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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
12052000
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
7072004
Sex, size and gender roles: evolutionary studies of sexual size dimorphism
DJ Fairbairn, WU Blanckenhorn, T Székely
Oxford University Press, 2007
6832007
Behavioral causes and consequences of sexual size dimorphism
WU Blanckenhorn
Ethology 111 (11), 977-1016, 2005
5752005
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, 227, 2010
3872010
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
2912002
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
2782006
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
2602007
Adaptive phenotypic plasticity in growth, development, and body size in the yellow dung fly
WU Blanckenhorn
Evolution 52 (5), 1394-1407, 1998
2351998
Risk-sensitivity: ambient temperature affects foraging choice
T Caraco, WU Blanckenhorn, GM Gregory, JA Newman, GM Recer, ...
Animal Behaviour 39 (2), 338-345, 1990
2291990
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
1891995
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
1752005
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
1751995
Altitudinal life history variation in the dung flies Scathophaga stercoraria and Sepsis cynipsea
WU Blanckenhorn
Oecologia 109 (3), 342-352, 1997
1571997
Analysing body condition: mass, volume or density?
J Moya‐Larańo, R Macías‐Ordóńez, WU Blanckenhorn, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (6), 1099-1108, 2008
1352008
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
1202000
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
1152000
Different growth responses to temperature and resource limitation in three fly species with similar life histories
WU Blanckenhorn
Evolutionary Ecology 13 (4), 395-409, 1999
1061999
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
1032000
Food and sex-specific growth strategies in a spider
G Uhl, S Schmitt, MA Schäfer, W Blanckenhorn
Evolutionary Ecology Research 6 (4), 523-540, 2004
1012004
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