Javier Perez-Barberia
Javier Perez-Barberia
Biodiversity Research Institute IMIB (CSIC-University of Oviedo-Principado de Asturias) Spain
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Evidence for coevolution of sociality and relative brain size in three orders of mammals
FJ Pérez-Barbería, S Shultz, RIM Dunbar
Evolution 61 (12), 2811-2821, 2007
Landscape features affect gene flow of Scottish Highland red deer (Cervus elaphus)
S Pérez‐Espona, FJ Pérez‐Barbería, JE McLeod, CD Jiggins, IJ Gordon, ...
Molecular Ecology 17 (4), 981-996, 2008
The origins of sexual dimorphism in body size in ungulates
FJ Pérez‐Barbería, IJ Gordon, M Pagel
Evolution 56 (6), 1276-1285, 2002
Factors affecting food comminution during chewing in ruminants: a review
FJ Pérez-Barbería, IJ Gordon
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 63 (2), 233-256, 1998
The effect of season, sex and feeding style on home range area versus body mass scaling in temperate ruminants
A Mysterud, FJ Pérez-Barbería, IJ Gordon
Oecologia 127, 30-39, 2001
The functional relationship between feeding type and jaw and cranial morphology in ungulates
FJ Pérez-Barbería, IJ Gordon
Oecologia 118, 157-165, 1999
Relationships between oral morphology and feeding style in the Ungulata: a phylogenetically controlled evaluation
FJ Pérez–Barbería, IJ Gordon
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
The evolution of phylogenetic differences in the efficiency of digestion in ruminants
FJ Pérez–Barbería, DA Elston, IJ Gordon, AW Illius
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Gregariousness increases brain size in ungulates
FJ Pérez-Barbería, IJ Gordon
Oecologia 145, 41-52, 2005
The influence of molar occlusal surface area on the voluntary intake, digestion, chewing behaviour and diet selection of red deer (Cervus elaphus)
FJ Pérez-Barbería, IJ Gordon
Journal of Zoology 245 (3), 307-316, 1998
Evolutionary transitions among feeding styles and habitats in ungulates
FJ Pérez-Barbería, IJ Gordon, C Nores
Evolutionary Ecology Research 3 (2), 221-230, 2001
Voluntary intake and digestibility in horses: effect of forage quality with emphasis on individual variability
N Edouard, G Fleurance, W Martin-Rosset, P Duncan, JP Dulphy, ...
Animal 2 (10), 1526-1533, 2008
The Enhanced Vegetation Index (EVI) as a proxy for diet quality and composition in a mountain ungulate
M Villamuelas, N Fernández, E Albanell, A Gálvez-Cerón, J Bartolomé, ...
Ecological Indicators 61, 658-666, 2016
Antlers-evolution, development, structure, composition, and biomechanics of an outstanding type of bone
T Landete-Castillejos, H Kierdorf, S Gomez, S Luna, AJ García, J Cappelli, ...
Bone 128, 115046, 2019
Body size dimorphism and sexual segregation in polygynous ungulates: an experimental test with Soay sheep
FJ Perez-Barberia, IJ Gordon
Oecologia 120, 258-267, 1999
Differences in body mass and oral morphology between the sexes in the Artiodactyla: evolutionary relationships with sexual segregation
FJ Pérez-Barbería, IJ Gordon
Evolutionary Ecology Research 2 (5), 667-684, 2000
Phylogenetic analysis of stomach adaptation in digestive strategies in African ruminants
JF Pérez-Barbería, IJ Gordon, AW Illius
Oecologia 129, 498-508, 2001
Are social factors sufficient to explain sexual segregation in ungulates?
FJ Pérez-Barbería, E Robertson, IJ Gordon
Animal Behaviour 69 (4), 827-834, 2005
Does the activity budget hypothesis explain sexual segregation in ungulates?
JM Yearsley, FJ Pérez-Barbería
Animal Behaviour 69 (2), 257-267, 2005
Long-term density-dependent changes in habitat selection in red deer (Cervus elaphus)
FJ Pérez-Barbería, RJ Hooper, IJ Gordon
Oecologia 173, 837-847, 2013
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