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Keith Berven
Keith Berven
Associate professor of Biology
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Factors affecting population fluctuations in larval and adult stages of the wood frog (Rana sylvatica)
KA Berven
Ecology 71 (4), 1599-1608, 1990
10091990
Interpreting geographic variation in life-history traits
KA Berven, DE Gill
American Zoologist 23 (1), 85-97, 1983
7391983
The genetic basis of altitudinal variation in the wood frog Rana sylvatica. I. An experimental analysis of life history traits
KA Berven
Evolution, 962-983, 1982
6371982
DISPERSAL IN THE WOOD FROG (RANA SYLVATICA): IMPLICATIONS FOR GENETIC POPULATION STRUCTURE
KA Berven, TA Grudzien
Evolution 44 (8), 2047-2056, 1990
6071990
Predicting amphibian metamorphosis
SJ Smith-Gill, KA Berven
The American Naturalist 113 (4), 563-585, 1979
5271979
Countergradient selection in the green frog, Rana clamitans
KA Berven, DE Gill, SJ Smith-Gill
Evolution, 609-623, 1979
4141979
Mate choice in the wood frog, Rana sylvatica
KA Berven
Evolution, 707-722, 1981
3591981
The genetic basis of altitudinal variation in the wood frog Rana sylvatica II. An experimental analysis of larval development
KA Berven
Oecologia 52, 360-369, 1982
2911982
Factors affecting variation in reproductive traits within a population of wood frogs (Rana sylvatica)
KA Berven
Copeia, 605-615, 1988
1851988
The relationship among egg size, density and food level on larval development in the wood frog (Rana sylvatica)
KA Berven, BG Chadra
Oecologia 75, 67-72, 1988
1781988
Density dependence in the terrestrial stage of wood frogs: evidence from a 21-year population study
KA Berven
Copeia 2009 (2), 328-338, 2009
1192009
THE HERITABLE BASIS OF VARIATION IN LARVAL DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNS WITHIN POPULATIONS OF THE WOOD FROG (RANA SYLVATICA)
KA Berven
Evolution 41 (5), 1088-1097, 1987
1101987
Population regulation in the wood frog, Rana sylvatica, from three diverse geographic localities
KA Berven
Aust J Ecol 20, 385-392, 1995
1081995
An analysis of latitudinal variation in the larval development of the wood frog (Rana sylvatica)
VF Riha, KA Berven
Copeia, 209-221, 1991
781991
Anthropogenic changes to leaf litter input affect the fitness of a larval amphibian
JP Stephens, KA Berven, SD Tiegs
Freshwater Biology 58 (8), 1631-1646, 2013
732013
Species diversities of herpetofaunal samples from similar microhabitats at two tropical sites
WR Heyer, KA Berven
Ecology 54 (3), 642-645, 1973
721973
Modelling nutrient transport and transformation by pool‐breeding amphibians in forested landscapes using a 21‐year dataset
KA Capps, KA Berven, SD Tiegs
Freshwater Biology 60 (3), 500-511, 2015
682015
Kin recognition by tadpoles and froglets of the wood frog Rana sylvatica
TJ Cornell, KA Berven, GJ Gamboa
Oecologia 78, 312-316, 1989
581989
1. The Environmental Component of Evolutionary Biology
DE Gill, KA Berven, BA Mock
Population Biology, 1-36, 1983
501983
In vitro fertilization and assessment of male reproductive potential using mammalian gonadotropin-releasing hormone to induce spermiation in Rana sylvatica
SJ Smith-Gill, KA Berven
Copeia, 723-728, 1980
431980
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