John S. Terblanche

2003-2005 Botany and Zoology Stellenbosch University 
"John Terblanche"
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Sinclair BJ, Sørensen JG, Terblanche JS. (2022) Harnessing thermal plasticity to enhance the performance of mass-reared insects: opportunities and challenges. Bulletin of Entomological Research. 1-10
Clusella-Trullas S, Garcia RA, Terblanche JS, et al. (2021) How useful are thermal vulnerability indices? Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Willot Q, Loos B, Terblanche JS. (2021) Interactions between developmental and adult acclimation have distinct consequences for heat-tolerance and heat-stress recovery. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Woods HA, Pincebourde S, Dillon ME, et al. (2021) Extended phenotypes: buffers or amplifiers of climate change? Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Javal M, Terblanche JS, Conlong DE, et al. (2021) DNA barcoding for bio-surveillance of emerging pests and species identification in Afrotropical Prioninae (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae). Biodiversity Data Journal. 9: e64499
Hidalgo-Galiana A, Ribera I, Terblanche JS. (2021) Geographic variation in acclimation responses of thermal tolerance in South African diving beetles (Dytiscidae: Coleoptera). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part a, Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 257: 110955
Liu WPA, Phillips LM, Terblanche JS, et al. (2021) An unusually diverse genus of Collembola in the Cape Floristic Region characterised by substantial desiccation tolerance. Oecologia
Saccaggi DL, Arendse M, Wilson JRU, et al. (2021) Contaminant organisms recorded on plant product imports to South Africa 1994-2019. Scientific Data. 8: 83
Lehmann P, Javal M, Plessis AD, et al. (2021) Using µCT in live larvae of a large wood-boring beetle to study tracheal oxygen supply during development. Journal of Insect Physiology. 130: 104199
Smit C, Javal M, Lehmann P, et al. (2021) Metabolic responses to starvation and feeding contribute to the invasiveness of an emerging pest insect. Journal of Insect Physiology. 128: 104162
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