Reehan Mirza
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Predator-recognition training enhances survival of brook trout: evidence from laboratory and field-enclosure studies
RS Mirza, DP Chivers
Canadian Journal of Zoology 78 (12), 2198-2208, 2000
Threat-sensitive predator avoidance by slimy sculpins: understanding the importance of visual versus chemical information
DP Chivers, RS Mirza, PJ Bryer, JM Kiesecker
Canadian Journal of Zoology 79 (5), 867-873, 2001
Epidermal ‘alarm substance’cells of fishes maintained by non-alarm functions: possible defence against pathogens, parasites and UVB radiation
DP Chivers, BD Wisenden, CJ Hindman, TA Michalak, RC Kusch, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: biological sciences 274 (1625), 2611-2619, 2007
Predator diet cues and the assessment of predation risk by aquatic vertebrates: a review and prospectus
DP Chivers, RS Mirza
Chemical signals in vertebrates 9, 277-284, 2001
Response of juvenile rainbow trout to varying concentrations of chemical alarm cue: response thresholds and survival during encounters with predators
RS Mirza, DP Chivers
Canadian Journal of Zoology 81 (1), 88-95, 2003
Responses of American toad tadpoles to predation cues: behavioural response thresholds, threat-sensitivity and acquired predation recognition
RS Mirza, MCO Ferrari, JM Kiesecker, DP Chivers
Behaviour 143 (7), 877-889, 2006
Importance of predator diet cues in responses of larval wood frogs to fish and invertebrate predators
DP Chivers, RS Mirza
Journal of Chemical Ecology 27, 45-51, 2001
Are chemical alarm cues conserved within salmonid fishes?
RS Mirza, DP Chivers
Journal of chemical ecology 27, 1641-1655, 2001
Making sense of predator scents: investigating the sophistication of predator assessment abilities of fathead minnows
RC Kusch, RS Mirza, DP Chivers
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55, 551-555, 2004
Chemosensory assessment of predation risk by slimy sculpins (Cottus cognatus): responses to alarm, disturbance, and predator cues
PJ Bryer, RS Mirza, DP Chivers
Journal of Chemical Ecology 27, 533-546, 2001
Learned recognition of heterospecific alarm cues enhances survival during encounters with predators
D Chivers, R Mirza, J Johnston
Behaviour 139 (7), 929-938, 2002
Chemical Alarm Signals Enhance Survival of Brook Charr (Salvelinus fontinalis) During Encounters with Predatory Chain Pickerel (Esox niger)
RS Mirza, DP Chivers
Ethology 107 (11), 989-1005, 2001
Differential responses of male and female red swordtails to chemical alarm cues
RS Mirza, JJ Scott, DP Chivers
Journal of Fish Biology 59 (3), 716-728, 2001
Does temporal variation in predation risk influence the intensity of antipredator responses? A test of the risk allocation hypothesis
RS Mirza, A Mathis, DP Chivers
Ethology 112 (1), 44-51, 2006
Fathead Minnows, Pimephales promelas, Learn to Recognize Chemical Alarm Cues of Introduced Brook Stickleback, Culaea inconstans
MS Pollock, DP Chivers, RS Mirza, BD Wisenden
Environmental Biology of Fishes 66, 313-319, 2003
Copper-impaired chemosensory function and behavior in aquatic animals
GG Pyle, RS Mirza
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 13 (3), 492-505, 2007
Copper Binding Dynamics and Olfactory Impairment in Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas)
WW Green, RS Mirza, CM Wood, GG Pyle
Environmental science & technology 44 (4), 1431-1437, 2010
Responses of wild fishes to alarm chemicals in pristine and metal-contaminated lakes
TD McPherson, RS Mirza, GG Pyle
Canadian Journal of zoology 82 (5), 694-700, 2004
Brook char (Salvelinus fontinalis) can differentiate chemical alarm cues produced by different age/size classes of conspecifics
RS Mirza, DP Chivers
Journal of Chemical Ecology 28, 555-564, 2002
Behavioural responses to conspecific disturbance chemicals enhance survival of juvenile brook charr, Salvelinus fontinalis, during encounters with predators
R Mirza, D Chivers
Behaviour 139 (9), 1099-1109, 2002
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