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Cellulose synthesis and cell expansion are regulated by different mechanisms in growing Arabidopsis hypocotyls
A Ivakov, A Flis, F Apelt, M Fünfgeld, U Scherer, M Stitt, F Kragler, ...
The Plant Cell 29 (6), 1305-1315, 2017
772017
Different or alike? Female rainbow kribs choose males of similar consistency and dissimilar level of boldness
U Scherer, M Kuhnhardt, W Schuett
Animal Behaviour 128, 117-124, 2017
322017
Predictability is attractive: female preference for behaviourally consistent males but no preference for the level of male aggression in a bi-parental cichlid
U Scherer, M Kuhnhardt, W Schuett
Plos one 13 (4), e0195766, 2018
202018
Lateralisation in agonistic encounters: do mirror tests reflect aggressive behaviour? A study on a West African cichlid
U Scherer, M Buck, W Schuett
Journal of Fish Biology 89 (3), 1866-1872, 2016
202016
Validation of 2D‐animated pictures as an investigative tool in the behavioural sciences: A case study with a West African cichlid fish, Pelvicachromis pulcher
U Scherer, JGJ Godin, W Schuett
Ethology 123 (8), 560-570, 2017
152017
Developmental feedbacks and the emergence of individuality
SM Ehlman, U Scherer, M Wolf
Royal Society Open Science 9 (11), 221189, 2022
92022
Do female rainbow kribs choose males on the basis of their apparent aggression and boldness? A non-correlational mate choice study
U Scherer, JGJ Godin, W Schuett
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74, 1-15, 2020
82020
Artificial Visible Implant Elastomer (VIE) tags of different colour and symmetry do not influence mate choice in a cichlid
W Schuett, TF Nava, N Rahmlow, U Scherer
Behaviour 154 (4), 387-402, 2017
82017
No male mate choice for female boldness in a bi-parental West African cichlid, the rainbow krib (Pelvicachromis pulcher)
U Scherer, W Schuett
PeerJ 6, e5373, 2018
62018
Male size, not female preferences influence female reproductive success in a poeciliid fish (Poecilia latipinna): a combined behavioural/genetic approach
U Scherer, R Tiedemann, I Schlupp
BMC Research Notes 11 (1), 1-5, 2018
52018
Leveraging big data to uncover the eco-evolutionary factors shaping behavioural development
SM Ehlman, U Scherer, D Bierbach, FA Francisco, KL Laskowski, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290 (1992), 20222115, 2023
32023
Reproductive individuality of clonal fish raised in near-identical environments and its link to early-life behavioral individuality
U Scherer, SM Ehlman, D Bierbach, J Krause, M Wolf
Nature Communications 14 (1), 7652, 2023
12023
Impact of genetic relatedness on reproductive behavior in Pelvicachromis pulcher, a biparental cichlid fish with mutual mate choice and ornamentation
L Gussone, A Hüllen, S Vitt, U Scherer, T Thünken
The Science of Nature 110 (3), 17, 2023
12023
Reproductive individuality of clonal fish raised in identical environments and its link to early-life behavioural individuality
U Scherer, S Ehlman, D Bierbach, J Krause, M Wolf
bioRxiv, 2023.04. 05.535730, 2023
12023
Does sexual selection favour consistent behavioural differences in bi-parental cichlids?
U Scherer
Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 2019
12019
Developmental arcs of plasticity in whole movement repertoires of a clonal fish
SM Ehlman, U Scherer, D Bierbach, L Stärk, M Beese, M Wolf
bioRxiv, 2023.12. 07.570540, 2023
2023
Perceived predation risk affects the development of among-individual behavioral variation in a naturally clonal freshwater fish
U Scherer, K Laskowski, MM Kressler, SM Ehlman, M Wolf, DM Bierbach
bioRxiv, 2023.11. 25.568653, 2023
2023
Male boldness and female parental care predict reproductive success in a bi-parental cichlid, the rainbow krib (Pelvicachromis pulcher)
U Scherer, P Niemela, W Schuett
bioRxiv, 2023.11. 23.568478, 2023
2023
Personality differences, parental care behaviour and reproductive success in the bi-parental rainbow krib (Pelvicachromis pulcher)
U Scherer, W Schuett
Does sexual selection favour consistent behavioural differences in bi …, 2019
2019
Cellulose Synthesis and Cell Expansion Are Regulated by Different Mechanisms in Growing Arabidopsis HypocotylsOPEN
A Ivakov, A Flis, F Apelt, M Fünfgeld, U Scherer, M Stitt, F Kragler, ...
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