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Averill-Murray, R. C. , Effects on growth and survival of tortoises voiding their bladders during handling. Paper presented at 23rd Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Desert Tortoise Council.   
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Beauman, R. L., Kahn, P. F., & Mendonça, M. T. (2005). Short-term effects of burrow collapse on corticosterone levels and immune response of gopher tortoises. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 44, 522.   
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Blanvillain, G., Pease, A. P., Segars, A. L., Rostal, D. C., Richards, A. J., & Owens, D. W. (2008). Comparing methods for the assessment of reproductive activity in adult male loggerhead sea turtles caretta caretta at cape canaveral, florida. Endangered Species Research, 6, 75–85.   
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Bowles, A. E., Eckert, S. A., Starke, L., Berg, E., & Wolski, L. (1999). Effects of flight noise from jet aircraft and sonic booms on hearing, behavior, heart rate and oxygen consumption of desert tortoises (gopherus agassizii) San Diego, California: Hubbs Sea World Research Institute.   
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Brown, M. B., Schumacher, I. M., Klein, P. A., Harris, K., Correll, T., & Jacobson, E. R. (1994). Mycoplasma agassizii causes upper respiratory tract disease in the desert tortoise. Infection and Immunity, 62(10), 4580–4586.   
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Chen, X., Niu, C.-J., & Pu, L. (2007). Effects of stocking density on growth and non-specific immune responses in juvenile soft-shelled turtle, pelodiscus sinensis. Aquaculture Research, 38(13), 1380–1386.   
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Davis, A. K., Maney, D. L., & Maerz, J. C. (2008). The use of leukocyte profiles to measure stress in vertebrates: a review for ecologists. Functional Ecology, 22(5), 760–772.   
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Denver, R. J. (2009). Structural and functional evolution of vertebrate neuroendocrine stress systems. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1163, 1–16.   
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Drake, K. K., Nussear, K. E., Esque, T. C., Barber, A. M., Vittum, K. M., & Medica, P. A., et al. (2012). Does translocation influence physiological stress in the desert tortoise? Animal Conservation, (early view).   
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Fordham, D. A., Georges, A., & Brook, B. W. (2009). Experimental evidence for density-dependent responses to mortality of snake-necked turtles. Oecologia, 159(2), 271–281.   
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Furrer, S., Honegger, R. E., & Hatt, J.-M. (2006). Propagation of geochelone nigra at zoo zurich, switzerland: the first ten years. In E. Chimaira (Ed.), Turtles. Proceedings: International Turtle & Tortoise Symposium Vienna 2002 (pp. 328–32.337). Frankfurt am Main: Andreas S. Brahm.   
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Gregory, L. F., Gross, T. S., Bolten, A. B., Bjorndal, K. A., & Guillette, L. J. (1996). Plasma corticosterone concentrations associated with acute captivity stress in wild loggerhead sea turtles (caretta caretta). General and Comparative Endocrinology, 104(3), 312–320.   
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Gregory, L. F., & Schmid, J. R. (2001). Stress responses and sexing of wild kemp's ridley sea turtles (lepidochelys kempii) in the northeastern gulf of mexico. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 124(1), 66–74.   
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Hamann, M., Jessop, T. S., Limpus, C. J., & Whittier, J. M. (2005). Regional and annual variation in plasma steroids and metabolic indicators in female green turtles, chelonia mydas. Marine Biology, 148(2), 427–433.   
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Ibáñez, A., López, P., & Martín, J. (2012). Discrimination of conspecifics’ chemicals may allow spanish terrapins to find better partners and avoid competitors. Animal Behavior, (In Press, Corrected Proof).   
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Jessop, T. S., Sumner, J. M., Limpus, C. J., & Whittier, J. M. (2004). Interplay between plasma hormone profiles, sex and body condition in immature hawksbill turtles (eretmochelys imbricata) subjected to a capture stress protocol. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 137(1), 197–204.   
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Jessop, T. S., Hamann, M., Read, M. A., & Limpus, C. J. (2000). Evidence for a hormonal tactic maximizing green turtle reproduction in response to a pervasive ecological stressor. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 118(3), 407–417.   
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Jessop, T. S., & Hamann, M. (2004). Hormonal and metabolic responses to nesting activities in the green turtle, chelonia mydas. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 308(2), 253–267.   
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Jessop, T. S., Limpus, C. J., & Whittier, J. M. (1999). Plasma steroid interactions during high-density green turtle nesting and associated disturbance. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 126(1), 59–67.   
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Jessop, T. S. (2001). Modulation of the adrenocortical stress response in marine turtles (cheloniidae): evidence for a hormonal tactic maximizing maternal reproductive investment. Journal of Zoology London, 254(1), 57–65.   
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