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Georgina Cox

Representative Publications:

  • Schlenker LS, Faillettaz R, Stieglitz JD, Lam CH, Hoenig RH, Cox GC, Heuer RM, Pasparakis C, Benetti DD, Paris CB, Grosell M (2021) Remote predictions of Mahi mahi (Coryphaena hippurus) spawning in the open ocean using summarized accelerometry data. Front Mar Sci 8: 131- 141.
  • Cox GC, Gillis TE (2020) Surviving anoxia: the maintenance of energy production and tissue integrity during anoxia and reoxygenation. J Exp Biol 223(13):1-14.
  • Heuer RM, Galli GLJ, Shiels, HA, Fieber LA, Cox GK, Mager EM, Stieglitz JD, Benetti DD, Grosell M, and Crossley II DA (2019). Impacts of Deep water Horizon crude oil on mahi-mahi (Coryphaena hippurus) heart cell function. Environ Sci Technol 53(16): 9895-9904.
  • Kirby AR, Cox GK, Nelson D, Heuer RM, Stieglitz JD, Benetti DD, Grossell M, and Crossley II D. (2019). Acute crude oil exposure alters mitochondrial function and ADP affinity in cardiac muscle fibers of young adult Mahi-mahi (Coryphaena hippurus). Comp Biochem Physiol Part C. 218: 88-95.
  • Cox GK, Crossley II DA, Stieglitz JD, Heuer RM, Hoenig R and Grosell M. (2017) Oil exposure impairs in situ cardiac function in Cobia (Rachycentron canadum). Environ Sci Technol 51: 14390-14396.
  • Nelson D, Stieglitz JD, Cox GK, Heuer RM, Benetti DD, Grosell M, Crossley DA II. (2017). Cardio-respiratory function during exercise in the cobia, Rachycentron canadum: The impact of crude oil exposure. Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol 201: 58-65.
  • Cox GK, Brill RW, Bonaro KA, Farrell AP (2017). Determinants of coronary blood flow in the sandbar shark Carcharhinus plumbeus. J Comp Physiol B. 187, 315-327.
  • Nelson D, Heuer RM, Cox GK, Stieglitz JD, Hoenig R, Mager, EM, Benetti DD, Grosell M, Crossley DA II. (2016). Effects of crude oil on in situ cardiac function in young adult mahi-mahi (Coryphaena hippurus). Aquatic toxicology 180, 274-281.
  • Cox GK, Kennedy G, Farrell AP (2016). Morphological arrangement of the coronary vasculature in a shark (Squalus sucklei) and a teleost (Oncorhynchus mykiss). J Morphology 277, 896-905.
  • Wilson CM, Roa JN, Cox GK, Tresguerres M, Farrell AP (2016). A tell-tale heart: The ancestral, anoxia-tolerant hagfish divulges novel heart rate control mechanism. J Exp Biol 219, 3227-3236.
  • Gillis TE, Regan MD, Cox GK, Harter TS, Brauner CJ, Richards JG, Farrell AP (2015). Characterizing the metabolic capacity of the anoxic hagfish heart. J Exp Biol 218, 3754-3761.
  • Wilson CM, Cox GK, Farrell AP (2014). The beat goes on: Cardiac pacemaking in extreme conditions. J Comp Physiol A. 186: 52-60.
  • Farrell AP, Farrell ND, Jourdan H, Cox GK (2012). A perspective on the evolution of the coronary circulation in fishes and the transition to terrestrial life. In Ontogeny and Phylogeny of the Vertebrate Heart (ed. D. Sedmera and T. Wang), pp. 75-102. New York: Springer.
  • Cox GK, Sandblom E, Richards JG and Farrell AP (2011). Anoxic survival of the Pacific hagfish (Eptatretus stoutii). J Comp Physiol B. 181, 361-371.
  • Cox GK, Sandblom E and Farrell AP (2010). Cardiac responses to anoxia in the Pacific hagfish, Eptatretus stoutii. J Exp Biol 213, 3692-3698.
  • Sandblom E, Cox GK, Perry SF and Farrell AP (2009). The role of venous capacitance, circulating catecholamines, and heart rate in the hemodynamic response to increased temperature and hypoxia in the dogfish. Am J Physiol Regulatory Integrative Comp Physiol 296,1547-1556.
  • Clark TD, Sandblom E, Cox GK, Hinch SG and Farrell AP. (2008). Circulatory limits to oxygen supply during an acute temperature increase in the Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchustshawytscha). Am J Physiol Regulatory Integrative Comp Physiol 295, 1631-1639.