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Gorbman A, Creaser CW.  1942.  Accumulation of radio-active iodine by the endostyle of larval lampreys and the problems of homology of the thyroid. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 89(3):391-401.
Creaser CW.  1944.  The amphibians and reptiles of the University of Michigan Biological Station area in northern Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 29:229-249.
Creaser CW, Gorbman A.  1935.  Apparent specificity of the induced ovulation reaction in Amphibia. American Journal of Physiology. 113:32.
Creaser CW.  1925.  The distribution of the lamprey Ichthyomyzon unicolor. Copeia. (142):34-36.
Brinley FJ, Creaser CW.  1931.  Eggs of fresh-water fishes suitable for physiological research. Science. 74:295-296.
Creaser CW.  1925.  The establishment of the Atlantic smelt in the upper waters of the Great Lakes. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 5:405-424.
Creaser CW, Hann CS.  1929.  The food of larval lampreys. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 10:433-437.
Creaser CW.  1929.  The food of yearling smelt from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 10:427-431.
Creaser CW, Creaser EP.  1935.  The grayling in Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:599-608.
Hubbs CL, Creaser CW.  1924.  On the growth of young suckers and the propagation of trout. Ecology. 5:372-378.
Creaser CW, Brown HW.  1927.  The hydrogen-ion concentration of brook trout waters of northern lower Michigan. Ecology. 8:98-105.
Creaser CW.  1939.  A lamprey of the genus Lampetra from Indiana. Copeia. :169.
Creaser CW.  1940.  Lampreys of the genus Entosphenus from Wisconsin and northern Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 25:239-241.
Creaser CW.  1935.  The moose (Alces americanus) and the water shrew (Sorex palustris hydrobodistes), rare mammals of the southern peninsula of Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:597-598.
Creaser CW.  1950.  Non-feeding attachment of the sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus). The Anatomical Record. 108(3):91-92.
Dittlinger A, Creaser CW.  1951.  The nonparasitic lamprey Ichthyomyzon fossor in the Mississippi drainage of Illinois. The Anatomical Record. 111(3):54.
Creaser CW.  1928.  The northward distribution of venomous snakes in Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 8:369-370.
Creaser CW, Harkaway R.  1942.  Ovulation induced in Rana pipiens by bird pituitary preparations. The Anatomical Record. 84:70-71.
Berg GG, Creaser CW.  1953.  Preliminary studies of inorganic polyphosphatase in developing and adult fish. The Anatomical Record. 117(3):614-615.
Creaser CW.  1930.  Relative importance of hydrogen-ion concentration, temperature, dissolved oxygen, and carbon-dioxide tension, on habitat selection by brook-trout. Ecology. 11:246-262.
Creaser CW.  1947.  The size at metamorphosis of the sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) in the Great Lakes region and further extension of breeding area into Lake Superior. The Anatomical Record. 99(4):73-74.
Creaser CW.  1929.  The smelt in Lake Michigan. Science. 69:623.
Creaser CW, Gorbman A.  1939.  Species specificity of the gonadotropic factors in vertebrates. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 14:311-331.
Creaser CW, Gorbman A.  1936.  Specificity of the pituitary gonadotropic factor as demonstrated in Amphibia. Copeia. :91-94.
Creaser CW, Shcolnek M.  1939.  Specificity within the Amphibia of pituitary gonadotropic factors derived from Amphibia. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 24:85-94.
Creaser CW.  1926.  The structure and growth of the scales of fishes in relation to the interpretation of their life-history, with special reference to the sunfish (Eupomotis gibbosus). Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology of the University of Michigan. 17:82pp..
Creaser CW.  1934.  The technic of handling the zebra fish (Brachydanio rerio) for the production of eggs which are favorable for embryological research and are available at any specified time throughout the year. Copeia. :159-161.
Gorbman A, Berg O, Creaser CW.  1953.  Thyroidal iodine accumulation of several species of fresh and brackish water teleost fishes. The Anatomical Record. 117.(3):535.