John Fleng Steffensen
John Fleng Steffensen
Professor, Univer. of Copenhagen, Dept. of Biology, Marine Biology
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Some errors in respirometry of aquatic breathers: how to avoid and correct for them
JF Steffensen
Fish Physiol Biochem 6 (1), 49-59, 1989
The determination of standard metabolic rate in fishes
D Chabot, JF Steffensen, AP Farrell
Journal of Fish Biology 88 (1), 81-121, 2016
Effects of temperature, hypoxia and activity on the metabolism of juvenile Atlantic cod
H Schurmann, JF Steffensen
Journal of fish biology 50 (6), 1166-1180, 1997
Eye lens radiocarbon reveals centuries of longevity in the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus)
J Nielsen, RB Hedeholm, J Heinemeier, PG Bushnell, JS Christiansen, ...
Science 353 (6300), 702-704, 2016
Design and setup of intermittent‐flow respirometry system for aquatic organisms
MBS Svendsen, PG Bushnell, JF Steffensen
Journal of fish biology 88 (1), 26-50, 2016
Energy savings in sea bass swimming in a school: measurements of tail beat frequency and oxygen consumption at different swimming speeds
J Herskin, JF Steffensen
Journal of Fish Biology 53 (2), 366-376, 1998
Fish swimming in schools save energy regardless of their spatial position
S Marras, SS Killen, J Lindström, DJ McKenzie, JF Steffensen, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 69, 219-226, 2015
The response of Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, to progressive hypoxia: fish swimming speed and physiological stress
NA Herbert, JF Steffensen
Marine Biology 147 (6), 1403-1412, 2005
Aerobic capacity influences the spatial position of individuals within fish schools
SS Killen, S Marras, JF Steffensen, DJ McKenzie
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1727), 357-364, 2012
Energetics of median and paired fin swimming, body and caudal fin swimming, and gait transition in parrotfish (Scarus schlegeli) and triggerfish (Rhinecanthus aculeatus)
KE Korsmeyer, JF Steffensen, J Herskin
Journal of experimental biology 205 (9), 1253-1263, 2002
An automated swimming respirometer
JF Steffensen, K Johansen, PG Bushnell
Comparative biochemistry and physiology--Part A: Physiology 79 (3), 437-440, 1984
Oxygen consumption in four species of teleosts from Greenland: no evidence of metabolic cold adaptation
JF Steffensen, PG Bushnell, H Schurmann
Polar Biology 14, 49-54, 1994
Intra‐school positional preference and reduced tail beat frequency in trailing positions in schooling roach under experimental conditions
JC Svendsen, J Skov, M Bildsoe, JF Steffensen
Journal of fish biology 62 (4), 834-846, 2003
Effects of exercise training and coronary ablation on swimming performance, heart size, and cardiac enzymes in rainbow trout, Onchorhynchus mykiss
AP Farrell, JA Johansen, JF Steffensen, CD Moyes, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 68 (11741), 179, 1990
Spontaneous Swimming Activity of Atlantic Cod Gadus Morhua Exposed to Graded Hypoxia at Three Temperatures
H Schurmann, JF Steffensen
Journal of Experimental Biology 197 (1), 129-142, 1994
Lethal oxygen levels at different temperatures and the preferred temperature during hypoxia of the Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L
H Schurmann, JF Steffensen
Journal of Fish Biology 41 (6), 927-934, 1992
Oxygen Consumption and Swimming Performance in Hypoxia-Acclimated Rainbow Trout Salmo Gairdneri
PG Bushnell, JF Steffensen, K Johansen
Journal of Experimental Biology 113 (1), 225-235, 1984
Effects of ration size and hypoxia on specific dynamic action in the cod
AD Jordan, JF Steffensen
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80 (2), 178-185, 2007
Preferred temperature of juvenile Atlantic cod Gadus morhua with different haemoglobin genotypes at normoxia and moderate hypoxia
MF Petersen, JF Steffensen
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (2), 359-364, 2003
The Cost of Hovering and Forward Flight in a Nectar-Feeding Bat, Glossophaga Soricina, Estimated From Aerodynamic Theory
UM Norberg, TH Kunz, JF Steffensen, Y Winter, OV Helversen
Journal of experimental biology 182 (1), 207-227, 1993
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