Nedim Tüzün
Nedim Tüzün
Postdoc @IGB Berlin
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The heat is on: genetic adaptation to urbanization mediated by thermal tolerance and body size
KI Brans, M Jansen, J Vanoverbeke, N Tüzün, R Stoks, L De Meester
Global Change Biology 23, 5218–5227, 2017
Chemical composition, repellent and antimicrobial activity of Schinus molle L.
O Deveci, A Sukan, N Tuzun, EEH Kocabas
Journal of Medicinal Plants Research 4 (21), 2211-2216, 2010
Daily temperature variation and extreme high temperatures drive performance and biotic interactions in a warming world
R Stoks, J Verheyen, M Van Dievel, N Tüzün
Current Opinion in Insect Science 23, 35-42, 2017
Microgeographic differentiation in thermal performance curves between rural and urban populations of an aquatic insect
N Tüzün, L Op de Beeck, KI Brans, L Janssens, R Stoks
Evolutionary Applications 10, 1067–1075, 2017
Urbanisation shapes behavioural responses to a pesticide
N Tüzün, S Debecker, L Op de Beeck, R Stoks
Aquatic Toxicology 163, 81–88, 2015
Evolution of geographic variation in thermal performance curves in the face of climate change and implications for biotic interactions
N Tüzün, R Stoks
Current opinion in insect science 29, 78-84, 2018
Using natural laboratories to study evolution to global warming: contrasting altitudinal, latitudinal, and urbanization gradients
J Verheyen, N Tüzün, R Stoks
Current opinion in insect science 35, 10-19, 2019
Sexual selection reinforces a higher flight endurance in urban damselflies
N Tüzün, L Op de Beeck, R Stoks
Evolutionary Applications 10, 694–703, 2017
Pesticide-induced changes in personality depend on the urbanisation level
N Tüzün, S Müller, K Koch, R Stoks
Animal Behaviour 134, 45-55, 2017
Latitude‐associated evolution and drivers of thermal response curves in body stoichiometry
M Van Dievel, N Tüzün, R Stoks
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (12), 1961-1972, 2019
Pathways to fitness: carry‐over effects of late hatching and urbanisation on lifetime mating success
N Tüzün, R Stoks
Oikos, 2018
Lower bioenergetic costs but similar immune responsiveness under a heat wave in urban compared to rural damselflies
N Tüzün, R Stoks
Evolutionary applications 14 (1), 24-35, 2021
Testing the time-scale dependence of delayed interactions: A heat wave during the egg stage shapes how a pesticide interacts with a successive heat wave in the larval stage
L Janssens, N Tüzün, R Stoks
Environmental Pollution 230, 351-359, 2017
Thermal evolution ameliorates the long‐term plastic effects of warming, temperature fluctuations and heat waves on predator–prey interaction strength
YJ Wang, A Sentis, N Tüzün, R Stoks
Functional Ecology 35 (7), 1538-1549, 2021
Carry-over effects across metamorphosis of a pesticide on female lifetime fitness strongly depend on egg hatching phenology: a longitudinal study under seminatural conditions
N Tüzün, R Stoks
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (23), 13949-13956, 2017
Higher mean and fluctuating temperatures jointly determine the impact of the pesticide chlorpyrifos on the growth rate and leaf consumption of a freshwater isopod
C Theys, J Verheyen, N Tüzün, R Stoks
Chemosphere 273, 128528, 2021
Within-season variation in sexual selection on flight performance and flight-related traits in a damselfly
HA Gyulavári, N Tüzün, H Arambourou, L Therry, G Dévai, R Stoks
Evolutionary Ecology 31 (1), 21-36, 2017
Cryptic eco‐evolutionary feedback in the city: Urban evolution of prey dampens the effect of urban evolution of the predator
KI Brans, N Tüzün, A Sentis, L De Meester, R Stoks
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (3), 514-526, 2022
Support for the climatic variability hypothesis depends on the type of thermal plasticity: lessons from predation rates
YJ Wang, R Stoks, A Sentis, N Tüzün
Oikos 129 (7), 1040-1050, 2020
A fast pace-of-life is traded off against a high thermal performance
N Tüzün, R Stoks
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1972), 20212414, 2022
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