Sebastian Büsse
Sebastian Büsse
Functional Morphology and Biomechanics, Kiel University
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Material composition of the mouthpart cuticle in a damselfly larva (Insecta: Odonata) and its biomechanical significance
S Büsse, SN Gorb
Royal Society Open Science 5 (6), 172117, 2018
For consistency's sake: the precise use of larva, nymph and naiad within Insecta
SM Bybee, Q Hansen, S Buesse, HM CAHILL WIGHTMAN, MA Branham
Systematic Entomology 40 (4), 667-670, 2015
Holding tight to feathers – structural specializations and attachment properties of the avian ectoparasite Crataerina pallida (Diptera, Hippoboscidae)
DS Petersen, N Kreuter, L Heepe, S Büsse, AHJ Wellbrock, K Witte, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (13), jeb179242, 2018
The spinning apparatus of webspinners–functional-morphology, morphometrics and spinning behaviour
S Büsse, T Hörnschemeyer, K Hohu, D McMillan, JS Edgerly
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-9, 2015
Homologization of the flight musculature of Zygoptera (Insecta: Odonata) and Neoptera (Insecta)
S Büsse, C Genet, T Hörnschemeyer
PloS one 8 (2), e55787, 2013
The thorax musculature of Anisoptera (Insecta: Odonata) nymphs and its evolutionary relevance
S Büsse, T Hörnschemeyer
BMC evolutionary biology 13 (1), 1-13, 2013
The head of Heterogyrus milloti (Coleoptera: Gyrinidae) and its phylogenetic implications
RG Beutel, E Yan, A Richter, S Büsse, KB Miller, M Yavorskaya, B Wipfler
Arthr. Syst. Phylog 75, 261-280, 2017
The thorax morphology of Epiophlebia (Insecta: Odonata) nymphs–including remarks on ontogenesis and evolution
S Büsse, B Helmker, T Hörnschemeyer
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-14, 2015
Coding characters from different life stages for phylogenetic reconstruction: a case study on dragonfly adults and larvae, including a description of the larval head anatomy of …
A Blanke, S Büsse, R Machida
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 174 (4), 718-732, 2015
The head morphology of Pyrrhosoma nymphula larvae (Odonata: Zygoptera) focusing on functional aspects of the mouthparts
S Büsse, T Hörnschemeyer, SN Gorb
Frontiers in zoology 14 (1), 1-13, 2017
Comparative morphology of the thorax musculature of adult Anisoptera (Insecta: Odonata): Functional aspects of the flight apparatus
F Bäumler, SN Gorb, S Büsse
Arthropod structure & development 47 (4), 430-441, 2018
Spinning behaviour and morphology of the spinning glands in male and female Aposthonia ceylonica (Enderlein, 1912)(Embioptera: Oligotomidae)
JS Edgerly, S Büsse, T Hörnschemeyer
Zoologischer Anzeiger-A Journal of Comparative Zoology 251 (4), 297-306, 2012
The legs of “spider associated” parasitic primary larvae of Mantispa aphavexelte (Mantispidae, Neuroptera)–Attachment devices and phylogenetic implications
K Jandausch, RG Beutel, H Pohl, SN Gorb, S Büsse
Arthropod structure & development 47 (5), 449-456, 2018
Phylogeographic analysis elucidates the influence of the ice ages on the disjunct distribution of relict dragonflies in Asia
S Büsse, P von Grumbkow, S Hummel, DN Shah, RD Tachamo Shah, J Li, ...
Plos One 7 (5), e38132, 2012
Pressure-induced silk spinning mechanism in webspinners (Insecta: Embioptera)
S Büsse, TH Büscher, ET Kelly, L Heepe, JS Edgerly, SN Gorb
Soft Matter 15 (47), 9742-9750, 2019
A controllable dual-catapult system inspired by the biomechanics of the dragonfly larvae’s predatory strike
S Büsse, A Koehnsen, H Rajabi, SN Gorb
Science Robotics 6 (50), eabc8170, 2021
On the thoracic anatomy of the Madagascan Heterogyrus milloti and the phylogeny of Gyrinidae (Coleoptera)
RG Beutel, E Yan, M Yavorskaya, S Büsse, SN Gorb, B Wipfler
Systematic Entomology 44 (2), 336-360, 2019
Measurement error in μ CT‐based three‐dimensional geometric morphometrics introduced by surface generation and landmark data acquisition
K Engelkes, J Helfsgott, JU Hammel, S Büsse, T Kleinteich, A Beerlink, ...
Journal of Anatomy 235 (2), 357-378, 2019
Resilin in the flight apparatus of Odonata (Insecta)—cap tendons and their biomechanical importance for flight
F Bäumler, S Büsse
Biology letters 15 (5), 20190127, 2019
Three-dimensional reconstruction on cell level: case study elucidates the ultrastructure of the spinning apparatus of Embia sp. (Insecta: Embioptera)
S Büsse, T Hörnschemeyer, C Fischer
Royal Society open science 3 (10), 160563, 2016
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