Peter Bushnell
Peter Bushnell
Professor of Biological Sciences; Indiana University South Bend
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Eye lens radiocarbon reveals centuries of longevity in the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus)
J Nielsen, RB Hedeholm, J Heinemeier, PG Bushnell, JS Christiansen, ...
Science 353 (6300), 702-704, 2016
Design and setup of intermittent‐flow respirometry system for aquatic organisms
MBS Svendsen, PG Bushnell, JF Steffensen
Journal of fish biology 88 (1), 26-50, 2016
An automated swimming respirometer
JF Steffensen, K Johansen, PG Bushnell
Comparative biochemistry and physiology--Part A: Physiology 79 (3), 437-440, 1984
Oxygen consumption in four species of teleosts from Greenland: no evidence of metabolic cold adaptation
JF Steffensen, PG Bushnell, H Schurmann
Polar Biology 14 (1), 49-54, 1994
Oxygen transport and cardiovascular responses in skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) and yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) exposed to acute hypoxia
PG Bushnell, RW Brill
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 162 (2), 131-143, 1992
Oxygen consumption and swimming performance in hypoxia-acclimated trout Salmo gairdneri
JF Steffensen
J. exp. Biol 113, 225-235, 1984
Horizontal and vertical movements of juvenile bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus), in relation to oceanographic conditions of the western North Atlantic, determined with ultrasonic …
RW Brill, M Lutcavage, G Metzger, PG Bushnell, MD Arendt, J Lucy, ...
National Marine Fisheries Service, 2001
Responses of swimming skipjack (Katsuwonus pelamis) and yellowfin (Thunnus albacares) tunas to acute hypoxia, and a model of their cardiorespiratory function
PG Bushnell, RW Brill
Physiological Zoology 64 (3), 787-811, 1991
The cardiovascular system of tunas
RW Brill, PG Bushnell
Fish physiology 19, 79-120, 2001
Effects of anaerobic exercise accompanying catch-and-release fishing on blood-oxygen affinity of the sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus, Nardo)
R Brill, P Bushnell, S Schroff, R Seifert, M Galvin
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 354 (1), 132-143, 2008
Cardiorespiratory responses of skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis), yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares), and bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) to acute reductions of ambient oxygen
PG Bushnell, RW Brill, RE Bourke
Canadian Journal of Zoology 68 (9), 1857-1865, 1990
Cardiovascular and respiratory physiology of tuna: adaptations for support of exceptionally high metabolic rates
PG Bushnell, DR Jones
Environmental biology of fishes 40 (3), 303-318, 1994
Metabolic and cardiac scope of high energy demand teleosts, the tunas
RW Brill, PG Bushnell
Canadian Journal of Zoology 69 (7), 2002-2009, 1991
Standard and routine metabolic rates of juvenile sandbar sharks (Carcharhinus plumbeus), including the effects of body mass and acute temperature change
W Dowd, RW Brill, PG Bushnell, JA Musick
The arterial system
PG Bushnell, DR Jones, AP Farrell
Fish physiology 12, 89-139, 1992
Exercise metabolism in two species of cod in arctic waters
PG Bushnell, JF Steffensen, H Schurmann, DR Jones
Polar Biology 14 (1), 43-48, 1994
The repulsive and feeding-deterrent effects of electropositive metals on juvenile sandbar sharks (Carcharhinus plumbeus)
R Brill, P Bushnell, L Smith, C Speaks, R Sundaram, E Stroud, J Wang
Oxygen stores and aerobic metabolism in the leatherback sea turtle
ME Lutcavage, PG BUsHNELL, DR JoNEs
Canadian Journal of Zoology 70 (2), 348-351, 1992
Blood gas, oxygen saturation, pH, and lactate values in elasmobranch blood measured with a commercially available portable clinical analyzer and standard laboratory instruments
AJ Gallagher, LH Frick, PG Bushnell, RW Brill, JW Mandelman
Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 22 (4), 229-234, 2010
The metabolic rate of an active, tropical elasmobranch, the lemon shark (Negaprion brevirostris)
PG Bushnell, PL Lutz, SH Gruber
Exp. Biol 48 (2), 1989
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