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prof. dr hab. Paweł Koteja

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Fizjologii Ewolucyjnej
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Nauka

ekologia fizjologiczna, bioenergetyka, ekologia, ewolucyjna fizjologia zwierząt

ewolucyjna i ekologiczna fizjologia oraz bioenergetyka zwierząt (ssaki, ptaki); ewolucja eksperymentalna; ewolucja adaptacji fizjologicznych; ograniczenia budżetów energetycznych; procesy aklimatyzacji

Wybrane publikacje

Research papers in journals from JCR list: 

1.Koteja, P. 1986. Maximum cold‑induced oxygen consumption in the house sparrow Passer domesticus L. Physiological Zoology 59: 43‑48.

2.Koteja, P. 1987. On the relation between basal and maximum metabolic rate in mammals. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 87A: 205‑208.

3.Okarma, H. and Koteja, P. 1987. Basal metabolic rate in the gray wolf. Journal of Wildlife Management 51: 800‑801.

4.Koteja, P. 1991: On the relation between basal and field metabolic rates in birds and mammals. Functional Ecology 5: 56‑64.

5.Koteja, P. and Weiner, J. 1993. Mice, voles and hamsters: metabolic rates and adaptive strategies in muroid rodents. Oikos 66: 505-514.

6.Koteja, P. 1995. Maximum cold-induced energy assimilation in a rodent, Apodemus flavicollis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 112A: 479-485.

7.Piasecki, W., Koteja, P., Weiner, J. and Froncisz, W. 1995. New way of body composition analysis using total body electrical conductivity (TOBEC) method. Review of Scientific Instruments 66:3037-3041.

8.Koteja, P. 1996. The usefulness of a new TOBEC instrument (ACAN) for investigating body composition in small mammals. Acta theriologica 41: 107-112.

9.Koteja, P. 1996. Limits to energy budgets in a rodent, Peromyscus maniculatus: the central limitation hypothesis. Physiological Zoology 69: 981-993.

10.Koteja, P. 1996. Limits to energy budgets in a rodent, Peromyscus maniculatus: does gut capacity set the limit. Physiological Zoology 69: 994-1020.

11.Koteja, P. 1996. Measuring energy metabolism with open-flow respirometric systems: which design to choose. Functional Ecology 10: 675-677.

12.Koteja, P., Swallow, J.G., Carter, P.A., and Garland, T., Jr. 1999. Energy cost of wheel running in house mice: implications for coadaptation of locomotion and energy budgets. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 72(2):238-249.

13.Koteja P., Garland T., Jr., Sax J.K., Swallow J.G. and Carter P.A. 1999. Behaviour of house mice artificially selected for high levels of voluntary wheel running. Animal Behaviour, 58:1307-1318.

14.Swallow, J.G., Garland, T., Jr., Koteja, P., and Carter, P.A. 1999. Artificial selection for increased wheel-running activity in house mice results in decreased body mass at maturity. Journal of Experimental Biology 202: 2513-2520.

15.Koteja, P. 2000. Energy assimilation, parental care, and the evolution of endothermy. Proc. Royal Soc. B. 267: 479-484.

16.Rhodes, J.S., Koteja, P., Swallow, J.G., Carter, P.A., and Garland, Jr., T. 2000. Body temperatures of house mice artificially selected for high voluntary wheel-running behavior: repeatability and effect of genetic selection. Journal of Thermal Biology 25: 391-400.

17.Koteja, P., Swallow, J.G., Carter, P.A. and Garland, T., Jr. 2000. Individual variation and repeatability of maximum cold-induced energy assimilation in house mice. Acta theriologica 45: 455-470.

18.Koteja, P., Jurczyszyn, M. and Wołoszyn, B.W. 2001 Energy balance of hibernating mouse-eared bat Myotis myotis: a study with a TOBEC instrument. Acta theriologica 46: 1-12.

19.Koteja, P., Swallow, J.G., Carter, P.A. and Garland, T., Jr. 2001. Maximum cold-induced food consumption in mice selected for high locomotor activity: implications for the evolution of endotherm energy budgets. Journal of Experimental Biology 204: 1177-1190.

20.Koteja, P. and Garland, T., Jr. 2001. Response to Eikelboom. Animal Behaviour 61: F25-F26.

21.Swallow, J. G., T. Garland, Jr., P. Koteja, and P. A. Carter. 2001. Food consumption and body composition in mice selected for high wheel running activity. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 171: 651-659.

22.Girard, I., Swallow, J.G. , Carter, P.A., Koteja, P. , Rhodes, J.S. and Garland, T., Jr. 2002. Maternal-care behavior and life-history traits in house mice (Mus domesticus) artificially selected for high voluntary wheel-running activity. Behavioural Processes 57: 37-50.

23.Koteja, P., Swallow, J.G., Carter, P.A., and Garland, T., Jr. 2003. Different effects of intensity and duration of locomotor activity on circadian period (τ). Journal of Biological Rhythms 18: 491-501.

24.Koteja, P., Swallow, J.G., Carter, P.A., and Garland, T., Jr. 2003. Food wasting in house mice: variation among individuals, families and genetic lines. Physiology and Behavior 89: 375-383.

25.Labocha, M., Sadowska, E., Baliga, K., Semer A.K. and Koteja, P. 2004. Individual variation and repeatability of basal metabolism in the bank vole, Clethrionomys glareolus. Proc. Royal. Soc. Lond. B. 271:367-372.

26.Radwan, J., Kruczek, M., Labocha, M.K., Grabiec, K., and Koteja, P. 2004. Contest winning and metabolic competence in male bank voles Clethrionomys glareolus. Behaviour 141: 343-354.

27.Koteja, P. 2004. The evolution of concepts on the evolution of endothermy in birds and mammals. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 77:1043-1050.

28.Sadowska, E.T., Labocha, M.K., Baliga, K., Stanisz, A. Wróblewska, A.K., Jagusik, W. and Koteja P. 2005. Genetic correlations between basal and maximum metabolic rates in a wild rodent: consequences for evolution of endothermy. Evolution 59: 672-681.

29.Radwan, J., Chadzińska, M., Cichoń, M., Mills, S.C., Matuła, B., Sadowska, E.T., Baliga, K., Stanisz, A., Łopuch, S., and Koteja, P. 2006. Metabolic costs of sexual advertisement in the bank vole (Clethrionomys glareolus). Evol. Ecol. Res. 8: 859-869.

30.Sadowska, E.T., Baliga-Klimczyk, K., Chrząścik, K.M., and Koteja, P. 2008. Laboratory model of adaptive radiation: a selection experiment in the bank vole. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 81:627-640.

31.Boratyński, Z. and Koteja, P. 2009. The association between body mass, metabolic rates, and survival of bank voles. Functional Ecology 23:330-339 (doi=10.1111_j.1365-2435.2008.01505.x).

32.Sadowska, E.T., Baliga-Klimczyk, K. Labocha, M.K., and Koteja, P. 2009. Genetic correlations in a wild rodent: grass-eaters and fast-growers evolve high basal metabolic rates. Evolution 63: 1530-1539 (doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00641.x).

33.Prokop, Z.M., Leś, J.E., Banaś, P.K., Koteja, P., and Radwan, J. 2010. Low inbreeding depression in a sexual trait in the stalk-eyed fly Teleopsis dalmanni. Evolutionay Ecology 24: 827-837 (doi= 10.1007/s10682-009-9341-1).

34.Babik, W., Stuglik, M., Qi, W., Kuenzli, M., Kuduk, K., Koteja, P. and Radwan, J. 2010. Heart transcriptome of the bank vole (Myodes glareolus): towards understanding the evolutionary variation in metabolic rate. BMC Genomics 11: 390 (doi:10.1186/1471-2164-11-390).

35.François, S., Vidick, S., Sarlet, M., Michaux, J., Koteja, P., Desmecht, D., Stevenson, P.G., Vanderplasschen, A., and Gillet, L. 2010. Comparative study of Murid gamma-herpesvirus 4 infection in mice and in its natural host, the bank voles. Journal of General Virology 91: 2553-2563 (doi:10.1099/vir.0.023481-0).

36.Boratyński, Z. and Koteja, P. 2010. Sexual and natural selection on body mass and metabolic rates in free-living bank voles. Functional Ecology 24:1252-1261 (doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2010.01764.x).

37.Nespolo, R.F., Bacigalupe, L.D., Figueroa, C.C., Koteja, P. and Opazo, J.D. 2011. Using new tools to solve an old problem: the evolution of endothermy in vertebrates. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26: 414-423 (doi:10.1016/j.tree.2011.04.004).

38.Ołdakowski, Ł., Piotrowska, Ż., Chrząścik, K.M., Sadowska, E.T., Koteja, P. and Taylor, J.R.E. 2012. Is reproduction costly? No increase of oxidative damage in breeding bank voles. Journal of Experimental Biology 215: 1799-1805 (doi:10.1242/jeb.068452).

 

Research papers in other journals:

 

1.Koteja, P., Król, E., Staliński, J. and Weiner, J. 1993. Energetic costs of reproduction in altricial and precocial rodents. Mesogee 53: 7-12.

2.Koteja, P., Król, E. and Staliński J. 1994. Maximum cold- and lactation-induced rate of energy assimilation in Acomys cahirinus. Polish Ecological Studies 20: 369-374.

3.Froncisz, W., Piasecki, W., Koteja, P., Staliński, J. and Weiner, J. 1994. A new instrument for non-invasive measurement of total body water and fat content in small mammals. Polish Ecological Studies 20: 323-328.

 

 

Book chapters:

 

Swallow, J.G., Hayes, J.P., Koteja, P. and Garland, T., Jr. 2009. Selection experiments and experimental evolution of performance and physiology. Pages 301-351 in: Garland, T., Jr., and Rose, M.R., eds. Experimental evolution: concepts, methods, and applications of selection experiments. University of California Press, Berkeley, California.

 

Projekty badawcze

Aktualne projekty badawcze kierowane przez Pawła Koteję:

  • 2011-2013: Efekty wielokierunkowego doboru sztucznego u nornicy rudej: analiza transkryptomu. MNISW N N303 816740.

  • 2012-2014: Fizjologiczne podłoże ewolucji wysokiej wydolności tlenowej w liniach nornic rudych z wielokierunkowego eksperymentu selekcyjnego. NCN 2011/03/B/NZ4/02152

Inne aktualne projekty wykorzystujące nornice z eksperymentu selekcyjnego, realizowane przez pracowników i doktorantów Zespołu Fizjologii Ewolucyjnej i we współpacy z innymi ośrodkami naukowymi:

  • 2009-2012: Efekty doboru sztucznego na wydolność tlenową, zachowania drapieżnicze i roślinożerność u nornicy rudej: pamięć i zdolność uczenia się. MNiSW 3208/B/P01/2009/37 (kierownik: doktorant, mgr Katarzyna Chrząścik).
  • 2010-2012: Skorelowana ewolucja morfologii kośćca oraz cech behawioralnych i fizjologicznych: analiza korelacji genetycznych oraz wyników eksperymentu selekcyjnego u nornicy rudej. MNiSW N N304 375238 (kierownik: prof. dr hab. Piotr Tryjanowski, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu).
  • 2010-2012: Temperatura ciała i fakultatywna termogeneza bezdrżeniowa nornic rudych selekcjonowanych w kierunku wysokiej wydolności tlenowej. MNiSW N N304 168739 (kierownik: dr Michał S. Wojciechowski, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika).
  • 2011-2013: Stres oksydacyjny a koszty reprodukcji u małych ssaków. MNiSW N N304 280840 (kierownik: prof. dr hab. Jan Taylor, Uniwersytet w Białymstoku)
  • 2011-2013: Efekt doboru sztucznego na wydolność tlenową: czynniki ograniczające budżet energetyczny. MNiSW N N304 059540 (kierownik: dr Edyta Sadowska, Uniwersytet Jagielloński)
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