Shaun S. Killen
Shaun S. Killen
Professor of Ecophysiology, IBAHCM, University of Glasgow
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What causes intraspecific variation in resting metabolic rate and what are its ecological consequences?
T Burton, SS Killen, JD Armstrong, NB Metcalfe
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1724), 3465-3473, 2011
The intraspecific scaling of metabolic rate with body mass in fishes depends on lifestyle and temperature
SS Killen, D Atkinson, DS Glazier
Ecology letters 13 (2), 184-193, 2010
Environmental stressors alter relationships between physiology and behaviour
SS Killen, S Marras, NB Metcalfe, DJ McKenzie, P Domenici
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28 (11), 651-658, 2013
Little left in the tank: metabolic scaling in marine teleosts and its implications for aerobic scope
SS Killen, I Costa, JA Brown, AK Gamperl
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1608), 431-438, 2007
Does individual variation in metabolic phenotype predict fish behaviour and performance?
NB Metcalfe, TE Van Leeuwen, SS Killen
Journal of fish biology 88 (1), 298-321, 2016
Fuel, fasting, fear: routine metabolic rate and food deprivation exert synergistic effects on risk‐taking in individual juvenile European sea bass
SS Killen, S Marras, DJ McKenzie
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (5), 1024-1033, 2011
The influence of environmental temperature and oxygen concentration on the recovery of largemouth bass from exercise: implications for live–release angling tournaments
CD Suski, SS Killen, JD Kieffer, BL Tufts
Journal of Fish Biology 68 (1), 120-136, 2006
A relationship between metabolic rate and risk‐taking behaviour is revealed during hypoxia in juvenile European sea bass
SS Killen, S Marras, MR Ryan, P Domenici, DJ McKenzie
Functional Ecology, 2012
Aerobic capacity influences the spatial position of individuals within fish schools
SS Killen, S Marras, JF Steffensen, DJ McKenzie
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2012
Fish swimming in schools save energy regardless of their spatial position
S Marras, SS Killen, J Lindström, DJ McKenzie, JF Steffensen, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 69 (2), 219-226, 2015
Physiological significance of the weigh-in during live-release angling tournaments for largemouth bass
CD Suski, SS Killen, SJ Cooke, JD Kieffer, DP Philipp, BL Tufts
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133 (6), 1291-1303, 2004
The evolutionary legacy of size‐selective harvesting extends from genes to populations
S Uusi‐Heikkilä, AR Whiteley, A Kuparinen, S Matsumura, PA Venturelli, ...
Evolutionary applications 8 (6), 597-620, 2015
Physiological changes in largemouth bass caused by live-release angling tournaments in southeastern Ontario
CD Suski, SS Killen, MB Morrissey, SG Lund, BL Tufts
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23 (3), 760-769, 2003
Ecological influences and morphological correlates of resting and maximal metabolic rates across teleost fish species
SS Killen, DS Glazier, EL Rezende, TD Clark, D Atkinson, AST Willener, ...
The American Naturalist 187 (5), 592-606, 2016
Aerobic scope predicts dominance during early life in a tropical damselfish
SS Killen, MD Mitchell, JL Rummer, DP Chivers, MCO Ferrari, ...
Functional Ecology 28 (6), 1367-1376, 2014
Oxygen-and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: blurring ecology and physiology
F Jutfelt, T Norin, R Ern, J Overgaard, T Wang, DJ McKenzie, S Lefevre, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (1), 2018
Context dependency of trait repeatability and its relevance for management and conservation of fish populations
SS Killen, B Adriaenssens, S Marras, G Claireaux, SJ Cooke
Conservation Physiology 4 (1), 2016
Growth trajectory influences temperature preference in fish through an effect on metabolic rate
SS Killen
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (6), 1513-1522, 2014
Behavioural and kinematic components of the fast-start escape response in fish: individual variation and temporal repeatability
S Marras, SS Killen, G Claireaux, P Domenici, DJ McKenzie
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (18), 3102-3110, 2011
The relationship of embryonic development, mortality, hatching success, and larval quality to normal or abnormal early embryonic cleavage in Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua
TS Avery, SS Killen, TR Hollinger
Aquaculture 289 (3-4), 265-273, 2009
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