Robby Stoks
Robby Stoks
Full professor Ecology and Evolution, KU Leuven
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Host–parasite ‘Red Queen’dynamics archived in pond sediment
E Decaestecker, S Gaba, JAM Raeymaekers, R Stoks, L Van Kerckhoven, ...
Nature 450 (7171), 870-873, 2007
Ponds and pools as model systems in conservation biology, ecology and evolutionary biology
L De Meester, S Declerck, R Stoks, G Louette, F Van De Meutter, T De Bie, ...
Aquatic conservation: Marine and freshwater ecosystems 15 (6), 715-725, 2005
Evolutionary ecology of Odonata: a complex life cycle perspective
R Stoks, A Cordoba-Aguilar
Annual review of entomology 57, 249-265, 2012
Towards a unified study of multiple stressors: divisions and common goals across research disciplines
JA Orr, RD Vinebrooke, MC Jackson, KJ Kroeker, RL Kordas, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1926), 20200421, 2020
Predation risk induces stress proteins and reduces antioxidant defense
S Slos, R Stoks
Functional Ecology 22 (4), 637-642, 2008
Fitness effects from egg to reproduction: bridging the life history transition
M De Block, R Stoks
Ecology 86 (1), 185-197, 2005
Life history plasticity in a damselfly: effects of combined time and biotic constraints
F Johansson, R Stoks, L Rowe, M De Block
Ecology 82 (7), 1857-1869, 2001
Predation cost of rapid growth: behavioural coupling and physiological decoupling
R Stoks, M De Block, F Van De Meutter, F Johansson
Journal of Animal Ecology, 708-715, 2005
Compensatory growth and oxidative stress in a damselfly
M De Block, R Stoks
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1636), 781-785, 2008
Physiological costs of compensatory growth in a damselfly
R Stoks, MD Block, MA McPeek
Ecology 87 (6), 1566-1574, 2006
Evolutionary and plastic responses of freshwater invertebrates to climate change: realized patterns and future potential
R Stoks, AN Geerts, L De Meester
Evolutionary applications 7 (1), 42-55, 2014
Urbanization drives cross‐taxon declines in abundance and diversity at multiple spatial scales
E Piano, C Souffreau, T Merckx, LF Baardsen, T Backeljau, D Bonte, ...
Global change biology 26 (3), 1196-1211, 2020
Adaptive sex‐specific life history plasticity to temperature and photoperiod in a damselfly
M De Block, R Stoks
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16 (5), 986-995, 2003
Evolution of prey behavior in response to changes in predation regime: damselflies in fish and dragonfly lakes
R Stoks, MA McPeek, JL Mitchell
Evolution 57 (3), 574-585, 2003
Temperature extremes and butterfly fitness: conflicting evidence from life history and immune function
I Karl, R Stoks, M De Block, SA Janowitz, K Fischer
Global Change Biology 17 (2), 676-687, 2011
Predators and life histories shape Lestes damselfly assemblages along a freshwater habitat gradient
R Stoks, MA McPeek
Ecology 84 (6), 1576-1587, 2003
Time constraints mediate predator‐induced plasticity in immune function, condition, and life history
R Stoks, MD Block, S Slos, WV Doorslaer, J Rolff
Ecology 87 (4), 809-815, 2006
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 (12), 5218-5227, 2017
A crucial step toward realism: responses to climate change from an evolving metacommunity perspective
MC Urban, L De Meester, M Vellend, R Stoks, J Vanoverbeke
Evolutionary Applications 5 (2), 154-167, 2012
Resurrecting complexity: the interplay of plasticity and rapid evolution in the multiple trait response to strong changes in predation pressure in the water flea Daphnia magna
R Stoks, L Govaert, K Pauwels, B Jansen, L De Meester
Ecology letters 19 (2), 180-190, 2016
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