Glenn-Peter Sætre
Glenn-Peter Sætre
professor in evolutionary biology at CEES, University of Oslo
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ibv.uio.no
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Genomics and the origin of species
O Seehausen, RK Butlin, I Keller, CE Wagner, JW Boughman, ...
Nature Reviews Genetics 15 (3), 176-192, 2014
6992014
A sexually selected character displacement in flycatchers reinforces premating isolation
GP Stre, T Moum, S Bureš, M Král, M Adamjan, J Moreno
Nature 387 (6633), 589-592, 1997
5221997
Hybridization and adaptive mate choice in flycatchers
T Veen, T Borge, SC Griffith, GP Saetre, S Bures, L Gustafsson, ...
Nature 411 (6833), 45-50, 2001
3082001
Single‐nucleotide polymorphism characterization in species with limited available sequence information: high nucleotide diversity revealed in the avian genome
CR Primmer, T Borge, J Lindell, GP Sætre
Molecular Ecology 11 (3), 603-612, 2002
2782002
Linked selection and recombination rate variation drive the evolution of the genomic landscape of differentiation across the speciation continuum of Ficedula flycatchers
R Burri, A Nater, T Kawakami, CF Mugal, PI Olason, L Smeds, A Suh, ...
Genome research 25 (11), 1656-1665, 2015
2752015
Sex chromosome-linked species recognition and evolution of reproductive isolation in flycatchers
SA Sæther, GP Sætre, T Borge, C Wiley, N Svedin, G Andersson, T Veen, ...
science 318 (5847), 95-97, 2007
2222007
Sex chromosome evolution and speciation in Ficedula flycatchers
GP Sætre, T Borge, K Lindroos, J Haavie, BC Sheldon, C Primmer, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
2092003
Hybrid speciation in sparrows I: phenotypic intermediacy, genetic admixture and barriers to gene flow
JS Hermansen, SA Saether, TO Elgvin, T Borge, E Hjelle, GP SÆTRE
Molecular Ecology 20 (18), 3812-3822, 2011
1602011
Speciation, introgressive hybridization and nonlinear rate of molecular evolution in flycatchers
GP Sætre, T Borge, J Lindell, T Moum, CR Primmer, BC Sheldon, ...
Molecular Ecology 10 (3), 737-749, 2001
1552001
Flycatcher song in allopatry and sympatry–convergence, divergence and reinforcement
J Haavie, T Borge, S Bures, LZ Garamszegi, HM Lampe, J Moreno, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17 (2), 227-237, 2004
1512004
Contrasting patterns of polymorphism and divergence on the Z chromosome and autosomes in two Ficedula flycatcher species
T Borge, MT Webster, G Andersson, GP Saetre
Genetics 171 (4), 1861-1873, 2005
1282005
Female pied flycatchers prefer brightly coloured males
GP Sætre, S Dale, T Slagsvold
Animal Behaviour 48 (6), 1407-1416, 1994
1281994
Dawn singing in the great tit (Parus major): mate attraction, mate guarding, or territorial defence?
T Slagsvold, GP SÆTRE, S Dale
Behaviour 131 (1-2), 115-138, 1994
1221994
Food provisioning in the pied flycatcher: do females gain direct benefits from choosing bright-coloured males?
GP Saetre, T Fossnes, T Slagsvold
Journal of Animal Ecology, 21-30, 1995
1141995
Evidence for mito-nuclear and sex-linked reproductive barriers between the hybrid Italian sparrow and its parent species
CN Trier, JS Hermansen, GP Sætre, RI Bailey
PLoS Genet 10 (1), e1004075, 2014
1062014
Ecology and genetics of speciation in Ficedula flycatchers
GP SÆTRE, SA Saether
Molecular Ecology 19 (6), 1091-1106, 2010
1062010
Reinforcement and learning
MR Servedio, SA Sæther, GP Sætre
Evolutionary Ecology 23 (1), 109-123, 2009
1032009
Female pied flycatchers prefer males with larger song repertoires
HM Lampe, GP Saetre
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1995
1011995
Hybrid speciation in sparrows II: a role for sex chromosomes?
TO Elgvin, JS Hermansen, A Fijarczyk, T Bonnet, T Borge, SA Saether, ...
Molecular ecology 20 (18), 3823-3837, 2011
992011
Geographic patterns of genetic differentiation and plumage colour variation are different in the pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)
PK Lehtonen, T Laaksonen, AV Artemyev, E Belskii, C Both, S Bureš, ...
Molecular Ecology 18 (21), 4463-4476, 2009
942009
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