Prof Phil Taylor
Prof Phil Taylor
Applied BioSciences, Macquare University
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Lifespan and reproduction in Drosophila: new insights from nutritional geometry
KP Lee, SJ Simpson, FJ Clissold, R Brooks, JWO Ballard, PW Taylor, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (7), 2498, 2008
The mismeasure of animal contests
PW Taylor, RW Elwood
Animal Behaviour 65 (6), 1195-1202, 2003
The ecology of Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae): what do we know to assist pest management?
AR Clarke, KS Powell, CW Weldon, PW Taylor
Annals of Applied Biology 158 (1), 26-54, 2011
Nutrients, not caloric restriction, extend lifespan in Queensland fruit flies (Bactrocera tryoni)
BG Fanson, CW Weldon, D Pérez‐Staples, SJ Simpson, PW Taylor
Aging cell 8 (5), 514-523, 2009
Postcopulatory sexual selection in Mediterranean fruit flies: advantages for large and protein-fed males
PW Taylor, B Yuval
Animal Behaviour 58 (2), 247-254, 1999
Post‐teneral protein feeding enhances sexual performance of Queensland fruit flies
D PEREZ‐STAPLES, V Prabhu, PW Taylor
Physiological Entomology 32 (3), 225-232, 2007
Diet and size influence sexual advertisement and copulatory success of males in Mediterranean fruit fly leks
R Kaspi, PW Taylor, B Yuval
Ecological Entomology 25 (3), 279-284, 2000
Multimodal communication and mate choice in wolf spiders: female response to multimodal versus unimodal signals
GW Uetz, JA Roberts, PW Taylor
Animal Behaviour 78 (2), 299-305, 2009
Consequences of complex signaling: predator detection of multimodal cues
JA Roberts, PW Taylor, GW Uetz
Behavioral Ecology 18 (1), 236-240, 2007
Protein: carbohydrate ratios explain life span patterns found in Queensland fruit fly on diets varying in yeast: sugar ratios
BG Fanson, PW Taylor
Age 34, 1361-1368, 2012
Effects of post-teneral nutrition on reproductive success of male Mediterranean fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae)
B Yuval, R Kaspi, SA Field, S Blay, P Taylor
Florida Entomologist 85 (1), 165-170, 2002
Breakfast of champions or kiss of death? Survival and sexual performance of protein-fed, sterile Mediterranean fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae)
B Yuval, M Maor, K Levy, R Kaspi, P Taylor, T Shelly
Florida Entomologist 90 (1), 115-122, 2007
Potential for pre‐release diet supplements to increase the sexual performance and longevity of male Queensland fruit flies
D Perez‐Staples, AMT Harmer, SR Collins, PW Taylor
Agricultural and forest entomology 10 (3), 255-262, 2008
Self-assessment by males during energetically costly contests over precopula females in amphipods
J Prenter, RW Elwood, PW Taylor
Animal Behaviour 72 (4), 861-868, 2006
Effects of irradiation dose rate on quality and sterility of Queensland fruit flies, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt)
SR Collins, CW Weldon, C Banos, PW Taylor
Journal of Applied Entomology 132 (5), 398-405, 2008
Initiation and resolution of jumping spider contests: roles for size, proximity, and early detection of rivals
PW Taylor, O Hasson, DL Clark
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 50, 403-413, 2001
Seminal fluids mediate sexual inhibition and short copula duration in mated female Queensland fruit flies
P Radhakrishnan, PW Taylor
Journal of Insect Physiology 53 (7), 741-745, 2007
Remating inhibition in female Queensland fruit flies: effects and correlates of sperm storage
AMT Harmer, P Radhakrishnan, PW Taylor
Journal of Insect Physiology 52 (2), 179-186, 2006
Body postures and patterns as amplifiers of physical condition
PW Taylor, O Hasson, DL Clark
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
Protein: carbohydrate ratios promoting sexual activity and longevity of male Queensland fruit flies
V Prabhu, D Perez‐Staples, PW Taylor
Journal of Applied Entomology 132 (7), 575-582, 2008
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