Kathleen M Gilmour
Kathleen M Gilmour
Department of Biology, University of Ottawa
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Acid–base balance and CO2 excretion in fish: unanswered questions and emerging models
SF Perry, KM Gilmour
Respiratory physiology & neurobiology 154 (1-2), 199-215, 2006
3172006
Physiological causes and consequences of social status in salmonid fish
KM Gilmour, JD DiBattista, JB Thomas
Integrative and comparative biology 45 (2), 263-273, 2005
2622005
Carbonic anhydrase and acid–base regulation in fish
KM Gilmour, SF Perry
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (11), 1647-1661, 2009
1922009
Plasma cortisol concentrations before and after social stress in rainbow trout and brown trout
KA Sloman, NB Metcalfe, AC Taylor, KM Gilmour
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74 (3), 383-389, 2001
1822001
Oxygen sensing and the hypoxic ventilatory response
SF Perry, MG Jonz, KM Gilmour
Fish physiology 27, 193-253, 2009
1812009
Corticotropin-releasing factor and neuropeptide Y mRNA levels are elevated in the preoptic area of socially subordinate rainbow trout
C Doyon, KM Gilmour, VL Trudeau, TW Moon
General and comparative endocrinology 133 (2), 260-271, 2003
1642003
Intestinal base excretion in the seawater-adapted rainbow trout: a role in acid-base balance?
R Wilson, K Gilmour, R Henry, C Wood
The Journal of experimental biology 199 (10), 2331-2343, 1996
1581996
The effects of cortisol administration on social status and brain monoaminergic activity in rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss
JD DiBattista, H Anisman, M Whitehead, KM Gilmour
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (14), 2707-2718, 2005
1552005
The CO2/pH ventilatory drive in fish
KM Gilmour
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2001
1502001
Sensing and transfer of respiratory gases at the fish gill
SF Perry, KM Gilmour
Journal of Experimental Zoology 293 (3), 249-263, 2002
1352002
Physiological effects of dominance hierarchies within groups of brown trout, Salmo trutta, held under simulated natural conditions
KA Sloman, KM Gilmour, AC Taylor, NB Metcalfe
Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 22 (1), 11-20, 2000
1262000
The effects of branchial chloride cell proliferation on respiratory function in the rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss
S Bindon, K Gilmour, J Fenwick, S Perry
The Journal of experimental biology 197 (1), 47-63, 1994
1131994
Effects of an environmental perturbation on the social behaviour and physiological function of brown trout
KA Sloman, AC Taylor, NB Metcalfe, KM Gilmour
Animal Behaviour 61 (2), 325-333, 2001
992001
Evidence for a mineralocorticoid-like receptor linked to branchial chloride cell proliferation in freshwater rainbow trout
KA Sloman, PR Desforges, KM Gilmour
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (22), 3953-3961, 2001
962001
Consequences of catecholamine release on ventilation and blood oxygen transport during hypoxia and hypercapnia in an elasmobranch Squalus acanthias and a teleost Oncorhynchus …
S Perry, K Gilmour
The Journal of experimental biology 199 (9), 2105-2118, 1996
921996
The involvement of H+-ATPase and carbonic anhydrase in intestinal HCO3 secretion in seawater-acclimated rainbow trout
M Grosell, J Genz, JR Taylor, SF Perry, KM Gilmour
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (12), 1940-1948, 2009
882009
The effects of softwater acclimation on respiratory gas transfer in the rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss
AM Greco, KM Gilmour, JC Fenwick, SF Perry
The Journal of experimental biology 198 (12), 2557-2567, 1995
851995
Branchial chemoreceptor regulation of cardiorespiratory function
KM Gilmour, SF Perry
Fish physiology 25, 97-151, 2006
832006
Intestinal carbonic anhydrase, bicarbonate, and proton carriers play a role in the acclimation of rainbow trout to seawater
M Grosell, KM Gilmour, SF Perry
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2007
812007
Perspectives on carbonic anhydrase
KM Gilmour
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2010
802010
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