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Cohen Lab Publications (2002-2006)

Cohen, J.H. and T.M. Frank (2006) Visual physiology of the Antarctic amphipod Abyssorchomene plebsBiological Bulletin 211:140-148. (cover)

Shea, D., P. Tester, J. Cohen, S. Kibler, and S. Varnam (2006) Accumulation of brevetoxins by passive sampling devices. African Journal of Marine Science 28:379-381.

Forward, R.B., Jr., J.H. Cohen, M.Z. Darnell, and A. Saal (2005) The circatidal rhythm in vertical swimming of female blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, during their spawning migration: a reconsideration.  Journal of Shellfish Research 24:587-590.

Forward, R.B., Jr., H. Diaz, and J.H. Cohen (2005) The tidal rhythm in activity of the mole crab Emerita talpoida.  Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 85:895-901.

Cohen, J.H. and R.B. Forward, Jr. (2005) Photobehavior as an inducible defense in the marine copepod Calanopia americana. Limnology and Oceanography 50:1269-1277.

Cohen, J.H. and R.B. Forward, Jr. (2005) Diel vertical migration in the marine copepod Calanopia americana. I. Twilight DVM and its relationship to the diel light cycle. Marine Biology 147:387-398.

Cohen, J.H. and R.B. Forward, Jr. (2005) Diel vertical migration in the marine copepod Calanopia americana. II. Proximate role of exogenous light cues and endogenous rhythms. Marine Biology 147:399-410.

Forward, R.B., Jr., N.B. Reyns, H. Diaz, J.H. Cohen, and D.B. Eggleston (2005) Endogenous swimming rhythms underlying secondary dispersal of early juvenile blue crabs, Callinectes sapidusJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 316:91-100.

Cohen, J.H. (2004) Visual sensitivity and diel vertical migration of the marine copepod Calanopia americana. Ph.D., Duke University.

Rittschof, D. and J.H. Cohen (2004) Crustacean peptide and peptide-like pheromones and kairomones.  Peptides 25:1503-1516.

Forward, R.B., Jr., J.H. Cohen, R.D. Irvine, J.L. Lax, R. Mitchell, A.M. Schick, M.M. Smith, J.M. Thompson, and J.I. Venezia (2004) Settlement of blue crab Callinectes sapidus megalopae in a North Carolina estuary.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 269:237-247. 

Tester, P.A., J.H. Cohen, and G. Cervetto (2004) Reverse vertical migration and hydrographic distribution of Anomalocera ornata (Copepoda: Pontellidae) in the US South Atlantic Bight.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 268:195-203. 

Forward, R.B., Jr. and J.H. Cohen (2004) Factors affecting the circatidal rhythm in vertical swimming of ovigerous blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, involved in the spawning migration. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 299:255-266.

Forward, R.B., Jr., N.B. Reyns, H. Diaz, J.H. Cohen, and D.B. Eggleston (2004) Endogenous swimming rhythms of juvenile blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, as related to horizontal transport.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 299:63-76.

Cohen, J.H. and R.B. Forward, Jr. (2003) Ctenophore kairomones and modified aminosugar disaccharides alter the shadow response in a larval crab.  Journal of Plankton Research  25(2): 203-213.

Cohen, J.H. and R.B. Forward, Jr. (2002) Spectral sensitivity of vertically migrating marine copepods.  Biological Bulletin 203: 307-314.

Cohen, J.H., E.W. Johnson, and D.H.F. Pragoff (2001) Zooplankton in flood tide conduit water from anchialine ponds on San Salvador Island, Bahamas.  Pp. 6-14 in: Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on the Natural History of the Bahamas (C. Clark-Simpson and G. Smith, eds.), Gerace Research Center.

 

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