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Liang Ma (马亮)
Liang Ma (马亮)
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Thermal ecology of three coexistent desert lizards: Implications for habitat divergence and thermal vulnerability
SR Li, Y Wang, L Ma, ZG Zeng, JH Bi, WG Du
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 187, 1009-1018, 2017
522017
Global protected areas as refuges for amphibians and reptiles under climate change
C Mi, L Ma, M Yang, X Li, S Meiri, U Roll, O Oskyrko, D Pincheira-Donoso, ...
Nature Communications 14 (1), 1389, 2023
452023
High incubation temperatures enhance mitochondrial energy metabolism in reptile embryos
BJ Sun, T Li, J Gao, L Ma, WG Du
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 8861, 2015
452015
A global test of the cold‐climate hypothesis for the evolution of viviparity of squamate reptiles
L Ma, LB Buckley, RB Huey, WG Du
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (6), 679-689, 2018
392018
Adaptive responses of the embryos of birds and reptiles to spatial and temporal variations in nest temperatures
WG Du, R Shine, L Ma, BJ Sun
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1915), 20192078, 2019
382019
Oxygen-dependent heat tolerance and developmental plasticity in turtle embryos
L Liang, BJ Sun, L Ma, WG Du
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 185, 257-263, 2015
372015
A simulated heat wave shortens the telomere length and lifespan of a desert lizard
Q Zhang, X Han, X Hao, L Ma, S Li, Y Wang, W Du
Journal of thermal biology 72, 94-100, 2018
362018
Maternal thermal environment induces plastic responses in the reproductive life history of oviparous lizards
L Ma, BJ Sun, SR Li, W Sha, WG Du
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87 (5), 677-683, 2014
322014
Phenology and the physiological niche are co‐adapted in a desert‐dwelling lizard
BJ Sun, L Ma, SR Li, CM Williams, Y Wang, X Hao, WG Du
Functional Ecology 32 (11), 2520-2530, 2018
312018
The embryos of turtles can influence their own sexual destinies
YZ Ye, L Ma, BJ Sun, T Li, Y Wang, R Shine, WG Du
Current Biology 29 (16), 2597-2603. e4, 2019
302019
Latitudinal embryonic thermal tolerance and plasticity shape the vulnerability of oviparous species to climate change
B Sun, L Ma, Y Wang, C Mi, LB Buckley, O Levy, H Lu, WG Du
Ecological Monographs 91 (3), e01468, 2021
262021
Three questions about the eco‐physiology of overwintering underground
RB Huey, L Ma, O Levy, MR Kearney
Ecology Letters 24 (2), 170-185, 2021
252021
Phenotypic plasticity may help lizards cope with increasingly variable temperatures
L Ma, B Sun, P Cao, X Li, W Du
Oecologia 187, 37-45, 2018
212018
Global patterns of climate change impacts on desert bird communities
L Ma, SR Conradie, CL Crawford, AS Gardner, MR Kearney, ...
Nature communications 14 (1), 211, 2023
162023
The vulnerability of developing embryos to simulated climate warming differs between sympatric desert lizards
L Ma, BJ Sun, SR Li, X Hao, JH Bi, WG Du
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative …, 2018
162018
Food restriction affects maternal investment but not neonate phenotypes in a viviparous lizard
Y Wang, ZG Zeng, L Ma, SR Li, WG Du
Zoological Research 38 (2), 81, 2017
162017
Predicting range shifts of pikas (Mammalia, Ochotonidae) in China under scenarios incorporating land use change, climate change and dispersal limitations
L Ma, C Mi, J Qu, D Ge, Q Yang, DS Wilcove
Diversity and Distributions 27 (12), 2384-2396, 2021
152021
Temperate and tropical lizards are vulnerable to climate warming due to increased water loss and heat stress
C Mi, L Ma, Y Wang, D Wu, W Du, B Sun
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1980), 20221074, 2022
142022
Embryonic and post‐embryonic responses to high‐elevation hypoxia in a low‐elevation lizard
X Li, P Wu, L Ma, C Huebner, B Sun, S Li
Integrative Zoology 15 (4), 338-348, 2020
142020
Cool shade and not‐so‐cool shade: How habitat loss may accelerate thermal stress under current and future climate
G Stark, L Ma, ZG Zeng, WG Du, O Levy
Global Change Biology 29 (22), 6201-6216, 2023
132023
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