Erik Postma
TitleCited byYear
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
6242010
Selection on heritable phenotypic plasticity in a wild bird population
DH Nussey, E Postma, P Gienapp, ME Visser
Science 310 (5746), 304-306, 2005
5992005
Gene flow maintains a large genetic difference in clutch size at a small spatial scale
E Postma, AJ van Noordwijk
Nature 433 (7021), 65, 2005
2592005
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
1222006
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
1192009
The glucosinolates sinigrin and progoitrin are important determinants for taste preference and bitterness of Brussels sprouts
HE Van Doorn, GC Van der Kruk, GJ van Holst, NCME Raaijmakers‐Ruijs, ...
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 78 (1), 30-38, 1998
1131998
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
892006
Somatic embryogenesis of Cyclamen persicum in liquid medium
M Kreuger, E Postma, Y Brouwer, GJ van Holst
Physiologia Plantarum 94 (4), 605-612, 1995
821995
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
812014
Inflated impact factors? The true impact of evolutionary papers in non-evolutionary journals
E Postma
PloS one 2 (10), e999, 2007
562007
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
452011
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
442005
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
432007
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
422013
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, 2011
412011
A relationship between attractiveness and performance in professional cyclists
E Postma
Biology letters 10 (2), 20130966, 2014
342014
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
302011
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
302010
Factors influencing double brooding in Eurasian Hoopoes Upupa epops
J Hoffmann, E Postma, M Schaub
Ibis 157 (1), 17-30, 2015
292015
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
262017
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