His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Senescence, Evolutionary biology, Ageing and Natural selection. His research on Ecology often connects related areas such as Quantitative genetics. His Senescence research includes themes of Natural population growth, Zoology and Pleiotropy.
His research integrates issues of Evolutionary ecology and Life history in his study of Evolutionary biology. His Ageing research includes elements of Oxidative stress, Cervus elaphus and Competition. His Natural selection research includes themes of Variety, Statistical model and Phenotypic plasticity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Soay sheep, Telomere, Zoology and Senescence. Daniel H. Nussey interconnects Biological dispersal and Reproductive success in the investigation of issues within Ecology. His Soay sheep research incorporates themes from Genetics, Antibody, Immune system, Ovis and Natural selection.
The various areas that Daniel H. Nussey examines in his Natural selection study include Evolutionary biology and Heritability. As part of the same scientific family, Daniel H. Nussey usually focuses on Zoology, concentrating on Ungulate and intersecting with Spatial ecology. His Senescence study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Natural population growth, Reproduction, Competition and Ageing.
His main research concerns Soay sheep, Telomere, Evolutionary biology, Zoology and Mammal. Daniel H. Nussey combines subjects such as Strongyloides, Nematodirus, Physiology and Seasonality with his study of Soay sheep. His study looks at the relationship between Physiology and fields such as Vitamin D and neurology, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His Evolutionary biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Taxon, Abundance, Ecology and Longevity. His Longevity research focuses on Ageing and how it relates to Life history theory. His research in Zoology intersects with topics in Coccidia, Wildlife disease, Immunity and Reproduction.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal health, Telomere, Demography, Dairy cattle and Attrition. His Animal health research overlaps with other disciplines such as Animal welfare and Biomarker.
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An ecologist's guide to the animal model
Alastair J. Wilson;Denis Réale;Michelle N. Clements;Michael M. Morrissey.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2010)
The evolutionary ecology of individual phenotypic plasticity in wild populations.
Daniel Nussey;Alastair Wilson;J. E. Brommer.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2007)
Selection on heritable phenotypic plasticity in a wild bird population
Daniel H. Nussey;Erik Postma;Phillip Gienapp;Marcel E. Visser.
Senescence in natural populations of animals: Widespread evidence and its implications for bio-gerontology
Daniel H. Nussey;Hannah Froy;Jean François Lemaitre;Jean Michel Gaillard.
Ageing Research Reviews (2013)
What is individual quality? An evolutionary perspective.
Alastair J. Wilson;Daniel H. Nussey.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2010)
Measuring senescence in wild animal populations: towards a longitudinal approach
D. H. Nussey;T. Coulson;M. Festa‐Bianchet;J.‐M. Gaillard.
Functional Ecology (2008)
The evolutionary ecology of senescence
P. Monaghan;A. Charmantier;D. H. Nussey;R. E. Ricklefs.
Functional Ecology (2008)
Oxidative damage, ageing, and life-history evolution: where now?
Colin Selman;Jonathan D. Blount;Daniel H. Nussey;John R. Speakman;John R. Speakman.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2012)
Measuring individual differences in reaction norms in field and experimental studies: a power analysis of random regression models
Julien G. A. Martin;Julien G. A. Martin;Daniel H. Nussey;Alastair J. Wilson;Denis Réale.
Methods in Ecology and Evolution (2011)
The rate of senescence in maternal performance increases with early‐life fecundity in red deer
Daniel H. Nussey;Loeske E. B. Kruuk;Alison Donald;Martin Fowlie.
Ecology Letters (2006)
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