Elisabeth Bolund
Elisabeth Bolund
Assistant Professor, Evolutionary Biuology Centre, Uppsala University
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The recombination landscape of the zebra finch Taeniopygia guttata genome
N Backström, W Forstmeier, H Schielzeth, H Mellenius, K Nam, E Bolund, ...
Genome research 20 (4), 485-495, 2010
1802010
Female extrapair mating behavior can evolve via indirect selection on males
W Forstmeier, K Martin, E Bolund, H Schielzeth, B Kempenaers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (26), 10608-10613, 2011
1412011
Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology symposia
J Schroeder, HL Dugdale, R Radersma, M Hinsch, DM Buehler, J Saul, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (9), 2063-2069, 2013
1092013
Compensatory investment in zebra finches: females lay larger eggs when paired to sexually unattractive males
E Bolund, H Schielzeth, W Forstmeier
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1657), 707-715, 2009
862009
Inbreeding depression of sexually selected traits and attractiveness in the zebra finch
E Bolund, K Martin, B Kempenaers, W Forstmeier
Animal Behaviour 79 (4), 947-955, 2010
842010
Intrasexual competition in zebra finches, the role of beak colour and body size
E Bolund, H Schielzeth, W Forstmeier
Animal Behaviour 74 (4), 715-724, 2007
452007
No heightened condition dependence of zebra finch ornaments–a quantitative genetic approach
E Bolund, H Schielzeth, W Forstmeier
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (3), 586-597, 2010
402010
Quantitative genetics and fitness consequences of neophilia in zebra finches
H Schielzeth, E Bolund, B Kempenaers, W Forstmeier
Behavioral Ecology 22 (1), 126-134, 2011
382011
Effects of the demographic transition on the genetic variances and covariances of human life‐history traits
E Bolund, A Hayward, JE Pettay, V Lummaa
Evolution 69 (3), 747-755, 2015
372015
Patterns of conspecific brood parasitism in zebra finches
H Schielzeth, E Bolund
Animal behaviour 79 (6), 1329-1337, 2010
332010
Culled males, infant mortality and reproductive success in a pre-industrial Finnish population
TA Bruckner, S Helle, E Bolund, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1799), 20140835, 2015
262015
Sexual imprinting on continuous variation: do female zebra finches prefer or avoid unfamiliar sons of their foster parents?
H Schielzeth, C Burger, E Bolund, W Forstmeier
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (5), 1274-1280, 2008
252008
Heritability of and early environment effects on variation in mating preferences
H Schielzeth, E Bolund, W Forstmeier
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (4), 998-1006, 2010
242010
Divergent selection on, but no genetic conflict over, female and male timing and rate of reproduction in a human population
E Bolund, S Bouwhuis, JE Pettay, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1772), 20132002, 2013
222013
Divergent selection on, but no genetic conflict over, female and male timing and rate of reproduction in a human population
E Bolund, S Bouwhuis, JE Pettay, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1772), 20132002, 2013
222013
Assortative versus disassortative mating preferences of female zebra finches based on self-referent phenotype matching
H Schielzeth, C Burger, E Bolund, W Forstmeier
Animal Behaviour 76 (6), 1927-1934, 2008
192008
Sex differences in adult mortality rate mediated by early‐life environmental conditions
RM Griffin, AD Hayward, E Bolund, AA Maklakov, V Lummaa
Ecology letters 21 (2), 235-242, 2018
142018
Reduced costs of reproduction in females mediate a shift from a male-biased to a female-biased lifespan in humans
E Bolund, V Lummaa, KR Smith, HA Hanson, AA Maklakov
Scientific reports 6, 24672, 2016
142016
Correlates of male fitness in captive zebra finches-a comparison of methods to disentangle genetic and environmental effects
E Bolund, H Schielzeth, W Forstmeier
BMC evolutionary biology 11 (1), 327, 2011
122011
Singing activity stimulates partner reproductive investment rather than increasing paternity success in zebra finches
E Bolund, H Schielzeth, W Forstmeier
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (6), 975-984, 2012
112012
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