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Professor Kendall David Clements
Professor Kendall David Clements
School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
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The trophic status of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs. I: Dietary analyses.
JH Choat, KD Clements, W Robbins
Marine Biology 140 (3), 613-623, 2002
523*2002
Vertebrate herbivores in marine and terrestrial environments: a nutritional ecology perspective
JH Choat, KD Clements
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 375-403, 1998
2571998
The largest bacterium
ER Angert, KD Clements, NR Pace
Nature 362 (6417), 239-241, 1993
2551993
Specimen collection: An essential tool
LA Rocha, A Aleixo, G Allen, F Almeda, CC Baldwin, MVL Barclay, ...
Science 344 (6186), 814-815, 2014
2542014
The trophic status of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs. II. Food processing modes and trophodynamics.
JH Choat, WD Robbins, KD Clements
Marine Biology 145 (3), 445-454, 2004
2522004
Integrating ecological roles and trophic diversification on coral reefs: multiple lines of evidence identify parrotfishes as microphages
KD Clements, DP German, J Piché, A Tribollet, JH Choat
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120 (4), 729-751, 2017
2372017
Intestinal microbiota in fishes: what's known and what's not
KD Clements, ER Angert, WL Montgomery, JH Choat
Molecular ecology 23 (8), 1891-1898, 2014
2352014
Nutritional ecology of marine herbivorous fishes: ten years on
KD Clements, D Raubenheimer, JH Choat
Functional Ecology 23 (1), 79-92, 2009
2302009
Hindgut fermentation in three species of marine herbivorous fish
DO Mountfort, J Campbell, KD Clements
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (3), 1374-1380, 2002
1772002
Fermentation and gastrointestinal microorganisms in fishes
KD Clements
Gastrointestinal microbiology, 156-198, 1997
1771997
Extreme polyploidy in a large bacterium
JE Mendell, KD Clements, JH Choat, ER Angert
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (18), 6730-6734, 2008
1602008
Comparison of herbivory in the closely-related marine fish genera Girella and Kyphosus
KD Clements, JH Choat
Marine Biology 127 (4), 579-586, 1997
1521997
Detritus as food for grazing fishes on coral reefs
DJ Crossman, HJ Choat, KD Clements, T Hardy, J McConochie
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (7), 1596-1605, 2001
1452001
Local phylogenetic divergence and global evolutionary convergence of skull function in reef fishes of the family Labridae
MW Westneat, ME Alfaro, PC Wainwright, DR Bellwood, JR Grubich, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1567), 993-1000, 2005
1402005
Feeding and nutrition
KD Clements, D Raubenheimer
The physiology of fishes 47, 82, 2006
1392006
Patterns and processes in the evolutionary history of parrotfishes (Family Labridae)
JH Choat, OS Klanten, L Van Herwerden, DR Robertson, KD Clements
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 107 (3), 529-557, 2012
1372012
Nutritional ecology of nominally herbivorous fishes on coral reefs
DJ Crossman, JH Choat, KD Clements
Marine Ecology Progress Series 296, 129-142, 2005
1372005
Fermentation in tropical marine herbivorous fishes
KD Clements, JH Choat
Physiological Zoology 68 (3), 355-378, 1995
1351995
Influence of season, ontogeny and tide on the diet of the temperate marine herbivorous fish Odax pullus (Odacidae)
KD Clements, JH Choat
Marine Biology 117 (2), 213-220, 1993
1061993
Short-chain fatty acid metabolism in temperate marine herbivorous fish
KD Clements, VP Gleeson, M Slaytor
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 164 (5), 372-377, 1994
981994
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