Ulrika Alm Bergvall
Ulrika Alm Bergvall
Dr in Ethology, Stockholm University
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Associational effects of plant defences in relation to within-and between-patch food choice by a mammalian herbivore: neighbour contrast susceptibility and defence
UA Bergvall, P Rautio, K Kesti, J Tuomi, O Leimar
Oecologia 147 (2), 253-260, 2006
1192006
Personality and foraging decisions in fallow deer, Dama dama
UA Bergvall, A Schäpers, P Kjellander, A Weiss
Animal Behaviour 81 (1), 101-112, 2011
1112011
The effect of food quality and relative abundance on food choice in fallow deer
U Alm, B Birgersson, O Leimar
Animal Behaviour 64 (3), 439–445, 2002
732002
Plant secondary compounds and the frequency of food types affect food choice by mammalian herbivores
UA Bergvall, O Leimar
Ecology 86 (9), 2450-2460, 2005
682005
Bitter problems in ecological feeding experiments: Commercial tannin preparations and common methods for tannin quantifications
P Rautio, UA Bergvall, M Karonen, JP Salminen
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 35 (5), 257-262, 2007
452007
Colour vision in fallow deer: A behavioural study
B Birgersson, U Alm, O Leimar
Animal Behaviour 61 (2), 367-371, 2001
292001
A test of simultaneous and successive negative contrast in fallow deer foraging behaviour
UA Bergvall, P Rautio, T Luotola, O Leimar
Animal Behaviour 74 (3), 395-402, 2007
282007
Habitat use, bed-site selection and mortality rate in neonate fallow deer Dama dama
P Kjellander, I Svartholm, UA Bergvall, A Jarnemo
Wildlife Biology 18 (3), 280-291, 2012
272012
Personality traits are consistent when measured in the field and in the laboratory in African striped mice (Rhabdomys pumilio)
CH Yuen, N Pillay, M Heinrichs, I Schoepf, C Schradin
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70 (8), 1235-1246, 2016
262016
Spatial scales of foraging in fallow deer: implications for associational effects in plant defences
P Rautio, K Kesti, UA Bergvall, J Tuomi, O Leimar
acta oecologica 34 (1), 12-20, 2008
262008
Short-and long-term repeatability of docility in the roe deer: sex and age matter
L Debeffe, JF Lemaître, UA Bergvall, AJM Hewison, JM Gaillard, ...
Animal Behaviour 109, 53-63, 2015
252015
The effect of spatial scale on plant associational defences against mammalian herbivores
UA Bergvall, P Rautio, H Sirén, J Tuomi, O Leimar
Ecoscience 15 (3), 343-348, 2008
252008
Situation and context impacts the expression of personality: the influence of breeding season and test context
M Haage, UA Bergvall, T Maran, K Kiik, A Angerbjörn
Behavioural processes 100, 103-109, 2013
232013
Molecular detection of Babesia capreoli and Babesia venatorum in wild Swedish roe deer, Capreolus capreolus
MO Andersson, UA Bergvall, J Chirico, M Christensson, PE Lindgren, ...
Parasites & vectors 9 (1), 1-3, 2016
202016
Food selection by herbivores and neighbourhood effects in the evolution of plant defences
P Rautio, UA Bergvall, J Tuomi, K Kesti, O Leimar
Annales Zoologici Fennici 49 (1–2), 45-57, 2012
182012
The influence of spatiotemporal conditions and personality on survival in reintroductions–evolutionary implications
M Haage, T Maran, UA Bergvall, B Elmhagen, A Angerbjörn
Oecologia 183 (1), 45-56, 2017
172017
Two shades of boldness: novel object and anti-predator behavior reflect different personality dimensions in domestic rabbits
A Andersson, L Laikre, UA Bergvall
Journal of ethology 32 (3), 123-136, 2014
152014
Development of feeding selectivity and consistency in food choice over 5 years in fallow deer
UA Bergvall
Behavioural processes 80 (2), 140-146, 2009
132009
Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Variation in the stress response among personalities and populations in a large wild herbivore
NC Bonnot, UA Bergvall, A Jarnemo, P Kjellander
Oecologia 188 (1), 85-95, 2018
112018
Quantifying capture stress in free ranging European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus)
N Huber, SG Vetter, AL Evans, P Kjellander, S Küker, UA Bergvall, ...
BMC veterinary research 13 (1), 127, 2017
102017
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