The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Odocoileus, Physiology, Sigmodon hispidus and Colinus. His Ecology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Population density. His study in Odocoileus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Herd, Antler, Roe deer and White.
He works mostly in the field of Physiology, limiting it down to topics relating to Immunology and, in certain cases, Pokeweed mitogen, Risk of mortality and Offspring, as a part of the same area of interest. His Pokeweed mitogen study which covers Immune system that intersects with Concanavalin A. In his works, Robert L. Lochmiller undertakes multidisciplinary study on Sigmodon hispidus and Cotton rat.
Robert L. Lochmiller mostly deals with Sigmodon hispidus, Ecology, Animal science, Internal medicine and Endocrinology. His Sigmodon hispidus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Toxicity, Ecotoxicology and Immunology, Immune system. The concepts of his Immunology study are interwoven with issues in Concanavalin A, Pokeweed mitogen and Physiology.
Robert L. Lochmiller focuses mostly in the field of Ecology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Zoology and, in certain cases, Juvenile. Robert L. Lochmiller has included themes like Amino acid, Odocoileus, Collared peccary, Colinus and Reproduction in his Animal science study. His research in Odocoileus tackles topics such as Antler which are related to areas like Seasonal breeder.
Robert L. Lochmiller spends much of his time researching Sigmodon hispidus, Ecology, Odocoileus, Toxicity and Soil contamination. His Sigmodon hispidus study incorporates themes from Veterinary medicine, Contamination, Immune system and Bioaccumulation. His Immune system study improves the overall literature in Immunology.
Robert L. Lochmiller studied Ecology and Forestry that intersect with Understory, Picoides and Growing season. His study on Odocoileus also encompasses disciplines like
Robert L. Lochmiller mainly focuses on Odocoileus, Antler, Reproduction, Ecology and Seasonal breeder. His Odocoileus research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Gene and Major histocompatibility complex. His Gene research includes themes of Immunology and Immune system.
Robert L. Lochmiller works mostly in the field of Antler, limiting it down to concerns involving Sexual selection and, occasionally, Veterinary medicine and Fluctuating asymmetry. Colinus and Nest are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Seasonal breeder research includes elements of Animal science and White.
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Relationship Between Protein Nutritional Status and Immunocompetence in Northern Bobwhite Chicks
Robert L. Lochmiller;Michelle R. Vestey;Jon C. Boren.
The Auk (1993)
Major-histocompatibility-complex-associated variation in secondary sexual traits of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus): evidence for good-genes advertisement.
Stephen S. Ditchkoff;Robert L. Lochmiller;I Ronald E. Masters;Steven R. Hoofer.
Physiological Correlates of Neonatal Mortality in an Overpopulated Herd of White-Tailed Deer
Michael G. Sams;Robert L. Lochmiller;Charles W. Qualls;David M. Leslie.
Journal of Mammalogy (1996)
Small mammal response to pine-grassland restoration for red-cockaded woodpeckers.
R. E. Masters;R. L. Lochmiller;S. T. McMurry;G. A. Bukenhofer.
Wildlife Society Bulletin (1998)
Temporal Variation in Humoral and Cell‐Mediated Immune Response in a Sigmodon Hispidus Population
Robert L. Lochmiller;Michelle R. Vestey;Scott T. McMurry.
In situ (mesocosm) assessment of immunotoxicity risks to small mammals inhabiting petrochemical waste sites
Timothy L. Propst;Robert L. Lochmiller;C.W. Qualls;Karen McBee.
Risk factors associated with capture-related death in eastern wild turkey hens.
David S. Nicholson;David S. Nicholson;Robert L. Lochmiller;Montie D. Stewart;Ronald E. Masters.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (2000)
VARIATION IN GASTROINTESTINAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MALE AND FEMALE WHITE-TAILED DEER: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESOURCE PARTITIONING
Jonathan A. Jenks;David M. Leslie;Robert L. Lochmiller;M. Anthony Melchiors.
Journal of Mammalogy (1994)
Age-specific causes of mortality among male white-tailed deer support mate-competition theory
Stephen S. Ditchkoff;Edgar R. Welch;Robert L. Lochmiller;Ronald E. Masters.
Journal of Wildlife Management (2001)
Concentrations of insulin-like growth factor-I in adult male white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus): associations with serum testosterone, morphometrics and age during and after the breeding season.
Stephen S Ditchkoff;Leon J Spicer;Ronald E Masters;Robert L Lochmiller.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A-molecular & Integrative Physiology (2001)
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