33. van Rijn I, Yehezkel B,  DeLong J, Kiflawi M, Belmaker J. (2017).  Large but uneven reduction in fish size across species in relation to changing sea temperatures. Global Change Biology.  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.13688/full

32.  Hussien D, Dakhiya Y, Fridman E, Kiflawi M & Green R.  (2017).  Correlations between circadian rhythms and growth in challenging environments.  Plant Physiol. 173:1-11.

31. Kiflawi M, Mann O & Meekan M. (2016)  Heterogeneous ‘proportionality constants’ – a challenge to Taylor’s Power Law for temporal fluctuations in abundance.   J.Theor.Biol, 407: 155-160.   http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022519316301977

30. Mann O, Kiflawi M (2014).  Social foraging with partial (public) information.  J.Theor.Biol 359:112-119.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtbi.2014.05.044

29. Berenshtein I, Kiflawi M, Shashar N, Wieler U, Agiv H & Paris CB (2014) Polarized light sensitivity and orientation in coral reef fish post-larvae.PLoS ONE 9(2): e88468. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088468. 

28. Oron S, Angel D, Goodman-Tchernov B, Merkado G, Kiflawi M & Abramovich S (2014) Benthic foraminiferal response to the removal of aquaculture fish cages in the Gulf of Aqaba-Eilat, Red Sea. Marine Micropaleontology

27. Ben-Tzvi O, Abelson A, Gaines SD, Bernardi G, Beldade R, Sheehy MS, Paradis GL & Kiflawi M (2012). Evidence for Cohesive Dispersal in the Sea. PLOS ONE.

26. Brokovich E,  Kark S, Kiflawi M & Sheshar N (2010)  Functional changes of the visual system of the damselfish Dascyllus marginatus along its bathymetric range. Physio. Behav. 10:413-21.

25. Ben-Tzvi O, Tchernov D &  Kiflawi M  (2010)  The role of coral-derived cues in micro-habitat selection by settling Chromis viridis.  Mar Ecol Prog Ser 409:181-187.

24. Brokovich E,  Ayalon I, Einbinder S, Segev N, Shaked Y, Genin A, Kark S & Kiflawi M (2010).  Grazing pressure on coral reefs declines across a wide depth gradient in the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea.   Mar Ecol Prog Ser 399:69-80.

23. Ben-Tzvi O, Kiflawi M#, Polak O & Abelson A# (2009) The effect of adult aggression on habitat selection by settlers of two coral-dwelling damselfishes. PLoS ONE: e5511.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005511.

22. Belmaker J,  Brokovich E, China V, Golani D &  Kiflawi M (2009)  Estimating the rate of biological introductions: Lessepsian fishes in the Mediterranean. Ecology 90:1134-1141.

21. Ben-Tzvi O; Abelson A#, Polak O; Kiflawi M# (2008) Habitat selection and the colonization of new territories by Chromis viridis.  J. Fish Biol. 73:1005-1018.

20. Brokovich E, Einbinder S, Shashar N, Kiflawi M & Kark S (2008) Descending to the twilight-zone: coral reef fish assemblages change along a depth gradient down to 65 m.  Mar Ecol Prog Ser 371:253-262.

19. Ben-Tzvi O, Kiflawi M#, Gaines S.D., Sheehy M.S., El-Zibdah M.,  Paradis G.L.& Abelson A#.  (2008) Tracking recruitment pathways of Chromis viridis in the Gulf of Aqaba using otolith chemistry.  Mar Ecol Prog Ser 359:229-238.

18. Ben-Tzvi O, Kiflawi M#, Gildor H & Abelson A#.  (2007) Possible effects of downwelling on the recruitment of coral reef fishes to the Eilat (Red-Sea) coral reefs.  Limnol. Oceanogr. 52:618-2628.

17. Kiflawi M., Belmaker J., Brokovich E., Einbinder S., Holzman R. (2007)  Species diversity can drive speciation: comment.  Ecology 88:2132-2135.

16. Ben-Tzvi O, Gaines S.D., Sheehy M.S., Paradis G.L., Abelson A#. & Kiflawi M#. (2007) The inclusion of sub Detection Limit (DL) LA-ICPMS data, in the analysis of otolith microchemistry, by use of a “Palindrome Sequence Analysis” (PaSA)”. Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods 5:97-105.

15. Brokovich E, Einbinder S, Kark S, Shashar N. & Kiflawi M. (2007)  A deep nursery for juveniles of the zebrafish Genicanthus caudovitatus.  Envi. Biol. Fish. 80:1-6.

14. Kiflawi M. & Mazerol A. (2006) Female leadership and the potential for sex-specific benefits of mass spawning in the Brown-Surgeonfish (Acanthurus nigrofuscus). Envi. Biol. Fish. 79:19-23.

13. Kiflawi M., Belmaker J.; Brokovich E.; Einbinder S., Holzman R. (2006) The determinants of species-richness of a relatively young coral-reef ichthyofauna. J. Biogeog.  33:1289-1294.

12. Kiflawi, M. (2006) On optimal propagule size and development time.  Oikos, 113:168-173.

11. Kiflawi M. & Spencer M. (2004)  Confidence intervals and hypothesis testing for beta diversity.  Ecology, 85:2895-2900.

10. Blaustein L., Kiflawi M., Eitam A., Cohen, J.E. & Mangel M. (2004) Oviposition habitat selection in response to risk of predation in temporary pools: mode of detection and consistency across experimental venue.  Oecologia 138:300-305.

9. Kiflawi M., Blaustein L. & Mangel M. (2003) Oviposition habitat selection in a mosquito, Culiseta longiareolata in response to risk of predation and conspecific density.  Ecol Entomol 28:168-173.

8. Kiflawi M., Blaustein L. & Eitam A. (2003) The relative impact of local and regional processes on macro-invertebrate species richness in temporary pools.  J Anim Ecol 72: 447-452.

7. Kiflawi M., Blaustein L. & Mangel M. (2003)  Predation-dependent oviposition habitat selection by the mosquito Culiseta longiareolata: a test of competing hypotheses.  Ecol Lett 6:35-40.

6. Kiflawi M. & Gray D. (2000) Size-dependent response to conspecific mating calls by male crickets.  P Roy Soc Lond B. 267:2157-2161.

5. Kiflawi M., Jordan M. & Enquist B. (2000) Position within the geographic range, relative local abundance and developmental instability.  Ecography 23:539-546.

4. Kiflawi M. (2000) Adaptive gamete allocation when fertilization is external and sperm competition is absent: optimization models and evaluation using coral reef fish.  Evol Ecol Res 2:1045-66.

3. Kiflawi M. (2000) Developmental instability and sex allocation in the andromonecious plant Euphorbia xanti (Euphorbiaceae).  Oikos 89:107-114.

2. Kiflawi M., Mazeroll A.I. & Goulet D. (1998) Does mass spawning enhance fertilization in coral reef fish?  A case study of the brown surgeonfish.  Mar Ecol Prog Ser 172:107-114.

1. Kiflawi M. & Genin A. (1997) Flow speed manipulation and the feeding rates of reef-dwelling planktivorous fish.  Ecology 78:1067-1077.