PUBLICATIONS

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In Scientific Research:

 

  • Duellman, W. E., and P. A. Burrowes. 1986. A new species of marsupial frog (Hylidae: Gastrotheca) from the Andes of southern Colombia. Occ. Pap. Mus. Nat. Hist. Univ. Kansas (120):1‑11.

  • Myers, C.W., and P. A. Burrowes. 1987. A new toxic frog (Dendrobatidae Dendrobates) from the pacific slopes of southern Colombia.  Am. Mus. Novitates, No. 2899, pp. 1‑17.

  • Duellman, W. E., and P. A. Burrowes. 1989. New species of frogs, Centrolenella, from the Pacific versant of Ecuador and Southern Colombia. Occ. pap. Mus. Nat. Hist. Univ. Kansas (132):1‑14.

  • Lynch, J. D., and P. A. Burrowes. 1990. The frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus (Family Leptodactylidae) at La Planada Reserve in southwestern Colombia with descriptions of eight new species. Occ. pap. Mus. Nat. Hist. Univ. Kansas (136):1‑31.

  • Burrowes, P. A. and R. L. Joglar. 1992. A survey of the population status and an ecological evaluation of three Puerto Rican frogs. Publ. Científica Misc. No. 1. Dept. Rec. Nat. pp. 42-46.            

  • Joglar, R. L. and P. A. Burrowes. 1992. El efecto del Huracán Hugo sobre una Comunidad de Anfibios en El Yunque, Puerto Rico.  Publ. Científica Misc. No. 1. Dept. Rec. Nat. pp. 47-53.

  • Joglar, R. L. and P.A. Burrowes. 1993. Puerto Rico: 23-24. In Vial, J. and L. Saylor The Status of Amphibian Populations: a compilation and  analysis. IUCN Species Survival Comission

                   98 pp.

  • Joglar , R. L. and P. A. Burrowes. 1993. Declining Amphibian Populations: A status Report.          Department of Natural Resources. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 46 pp.

  • Joglar, R.L. and  P. A. Burrowes. 1996. Declining amphibian populations in Puerto Rico. p.371-380. In: R. Powell and R. W. Henderson (eds.), Contributions to West Indian Herpetology: A Tribute to Albert Schwartz. The Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Ithaca (New York). Contributions to Herpetology, volume 12.

  • Joglar, R.L., P. A. Burrowes and N. Rios. 1996. Biology of the Puerto Rican cave-dwelling frog Eleutherodactylus cooki, and some recommendations for its conservation. p. 251-258. In: R. Powell and R. W. Henderson (eds.), Contributions to West Indian Herpetology: A Tribute to Albert Schwartz. The Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Ithaca (New York). Contributions to Herpetology, volume 12.

  • Burrowes, P. A. and R. L. Joglar 1999. Population Genetics of the Puerto Rican cave-dwelling frog Eleutherodactylus cooki. Journal of Herpetology, 33(4):706-711.     

  • Vickerman, D., A. Michels, and P. A. Burrowes 1999. Levels of infection of migrating monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) by the parasite Ophryocystis elektroscirrha (Neogregarinidia: Ophryocystidae), and evidence of a new mode of spore transmission between adults. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 72(1): 124 - 128.

  • Burrowes, P. A. 2000. The Reproductive Biology and Parental Care of the Puerto Rican cave-dwelling frog Eleutherodactylus cooki. Herpetologica, 56(3):375-386.   

  • Burrowes, P.A., R. L. Joglar, and D. E. Green. 2004. Potential Causes of Amphibian Declines in Puerto Rico. Herpetologica. 60(2) 141–154.

  • Burrowes, P.A. and R. L. Joglar. 2004. Puerto Rican Amphibians. Chapter 3.7, Pp. 76—82. In Wilkinson, J.W. (Ed). Collected DAPTF Working Group Reports: Ten years on. DAPTF, Milton Keynes.

  • Lips, K. R., Burrowes P. A.  Mendelson III, J. R., and Parra-Olea, G. 2005. Amphibian Declines in Latin America: Widespread Population Declines, Extinctions, and Impacts. Biotropica 37(2):163—166.

  • Lips, K. R., Burrowes P. A.  Mendelson III, J. R., and Parra-Olea, G. 2005.Amphibian Population Declines in Latin America: A Synthesis. Biotropica 37(2):222—226.

  • Burrowes, P. A. y R. L. Joglar.  2005. El estado de los anfibios de Puerto Rico, págs. 60- 65.  En R. L. Joglar (Ed.), Biodiversidad  de Puerto Rico. Vertebrados Terrestres y Ecosistemas. Serie de Historia Natural.  Editorial Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Pp. 563.

  • Burrowes, P. A.  2005. El demonio de Puerto Rico, págs. 88--90.  En R. L. Joglar (Ed.), Biodiversidad  de Puerto Rico. Vertebrados Terrestres y Ecosistemas. Serie de Historia Natural.  Editorial Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Pp. 563.

  •  Joglar, R. L. and P. A.  Burrowes. 2005.  Status of Amphibian Populations in Puerto Rico - Greater Antilles Region Progress Report. Froglog 72: 1-2.

  • Joglar, R. L. and P. A.  Burrowes, D. Dávila, A. Rodríguez, A. López, A. V. Longo and P. Medina  2005. Eleutherodactylus wightmanae Reproduction.  Herpetological Review: 36(4):433-434. 

  • Longo, A. V.,  P. A. Burrowes and R. L . Joglar. 2006. Study of the effect of drought on the dispersion pattern of rainforest Eleutherodactylus.  Focus IV,2 (2005):64.  Published Abstract for the 20th AAAS conference UIA, Bayamón.

  • Mendelson Joseph R. III, Lips, K. R., Gagliardo, R. W., Rabb, G. B., Collins, J. P., Diffendorfer, J. E., Daszak, P., Ibáñez, R.D., Zippel, K. C., Lawson, D. P., Wright, K. M., Stuart, S. N., Gascon, C., da Silva, H. R., Burrowes, P. A., Joglar, R. L., La Marca, E., Lötters, S., du Preez, L. H., Weldon, C., Hyatt,  A., Vicente Rodriguez-Mahecha, J.V., Hunt, S., Robertson, H., Lock, B., Raxworthy, C. J., Frost, D. R., Lacy, R. C., Alford, R. A., Campbell, J. A., Parra-Olea, G., Bolaños, F., Calvo Domingo, J. J., Halliday, T., Murphy, J. B., Wake, M. H., Coloma, L. A., Kuzmin, S. L., Price, M. S., Howell, K. M., Lau, M., Pethiyagoda, R., Boone, M., Lannoo, M. J., Blaustein, A. R., Dobson, A., Griffiths, R. A., Crump, M. L., Wake, D. B., Brodie. E. D. Jr. 2006. Mitigating Global Amphibian Extinctions: Policy Changes and Action are needed. Science 313:48.

  • Burrowes, P.A. and R. L. Joglar. 2006. The Status of Puerto Rican Amphibians. Chapter 3.7 Puerto Rico. In: Collected DAPTF Working Group Reports: Ten years on.

  • Mendelson Joseph R. III, Karen R. Lips, James E. Diffendorfer, Ronald W. Gagliardo, George B. Rabb, James P. Collins, , Peter Daszak, Roberto Ibáñez D., Kevin C. Zippel, Simon N. Stuart, Claude Gascon, Hélio R. da Silva, Patricia A. Burrowes, Robert C. Lacy, Federico Bolaños, Luis A. Coloma, Kevin M. Wright, David B. Wake. Response to Rebutal “Responding to Amphibian Loss” 2006.  Science 314: 1541-1542.

  • G. Velo-Antón, Burrowes, P. A.; Joglar, R. L.; Martínez-Solano, I.; Beard, K. H, and  Parra-Olea, G. 2007. Phylogenetic study of Eleutherodactylus coqui (Anura: Leptodactylidae) reveals deep genetic fragmentation in Puerto Rico and origins in Hawaii. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45: 716--728.

  • Joglar, R. L., A. O. Álvarez, T. Mitchell Aide, D. Barber, P. A. Burrowes, M. A. García,  A. León, Cardona, A. V. Longo, N. Pérez-Buitrago, A. Puente, Neftalí Ríos-López, P. J. Tolson. 2007. Conserving the Puerto Rican herpetofauna.  Applied Herpetology  4: 327-345.

  • Burrowes, P. A. and G. M. Nazario. 2008. Promoting Student Learning Through the Integration of Lab and Lecture: The Seamless Biology Curriculum. Journal of College Science Teaching 27(4):18—23.

  • Burrowes, P. A. Ana V. Longo, Rafael L. Joglar and Andrew A. Cunningham. 2008. Geographic Distribution of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Puerto Rico. Hepetological Review 39(3): 321-324.

  • Burrowes, P. A. Ana V. Longo, and Carlos A. Rodríguez. 2008.  Fitness Cost of Batrachochytrium Dendrobatidis Infection in Eleutherodactylus Coqui, and Comments on Habitat-Related Risk of Infection. Herpetotropicos Vol. 4(2):51-57.

  • Daza, J. D., P. A. Burrowes, and P. Medina.  2008. Eleutherodactylus coqui: Predation.  Herpetological Review 39 (4): 459-460.

  • Burrowes, P. A. 2009. Climate Change and Amphibian Declines Pp. 3268-3287. In: H. Heatwole and J. W. Wilkinson (Eds.) Amphibian Biology Vol 8: Amphibian Decline: Diseases, Parasites, Maladies and Pollution. Surrey Beatty and Sons Publishers. Australia.

  • Longo, A.V., P.A. Burrowes and R. L. Joglar. 2010. Seasonality of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection in direct-developing frogs suggests a mechanism for persistence. Dis. Aquat. Org. 92:253–260.

  • Nelson, M., Silverstone, S., Reiss, K. C., Burrowes, P.,  Joglar, R., Robertson, M., and Vakil, T. 2010. The Impact of Hardwood Line-Planting on Tree and Amphibian Diversity in a Secondary Subtropical Wet Forest of Southeast Puerto Rico's, Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 29:5, 503 – 516.

  • Longo, A. V. and P. A. Burrowes. 2010. Persistence with chytridiomycosis does not assure survival of direct-developing frogs. EcoHealth 7(2):185–195.

  • Burrowes, P.A., A. Alicea, A. V. Longo and R. L. Joglar. Toes versus Swabs?  Evaluation of The Best Tissue Source For Detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Field-Caught Amphibians (Accepted to Herp. Review March, 2011).

  • De la Riva, I. and P. A. Burrowes 2011, Rapid assessment of the presence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Bolivian Andean Frogs. Herp. Review 42(3):372-375.

  • Burrowes, P.A.  and R. L. Joglar 2011. Puerto Rico: An island rich in amphibians subject to many threats. Froglog (96):14-16.

  • Burrowes, P. A., Alicea, A., Longo, A. V., and Joglar, R. L. 2011. Toes versus Swabs? Evaluation of The Best Tissue Source for Detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Field-Caught Amphibians. Herpetological Review 42(3), 359–362.

  • Urbina-Cardona, Nicolás, Patricia A. Burrowes, Mariela Osorno, Andrew J. Crawford, Julián A. Velasco, Sandra V. Flechas, Fernando Vargas-Salinas,  Víctor F. Luna-Mora, Carlos A. Navas, Manuel Guayara-Barragán, Fernando Castro-Herrera, Wilmar Bolivar-G y Paul David A. Gutiérrez-Cárdenas. 2011. Prioridades en la conservación de anfibios ante su crisis global: Hacia la construcción del Plan de Acción para la Conservación de los anfibios de Colombia. Capitulo Z6. Pp 10-19. En: Asociación Colombiana de Zoología (Ed.). 2011. Creando un clima para el cambio: La biodiversidad, servicios para la humanidad. III Congreso Colombiano de Zoología, Libro de memorias. Asociación Colombiana de Zoología. Medellín-Antioquia. 57 pgs. Disponible en Internet: www.aczcolombia.org. ISBN – 978-958-57015-1-9.

  • Longo, A. V., R. J. Ossiboff, K. R. Zamudio, and P. A. Burrowes.  2013. Lability in host defenses: terrestrial frogs die from chytridiomycosis under enzootic conditions. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 49:197-199.

  • Longo, A. V., Rodriguez, D.,  Da Silva Leite, D.,  Toledo, L. F., Mendoza Almeralla, C.,  Burrowes, P. A., and Zamudio, K. R. 2013.  ITS1 Copy Number Varies among Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Strains: Implications for qPCR Estimates of Infection Intensity from Field-Collected Amphibian Skin Swabs. PLoS ONE 8(3): e59499. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059499.

  • Langhammer, P.F.,  Lips, K.R., Burrowes, P.A.,  Tunstall,  T., Palmer,  C.M., and  Collins, J. P.  2013. A Fungal Pathogen of Amphibians, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, Attenuates in Pathogenicity with In Vitro Passages. PlosOne 8(10)1-9 -e77630

  • Langhammer, P. F., P. A. Burrowes, K. R. Lips, A. B. Bryant, and J. P. Collins. 2014.  Susceptibility to the amphibian chytrid fungus varies with ontogeny in the direct-developing frog, Eleutherodactylus coqui. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 50(3), DOI: 10.7589/2013-10-268

  • Longo, AV, PA Burrowes, and KR Zamudio, 2014.  Genomic studies of disease-outcome in host–pathogen dynamics. Integrative and comparative biology 54 (3), 427-438

  • De la Riva, I. and P. A. Burrowes 2014. A new species of Psychrophrynella (Anura: Craugastoridae) from the Cordillera Real, Department La Paz, Bolivia Zootaxa 3887 (3): 459––470; http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3887.4.4

  • Rollins-Smith, L. A. , Reinert, L. and Burrowes, P. A. 2015. Coqui frogs persist with the deadly chytrid fungus despite a lack of defensive antimicrobial peptides.. Dis Aquat Org 113: 81–83, doi: 10.3354/dao02823.

  • Mendoza-Almeralla, C.,  P. A.  Burrowes  y G. Parra-Olea. 2015. La quitridiomicosis en los anfibios de México: una revision. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 86 (2015) 238-248. http://dx.doi.org/10.7550/rmb.42588

  • Agostini, G., A. Cortelezzi, I. Berkunsky, G. Soler and P. A. Burrowes, 2015 “First record of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infecting threatened populations of Tandilean Red Belly Toad (Melanophryniscus aff montevidensis) in Argentina”. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad. –Accepted, April, 2015.

  • Agostini, M.G., and Burrowes, P.A. Infection patterns of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis on amphibians assemblages in agro-ecosystems from Buenos Aires province (Argentina). Phyllomedusa, Journal of Heprpetology,  Accepted April, 2015.

  • Refsnider J. M., Poorten T. J., Langhammer P. F., Burrowes P.A., and Rosenblum  E. B. 2015.  Genomic correlates of virulence attenuation in the deadly amphibian chytrid fungus, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics Early Online, published on September 1, 2015 as doi:10.1534/g3.115.021808

  • James T.Y., L. F.  Toledo,  D. R€odder, D. da Silva Leite, A. M. Belasen, C. M. Betancourt-Roman,  T.S. Jenkinson, C. Lambertini, A. V. Longo, J. Ruggeri, J. P. Collins, P. A. Burrowes, K. R. Lips, K. R. Zamudio & J. E. Longcore. 2015. Disentangling host, pathogen, and environmental determinants of a recently emerged wildlife disease: lessons from the first 15 years of amphibian chytridiomycosis research.  Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.1002/ece3.1672

  • P. A. and I. De la Riva 2017. Detection of the amphibian chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in museum specimens of Andean aquatic birds: implications for pathogen dispersal Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 53(2), 2017, DOI: 10.7589/2016-04-074

  • Burrowes P. A., M. C. Martes, M. Torres-Ríos, and A.V. Longo 2017.  Arboreality predicts Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection level in tropical direct-developing frogs.  J. of Natural  History DOI: 10.1080/00222933.2017.1297504.

  • Burrowes, P. A. and I. De la Riva 2017.  Unraveling the Historical Prevalence of the Invasive Chytrid Fungus in the Bolivian Andes: Implications In Recent Amphibian Declines. Biological Invasions. DOI: 10.1007/s10530-017-1390-8

  • Hughey, Myra C., Janelle A. Pena, Roberto Reyes, Daniel Medina, Lisa K. Belden and Patricia A. Burrowes  2017. Skin bacterial microbiome of a generalist Puerto Rican frog varies along elevation and land use gradients. PeerJ DOI 10.7717/peerj.3688 (open access at: https://peerj.com/articles/3688)

  • De la Riva, I, Cortez, C.  and Burrowes, P. A. 2017.  A new species of Microkayla (Anura: Craugastoridae: Holoadeninae) from Department La Paz, Bolivia. Zootaxa 4363 (3): 350–360 [http://www.mapress.com/j/zt/]

  • Scheele B.C.,  Pasmans F., Skerratt L.F., Berger L., Martel M., Beukema W., Acevedo A.A., Burrowes P.A., Carvalho C., Catenazzi A., De la Riva I., Fisher M.C., Flechas S.V., Foster C.N., Frías-Álvarez P., J. Garner T.W., Gratwicke B., Guayasamin J.M., Hirschfeld M., Kolby J.E., Kosch T., La Marca E., Lindenmayer D.B., Lips K.R.,  Longo A.V., Maneyro R., McDonald C:A., Mendelson III J., Palacios-Rodriguez P., Parra-Olea G., Richards-Zawacki C.L., Rödel M., Rovito S.M., Soto-Azat C., Toledo L.F., Voyles J., Weldon C., Whitfield S.M., Wilkinson M., Zamudio K.R., Canessa S. (2019). Amphibian fungal panzootic causes catastrophic and ongoing loss of biodiversity. Science 363 (6434):1459–1463. doi: 10.1126.

  • Garcia-Recinos, L., Burrowes, P., and Dominguez-Bello, M. 2019. The skin microbiota of Eleutherodactylus frogs: effects of host ecology, phylogeny, and local environment. Frontiers in microbiology, 10, 2571.

  • Longo, Ana V.  Carlos A. Rodríguez-Gómez, Jan P. Zegarra, Omar Monzón, Héctor J. Claudio-Hernández, Rafael L. Joglar, Kelly R. Zamudio, Patricia A. Burrowes, and Alberto l. López-Torres. 2020.  Tick parasitism as a cost of sexual selection and male parental care in a Neotropical frog.  Ecosphere 11(1):e03010. 10.1002/ecs2.3010  

  • Scheele B.C.,  Pasmans F., Skerratt L.F., Berger L., Martel M., Beukema W., Acevedo A.A., Burrowes P.A., Carvalho C., Catenazzi A., De la Riva I., Fisher M.C., Flechas S.V., Foster C.N., Frías-Álvarez P., J. Garner T.W., Gratwicke B., Guayasamin J.M., Hirschfeld M., Kolby J.E., Kosch T., La Marca E., Lindenmayer D.B., Lips K.R.,  Longo A.V., Maneyro R., McDonald C:A., Mendelson III J., Palacios-Rodriguez P., Parra-Olea G., Richards-Zawacki C.L., Rödel M., Rovito S.M., Soto-Azat C., Toledo L.F., Voyles J., Weldon C., Whitfield S.M., Wilkinson M., Zamudio K.R., Canessa S. (2020). Response to Comment on “Amphibian fungal panzootic causes catastrophic and ongoing loss of biodiversity. Science 367 (6482): eaay2905.  DOI: 10.1126/science.aay2905.

  • Burrowes, P. A., James, T. Y., Jenkinson, T. S., and De la Riva, I. 2020. Genetic analysis of post-epizootic amphibian chytrid strains in Bolivia: Adding a piece to the puzzle. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases.  DOI: 10.1111/tbed.13568. 

  • Burrowes, P. A.,  Navas, C. A., Jiménez-Robles, J., Delgado, P. and De la Riva, I.  2020. Climatic heterogeneity in the Bolivian Andes: Are frogs trapped? South American Journal of Herpetology 18: 1–12. http://doi.org/10.2994/SAJH-D-18-00047.1

  • Odell R., Seagal V.R., May C.,  Hawley Matlaga T.J, Burrowes P.A., and Wood T.E. 2020. ELEUTHERODACTYLUS COQUI (Common Coqui). DIET.  Herpetological Review 51(3), 2020.

  • De la Riva, I., Lansac, C., Cepeda, B., Cantillo, G., De Luca, J., González, l.,  Márquez, R., Burrowes, P.A. 2020. Forensic bioacoustics? The advertisement calls of two locally extinct frogs from Colombia.  Amphibian & Reptile Conservation 14(3) [General Section]: 177–188 (e265).

  • Burrowes. P. A.,   A. D. Hernández-Figueroa, G.D. Acevedo, J. Alemán-Ríos,  and A. V. Longo 2021.  Can artificial retreat sites help frogs recover after severe habitat devastation?  Insights on the use of “coqui houses” after hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Amphibians & Reptile Conservation 15(1) [General Section]: 57–70 (e274).

  • Peña-Jiménez J. A.  and  Burrowes. P. A. 2021. An effective way to mark cohorts of juvenile terrestrial direct-developing frogs. Herpetology Notes 14(2021):1037–1042.

  • Hawley Matlaya, T.J., P.A. Burrowes, R. Hernandez-Pacheco, J. Peña, C. Sutherland, and T.E. Wood. 2021. Warming increases activity in the common tropical frog Eleutherodactylus coqui, Climate Change Ecology, Volume 2. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecochg.2021.100041. 

  • Delgado-Suazo, P. and P. A. Burrowes 2021. Response to thermal and hydric regimes point to differential inter- and intraspecific vulnerability of tropical amphibians to climate warming. Journal of Thermal Biology.  Journal of Thermal Biology 103(2022) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtherbio.2021.103148  

 

Publications in Science Education Research: 

 

  • Burrowes, P. A. and M. Oliveras 2000.  Relationship between students social and academic background, and their performance in an introductory Biology course at the University of Puerto Rico. Acta Cientifica 14(3):145-149.

  • Burrowes, P. A. and G. M. Nazario. 2001. Preparing Students for the Transition from a Teacher-Centered to a Student-Centered Environment: Active Exercises that work at the University Level.  Pedagogía 35:135–141.

  • Burrowes, P. A. and G. M. Nazario. 2001. Application of Biotechnology to Solve Relevant Biological Problems Promotes Understanding of Underlying Concepts. Journal of Math and Science: Collaborative Explorations 4(2):37–41.

  • Nazario, G.M., P. A. Burrowes and J. Rodríguez. 2002.  Persisting Misconceptions: Using Pre- and Post-Tests to Identify Biological Misconceptions.  Journal of College Science Teaching XXXI(5):292–296.        

  • Nazario, G.M., and P. A. Burrowes 2003. ¿Cómo responden las plantas a la microgravedad? Pp. 28-33. In: G. Nazario and C. Bellido (Eds.). Aprendizaje activo en la sala de clases universitaria: Actividades para Ciencias, Matemáticas y Educación. Puerto Rico Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation, San Juan, P.R.

  • Nazario, G.M., and P. A. Burrowes 2003. ¿Cómo obtener oxígeno en el espacio? Pp. 21-27. In: G. Nazario and C. Bellido (Eds.). Aprendizaje activo en la sala de clases universitaria: Actividades para Ciencias, Matemáticas y Educación. Puerto Rico Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation, San Juan, P.R.

  • Burrowes, P. A. 2003.  A Student-Centered  Approach to Teaching General Biology That Really Works: Lord’s Constructivist Model Put to a Test. The American Biology Teacher 65(7):491–502.

  • Nazario, G. M, and P. A. Burrowes. 2006.  Pruebas Conceptuales para Botánica y Zoología: Desarrollo y Utilidad. Pedagogía 39(1): 150-170.

  • Burrowes, P. A.  2007 .  How to make a field trip a hands-on investigative laboratory: Learning about marine invertebrates. The American Biology Teacher Online 69(4):54-58.

  • Burrowes, P. A. and G. M. Nazario. 2008. Promoting Student Learning Through the Integration of Lab and Lecture: The Seamless Biology Curriculum. Journal of College Science Teaching 27(4):18—23.

  • Quintero, A. H, , P.A. Burrowes y J. E. Cortés-Figueroa. 2008.  Promoviendo la Investigación en la Sala de Clase entre los Maestros: Lecciones Aprendidas desde la Perspectiva del Desarrollo Profesional del Maestro. El Sol – Revista Oficial de la Asociación de Maestros de Puerto Rico. 2008 (1): 16—19. 

  • Colon-Berlingeri, L. and P. A. Burrowes. Teaching Biology through Statistics: Application of Statistical Methods in Genetics and Zoology Courses. Cell Biology Education-Life Sciences 43:259-267.Burrowes, P. A. 2013.  Life History Impacts on the Number of Offspring: Evaluating differences between endotherm and ectotherm animals with broad geographic distributions.  https://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/quaardvark/discuss/24/55/93/