Dror Hawlena

Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
"Dror Hawlena"


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Oswald J. Schmitz post-doc Yale (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Tian W, Hawlena D, Pagès JF, et al. (2023) Fear of predators alters herbivore regulation of soil microbial community function. Ecology and Evolution. 13: e10207
Sheriff MJ, Peacor S, Hawlena D, et al. (2020) Non-consumptive predator effects on prey population size: a dearth of evidence. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Rinehart S, Hawlena D. (2020) The effects of predation risk on prey stoichiometry: a meta-analysis. Ecology. 101: e03037
Zaguri M, Hawlena D. (2020) Odours of non‐predatory species help prey moderate their risk assessment Functional Ecology. 34: 830-839
Sagi N, Grünzweig JM, Hawlena D. (2019) Burrowing detritivores regulate nutrient cycling in a desert ecosystem. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20191647
Trakimas G, Krams R, Krama T, et al. (2019) Ecological Stoichiometry: A Link Between Developmental Speed and Physiological Stress in an Omnivorous Insect. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 13: 42
Wilder SM, Barnes CL, Hawlena D. (2019) Predicting Predator Nutrient Intake From Prey Body Contents Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7
Barnes CL, Hawlena D, Wilder SM. (2019) Predators buffer the effects of variation in prey nutrient content for nutrient deposition Oikos. 128: 360-367
Barnes CL, Hawlena D, McCue MD, et al. (2018) Consequences of prey exoskeleton content for predator feeding and digestion: black widow predation on larval versus adult mealworm beetles. Oecologia
Zaguri M, Zohar Y, Hawlena D. (2018) Considerations Used by Desert Isopods to Assess Scorpion Predation Risk. The American Naturalist. 192: 630-643
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