Wolf Blanckenhorn
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The evolution of body size: what keeps organisms small?
WU Blanckenhorn
The quarterly review of biology 75 (4), 385-407, 2000
10382000
Bergmann and converse Bergmann latitudinal clines in arthropods: two ends of a continuum?
WU Blanckenhorn, M Demont
Integrative and Comparative Biology 44 (6), 413-424, 2004
5992004
Sex, size and gender roles: evolutionary studies of sexual size dimorphism
DJ Fairbairn, WU Blanckenhorn, T Székely
Oxford University Press, 2007
5472007
Behavioral causes and consequences of sexual size dimorphism
WU Blanckenhorn
Ethology 111 (11), 977-1016, 2005
5032005
Sex differences in phenotypic plasticity affect variation in sexual size dimorphism in insects: from physiology to evolution
RC Stillwell, WU Blanckenhorn, T Teder, G Davidowitz, CW Fox
Annual review of entomology 55, 2010
3032010
The costs of copulating in the dung fly Sepsis cynipsea
WU Blanckenhorn, DJ Hosken, OY Martin, C Reim, Y Teuschl, PI Ward
Behavioral Ecology 13 (3), 353-358, 2002
2752002
When Rensch meets Bergmann: does sexual size dimorphism change systematically with latitude?
WU Blanckenhorn, RC Stillwell, KA Young, CW Fox, KG Ashton
Evolution 60 (10), 2004-2011, 2006
2242006
Proximate causes of Rensch’s rule: does sexual size dimorphism in arthropods result from sex differences in development time?
WU Blanckenhorn, AFG Dixon, DJ Fairbairn, MW Foellmer, P Gibert, ...
The American Naturalist 169 (2), 245-257, 2007
2192007
Adaptive phenotypic plasticity in growth, development, and body size in the yellow dung fly
WU Blanckenhorn
Evolution 52 (5), 1394-1407, 1998
2061998
Risk-sensitivity: ambient temperature affects foraging choice
T Caraco, WU Blanckenhorn, GM Gregory, JA Newman, GM Recer, ...
Animal Behaviour 39 (2), 338-345, 1990
2031990
Time and energy constraints and the evolution of sexual size dimorphism—to eat or to mate?
WU Blanckenhorn, RF Preziosi, DJ Fairbairn
Evolutionary Ecology 9 (4), 369-381, 1995
1721995
Life history adaptation along a latitudinal cline in the water strider Aquarius remigis (Heteroptera: Gerridae)
WU Blanckenhorn, DJ Fairbairn
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 8 (1), 21-41, 1995
1591995
Grasshoppers cope with low host plant quality by compensatory feeding and food selection: N limitation challenged
D Berner, WU Blanckenhorn, C Körner
Oikos 111 (3), 525-533, 2005
1532005
Altitudinal life history variation in the dung flies Scathophaga stercoraria and Sepsis cynipsea
WU Blanckenhorn
Oecologia 109 (3), 342-352, 1997
1461997
Sexual size dimorphism in birds
T Szekely, T Lislevand, J Figuerola
Sex, size and gender roles: evolutionary studies of sexual size dimorphism …, 2007
1322007
Female Choice, Female Reluctance to Mate and Sexual Selection on Body Size in the Dung Fly Sepsis cynipsea
WU Blanckenhorn, C Mühlhäuser, C Morf, T Reusch, M Reuter
Ethology 106 (7), 577-593, 2000
1112000
Analysing body condition: mass, volume or density?
J Moya‐Laraño, R Macías‐Ordóñez, WU Blanckenhorn, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (6), 1099-1108, 2008
1102008
Temporal and microspatial variation in the intensities of natural and sexual selection in the yellow dung fly Scathophaga stercoraria
P Jann, WU Blanckenhorn, PI Ward
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 13 (6), 927-938, 2000
1062000
Different growth responses to temperature and resource limitation in three fly species with similar life histories
WU Blanckenhorn
Evolutionary Ecology 13 (4), 395, 1999
1001999
Temperature effects on egg size and their fitness consequences in the yellow dung fly Scathophaga stercoraria
WU Blanckenhorn
Evolutionary Ecology 14 (7), 627-643, 2000
902000
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