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Dr. David Morton - Biography

Research Interests/Publications

  • Morton, D. 1978. A comparison of iron histochemical methods for use on glycol methacrylate embedded tissue. Stain Technology 53: 217-223.
  • Morton, D. and W. A. Wimsatt. 1980. The distribution of iron in the gastrointestinal tract of the vampire bat: Evidence for macrophage-linked iron clearance. Anatomical Record 198: 183-192.
  • Morton, D. and J. Richards. 1981. The flow of excess dietary water through the common vampire bat. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 69A: 511-515.
  • Morton, D. and J.T. Janning. Iron balance in the common vampire bat. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 37A: 421-425.
  • Calcott, P., D. Morton, et al. 1983. Ultrastructural and biochemical changes in a prokaryote induced by cytoskeletal active drugs. FEMS Microbiology Letters 16: 111-116.
  • J. M. Mullan, G. A. Feldhammer and D. Morton. 1988. Reproductive characteristics of female sika deer in Maryland and Virginia. Journal of Mammalogy 69: 388-389.
  • S. J. Agosta, K. M. Kuhn and D. Morton. 2002. Bat night roost at an abandoned mine in western Maryland. Canadian Field-Naturalist 116(3): 389-392.
  • S. J. Agosta and D. Morton. 2003. Diet of the big brown bat, Eptesicus fuscus, from Pennsylvania and western Maryland. Northeastern Naturalist 10(1): 89-104.
  • S. J. Agosta, D. Morton, and K. M. Kuhn. 2003. Feeding ecology of the bat Eptesicus fuscus: 'preferred' prey abundance as one factor influencing prey selection and diet breadth. Journal of Zoolology, London 260, 169-177.