*denotes student co-author

In review – book chapter:

(1) Baxter-Gilbert, J., Boyle, S.P., Crino, O.L. Animal Glucocorticoid Physiology and Road Ecology in Road Ecology: Synthesis and Perspectives. Eds. D’Amico, M., Barrientos, R., Ascensao, F. Submitted for review 11/08/2021.

In review – manuscripts:

(1) Crino, O.L., Bonduriansky, R., Martin, L.B., Noble, D.W.A. Can transgenerational effects of stress physiology mediate adaptive population responses to climate change? Submitted for review to Evolution Letters  10/08/2022.

Published manuscripts: 

(36) Crino, O.L, *Falk, S., *Katsis, A.C., *Kraft, F.O.H., Buchanan, K.L. (2022) Mitochondria as the powerhouses of sexual selection: Testing mechanistic links between development, cellular respiration, and bird song. Hormones and Behavior, 142: 105184.

(35) *Udino, E., George, J.M., McKenzie, M., *Pessato, A., Crino, O.L., Buchanan, K.L., Mariette, M.M. (2021) Prenatal acoustic programming of mitochondrial function for high temperatures in an arid-adapted bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, 288: 20211893.

(34) Koch, R.E., Buchanan, K.L., Casagrande, S., Crino, O.L., Dowling, D.K., Hill, G.E., Hood, W.R., McKenzie, M., Mariette, M.M., Noble, D.W.A., Pavlova, A., Seebacher, F., Sunnucks, P., *Udino, E., White, C.R., Saline, K., Geier, A. (2021) Integrating mitochondrial aerobic metabolism into ecology and evolution. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 36(4), 321-332

(33) *Kraft, F.H., Crino, O.L., Buchanan, K.L. (2021) Developmental conditions have intergenerational effects on corticosterone levels in a passerine. Hormones and Behavior, 134: 10523.

(32) *McQueen, A., Delhy, K., Szecsenvi, B., Crino, O.L., Roast, M., Peters, A. (2021) An experimentally-induced ornament in a wild bird: physiological costs and age-related constraints. Behavioral Ecology, 32(2): 327-338.

(31) *Sarma, R.R., Edwards, R.J., Crino, O.L., *Eyck, H.J.F., Waters, P.D., Crossland, M.R., Shine, R., Rollins, L.A. (2020) Do epigenetic changes drive corticosterone respones to alarm cues in larvae of an invasive amphibian? Integrative and Comparative Biology, 60(6): 1481-1494.

(30) *Hurley, L.L., Crino, O.L., Rowe, M., Griffith, S.C. (2020), Variation in female reproductive tract morphology across reproductive cycles in the zebra finch. Peer J, 33240602.

(29) *Eyck, H.J.F., Crino, O.L., *Kraft, F.L.O.H., Jessop. T.S., Buchanan, K.L. (2020) Birds from matched developmental environments breed faster. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 74(2): 20.

(28) Careau, V., Mariette, M., Crino, O.L., Buttemer, W., Buchanan, K.L., (2020) Repeatability of behavior and physiology: impact of reproductive investment. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 113403.

(27) Crino, O.L., *Driscoll, S.C., *Brandl, H., Buchanan, K.L., Griffith, S.C. (2020) Under the weather: corticosterone levels in wild nestlings are associated with ambient temperature and wind. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 10.1016_jygcen2019113247.

(26) Martin, L.B., Addison, B., Bean, A.G.D., Buchanan, K.L., Crino, O.L., Eastwood, J.R., Flies, A.S., Hamede, R., Hill, G.E., Klaassen, M., Kock, R.E., *Martens, J.M., Napolitano, C., Narayan, E.J., Peacock, L., Peel, A.J., Peters, A., Raven, N., *Risely, A., Roast, M.J., Rollins, L.A., Ruiz-Aravena, M., Selechnik, D., *Stokes, H.S., Ujvari, B., Grogan, L.F. (2019) Extreme competence: Keystone hosts of infections. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 34: 303-314.

(25) *Eyck, H., Buchanan, K.L., Crino, O.L., Jessop, T.J. (2019) Effects of developmental stress on animal phenotype and performance: a quantitative review. Biological Reviews, 10.1111brv.12496.

(24) *Kraft, F.L., *Driscoll, S.C., Buchanan, K.L., Crino, O.L. (2019) Developmental stress reduces body condition across life-history stages: a comparison of quantitative magnetic resonance data and condition indices. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 272, 33-41.

(23) Crandell, K.E., *Smith, A.F., Crino, O.L., Tobalske, B.W. (2018) Coping with compliance during take-off and landing in the diamond dove (Geopelia cuneata). PLOS ONE,

(22) Crino, O.L., *Jensen, S.M., Buchanan, K.L., Griffith, S.C. (2018) Evidence for condition mediated trade-offs between the HPA- and HPG-axes in the wild zebra finch. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 259: 189-198. 10.1016jygcen2017.11.025

(21) Griffith, S.C., Crino, O.L., *Andrew. S.C. (2017) Commentary: The challenge of being ecologically relevant in captivity. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5(21): 1-4.  10.3389_fevo.2017.00021

(20) Crino, O.L., *Klaassen Van Oorschot, B., *Crandell, K.E., Breuner, C.W., Tobalske, B.W. (2017) Flight performance in the altricial zebra finch: development effects and reproductive consequences. Ecology and Evolution, 10.1002-ece3.2775

(19) Crino, O.L., Buchanan, K.L., Fanson, B.J., *Hurley, L.L., *Smiley, K.O., Griffith, S.C. (2017). Divorce in the socially monogamous zebra finch: Hormonal mechanisms and reproductive consequences. Hormones and Behavior, 87: 155-163. 10.1016 j.yhbeh.2016.11.004

(18) Griffith, S.C., Crino, O.L., et al. (2016) Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities. Ethology, 122: 1-28. 10.1111 eth.12576

(17) Malisch, J.L., deWolkski, K., Meek, T.H., Acosta, W., Middleton, K.M., Crino, O.L., Garland Jr., T. (2016) Acute restraint stress alters wheel-running behavior immediately following stress and up to 20 hours later in house mice. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 89(6): 546-552.

(16) Crino, O.L., Buchanan, K.L., *Trompf, L., Mainwaring, M.C., Griffith, S.C. (2016). Stress reactivity, condition, and foraging behavior in zebra finches: effects on boldness, exploration, and sociality. General and Comparative Endocrinology10.1016.j.ygcen.2016.01.014

(15) *Prior, N.H., Yap, K.N., Mainwaring, M.C., Adomat, H.H., Guns, E.S., Buchanan, K.L., Griffith, S.C., Crino, O.L., Ma, C., Soma, K.K. (2016). Sex steroid profiles in zebra finches: Effects of reproductive state and domestication. General and Comparative Endocrinology: DOI 10.1016/j.ygcen.2016.02.018.

(14) Buchanan, K.L., Mariette, M.M., Crino, O.L. (2015). Stress and sexual traits: why are there no clear relationships? A comment on Moore et al. Behavioral Ecology: DOI: 10.1093/beheco/arv222. 10.1093 beheco.ar222

(13) Crino, O.L., Breuner, C.W. (2015). Developmental stress: evidence for positive phenotypic and fitness effects in birds. Journal of Ornithology: DOI 10.1007/s10336-015-1236-z. 10.1007s10336-015-1236-z

(12) Crino, O.L., *Prather, C., *Driscoll, S.C., Good, J.M., Breuner, C.W. (2014). Developmental stress increases reproductive success in male zebra finches. Proceedings of the Royal Academy B, 281: 20141266. 10.1098rspb.2014.1266

(11) Crino, O.L., *Driscoll, S.C., Ton, R., Breuner, C.W. (2014). Corticosterone exposure during development improves performance on a novel foraging task in zebra finches. Animal Behaviour, 91: 27-32. 10.1016j.anbehav.2014.02.017

(10) Crino, O.L., *Driscoll, S.C., Breuner, C.W. (2014). Developmental stress has sustained but not lifelong effects on body size and total and free corticosterone responses in the zebra finch. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 196:123-129. 10.1016j.ygcen.2013.10.006

(9) Crino, O.L., *Johnson, E.E., Blickley, J.L., Breuner, C.W., Patricelli, G.L. (2013). The effects of experimentally elevated traffic noise on nestling white-crowned sparrow stress physiology, immune function, and life-history. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 216: 2055-2062. 10.124jeb.091109

(8) Crino, O.L., *Klaassen Van Oorschot, B., *Johnson, E.E., Malisch, J.L., Breuner, C.W. (2011). Proximity to a high traffic road: glucocorticoid and life history consequences for nestling white-crowned sparrows. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 173: 123-132. 10.1016j.ygen.2011.06.001

(7) Duhrkopfl, R.E., Baldridge, R.S., Crino, O.L. (2011). Predation by Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) on eggs, larvae, and pupae of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culcidae). Southwestern Entomologist, 36: 119-124.

(6) McGraw, K.J., Nolan, P.M., Crino, O.L. (2011). Carotenoids bolster immunity during moult in a wild songbird with sexually selected plumage coloration. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 102: 560-572. j.1095-8312.2010.01594.x

(5) Crino, O.L., Larkin, I., Phelps, S.M. (2010) Stress coping styles and singing behavior in the short-tailed singing mouse (Scotinomys teguina). Hormones and Behavior, 58: 334-340. 10.1016.j.yhbeh.2010.02.011

(4) Campbell, P., Pasch, B., Pino, J.L., Crino, O.L., *Phillips, M., Phelp, S.M. (2010). Geographic variation in the songs of Neotropical singing mice: testing the relative importance of drift and local adaptation. Evolution, 64: 1955-1972. j.1558-5646.2010.00962.x

(3) Ophir, A.G., Crino, O.L., *Wilkerson, Q.C, Wolff, J.O., Phelps, S.M. (2008). Female-directed aggression predicts paternal behavior, but female prairie voles prefer affiliative males to paternal males.  Brain, Behavior, and Evolution, 71: 32 – 40. 10.1159.000108609

(2) McGraw, K. J., O. L. Crino, W. Medina-Jerez, and P. M. Nolan. (2006). Effect of dietary carotenoid supplementation on food intake and immune function in a songbird with no carotenoid coloration. Ethology, 112: 1209-1216. McGraw et al. 2006b

(1) McGraw, K.J., Nolan, P.M., and Crino, O.L. (2006). Carotenoid accumulation strategies for becoming a colorful house finch: analyses of plasma and liver pigments in wild molting birds. Functional Ecology, 20 : 678-688. McGraw et al. 2006a