Publications

My principal research interests concern osmoregulation and the renal, gastrointestinal, and hepatic mechanisms that vertebrates use to cope with their environment, but I have also dabbled in animal behavior, bioinformatics, evolutionary genetics, genome evolution, metabolism, nutrition, and respiratory physiology.  My peer-reviewed publications (listed alphabetically by surname) are below with a link to the PDF.


Carleton SA, B Hartman Bakken, and C Martínez del Rio. 2006. Metabolic substrate use and the turnover of endogenous energy reserves in broad-tailed hummingbirds (Selasphorus platycercus). Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (14): 2622-2627. [PDF]


Fleming PA, B Hartman Bakken, CN Lotz, and SW Nicolson. 2004. Concentration and temperature effects on sugar intake and preferences in a sunbird and hummingbird. Functional Ecology 18: 223-232. [PDF]


Hartman Bakken B, LG Herrera, RM Carroll, J Ayala-Berdón, JE Schondube, and C Martínez del Rio. 2008. A nectar-feeding mammal avoids body fluid disturbances by varying renal function. American Journal of Physiology - Renal Physiology 295: F1855-F1863. [PDF]


Hartman Bakken B, TJ McWhorter, E Tsahar, and C Martínez del Rio. 2004. Hummingbirds arrest their kidneys at night: diel variation in glomerular filtration rate in Selasphorus platycercus. Journal of Experimental Biology 207 (25): 4383-4391. [PDF]


Hartman Bakken B and P Sabat. 2006. Gastrointestinal and renal responses to water intake in the green-backed firecrown (Sephanoides sephanoides), a South American hummingbird. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 291: R830-R836. [PDF]


Hartman Bakken B and P Sabat. 2007. Evaporative water loss and dehydration during the night in hummingbirds. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 80: 267-273. [PDF]


Hartman Bakken B and P Sabat. 2008. The mechanisms and ecology of water balance in hummingbirds. Neotropical Ornithology 19 (Suppl): 501-509. [PDF]


Karasov WH, E Caviedes-Vidal, B Hartman Bakken, I Izhaki, M Samuni-Blank, and Z Arad. 2012. Capacity for absorption of water-soluble secondary metabolites greater in birds than in rodents. PLoS ONE 7 (2): e32417. [PDF]


Kooyers NJ, B Hartman Bakken, MC Ungerer, and KM Olsen. 2018. Freeze-induced cyanide toxicity does not maintain the cyanogenesis polymorphism in white clover (Trifolium repens). American Journal of Botany 105 (7): 1224-1231. [PDF]  


McWhorter TJ, B Hartman Bakken, WH Karasov, and C Martínez del Rio. 2006. Hummingbirds rely on both paracellular and carrier-mediated intestinal glucose absorption to fuel high metabolism. Biology Letters 2: 131-134. [PDF]


Staton SE, B Hartman Bakken, BK Blackman, MA Chapman, NC Kane, S Tang, MC Ungerer, SJ Knapp, LH Rieseberg, and JM Burke. 2012. The sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) genome reflects a recent history of biased accumulation of transposable elements. The Plant Journal 72: 142-153. [PDF]


Welch Jr. KC, B Hartman Bakken, C Martínez del Rio, and RK Suarez. 2006. Hummingbirds fuel hovering flight with newly ingested sugar. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79: 1082-1087. [PDF]

© Bradley Hartman Bakken 2012-2019