Timothée Bonnet
Timothée Bonnet
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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
A reassessment of explanations for discordant introgressions of mitochondrial and nuclear genomes
T Bonnet, R Leblois, F Rousset, PA Crochet
Evolution 71 (9), 2140-2158, 2017
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
How the common vole copes with modern farming: Insights from a capture–mark–recapture experiment
T Bonnet, L Crespin, A Pinot, L Bruneteau, V Bretagnolle, B Gauffre
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 177, 21-27, 2013
Successful by Chance? The Power of Mixed Models and Neutral Simulations for the Detection of Individual Fixed Heterogeneity in Fitness Components
T Bonnet, E Postma
The American Naturalist 187 (1), 60-74, 2016
Disentangling evolutionary, plastic and demographic processes underlying trait dynamics: A review of four frameworks
KJ van Benthem, M Bruijning, T Bonnet, E Jongejans, E Postma, A Ozgul
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (1), 75-85, 2016
Gene flow counteracts the effect of drift in a Swiss population of snow voles fluctuating in size
V García-Navas, T Bonnet, D Waldvogel, P Wandeler, G Camenisch, ...
Biological Conservation 191, 168-177, 2015
The role of fecundity and sexual selection in the evolution of size and sexual size dimorphism in New World and Old World voles (Rodentia: Arvicolinae)
V García‐Navas, T Bonnet, R Bonal, E Postma
Oikos 125 (9), 1251-1260, 2015
Fluctuating selection and its (elusive) evolutionary consequences in a wild rodent population
T Bonnet, E Postma
Journal of evolutionary biology 31 (4), 572-586, 2018
The role of selection and evolution in changing parturition date in a red deer population
T Bonnet, MB Morrissey, A Morris, S Morris, TH Clutton-Brock, ...
PLoS biology 17 (11), 2019
Analogues of the fundamental and secondary theorems of selection, assuming a log-normal distribution of expected fitness
MB Morrissey, T Bonnet
Journal of Heredity 110 (4), 396-402, 2019
Estimation of Genetic Variance in Fitness, and Inference of Adaptation, When Fitness Follows a Log-Normal Distribution
T Bonnet, MB Morrissey, LEB Kruuk
Journal of Heredity 110 (4), 383-395, 2019
Heritability, selection, and the response to selection in the presence of phenotypic measurement error: effects, cures, and the role of repeated measurements
E Ponzi, LF Keller, T Bonnet, S Muff
Evolution, 2018
Genetic species identification of a Collared Pied Flycatcher from Norway
T Bonnet, PK Slagsvold, GP Sætre
Journal of Ornithology 152 (4), 1069-1073, 2011
Consequences of natal philopatry for reproductive success and mate choice in an Alpine rodent
V García-Navas, T Bonnet, D Waldvogel, G Camenisch, E Postma
Behavioral Ecology 27 (4), 1158-1166, 2016
Limited mass‐independent individual variation in resting metabolic rate in a wild population of snow voles (Chionomys nivalis)
A Hagmayer, G Camenisch, C Canale, E Postma, T Bonnet
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2020
Ageing and senescence across reproductive traits and survival in superb fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus)
E Cooper, T Bonnet, H Osmond, A Cockburn, LEB Kruuk
EcoEvoRxiv, 2019
Évolution en action: les campagnols sont-ils en train de rétrécir?
T Bonnet, P Wandeler, G Camenisch, E Postma, S Dawson
http://www.sciencejournalforkids.org/, 2017
Evolution in action: Are voles shrinking?
T Bonnet, P Wandeler, G Camenisch, E Postma, S Dawson
http://www.sciencejournalforkids.org/, 2017
Winter–Not Spring-Climate Drives Annual Adult Survival in Common Passerines: A Country-Wide, Multi-Species Modeling Exercise
M Ghislain, T Bonnet, O Gimenez, O Dehorter, PY Henry
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Journal …, 2016
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