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Huang, Shu-Ping

 

 

 

Name

Huang, Shu-Ping 

Title

Assistant Professor

Specialty

Physiological Ecology, Ecological Modeling, Insect Respiratory Physiology, Herpetology

E-mail

sphuang0711@mail.nsysu.edu.tw

TEL

886-7-5252000 Ext:3613

FAX

07-52523609

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

 
  Research projects
1
Thermal Physiology and Ecological Adaptation in Ectotherms
2
Respiratory Physiology and Water Balance of Grasshoppers
3
Development and Application of Mechanistic Models
4
Impact of Environmental Change on Animals
  

  Publication

1

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 (in press)
2 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.
3 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.
4 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.
5 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.

6

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.

7

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.

8

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.

9 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.
10 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.

11

Huang, S. P. and M. C. Tu. 2008. Cold tolerance and altitudinal distribution of Takydromus lizards in Taiwan. Zoological Studies 47:438-444.

12

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.

13

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.

14

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.

15

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.