Dr. Jan Werner – Publikationen


Dr. Jan Werner



Griebeler, E. M. & Werner, J. (2016): Mass, phylogeny and temperature are sufficient to explain differences in metabolic scaling across mammalian orders? - Ecology and Evolution: DOI 10.1002/ece3.2555

Werner J. & E.M. Griebeler (2014): Allometries of maximum growth rate versus body mass at maximum growth indicate that non-avian dinosaurs had growth rates typical of fast growing ectothermic sauropsids. - PLOS ONE: Volume 9 / Issue 2 / e88834.

Stein K. W. H. & J. Werner (2013): Preliminary analysis of osteocyte lacunar density in long bones of tetrapods: all measures are bigger in sauropod dinosaurs. - PLOS ONE: doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0077109.

Werner J. & E. M. Griebeler (2013): New insights into non-avian dinosaur reproduction and their evolutionary and ecological implications: linking fossil evidence to allometries of extant close relatives. - PLOS ONE: doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0072862.

Müller D. W. H., Codron D., Werner J., Fritz J., Hummel J., Griebeler E. M. & M. Clauss (2012): Dichotomy of eutherian reproduction and metabolism. - Oikos 121:102-115, DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2011.19505.x

Werner J. & E. M. Griebeler (2012): Reproductive investment in moa: a K-selected life-history strategy? - Evol. Ecol., DOI 10.1007/s10682-011-9552-0.

Griebeler E. M. & J. Werner (2011): The life-cycle of sauropod dinosaurs. - in: Biology of the Sauropod Dinosaurs: Understanding the life of giants. Seiten 263-275 (Hrsg. N. Klein, K. Remes, C. Gee, M. Sander). Life of the Past (Hrsg. J. Farlow) Indiana University Press.

Werner J. & E. M. Griebeler (2011): Reproductive Biology and Its Impact on Body Size: Comparative Analysis of Mammalian, Avian and Dinosaurian Reproduction. - PLoS ONE 6(12): e28442. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028442.