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Huang, Shu-Ping



Huang, Shu-Ping 


Assistant Professor


Physiological Ecology, Ecological Modeling, Insect Respiratory Physiology, Herpetology



886-7-5252000 Ext:3613



   Highest Education:PhD. Department of Life Science, National Taiwan Normal University (2008) 

  Research projects
Thermal Physiology and Ecological Adaptation in Ectotherms
Respiratory Physiology and Water Balance of Grasshoppers
Development and Application of Mechanistic Models
Impact of Environmental Change on Animals


1 Lin, T.E., T. Y. Chen, H.L. Wei, R. Richard, and S.P. Huang. 2019. Low cold tolerance of the invasive lizard Eutropis multifasciata constrains its potential elevation distribution in Taiwan. Journal of Thermal Biology, 82, 115-121.
2 Li, C. Y., S. P. Huang, M. Garcia, A. Fuller, Y. Hsu, R. L. Earley. 2018. Sexual phenotype drives variation in endocrine responses to social challenge in a quasiclonal animal. Royal Society Open Science, 5(4):180002.


Huang, S. P., S. Talal, A. Ayali, and E. Gefen. 2015. The effect of discontinuous gas exchange on respiratory water loss in grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae) varies across an arid gradient. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 2510-2517.


Li, C.-Y, R. Earley, S. P. Huang, and Y. Hsu. 2014. Fighting experience alters brain androgen receptor expression dependent on testosterone status. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20141532.


Huang, S. P., R. Sender, and E. Gefen. 2014. Oxygen diffusion limits trigger ventilatory movements during spiracle closure when insects breathe discontinuously. Journal of Experimental Biology 217: 2229-2231.

6 Huang, S. P., W. P. Porter, M. C. Tu, C. R. Chiou. 2014. Forest cover reduces thermally suitable habitats and affects responses to a warmer climate predicted in a high-altitude lizard. Oecologia 175:25-35.
7 Huang, S. P., C. R. Chiou, T. E. Lin, M. C. Tu, C. C. Lin, and W. P. Porter. 2013. Future advantages in energetics, activity time, and habitats predicted in a high-altitude pit viper with climate warming. Functional Ecology 27: 446-458.
8 Chen, Y.H., M.C. Tu, and S. P. Huang. 2013. Synergistic limits to the altitudinal distribution of a high-altitude lizard, Takydromus hsuehshanensis. Zoological Science 30:15-20.
9 Huang, S. P., S. Y. Yang, and Y. Hsu. 2011. Persistence of winner and loser effects depends on the behaviour measured. Ethology 117: 171-180.
10 Chen, Y. H., S. P. Huang, M. H. Chang, and M. C. Tu. 2010. Thermal effect on embryogenesis and hatching of grass lizard Takydromus stejnegeri (Squamata: Lacertidae): an implication of their potential for limiting the altitudinal distribution in Taiwan. Zoological Studies 49:374-380.
11 Huang, S. P. and M.C. Tu. 2009. Locomotor performance and altitudinal distribution of a mountainous lizard, Takydromus hsuehshanensis, in Taiwan. Zoological Studies 48:477-484.
12 Huang, S. P. and M. C. Tu. 2008. Heat tolerance and altitudinal distribution of a mountainous lizard, Takydromus hsuehshanensis, in Taiwan. Journal of Thermal Biology 33:48-56.
13 Huang, S. P. and M. C. Tu. 2008. Cold tolerance and altitudinal distribution of Takydromus lizards in Taiwan. Zoological Studies 47:438-444.
14 Yang, Y. Y, C. Y. Lee, Y. H. Yang, S. P. Huang, T. P. Chang, and H. Chang. 2008. The fate of neo-sex chromosomes in Drosophila albomicans-nasuta hybrid populations. Zoological Studies 47:84-95.
15 Huang, S. M., S. P. Huang, Y. H. Chen, and M. C. Tu. 2007. Thermal tolerance and altitudinal distribution of three Trimeresurus snakes in Taiwan. Zoological Studies 46:592-599.
16 Huang, S. P., Y. Hsu, and M. C. Tu. 2006. Thermal tolerance and altitudinal distribution of two Sphenomorphus lizards in Taiwan. Journal of Thermal Biology 31:378-385.
17 Hou, P.-C. L. and S. P. Huang. 1999. Metabolic and ventilatory responses to hypoxia in two populations of the toad Bufo bankorensis living at different altitudes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 124:413-421.