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Daniel G. Blackburn
Daniel G. Blackburn
Professor of Biology, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut USA
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Convergent evolution of viviparity, matrotrophy, and specializations for fetal nutrition in reptiles and other vertebrates
DG Blackburn
American Zoologist 32 (2), 313-321, 1992
3371992
Evolution of vertebrate viviparity and specializations for fetal nutrition: a quantitative and qualitative analysis
DG Blackburn
Journal of Morphology 276 (8), 961-990, 2015
3352015
Evolutionary origins of viviparity in the Reptilia. I. Sauria
DG Blackburn
Amphibia-Reptilia 2 (3), 185-205, 1982
2901982
Structure, function, and evolution of the oviducts of squamate reptiles, with special reference to viviparity and placentation
DG Blackburn
Journal of Experimental Zoology 282 (4‐5), 560-617, 1998
2171998
Squamate reptiles as model organisms for the evolution of viviparity
DG Blackburn
Herpetological Monographs 20 (1), 131-146., 2006
2062006
Chorioallantoic placentation in squamate reptiles: structure, function, development, and evolution
DG Blackburn
Journal of Experimental Zoology 266 (5), 414-430, 1993
2021993
Evolutionary origins of viviparity in the Reptilia. II. Serpentes, Amphisbaenia, and Ichthyosauria
DG Blackburn
Amphibia-Reptilia 6 (3), 259-291, 1985
1971985
Viviparity and oviparity: evolution and reproductive strategies
DG Blackbum
Encyclopedia of reproduction 4, 994-1003, 1999
1841999
Eutherian-like reproductive specializations in a viviparous reptile
DG Blackburn, LJ Vitt, CA Beuchat
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 81 (15), 4860-4863, 1984
1761984
Saltationist and punctuated equilibrium models for the evolution of viviparity and placentation
DG Blackburn
Journal of Theoretical Biology 174 (2), 199-216, 1995
1681995
Reptilian viviparity: past research, future directions, and appropriate models
DG Blackburn
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology-Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2000
1642000
Ecology and life history of the viviparous lizard Mabuya bistriata (Scincidae) in the Brazilian Amazon
LJ Vitt, DG Blackburn
Copeia, 916-927, 1991
1331991
Are viviparity and egg-guarding evolutionarily labile in squamates?
DG Blackburn
Herpetologica 55, 556-573, 1999
1211999
Reptilian placentation: structural diversity and terminology
JR Stewart, DG Blackburn
Copeia, 839-852, 1988
1171988
Reproduction in viviparous South American lizards of the genus Mabuya
DG Blackburn, LJ Vitt
Reproductive Biology of South American Vertebrates: Aquatic and Terrestrial …, 1992
1051992
Why are there no viviparous birds?
DG Blackburn, HE Evans
The American Naturalist 128 (2), 165-190, 1986
991986
The origins of lactation and the evolution of milk: a review with new hypotheses
DG Blackburn, V HAYSSEN, CJ MURPHY
Mammal Review 19 (1), 1-26, 1989
981989
Classification of the reproductive patterns of amniotes
DG Blackburn
Herpetological Monographs, 371-377, 2000
892000
Reproduction in the lizard Mabuya heathi (Scincidae): a commentary on viviparity in New World Mabuya
LJ Vitt, DG Blackburn
Canadian journal of zoology 61 (12), 2798-2806, 1983
871983
Specializations of the chorioallantoic placenta in the Brazilian scincid lizard, Mabuya heathi: a new placental morphotype for reptiles
DG Blackburn, LJ Vitt
Journal of morphology 254 (2), 121-131, 2002
852002
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