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Hagedorn, Mary, Carter, Virgina, Henley, Mike and Spindler, Rebecca. 2013. 068 Challenges of creating a frozen repository for coral. Cryobiology, 67(3): 416-417. doi:10.1016/j.cryobiol.2013.09.074

Hagedorn, Mary, Farrell, Ann and Carter, Virginia L. 2013. Cryobiology of Coral Fragments. Cryobiology, 66(1): 17-23. doi:10.1016/j.cryobiol.2012.10.003

Comizzoli, Pierre, Songsasen, Nucharin S., Hagedorn, Mary M. and Wildt, David E. 2012. Comparative cryobiological traits and requirements for gametes and gonadal tissues collected from wildlife species. Theriogenology, 78(8): 1666-1681. doi:10.1016/j.theriogenology.2012.04.008

Erftemeijer, Paul L. A., Hagedorn, Mary, Laterveer, Michael, Craggs, Jamie and Guest, James R. 2012. Effect of suspended sediment on fertilization success in the scleractinian coral Pectinia lactuca. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 92(4): 741-745. doi:10.1017/S0025315411000944

Hagedorn, Mary M., Carter, Virginia L., Martorana, Kelly, Paresa, Malia K., Acker, Jason, Baums, Iliana B., Borneman, Eric, Brittsan, Michael, Byers, Michael, Henley, Michael, Laterveer, Michael, Leong, Jo-Ann, McCarthy, Megan, Meyers, Stuart, Nelson, Brian D., Petersen, Dirk, Tiersch, Terrence, Uribe, Rafael Cuevas, Woods, Erik and Wildt, David E. 2012. Preserving and Using Germplasm and Dissociated Embryonic Cells for Conserving Caribbean and Pacific Coral. PLoS ONE, 7(3): 1-13. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033354

Hagedorn, Mary M., van Oppen, Madeleine J. H., Carter, Virginia L., Henley, Mike, Abrego, David, Puill-Stephan, Eneour, Negri, Andrew, Heyward, Andrew, MacFarlane, Doug and Spindler, Rebecca E. 2012. First Frozen Repository For The Great Barrier Reef Coral Created. Cryobiology, 65(2): 157-158. doi:10.1016/j.cryobiol.2012.05.008

Hagedorn, Mary, McCarthy, Megan, Carter, Virginia L. and Meyers, Stuart A. 2012. Oxidative Stress in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Sperm. Plos One, 7(6): e39397 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039397

Hagedorn, Mary M. and Carter, Virginia L. 2011. Zebrafish Reproduction: Revisiting In Vitro Fertilization to Increase Sperm Cryopreservation Success. PLoS ONE, 6(6): 1-9. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021059

Pukazhenthi, Budhan S., Hagedorn, Mary, Comizzoli, Pierre, Songsasen, Nucharin and Wildt, David E. 2011. Cryopreserving endangered species gametes, embryos and gonadal tissue: Challenges, successes and future directions. Cryobiology, 63(3): 308-309. doi:10.1016/j.cryobiol.2011.09.014

Hagedorn, Mary M., Carter, Virginia L., Leong, J. C. and Kleinhans, F. W. 2010. Physiology and Cryosensitivity of Coral Endosymbiotic Algae (Symbiodinium). Cryobiology, 60(2): 147-158. doi:10.1016/j.cryobiol.2009.10.005

Hagedorn, Mary M., Carter, Virginia L., Ly, Steven, Andrell, Raymond M., Yancey, Paul H., Leong, Jo-Ann C. and Kleinhans, Frederick W. 2010. Analysis of Internal Osmolality in Developing Coral Larvae, Fungia scutaria. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 83(1): 157-166. doi:10.1086/648484

Yancey, Paul H., Heppenstall, Marina, Ly, Steven, Andrell, Raymond M., Gates, Ruth D., Carter, Virginia L. and Hagedorn, Mary M. 2010. Betaines and Dimethylsulfoniopropionate as Major Osmolytes in Cnidaria with Endosymbiotic Dinoflagellates. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 83(1): 167-173. doi:10.1086/644625

Hagedorn, Mary M., Carter, Virginia L., Hollingsworth, L., Leong, J. C., Kanno, R., Borneman, E. H., Petersen, D., Laterveer, M., Brittsan, M. and Schick, M. 2009. Ex situ culture of Caribbean and Pacific coral larvae comparing various flow-through chambers. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Ricker, J., McCarthy, M., Meyers, S. A., Tiersch, T. R., Varga, Z. M. and Kleinhans, F. W. 2009. Biophysics of zebrafish (Danio rerio) sperm. Cryobiology, 58(1): 12-19. doi:10.1016/j.cryobiol.2008.09.013

Hand, S. and Hagedorn, Mary M. 2008. Aquatic Preservation: New Methods for Animal and Cell Preservation. In: Gerwick, W., Oceans and Human Health. New York: Elsevier, pp.613-632.

Petersen, D., Laterveer, M., Carl, M., Borneman, E., Brittsan, M., Hagedorn, Mary M. and Schick, M. 2008. Noah's Ark for the threatened Elkhorn coral Acropora palmata. Coral Reefs, 27(3): 715 doi:10.1007/s00338-008-0385-4

Peterson, D., Borneman, E., Brittsan, M., Hagedorn, Mary M. and Laterveer, M. 2007. "Conserving the threatened Elkhorn coral". Connect. January: pp.22-25.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 2006. Avian genetic resource banking: can fish embryos yield any clues for bird embryos? Poultry science, 85: 251-254.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Carter, Virginia L., Steyn, R. A., Krupp, D., Leong, J., Lang, R. P. and Tiersch, T. R. 2006. Preliminary studies of sperm cryopreservation in the mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria. Cryobiology, 52: 454-458.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Pan, R., Cox, E., Hollingsworth, L., Lewis, T. D., Leong, J. C., Krupp, D. A., Mazur, P., Rall, William F., MacFarlane, D., Fahy, G. and Kleinhans, F. W. 2006. Coral larvae conservation: Physiology and reproduction. Cryobiology, 52: 33-47.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 2004. The Lure of Field Research on Electric Fish. In: Von der Emde, G., Mogdans, J. and Kapoor, B. G., The Senses of Fishes: Adaptations for the Reception of Natural Stimuli. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp.377

Hagedorn, Mary M., Peterson, A., Mazur, P. and Kleinhans, F. W. 2004. High ice nucleation temperature of zebrafish embryos: slow-freezing is not an option. Cryobiology, 49(2): 181-189.

Lance, S. L., Peterson, A. E. and Hagedorn, Mary M. 2004. Developmental Expression of Aquaportin-3 in Zebrafish Embryos (Danio rerio). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part C, Pharmacology, Toxicology & Endocrinology, 138: 251-258.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Lance, S. L., Fonseca, Dina M., Kleinhans, F. W., Artimov, D., Fleischer, Robert C., Hoque, A. T., Hamilton, M. B. and Pukazhenthi, Budhan. 2002. Altering the membranes of fish embryos with aquaporin-3: an essential step toward successful cryopreservation. Biology of Reproduction, 67: 961-966.

Hagedorn, Mary M. and Kleinhans, F. W. 2000. Problems and prospects in cryopreservation of fish embryos. In: Tiersch, T. R. and Mazik, P. M., Cryopreservation in Aquatic Species. Baton Rouge, Louisiana: World Aquaculture Society, pp.161-178.

Janik, M., Kleinhans, F. W. and Hagedorn, Mary M. 2000. Overcoming a permeability barrier by microinjecting cryoprotectants into zebrafish embryos (Brachydanio rerio). Cryobiology, 41: 25-34.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1999. Potential ex situ conservation impact to fish biodiversity through the cryopreservation of fish embryos. In: Val, A. L. and Almeida-Val, V. M. F., Biology of Tropical Fish. Manaus, Brazil: INPA, pp.303-315.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Kleinhans, F. W., Artemov, D. and Pilatus, U. 1998. Characterization of a major permeability barrier in the zebrafish embryo. Biology of Reproduction, 59: 1240-1250.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Mack, A., Evans, B. and Fernald, R. D. 1998. The Embryogenesis of rod photoreceptors in the teleost fish retina, Haplochromis burtoni. Developmental Brain Research, 108: 217-227.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1997. The world of electric fish. Review of Electric Fishes, History and Behavior by P. Moller. Environmental Biology of Fish, 49: 151-152.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Hsu, E. W. and Wildt, David E. 1997. New approaches for studying the permeability of fish embryos: towards successful cryopreservation. Cryobiology, 34: 335-347.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Kleinhans, F. W., Freitas, R., Liu, J., Hsu, E., Wildt, David E. and Rall, William F. 1997. Water distribution and permeability of zebrafish embryos (Brachydanio rerio). Journal of Experential Zoology, 278: 356-371.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Kleinhans, F. W., Wildt, David E. and Rall, William F. 1997. Chill sensitivity and cryoprotectant permeability of dechorionated zebrafish embryos, Brachydanio rerio. Cryobiology, 34: 251-263.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1996. "Neoceratodus Newsletter". Cleveland: Cleveland Metroparks Zoo,

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1996. Review of Fishes of the Amazon and their Environment Physiological and Biochemical Aspects by A.L. Val and V.M.F. Almeida-Val. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 6(4): 475-476.

Hagedorn, Mary M. and Keller, C. 1996. Species diversity of gymnotiform fishes in Manu Bioreserve, Pakitza, Peru. In: Wilson, Don E. and Sandoval, A., Manu: The biodiversity of Southeastern Peru. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.483-502.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Hsu, E. W., Pilatus, U., Wildt, David E., Rall, William F. and Blackband, S. J. 1996. Magnetic resonance microscopy and spectroscopy reveal kinetics of cryoprotectant permeation in a multicompartmental biological system. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 93: 7454-7459.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1995. The electric fish, Hypopomus occidentalis, can rapidly modulate the amplitude and duration of their electric organ discharges. Animal Behaviour, 49: 1409-1413.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1992. Social influences on the courtship and breeding of gymnotiform electric fish. Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1992. "Review of Electrocommunication in Teleost Fishes: Behavior and Experiments, by B. Kramer". Copeia. 1: pp.693-694.

Hagedorn, Mary M. and Fernald, R. D. 1992. Retinal growth and cell addition during embryogenesis of the teleost, Haplochromis burtoni. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 321(2): 193-208.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Vischer, H. and Heiligenberg, W. 1992. Development of the jamming avoidance response in weakly electric fish. Journal of neurophysiology, 23(10): 1446-1466.

Hagedorn, Mary M. and Zelick, R. 1990. Relative dominance among males dominance isexpressed in the electric organ discharge characteristics of a weakly electric fish. Animal Behaviour, 38: 520-525.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Womble, M. and Finger, T. 1990. Synodontid catfish, a new group of weakly electric fish: Possible cues to the evolution of the electric system. Brain Behavioral Ecology, 35: 268-277.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1988. The ecology and behavior of a pulse-type fish, Hypopomus occidentalis (Gymnotiformes, Hypopomidae), in a fresh water stream in Panamá. Copeia, 2: 324-335.

Hagedorn, Mary M., Heiligenberg, W. and Carr, C. E. 1988. The development of the Jamming Avoidance Response in the weakly electric fish, Eigenmannia. Brain Behavioral Evolution, 31: 161-169.

Crawford, J. D., Hagedorn, Mary M. and Hopkins, C. D. 1986. Acoustic communication in an electric fish, Pollimyrus isidori (Mormyridae). Journal of Comparative Physiology, 159: 297-310.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1986. The ecology, courtship and mating of gymnotiform electric fish. In: Bullock, T. H. and Heiligenberg, W., Electroreception. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp.497-525.

Hagedorn, Mary M. and Carr, C. E. 1985. Single electrocyts produce a sexually dimorphic signal in the South American electric fish, Hypopomus occidentalis (Gymnotiformes, Hypopomidae). Journal of Comparative Physiology, 156: 511-523.

Hagedorn, Mary M. and Heiligenberg, W. 1985. Court and spark: Electric signals in the courtship and mating of gymnotoid fish. Animal Behaviour, 33: 254-265.

Hagedorn, Mary M. 1983. Social signals in electric fish. University of California.