Peter W. Sorensen
Peter W. Sorensen
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F prostaglandins function as potent olfactory stimulants that comprise the postovulatory female sex pheromone in goldfish
PW Sorensen, TJ Hara, NE Stacey, FWM Goetz
Biology of Reproduction 39 (5), 1039-1050, 1988
A steroid sex pheromone synchronizes male–female spawning readiness in goldfish
JG Dulka, NE Stacey, PW Sorensen, GJVD Kraak
Nature 325 (6101), 251-253, 1987
Effects of temperature and trophic state on degradation of environmental DNA in lake water
JJ Eichmiller, SE Best, PW Sorensen
Environmental science & technology 50 (4), 1859-1867, 2016
Mixture of new sulfated steroids functions as a migratory pheromone in the sea lamprey
PW Sorensen, JM Fine, V Dvornikovs, CS Jeffrey, F Shao, J Wang, ...
Nature chemical biology 1 (6), 324-328, 2005
Hormonal and pheromonal control of spawning behavior in the goldfish
M Kobayashi, PW Sorensen, NE Stacey
Fish physiology and Biochemistry 26, 71-84, 2002
Functional identification of a goldfish odorant receptor
DJ Speca, DM Lin, PW Sorensen, EY Isacoff, J Ngai, AH Dittman
Neuron 23 (3), 487-498, 1999
Optimizing techniques to capture and extract environmental DNA for detection and quantification of fish
JJ Eichmiller, LM Miller, PW Sorensen
Molecular ecology resources 16 (1), 56-68, 2016
The olfactory system of migratory adult sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) is specifically and acutely sensitive to unique bile acids released by conspecific larvae.
W Li, PW Sorensen, DD Gallaher
The Journal of general physiology 105 (5), 569-587, 1995
Effects of a rapidly increasing population of common carp on vegetative cover and waterfowl in a recently restored Midwestern shallow lake
PG Bajer, G Sullivan, PW Sorensen
Hydrobiologia 632, 235-245, 2009
The relationship between the distribution of common carp and their environmental DNA in a small lake
JJ Eichmiller, PG Bajer, PW Sorensen
PloS one 9 (11), e112611, 2014
Brief review of fish pheromones and discussion of their possible uses in the control of non‐indigenous teleost fishes
PW Sorensen, NE Stacey
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 38 (3), 399-417, 2004
Different commercial broiler crosses have different susceptibilities to leg weakness
SC Kestin, G Su, P Sorensen
Poultry science 78 (8), 1085-1090, 1999
Neural processing, perception, and behavioral responses to natural chemical stimuli by fish and crustaceans
CD Derby, PW Sorensen
Journal of chemical ecology 34, 898-914, 2008
PW Sorensen
The physiology of fishes, 1998
Direct behavioral evidence that unique bile acids released by larval sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) function as a migratory pheromone
R Bjerselius, W Li, JH Teeter, JG Seelye, PB Johnsen, PJ Maniak, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (3), 557-569, 2000
Environment shapes the fecal microbiome of invasive carp species
JJ Eichmiller, MJ Hamilton, C Staley, MJ Sadowsky, PW Sorensen
Microbiome 4, 1-13, 2016
The distributional biology of the right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) in the western North Atlantic.
HE Winn, CA Price, PW Sorensen
Reports-International Whaling Commission, Special Issue 10, 129-138, 1986
Recruitment and abundance of an invasive fish, the common carp, is driven by its propensity to invade and reproduce in basins that experience winter-time hypoxia in …
PG Bajer, PW Sorensen
Biological Invasions 12, 1101-1112, 2010
High rate of redd superimposition by brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and brown trout (Salmo trutta) in a Minnesota stream cannot be explained by habitat availability alone
TE Essington, PW Sorensen, DG Paron
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (10), 2310-2316, 1998
Meal feeding is more effective than early feed restriction at reducing the prevalence of leg weakness in broiler chickens
G Su, P Sorensen, SC Kestin
Poultry Science 78 (7), 949-955, 1999
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