Ralph Tollrian
Ralph Tollrian
Chair in animal ecology, evolution and biodiversity
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The ecology and evolution of inducible defenses
R Tollrian, CD Harvell
Princeton university press, 1999
Transgenerational induction of defences in animals and plants
AA Agrawal, C Laforsch, R Tollrian
Nature 401 (6748), 60-63, 1999
Predator functional responses: discriminating between handling and digesting prey
JM Jeschke, M Kopp, R Tollrian
Ecological monographs 72 (1), 95-112, 2002
Predator‐induced morphological defenses: Costs, life history shifts, and maternal effects in Daphnia pulex
R Tollrian
Ecology 76 (6), 1691-1705, 1995
Inducible defenses in Cladocera: constraints, costs, and multipredator environments
R Tollrian
The ecology and evolution of inducible defenses, 177-202, 1999
Consumer-food systems: why type I functional responses are exclusive to filter feeders
JM Jeschke, M Kopp, R Tollrian
Biological Reviews 79 (2), 337-349, 2004
Chemical cues, defence metabolites and the shaping of pelagic interspecific interactions
G Pohnert, M Steinke, R Tollrian
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 22 (4), 198-204, 2007
The impact of ultraviolet radiation on the vertical distribution of zooplankton of the genus Daphnia
SC Rhode, M Pawlowski, R Tollrian
Nature 412 (6842), 69-72, 2001
Neckteeth formation in Daphnia pulex as an example of continuous phenotypic plasticity: morphological effects of Chaoborus kairomone concentration and their quantification
R Tollrian
Journal of Plankton Research 15 (11), 1309-1318, 1993
Environmental tolerance, heterogeneity, and the evolution of reversible plastic responses
W Gabriel, B Luttbeg, A Sih, R Tollrian
The American Naturalist 166 (3), 339-353, 2005
Inducible defenses in multipredator environments: cyclomorphosis in Daphnia cucullata
C Laforsch, R Tollrian
Ecology 85 (8), 2302-2311, 2004
Alternative antipredator defences and genetic polymorphism in a pelagic predator–prey system
LD Meester, LJ Weider, R Tollrian
Nature 378 (6556), 483-485, 1995
The evolution of inducible defenses: current ideas
R Tollrian, CD Harvell
The ecology and evolution of inducible defenses 306, 321, 1999
A “crown of thorns” is an inducible defense that protects Daphnia against an ancient predator
A Petrusek, R Tollrian, K Schwenk, A Haas, C Laforsch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (7), 2248-2252, 2009
Inducible defenses: The relevance of chemical alarm cues in Daphnia
C Laforsch, L Beccara, R Tollrian
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (3), 1466-1472, 2006
Prey swarming: which predators become confused and why?
JM Jeschke, R Tollrian
Animal Behaviour 74 (3), 387-393, 2007
Fish-kairomone induced morphological changes in Daphnia lumholtzi (Sars)
R Tollrian
Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 69-75, 1994
Density-dependent effects of prey defences
JM Jeschke, R Tollrian
Oecologia 123 (3), 391-396, 2000
Chaoborus crystallinus predation on Daphnia pulex: can induced morphological changes balance effects of body size on vulnerability?
R Tollrian
Oecologia 101 (2), 151-155, 1995
An acoustic microscopy technique reveals hidden morphological defenses in Daphnia
C Laforsch, W Ngwa, W Grill, R Tollrian
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (45), 15911-15914, 2004
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