Further Reading

Dehnel A (1949) Studies on the genus Sorex L. Annales Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skiodowska, C 5: 1-63.

Heinrich B (1981) Ecological and evolutionary perspectives. In: Heinrich B. (ed.) Insect Thermoregulation, pp. 236-302. New York: Wiley.

Iriarte JA, Franklin WL, Johnston WE, and Redford KH (1990)

Biogeographic variation in food habits and body size of the American puma. Oecologia 85: 185-190.

Jessop TS, Madsen T, Sumner J, et al. (2006) Maximum body size among insular Komodo dragon populations covaries with large prey density. Oikos 112: 422-429.

Knutson RM (1974) Heat production and temperature regulation in eastern skunk cabbage. Science 186: 746-747.

Lambers H, Chapin FS, III, and Pons TL (1998) Plant Physiological Ecology. New York: Springer.

Lillywhite HB and Navas CA (2006) Animals, energy, and water in extreme environments: Perspectives from Ithala 2004. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79: 265-273.

McNab BK (1971) On the ecological significance of Bergmann's rule. Ecology 52: 845-854.

McNab BK (2002) The Physiological Ecology of Vertebrates: A View from Energetics. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

McNab BK (2006) The energetics of reproduction in endotherms and its implication for their conservation. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46: 1159-1168.

Nagy KA, Girard IA, and Brown TK (1999) Energetics of free-ranging mammals, reptiles, and birds. Annual Reviews of Nutrition 19: 247-277.

Nagy KA, Odell D, and Seymour RS (1972) Temperature regulation by the inflorescence of Philodendron. Science 178: 1195-1197.

Pearson OP and Bradford DF (1976) Thermoregulation of lizards and toads at high altitudes in Peru. Copeia 1976: 155-170.

Root T (1988) Energy constraints on avian distributions and abundances. Ecology 69: 330-339.

Sondaar PY (1977) Insularity and its effect on mammal evolution. In: Hecht MK, Goody PC, and Hecht BM (eds.) Major Patterns in Vertebrate Evolution, pp. 671-707. New York: Plenum.

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