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Publications

  • Fields, P., M. Zuzow and L. Tomanek. 2012. Proteomic responses of blue mussel (Mytilus) congeners to temperature acclimation. Journal of Experimental Biology: 1106-1116.

  • Diehl, J., S. Johnson, K. Xia, A. West and L. Tomanek. 2012. distribution of 4-nonylphenol in marine organisms of North American Pacific Coast estuaries. Chemosphere: 490-497.

  • Sanders, J., M. Myers, L. Tomanek, A. Cali, P. Takvorian and M. Kent. 2012. Ichthyosporidium weissii n. sp (Microsporidia) Infecting the Arrow Goby (Clevelandia ios). Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology: 258-267.

  • Tomanek, L. 2011. Environmental proteomics: changes in the proteome of marine organisms in response to environmental stress, pollutants, infection, symbiosis, and development. Annual Review of Marine Science 3: 373-399.

  • Campanale, J., L. Tomanek and N. Adams. 2011. Exposure to ultraviolet radiation causes proteomic changes in embryos of the purple sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology: 106-120.

  • Serafini, L., J. Hann, D. Kueltz and L. Tomanek. 2011. proteomic response of sea squirts (genus Ciona) to acute heat stress. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part D Genomics & Proteomics: 322-334.

  • Tomanek, L., M. Zuzow, A. Ivanina, E. Beniash and I. Sokolova. 2011. Proteomic response to elevated P-CO2 level in eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica. Journal of Experimental Biology: 1836-1844.

  • Tomanek, L. 2010. Variation in the heat shock response and its implication for predicting the effect of global climate change on species' biogeographical distribution ranges and metabolic costs. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 971-979.

  • Tomanek, L. and M. Zuzow. 2010. proteomic response of the mussel congeners Mytilus galloprovincialis and M-trossulus to acute heat stress. Journal of Experimental Biology: 3559-3574.

  • Mykles, D., C. Ghalambor, J. Stillman and L. Tomanek. 2010. Grand Challenges in Comparative Physiology. Integrative and Comparative Biology: 6-16.

  • Robinson, G., J. Banks, D. Padilla, W. Burggren, C. Cohen, C. Delwiche, V. Funk, H. Hoekstra, E. Jarvis and L. Johnson. 2010. Empowering 21st Century Biology. Bioscience: 923-930.

  • Tomanek, L. 2008. The importance of physiological limits in determining biogeographical range shifts due to global climate change: the heat-shock response. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81: 709 - 17.

  • Harley, C., A. Randall Hughes, K. Hultgren, B. Miner, C. Sorte, C. Thornber, L. Rodriguez, L. Tomanek and S. Williams. 2006. The impacts of climate change in coastal marine systems. Ecology Letters: 228-41.

  • Tomanek, L. 2005. Two-dimensional gel analysis of the heat-shock response in marine snails (genus Tegula): interspecific variation in protein expression and acclimation ability. The Journal of Experimental Biology: 3133-43.

  • Tomanek, L. and E. Sanford. 2003. Heat-shock protein 70 (Hsp70) as a biochemical stress indicator: an experimental field test in two congeneric intertidal gastropods (genus: Tegula). The Biological Bulletin: 276-84.

  • Tomanek, L. and B.H. Helmuth. 2002. Physiological ecology of rocky intertidal organisms: A synergy of concepts. Integrative and Comparative Biology 42: 771 - 775.

  • Tomanek, L. 2002. The heat-shock response: its variation, regulation and ecological importance in intertidal gastropods (genus Tegula). Integrative and Comparative Biology 42: 797 - 807.

  • Tomanek, L. and G. Somero. 2002. Interspecific- and acclimation-induced variation in levels of heat-shock proteins 70 (hsp70) and 90 (hsp90) and heat-shock transcription factor-1 (HSF1) in congeneric marine snails (genus Tegula): implications for regulation of hsp gene expression. The Journal of Experimental Biology: 677-85.

  • Tomanek, L. and G.N. Somero. 2000. Time course and magnitude of synthesis of heat-shock proteins in congeneric marine snails (genus Tegula) from different tidal heights. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73: 249 - 256.

  • Tomanek, L. and G.N. Somero. 1999. Evolutionary and acclimation-induced variation in the heat-shock responses of congeneric marine snail species (genus Tegula) from different thermal habitats: Implications for limits of thermotolerance and biogeography. Journal of Experimental Biology 202: 2925-2936.

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