Reproductive success, local adaptation and genetic diversity in small plant populations
DisciplineEkologia ja ympäristönhoito
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Frequency-dependent selection and environmental heterogeneity as selective mechanisms in wild populations Poikonen, Tanja (University of Jyväskylä, 2010)
Keränen, Inka (University of Jyväskylä, 2015)
The maintenance of sexually antagonistic variation in reproductive success by negative frequency-dependence in the bank vole (Myodes glareolus) Martiskainen, Henna (2011)Natural selection theory predicts low variance in traits closely related to reproductive success, since the most fit trait value should replace all the others. However, a considerable amount of variation is found in ...
Cayol, Claire; Giermek, Anna; Gomez-Chamorro, Andrea; Hytönen, Jukka; Kallio, Eva; Mappes, Tapio; Salo, Jemiina; Voordouw, Maarten Jeroen; Koskela, Esa (The Royal Society Publishing, 2018)The impact of a pathogen on the fitness and behaviour of its natural host depends upon the host–parasite relationship in a given set of environmental conditions. Here, we experimentally investigated the effects of Borrelia ...
Evolution and ecological aspects of parthenogenetic and sexual bagworm moths (Lepidoptera: Psychidae: Naryciinae) Chevasco, Veronica (University of Jyväskylä, 2012)