Jim Marden
Jim Marden
Professor of Biology, Penn State University
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Rapid transcriptome characterization for a nonmodel organism using 454 pyrosequencing
JC Vera, CW Wheat, HW Fescemyer, MJ Frilander, DL Crawford, I Hanski, ...
Molecular ecology 17 (7), 1636-1647, 2008
7572008
Maximum lift production during takeoff in flying animals
JH Marden
Journal of experimental Biology 130 (1), 235-258, 1987
4341987
Escalated damselfly territorial contests are energetic wars of attrition
JH Marden, JK Waage
Animal Behaviour 39 (5), 954-959, 1990
3581990
Unifying constructal theory for scale effects in running, swimming and flying
A Bejan, JH Marden
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (2), 238-248, 2006
2572006
Bodybuilding dragonflies: costs and benefits of maximizing flight muscle
JH Marden
Physiological Zoology 62 (2), 505-521, 1989
2481989
A candidate locus for variation in dispersal rate in a butterfly metapopulation
CR Haag, M Saastamoinen, JH Marden, I Hanski
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1580), 2449-2456, 2005
2302005
Variability in the size, composition, and function of insect flight muscles
JH Marden
Annual Review of Physiology 62 (1), 157-178, 2000
1792000
Conditional tradeoffs between aging and organismal performance of Indy long-lived mutant flies
JH Marden, B Rogina, KL Montooth, SL Helfand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (6), 3369-3373, 2003
1682003
On wars of attrition without assessment
M Mesterton-Gibbons, JH Marden, LA Dugatkin
Journal of theoretical Biology 181 (1), 65-83, 1996
1591996
Flight metabolic rate and Pgi genotype influence butterfly dispersal rate in the field
K Niitepõld, AD Smith, JL Osborne, DR Reynolds, NL Carreck, AP Martin, ...
Ecology 90 (8), 2223-2232, 2009
1562009
Assessment of energy reserves by damselflies engaged in aerial contests for mating territories
JH Marden, RA Rollins
Animal Behaviour 48 (5), 1023-1030, 1994
1531994
Aerial predation and butterfly design: how palatability, mimicry, and the need for evasive flight constrain mass allocation
JH Marden, P Chai
The American Naturalist 138 (1), 15-36, 1991
1491991
Patterns of mass gain and sexual dimorphism in adult dragonflies (Insecta: Odonata)
BR Anholt, JH Marden, DM Jenkins
Canadian Journal of Zoology 69 (5), 1156-1163, 1991
1291991
Surface-skimming stoneflies: a possible intermediate stage in insect flight evolution
JH Marden, MG Kramer
Science 266 (5184), 427-430, 1994
1091994
Remote perception of floral nectar by bumblebees
JH Marden
Oecologia 64 (2), 232-240, 1984
1091984
Mapping determinants of variation in energy metabolism, respiration and flight in Drosophila
KL Montooth, JH Marden, AG Clark
Genetics 165 (2), 623-635, 2003
1082003
From damselflies to pterosaurs: how burst and sustainable flight performance scale with size
JH Marden
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1994
1041994
Territorial and mating success of dragonflies that vary in muscle power output and presence of gregarine gut parasites
JH Marden, JR Cobb
Animal Behaviour 68 (4), 857-865, 2004
972004
Lethal and pre-lethal effects of a fungal biopesticide contribute to substantial and rapid control of malaria vectors
S Blanford, RC Wangpeng Shi, JH Marden, LL Koekemoer, BD Brooke, ...
PLoS one 6 (8), 2011
852011
A respiratory hemocyanin from an insect
S Hagner-Holler, A Schoen, W Erker, JH Marden, R Rupprecht, H Decker, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (3), 871-874, 2004
832004
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