Richard B. Emlet
Richard B. Emlet
Professor of Biology, University of Oregon
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Offspring size and performance in variable environments: field studies on a marine snail
AL Moran, RB Emlet
Ecology 82 (6), 1597-1612, 2001
Effects of egg size on postlarval performance: experimental evidence from a sea urchin
RB Emlet, O Hoegh‐Guldberg
Evolution 51 (1), 141-152, 1997
Structure, persistence, and role of consumers in a tropical rocky intertidal community (Taboguilla Island, Bay of Panama)
J Lubchenco, BA Menge, SD Garrity, PJ Lubchenco, LR Ashkenas, ...
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 78 (1-2), 23-73, 1984
Ontogenetic and diel vertical migration of a planktonic echinoid larva, Dendraster excentricus (Eschscholtz): occurrence, causes, and probable consequences
JT Pennington, RB Emlet
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 104 (1-3), 69-95, 1986
Facultative planktotrophy in the tropical echinoid Clypeaster rosaceus (Linnaeus) and a comparison with obligate planktotrophy in Clypeaster subdepressus (Gray)(Clypeasteroida …
RB Emlet
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 95 (2), 183-202, 1986
Developmental mode and species geographic range in regular sea urchins (Echinodermata: Echinoidea)
RB Emlet
Evolution 49 (3), 476-489, 1995
Offspring size effects mediate competitive interactions in a colonial marine invertebrate
DJ Marshall, CN Cook, RB Emlet
Ecology 87 (1), 214-225, 2006
The biogeography of marine invertebrate life histories
DJ Marshall, PJ Krug, EK Kupriyanova, M Byrne, RB Emlet
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 43 (97), 2012, 2012
Separating the effects of temperature and viscosity on swimming and water movement by sand dollar larvae (Dendraster excentricus)
RD Podolsky, RB Emlet
Journal of Experimental Biology 176 (1), 207-222, 1993
Influence of nearshore hydrodynamics on larval abundance and settlement of sea urchins Strongylocentrotus franciscanus and S. purpuratus in the Oregon upwelling zone
BA Miller, RB Emlet
Marine Ecology Progress Series 148, 83-94, 1997
Linking stages of life history: How larval quality translates into juvenile performance for an intertidal barnacle (Balanus glandula)
RB Emlet, SS Sadro
Integrative and comparative biology 46 (3), 334-346, 2006
Dispersal of deep-sea larvae from the intra-American seas: simulations of trajectories using ocean models
CM Young, R He, RB Emlet, Y Li, H Qian, SM Arellano, A Van Gaest, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 52 (4), 483-496, 2012
Metamorphosis of barnacle nauplii: effects of food variability and a comparison with amphibian models
BT Hentschel, RB Emlet
Ecology 81 (12), 3495-3508, 2000
Echinoderm calcite: a mechanical analysis from larval spicules
RB Emlet
The Biological Bulletin 163 (2), 264-275, 1982
Development of newly metamorphosed juvenile sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus franciscanus and S. purpuratus): morphology, the effects of temperature and …
BA Miller, RB Emlet
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 235 (1), 67-90, 1999
Delayed metamorphosis: effect on growth and survival of juvenile sand dollars (Echinoidea: Clypeasteroida)
RC Highsmith, RB Emlet
Bulletin of Marine Science 39 (2), 347-361, 1986
Functional constraints on the evolution of larval forms of marine invertebrates: experimental and comparative evidence
RB Emlet
American Zoologist 31 (4), 707-725, 1991
Larval spicules, cilia, and symmetry as remnants of indirect development in the direct developing sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma
RB Emlet
Developmental biology 167 (2), 405-415, 1995
Energy use during the development of a lecithotrophic and a planktotrophic echinoid
O Hoegh-Guldberg, RB Emlet
The Biological Bulletin 192 (1), 27-40, 1997
Macroevolutionary consequences of developmental mode in temnopleurid echinoids from the Tertiary of southern Australia
CH Jeffery, RB Emlet
Evolution 57 (5), 1031-1048, 2003
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