Brian Wisenden
Brian Wisenden
Biosciences Department, Minnesota State University Moorhead
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Chemical ecology of predator–prey interactions in aquatic ecosystems: a review and prospectus
MCO Ferrari, BD Wisenden, DP Chivers
Canadian Journal of Zoology 88 (7), 698-724, 2010
Olfactory assessment of predation risk in the aquatic environment
BD Wisenden
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2000
Damselfly larvae learn to recognize predators from chemical cues in the predator's diet
DP Chivers, BD Wisenden, RJF Smith
Animal Behaviour 52 (2), 315-320, 1996
Epidermal ‘alarm substance’cells of fishes maintained by non-alarm functions: possible defence against pathogens, parasites and UVB radiation
DP Chivers, BD Wisenden, CJ Hindman, TA Michalak, RC Kusch, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: biological sciences 274 (1625), 2611-2619, 2007
Alloparental care in fishes
BD Wisenden
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries 9 (1), 45-70, 1999
Learned recognition of predation risk by Enallagma damselfly larvae (Odonata, Zygoptera) on the basis of chemical cues
BD Wisenden, DP Chivers, RJF Smith
Journal of chemical Ecology 23 (1), 137-151, 1997
Reproductive behaviour of free-ranging convict cichlids, Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum
BD Wisenden
Environmental Biology of Fishes 43 (2), 121-134, 1995
Aquatic flatworms use chemical cues from injured conspecifics to assess predation risk and to associate risk with novel cues
BD Wisenden, MC Millard
Animal Behaviour 62 (4), 761-766, 2001
Chemically mediated strategies to counter predation
BD Wisenden
Sensory processing in aquatic environments, 236-251, 2003
Survival Benefit to Antipredator Behavior in the Amphipod Gammarus minus (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in Response to Injury‐released Chemical Cues from …
BD Wisenden, A Cline, TC Sparkes
Ethology 105 (5), 407-414, 1999
Reactions of Gammarus lacustris to chemical stimuli from natural predators and injured conspecifics
K Wudkevich, BD Wisenden, DP Chivers, RJF Smith
Journal of Chemical Ecology 23 (4), 1163-1173, 1997
Early warning in the predation sequence: a disturbance pheromone in Iowa darters (Etheostoma exile)
BD Wisenden, DP Chivers, RJF Smith
Journal of Chemical Ecology 21 (10), 1469-1480, 1995
Is there a fish alarm cue? Affirming evidence from a wild study
BD Wisenden, KA Vollbrecht, JL Brown
Animal Behaviour 67 (1), 59-67, 2004
The role of experience in risk assessment: avoidance of areas chemically labelled with fathead minnow alarm pheromone by conspecifics and heterospecifics
BD Wisenden, DP Chivers, GE Brown, RJF Smith
Ecoscience 2 (2), 116-122, 1995
The role of public chemical information in antipredator behaviour
BD Wisenden, DP Chivers
Communication in fishes 1, 259-278, 2006
Factors affecting mate desertion by males in free-ranging convict cichlids (Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum)
BD Wisenden
Behavioral Ecology 5 (4), 439-447, 1994
Factors affecting reproductive success in free-ranging convict cichlids (Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum)
BD Wisenden
Canadian Journal of Zoology 72 (12), 2177-2185, 1994
Intraspecific brood adoption in convict cichlids: a mutual benefit
BD Wisenden, MHA Keenleyside
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 31 (4), 263-269, 1992
The role of experience in the response of fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) to skin extract of Iowa darters (Etheostoma exile)
DP Chivers, BD Wisenden, RJF Smith
Behaviour, 665-674, 1995
Courtship and mate choice in fishes: integrating behavioral and sensory ecology
RC Sargent, VN Rush, BD Wisenden, HY Yan
American Zoologist 38 (1), 82-96, 1998
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