Publications

Sheldon EL, Schrey AW, Hurley LL, and SC Griffith. In Press. Hot temperatures are associated with high levels of genome-wide DNA methylation and site-specific DNA methylation changes in developing zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). J Avian Biol.

Hurley LL, Rowe M, and SC Griffith. 2020. Reproductive coordination breeds success: the importance of partnership in avian sperm biology. Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 74(1): 3.

Griffith SC, Andrew SC, McCowan LC, Hurley LL, Englert-Duursma D, Buchanan KL, and MM Mariette.2019.Inter- and intra-clutch variability in egg size is unrelated to ambient temperature in zebra finch, an opportunistic breeder with a climatically variable breeding season. J Avian Biol. Online Dec 2019.

Cooper CE, Withers P, Hurley LL, Griffith SC. 2019. The field metabolic rate, water turnover and feeding and drinking behaviour of a small avian desert granivore. Front Physiol. 10:1405.

Hurley LL, Rowe M, and SC Griffith. 2018 Differential sperm-egg interactions in experimental pairings between two subspecies and their hybrids in a passerine bird. Ecol. Evol. 8(23): 11725-11732.

Campbell, Hurley LL, and SC Griffith. 2018. Behavioral plasticity under a changing climate; how an experimental local climate affects the nest construction of the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). J Avian Biol.49(4): jajv-01717,

Hurley LL, McDiarmid CS, Friesen CR, Griffith SC, and M Rowe. 2018. Experimental heatwaves negatively impact sperm quality in thse zebra finch. Proc R Soc B. 285(1871): 20172547.

Andrew SC, Hurley LL, Mariette MM, and SC Griffith. 2017. Higher temperatures during development reduce body size in the zebra finch in the lab and in the wild.J Evol Bio. 30(12): 2156-2164.

Kim KW, Bennison C, Hemmings N, Brookes L, Hurley LL, Griffith SC, Burke T, Birkhead TR, Slate J. 2017. A sex-linked supergene controls sperm morphology and swimming speed in a songbird. Nature ecology & evolution. 1(8): 1168-76.

Hurley LL, Fanson KV, and SC Griffith. 2017. Variation in the number of sperm trapped on the perivitelline layer of the egg in three species of estrilid finch. The Auk. 134(4), 832-841.

Crino OL, BuchananKL, HurleyLL, Fanson BG, Smiley KO, and SC Griffith. 2017. Divorce in the socially monogamous zebra finch: hormonal mechanisms and reproductive consequences. Horm Behav. 87: 155-163..

Griffith SC, Crino OL, et al. (49 others). 2016. Variation in Reproductive Success Across Captive Populations: Methodological Differences, Potential Biases and Opportunities. Ethology. 123 (1), 1-20.

Tizabi T, Hurley LL, Qualls Z, and L Akinfiresoye. 2014. Relevance of the anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin in neurodegenerative diseases and depresson. Molecules. 19 (12), 20864-20879.

Hurley LL, Akinfiresoye L, O Kalejaiye, and Y Tizabi. 2014. Antidepressant effects of resveratrol in an animal model of depression. Behavioural brain research. 268, 1-7.

Qualls Z, Brown D, C Ramlochansingh, LL Hurley, and Y Tizabi. 2014. Protective effects of curcumin against rotenone and salsolinol-induced toxicity: implications for Parkinson’s disease. Neurotoxicity research. 25 (1), 81-89.

Hurley LL, Akinfiresoye L, Nwulia E, Kamiya A, Kulkarni A and Y Tizabi. 2013. Antidepressant-like effects of 
curcumin in WKY rat model of depression is associated with an increase in hippocampal BDNF. Behav Brain 
 15;239: 27-30.

Hurley LL and Y Tizabi. 2013. Neuroinflammation, neurodegeneration, and depression. Neurotoxicity Research. 
23(2):131-44.

Hurley LL, Taylor RE, and Y Tizabi. 2012. Positive and negative effects of alcohol and nicotine and their 
interactions: a mechanistic review. Neurotoxicity Research. 21(1): 57-69.

Deviche P, Sharp PJ, Dawson A, Sabo JL, Fokidis HB, Davies S, Hurley LL. 2012. Up to the challenge? 
Hormonal and behavioral responses of free-ranging male Cassin’s sparrows, Peucaea cassinii, to conspecific song 
 Horm Behav. 61(5): 741-9.

Fokidis HB, Hurley LL, Rogowski C, Sweazea KL, and P Deviche. 2011. Effects of captivity and body condition 
on plasma corticosterone, locomotor behavior, and plasma metabolites in Curve-billed Thrashers. Physiology and 
Biochemical Zoology. 84(6): 595-606.

Deviche PJ, Hurley LL, Fokidis HB, Lerbour B, Silverin B, Silverin B, Sabo J, and PJ Sharp. 2010. Acute stress 
rapidly decreases plasma testosterone in a free-ranging male songbird: Potential site of action and mechanism. 
Gen Comp Endocrinol. 169(1): 82-90

Deviche PJ, Hurley LL, and HB Fokidis. 2009. Avian testicular structure, function, and regulation. In Norris DO 
and KH Lopez (eds.) Hormones and Reproduction of Vertebrates, Vol. 4. Elsevier publishers.

Hurley LL, Wallace AM, Sartor JJ, and GF Ball. 2008. Photoperiodic induced changes in reproductive state of 
Border canaries (Serinus canaria) are associated with marked variation in the hypothalamic gonadotropin- releasing hormone immunoreactivity and the volume of song control regions. Gen Comp Endocrinol. 158(1): 10- 9.

Bathazart J, Boseret G, Konkle AT, Hurley LL, and GF Ball. 2008. Doublecortin as a Marker of Adult Neuroplasticity in the Song Control Nucleus HVC. Eur. J Neuroendo. 27(4): 801-17.