Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Habitat, Predation, Lizard and Dendrobates. Janalee P. Caldwell conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Ecology and Library science through her research. Her work on Tropidurus as part of general Lizard research is frequently linked to Outcrop, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her studies in Dendrobates integrate themes in fields like Taxonomy, Systematics and Colostethus. Her studies deal with areas such as Thoropa and Aromobatidae as well as Colostethus. Her work on Nomen dubium as part of general Zoology study is frequently linked to Ranitomeya amazonica, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Janalee P. Caldwell focuses on Ecology, Zoology, Predation, Habitat and Lizard. Her study in Amazon rainforest, Amazonian, Foraging, Ecology and Predator is done as part of Ecology. In her research on the topic of Zoology, Quadrate bone is strongly related with Monophyly.
Her Predation research includes elements of Dendrobates auratus, Larva and Plant litter. Her Habitat study incorporates themes from Abundance, Biodiversity, Tropics, Species richness and Species diversity. Her biological study deals with issues like Squamata, which deal with fields such as Cnemidophorus.
Her primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Zoology, Conservation status, Habitat and Swamp. In the field of Ecology, her study on Predator, Conservation biology and Life history theory overlaps with subjects such as Continental drift and Global distribution. Her research brings together the fields of Sister group and Zoology.
Her Conservation status research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Pantropical, Alligatoridae and Snout. Her research integrates issues of Biodiversity, Agriculture, Phylogenetic diversity, Species richness and Ecosystem in her study of Habitat. The study incorporates disciplines such as Tropics, Turtle and Amazon rainforest in addition to Swamp.
Janalee P. Caldwell mainly focuses on Zoology, Habitat, Mating, Ecology and Conservation status. Her Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Gamete structure, Reproduction, Sexual reproduction and Parthenogenesis. Her Habitat research incorporates themes from Biodiversity, Agriculture, Ecosystem, Species diversity and Ecotone.
The Mating study combines topics in areas such as Sperm, Evolutionary biology, Sexual selection and Sexual dimorphism. Janalee P. Caldwell integrates Ecology and Latent extinction risk in her studies.
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Herpetology: An Introductory Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles
Declining Amphibian Populations: The Problem of Separating Human Impacts from Natural Fluctuations
PHYLOGENETIC SYSTEMATICS OF DART-POISON FROGS AND THEIR RELATIVES (AMPHIBIA: ATHESPHATANURA: DENDROBATIDAE)
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History (2006)
Amazonian Amphibian Diversity Is Primarily Derived from Late Miocene Andean Lineages
PLOS Biology (2009)
Amphibians as harbingers of decay
Effects of Density of Growth, Metamorphosis, and Survivorship in Tadpoles of Scaphiopus Holbrooki
The evolution of myrmecophagy and its correlates in poison frogs (Family Dendrobatidae)
Journal of Zoology (1996)
The role of habitat shift in the evolution of lizard morphology: evidence from tropical Tropidurus.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1997)
The Impact of Individual Tree Harvesting on Thermal Environments of Lizards in Amazonian Rain Forest
Conservation Biology (1998)
A taxonomic revision of the Neotropical poison frog genus Ranitomeya (Amphibia: Dendrobatidae)
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