys/cov013

 

2013

Todgham, A.E. and Stillman, J.H. 2013. Physiological responses to shifts in multiple environmental stressors – relevance in a changing world. Integr. Comp. Biol. 53:539-544.

Bjelde*, B.E. and Todgham, A.E. 2013. Thermal physiology of the fingered limpet Lottia digitalis under emersion and immersion. J. Exp. Biol. 216:2858-2869.

Kültz, D., Clayton, D.F., Robinson, G.E., Albertson, C., Carey, H.V., Cummings, M.V., Dewar, K., Edwards, S.V., Hofmann, H.A., Gross, L.J., Kingsolver, J.G., Meaney, M.J., Schlinger, B.A., Shingleton, A.W., Sokolowski, M.B., Somero, G.N., Stanzione, D.C., and Todgham, A.E. 2013. New frontiers for organismal biology. BioScience 63:464-471.

 

2011

Fangue, N.A., Osborne, E.J. #, Todgham, A.E. and Schulte, P.M. 2011. The onset temperature of the heat-shock response and whole-organism thermal tolerance are tightly correlated in both laboratory-acclimated and field-acclimatized tidepool sculpins (Oligocottus maculosus). Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 84:341-352.

 

2010

Hofmann, G.E. and Todgham, A.E. 2010. Living in the now- physiological mechanisms to tolerate a rapidly changing environment. Annu. Rev. Physiol. 72:127-145.

O’Donnell, M.J., Todgham, A.E., Sewell, M.A., Hammond*, L.M., Ruggiero, K., Fangue, N.A., Zippay*, M.L. and Hofmann, G.E. 2010. Ocean acidification alters skeletogenesis and gene expression in larval sea urchins. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 398:157-171.

 

2009

Todgham, A.E. and Hofmann, G.E. 2009. Transcriptomic response of sea urchin larvae Strongylocentrotus purpuratus to CO2-driven seawater acidification. J. Exp. Biol. 212: 2579-2594.

Mandic, M., Todgham, A.E. and Richards, J.G. 2009. Mechanisms and evolution of hypoxia tolerance in fish. Proc. R. Soc. B 276:735-744.

 

2008

Hofmann, G.E., O’Donnell, M.J. and Todgham, A.E. 2008. Using functional genomics to explore the effects of ocean acidification on calcifying marine organisms. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 373:219-225.

Sloman, K.A., Mandic, M, Todgham, A.E., Fangue, N.A. and Richards, J.G. 2008. The response of the tidepool sculpin Oligocottus maculosus to hypoxia in laboratory, mesocosm and field environments. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A 149:284-292.

 

2007

Todgham, A.E., Hoaglund, E.A. and Hofmann, G.E. 2007. Is cold the new hot?: Elevated ubiquitin conjugated protein levels in tissues of Antarctic fish as evidence for cold-denaturation of proteins in vivo. J. Comp. Physiol. B 177:857-866.

 

2006

Todgham, A.E., Iwama, G.K. and Schulte, P.M. 2006. Effects of the natural tidal cycle and artificial temperature cycling on Hsp levels in the tidepool sculpin Oligocottus maculosus. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 79: 1033-1045.

 

2005

Todgham, A.E., Schulte, P.M. and Iwama, G.K. 2005. Cross-tolerance in the tidepool sculpin – the role of Hsps. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 78:133-144.

 

2004

Iwama, G.K., Afonso, L.O.B., Todgham, A.E., Ackerman, P.A. and Nakano, K. 2004. Hsps as bioindicators of stress in fish. J. Exp. Biol. 207:15-19.

 

2002

Basu, N., Todgham, A.E., Ackerman, P.A., Bibeau, M.R., Nakano, K., Schulte, P.M. and Iwama, G.K. 2002. Heat shock protein genes and their functional significance in fish. Gene 295:173-183.

 

2001

Todgham, A.E., Anderson, P.M. and Wright, P.A. 2001. Effects of exercise on nitrogen excretion, carbamoyl phosphate synthetase III activity and related urea cycle enzymes in muscle and liver tissues of juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A 129:527-539.

Gamperl, A.K., Todgham, A.E., Parkhouse, W.S., Dill, R. and Farrell, A.P. 2001. Recovery of trout myocardial function following anoxia: preconditioning in a non-mammalian model. Am. J. Physiol. 281:R1755-1763.