Haseeb Randhawa
Haseeb Randhawa
South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute
Dirección de correo verificada de sfl.co.fk
Citado por
Citado por
Evolution of parasitism along convergent lines: from ecology to genomics
R Poulin, HS Randhawa
Parasitology 142 (S1), S6-S15, 2015
Determinants of tapeworm species richness in elasmobranch fishes: untangling environmental and phylogenetic influences
HS Randhawa, R Poulin
Ecography 33 (5), 866-877, 2010
Integrating parasitology and marine ecology: seven challenges towards greater synergy
R Poulin, I Blasco-Costa, HS Randhawa
Journal of Sea Research 113, 3-10, 2016
Monthly variation in the parasite communities of the intertidal fish Scartichthys viridis (Blenniidae) from central Chile: are there seasonal patterns?
G Muñoz, HS Randhawa
Parasitology Research 109 (1), 53-62, 2011
Student peer review: enhancing formative feedback with a rebuttal
T Harland, N Wald, H Randhawa
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 42 (5), 801-811, 2017
Identifying hotspots of parasite diversity from species–area relationships: host phylogeny versus host ecology
R Poulin, F Guilhaumon, HS Randhawa, JL Luque, D Mouillot
Oikos 120 (5), 740-747, 2011
Missing links: testing the completeness of host-parasite checklists
R Poulin, AA Besson, MB Morin, HS Randhawa
Parasitology 143 (1), 114-122, 2016
Determinants and consequences of interspecific body size variation in tetraphyllidean tapeworms
HS Randhawa, R Poulin
Oecologia 161 (4), 759-769, 2009
Increasing rate of species discovery in sharks coincides with sharp population declines: implications for biodiversity
HS Randhawa, R Poulin, M Krkošek
Ecography 38 (1), 96-107, 2015
Larval parasite gene sequence data reveal cryptic trophic links in life cycles of porbeagle shark tapeworms
HS Randhawa, P Brickle
Marine Ecology Progress Series 431, 215-222, 2011
Establishment of the onset of host specificity in four phyllobothriid tapeworm species (Cestoda: Tetraphyllidea) using a molecular approach
HS Randhawa, GW Saunders, MDB Burt
Parasitology 134 (9), 1291-1300, 2007
Insights using a molecular approach into the life cycle of a tapeworm infecting great white sharks
HS Randhawa
The Journal of parasitology 97 (2), 275-280, 2011
Redescription of Pseudanthobothrium hanseni Baer, 1956 and description of P. purtoni n. sp.(Cestoda: Tetraphyllidea) from different pairs of rajid skate hosts, with comments on …
HS Randhawa, GW Saunders, ME Scott, MDB Burt
Systematic Parasitology 70 (1), 41-60, 2008
Determinants of host specificity and comments on attachment site specificity of tetraphyllidean cestodes infecting rajid skates from the northwest Atlantic
HS Randhawa, MDB Burt
Journal of Parasitology 94 (2), 436-461, 2008
Benefits of fidelity: does host specialization impact nematode parasite life history and fecundity?
J Koprivnikar, HS Randhawa
Parasitology 140 (5), 587, 2013
Parasites of polychaetes and their impact on host survival in Otago Harbour, New Zealand
RC Peoples, HS Randhawa, R Poulin
Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. Journal of the Marine …, 2012
Otolith Trace Elemental Analyses of South American Austral Hake, Merluccius australis (Hutton, 1872) Indicates Complex Salinity Structuring on their Spawning/Larval Grounds
P Brickle, PC Schuchert, AI Arkhipkin, MR Reid, HS Randhawa
PLoS ONE 11 (1), e0145479, 2016
Genetic and phenotypic influences on clone‐level success and host specialization in a generalist parasite
AV Koehler, YP Springer, HS Randhawa, TLF Leung, DB Keeney, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (1), 66-79, 2012
First report of a gryporhynchid tapeworm (Cestoda: Cyclophyllidea) from New Zealand and from an eleotrid fish, described from metacestodes and in vitro-grown worms
B Presswell, R Poulin, HS Randhawa
Journal of helminthology 86 (4), 453, 2012
Gaining insights into the ecological role of the New Zealand sole (Peltorhamphus novaezeelandiae) through parasites.
T Anglade, H Randhawa
Journal of Helminthology 92, 187-196, 2018
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
Artículos 1–20