Erik Postma
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An ecologist’s guide to the animal model
AJ Wilson, D Reale, MN Clements, MM Morrissey, E Postma, CA Walling, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (1), 13-26, 2010
7062010
Selection on heritable phenotypic plasticity in a wild bird population
DH Nussey, E Postma, P Gienapp, ME Visser
Science 310 (5746), 304-306, 2005
6322005
Gene flow maintains a large genetic difference in clutch size at a small spatial scale
E Postma, AJ van Noordwijk
Nature 433 (7021), 65-68, 2005
2712005
Short‐and long‐term consequences of early developmental conditions: a case study on wild and domesticated zebra finches
B Tschirren, AN Rutstein, E Postma, M Mariette, SC Griffith
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (2), 387-395, 2009
1272009
Implications of the difference between true and predicted breeding values for the study of natural selection and micro‐evolution
E Postma
Journal of evolutionary biology 19 (2), 309-320, 2006
1272006
Why breeding time has not responded to selection for earlier breeding in a songbird population
P Gienapp, E Postma, ME Visser
Evolution 60 (11), 2381-2388, 2006
972006
Four decades of estimating heritabilities in wild vertebrate populations: improved methods, more data, better estimates
E Postma
Quantitative genetics in the wild 16, 33, 2014
932014
Inflated impact factors? The true impact of evolutionary papers in non-evolutionary journals
E Postma
PloS one 2 (10), e999, 2007
572007
Disentangling the effect of genes, the environment and chance on sex ratio variation in a wild bird population
E Postma, F Heinrich, U Koller, RJ Sardell, JM Reid, P Arcese, LF Keller
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1720), 2996-3002, 2011
492011
What ‘animal models’ can and cannot tell ornithologists about the genetics of wild populations
E Postma, A Charmantier
Journal of Ornithology 148 (2), 633-642, 2007
492007
Genetic variation for clutch size in natural populations of birds from a reaction norm perspective
E Postma, AJ van Noordwijk
Ecology 86 (9), 2344-2357, 2005
472005
Quantitative genetic divergence and standing genetic (co) variance in thermal reaction norms along latitude
D Berger, E Postma, WU Blanckenhorn, RJ Walters
Evolution 67 (8), 2385-2399, 2013
462013
When mothers make sons sexy: maternal effects contribute to the increased sexual attractiveness of extra-pair offspring
B Tschirren, E Postma, AN Rutstein, SC Griffith
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1731), 1233-1240, 2012
452012
A relationship between attractiveness and performance in professional cyclists
E Postma
Biology Letters 10 (2), 20130966, 2014
442014
Bigger is fitter? Quantitative genetic decomposition of selection reveals an adaptive evolutionary decline of body mass in a wild rodent population
T Bonnet, P Wandeler, G Camenisch, E Postma
PLoS biology 15 (1), e1002592, 2017
352017
Factors influencing double brooding in Eurasian Hoopoes Upupa epops
J Hoffmann, E Postma, M Schaub
Ibis 157 (1), 17-30, 2015
332015
Sex‐dependent selection differentially shapes genetic variation on and off the guppy Y chromosome
E Postma, N Spyrou, LA Rollins, RC Brooks
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 65 (8), 2145-2156, 2011
322011
The multivariate egg: quantifying within-and among-clutch correlations between maternally derived yolk immunoglobulins and yolk androgens using multivariate mixed models
E Postma, H Siitari, H Schwabl, H Richner, B Tschirren
Oecologia 174 (3), 631-638, 2014
292014
Inbred women in a small and isolated Swiss village have fewer children
E Postma, L Martini, P Martini
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (7), 1468-1474, 2010
292010
A microsatellite‐based linkage map for song sparrows (Melospiza melodia)
P Nietlisbach, G Camenisch, T Bucher, J Slate, LF Keller, E Postma
Molecular Ecology Resources 15 (6), 1486-1496, 2015
272015
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