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The Breath Carbon Isotope Ratio is a Promising Biomarker of Sugar Intake

O'Brien DM, Black JA, Niles K, Schoeller DaleA.

The FASEB Journal. Experimental Biology; 2016 April 01; San Diego, California, USA. c 00 .

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Stable isotopes in animal ecology: Assumptions, caveats, and a call for more laboratory experiments

Gannes LZ, O'Brien DM, Martinez del Rio C.

Ecology. 1997; 78:1271-1276.

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3.

Fuel use in flight and its dependence on nectar feeding in the hawkmoth Amphion floridensis.

O'Brien DM.

The Journal of experimental biology. 1999; 202(Pt 4):441-451.

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PMID:
9914151
4.

Allocation to reproduction in a hawkmoth: a quantitative analysis using stable carbon isotopes

O'Brien DM, Schrag DP, Martinez del Rio C.

Ecology. 2000; 81:2822-2831.

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5.

Fuel use in hawkmoth (Amphion floridensis) flight muscle: enzyme activities and flux rates.

O'Brien DM, Suarez RK.

The Journal of experimental zoology. 2001; 290(2):108-14.

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PMID:
11471140
6.

Renewable and nonrenewable resources: amino acid turnover and allocation to reproduction in Lepidoptera.

O'Brien DM, Fogel ML, Boggs CL.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2002; 99(7):4413-8.

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PMID:
11930002
PMCID:
PMC123662
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Pollen feeding in the butterfly Heliconius charitonia: isotopic evidence for essential amino acid transfer from pollen to eggs.

O'Brien DM, Boggs CL, Fogel ML.

Proceedings. Biological sciences. 2003; 270(1533):2631-6.

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PMID:
14728787
PMCID:
PMC1691541
8.

Making eggs from nectar: the role of life history and dietary carbon turnover in butterfly reproductive resource allocation

O'Brien DM, Boggs CL, Fogel ML.

Oikos. 2004; 105:279-291.

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9.

Allocation of larval and adult resources to reproduction in a fruit-feeding butterfly

Fischer K, O'Brien DM, Boggs CL.

Functional Ecology. 2004; 18:656-663.

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Energy metabolism in orchid bee flight muscles: carbohydrate fuels all.

Suarez RK, Darveau CA, Welch KC Jr, O'Brien DM, Roubik DW, Hochachka PW.

The Journal of experimental biology. 2005; 208(Pt 18):3573-9.

PubMed [journal]
PMID:
16155228
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