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Richard F. Preziosi
Richard F. Preziosi
Professor and Head of School, University of Plymouth
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Abiotic and biotic environmental degradation of the bioplastic polymer poly (lactic acid): A review
M Karamanlioglu, R Preziosi, GD Robson
Polymer Degradation and stability 137, 122-130, 2017
4582017
Sexual selection and the evolution of allometry for sexual size dimorphism in the water strider, Aquarius remigis
DJ Fairbairn, RF Preziosi
The American Naturalist 144 (1), 101-118, 1994
2851994
Long-term thermal sensitivity of Earth’s tropical forests
MJP Sullivan, SL Lewis, K Affum-Baffoe, C Castilho, F Costa, AC Sanchez, ...
Science 368 (6493), 869-874, 2020
2422020
The spatial structure of the physical environment
G Bell, MJ Lechowicz, A Appenzeller, M Chandler, E DeBlois, L Jackson, ...
Oecologia 96, 114-121, 1993
2031993
Time and energy constraints and the evolution of sexual size dimorphism—to eat or to mate?
WU Blanckenhorn, RF Preziosi, DJ Fairbairn
Evolutionary Ecology 9, 369-381, 1995
2001995
Peer assessment of oral presentations: effects of student gender, university affiliation and participation in the development of assessment criteria
AM Langan*, CP Wheater, EM Shaw, BJ Haines, WR Cullen, JC Boyle, ...
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 30 (1), 21-34, 2005
1742005
Lifetime selection on adult body size and components of body size in a waterstrider: opposing selection and maintenance of sexual size dimorphism
RF Preziosi, DJ Fairbairn
Evolution 54 (2), 558-566, 2000
1552000
The estimation of the genetic correlation: the use of the jackknife
DA Roff, R Preziosi
Heredity 73 (5), 544-548, 1994
1451994
Nutritional benefits of cannibalism for the lady beetle Harmonia axyridis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) when prey quality is poor
WE Snyder, SB Joseph, RF Preziosi, AJ Moore
Environmental Entomology 29 (6), 1173-1179, 2000
1402000
SEXUAL SELECTION AND THE EVOLUTION OF SEXUAL SIZE DIMORPHISM IN THE WATER STRIDER, AQUARIUS REMIGIS
DJ Fairbairn, RF Preziosi
Evolution 50 (4), 1549-1559, 1996
1381996
Ex situ diet influences the bacterial community associated with the skin of red-eyed tree frogs (Agalychnis callidryas)
RE Antwis, RL Haworth, DJP Engelmoer, V Ogilvy, AL Fidgett, RF Preziosi
PloS one 9 (1), e85563, 2014
1322014
Relationships between student characteristics and self‐, peer and tutor evaluations of oral presentations
AM Langan, DM Shuker, WR Cullen, D Penney, RF Preziosi, CP Wheater
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 33 (2), 179-190, 2008
1192008
The evolution of interacting phenotypes: genetics and evolution of social dominance
AJ Moore, KF Haynes, RF Preziosi, PJ Moore
the american naturalist 160 (S6), S186-S197, 2002
1192002
Genotype-by-genotype interactions modified by a third species in a plant-insect system
C TÚtard-Jones, MA Kertesz, P Gallois, RF Preziosi
The American Naturalist 170 (3), 492-499, 2007
1122007
Body size and fecundity in the waterstrider Aquarius remigis: a test of Darwin's fecundity advantage hypothesis
RF Preziosi, DJ Fairbairn, DA Roff, JM Brennan
Oecologia 108, 424-431, 1996
1101996
Genetic population structure and levels of gene flow in the stream dwelling waterstrider, Aquarius (= Gerris) remigis (Hemiptera: Gerridae)
RF Preziosi, DJ Fairbairn
Evolution 46 (2), 430-444, 1992
1081992
Genetic variation in a tropical tree species influences the associated epiphytic plant and invertebrate communities in a complex forest ecosystem
SE Zytynska, MF Fay, D Penney, RF Preziosi
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366á…, 2011
982011
Sexual size dimorphism and selection in the wild in the waterstrider Aquarius remigis: Body size, components of body size and male mating success
RF Preziosi, DJ Fairbairn
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 9 (3), 317-336, 1996
981996
A brighter future for frogs? The influence of carotenoids on the health, development and reproductive success of the red‐eye tree frog
V Ogilvy, RF Preziosi, AL Fidgett
Animal Conservation 15 (5), 480-488, 2012
792012
Biophysical connectivity explains population genetic structure in a highly dispersive marine species
NK Truelove, AS Kough, DC Behringer, CB Paris, SJ Box, RF Preziosi, ...
Coral Reefs 36, 233-244, 2017
762017
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