Paul Bartell

Co-Chair, Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Neuroscience; Associate Professor of Avian Biology

Paul Bartell

Research Summary

The regulation of biological clocks in birds at the systems level.

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Birds Hormones Biological Clocks Milk Serotonin Melatonin Adipokines Insulin Nicotinamide Phosphoribosyltransferase Adiponectin Fats Glucose Feeding Behavior Photoperiod Clocks Metabolites Duodenum Physical Properties Milk Production Detergents Starch Passeriformes Dairy Cows Egg Shell Neutral Detergent Fiber

Most Recent Papers

Transcriptome Analyses of Heart and Liver Reveal Novel Pathways for Regulating Songbird Migration

William J. Horton, Matthew Jensen, Aswathy Sebastian, Craig A. Praul, Istvan Albert, Paul Allen Bartell, 2019, Scientific reports on p. 6058

The premammillary nucleus of the hypothalamus is not necessary for photoperiodic timekeeping in female turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo)

Ashli F. Moore, Vincent M. Cassone, Kevin D. Alloway, Paul A. Bartell, 2018, PloS one

The effects of feeding rations that differ in fiber and fermentable starch within a day on milk production and the daily rhythm of feed intake and plasma hormones and metabolites in dairy cows

M. Niu, Y. Ying, Paul Allen Bartell, Kevin John Harvatine, 2017, Journal of dairy science on p. 187-198

The effects of feeding time on milk production, total-tract digestibility, and daily rhythms of feeding behavior and plasma metabolites and hormones in dairy cows

M. Niu, Y. Ying, Paul Allen Bartell, Kevin John Harvatine, 2014, Journal of dairy science on p. 7764-7776

The daily rhythm of milk synthesis is dependent on the timing of feed intake in dairy cows

L. Whitney Rottman, Yun Ying, Kan Zhou, Paul A. Bartell, Kevin J. Harvatine, 2014, Physiological reports

Differential Regulation of Adipokines May Influence Migratory Behavior in the White-Throated Sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis)

Erica F. Stuber, Jessica Verpeut, Maria Horvat-Gordon, Ramesh Ramachandran, Paul A. Bartell, 2013, PloS one on p. e59097

Biological Clocks in the Duodenum and the Diurnal Regulation of Duodenal and Plasma Serotonin

Elizabeth Ebert-Zavos, Maria Horvat-Gordon, Alexander Taylor, Paul A. Bartell, 2013, PloS one

High glycemic and insulinemic responses to meals affect plasma growth hormone secretory characteristics in Quarter Horse weanlings

S. M. Gray, Paul Allen Bartell, William Burton Staniar, 2013, Domestic Animal Endocrinology on p. 165-175

The Effects of Melatonin on the Physical Properties of Bones and Egg Shells in the Laying Hen

Alexander C. Taylor, Maria Horvat-Gordon, Ashli Moore, Paul A. Bartell, 2013, PloS one

Seasonal differences in behavior patterns of the migratory white-throated sparrow

Erica F. Stuber, Paul A. Bartell, 2013, Journal of Ethology on p. 151-158

Most-Cited Papers

Biological clocks and regulation of seasonal reproduction and migration in birds

Vinod Kumar, John C. Wingfield, Alistair Dawson, Marilyn Ramenofsky, Sangeeta Rani, Paul Bartell, 2010, Physiological and Biochemical Zoology on p. 827-835

Rhythmic changes in colonic motility are regulated by period genes

Willemijntje A. Hoogerwerf, Vahakn B. Shahinian, Germaine Cornélissen, Franz Halberg, Jonathon Bostwick, John Timm, Paul A. Bartell, Vincent M. Cassone, 2010, American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology on p. G143-G150

The effects of feeding time on milk production, total-tract digestibility, and daily rhythms of feeding behavior and plasma metabolites and hormones in dairy cows

M. Niu, Y. Ying, Paul Allen Bartell, Kevin John Harvatine, 2014, Journal of dairy science on p. 7764-7776

The daily rhythm of milk synthesis is dependent on the timing of feed intake in dairy cows

L. Whitney Rottman, Yun Ying, Kan Zhou, Paul A. Bartell, Kevin J. Harvatine, 2014, Physiological reports

The Effects of Melatonin on the Physical Properties of Bones and Egg Shells in the Laying Hen

Alexander C. Taylor, Maria Horvat-Gordon, Ashli Moore, Paul A. Bartell, 2013, PloS one

Differential Regulation of Adipokines May Influence Migratory Behavior in the White-Throated Sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis)

Erica F. Stuber, Jessica Verpeut, Maria Horvat-Gordon, Ramesh Ramachandran, Paul A. Bartell, 2013, PloS one on p. e59097

The effects of feeding rations that differ in fiber and fermentable starch within a day on milk production and the daily rhythm of feed intake and plasma hormones and metabolites in dairy cows

M. Niu, Y. Ying, Paul Allen Bartell, Kevin John Harvatine, 2017, Journal of dairy science on p. 187-198

Use of microarray analysis to study gene expression in the avian epiphyseal growth plate

Maria Horvat-Gordon, C. A. Praul, Ramesh Ramachandran, Paul Allen Bartell, R. M. Leach, 2010, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part D: Genomics and Proteomics on p. 12-23

Biological Clocks in the Duodenum and the Diurnal Regulation of Duodenal and Plasma Serotonin

Elizabeth Ebert-Zavos, Maria Horvat-Gordon, Alexander Taylor, Paul A. Bartell, 2013, PloS one

Seasonal differences in behavior patterns of the migratory white-throated sparrow

Erica F. Stuber, Paul A. Bartell, 2013, Journal of Ethology on p. 151-158