Nicholas Ling
Nicholas Ling
Associate Professor of Biological Science
Dirección de correo verificada de waikato.ac.nz
Título
Citado por
Citado por
Año
Myostatin induces cachexia by activating the ubiquitin proteolytic system through an NF‐κB‐independent, FoxO1‐dependent mechanism
C McFarlane, E Plummer, M Thomas, A Hennebry, M Ashby, N Ling, ...
Journal of cellular physiology 209 (2), 501-514, 2006
4842006
Myostatin signals through Pax7 to regulate satellite cell self-renewal
C McFarlane, A Hennebry, M Thomas, E Plummer, N Ling, M Sharma, ...
Experimental cell research 314 (2), 317-329, 2008
1852008
Rotenoneôa review of its toxicity and use for fisheries management
N Ling
1722003
Prolonged absence of myostatin reduces sarcopenia
V Siriett, L Platt, MS Salerno, N Ling, R Kambadur, M Sharma
Journal of cellular physiology 209 (3), 866-873, 2006
1582006
Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater fish, 2009
R Allibone, B David, R Hitchmough, D Jellyman, N Ling, P Ravenscroft, ...
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 44 (4), 271-287, 2010
1232010
Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater fish, 2013
J Goodman, NR Dunn, PJ Ravenscroft, RM Allibone, J Boubee, BO David, ...
Publishing Team, Department of Conversation, 2014
952014
Relative sensitivities of common freshwater fish and invertebrates to acute hypoxia
MJ Landman, MR Van Den Heuvel, N Ling
Taylor & Francis Group 39 (5), 1061-1067, 2005
722005
Fluorescent probes of the orientation of myosin regulatory light chains in relaxed, rigor, and contracting muscle
N Ling, C Shrimpton, J Sleep, J Kendrick-Jones, M Irving
Biophysical journal 70 (4), 1836-1846, 1996
721996
Genetic variation, population structure and cryptic species within the black mudfish, Neochanna diversus, an endemic galaxiid from New Zealand
DM Gleeson, RLJ Howitt, N Ling
Molecular Ecology 8 (1), 47-57, 1999
711999
The origin and evolution of the surfactant system in fish: insights into the evolution of lungs and swim bladders
CB Daniels, S Orgeig, LC Sullivan, N Ling, MB Bennett, S Schürch, AL Val, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77 (5), 732-749, 2004
682004
Sensory integration in the hydrodynamic world of rainbow trout
JC Montgomery, F McDonald, CF Baker, AG Carton, N Ling
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
682003
The toxicity of emamectin benzoate, an aquaculture pesticide, to planktonic marine copepods
KJ Willis, N Ling
Aquaculture 221 (1-4), 289-297, 2003
672003
Orientation changes in myosin regulatory light chains following photorelease of ATP in skinned muscle fibers
TS Allen, N Ling, M Irving, YE Goldman
Biophysical journal 70 (4), 1847-1862, 1996
621996
Age composition, growth, and reproduction of koi carp (Cyprinus carpio) in the lower Waikato region, New Zealand
GATW Tempero, N Ling, BJ Hicks, MW Osborne
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 40 (4), 571-583, 2006
612006
Gambusia in New Zealand: Really bad or just misunderstood?
N Ling
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 38 (3), 473-480, 2004
482004
Creating and destroying species: the ‘new’biodiversity and evolutionarily significant units among New Zealand's galaxiid fishes
N Ling, DM Gleeson, KJ Willis, SU Binzegger
Journal of fish biology 59, 209-222, 2001
432001
Toxicity of the aquaculture pesticide cypermethrin to planktonic marine copepods
KJ Willis, N Ling
Aquaculture Research 35 (3), 263-270, 2004
392004
Evaluation of the introduction history and genetic diversity of a serially introduced fish population in New Zealand
KM Purcell, N Ling, CA Stockwell
Biological Invasions, 1-9, 2012
322012
Boat electrofishing survey of the lower Waikato River and its tributaries
BJ Hicks, N Ling, MW Osborne, DG Bell, CA Ring
University of Waikato, 2005
312005
Comparing plasma and faecal measures of steroid hormones in Adelie penguins Pygoscelis adeliae
CE Ninnes, JR Waas, N Ling, S Nakagawa, JC Banks, DG Bell, A Bright, ...
Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and …, 2010
302010
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
Artículos 1–20