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    • Duration of the parasitic phase determines subsequent performance in juvenile freshwater pearl mussels (Margaritifera margaritifera) 

      Marwaha, Janhavi; Jensen, Knut Helge; Jakobsen, Per Johan; Geist, Jürgen (Wiley, 2017-03)
      Host–parasite systems have been useful in understanding coevolutionary patterns in sympatric species. Based on the exceptional interaction of the long‐lived and highly host‐specific freshwater pearl mussel (FPM; Margaritifera ...
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    • The emotion system promotes diversity and evolvability 

      Giske, Jarl; Eliassen, Sigrunn; Fiksen, Øyvind; Jakobsen, Per Johan; Aksnes, Dag Lorents; Mangel, Marc; Jørgensen, Christian (Royal Society Publishing, 2014-08-06)
      Studies on the relationship between the optimal phenotype and its environment have had limited focus on genotype-to-phenotype pathways and their evolutionary consequences. Here, we study how multi-layered trait architecture ...
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    • Enrichment promotes learning in fish 

      Strand, David A.; Utne-Palm, Anne Christine; Jakobsen, Per Johan; Braithwaite, Victoria A.; Jensen, Knut Helge; Salvanes, Anne Gro Vea (Inter-Research, 2010-08-18)
      Captive birds and mammals reared in enriched rearing environments have been shown to behave more flexibly compared to animals reared in impoverished or plain environments. Recent evidence has shown that this is also true ...
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    • Size Dependent Male Reproductive Tactic in the Two-Spotted Goby (Gobiusculus flavescens) 

      Utne-Palm, Anne Christine; Eduard, Kjartan; Jensen, Knut Helge; Mayer, Ian; Jakobsen, Per Johan (PLOS, 2015-12-07)
      Male investment in testes and sperm duct gland in the polygamous nest breeding two-spotted goby Gobiusculus flavescens (Fabricius) was investigated in relation to time in reproductive season and individual physical parameters. ...
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