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On the origin of species by natural and sexual selection
GS van Doorn, P Edelaar, FJ Weissing
Science 326 (5960), 1704-1707, 2009
3222009
Matching habitat choice causes directed gene flow: a neglected dimension in evolution and ecology
P Edelaar, AM Siepielski, J Clobert
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (10), 2462-2472, 2008
3022008
Non-random gene flow: an underappreciated force in evolution and ecology
P Edelaar, DI Bolnick
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (12), 659-665, 2012
2332012
Adaptive speciation theory: a conceptual review
FJ Weissing, P Edelaar, GS van Doorn
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 1-20, 2011
1172011
Explicit experimental evidence for the role of mate guarding in minimizing loss of paternity in the Seychelles warbler
J Komdeur, F Kraaijeveld-Smit, K Kraaijeveld, P Edelaar
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
801999
Comparisons between QST and FST—how wrong have we been?
PIM EDELAAR, P BURRACO, I GOMEZ‐MESTRE
Molecular Ecology 20, 4830-4839, 2011
792011
If FST does not measure neutral genetic differentiation, then comparing it with QST is misleading. Or is it?
PIM Edelaar, M Björklund
Molecular Ecology 20 (9), 1805-1812, 2011
772011
Carrying capacity models should not use fixed prey density thresholds: a plea for using more tools of behavioural ecology
JA Van Gils, P Edelaar, G Escudero, T Piersma
Oikos 104 (1), 197-204, 2004
722004
Male Seychelles warblers use territory budding to maximize lifetime fitness in a saturated environment
J Komdeur, P Edelaar
Behavioral Ecology 12 (6), 706-715, 2001
532001
Population differentiation and restricted gene flow in Spanish crossbills: not isolation‐by‐distance but isolation‐by‐ecology
P Edelaar, D Alonso, S Lagerveld, JC Senar, M Björklund
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25, 417-430, 2012
512012
Why is there variation in baseline glucocorticoid levels
NJ Dingemanse, P Edelaar, B Kempenaers
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25, 261-262, 2010
482010
Shared genetic diversity across the global invasive range of the monk parakeet suggests a common restricted geographic origin and the possibility of convergent selection
P Edelaar, S Roques, EA Hobson, A Gonçalves da Silva, ML Avery, ...
Molecular ecology 24 (9), 2164-2176, 2015
462015
Tonic immobility is a measure of boldness toward predators: an application of Bayesian structural equation modeling
P Edelaar, D Serrano, M Carrete, J Blas, J Potti, JL Tella
Behavioral Ecology 23, 619-626, 2012
462012
Potential prey make excellent ornithologists: adaptive, flexible responses towards avian predation threat by Arabian Babblers Turdoides squamiceps living at a …
P Edelaar, J Wright
Ibis 148 (4), 664-671, 2006
422006
Serum fluctuations of total and free tryptophan levels during the menstrual cycle are related to gonadotrophins and reflect brain serotonin utilization
N Carretti, P Florio, A Bertolin, CVL Costa, G Allegri, G Zilli
Human reproduction 20 (6), 1548-1553, 2005
422005
Hybridization due to changing species distributions: adding problems or solutions to conservation of biodiversity during global change?
AC Brennan, G Woodward, O Seehausen, V Muñoz-Fuentes, C Moritz, ...
Evolutionary Ecology Research 16 (6), 475-491, 2015
412015
Surfing in tortoises? Empirical signs of genetic structuring owing to range expansion
E Graciá, F Botella, JD Anadón, P Edelaar, DJ Harris, A Giménez
Biology letters 9 (3), 20121091, 2013
392013
A double test of the parasite manipulation hypothesis in a burrowing bivalve
P Edelaar, J Drent, P De Goeij
Oecologia 134 (1), 66-71, 2003
352003
Should I change or should I go? Phenotypic plasticity and matching habitat choice in the adaptation to environmental heterogeneity
P Edelaar, R Jovani, I Gomez-Mestre
The American Naturalist 190 (4), 506-520, 2017
332017
Behaviour‐related DRD4 polymorphisms in invasive bird populations
JC Mueller, P Edelaar, M Carrete, D Serrano, J Potti, J Blas, ...
Molecular Ecology 23 (11), 2876-2885, 2014
322014
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