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Stuart Humphries
Stuart Humphries
Professor of Evolutionary Biophysics, University of Lincoln, UK
E-mail megerősítve itt: lincoln.ac.uk - Kezdőlap
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Sperm competition: linking form to function
S Humphries, JP Evans, LW Simmons
BMC Evolutionary Biology 8, 1-11, 2008
2442008
Sperm morphology and velocity are genetically codetermined in the zebra finch
J Mossman, J Slate, S Humphries, T Birkhead
Evolution 63 (10), 2730-2737, 2009
1202009
Particulate nutrient fluxes over a fringing coral reef: relevant scales of phytoplankton production and mechanisms of supply
ASJ Wyatt, RJ Lowe, S Humphries, AM Waite
Marine Ecology Progress Series 405, 113-130, 2010
1122010
Stable isotope analysis reveals community-level variation in fish trophodynamics across a fringing coral reef
ASJ Wyatt, AM Waite, S Humphries
Coral Reefs 31, 1029-1044, 2012
962012
Relationships between sperm length and speed differ among three internally and three externally fertilizing species
JL Simpson, S Humphries, JP Evans, LW Simmons, JL Fitzpatrick
Evolution 68 (1), 92-104, 2014
832014
Variability in isotope discrimination factors in coral reef fishes: implications for diet and food web reconstruction
ASJ Wyatt, AM Waite, S Humphries
PLoS One 5 (10), e13682, 2010
832010
Oceanographic forcing of nutrient uptake and release over a fringing coral reef
ASJ Wyatt, JL Falter, RJ Lowe, S Humphries, AM Waite
Limnology and Oceanography 57 (2), 401-419, 2012
772012
Positive allometry and the prehistory of sexual selection
JL Tomkins, NR LeBas, MP Witton, DM Martill, S Humphries
The American Naturalist 176 (2), 141-148, 2010
752010
Particulate nutrient fluxes over a fringing coral reef: Source‐sink dynamics inferred from carbon to nitrogen ratios and stable isotopes
ASJ Wyatt, RJ Lowe, S Humphries, AM Waite
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (1), 409-427, 2013
732013
Characteristics and drivers of high-altitude ladybird flight: insights from vertical-looking entomological radar
DL Jeffries, J Chapman, HE Roy, S Humphries, R Harrington, PMJ Brown, ...
PloS one 8 (12), e82278, 2013
692013
Filter feeders and plankton increase particle encounter rates through flow regime control
S Humphries
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (19), 7882-7887, 2009
692009
Is there really a drift paradox?
S Humphries, GD Ruxton
Journal of Animal Ecology, 151-154, 2002
662002
Motile curved bacteria are Pareto-optimal
R Schuech, T Hoehfurtner, DJ Smith, S Humphries
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (29), 14440-14447, 2019
622019
The interacting effects of temperature and food chain length on trophic abundance and ecosystem function
OS Beveridge, S Humphries, OL Petchey
Journal of Animal Ecology, 693-700, 2010
592010
A physical explanation of the temperature dependence of physiological processes mediated by cilia and flagella
S Humphries
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (36), 14693-14698, 2013
572013
Did pterosaurs feed by skimming? Physical modelling and anatomical evaluation of an unusual feeding method
S Humphries, RHC Bonser, MP Witton, DM Martill
PLoS Biology 5 (8), e204, 2007
572007
3D Printing: Applications in evolution and ecology
M Walker, S Humphries
Ecology and Evolution 9 (7), 4289-4301, 2019
552019
Dispersal in drift-prone macroinvertebrates: a case for density-independence.
S Humphries
Freshwater Biology 47 (5), 2002
492002
Direct and indirect effects of temperature on the population dynamics and ecosystem functioning of aquatic microbial ecosystems
OS Beveridge, OL Petchey, S Humphries
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (6), 1324-1331, 2010
452010
Mechanisms of temperature-dependent swimming: the importance of physics, physiology and body size in determining protist swimming speed
OS Beveridge, OL Petchey, S Humphries
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (24), 4223-4231, 2010
392010
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