PEER-REVIEWED (ACADEMIC)

PUBLICATIONS

  1. S.N.N. Du, J.A. Choi, E.S. McCallum, A.R. McLean, B.G. Borowiec, S. Balshine, and G.R. Scott. 2019. Metabolic implications of wastewater exposure in bluegill sunfish. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C. 224: 108562

  2. A.P.H. Bose*, B.G. Borowiec*, G.R. Scott, and S. Balshine. 2019. Nesting on high: reproductive and physiological consequences of living in the intertidal zone. 33: 29 - 36. Evol. Ecol.

  3. B.G. Borowiec, G.B. McClelland, B.B. Rees, and G.R. Scott. 2018. Distinct metabolic adjustments arise from acclimation to constant hypoxia and intermittent hypoxia in estuarine killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus).  J. Exp. Biol. 221: jeb190900. 

  4. D.D. Tuong, B. Borowiec, A. Clifford, R. Filogonio, D. Somo, D.T.T. Huong, N.T. Phuong, T. Wang, M. Bayley, and W.K. Milsom. 2018. Ventilatory responses of the clown knifefish, Chitala ornata, to hypercarbia and hypercapnia. J. Comp. Physiol. B. 188: 581 - 589. 

  5. B.G. Borowiec, C.M. O’Connor, K. Goodick, G.R. Scott, and S. Balshine. 2018. The preference for social affiliation renders fish willing to accept lower O2 levels. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 91: 716-724. 

  6. B.G. Borowiec*, K.D. Crans*, F. Khajali, N.A. Pranckevicius, A. Young, and G.R. Scott. 2016. Interspecific and environment-induced variation in hypoxia tolerance in sunfish. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A. 198: 59-71.

  7. S.N.N. Du, S. Mahalingam, B.G. Borowiec, and G.R. Scott. 2016. Mitochondrial physiology and reactive oxygen species production are altered by acclimation to constant hypoxia and intermittent hypoxia in killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus). J. Exp. Biol. 219: 1130-1138. 

  8. B.G. Borowiec, K.L. Darcy, D.M. Gillette, and G.R. Scott. 2015. Distinct physiological strategies are used to cope with constant hypoxia and intermittent hypoxia in killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus). J. Exp. Biol. 218: 1198-1211. 

Forthcoming 

  1. B.G. Borowiec, R.D. Hoffman, C.D. Hess, F. Galvez, and G.R. Scott. Evolutionary variation in hypoxia tolerance and hypoxia acclimation responses in killifish from the family Fundulidae. In review. 

  2. N. Houpt, B.G. Borowiec, A.P.H. Bose, N.A. Brown, G.R. Scott, and S. Balshine. Parental males of the plainfin midshipman are physiologically resilient to the challenges of the intertidal zone. In review.

* Equal contributions

Copies of all publications are available upon request

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