Alison Cree
Alison Cree
Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Otago
Verified email at otago.ac.nz
TitleCited byYear
Neglected taxonomy and continuing extinctions of tuatara (Sphenodon)
CH Daugherty, A Cree, JM Hay, MB Thompson
Nature 347 (6289), 177-179, 1990
4181990
Elevated hormonal stress response and reduced reproductive output in Yellow-eyed penguins exposed to unregulated tourism
U Ellenberg, AN Setiawan, A Cree, DM Houston, PJ Seddon
General and comparative endocrinology 152 (1), 54-63, 2007
2182007
Low annual reproductive output in female reptiles from New Zealand
A Cree
New Zealand journal of zoology 21 (4), 351-372, 1994
1801994
Biology of stress: interactions with reproduction, immunology and intermediary metabolism
LJ Guillette, A Cree, AA Rooney
Health and welfare of captive reptiles, 32-81, 1995
1521995
Relationships between corticosterone concentration and season, time of day and confinement in a wild reptile (tuatara, Sphenodon punctatus)
CL Tyrrell, A Cree
General and comparative endocrinology 110 (2), 97-108, 1998
1201998
Reproductive cycles of male and female tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) on Stephens Island, New Zealand
A Cree, JF Cockrem, LJ Guillette
Journal of Zoology 226 (2), 199-217, 1992
1151992
Raising the prospects for a forgotten fauna: a review of 10 years of conservation effort for New Zealand reptiles
DR Towns, CH Daugherty, A Cree
Biological conservation 99 (1), 3-16, 2001
1122001
Effects of reproductive condition, season, and site on selected temperatures of a viviparous gecko
J Rock, RM Andrews, A Cree
Physiological and biochemical zoology 73 (3), 344-355, 2000
952000
Reproduction of a Rare New Zealand Reptile, the Tuatara Sphenodon punctatus, on Rat‐Free and Rat‐Inhabited Islands
A Cree, CH Daugherty, JM Hay
Conservation Biology 9 (2), 373-383, 1995
921995
Effect of acute captivity stress on plasma concentrations of corticosterone and sex steroids in female whistling frogs, Litoria ewingi
EJ Coddington, A Cree
General and Comparative Endocrinology 100 (1), 33-38, 1995
871995
Biennial reproduction with a fourteen-month pregnancy in the gecko Hoplodactylus maculatus from southern New Zealand
A Cree, LJ Guillette Jr
Journal of herpetology, 163-173, 1995
831995
Protecting embryos from stress: corticosterone effects and the corticosterone response to capture and confinement during pregnancy in a live-bearing lizard (Hoplodactylus …
A Cree, CL Tyrrell, MR Preest, D Thorburn, LJ Guillette Jr
General and Comparative Endocrinology 134 (3), 316-329, 2003
702003
Tuatara recovery plan (Sphenodon spp.)
A Cree, D Butler
Threatened Species Unit, Department of Conservation, 1993
701993
Tuatara sex determination
A Cree, MB Thompson, CH Daugherty
Nature 375 (6532), 543-543, 1995
691995
The effect of reproductive condition on thermoregulation in a viviparous gecko from a cool climate
J Rock, A Cree, RM Andrews
Journal of Thermal Biology 27 (1), 17-27, 2002
572002
A cold-adapted reptile becomes a more effective thermoregulator in a thermally challenging environment
AA Besson, A Cree
Oecologia 163 (3), 571-581, 2010
542010
Support for a rare pattern of temperature-dependent sex determination in archaic reptiles: evidence from two species of tuatara (Sphenodon)
NJ Mitchell, NJ Nelson, A Cree, S Pledger, SN Keall, CH Daugherty
Frontiers in Zoology 3 (1), 9, 2006
542006
Relative use of three types of artificial retreats by terrestrial lizards in grazed coastal shrubland, New Zealand
M Lettink, A Cree
Applied Herpetology 4 (3), 227-243, 2007
532007
Oviductal structure in a viviparous New Zealand gecko, Hoplodactylus maculatus
JE Girling, A Cree, LJ Guillette, Jr
Journal of Morphology 234 (1), 51-68, 1997
521997
Responses of Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) to Removal of Introduced Pacific Rats from Islands
DR Towns, GR Parrish, CL Tyrrell, GT Ussher, A Cree, DG Newman, ...
Conservation Biology 21 (4), 1021-1031, 2007
512007
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