Marcus Clauss
Marcus Clauss
Professor for Comparative Digestive Physiology
Подтвержден адрес электронной почты в домене
Biology of the sauropod dinosaurs: the evolution of gigantism
PM Sander, A Christian, M Clauss, R Fechner, CT Gee, EM Griebeler, ...
Biological Reviews 86 (1), 117-155, 2011
The maximum attainable body size of herbivorous mammals: morphophysiological constraints on foregut, and adaptations of hindgut fermenters
M Clauss, R Frey, B Kiefer, M Lechner-Doll, W Loehlein, C Polster, ...
Oecologia 136 (1), 14-27, 2003
Seasonal faecal excretion, gut fill, liquid and particle marker retention in mouflonOvis ammon musimon, and a comparison with roe deerCapreolus capreolus
A Behrend, M Lechner-Doll, WJ Streich, M Clauss
Acta theriologica 49 (4), 503-515, 2004
A case of non-scaling in mammalian physiology? Body size, digestive capacity, food intake, and ingesta passage in mammalian herbivores
M Clauss, A Schwarm, S Ortmann, WJ Streich, J Hummel
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology-Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2007
The morphophysiological adaptations of browsing and grazing mammals
M Clauss, T Kaiser, J Hummel
The ecology of browsing and grazing, 47-88, 2008
Evolutionary adaptations of ruminants and their potential relevance for modern production systems
M Clauss, ID Hume, J Hummel
Animal 4 (7), 979-992, 2010
Assessing the Jarman–Bell principle: scaling of intake, digestibility, retention time and gut fill with body mass in mammalian herbivores
DWH Müller, D Codron, C Meloro, A Munn, A Schwarm, J Hummel, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2013
Hypsodonty and tooth facet development in relation to diet and habitat in herbivorous ungulates: implications for understanding tooth wear
TM Kaiser, DWH Müller, M Fortelius, E Schulz, D Codron, M Clauss
Mammal Review 43 (1), 34-46, 2013
Ruminant diversification as an adaptation to the physicomechanical characteristics of forage. A reevaluation of an old debate and a new hypothesis
M Clauss, M Lechner‐Doll, WJ Streich
Oikos 102 (2), 253-262, 2003
Comparative chewing efficiency in mammalian herbivores
J Fritz, J Hummel, E Kienzle, C Arnold, C Nunn, M Clauss
Oikos 118 (11), 1623-1632, 2009
Forage fermentation patterns and their implications for herbivore ingesta retention times
J Hummel, KH SÜDEKUM, WJ Streich, M Clauss
Functional Ecology 20 (6), 989-1002, 2006
Dietary Abrasiveness Is Associated with Variability of Microwear and Dental Surface Texture in Rabbits
E Schulz, V Piotrowski, M Clauss, M Mau, G Merceron, TM Kaiser
PloS one 8 (2), e56167, 2013
Herbivory and body size: allometries of diet quality and gastrointestinal physiology, and implications for herbivore ecology and dinosaur gigantism
M Clauss, P Steuer, DWH Müller, D Codron, J Hummel
PLOS ONE 8 (10), e68714, 2013
Noninvasive monitoring of adrenocortical activity in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) by measurement of fecal cortisol metabolites
M Dehnhard, M Clauss, M Lechner-Doll, HHD Meyer, R Palme
General and comparative endocrinology 123 (1), 111-120, 2001
Differences in selective reticulo-ruminal particle retention as a key factor in ruminant diversification
M Clauss, M Lechner-Doll
Oecologia 129 (3), 321-327, 2001
The digestive performance of mammalian herbivores: why big may not be that much better
M Clauss, J Hummel
Mammal Review 35 (2), 174-187, 2005
Faecal particle size distribution in captive wild ruminants: an approach to the browser/grazer dichotomy from the other end
M Clauss, M Lechner-Doll, JW Streich
Oecologia 131 (3), 343-349, 2002
Sauropod gigantism
PM Sander, M Clauss
Science 322 (5899), 200-201, 2008
Evidence for a tradeoff between retention time and chewing efficiency in large mammalian herbivores
M Clauss, C Nunn, J Fritz, J Hummel
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2009
The relationship of food intake and ingesta passage predicts feeding ecology in two different megaherbivore groups
M Clauss, W Jürgen Streich, A Schwarm, S Ortmann, J Hummel
Oikos 116 (2), 209-216, 2007
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