Ben Speers-roesch


  • Biochemical correlates of aggressive behavior in the Siamese fighting fish
  • Effects of temperature and hydrostatic pressure on routine oxygen uptake of the bloater (Coregonus hoyi)
  • Interspecific dietary diversity has little influence on pathways of glucose metabolism in liver and heart of piranhas and pacus (family Serrasalmidae)
  • Does the physiology of chondrichthyan fishes constrain their distribution in the deep sea?
  • Enzymatic capacities of metabolic fuel use in cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) and responses to food deprivation: insight into the metabolic organization and starvation survival strategy of cephalopods
  • Inactivity and the passive slowing effect of cold on resting metabolism as the primary drivers of energy savings in overwintering fishes
  • Ocean acidification does not impair the behaviour of coral reef fishes.
  • Brain cooling marginally increases acute upper thermal tolerance in Atlantic cod.
  • Brain cooling marginally increases maximum thermal tolerance in Atlantic cod
  • Don't throw the fish out with the respirometry water.
  • Osmolyte Adjustments as a Pressure Adaptation in Deep-Sea Chondrichthyan Fishes: An Intraspecific Test in Arctic Skates (Amblyraja hyperborea) along a Depth Gradient.
  • Intraspecific Variation in the Sublethal Effects of Physically and Chemically Dispersed Crude Oil on Early Life Stages of Atlantic Cod ( Gadus morhua )
  • Gut transport characteristics in herbivorous and carnivorous serrasalmid fish from ion-poor Rio Negro water.
  • Effects of fatty acid provision during severe hypoxia on routine and maximal performance of the in situ tilapia heart.
  • Hypoxia tolerance in sculpins is associated with high anaerobic enzyme activity in brain but not in liver or muscle.
  • Exceptional cardiac anoxia tolerance in tilapia (Oreochromis hybrid).
  • Hypoxia tolerance in elasmobranchs. I. Critical oxygen tension as a measure of blood oxygen transport during hypoxia exposure.
  • Hypoxia tolerance in elasmobranchs. II. Cardiovascular function and tissue metabolic responses during progressive and relative hypoxia exposures.
  • A radical approach to beating hypoxia: depressed free radical release from heart fibres of the hypoxia-tolerant epaulette shark (Hemiscyllum ocellatum).
  • Effects of environmental hypoxia on cardiac energy metabolism and performance in tilapia.
  • The unusual energy metabolism of elasmobranch fishes.
  • Plasma non-esterified fatty acids of elasmobranchs: comparisons of temperate and tropical species and effects of environmental salinity.
  • Using fatty-acid profile analysis as an ecologic indicator in the management of tourist impacts on marine wildlife: a case of stingray-feeding in the Caribbean.
  • Metabolic organization of the spotted ratfish, Hydrolagus colliei (Holocephali: Chimaeriformes): insight into the evolution of energy metabolism in the chondrichthyan fishes.
  • Metabolic organization of freshwater, euryhaline, and marine elasmobranchs: implications for the evolution of energy metabolism in sharks and rays.
  • The accumulation of methylamine counteracting solutes in elasmobranchs with differing levels of urea: a comparison of marine and freshwater species.
  • Activities of antioxidant enzymes and cytochrome c oxidase in liver of Arctic and temperate teleosts.
  • Critical oxygen tensions as predictors of hypoxia tolerance and tissue metabolic responses during hypoxia exposure in fishes
  • Ecological significance of thermal tolerance and performance in fishes: new insights from integrating field and laboratory approaches
  • Scientific Misconduct: The Elephant in the Lab. A Response to Parker et al.
  • The benefit of being still: energy savings during winter dormancy in fish come from inactivity and the cold, not from metabolic rate depression
  • Reply to: Methods matter in repeating ocean acidification studies.
  • Oxygen-dependence of upper thermal limits in crustaceans from different thermal habitats.
  • The physiological ups and downs of thermal variability in temperate freshwater ecosystems.
  • Oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: blurring ecology and physiology.
  • Maximum thermal limits of coral reef damselfishes are size dependent and resilient to near-future ocean acidification.
  • Metabolic rate and rates of protein turnover in food-deprived cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis (Linnaeus 1758).
  • ‘Aerobic scope protection’ reduces ectotherm growth under warming
  • Intraspecific Variation in the Sublethal Effects of Physically and Chemically Dispersed Crude Oil on Early Life Stages of Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua)
  • Thermal constraints on exercise and metabolic performance do not explain the use of dormancy as an overwintering strategy in the cunner (Tautogolabrus adspersus)
  • Among-individual variation in thermal plasticity of fish metabolic rates causes profound variation in temperature-specific trait repeatability, but does not co-vary with behavioural plasticity
  • Environmental variation associated with overwintering elicits marked metabolic plasticity in a temperate salmonid, Salvelinus fontinalis
  • Exposure to individual polycyclic aromatic compounds impairs the cardiac performance of American lobster (Homarus americanus) larvae

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