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Hairston Jr., N. G., W. Lampert, L. J. Weider, U. Gaedke, J. M. Fisher, J. A. Fox and D. M. Post (1999). "Rapid evolution revealed by dormant eggs." Nature 401: 446.

Hairston Jr., N. G., C. L. Holtmeier, W. Lampert, L. J. Weider, D. M. Post, J. M. Fisher, C. L. Cáceres, J. A. Fox and U. Gaedke (2001). "Natural selection for grazer resistance to toxic cyanobacteria: evolution of phenotypic plasticity?" Evolution 55: 2203-2214.

Haislip, T. W. (1968). The reproductive behavior of the scissor-tailed-flycatcher in southern Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Okahoma.

Håkanson, L., A. Parparov and K. D. Hambright (2000). "Modeling the impact of water level fluctuations on water quality (suspended particulate matter) in Lake Kinneret, Israel." Ecological Modeling 128: 101-125.

Håkanson, L., A. R. Parparov, A. Ostapeny, V. Bulon, and K. D. Hambright (2000).  Development of a system of water quality as a tool for management.  Final Report for the period from 1 Dec 1998 to 1 Dec 2000, INTAS - BELARUS 97-0306.

Håkanson, L., A. Ostapenia, A. Parparov, K. D. Kambright, and V. V. Boulion (2003).  Management criteria for lake ecosystems applied to case studies of changes in nutrient loading and climate change.  Lakes & Reservoirs:  Research & Management 8:141-155.

Hale, M. C. (1963). "A comparative study of the food of the shiners Notropis lutrensis and Notropis venustus." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 43: 125-129.

Halet, J. W. (1975). A study on the physical and chemical water quality properties of the recreational areas in the Red River and Big Mineral arms of Lake Texoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Hall, G. E. (1956). "Additions to the fish fauna of Oklahoma with summary of introduced species." Southwestern Naturalist 1(1): 16-26.

Hall, G. E. and R. M. Jenkins (1954). "The rate of growth of channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, in Oklahoma waters." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 33: 121-129.

Hall, M. T. and C. J. Carr (1964). "Differential selection in juniper populations from the Baum Limestone and Trinity Sand of southern Oklahoma." Butler U. Bot. Stud. 14(2): 21- 40.

Hambright, K.D., W. Eckert, P. R. Leavitt, and C.L. Schelske. 2004. Effects of historical lake level and land use on sediment and phosphorus accumulation rates in Lake Kinneret. Environmental Science and Technology 38(24): 6460-6467.

Hambright, K. D. and T. Zohary (2003).  Lake Kinneret and water supply in Israel:  ecological limits to operational supply.  In:  Hambright, K.D., F.J. Ragep, & J. Ginat (eds.) Water in the Jordan Valley:  Technical Solutions and Regional Cooperationm proceedings of an international conference.  Center for Peace Studies, University of Oklahoma Press.

Hambright, K. D. and W. Eckert (2002).  Sediment-water phosphorus dynamics in newly created Lake Agmon (Agmon-Hula wetlands), Israel.  Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 27:4001-4004.

Hambright, K. D., T. Zohary, and H. Güde (2001).  Indirect zooplankton effects on water quality:  grazing and nutrient remineralization.  Final Report for the period:  1 Apr 1998 - 31 Mar 2001 to the Israel Ministry of Science and the German Federal Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Technology:  DISUM 44, Grant no. GR 01565.

Hambright, K.D., S. C. Blumenshine, and J. Shapiro (2002).  Can filter-feeding fishes improve water quality in lakes?  Freshwater Biology 47:1173-1182.

Hambright, K. D., T. Zohary, J. Easton, B. Azoulay and T. Fishbein (2001). "Effects of zooplankton grazing and nutrients on the bloom-forming, N2-fixing cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon in Lake Kinneret." Journal of Plankton Research 23: 165-174.

Hampton, R. E. (1986). "Male preference for females of different sizes in Gambusia affinis: a response to size specific female mortality?" Transactions of the Kentucky Academy of Science 47: 126-132.

Hambright, K. D., S. C. Blumenshine and J. Shapiro (2002). "Can filter-feeding fishes improve water quality in lake?" Freshwater Biology 47:1173-1182.

Hardin, J. W., G. Doerksen, D. Herndon, M. Hobson and F. Thomas (1972). "Pollination ecology and floral biology of four weedy genera in southern Oklahoma." Southwestern Naturalist 16(3-4): 403-412.

Hardy, H. T. (1966). "The effect of sunlight and temperature on the posture of Perithemis tenera (Odonata)." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 46: 41-45.

Hargrave, C. W. (2000). A decade of stability in fish assemblages of a harsh, prairie river system. Department of Zoology. Norman, OK, The University of Oklahoma.

Hargrave, C. H., K. G. Sutherland, E. Marsh-Matthews and W. J. Matthews.  2005. Multiple interacting factors affect pH in museum storage solutions.  Collection Forum 19:23-31.

Harlow, D. R. (1962). The helminth fauna of the pectoral sandpiper (Erolia melanotos) with special reference to the effects of migration. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Harmon, W. J. (1956). "Some earthworms from southern Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 35: 51-55.

Harney, L. (1955). "Notes on the food habits of three common lizards of southern Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 34: 85-86.

Harp, G. L. and W. J. Matthews (1975). "First Arkansas records of Lampetra spp. (Petromyzontidae)." Southwestern Naturalist 20: 414-416.

Harrell, M. R., R. B. Harrell and H. H. Bailey (1977). "Assessment of Corbicula manilensis (Philippi) (Pelecypoda:Corbiculidae) as an intermediate host for digenia in Lake Texoma." Southwestern Naturalist 22(2): 280-281.

Hart, B. E. (1971). Karyology and evolution of the plains pocket gopher, Geomys bursarius. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Hart, E. B. (1978). "Karyology and evolution of the plains pocket gopher, Geomys bursarius." Occ. Papers of the Museum of Natural History 2.

Harvey, B. C., R. C. Cashner and W. J. Matthews (1988). "Differential effects of largemouth and smallmouth bass on the habitat use of stoneroller minnows in stream pools." Journal of Fisheries Biology 33: 481-488.

Harvey, B. C., R. C. Cashner and W. J. Matthews (1988). "Comparison of the effects of largemouth and smallmouth bass on the habitat use of stoneroller minnows in stream pools." Journal of Fisheries Biology 33: 481-487.

Harvey, B. C., R. C. Cashner and W. J. Matthews (1988). "Taxonomic changes in the Oklahoma fish fauna, 1973-1988." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 68: 1-7.

Heger, N. A. (1988). "Prey preference in hatchling Sceloporus undulatus." Bull. Okla. Herpetology Soc. 13: 1-4.

Heines, D. C. and W. J. Matthews (1987). Historical perspectives on the study of community and evolutionary ecology of North American fishes. Community and Evolutionary Ecology of North American Stream Fishes. W. J. Matthews and D. C. Heins. Norman, Oklahoma, University of Okahoma Press: 3-7.

Hellquist, C. B. (1980). "Correlation of alkalinity and the distribution of potamogeton in New England." Rhodora 82: 331-344.

Hill, L. G. (1963). "Castroides ohioensus (Rodentia) in Arkansas." Southwestern Naturalist 8(3): 150-153.

Hill, L. G. (1968). "Oxygen preference in the spring cavefish, Chologaster agassizi." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 97(4): 448-454.

Hill, L. G. (1968). "Inter- and intrapopulational variation of vertebral numbers of the yoke darter, Etheostoma juliae." Southwestern Naturalist 13(2): 175-191.

Hill, L. G. (1969). "Distributional and populational isolation of the spring cavefish, Chologaster agassizi (Pisces:Amblyopsidae)." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 48: 32-36.

Hill, L. G. (1969). "Feeding and food habits of the spring cavefish, Chologaster agassizi." American Midland Naturalist 82: 110-116.

Hill, L. G. (1969). "Reactions of the American eel to dissolved oxygen tensions." Texas Journal of Science 20: 305-315.

Hill, L. G. (1970). "Resistance of the plains killifish, Fundulus kansae (Cyprinodontidae) to combined stresses of temperature and salinity." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 50: 75-78.

Hill, L. G. (1971). "Preference behavior of the Red River pupfish to acclimated salinities." Southwestern Naturalist 16(1): 55-63.

Hill, L. G. (1971). "Scale development and patterns of squamation on the spring cavefish, Chologaster agassizi (Amblyopsidae)." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 51: 13-15.

Hill, L. G. (1971). "Sensitivity of channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, to dissolved oxygen tensions." Catfish Farmer 3(4): 29-37.

Hill, L. G. (1971). "Social aspects of aerial respiration of young gar (Lepisosteus)." Southwestern Naturalist 16(3&4): 239-247.

Hill, L. G. (1971). The role of field stations in biological education and research. AIBS Report, National Science Foundation. pp. 322-324.

Hill, L. G., Ed. (1975). Oklahoma Reservoir Resources. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science.

Hill, L. G. and D. R. Carson (1970). "Resistance of the plains killifish, Fundulus kansae (Cyprinodontidae) to combined stresses of temperature and salinity." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 50: 75-78.

Hill, L. G. and M. R. Curd (1969). "Additional observations of the striped mullet, Mugil cephalus (Mugillidae) in Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 57: 36-37.

Hill, L. G., A. A. Echelle and G. Schnell (1973). "Effects of dissolved oxygen concentrations on locomotory reactions of the spotted gar, Lepisosteus oculatus (Pisces:Lepisosteidae)." Copeia 1: 119-124.

Hill, L. G. and P. Hampton (1969). "Hydrogen-ion preferences and tolerances of certain freshwater fishes." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 48: 37-42.

Hill, L. G. and J. P. Holland (1971). "Preference behavior of the Red River pupfish to acclimation-salinities." Southwestern Naturalist 16(1): 55-63.

Hill, L. G. and T. A. Jenssen (1968). "A meristic study of the redbelly dace, Chrosomus erythrogaster, (Cyprinidae), from a stream in southern Oklahoma." Southwestern Naturalist 13(1): 55-60.

Hill, L. G. and W. J. Matthews (1980). "Temperature selection by the darters Etheostoma radiosum and E. spectabile." American Midland Naturalist 104: 412-415.

Hill, L. G., W. J. Matthews, M. A. Schene and K. Asbury (1981). "Notes on fishes of Grand River, Chouteau Creek and Pryor Creek, Mayes County, Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 61: 76-77.

Hill, L. G., W. J. Matthews and G. D. Schnell (1978). "Locomotory reactions of two cyprinodontid fishes to differences in dissolved oxygen concentrations." Southwestern Naturalist 23(3): 397-400.

Hill, L. G. and J. L. Renfro (1972). "Cytological adaptation in the gills of the Red River pupfish, Cyprinodon rubrofluviatilis." Southwestern Naturalist 17(2): 204-206.

Hill, L. G., J. L. Renfro and R. Reynolds (1972). "Effects of dissolved oxygen tensions upon the rate of aerial respiration of young spotted gar, Lepisosteus oculatus (Lepisosteidae)." Southwestern Naturalist 17(3): 273-279.

Hill, L. G., G. Schnell and J. Pigg (1975). "Thermal acclimation and temperature selection in sunfishes (Centrarchidae)." Southwestern Naturalist 20(2): 177-184.

Hill, L. G., G. D. Schnell and W. J. Matthews (1981). "Locomotor responses of striped bass, Morone saxatilis, to environmental parameters." American Midland Naturalist 105(1): 139-148.

Hill, L. G. C. (1975). Total ecosystems model for a cove in Lake Texoma . Systems Analysis and Simulation in Ecology, Academic Press. Vol. 3: pp. 205-421.

Hinman, E. J. (1951). "A preliminary study of mosquitoes at Lake Texoma, Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 31: 51-52.

Hobæk, A. and L. J. Weider (1999). "A circumpolar study of Arctic biodiversity: Phylogeographic patterns in the Daphnia pulex complex." Ambio 28: 245-250.

Holt, J., D. S. White and A. P. Covich (1978). "Discovery of Leptodora kindtoo (Focke) (Crustacea:Cladocera) in Oklahoma and Texas." Southwestern Naturalist 23: 686-688.

Hopkins, S. H. (1967). "Rhipidocotyle lepisostei Hopkins, 1954, in gars caught in freshwater." Ibid. 53(3): 491.

Hopkins, S. J. (1966). "A comparison of the parasites of two freshwater shads, Dorosoma (Dorosoma) cepedianum and Dorosoma (Signalosa) petenense, in Lake Texoma." Journal of Parasitology 52(5): 843.

Hopper Jr., F. A. (1960). Total and regional free amino acids of the cestode Dipylidium caninum (Linnaeus 1758). Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Horn, M. H. (1965). Effects of temperature and light on the rate of aerial breathing of the bowfin, Amia calva. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Horn, M. H. and C. D. Riggs (1973). "Effects of temperature and light on the rate of air breathing of the bowfin, Amia calva." Copeia 1973(4): 653-657.

Hornuff Jr., L. E. (1968). Functional morphology of the external genitalia of nearctic damselflies (Odonata, Zygoptera). Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Houser, A. (1957). "A study of the commerical fishery of Lake Texoma." Oklahoma Fisheries Research Laboratory Report 63: 1-32.

Houser, A. (1957). A study of the commercial fishery of Lake Texoma. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

Houser, A. and A. W. Ghent (1964). "An experimental gill net based on the principle of the latin square." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 93(3): 233-242.

Hubbs, C. (1976). "The diel reproductive pattern and fecundity of Menidia audens." Copeia 1976(2): 386-388.

Hubbs, C. (1976). "Book Review: The Fishes of Missouri, by William L. Plieger, Missouri Dept. of Cons." Copeia 1976(4): 844.

Hubbs, C. (1976). "A checklist of Texas freshwater fishes." Texas Parks and Wildlife Department No. 11.

Hubbs, C. (1977). "Possible rationale and protocol for faunal supplementations." Fisheries 2(2): 12-14.

Hubbs, C. (1977). A review of circumstances affecting the abundance of Gambusia gaigei, an endangered fish endemic to Big Bend National Park. Proceedings, First Conference on Research in National Parks.

Hubbs, C. (1978). "Book review: The Eel by F.W. Tesch. John Wiley, and Sons, 434 pp." Copeia 1978(3): 554.

Hubbs, C. and H. H. Bailey (1977). "Effects of temperature on the termination of breeding season of Menidia audens." Southwestern Naturalist 22(4): 544-547.

Hubbs, C. and C. Bryan (1974). Effect of parental temperature experience on thermal tolerance of eggs of Menidia. Early Life History of Fish. J. H. S. Blaxter., International Council Expl. Sea.: pp. 431-435.

Hubbs, C. and C. Bryan (1975). "Ontogenetic rates and tolerances of the channel darter, Hadropterus capelandi." Texas Journal of Science 26(3&4): 624-625.

Hubbs, C., J. D. Bryan, J. Cox, E. M. Grigsby, T. R. Lawrence, D. L. McNeely, D. A. Nieman, J. Smith, G. L. Steele, M. V. Buskirk, S. Wilson and D. Altman (1976). "The effects of a halocline on fish distribution in the Red River Arm of Lake Texoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 56: 32-37.

Hubbs, C. and D. F. Burnside (1972). "Developmental sequences of Zygonectes notatus at several temperatures." Copeia 1972: 862-865.

Hubbs, C. and S. M. Dean (1979). "Growth and reproductive responses of Menidia beryllina (Atherinidae) inhabiting Lake Texoma." Southwestern Naturalist 24(3): 546-549.

Hubbs, C. and A. A. Echelle (1973). Endangered non-game fishes of the upper Rio Grande basin. Endangered Vertebrates in the Southwest. W. C. Huey, New Mexico Game and Fish.

Hubbs, C., B. Gaud, J. R. Koplin, K. R. Kramm, P. T. Northern, J. Savitz, D. Schmelz and J. H. Woolpy (1975). The vertebrate submodel. Systems Analysis and Simulation in Ecology. B. P. Patten. New York, Academic Press. Vol. III.

Hubbs, C., E. Marsh-Matthews, W. J. Matthews and A. A. Anderson (1997). "Changes in fish assemblages in East Texas streams from 1953 to 1986." Texas Academy of Science 49(Supplement--Invited Symposium): 67-84.

Hubbs, C. and J. Pigg (1972). "Habitat preferences of the harlequin darter, Etheostoma histrio, in Texas and Oklahoma." Copeia 1972: 193-194.

Hubbs, C. and J. Pigg (1976). "The effects of impoundments on threatened fishes of Oklahoma." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 5: 113-117.

Hubbs, C., H. B. Sharp and J. F. Schneider (1971). "Developomental rates and tolerances of the plains killifish, Fundulus kansae, and comparison with related fishes." Texas Journal of Science 23: 371-379.

Hubbs, C. and J. G. Williams (1977). "A review of circumstances affecting the abundance of Gambusia gaigei, an endangered fish endemic to Big Bend National Park." Proc. First Conf. Res. National Parks 1: 631-635.

Hubbs, C. and S. Wilson (1972). "Developmental rates and tolerances of the plains killifish, Fundulus kansae, and a comparison with related fishes." Texas Journal of Science 23: 371-379.

Hughes, R. M., S. A. Heiskarky, W. J. Matthews and C. O. Yoder (1993). Use of ecoregions in biomonitoring. Biological Monitoring of Freshwater Ecosystems. S. Loeb and A. Spacie. Boca Raton, FL, Lewis Press.

Hughes-Schrader, S. (1975). "Segregational mechanisms of sex chromosomes in spongilla-flies (Neuroptera: Sisyridae)." Chromosoma (Berl.) 52: 1-10.

Humphries, J. M. and R. C. Cashner (1994). "Notropis sutkusi, a new Cyprinid from the Ouachita uplands of Oklahoma and Arkansas, with comments on the status of Ozarkian populations of Notropis rubellus." Copeia 1994: 82-90.

Hutchinson, V. H. and L. G. Hill (1978). "Ontogenetic changes in thermal selection of Rana catesbiana tadpoles." Journal of Thermal Biology 3: 57-60.

Hutchison, V. H. and L. G. Hill (1976). "Thermal selection in the hellbender, Cryptobranchus alleganiensis, and the mudpuppy, Necturus maculosus." Herpetology 32(3): 327-331.

Hutton, A. E. (1977). Spatial relationships in perching barn and cliff swallows. Norman, Oklahoma, The University of Oklahoma.

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Ito, S., E. L. Thurston, J. A. C. Nicol and F.R.S. (1976). "Melanoid tapeta lucida in teleost fishes." Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 191: 369-385.

 

 

 

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