Thomas Breithaupt
Thomas Breithaupt
Senior Lecture in Zoology, University of Hull
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Urine makes the difference: chemical communication in fighting crayfish made visible
T Breithaupt, P Eger
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (9), 1221-1231, 2002
1942002
Tracking wakes: the nocturnal predatory strategy of piscivorous catfish
K Pohlmann, FW Grasso, T Breithaupt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (13), 7371-7374, 2001
1712001
The importance of the lateral line in nocturnal predation of piscivorous catfish
K Pohlmann, J Atema, T Breithaupt
Journal of Experimental Biology 207 (17), 2971-2978, 2004
1662004
The time course and frequency content of hydrodynamic events caused by moving fish, frogs, and crustaceans
H Bleckmann, T Breithaupt, R Blickhan, J Tautz
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 168 (6), 749-757, 1991
1601991
Chemical communication in crustaceans
T Breithaupt, M Thiel
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
1282010
Generation of a vortex chain in the wake of a Suhundulatory swimmer
R Blickhan, C Krick, D Zehren, W Nachtigall, T Breithaupt
Naturwissenschaften 79 (5), 220-221, 1992
1201992
The timing of chemical signaling with urine in dominance fights of male lobsters (Homarus americanus)
T Breithaupt, J Atema
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 49 (1), 67-78, 2000
952000
Fan organs of crayfish enhance chemical information flow
T Breithaupt
The Biological Bulletin 200 (2), 150-154, 2001
892001
Heart and ventilatory measures in crayfish during environmental disturbances and social interactions
H Schapker, T Breithaupt, Z Shuranova, Y Burmistrov, RL Cooper
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2002
752002
Urine release in freely moving catheterised lobsters (Homarus americanus) with reference to feeding and social activities
T Breithaupt, DP Lindstrom, J Atema
Journal of Experimental Biology 202 (7), 837-844, 1999
741999
The sensitivity of crayfish mechanoreceptors to hydrodynamic and acoustic stimuli
T Breithaupt, J Tautz
Frontiers in crustacean neurobiology, 114-120, 1990
701990
Chemical communication in crayfish
T Breithaupt
Chemical communication in crustaceans, 257-276, 2010
522010
Sensitivity of the mussel Mytilus edulis to substrate‑borne vibration in relation to anthropogenically generated noise
L Roberts, S Cheesman, T Breithaupt, M Elliott
Marine Ecology Progress Series 538, 185-195, 2015
502015
Hydrodynamic orientation of crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) to swimming fish prey
T Breithaupt, B Schmitz, J Tautz
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 177 (4), 481-491, 1995
491995
Sensitivity of Pagurus bernhardus (L.) to substrate-borne vibration and anthropogenic noise
L Roberts, S Cheesman, M Elliott, T Breithaupt
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 474, 185-194, 2016
482016
Evidence for the use of urine signals in agonistic interactions of the American lobster
T Breithaupt, J Atema
The Biological Bulletin 185 (2), 318-318, 1993
471993
To signal or not to signal? Chemical communication by urine-borne signals mirrors sexual conflict in crayfish
FC Berry, T Breithaupt
BMC biology 8 (1), 25, 2010
462010
Habitat use of the crayfish Austropotamobius torrentium in small brooks and in Lake Constance, Southern Germany
M Renz, T Breithaupt
Bulletin Français de la Pêche et de la Pisciculture, 139-154, 2000
432000
Environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding of pond water as a tool to survey conservation and management priority mammals
LR Harper, LL Handley, AI Carpenter, G Murray-Dickson, C Di Muri, ...
bioRxiv, 546218, 2019
392019
Chemical communication in crustaceans: research challenges for the twenty-first century
M Thiel, T Breithaupt
Chemical communication in crustaceans, 3-22, 2010
382010
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